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Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
June 9, 1904


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Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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“The town that was built on a railroad,” Chipley is the seat of Washington County, located inland in Florida’s Panhandle, just south of the Alabama state line. First known as Orange, this small West Florida community was founded in 1882 in anticipation of the arrival of a railroad that would connect the farming area with markets in Pensacola and Tallahassee and in neighboring Alabama and Georgia. Shortly after the line was completed, Orange was renamed Chipley in honor of William D. Chipley, vice-president of the Pensacola and Atlantic Railroad, a notable figure in the political and economic history of the area and an aggressive lobbyist for railroad land grants. The town’s first newspaper, the Intelligencer, edited by J.C. Langley, also began in 1882. The Intelligencer was renamed the Chipley Banner in 1893 and published under this name until 1943, when it merged with the Washington County News.
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Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
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.Vol.; XI. N Ciilpley, Washington County, Florida June 9, 1904. No.. si.ff .

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I' I promised my friends to give '

Y brief reasons for withdrawingfrom .( PLUCKS HER WARDROBE FROM

& the race for Representa the Trade. '

LobklHere-r! ; tive... In the first place,. I was ..
Once Park I* the Favorite Bull Dr.
# > one"of the victims of a triangular Fabrle of the Brmlcl-rlllsed Belle of

','" political deal that reduced! my the Went .D......- Llvlnar JewcU
-. That Ontihine the Diamond.
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vote considerably in own
I ,: my pre- '

... ,- ',:' ,.' cinct. On that account" many of( teal Down America'In the and tropicalJungles the West Indies of Cen the !' -UF IX'SH

-WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINK OF--r-, : friends in various parts of
i my bend of the family 1 1\ hot

\ the county requested me to with- milliners' and dressmakers' bills. The

1 ,; uggIcH> "''Vngo !C, draw. Mr. Bryan having almost scmlclvlllzcd belle of these lands knows' STOVESYOU
how to get nearly the whole of her costume
j .\ .. '. received a majority-pf the votes from the jungle She manufactures i j

'" I felt that it It herself from the materials she
': :E-In.rnc8Il!!iI i fI>7rilwtro, cast in the'county,
gathers from nature Though she may ..
> : T : was my duty as a' democrat to
.. be able In to
.. : rare cases get from the NEED -
to' the verdict of the people...
Pi:! ill ts. iL11drocgrict .. yield one shop ten or fifteen miles away a
.'. .. Since doing and seeing the few yards of cloth with which to make

that has developedin her dress, any trluimlng she may wish We have them. A Solid Car, Eleven
i;; .-WE GUARANTEE TO SUIT YOU IN GOODS AND PRICES.- dirty politics to I put upon \i( must be searched for In '
;' :. this second primary, I am glad the woods. Styles, at prices ranging from $7.50

tp. .ORLL.ON U6.. Ly .L : that I washed my hands I Lace bark is her favorite material for to $30.00. We also keep a few of

making anything light and dainty. those GOOD
',,': ., gratefully appreciate the sup-
? ,- This lace bark la the film which covers r

i We SOLICIT YOUR TRADE AND: PROailSE TO GIVE YOU port,of my loyal friends all over the heart 6f thelace: bark tree. The

\* the county, and-from my heart' I natives carefully remove It and soak

: : : thank them. In conclusion I It 'In} running water for three or 'fouro1t1's BUGOILS-
'' and Courteous fitter' ;;
JPrompt -
; 'I'.. :: .In order to get off the gum! and
; "* ** .. counsel harmony inour' party unnecessary fiber. After that it fa
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; "d': > and an earnest support to 'the bleached ou the sands by the river and
''i': .; B :: "' Respcctfullyt" twinkled now and then to whiten It. .
-....J'0' the only -means of AND\
>. :: .. ,. nominees as
.. '. 'r j When It has become n creamy whiteIt
j success. Is pressed with a hot h'on'or a heated

I ,!::: :. ,. :: '..gv !itt m >>DQ), S. M. ROBERTSON. find stone lacy; and appearance Is ready for and use.runs tt has Into a I

; '.' TRrtlMPHSOKMODEBN SURGERY. more artistic patterns than any manufactured WfVOQNSWe

J r- Wonderful thlags are done for the human article' When wade Into a
,' body: by sUrgery. "'rllano ale tnkon out trod l
i dress It !Is wonderfully beautiful.The .
.' "':'''''.. fora peal and polished and put buck, or they .
: r f J f I. may be removed o bones tire optiond Jungle girl uses! It sparingly on .
,; : r-ra .. __ pipes toko the ntlrely\\IIIM8ed Hecllons ol \her. ordinary clothes but for her ball would be very glad to show you'

9 .. ." vein: antlnoeptio lreBRiiiK KM applied 10 dress flounce after flounce is used to ,n
,. ". .t .- .. Around*, bruises. buro., cud llk Injuries give a Huffy look to the skirts. She through our Store, Of 6oursc'. we
.c.- ....' V; C. BRENT, Ww.- it. KNOWLES. W. K. HYER. JB., lifforo them! to Iflfluroatlon heal, without eels maturation la, and omi in es known" .ttuit It becomes her as nothing don't want to sell you ; we just

it.,."._ ". PSKSIDKNT. yiCS-rBE8U/KnV! OASH1BB one.third the time ;required by'| the 'old elso' would. '
..:; m 'T. W. BRENT, ASSISTANT CASUIKR. W. N.JLODERTS, ASSISTANT CASRrcB.The treatment Ouanilwrlalu' Tutu Bain .tots Her Jewelry consists of- beautifully r want you to see..
: on the sama principle. It i* an antUoentlo "
E Bank and when applied to such ..Injuries colored seeds strung together in the S ffT" Give us .a call
: National -
?:t First cause. them to hon! very quickly U ulso form of necklaces, bracelets and tiaras. ,
; allays the pain and soreness. Keep a lK f- In addition to. these on the night of "
.... tie of I ruin Valtn In your home and .1& will
;\' OF EN3KCOL,3t, KLK, lion the ball she catches the brilliant fire "
save you time and money not to men '
which such flies which swarm In. the jungle and
the inconvenience and suffering
; 7 : 1.. Transacts ai General Banking, Business. Injuries entail.. Pur sale by 8., K.!: Ala artistically arranges them in her dusky! I ,

,.:"" ,' Your Bu.lne.. Solicited G," Y&to locks. The Jungle( girl would not exchange Harper 8 Colernan
ntw ra her "peenle wallahs," ns she

.' "ii ',..,. ..DIRECTORS BURNING A WIDOW 'culls the fireflies, for the diamonds of

WM. H. KNOWLES, W. A. BLOCNT.. F. BRENT, the northern belle. CIIIPLEY"FLA...
.. .. W. K. HYEIl P. O. BRENT J. 8. LEONARD The Story of a \Vltiie. of Tilts CreelJndlan The Jungle/ girl's bats are a marvelto SI :
Custom. behold. She weaves them herself

I bad the opportunity of seeing a from tub Jlppl.Juppa grass,, and can get 1J .. .-.......... I
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t: li i'5 tS'TAYLOR young widow burn herself by the aide any shape' or style she fancies. She a er!, /- + s r d01RYr, I

of her:deceased husband. The funeral trims them with the Betty fiber of 'thecocoanu't

pile was about ten feet high, In the palm and tile gorgeous wings traveled! In South America Invariably

COMPLETE middle of the pile lay tier deceased bus- of the mountain parrakcct which Is bring them home to their wives and rorcstnlllnw Trouble
shot and brought bone by her father Sam Tate ut one time owned a bit .
SAVKILL band an old and miserable looking daughters for bath slippers. Those!
GHH.MING >''i' man, The devoted victim was'"-young/ and brother. Even her) parasol and who are lucky enough to have n pair cotton r iDtatlon on the Mlgslsxlppl,

.h bS. N,. creature about seventeen; drcswed In umbrella are supplied by kindly nature. would not exchange them for any other river. Once Tate culled on the KOVcrnor ( _
t OUTFITS0B1ST r When the sun Is too hot or the rain of Arkansas: and said "OovPI'uor.
Y vl Kcvlyffifc white with all her Jewels on. There slippers, however costly. No 'otherfootgear ,
; ,.. was' a contused noise .of Hinging and too heavy a big plaintali -or banana equals the "ulpngntta" for If ;you're not too busy this uiorulug I'd
( E: t1i Mid leaf does well !In
as as anything bought> like to have a purdou."
r. ) shouting! Intermixed with the juniiicl of ?Comfort and durability.-Washington
the largest stores of an American city "
.. + ',{ocher[: WorJ; tomtoms 'unO at Intervals the hollow Star. "Who for?
A Creole belle Is as fond of perfumeas "For. O1Yl1lelf.11. ." "
and sonoroua sound of and trum
WILLS the daintiest American woman andis POINT ".\ for "
yourself! And what for?
The priests And her friends crowd .
pets. PITH AND .
"- HachinaSiicps Juet .s particular that It shall be of "
"Killing a nigger.
ed round her, nil speaking to tier ut : : {
MILL ;' : andFoundry once apparently to distract bar Attention the best kind. She goes to much more I 'In order to be popular forget to' say "When did you kill him?"
trouble to It but then she "
procure ,
1 haven't killed him
: and to prevent her shrinking at the a good deal.Wisdom I. :
;. SUPPLIES last moment from sacrificing herself. knows that it Is always pure and fresh: I'd get n pardon In advunre, so therewouldn't
conceded rich
Is always to a
She first her fresh flowers and
picks !, b., trouble about it."
: U0en VSlru Frnc*, JHr Proof!:O" II.I1. Spray Pump*.Moaimrt,Kakft, ;Sfparatort There was a small tank of. water then, by some process banded down man until be loses his riches. any ,

fV --N. ,- lit? wn,: Nike II (o Your lutertst to ri tira rush Us. close! to tbe funeral pile. They led her from one generation to another, abe distills Do riot emphasize your own virtuesby Publicity !!.. It. DliBdvnntaareii. ,
:: to tbls. I was very near "her when IRIIV enlarging on the fallings of others.A .
ber take the Jewel from itThe "You weather prophets make u great! I
MALLARY BROS. MACHINERY quietly secret method Is often known to nafe-wny to judge a man Is to ascertain innny mistakes" sold tile man who ,
her ears tier nose unclasp'! her Road what friends be doesn'tmake .
few families and would not Just
only they
".-.,._....... MACON,- CA. bracelets! as well as tbe bnnfiles 'from a sneers.
and she bad give It away for any sum of money. "Yes. answered the observer, "and It
her ankles ornament
every The lucky holders of the,secret are of A genius Is a man who refuses to bo- other people had nil their mistakes!
which received her rela
were by
First National Bank on.tions. cours! 'envied by all who know them. !Here la the Impossibilities of other : published In tbe dally papers ns we da

She then stepped'Info tbe water divested Although others may receive presents people. 1|, 1 suspect that our record would seem
rk .ue iO-*-*r of the much valued scent from those In Time claims to wisdom of owls and a pretty good.; -Washington Star. h
herself of her clothes of I
<;>t'l\I"nrin.nun: ]?Iii. pure the secret, they cannot make It them multitude of men rest upon their looks!, '
white and replaced selves and therefore cannot afford to be and nothingmore.To Too of 111. Strung Point.
,, ...... e.m.nt ..... a ;yellow color She. then performed I
; 1 Cond. ""t. at Clo of Bu e pt. 0lh 19O3.EESOOUCETS. as lavish with it as they wish him take
; : ber nblutlous. out of the water get rid of a bore ask to repeat The Young \inn-I! don't any
.., ; I I LIABILITIES, i came The tropical girl's soap is procuredon his and favorite r
: ; -;- unassisted walked times longest story credit to myself for being able to spell( F
'1- ; Bills Receivable and BondsuJ7,5() Capital Stock ... ...,'.. .. ., ...! 50,000.00 and three the way to the bath As she walks twice. Even he cannot stand that. I hotter (him other people can. Spelling: .

...J' ', "' U.,S. Itondsand. Premiums!.".. 13,500.00 surplu.Fnnd.. ".. ... .... .... 2.SOO.COUndivided !' ) round tbe pile followed by tbe priests down to the flyer to bathe she stops Only a smart man can conceal from .I !.ft n gift.MIHS! l

..:",1' .' FdrntaroamdFlxturee.! .. .. .. 22f.38 ProUts... ...... ..... 2,083.02! and her friends who nt thIs period) appeared here and there to gather soap berries' a woman the\ fact that he Isn't as ", Pnnppettfh You acquired your

"'I f; ,"", 'Caali and Due from liankn.. ... 133,719.70' Circulation.... .. .... ........... .. 13,000.00Deposit to be more "urgent and Iliad in and cut a piece of stick called "chew- smart as he would wish. her to think DI.xJostjvI presume, by dlllgcut appllcatln. -

:t. ; \\1 "''Kedempiton Fund .... .. .. .. .. .. U2S.OO *. ... .. ... ..... .. ... 179,730.43! their discourse to her to' distract ber stick wl-"h she uses as n toothbrush. Is.One. .-Chicago Tribune.' '
., -- attention. She then, unassisted! mounted .he
.I'r; end of It until It boconies -
She- the-
l'z... 189,891.77 9180,801.77 tbe pile laid herself down by tbe side chews soft and froth gathers at of the curious! things about n Ireooclou"Oh. .. t
quite ,
.,,:r. -It Ttile; Bank' Bueln" *** "..bru.ry'6th, tboa.tSTBf ., Of her husband and par hIs bead under the end. She then rubs her teeth well man who wants to borrow money from yen. we were! u very young con

?at 1'I ., 1.\ : written reoment, loterest will bo Paid on Time Deposits. her arm. turning herself) toward bhri. with It 'Ails\ Is the best toothbrush on you today U his eager. determination! pIe-me" children. fact. 1 was buta

rt w1v11LTOn, CashierJT Then they sprinkled large quantities earth as It not only prevents tuna teeth to repay It tomol'row.TlIf'I'e simpering. schoolgirl In short skirts! '
;t? :: The are three stages, In tbe existence .
of oil and straw on tbe-.plle. fAtal from; decaying but keeps! them beautifully and George was just a boy III'jaekctarenmt'mher .
-. --- -- and amid of the man when he la of
fire waa then applied\ :white and clean. People In other average: I how pleased he was whenhe
1'1. Ploeomfort. SmArt ..T...... loud shouts nnd- while the tire readied countries, knowing the value of this particular Interest to his community east hid fist vote" '

tt: Van Antler (entertaining Wltherby at Lord Palmerston's reply 'to the. Illiterate bet T distinctly lieurd ber utter' the chewstlck above all others as a dentifrice viz. at Ills birth 'marriage and funeral.* "But, he dldu't! vote until he was

Ills country home-r-Nowp old man if member who asked him "Ara words ":':Ir'l"ol Nlrval have it powdered) and exported to Success.. twenty-one?"

., you should happen to want anything there two bens In 'Onlton is a specimen I I was very 'near ber daring tbe different them. Another Oot. "George was very precocious. lIe ,

in the"nIght Just toucb this bell. of his rather boisterous .chad: :; parts of the ceremony and could In parts of South America the voted intirh earlier than they usually

ryWltherbyNevert I know.ho'1i"1rd! "Xo; only one.' 'That'" why beggs are : bare saved bar fifw'fcy'merely touching: o'atlves many! cannot buy cloth to make their la one of Glasgow's finely laid out do."-Cleveland IMaln Dealer.
;. It la to keep ,servants In the coMitry. so scarce tbere." her as she would then have been-de- !lttheui- cemeteries a rich citizen who was no-
clothes so, they hnve to spin
'Catch me"touch Ing that bent Mr. DlnraeU'B comment upon a per'trait filed and would not bare been permit river torlobs as! n skeptic had erected a Motherhood to Date."Think .
selves out of cocoa nut fiber t'p
Van Antler-But. 1 assure yoti. you nt himself! ,"la Jt not hideous-and ted 40 hare the honor of sacrificing herself weeds and bamboo fiber. The cloth massive" mausoleum on what he terms of n woinnn with her ..0cl4lrlflpollslbllltlt' '
safe. The bell doesn't -liker' exhibited discernment not >ancestral plot" One day be met aworthy
are perfectly so : n !
from the bamboo fiber Is very having a t'lIl1dl""DIs !
worlu-Llfe.: / enmipon with 'l1n1111 tterecJ sliters. Hat la laving her life I stood the woven elder: of the kirk coming away rllcerul! But
loft and sllky. they say she I U
"Twenty Years In rarllaxnent," chance.of beIng tom to pieces and .,,1 South trom the vicinity of the imposing tccss fond of U." ?
.West'Indlnns the
Unlike the "
of to' ho said to him ''feel.
... TVfclcbf certainly should have been brought ton masonry
American belle wears shoes of a kind.rheas "That's the strange part. She la al. ;
,,Lucille-TVere 'you not embJirrassed The Social fid. court martial for disobedience' .of orders Dauvlt. ye've been up secln that graD'ercctloll. most "
are made. of a coarse woven material like a mother to It. Town Top-
'when young Dr. ones asked yon for Uri TVftldo-C cIl-H<. has a.< barrel: of ., for the English fn, those days Is attached o' mine 7" ics.
I' like sallelotb.which: "Deed, Lily I. lr.'r ,
r.. pone band _- money. were strictly: forbidden to meddle with

.'. EtbeF Dear me, yeast! ,1 hardly knew F.dltbVnldGCedl! ,Cut to >, all the customs and prejudices or...the nil,, to soles.of rawhide. They are the and rtost are "Gey strong: plnc'e that, isn't It? It '11taU.Va Writing and't .
comfortable shoes Imaginable '
whether he wanted to take me'or mypulsesPuck. rl@t'lodlry: ? tires.Georg Eber "Memoirs." man a'-bla time tae raise out 0' '
need i the soldiers'of South Americawhen you feel In awe'ofllternry
by tile o'
yon nt dap judgment. t
: r ?fr. Wnido-CecH--Ob. bit baen'tthe ''
-"y ', onr the march.They are culled "Hoot ma non" said David, "ye.cnn women?
least idra Itt I'uclf.
Wr.tJ i'and a loft An.:T...-..". --, got "The. trouble.1mlnit ain't the with Ulnine the, fsl'nl"said "alpaguttas: t ,;.and Americans! who..haveSt'lCD.KY rle yeraelf little gash aboof rlsln' gin I>orl\-No.'Ilidet"d. My literary cousin

.She-DoVt you believe tint ".-s oft A. v..... the old -If the farm dtdn't that day comes. They'll tak. the bottom says It taken more sense' todress well ti
than It doe to write book. Detroit
'.Answer tnmetb away wratbT' How 'inncb do you expect to spend bare-1o do)nytblng hut support Itself.It : 1113 DOCTOK."A oot of o't tae let ye fu' doon."- Free {' a M

:IJe!'-Oh, yes. Oftener. however wratn for your wife's birthday present?* could. be made to but It don't footer here tin* .- vd me for "'! M Spare Moments. ? 1'CSIi.A.
pay .. .. '
wblcb .
1 rl imoJ wee excrs lv for a etw>t Even! Dr lc."Bto's
lunch llAalL"-
soft I
frightens away a answer.rKansasCity > "About Lilt as .1
seem lobe able to : the burden of '
carry cholorn morbu, B VVhl.o, of Unit'ehellrt. .
114)11 III Good Behavior."Did a girl after bis own, heart
Journal. Judge. us' llrlo' on it, sir I reckon we're to C I. At the trlul he inilHrd, his he 1
valet bny- n good reference Buys.
j your ! klll sad mrdtotne. I n.knd himIf
btaC> -Chicago I Pest .
t'4'A Five Voice., i SrT.iit.. Ir. wan not ChAinlwrlHln's: folio, Cbnlvr from his last place "Yea. and he' a'man after her mon
Bmlttt-Tonr! wife has n fine votco.'d and Dlnrrhoen tlt-meilr, he lined HA. I hot "Vex.. Tllf'judge\gava blot two month ti
First JlouWJg-lfc-Someday,* T undo Roma people wnnt 'p,1ve them j00t'1 reaon. to l.ellwe'il wu*. / nd ho would "But It's ;
1 off for rood behavior\ there. -Jud>n> you know whispered on' the 1
.. .r.mcYes: .cue of the l be t In".thf about everytK jfc.the servant does. ey'ryhlmg'for( iiotbtnjj. Including not sax un.1"r onto It wn not *o ilnufrcoulrt quiet she '' !i
world. Otherwise It 'would; bne'be. Second IIou : :1lo-drncJousf') Qsw yourlife UIMt a better remedy loan this In .a How mAn)' friends hnvP you to whom that hasn't anjMiionry. ;
your liberty Jour labor nud your "Welt, it's notorious that be
WbI'O out several years ago.IPH : csse ofcholpra tnnrtmn. n* It never lull. yon cnn truthfully sayr"Yom never of-, a fast
-S; : do dare T -Detroit Free Press. "
i 55i you.. .' pursuit of bupplocsa.-Schoolmaster. -"old by 8 'McUeacby & Co. tended, met"-.:Atcbluon Globe hasu't any heart."-:Houston I'oaU 111r

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I For the purpose arriving ata
Kin-C'hou At the Rate of 50 miles a Year the Boll !
of by
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. The capture Weevil Will Travel from Texas. correct estimate of the cotton WE ARE AFTER j1YOUR |

the Japanese gave the Russiansan I acreage "planted this year, La-. I

Subscription $1.00 per;rear.In advance. entirely new idea of the fzt:ht- Washington, May 31.-Some tham, Alexander & Co. sent ouc TR2 DE.-

ing qualities of their opponents. significant official predictions regarding 4,100 letters of inquiry to correspondents -

Euterad at the pontolBco at Chtpley.Fla., Meouad Before the war began the Rus-, f living in all sections, of And guarantee yon will make no X'

clast malt natter =- ,- sians did not have a high opinionof boll weevil theravages are-mad of in the a report cotton,1,1soonto ; the cotton belt. 'Nearly 3iOO of .) mistake to buying from us If It Is $:( .. ':" ",
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W.;w. JONES. Editor. the Japanese as that soldiers. They had! : be issued by the _Depart-,I these letters were answered, and tJp-to-! )ate ISt\ tyli lq\ ood You vV I\t\ E/: ltt:" "
knew of course they
the reolies indicate anarea of ,'""

AArBTtklno-*furnished on application. courage, but.. they did not believe -I by.ment W.of D.Agriculture Hunter, whohascharge and' written 31,248,530 acres-2.341,530 in excess AT_ REASONABLE PRICES. .:,.';y.\:::\' "'

they possessed the, qualities ; \,,
of the entomological part of the of last year's acreage. Last \Va carry. full llnti of Pry Goods. Dress June 9th. 1904I which make great armies. year's acreage was the largestever y
boll weevil investigation, in
I .. I Pood*. Clothlng''t.'hoi'd. llatg. tlrocerlef, '
:; _. _- ._. Their first surprise came oq the which half a hundred experts planted, and the increasefor
The agony is over''at last. And sea at Port Arthur: Their fleetat are now engaged. this year is unusually large, Etc.. and 110 merchant- town can beat -" '

we are thagkful. .for.that. that place was crippled, in fact Mr. Hunter says that conserv- but not larger than should )have our orlr! .. -' l
almost ruined, without a general
been expected. from the high ..
Politics are off hand for awhile ative authorities agree that unless -
battle. prices that, have prevailed this -
contingencies at present unexpected -
now,"and we can turn our atten- '
They got their second surprise )year. The acreage ,predictedfor We always have a full line of
I occur, the pest soon
tion to the Washington county
at the Yalu river, when the
the present year is more than
will in the
fair.If. cause an ncrease I '
.. Japanese crossed that stream in price of cotton throughout the twice as large as!! any ever planted -c STAR
the face of a strong force of the ,r
think Washington coun- before 1881.
world. By living within' the Al AlSIIQLS
ty 19 not a good place to live, j just enemy. The Russians realized fruit of the plant the weevil is Of course this indicates a very I BRAND

come and try it. You will find then that they had underratedthe well protected from any poisons large crop. The ]largest yield

out your mistake. Japanese, and that they had per acre in eighteen years -was I
that might be applied; it occupies
to do with an antagonist that ,
232 pounds. A yield equal to
A man who was caughtby t but fourteen days for develop "
would not be easily beaten, if
from to adult and the I this wouH mean a croppf know they are the best'r. ,
the father, of the girl he was ment egg and you .I "
beaten at I 645 bales. The smallest 15.000'1 \ ,
of a single pair in a sea : ,
kissing has reached the conclu- progeny ,
The opinion the Russians (I during this period In thn DRESS!:!!! GOODS and CLOTHING LIKE we have omo w ICO "
sion that the scientists are cor- son may reach 134,000,000 individuals TREMENDOUS BARGAINS. '
formed at the Yalu river was pounds acre. ,At this rate' : 3XT
when that ; it adapts itself to climat1 I per :
rect they kissingis : :
unhealthy.The '. confirmed Kin-Chou. Ttiat !ic conditions and is remarkably the present acreage would yield : T iC: SEE ., ::,
place was strongly fortified and : I
.. 10,480,883 bales. The average
free from parasites and diseases,
price of board at theWorld's defended. It was thought the because 'all combining to make efforts at' yield for eighteen years has been : Ti 15 Wells & Bro "'A'

Japanese could not take it, ;
Fair is not worrying the control difficult. 195 pounds 'per acre. At this 5w

average country editor. It's the they did not have the nec- rate theyield for 1904-5 wouldbe _00C* ) {*x : "..' :'
price of board at home 'and the essary guns. ,They did take it, The report estimates that the 14,675,866 bales. In each .. '...... .."",

non paying subscriber that however, and, that too, without of the weevil practioally case the bale is considered as of 9aS99SS SS9S9SSS9 SS9S9
causeth his troubles. heavy guns. The impression presence ] 483'pounds' the average weight DEKLE & CO. Bankers JI
of land
,. gained from the account is that I ly bles the area re- ,
of last ,
An exchange remarks that if quhed: to produce a bale of cotton year < ,. ; ,
the clergymen of the various denominations -' they rushed it. It is safe to _say and that the weevil caused Before ,the boll weevil gets in GHIPbEY! JFLf\. t

Russians no longer regard the Texas loss of his work this year the outlook This bank offer Us services for the transaction of all branches of legitimate t
keep on agreeingnot the Japanese soldiers with con banking. Collections receive prompt and careful attention, and all remittedfor '
to marry divorced persons, ; about $15,000,000 in 1903. will indicate a record-breaking& on day of payment, at current. rate of exchange.M ( ..:,...,,'.::
tempt. .. '
crop. It is probable, however, !:-- solicit your baalne.- :- .
the Assuming $500,000,000 as the ; '
the justice's of peace'will Kin-Chou is'the key to Port \J
that the Texas will sustain '
value of the normal cotton crop ;
be buying automobiles and livingin crop '
Arthur. It gives the Japaneseaccess v'J,
brownstone fronts. of the country, Mr. Hunter says greater'damage from this pest .ui- = : ,

I ',' to Dalny. They will the probable ultimate damage, I this season than last, for all who 1 .1- '"

A C'licago? scientist claims that quickly clear the'harbor at that when the pest has become spread are supposed to know T ,f
he discovered': a method of place of mines planted by the over the entire belt would ap- predict its spread. As r. i L.OST IA I- '

,. '- living on air alone. All we haveto Russians, and then they will proximate $250,000,000 annually the Texas acreage is about one-

do is to learn to breathe prop- land the guns there to be used in providing nothing were done to, third of the whole, it is evident VICTIM TO dI: l

erly. Nature will 'do the rest. the attack upon Port Arthur; also check it. .Planters, however, that an increase in .the ravagesof 1 :

But as soon as we accustom our- the men and supplies. Dalnyis the boll weevil will make a decided -
adopting in methods .
are changes .
selves to the new diet the trusts but a short distance from PoH that tend to avoid so much dam- 'impression on the crop.. One of those ,:;:;: .

will get a corner.. on air. Arthur. But if prices decline, as they

r It is said that Gen Kuropatkinis age.The report"oredicts, that the' probably will in the face of a HEAVY DRAFT '::J ,

Bananas dried contain their surprised' by the'successes of weevil eventually will be distributed probable crop of 12,500,000 bales ( .. .;"" "','
full flavor and nutrition, and the Japanese. He has reasonsto all over the cotton belt, ad- and a probable crop of 15.000,000 ;.c'."J .'

weigh but one-ninth as much 'as be. vancing into new territoryat the bales, the consumption of cotton Machines' .,'. 7 ',., J'i"

in the bunch. It is proposed to ... ... rate of approximately 500 milesa will enormously increase. .The '\,'''>'' '

evaporate them on a large scale Best information is to the effect decade, and it probably always world will need 12,000ooo balesof > 1

in the countries of their origin that the garrison of Port will be as as destructive it.has been in in a Texas seriesof and Southern will be willing cotton to next pay year more ,t tr
and so save cost in transportation Arthur consists of about 36,000( since 1894. than ten cents and if necessary -

cold storage and loss by de men, including the sailors of the 12 cents a pound for it. .',.." _.-",,jVDEN'
Rus Sian fleet in the harbor and p4 \ YOU CAN GET i &:::
Dried bananas valuable .
cay. are The report suggests that the DLUVKN: TO RK&PEUAT10X.: : ,

,as a substitute for flour, and the soldiers, who have ,fallen back probability of its being carriedto tlvlnir ot nn out ol the wny place, r'-mntn ;:;tr \
from cIvlllzHtlon a futility U OfLl.'Idriven Light i Draft i Deering ;
unquestionably the banana con- from Kin Chou. ; They have a West Africa or elsewhere to desperation In casIJ, <>f aeuklent. resulting I .. ,
tains nutriment than number of, modern, high-power abroad is not At all remote. \ In horn). 1101"'ound8., I'K-er\ ,. eto. ....\..,; I,
more any I..., in n 'nupiily' of nueh Ien'a Arnioi salve. '\\Ct. f
and ali ab t AND _
other fruit. guns : __ _u__ } .: ....... : _.,.,,.. BALL u-/ ... y. .
soaked shipped in bulk Brut ",
or even : K <0 < i ''i
nit iii rhad? m&fr\ r 't'
on. They 1 : ample \ .
there is nothing to the :i '
prevent ; : :
Some of the members of the 'next 8 : !'
time in which Roller ...
Florida legislature can serve the business to prepare for an weevils from being carried long SOME ORGAN. ,.r"..:,', -J
-., interests of the state and at the attack, hence the job ahead of the distances shipboard,. as theyare (j \ .

a same time offer protection tq the Indus- Japanese in taking the place i il!: a able to adapt,themselves suc- The immense organ whichwas ?4 Bearing .... ,:.,,.., .;
trious among our citizens by securing: __ .> :; .. 'l
r the passage of a bill providing for the difficult one. The figlfting at cessfully to climatic condition recently installed at the St. (. "'.x. '=-- : ',' '
It is pointed out, however, that ::':- pry / l. ., ;
examination of private and state Port Arthur before it falls will Exposition in Convention P4iM1tCHINJ 1 : "J ,
Loin :I-
banks. It appears that it was the Insolvent the danger could be avoided by' tI> .) "t"
condition of the private bankat probably be the bloodiest incident fumigation or by leaving the seed Hall, besides being the largest FROM YOUR UUMltLE FIRM : :>-> '; r
Macon Ga., that caused the whole :
of the war.Advertise sacked in store isolated in the world, embodiesone
organ )
least financial attempt protect The depositors law should at in from new cotton for a year pre- of the. greatest musical instruments .Everitt and Home ';" : ,{il''"';;?1

private banks as well as those who in the BANNER. vious to shipment. constructed. Its ,, I
ever >-, .
trust their funds In other banks. We r ; .
,t"",: :
believe they have a law in Georgianow total weight is 25oooo poundsand [ 'CHIPLEYs' LORIDt: ..
for the examination of state banks a> t0'1it9MI The (# '.', '<,
cost $67ooo. pipes .
but not even that much In }<'Iorlda.Pen. .- (. ; \:,","
,, News. range in sine all the way from -

Yes, by all means let us have thirty-seven feet six inches to
balloon in the but
I( THE BALLOON IN WAR. only city .
tI "1e' n'law) compelling the examinationof Can SaveYou three-quarters ,of an inch in known that number of them tare

private as well as state banks, length, numbering Ioo59) in all The Japanese have given out in the Jap stores ready for ,

by a sworn state officer, every The organ contains 14o musical the interesting information that further trials. ..:;,''';; N

,'!- three months. What protection stops and ,ninety-nine mechanical rn
balloons may soon be used in the The Japanese are eager '
:;:'i'tut have-the people as it is now? M one 'st6ps. It has 1,115 miles of the Russians for- for kind of experimentthat
'.'''T.t y, plan to destroy >;; any
"f'";, '1',' forms of wire'and has five bellows whichare tifications and ammunitionstores.The has the character of modern .+ '...
how many : government -
carried operated by a 2o-horse power idea i is to send the air ships war usage about )t. No dangeris
the are authority on of by the United under I Know It, and electric motor.. The organ real- 'over'the beleaguered garrison and too great nor undertakings too

ly combines six organs; respect- : the- to arduous to deter them. Ifwould {
from basket cars drop explosives -
States? A has
contemporary Want You to Know It !
ively the swell or- '
great organ below. man in the and
looked into the matter and finds on the town seem every army

that in "the United States gan, choir organ, solo organ, i It is exactly what might be expected navy is a,Ilobson, more than willing

proper Just how much I can save yo}i depends on-what you echo organ and pedal organ. It from the resourceful.Jap., Jap. to sacrifice his life for his ,

and their possessions" there are want in my line. '1 sell most anything you want in is said that unless an organist',I The suggestion of course is nota country if the common enemy is '
forms of
government, as the of -- t I -
follows: way takes a special course of instruction -I new any means, but i it) likely to be crippled or in any

with it he will find himself demonstrated retarded by the sacrifice. .
/:1, Constitutional, state and has not been way .
territorial. DRY GOODS NOTIONS, helpless before th.e monster. [ as :yet that the balloonas And the attack with balloons: :fits

2. Special conditions for SHOBS Hf=VTS, The Charleston News and a war factor is powerful.' The exactly their: idea of advanced

Alaska Japanese have the nerve and the !Warfare as well as their determination -
OROOB.RIES. Courier, argues that the greatest
FEED. STUFFS.' courage to make'the attempt andit to take advantage of every
; 3. Special conditions for In- .ganger to thftvcSuntrv is not thatooseveltwiil4ie'elected
.. dian Territory. in November may be said be is the man to opportunity to-face danger 'and
The time to investigate a good thing is when the is death in the
make (it effective if there any crippling enemy.
14. A commission for the Phil- but that lie will so,
/,? proposition is made you. Prospective buyers will ;, '
of effectiveness in. the We-may expect some highly
ippines.. do well to consult us before making purchases. ,.strengthen mmself! during his'element I I

S I, Sr An'experiment in Porto four years in office that he will experiment. interesting news.from. Port Arthur -
if the begin to attack
Rico. himself He Already it seems the balloon
continue in power. from the clouds well
'6. Naval In J. J. WI I.AMSo has-been tried, by the Japs, but as as by '
officers charge of thinks that if he can compel the land and sea.THATTBItUVBtsa. t -

Guam. ,. party to elect him once he" can so far no damage has. been ..

7. Temporary government in P. S.-'Don't forget that I sell the 'famous "STAR5- repeat the operation as'.he will wrought. The HEADACHE

Tutuila, Samoa and other Pacific STAR", Shoes for men, women and children. make his machine stronger with 'state that the Russians have captured King's Would Nw quickly: L'fe' 1'11'B.leave )'o".lfoo Tbou..."" .need of '.Dr.uU
the balloon and have it now f.rerCbeveprnved Abets matchless merit'
each term. There is somethingin for Nick and Nervous tlesilacbes. TIMor
within the fortifications of Port IOlIke pure Mood nn \ yF 8. The territory of Hawaii. this argument for"democrats up
l .
!toHoney buck If cured Sold
,- .1 Only ; tint
9. The Panama. aA/aArt/N to think of.. ":!: -' Arthur.. This'. is said to be .the 'br Uw McUeacfcy! Jk Loot drungUi' : .

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(; MODERN UTOPIAS. .I, Dnn;er Cvlcii of, Bird*. 'r''I i" n ri
,>> THE -BANNER. ; The approncb'bf. dUnI I' t is: expressed> ,

1 frarop.aa Countries In" Which Imipcrlcnt by ''n universally Intelligible cry.'"The 1 ,

Church Ulrectorr._. -- !. Unlcnowu. \ blue tit has n peculiar sound "tea," $o F'OLEY'S'' ",r" r

I Denmark claims that there Is n\.it-'a Indicative of fear and terror that when
M. E. Church,
and 3rd Hundajr ut ll a. m. aud 1:1: p. m. I Ingle! person In her dojnulii who cannot beard! the wood Is silent lil\ do instant! ... ." ". \

C*' N. Wlnsleu. Pastur. rend and write.: On the northeasti It Is amid that she often utters It from' u
Sabbath: Hoboul 10 a. ra: E. 1. Miller, I i pure love of uilstblofi, ,
BuperlnW ndeht roust of New Qulnun tho l Island: of j jKutnba
"E\ bli-d." 'Becbsteln.'! "1.108rect'IT'lod .
Prayer Mnttttnir! Thursday nights : ; surraundal by n wall pf coml; '. -pry says "
,; YounlIhn'l/ pi-nyor! mooUurf Tuesday JOO root high oh one side und ftom loin nature'the\! "powr of uttering
} nlghU. KvervUxly 1 cordially Invited. a song or 60 to 100 feet on the other, maintains
r -- can communicate Its desires to other KIDNEY
l{,>\, Baptist Church-Preaching every :2nd! thirteen Villages of nwtlves, to whom birds. Tile chaQncb's: call: viu'les..wltbIt CURE'
and 4tb Sunday. H. B. Honors, plL .War crime und poverty have(>ell' nil- '
Sabbath $School) p, m J. V. frurfesteoupertoteneent. mown since the beginning of their ? feelings.Ybcn' on the witiiS It -'la ,
?i 4 'Eyuk! Ej-nlt! Its expression: of joyIs
traditions. Tlie most peaceful'nud comfortnble I
Braver: Meeting Wednesday nights.,
'Kink! 1'.lnk1'| If, angry: ,It makes
comtuuliity In Kuroi; Is .the'

PootoflBca Directory. couuutine, of the Canton Vund In Swlt- |' the Trlef! slime! Is call a IIlgl1'more ot quickly tenderness and or'Trlef melt Guaranteed for All! Kidnoy and Bladder Troubles. Is Safe and SureFOLEV'S .

Office hours 7)0:) a. m. to 715: p. m.; except zerlawl. Nearly every one l 18 wen ort ancholy.! Tberaven calls out 'GrnabI "
Hun lav, and there are nal'paupers. l Finland a ,
flam-bound mull closes at 10:30: a.m t't'lltnVllolM.. _Qraab: *sloM'ly or, rapidly, as Us emotions
West-bound wall elosas ut 6:30 p.m. Inhabitants! are remarli- chaugo."
Mall from Vernon arrive at 10 a. m.'. able for their Inviolate lute rlty. There i KIDNEY CURE .. -

and leaves at IS nn., dully, except Sundays: are uo" banks and no safe: deposits, for I I ,
lb. World.When '
Mail from Illll TheVm1r of .
Orange BayheadandSt: ; Is cS8.I'nthI.'ou
8l1cl111eCUI'lty may:
Andrew, arrives at 6 p.m., and leaves at : '.rha(lceroy., wna In tills country cures the most obstinate cases of '
a.m. dally, excnpt .Sunday; .. leave your luggage anywhere} for tiny he called on General Scott full of ad-
Sunday hours; 1:00.: ... m. to 11:30 o..' m.., length of time and be qnlto SlIrll" of 'tniratlon fur hid remarkable campaign; kidney and bladder diseases. ..

and Money from Orders 5:30 p.m.Issued to 7:15 at all p.m.hours wben and fiinlliig your it purse untouched full: of on lUonr1-your'wotld return be .In Mexico and eager .to hear the war. It supplies the kidneys with the FO I LEY'SFOLEY

office Is open except Sundays.J rior..explain; : .bow battles wera fongbt/ t
;. S. ALUEY..P. M. Just xkevvre under uhhlKIr cirrumstances. and (Holds were won. ""Well now you substances they 'need to build up J
Tbe Finns their jiioiu-y
: know all about It," remarked a friend< '
Oar Clubbing Lint. amt valuables t lii holes lu tIe ground the worn out tissues.
; is- the novelist .return4 from a two ,
D'.unncB and Spml-weokly Atlanta and afar; them' wUh'l1 big loaf. Such'. ..tete-a-tete with tIle soldier. It will cure Bright Disease and (
Is Jincredly respected !>yT' all ( '
Journal 11.75.BAWNEB treasure ; / e
per year "Not all with
p't replied Thackeray a
: and Thrice -week Now York who pass It, but lu the rare event of twinkle; In' 618'pJ'e.. "Tbe general takes Diabetes if taken in time, and a I

., ''> World ItANNKK, per and year Semi-weekly'1.65. Tlmo -t'n.I' tl tam durliiK wishing bla; !!to nbscnre.lie borrow: : of his Will neighbor take' no Intenost'' In strategy.) I fount< that slight: disorder yields readily to the Cures Used 0 "

on and Citizen, per year tl.tO. only'' the smallest! sutn he requires and literature\ was his torte" wonderful curative of this 'r'
1f( n"'XlllltB and Rome and Farm, per roar : In the bole'! felling of h Acute by the ,
I'{Ff t I1.2A place 'incssuge I I J No Discomfort.Van great medicine.
his Urgent'.nccd: laid} < promIsing to;, repny Antler
d.: the amount on a spcclilvd date. (entertaining WIthcrby at It' sooths and heals the '
: '-r- ---o.-o.e .a.a I tls country boino)-Now, old man If urinary or Most

,>lh : I'f lJ And lie will Invariably ken>..Ulj: Word you should happen io.,, want anything/ organs and invigorates the whole 'I
]: IIS 4 @ OtJS for the Finn Is ,Invincible: > In bile iodepcadeuce. -
/ I la the night Just touch tills bell. Skillful I
"' ,I '
," 1))."_'!.'.." _' : I i iI I I 'ltll'rhy-tle"l'rl: J 'know bow hard system. If your kidneys are de- Chronic
i .0'0..e..o I Agnela Turk, near Delft, In Holland) : i r'ranged

ii' ,t. 'SAMURAI AND JIU-JITSU'; I Is. another Utopia example. A tract often Catch It la to me keep touching! servants* that In bolllVan the! country... commence. by taking1- Kidney Specialand l-

lilts It 150 houses, each
, "':' ."' -'"flrh'Bloat.,Wonderful" Smtem. of Athlell > wit1 acres upon 1ttf.1 'i, Antler\ -Buti I. //ulJ ure' yon, you .1
and with
1 h Its little garden eei- .
r' .... In the "'orf". are perfectly(! safe. -The1 bell .doesn't

:. 'More than.ullitenctJlu. ago them grounds.: common The. houses buildings pre and' occ common ph'd b11\ ]VQrk.7Llte, 1 ro' LEY.: S) for I
sprang Into Japan I all. -
q/ an ostler I
of knights who were known us tho |i i8RWUI'til. I pany.the employees who form of a a grunt corporation distilling whlcll coul--
.L1teUIWprt' -..rol, not embarrassed!
To them aids Imparted all I ,
4 t the learning. tU<; polite bfevdlug and owns the park. Each member' owntshares ;,,::1ieA ,young:; 'Dray;, Jones. asked you for ;
in tile corpoVntIbir''n-hd' '
the formsof superiority that mark the your hand: ? KDDNEY Dis- )
gentleman. They were ukllled In arms I rent for his { onse been The" Burplns.: paid"cornea'. after' ''Etbt'P-Di'nr1 me'yes' I hardly knew CURE and j

ell expenses! bare RllgtJ,u Jle wanted to take tue or n;y ,l-
and versed In the arts of war, for they .' ,
back him dividend. .If hewishes eases
to as : '
putfte.--I'uck. Bladder
were- the.'f.'uiperor's: lighting men and i i shurcs I '
$, to go be dies bin ere at once. It will make well.
a but allowed bear. you :
none they were
to I II '
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# ', bought up by the corporation nud sold J.:" Wroth and m. Soft A."", ... i(
arms I 0 Dig-
I to the 111:1n': wb takes his pla'ce.- Sbe-'-Don't believe
yotf .thafr."a soft
> As!! there could not always be war on A .Physician Hsalad, I Haw Protcrlbes It Dally
trait Free I'ress.I .. De-1 answer!'! tnrnetb nwny wrntbT"IleOh. '
I. '., ;-'_ hand; nnd os It .wns cuusldared beneath i I yes. Oftener.;hbWever, wrotb Dr. Ceo. Ewing, II practicing( physician' it Smith'sGrove Ouaranteed eases
(i! the dignity of the siiniurul to q\l. t
go Ky., for over thirty writes his personal: .
I I frightens a soft answer.-Kansas
i: J. Into any ordinary callings. It came It's well enough to"aim: at stars, but away experience with FOLEY'S DNEY CURE: "For year p .

'" :.i;; ,, ;I about naturally that these little knights: there Are ,things below tbe level of City Journal, I have been greatly. bothered J with kidney and bladder I I

;,''t .J' found much idle time on their hand! tars vrblcte ore worth the winning --''A- 'a' VoIee... trouble and enlarged prostate gland. I used everything )J "
$ '.* known to the profession without relief, until I commenced ; .
: :", 'Being ,rncn .of war. they turned their I I ;: I
I ( Smlth-r-Vour wife bee a .fine voice.. to use.fOLEY'S> KIDNEY CU RE.1t.rler taking three bot.
", >{ : attention() athletic feats. ,I WORST OFALLEYPEItIi.NC10C.Can : I
..r:,'" J Junes-Ys; one"of the bent In ,ttIl'I' ties I was entirely relieved and cured. I prescribe it now
ODe- Cmong: the samurai conceived, anything be woma thttii to feel that Otherwise; would 1 have beei. daily In 'and recommend its all i'
world. < my practice Heartily use to
will be Ins I1 "Surli
.; ):. } the Idea of learning by practice' tbe every minute your ws physicians.for such troubles.for I can honestly state I have ,
., the ezperleiioe of!.M r*. rt. II. !Mewnoin\ I>ecntar word out'seteral years ego.I ? ;
: ",r,;; location of. every sensitive nerve and Al III.. "for! three yenrs" she wi lies, ; '. ,' Of Co r..., i i I prescribed it In hundred of cases with perfect success. ,. / : .
;. \114'" ,, muscle In the body. After that be discovered "1 ftidu.vd InsntlVrMlile ,pain from Inillifestlon. / \' ; I
; Il :'''', all the, Joints,of tIle bones that stomncli and Lowell! trouble. IVqth "All tbe defendants they'vetArougl.tbefore Had'b' Get Up Several Tlmet Every :Night
YIi. seemed Inevitable when doctor and l all us!! so fur," said the Atvtjury.\
11; I'.a could be seized In 'such a way as to Mr. F. Arnold, Arnold la. writes: I troubled I
., remedies inllml. At length, I was Induuud nan: In the criminal conrt.-' 'appear! toe t
I? : give momentary power over the IDUH- to try Klttutrta:I Bitters and the result wee thin pnd wlllt> 'nble./" ':' -' with kidney disease about three years. I was nervous PREPAIUD! ONLY DY
,: cles of an ud'erlhlry. lie practiced miraou oiis. I Jin proved, nt once and l now so tbo # "nnturally and all run down, and had to get up several times during!!: l
;*. ?!:.; with his fellow diiiuurnl and thus by- I'm com jilt t ...:. degrees was developed the most wonderful v, trmath end l Newel/ l trouhl". Kl: ,o- !the# bavo A 1ptnclJt'd'' -Philadelphia effected a complete cure. I feel better than I ever did cH1c tao ILLINOIS i1!
rt trio Ditto R Is the only tm'dlfinc. On); 5po.\ Press. and recommend it to friends." )
b : system- of' athletics known In l Knxruntecd, by S:: E JlcOeucby. & Co., my u. >$. A.
.''. the world, Pru'ggtsts: v ( .
; TWO SIZES i.oo
l The- Extremity of Bll.. GOo and $ "
.::1' ; The Japanese call tbls work Jln-Jlteu.d .
.' 'r J 1 : 'The'i'arsnn-Dis am mos' poa'tlvely! .,:'
,, / + : Tbe deft preusures nppltedlu the practice PICKINGS FROM FICTION-1 .. .
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v'1'' .- le mos' 'strcemly Jnlclont cblcklng.I 8, K. McOEAUIlY: BR<) ? (.'hlpley.I'1I\. _
.. +,'; of Jlu-jltsa'produt-e) only momentary Jackson.Byer n _______
h< -: In nmb mouth B'r't-r
Is 'abort-avoid causing : .
'r.'j pain, but do not really'Injure'tbomusclea ) Life yawns i ----'-
Eleanor In "Tbe DauiBcl and tm .1n\I\ >IOn-\'I'II, sub piibslmrdat'eblcklnir t 3J.niu.sans t)>M sOW 3l:13HJ. .1 I Give
v or nerves. In all other things Glyn :: us more fireproof! theaterp,
t. : vrw raised an'"brung up on r
,:, the Jopifnem lire. the most I Sage 'Sincn 'ANVdWOO INlVd HOOIfolMJ.IHM .
polite '
iI peapie and
'.1 n-atcruillllons, sub.-,.ealle'" Weekly.Nobility -'flOA ,..H001NI>I.. .1'3 eggproof actor.s.. : ,
:, ,:. lu the world: 60 It follows thai! A man'w consetence Is tile best barometer 01,1031410: A8 0'1 8IHJ. NMOH3 dl : I I
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'' T1IM U31V3Q: NMO UOOA: J.N3QV ON .3AVH 3M U3A3H3H/W: : / ,
:' ': '\ even In their figbtlqg they have developed of Ills ablllty-owen Kllddre: ln I t.: .

Myj.\ .;'lf': ;. .- a humane ye t('!recti\'e' ''I net hod I I "My Mamie Itose.Women's ." : of clmrncter rannlfents! Itself ,'Lro :n';9nuS .tl.81l19IJWnS .8UIPUnq Jlqnd[ joq6( snojaa nn put.,, '

ii''i.."" : ." ;i" of self defense. They da not strikeout t coun ?l Ivmny 'not be worth lit loopholes 'when It Is not provided eq HIM\! no'sjonb 1IIA411{ 93ad: ] GilL'IV114 UlpltG' ,saM )1t laioq 0d'pt10't3() eq; '

: ",\., ". "';-';,} '. with the .clinched' fist -and seek to ',in l1el1. but be who despHeth It Is not with large doors.Wilkhne.d'i'ARTLIO imo Sat son 0'| pjoija|on usa not ,'si o11de0, :: e 1 a filO3JtA|: l ea AAuertly pn1t sue 'r; Wakelul91cep1essness 1"
; All noX A\ao ali uapunq vas I Cagy l .
( joj| HlaaSs! roboi; jnfn > )
: ,, " ,Rio the Anglo-Saxons'! In their< wiser thuu be should be;-Amelia E. I EVI jENO". 2anB3sa33opat .
'pnIlUII 'U'8110P tJojujcu s JOAO .
'tJ0103 i eq 1 11' | 8P'W .
,,1 r'Y4'' boxing contests.<< parr lu "Tbe Black sblliin g. I Fresh testimony In crest qTinnttty I" c.onftsiitly '8aJn ; aP11OM ;J1 I1n0: I
'emf} 8q) III IiOM 1'1001 pas ;"1\J'81U\ 81(1 ; )1U18 "Isd ;
.1, ";):,;... .A A knowledge!' of Jlu-ytsvi} enablesone <',4 Human nature la not always! at Its : $ aomlng fry, for la, declaring LJomumptJdn l>r., i'liuuhs Ktax'eaw'tf.oo : ut jared jaqjo Any nvqi .IIJIIOI In,,, a.1olPl\nq! \ a111S! Jnl....Q2UIllA. 'lsIJ1.( Is a;

'; almost Instantly _to convince his oppo- 1I1gbeilt level, and heroic sncrtuceu arise end Colds to be nnequnled. A recent> ex 3 t pun '9ao eptrf q Jq' | U 11111 I g5noqta: ( atI'( UIPnng lsantnollao-j ecn jo era Trouble '
'" 1:,;'lj; .'<': nent'tbat It U useless to fight. There.. only from heartfelt mOtives.-fir pree ion Irom I'. J. MuKarUnd, Hentorvtlle : yupdPaid, : iq', ollill h Ido'uUf,, -Pllnq Qq; (1111"UIJ eJ8Ja 'g Ilample0, Sign of Nerve -

v" : ;.' nre now atiliooU ot JIu-JItsu erctyv helela George Trevelyan In The "American{ ya, nerve* .. exmn.le.|. tie wrlteir 'I otuoii navo jnoX uo IUIM. Rot )uVI9iO | '1 and Should .
"I bad Hrouchiuafor'three >earn' and'' drtc. 1 ujl"i ogepaadap"pooi'LI; (C JnoaoqiBV Lisloelsput :
sailor and
W : Japan. Every soldier Itevolutlon. .o Looked To.
I tired all tho tuna, without' being IxinetlieiJ.( Bdorojs ; .Be /
U! JJ I ,.LJOoeppea Xpwaa .
>J>;.;rn".lec: policeman Is obliged to perfect himself I Life Is the only real counselor. Wls- I Then I began taking I I'r.' Klnx'u New 1)1". JI oaanonojd pea ni :,1". ; ,. $ In tile system. A Japanese, pollc(-wuu, I| dom unfiltered -througb pcrsoual experience covert, and a few bottles wholly: Cured met.1 ..H)0'INII.; snMq1 uaqM' 'laUSI1.fu 'olNlvd .. 'alIa we a"? There! ari.'lhtge::; nt inanlfeeta'.
\. : of the nrt.'bas been known I ( Kqu'nijy cSVcllve 'In oiirlnir nil! Lung und .,tlona 'of sleeplessness.f #
possessed .
"i\: ',';:" does hot become'u part of the p llins Jo uoqui oqHa a 'iJOM ;soul .
'. Tin out irouM' s, Co iniimptlon' 1'nnumofliikimid ; Irst,.hardy:: to Bleoji a while all night:;
,l. ;
t .i handed to rl'l1uceto' .lIublulsslonr ;
av single Edith Wharton in faAna
moral tissues! Clrln (in a run toed-by A. K.: McOeuchy m paw si-BtjajBtn jsaq oqj pawaisp J. time' before
: ( second to }awako along, :
; and tor 1"tn..1H'_ f "'"" station tours 'Sanctuary &'(o., dniVKlstit. Trial' bottles true, legular IUOnU3YI): adll .Ilaq.L' timed niaall 'PtJOA\ I Iq; l1f alpllnq3saJel: et0'alno'I fail 'fall-asleep; soon,
1'I i5t3:l of a foreign Asiaticuadron.St Do not attempt to do a thing unit's; i slzt* .110" and $1 Ned BaJlnbl3.l ::11.10&\ Jlaqsasn: u; ;oprd) \ -js ;a OOBI: J ivjnjinaijgv oq) waking ng: asleep after; several hours and then

Nicholas.. you are sure of yourself, but do not relinquish \ 11(1( ;aogvJv1nalptdd: III .auj| s gang jo ul lpllnq ,aq :( ,v'.UamPleO< find It hard up to sleep, again. ,

< It '1l nply because: ionie i one They mean that somewhere In the

FEW HOGS. else Is not sure of you.-Stewart Edward nerve fibres, somewhere Iri\ the brain
} White Iir 'The Forest. L.IVER'TROUBLE.S e.ll0j[ SPl.lO.M.CJ1 1IUl0d .Cj301U1Jl cells. somewhere In the blood, vessels.
,;, '. -.- A hog. Is a person I who sits sideways Don't 'be tocipd by n ch !t'r'or by a Sold by Kwnitt. & Ilortiu. Chlplev.FIa.LOL'lSl Is that radically carry blood wrong,to, the jj'd'muet'be brain ,!OIO rlshte.d.thltllf.:

't in a car where other passengers are'' crowd. Cheers are nothln but a breeze Ueatli.. '
'or the end may te wore tliafi
standing.: i. an'' as for a crowd'no' matter who youare To. richtit/tako, Dr. Mile Nervine.\ ,
IH. .TABU;\ !
A A boy i Is a person who1.Jams- his 'suit !!' there wocld': Always be a !bigger \]JLLI & NASIIVilLLli R. H. 'rJ Eonie other eyroptoma of nerve\ trou 1

vtt _+ ease Iq. front of you nt'tl1" railway stn- l I turnout to coo you banged than to "I6nd1'b..AfeM4ltlaok.Draagbtsoond .. '.bla. are: .1=lzlIln,,". llooddchb, DrickJ
? '"fr Uon so as'to'get your' place( In the line shake shut iiiltt,..!:Alfred Henry Lewis mattlclna/ for H er dBei* ... racxEI: .: : : >rE: 'ANt:): :ElVIT ODLEANS.' ache Worry; I'rotfufkene" ,-,rIrlltabllltY: i
:. "' angrhe'hndap.ntsloe I No. .. No. 100". 3' Nd.11a.
1 ', Uteoredny on Melancholy tack flf 'Amlltrqn.
n .. ,
fl'a to the > 1
gate. In The noss. ( with dnctorn. It'l,all) thoi'-fit- : i rays 11s:() p m Lv... P..n..o.cola.. Ar 5:00: ant' ,4lIf'p( m lead
} A bog Is -a petsonwhn.'breaks! In'1 I : I I loin.. I Uk. .."+MHS<< ; 4 wblle yon are negotiating' In n itor The- Ilodaebo. .. TItf.Parkonbjirg,!W. V*. : :' \\I 2:56: am .... .. .l\Iobllo. .. .. 12:30: n't 1:2:1: : p m -'to Xpllepiyl; Flta 6t VUU Dance,
>! 3:25 ( .. ..Now Orlpo.nll.. ( m9:3 Nervous Prostration Jparaly l9..Insanty./!
llyour'liver does notnctre,- : pm 7:3pm 814: ; mS70RT .. .. !
1v. .' '. and takes thf attention of the salesman Toe hedgehog. ruui! the roads /In Eng -- -! :< .l Nothing wtll give such quick and laatInj -
1i; ,,1 ..1 or al1leafw ,ulID' avruy frein yoiil' '' ; : land-freely, lie! Is a Mtidlnt little fellow I' nlarly/ go to voVir driicrgiBt' and ::'L t i'jNo.2. 1. : 'relief as Dr. Miles'Nervine. ..
,secure!' package! of Tbrdford's} No 4. 0.1. Nt). .'
A hog Is a person who opens hi*. win- oar, hedgehog. baying! far ,more I lllack-Drauirht and take a dose .. loJlJm: ,12:3Jpm! ( 4:00pm: 5am: )( I i "My husbnod bad been sIdle llit weeiut:
dow In,tbe, railway; car ,and jillows dust Intellloep<;e. bllt i people give:! him credit tonight. ThiV great' "fadiily 6Ua.: 10 6:30 pm A.l\onLjOlllery..Lv! 11:15.. Di 9:35: pm -could not. sit np to nave' his bed mado.get
it'la curious stand! I 11:1111: a 10 9:12: m .. Birmingham ... .. 8:33: s m 4:0.: P IU J \Vlth sit- the- mediCAl )e1p! wfl: cnuM
,, and cinders to fly :'In( the face of the for. AS you perfectly I .raeilicina! free, the eonetipnteu p "I' he continued to grow worse: tie could
.. .. ..
2:30am .JIIIIKVIlII' 2:4)am
passengers bblnd.r 'tll dgb h* would stm Id tbe middle of w.' road, to bowels stirs up the torpid liver. '7:20a.m: .11/111&10 8:20am./ ( : .,.,....lJlnclnnu.tI 6:15pm 1IOP1:( Jtllipm: I I. I -neither Bent away sleep, end f>r ,....t.ll"callerii,Ocr baby Gar'); girl c1, was be- 1

not toletate' no open window at the see blm come-runningralgng.-teen! / stopping I, and cause's a h alth,'. cretrcn '7m&m:: 1:3): p at, .. .:-It. LOIIIl, ..1.. .. 4:11i1m: 8Mpm: +i caueq!-her\ could, not stand a bit ot talkIng. .;
seat next In front. (to sniff nnd- whine and examine of bjlo.( r I. '. n.'t" r- I read of'& case of nervous pro-
I'ensueubantid" .
**TV7 I 'Thedforcl's EtackDraughtwill < 1'I'vtlr .J .IICt ; tratlon curl .by Dr. 'littles' BoBtomtlve.Nervine.
+x. A bog Is a person who Insl-its on discussing the lily b: strangd'object that' -cIcaiiBfl 'the bowels of No. 21. No.3. Names OUhlLtlon9. ''No.No.2[ :!. I '\Ve' began giving it to him,' I

ei "the mutafftirty' or' buwlUi' af lest h. startle tbe lIurd"I'breatta'ell I ,. and strengthen (the kids 1131.puritici ., :''r 0,11, O"lIy (No atopwhprebnouhowo) D.lIy Dally;, and drevBed.In a From few days that he time I was het"able to adlly be-'

fairs" with the ticket seller l at the theater ture; Then; with a,'gentW grunt, he nel'.. A torpid liver invites 1153/ n't Y. Pen..cul.r.lOflU.p'1V. 6.'IOtIMII' : ,r Improved. NTVlrm ]saved! his l.te.y-
when there la a long/"lndll1o nle' In will pass you by. A very low, yet 4L'; I I I cordsbiliousness; 'chills and' v ,111:1"" Zt:1 7'ld': :".. t. ; ..Jtohcmh 1)21"( 6 6OI 01"( I, MRS. A. -O. IIASifctN: ,' Frcevillo.1 N. Y.
cued< grant' be given dud be! whines as"iliifeflzlnc. ; fever and--manner-of 'iicltnexsandcontngton. i Jl2O: Ynlestec 1037" Write to us for :F1'f'e Trla1'
his rear and the curtain, la about .to bef '' FREE
: 1321. 718" E'tounbla: 1031" ,557' : I "of '
fackara l Dr.Mile* Antl-
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rung upon the performance. Cincinnati Well..B1a ckwcod's : I i ,iVVealckiJnert -. 13:1: 72.\ Mllla& i J03a.J'1 f-S51: ". : Fain Pllf i tile .New Belentttlo- Remedy
Commercial. vhhn. I result in Bright'. disease ,. 123tJ" '72>j" Harp II) 2S" Ii 40" t for Pain. :Also Symptom Blank. Our
'FjI''n' w1 i h'd3ims'/II/ --mnnyvictlm 12/10-/ 3i'! ,. 'Oal6 City 1015 527' i., fepeclnllvt will diagnose your Case, tell
tIaDd Funeral
,, ,baklnsr A most paliifrtl Bt custom'' at Freiicla'* u consumption. A 2.Vcent ratio 73i Milton -. J() 10'It'o" : t."I I you ,what'. DR Is;wrongnnd MI..B IBUI chow, to-rljrnt"AL It.Free. ..
package of) Thedford's t Black 130 a m Good Range 4I/ 1.1WufATOR1b" )::4. AtiLil. ;lt11; -foND.p.
C1a..If7l W t funerals is the postingat-4he: exit door ,/ Draught mould always be kept 1/1./ 8U" Volta 93\: '' 43/1"/ .. I ij
"Tea. ma'orn.1 said the peddler. 1111' oti tUe..ifhurch.wbcrcln the, ceremoniestake in the hOtl&e.; '220'"' 830".. tMIlIljl1 I 1If/) 411 ..
tonic will of the mule, bead the de- :.I 33". 639 IlIw 9,13; "', r'4 4))(1 I IaOIl
here! hair 1 raise hair.,en a place of .f and Th f0r4'a' BlackDrl.ebttorIWerandkddeyeem ... 8M Ii beer ',004" 8M <1 1 ,
billiard ball. ceased 'peraou's Tarally, tbe 'widoweror "'i 823 '.. 911) ', l rosdlllad $ 4Q. '316" I ,I'I

But will It raise hair on n pnmalkIU7" tile eldest son or brother whose .is.t"lnto."- and found. COrrMAN-M Co excelWILLIAM ,, ., 4 03" 1134/ .". D.. ),'unlo.k. Hprlnis 8 13. :.I 43'... I
11I"'to ahl1ke 'band. with 4 18" I 944 Argyle '7 H" 231
asked the lady tbhouse / : duty I' ; every bleftwd. llL'THEDFO5 .
""e l, I should say nof* person who nan )keen present at the obsequies : :,. 500 440".' 11)10 9117 w..s Ponce'Vollt.vllie de r.eou' ,- ,ti'717':29! .''.. '.113 155 '.". 1.t I;"' ;.

S. '$ "I'll take a bottle and get my husband; I when once they ,are! over 'aud : Sot .... II) 1\-/: Carvllh '., 712U... ; 49. !' :

to try IL"-Jll te. .*?,' ,? I ITDROWY people arc 'KOlng; away. Iris: "pot ett'queue 531 .. iP3n ".. U"nlfay 'Jaa/ ,', 27'" I I.. I 1
SO') II, ." Cblpl" 637 ". 1 t>> h .SEEP.
for Uie gentleman to 'l'u
JfR"M A W'AOd *. I to.lpebk .. :
"fJ:18 +
830 'jCottolrad"le 1'138.
but If. be Is"moved Jo tpnr'i IJ.LACIf.DRAUiUT- .. 14 ... .
31 r. UeorntrK. II ibAnck1.' wn throwtf Ibm anybody ; : i, 7q!) .. 1123.,"., : ; I\tarl90n'la.' 600.'. I 1.14. D. 'oar loptif4.hce -
hi* r"n aaut severelt bruUcd. He- tfptlifl lily }weepfng! 'corisldeirid" d Ghost apaction. 1 '730 .. 114\: .r. 'h Cyprp !! t II.+ 3t.: 1145dm'! 17_ 8beyaav.owNbalt.dwon't .
ChamberUlo'ii Pain Balm freely all.J prop'I'h ' ,''740 .. ,,11113 .. O'-'od Ridge 532 112') !..- I / < bit aow.solo '
al.I It !I. the Wt. liniment he ever iineil.Hr. I t 711't 1303 Hn"ad 521 1050 < ey .
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Kahonck I In n we'l' known eilixnn of ., 8U .. i IID.DAr.! River Junctjon Lv. 1110.s' lQ2am( ,,/; I ...D.. ,
North' I'hiln.Conn.! 'I'her.ja j no'hln'legnel, ( '
t. tin lUlm fir tiprnlns and bruise. It Narrow minds think notblntf) 'rlgbt '. .. -- '-- - : MJ IIBRRY # 00.Ei

will elfjora any cure other in ono-ihlrd treatment the For lime sale roq'If.od'y i I above their own cupnclty.Rocbcfoa- Foley's Honey emi Taro ANN E R S"' DKroIt r.II01'1.Iii : "

Ud.:: ilcOcacbj & Co.: '. I 1 cauldr, _:, '. lot'r/JlJdt'en.S4le.sun:. No :Hates. the moat he.lng! s.lveln the world.
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I: 0X- *;0, oc>00 o 0 coccooo c occx; cti, x ., :sLILBlfds4 entering Stattlvs.with John Intent Stokes to ;commit breaking felony and; Advertise in the BANN1za.. IVF&ffeYSWc have explain-/ .: ; ";!'"0.j; 1

the mynt'1'
dltimlHRod. 1 O W '" past: 1. ," : :

2I t>Faa7Yi te7it63lOJil ldgb 71 pe ... ., a NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. l why you should} have\! ',,: ,

e e In nieuiorlmut.. Department of the Interior. 'I the children! I,hotogr lph d. ...'
Land Office at Fla.' Juno o, IW4.\ I INt "
A. C. born March 2nd .
McCeaphy was
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tlcu Is hereby ivon that thefollctwlnirnfiin >i1

I J Cream Freezers 1894.and died at. St.Sunday PanT a.Hublimon m., Muy County.'iiah. I(KM.N. C ntChlpley. .. Thud wittier 1 I'r..rI.has pled not support Icftof hie of intention his claim to, make and YOU may not ilways] have them

Ice Flu.. after a protracted lllni'j'H that rtnld I pnwf will I bit mnun hffore, Clerk ClrecltCourt
I ; through many mouths and was hold wrest at Vtrniiu, Fla., on July ln.1004;;: vie Oath- by yon.
lu Clilpley Cetnptury on Monda Brine BurrU Seltnn: Fla. HU.. ;XKH for the nit .--------
morning, Unv. lilrwln.) of the Cre bvie.rlaitchprTh. of ark"" auK of ne'" & nal-iot se 1.4. Se 8. TV 3N '

:$ ; of D4'I."ulj\k< Sprlngt Fla., lie, R.names 13 W.tho-foflnitflnff\ ...It_ to prove his And When They Are Goi*& ',

: conducting the fun I continuous:! : ramldanoe upon and cultivation of said
: his HiiflFurlng! wa long andtedious : !14ml. via* John Barrow:Joe Barrell, Jack n.r-J Probably never to return, yotip
'I HAMMOCKS lie \\tiaBlwuya nncomplttlulnirR.hd tell, John Pitta, all of Waup.. patient showing a sweet. Christian. W. C. Robinson" would give anything:, if you had ;, 4t )
I spirit Ed. tea po>>. RcjtlKtar.

Friday 1 before hid death. lie seemed to Heeded These Words.
have been warned of his approaching Notice of Api'Ilraitlon for Tax llecd.

," deathUnd called all of his children to his N 1 Is hereby ilvon that W.G. Jllnnon purchawrM -
bedside, where he made his. last will. After -. Tax Certificate No. 81. dated thh 3rd
: : Fruit Jars Rubbers and Caps. his final arranitoinentH had been settled day 01 Juno. A. D. 1'HI2, has died said certificate/ it not. just as impo ai '
In office and has Smile rp1tcatlon for tax
: '> my : :
:, -: lie looked around and. requested his deed to tHaue! In accordance' with law Said ourtlflcati IS that they should }*an_ _
children) to live "j ,
unrtgbbliveesaylnR embrace the folluwlnv described pmrortr'Hltuatvd :
want you all to try tu live rfitht ana be. 1 in Wanhlnsrton c intp, f oriJar: tu.wkl! of your pictures to
: good children and meet me m Heaven." nw 14 of ne 1-4 of Sre 9. Tp;i N.. R. 16 w. The ere when 'you are ;;c n
"KXFirst On April tttb, lIiG?. hA was mavrlPd to said hind: baffle! anammpd at thedat-ot the 4minae ..

: ;- ANEW LINE : Charlotte Rozler' uftnr Lumbertoit, N. C., nf such certificateshall certlncata" In the ha name rrdemmd nt Unknown.Unletwaaid accord.

: and to this ..union eleven children was! ing to lair tax: :Bred, A ill iiwue thereon ou oho 9th a
born., all having lived\ to he prowueice-pt day of July A. D. 1404.Wltnnm You Owe It
two, which died In Inr8n y. tin leaves awtr. my official sin-nature! and scat this the
: .,, ... five son*. A. J. McOeacbjr, Dr. J. S. nth day of June, A. D. 1904.
: Shad McOearby.( J. R. McUcacby. B. E. Me- I (ISV-nl.J W. C. LoCKBr,- To YO families and friends tiShave .
j'; and U. A. arid I Clerk Circuit Court XVaahlnirton County Kla:
Class Window s. Cieuchy "h-G'llchy. twc your PHOTO taken occasion:!!
k daughters Mr''. J. C. Slnulalr, and MlsnLena IVolleoAi.pile.non for Tax: Ladd. ally.

1 MHjeai-hy, and one brother, N. KMcUeachy Nntlee. herebygiventhat lap W. Ward purchaser -
t -i i t' at Lanrlnburp. N. C. whichIx of Tax: : CurUHcato No. /U''. tinted the -- '
r __ i to them a great loss, and following HO. day of Juno A. D. 18V1. has Iliad said certificate If have -
'. ;: closely upon the death at his' two eon. In my o/Ha, and has made application for lax: you none get
: ; Chairs/ Samuel Mcdearhy and Koiiert McUeachy: deed. toimua accordance" with law. Said eertiagtemnbrscsthelnfowinadeecrlbed -
: .See Our New Rocking v prnpertr
: which oco.iirred only a few months ago,
but Intensities f the a"ony of Riir.lia Imreavoment situated In Washington county. to>wUi Lot bSec :
10, Tp. 1 S., R. 17 w.The Raid land being
Mr. McGenohy joined the aitormrol at the datu of the .Issuance. of such ecrU-" LEA s ,
( Presbyterian church In 18r>B and: has been create In the name ,of Unkn"...... Unless said cur-
a couslatantincmberaver siiicx. Ha hue tificateshaaberedeemedaccording to law tax 1
-r-- only been a. resident if Chlplxy a few deed will ianiiQ.. thereon on the months; he moved here from' N. C. the D. I iwt.Wltnuss' "

& ut1er : latter part of November, but those that Sat day m.; official A, O.' signature VIM.S and seal! this. the To make you some. ,

: : Campbell t t knew him best can testify to his love forhis [ ..:tl.j' W. C. LOCKRV
: I church and lIurlght.lIe.( Cleric Circuit Court Washfnirton' Cnunty.. Fla. -
c lie served fonr, years Irf the ,civil ever
ivlun enlisted! In the SJst North Caro- Notice 0"'ApplteatlouorTax Ooed The Time'
lw'1 w4wwTCB JDL 61>8'dffi9 '3DR -L 7i $7tr9R@6' ''YSl4T1 Inn ruKlment, and served two years; andafterwards Notice Is hereby given that A. D. McKlnnnn.purchnaer .
.. :: wt transferred to tln< lUst ; ol Tax Certificate'" Niv 5 4 dated tha 3rd ,
of July A. U. 1899, has flied said certificateIn
reurimeut.. known a' the Highland \Boys: '
0 *,{'0 000000C 0 000 1 It[ I especially .irtd to-soo to He old 8<4dlern my office" and has made application. fnr tax la ripe. .,' .
puss uwuy.jinn by o'nti. While hu deed l to Matte in acotrdancu with law. Said errtiHcatu ','
po-" -- -- embraces the MlowlniC described
proncriJtuated -
'-I can't unite ttuixln on thr earth with the ty I In Washington county, Florida towit .'Nolle* of Application; t'er'ra; Deed. [2-,

: children tlon at HonKuy last 1'rlday< eight. old Coufeil(>rto>: )
O'- and
0, 0 0 0 A. D.) Campbell spent ,
'y-o reunion lie Is only waiting on the other belnir asaeSMid at the date of thol..uaneeof such < of Tax: : Certificate Nu. S3 dated the 3rd i ,'
Y Of Sunday at Argyle with his parents. j| Wo think that the mcnglps have shoot shore with tlxc-manv dint have Kono before certifiuatelnthename of P. P. Jnhnaon entate.Ultfess day of July.' A. D. 1WX/ has pied( said asrtlBcatn"in ., ..... .....
>to"vN' 'fo1IdS died out In this community and we hope fur the few that are left behind, aaid certificate shall be redeemed acod! my ofllcu and baa made application fur tax "I _
', : Hon. John B. Glen the sage of Wau- they will-not lie resurrected any mom. Here they will have a general reunion leg to law, taxjlcod will uuuo thereon on the 18th dead. to Imuu. la accord anoe Said certiHcataambraceH 4 .

i ._____ sau, come up Saturday and transacted Mr. D. N, McDonald gays *hn killed 'a around' the tbrona of Clod. day uf June. A. 13.1904.W the following. deHcribed property" 'C'O
40.0' business here. itnnss my official signature and seal situated .In Wuxhiiiifton. county, Florida" to-wit: .'
monster rattle snake near the ford of The entire community extend: their [Seat] this tha.llth day nf M ay, A. D. 1W4. nW of ueK., : 14 ... The Bald land .. .;
Circuit court reconvenes today. Rev. W. A. Prince, of Orange Hill, Reedy Crce1' last week being!: live feet sympathy, to tho bereaved family. It 1s. W. C. Ixickey. being aswoesdseastthedated. the iHHuanceof Much ,': '" ,
i The Board< of Public Instruction wan has returned from a two'weeks visit to long and had fourteen rattles. hard for u* to part with our loved ones, Clerk Circuit Court Washington <;.... Fla. certificate in the name of 1*. P. Johnson Etatatct.Unlfiw '"
1 and wtohf'1I ask why wo urt called upon .said certificate shall be redeemed accorrtliiir .
i session Monday.The relatives in Alabama. Mr. end Mrs. J. T. Cook-wcrmadn to to give thorn but Ood know, and Notice of C'rextlon of New Eloctiou to law. tax: : dent will liuue thereon..the lath "
advertised for city tax- I rejoice l.iat Friday nlaht; I It was a fflrl!; up District.Kotlco day of June. A. 1>. 1904.Witness "j ,
property Miss Hallie Lewis, of Marianna, we are ilIad to learn that hotb mother some d VdYt"11 understand all those mysteries mf official Hlimatnr and seal .
was sold Monday.The pleased her many friends by spendinga and .daughter are doing well. of Is hereby: fflTi-n; that then baving. been a DntAL. thin the llth day of May A. n. 1V04.W. 'lf'..' .
i : week. On l less" at home! petition with the ruqaisito numhor of aivnaturespresented O. ftocxsr.. t 1"
tw here '
election Tuesday was very days << Mrs. Allle Brock who has been
Tho charmed circle broken: a dear face to the Board uf-flounty! Commissioners Clerk Circuit Cnu rt..Washington C..., :
quiet; still quite a good vote was poll- 'Mrs. Folsom left" Monday for .her 111 for several. weeks, linn boon moved Mla cd day by day from Its auustanedplac: .al Washington Countys Mdi" >rida> sating that anew FI.'f I

ed. ; home at Marianna after spending! sev- from her homo tothat of Mrs. A nderM' u's' But clennwd. and saved and perfected. by election district bt established to b* kuown VorSaleSi !!I .. ':::'i..
of her health. and described hereinafter '
In Lope Improving as provided. '
''Begin to talk fairfor you know eral days with relatives here. ... .One irracel moro in Heaven! Said eJection district to be known as Precinct ecrue of land In the town ef Chip-., J.-
;Washington county (U to have one this I of Clarkson r One less at tunnel No. 21. described and bounded as follows., to-wlti.. ley also8Oaerea. In Section 10, and 211() -','"
Mr. J'; A Pittman '
Houlfttv. One voice of 'l'leo.m" hushed and verraoro. Beginning In the northeast corner uf WatthinvttnCounty acres I In Action: 16. All of the above real +.. :- '" '
fall.c transacted business here Tuesday; he mi the I linedIvIdinK the countiua ..f Jackson ; ''s '
What about that 4tb of July picnic? Ono farewul.! word apokont: on tho shore estate Is diKlrahly located and wII0'/ '; I
T'ax Collector Thompson'' made. the has our thanks for a samoleon. Where word and Washington) thence west to within )smile sold chose for !!""i. For full-{ : '
partingcumos. not one landed very ca pa.rt.lcularscu.l1un.
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Johnson tiros stave machine) Ig pounding "t the northeast corner nf section. three. ((3)) on ... .:;...... ..\..
sale of the delinquent taxes of the I Colo. mow; A. E. NOW LIN., .. .
Miss Emma Frye, of Boulder, away every day. One mo..ln Heaven! auction line township leer((4))north of range thirteen '
(ill) wvat thence south subdivision lineand At Bicycle Shop.. l $If' .$: :
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i county Monday. while '>j"
and will ,
came in today !spend a C. P. Lewis and. wife visited relatives One more at htimel lines dividing auctions two ((21) and eleven ((11)) tf. Chlpley. Fla, 'tot: '
; If you have any county warrants .the guest of.Mrs, E. Sta'nderfer. In Chipley lat week This. la not home, wbura cramped In. earthly; towithintlmileulthesouth.a.t. corner of sec. $95,!' ra.
mold tlon lU), ((4)) north of thirteen :\
ten{ township four
for to county cane DIRECTORY.
present same payment Messrs. Htx Feagin, Bob Binton and An overplus/ of drtJmm.'r\.ln\ town 'taU Our eight Christ la dim, our love' N cold ((13)) west! thence went. on section line dividing "
treasurer Howell. Thos. Presley 'of 'Georg-iana,'' Ala., week, anti all jolly rood fAil )W8. But there.whore facet: taco we what behold aectlona and 14 ten ((10)) and flftrvn ((15)) tn the To the momber8. nf the church. Orange, HUT! -: ,
la home and heaven! circuit. M. K Church Smith and to the 0 n Mrs. 8. thibos and daughter have passed through here Friday afternoon Blackbprrlw,. aro. 1<>ntlfiil and water- louth-woat a>rmrof suction ten lin-township) four public, deKira. submit the funoaingschedulea!' .Jr..? '1
I 'One 'lau on earth! ([4X) north of range thirteen ((1.1)) wustf thence south
our thanks for a nice mess of cucum- Ion their way home by way of Grace- molona will soon bo on the market Its pain Its locmwa, and its toll to share: on section line. and line dividing sectkmn, .fifteen monthly appointments: .'
I lie, from a week's fish at Porter ((15)) and Mlxteen I ((16)), ((21) New Napa every lit Sat. and Sun., I. m, +
bersthey; were highly appreciated. The colored Baptist are having quite One lean the pllirrlma daily cms to bean twenty-ano ) and twenty M I
Vernon. lot and 3rd Sun., 7"
every p ra.Pramre ,
( Pcnd. church house erected/ Ono.. noire the crown m ransomed sou I a to wear) two ((22)). twenty-seven ((27)) and twvntjr-elirht (ail. '" .
Faith may once have moved.a mountain a commodious At bum in Huaven! thlrty-thnw (1331 end thirty-four ((34)). township Hill every and Sun..lI a. m. and 7 fi nuluncan. R .
shift the II- ; four i4)) north of thirteen ((13)) contln- every 2nd:: Sat.. 11 a. m. J' ;
.. but It takes mOtley to Miss r'l1nlIfcnpa hYr of Chfpley A FMIBMD.Pluul range west: Konnet Pond every 3rd Sat.. 11 av m. '_ ,
of life O the. bljb; school( exercises last Fri ... .. ; uoinf south on section line and lines. dividing.: wctlonu c.' '.
days. HIU.
the now 3rd 11
scenery on stage Mom every: Sun am. '
throe ((3)) and four((41.) nine (el) and t..n1U( \. <
'- In a very short time we will try to i1n; i ; o.h 1 : J day. PreseutrneuiIn : township three north of range thirteen. west to Miller1 l'leasaatGruru.every Ferry every 4th 4th Sat.Sun..11. 11 a.a.n.LAk m. 7 p.ra .' '' r ,

give our readers the premium list of 'rL' irie Inn J.a S.mailing Colfman'H business.fine neW A.ssw planer mill Is Is also dd theI'irstJudicial Circuit of Florida' lunation Marianna uf said public aection roadj line thence and..the.. and Vurmni easterly and; Your lalthfully, A' J

the Fair to be held at Chipley this ... .0.0' 0'0__ being put In. Circuit Court of Washington County alonr aald public road to county line dividingJackmnand W. A. PHINCBX___ Paator."1 }
1 We have had under Investigation numerous Washington countluii: : thence northon
fall.Log Don't forget that the MlBfton Richardson Tho second prlinarv, passoct, oft, very minor.cases and have returned said dividing county Hue to point of bcortniilntt. B. YATES
carts on the streets of Chlpley Is receive now Roods; each wobk. quietly on Tuesday. Not quite a full Into Y9ur honorable court t.rllfblll8 In nil The pilling place (for this new election district ]) T. O. ,

a: nuisance. If there Is not an ordi- Japanese waiters oval Inner /Hilt border I vote being polled. eases where the evidence justified. our no election-district shall beat Rock baebyeatahllahed.Hill Turpentine Still lu said TWENTY
? nance, against It, the cpuncil should size is lu.. pack 15c at Mini) HaUlo's. Mr and Mrs. 1(. J. Bret, from 'near doing. i J. W. Craver, Charm.

pass one at the first meeting. Now hats new drcHH good and lots of ClarUxon. were visitor to our village on We baveInvestigated' twenty-nine ca- J. I*. Jackson, -jXrERIENCE aeaa. .
see and found twelve true balls and dismissed Arms A. W. Weeks :
A. C. Gilbert a prominent farmer now things at the MlMim\ Klcburtlson's..Mi. \ last Wednesday. seventeen tor want ef RUlliclent W. C. W:J. SlnvJetary, .

from east of town, come in Friday with ) Uattln Is still receiving orders for Child rAn's. Dayxpreli Sunday at evidence (Seal.I > cWk.. .Eye'Specialist V

.the.first cotton bloom of the season that lace and rlilITIon tiatn. Bball: she inalieT Baptist church. Rvory body .are cordially In-our opinion, with the Increasing- ;
? Invited to be present. population the crime la ,- NOTICE.
we have seen; he reports crops good you QUA, too proportion "
Damask liMn towels with knotted Rov. Bryan of Chlpley occupied tliopnlplt considerably, lessened instead or Increasing Notice la hereby given. that bids. will be'"receiv, WILI. IIB AT '
Walter Gentry received from his work at inn Baptist church. on last Sunday which encourages, us to !believe! the ed at the regular m..UDII'of the B..ard..1 County
friend, David A, Sherfey civil engineer I fringe' and tw'o rows of fancy open UoV. Cain morals of our county improving\ Joiuniisslnners in July to tot contract to build abridge '
In the absence of
S5e each, at Miss\ Hultln'g. ) OFFICE "j ,
in the employ of Uncle Sam, in I 1 While thorn Id considerable, .complaint across Gum creek: on .Vernon and Cary- DRnvilMS: \\ ( I I S < ,
which ,VVANTKn.-HiiTnrs for all kind of Miss 1'ennla Colemnn arrived home about our public roads: In some communltlexrthey vlllu public road via A. W. Aliens.By : .
{ Panamhat
the ,
Phlltplne, a ol the Board in special session, this
from Forsvtn.r-Ua last Wednesday evnnlnz u"t"J:
and dressed and !lum-
rough pine cypress In Hood
are Condition, although
4* highly appreciated. I bnr. Also chlmrl< staves etl!. Stock wher.. 1io ha*! been ttttBiidlnit Monroe generally more work should be done on 24til day; 01| May. 1W4.Attrat In: c 1iiniew _.

: It is said that five girls in a neigh- on band ready Immpdlatfl delivery-, college for the past few months. tneni, and'we call our Road Cooinilsulon- W..C. JLockey. J. W, Craver .

boring state, won husbands ,by toying VlulTers\ Sb Co.; VernoivFla. 7-1 M'atprhLII U> liolna placed on the around : ers' nttentloata( Ihe gumu, trusting they Clark. Chairman. to"SIXo'clock Vf.C"
with a lawn mower in front of the for the erection of the now l\fothodlH will haY: them Improvpd,"bellavhtll! that From ELEVEN ; ;
church James Johnson Is the contractor good road and good substantial bridgesare NOTICE.
house of evenings. This 1 I" the reason Second 1'rliiiarv. : e'r
the dishes is left should the and Work will commence within a a decided necessity for tbs convenience Notice In. hereby. given that bids will bo received First Tuesday inEacir:,* -
why washing supper We much like to give
very few days. of the public generally. at the July muetliiff the :Board of County, |
to ma. full vote east for state and-county! officers .We have examined the county bulld- DommisHionurs to Iou contract to build flat at Mil- ....
On Tus day evening of last week Prof. fngsv and-we to t.hlwo third l ..r'a Kerry a< per spuctUcatlona" on .ale in. office; vf Montli.
( 1ncllo'n becunsin the are worry ;
We are glad to state that Washington at the Tuesday but >> and Mrs. Ij. 8. Harbor gave; a-ronclal In sll.1 the Clurk this Board.By _
connty is out of debt, and the va- majority of the products are so far away. honor of advanced class of the high the' county jail badly kept. And we leSr'tocuLLYe"lt ordui- of tho Hoard In special '_km. this Dr Examination FREE. er
the County ,.Commission ;
rious funds-General, Fine and For- the We school and on your corrfsnoiidi-nt was! :Nth day of Man 1VU4.Attrsti .
It I la Impossible to set; returns. ers' attention to Its condition and -'
'. felture, School, Building, Bridge and one of the. Invited guests will nay that a sng- lie Is permanently located as E. M--.. -.' vj
have received; the vote from only ISprrclnctKj Reel that it be reinedleil wn al9ocall ILttl'lItion W. C.Lockey. J. W. Crarey, ,
''Building-all have nl'ce balances to and the total vote cast In those all.very )pleasant Refreshments occasion were was also enjoyed B.'rv..dl and by to the broken panes in thft windows Clerk Chairman. Andartleu's OptlcJau, In Pensacola. ," r,'1
their credit. find the shutters broken off of the
as all returned thanks to the Prof. and his eeeEFFs1EEFEEFEEFEE
precincts for the various odlcora are :;
court house, and. I It seems to us, that (belittle
The Board of County Commissioners fallows: wife for tlia pleasant: evening eujoyed. expense necessary to repair same .FEtFFEEFFEEEEEEEFFEEeEEE''R'44Ct EEEEFFFt,. ;, 1'II

held their regular monthly session For! U.'S. Senatorr'! 'On Friday evening of last week\ a very would be money well spent > "" ./ -_... .: .
Monday transacting routine business. John N. (3. Stockton, 173 large crowd assembled at the high school We also regret to find the walls defaced '" II'.,;. :. "' "" .. ...
They also let the contract for a steel bniIdIna to witness! the closing exercises"' and we bnlll'velt the duty of the county -. ", .. '.. "
James 1' Taiiaferro.2lrbFor
bridge to be erected across Holmes ''of.. very snUne-isfnl term of school: the olllcers to take It upon themselves. to II' ..."" I ,
creek at Vernon. This is a good thing. .Governor: iollowliiH program being rendered for the try to prevent the marking and otherwise II II' < ,. '"
N. H. Rroward. 201: evening' nmutnmenl/ "The Old Maids disfiguring of the county building( '" i'I' <
County Treasurer Howell'requests It. VV. Davis, l.TO Club and Mother Uooa"." which was enjoyed i and that parties. canicht to the Act should ." .. ",' ':il'
us to state the fact and we do so with For Secretary of State by all. Teachers and pupils alike, be punished to tile full extent' or the law. '
pleasure that there Is money in the deserve much credit.4onrtProcedlux. I %ve find the poor farm In very good\
Jan., K. Brooms 08 Do You Know Good
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condition .
treasury to pay all warrants up'to and the crop growing nicety.We a : '
II. Crawford 207
Clay I jpgt t
June tat, 1904. This includes all thefunds. : ; .. lt Week. call the attention of the County Commissioners : : T
'For Rfiprotfiitutlve
: I the buildings
to ) foundation of the -
And all those holding warrants .
W. A. Bryan 307 (State vs. John II. Rnzl. r; kllllnn a'' there
are requested to present same steer: not having sUlUclent oncloure" | j We have (examined to the bet of our ?
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for payment. For Sheriffv: not. proa. i I ability tbe Treasurer's records, ,which. ;: If you. do" you_wIll not loose. any time In Cominar, our store, J-.. ;?$

.. 1 Esther Lodge No. 144 F. '& A. M., Tom Chas J.G.Watts Allen, 213 874 State vii. I\rrll. Aurllla: Adams. grand: I'r i I we Ing rind of the neatly County kept on, and.June financial let -to standi be as.. SI if not( come any way. ,",", jl 1 .,1-\...jj..I;. < Y'.

at Caryvllle, will give a Masonic- cele- v For Clr'cnlt\: Clerk : -' larcenyftiol.; pros. follows: We'have a large and well assorted line of M' 7 >' '::< "
.bratlon St. John's Day June 24th dn State vs. Rlrble Scarlett wIlKully : ,
\V. : Cash oo hand for General R v.'Hll> I.l:3: '
C, Lockeyi 395 'T > -
'connection with Woodman of the World. Assessor shooting an animal; pload guilty lined School .. ., .._. R21984 '" 'j ;'fl; ; /. .

There will be a barbecue. Hon. W. For Etta and costs. BrldgeandBaitdlog... . . .. 213'J 01 .
B. Farley,-of Marianna, will deliverthe .T.-W. no wen, 119 I! State vi. Carey rotten;, contempt; flood 1 lliilldlna . ... liap.1Iloeand ;S Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Etc J lC ;:|

Masonic address. Th ...Woodman J. W. Williams 253 fl. Forfeiture. . .. .. ..$:\4I73I '" '" .,);'_ ,

will have able speakers to represent For County Commissioner: !State: vs. Jessie Potter; contempt;; Hoed : Total I amt. of all funds on hand 4l27: :x11L II'" '" ,I' 1', ,,
them. Everybody and especially sister p'. A. Dall I<'y. 70 *l -_' We find th' ofeesof the Clerk of the mJjJ '''', ;J" ,- ,,<1"1,

lodges and brethren, are invited.., :A. L,. llarrell. .. ,-Jll itato. va. Tom Walteit; con temp; Riled Court tendpnf'T, County Collector.-aud Judgo* School: Sheriff Snperln-', with ::: The" price of these goods are: marked, down to the lowest notch = ', '; ";. ;

A a *1. 'I M M,
records '
Tallrerru aud Dsvla.From neatly kept aud commend them I
-. oos State vs. Wm. Brown; larceny of a!! for their eftlcie ocy. M'e. '
.: the'best Information v gatheredfrom lamb; trial ve 'dlcntot 8t1l1ty. ||, Wo cull the attention of the County -T when it '" ''j.j'"J'
C" f: : : : 1 the latest reports en the Senatorial !State ,A. [I. !Show r Justice Commissioners to the necessity of morn I J Now comes to-furniture, wee: ::
: : :: va. :: Appeal
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house '
Furniture '
1 and Gubernatorial races; show DI..." )'{. 31; dl mUed. j I shelving the Clerk's vault, and If peaslble can your throughout! : T ,,; .

oo that Mr.' Taliaferro will go back tithe sTate vs. Mrs. Nanole Knlckmeyer" f floors, to'remedy of the condition of tho ; The' 9rice J3 iOWrTor: either_ cash or inrI : ',
; on account tlio'dust Injuring tbe
U Senate handsome majoijlty, .
3. by a .
I stallment.- ,'
discharged. of the records. : '
Will Peel of Quincy was a'visitor and there Is a probability that R. W. contempt; | covers "" ,/

''here -Tuesday. Davis will nil tho governor's chair lor I 't*?ate vs. Jerry Home; breaking and Wn Court extend far: our conr..I..llllhoWII thanks. to the u.-Honorable and to- M ;.,...
entering a building to commit( a felony ; -
r. E. bailey made a' business. trip the ensuing term. I plead guilty. ; our able.and efficient Statu'a Attorney. tcourse '":? have theni, for we.. ash4:, : ,
to Vernon Monday. I' for serviced rendered liS. UrO.CerleS. ":J' .'
State Vs. II. 17. Savage: r asaaillt with
; Feellng'tbat wo have done our whot '
". K. U. Harrell, of Pensacola was a1I."i"itor Intent to murder) trial verdict guilty of duty as Grand! J I urorl to the bent of our .T wet1aJot.hershave-! .: ,

here ,Tuesday. -- E S.P'C aeuravatod assault: ; not sentenced "to' ability, we tnbmlt this as our general .'. ?-t' :... /. ,

;. 'tW. -Campbell and wife visited. death. presentment lOud ask that the same bo '" :. ...,....'- "

,iDe Funlak, this week. I I State; ex vs.-parto WHII&pruce..duoll.FelpR; malicious[ound def.mis'Chief .nil- tnrtn.ATTKST published. and we be discharged( for. the 'S" 'Make your wants and wishes, kho\n at our .store and'- ':35'" ;. ':,. ,,; ';'.. '\ ;

1//Mlas: Lerja McQeachy visited friends llucb. snf.1nlll\ne. consigned to state asylum : n. I. MH.LKB: ''' 1I.
7::: guarantee satisfy them. : r ,!f
; Bonifeay: last week. We are having some tine weather. -for /jtatn vs. T. B. Nelson; aaault (and'I'n K.- O. DORSK.1'oremao.Clerk.: we f :,, :

l Carey Horne,-of Pensacola, a killing jrana tin:? week. ,. verdict, guilty. -
upent .
Miss Kates of Ron It", visited -- -------- -- I .
few hours here State T. B. Nelson not.
Tuesday. relatives In thl: community last Sunday. va, ; trespass;. :NOTIC: .

Hon. T. A. Horne, of Marianna, was Mrs J. W. Bush N quite nick with pros.: Nirthra" I.hereby trlran that bids ...llf bo recelr. II' ;. ."" ''WItIII"! "
t-tSl vs. Al. Brown *s..aut! with Intent ed '" ., .. '"
a yisitor here Saturday. neuralgia this week, but we hope she ; al tharia-ulariueetlnvof the Board of County 'ifiii"
; to murder; charge reduced to man- CommuulcHWMtnJiily. to tot contract to build ., ; :
D. C. Ketch am, of Pensacola, 'vlsit- may son recover ulaligbter' ; plead guilty bridge acroa Hard Laborcreak' : on Vurnon and : ; ? '
Eld. J. W. Bosh and wife attended Marianna publlc.'n..l. .
f<\ friends here this week. at Liberty Hill church In Holmes state va Kd. Smith mnrdflr.1i/v..dfct./ By order uf tha. Board In spxjst ameba. t&IaAtbwt '" .'" ". '" '.

Dr. T. 'G. Yates, the optician spent county late Sunday:: guilty, with recommeodatlonr? nhperey i ,! ?4th da d$aytx 1'04. ; :"" t... :::: .. .. ;", :.j'. '

Tuesday here. lie has a good trade Hovnral the .y..nnK people ot 'fl hi l. State vs. Abraham and Oirficld Potter;.J W,:C.. LockF 3.w.Cravey.; '" .- .J .._ .. ., '

at Chlpley : community attnoded the school-) exhiblraor! I murder; not. pros. ,I'. (:1".... Chairma. a9iiiiiiiji3'Jiij'3'J. #'#,#3t iilsil99. J #)'Di9iiii. ,;
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