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Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
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June 16, 1904


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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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It .. COST-, QF HONEYMOONS\ I qnently proves one of the .most pleasIng I _532.- -. r- MEETING AN AUTHOR.Robert I I DIVERS AFTER PEARLS. ... '

: : sights of their trips. There they ,
,;.0.-..... .' I bad music, lights und flowers galore Darr'a trill to '11i. Prl.n4Captain .....1. Work l.*D.adlr. Mad The r .

I '' ,WOW THOSE SPENT IN. WASHINGTONMAY which they were at. as much IIb.'rty! ; to Blttyu Reid Do Not Live Lone. "
;; Robert Ourr the .. thor. told with rear I Sabers do not live long. They ,
enjoy for their $10 u day jlll.thp western!
VARY 'IN EXPENSE couple for their f:UUO a day. To the Trade ,glee. IIow-l'lpt.llu! Mnyne Held.'I'bo''a" often dive TO a depth of 100 feet or> d

"True, our state milt t t. In con "'1111 of his. tame to London and I more, and the strain wears them out ..J 1

prldoanroona; .. a Itnl.' AreH... stunt; demand, still a honeymoon con b< in his address! to Rarr. The latter : before their lives are half over. Froiu '
,anrdleie of the face of TI..... on1Seldal spent Washington n on a wonderful}) 1 : lurtcd to cull on Reid. He did not these depths. a diver usually brings ;

$ %. ; Toaro-How" *3OO n Day WaUf Minall amount of money without dIe '. Know the street and itching/ 'bun nmn two oyster shells each "trip." It Is on

f' > peat I" a hotel In he Capital. playing penurious qualities a trait O' If his vehicle! passel: such and such a the mother of pearl" In these.. that tile

ly Why la it that so. man;* bridal eoupl character from which the averasAmerican : ; < -cCIF T'S-}- street was assured that It: did. In duecourse European depends for btu sure profit
the street In blslettt'
he .
bridegroom Is' absolute) upon Pearls are "plums. wblch only otcasloniilly -
.. to tbelr
come Washington spend
Reid auld lie had tnkt'ira
Muynt fall to his lot. Divers work
fre Washlnirton Post.Between .
honeymoons Perhaps the question can; ? corner house In tills street and added< for a wage, cud all the shells. brought:

not be satisfactorily Answered but the two tills choose' neithertietween : that be bud a 'dt>lIghtfulIII'/ etl and a up are the property of the employer.

,,,' fact remains that the capital Is a great choose both.Kt.vard.i STOV'5S high "..11. ""'heu I got down from the' In "Studies 'In Brown Humanity'""'

.. )Mecca tot the newly wedded. .>wowe two goods j bus" .Hiiya" Mr. Burr. "1 round Unit the Hugh Clifford describes Malay pearl

people say :that It Is because Washing- corner house bud a high wall end fishers. They anchor on the oyster'

+ ion U restful rind that at this one pe;; Twentr Sbot. in II lAt (lead. doubtless behind It a delightful giintcn beds l. or an! near them as possible, be -
rlod In their lives men and women do which answered perfectly the Jem-rip-\
says nnd the diving takes place twice/
there Is YOU NEED T Te
the tlm a kM'PI.rol1'a
''i not care for bustle They 'W'IUt to be tlon which Captain Muyue Itcldbud a ilny.
Hertfordshire estate who bUll
r' able to devote some thought to each givenme..
"All the boats are manned at morning -
hlx bead.
tbotn In Nearly
other without fear of personal accident about twenty this flan wan m'd- We bate them. A Solid Car Eleven "1 said to n policemen bwnuse I : and evening and the Sulu boys! row
thirty yenta ago
Whatever the! reacon. the fact wanted to be sure! 'Could you tell me them out to the point selected for thee
,., remains that tbe! annual Influx Of brides dejUtally Shot by Hn under keeper and Styles, at prices ranging: from $y.SO'to where. Mr. Reid lI"c'I'And. be an day's opernttonn.) Tile white man In
holes I In the but
;;". > .' nnd grooms amounts to at least 20.000' ,thereWere twenty-two to this"hioy. $30.00. We also keep a few of ewered.'Do you ml'lInJr.: Reid, the aittborT charge always goes with them In orderto
Ii. .' he "' re."hl .b t I. preserved<< '
persona ., Injured had the those GOODBUGGIES And I replhd'Yes. Ko the po- keep an eye! upon the shells to resuscitate
: The never
; mate
':'" Tbe manager of one of the!: hotels of \liceman" pointed to thepremlws I bud exhausted divers and generallyto
extracted long between<< llf< .
;..of ,;. the cltywas\ asked In regard to the exVprnsea vend shots was lout hid Learinc. already selected ns the residence of my look after his own Interests.
death completely
of'a honey moon. friend. Therefore I went through the "Presently a Ulan lowers himself

f w. "Is"a honeymoon In Washington too .-Londou Stundurd. gate without fear and rung, the bell I1t slowly over the side, takes a long deep ,

expensive::: for a man with n moderatesalary Approval. : the!: residence, which stood some distance. breath, and then, turning head down
+p s ,J ," the reporter asked. "or.' ,n It did Qualified the ?" bncfc In .tire. gAr e'n. I was admitted ward swims Into the depths, bin limbs
"How like& opera
u t be reduced to an economical"bnsi*.with von" and asked If Mr. Reid wan at showing dimly In froglilte motlom mi-,
t "I'lrst:" rnt('. niMwoml Mr. Cumrox. i
out:displaying" the! limitations of the ". didn't care much about the tune borne. I wits told that he was mid was ill It the water be! very deep he III I

bridegroom's purse should be happen .to they played but It ,u ..orc'nt\ comfort fiND shown Into n room on the left bund completely lost to slgbt.

'r be of tbe less wealthy chittt" to have enongth noii Mo drown thevncnous side of tile passage., Waiting there "In a few minutes be comes Into e

"That question need not ben vexedone. conversation that was goingon some time, an old. Rllppered man came view again his face! straining upward
." repliedtbe affable/ mutineer; "A Star. in. whom I did uot recognize. yearning wltb 'extended neck for tbe-
f, honeymoon In Wanhlujttour can be as around me.1VashIwrton/ }WfVOONS 'Do you wish to see me?' he nsUed. air that he now needs so sorely.' Ill

costly as the purse cnn buy or It"can bt A ..,001.1_. Ota...... t tw. I 'rose from my chair and replied. 'I hands cleave the water In strong downward -

'sptblit on au anmzingly'arnnll amount If Mr. Crlttlc.'k-\IIsl: Art: tells me slir have called to see Captain Mayn: Reid. strokes! ; hIs form grows momentarily -

yon will of.course, colder the luxury: does. most!
afforded by our modern hotel.. ., l\Js'SI..I'tz-1 think she meuna with c would be very glad to show you ly. '1 am CimrleK Reade.' wltb whichbe tense expression of his staring face is

.At this moment I hove "n' mind a tbe.aid of a glass.-! Exchange.; \ turned his back upon' nje'! and left plainly visible;! When the quiet surface
mon from Chicago who brought his ( through our Store. Of course we me there alone. That was the only timeI of the sea splashes In a thousand drop

t bride here on thejr wedding trip.JThelr A good name Id mtber'to be chosen don't wept to sell you ; .we just had the pleasure of meeting! one of of sun steeped light as his bead tears

'living expellers amounted to noinetbjnglike than great riches!!, and a loving favor Enghind' greatest authors. Captain through It, and his bursting lungs.-ex-
,j S p $300 a day that amount being rnther than sllvefor gold.-Solomon.JIODKKN want you, to Mnym: hell had taken a corner house pclllng:; the Imprisoned air draw In the
'k pent In the hotel. But then" the! In a street of the same name In Mulda b..poth"blc'h they crave In long bard

manager added "this man hud an almost "J'R1UMI'II4'\ 8UUOERY. Give us a call. Vale some miles! from where Mr. gasps.. If the dive! bus been n deep one

"'' unquenchable' for rnre old Wonderful thl.igt are done for the human Charles Keade 'resided. during his last' a little blood may be seen to trickle
'Wines and things In BCJIBOH and out of body by curgery. ">rir!n. are taken out and days." from nose and mouth and ears. At
saraped end polished and nut back, or they
eAsoa. But there la Just one thing'I may be removed o1nUrl'I1:.bonC'1 are, eplioedpices MODEL GUEST.Do times even the eye sockets ooze: blood
,. wish to say In connection' wltb the I takes the place of V ": jr' American bridegroom: I cannot recall vein antliiopptio dreinluit.. am applied towounds I Coleman. the! diver has been subjected."
b one Instance where tbo quality does bruises burns, and like Injuries Kno-m; Ja.t when. What .Dd
: "' .bold be be' of wealth before Infliimmlnn eels .in, which onuses lion to Ua or Not to Do. '
} not good, n man I liem+ to heal without m1tturl'ltI.' and In CHILDREN ARE' SANE.
," 'b or ono of modest Income. He never one-third tlit- time required by the old A really fine specimen of the guest

',; .' 'questions! tbe price of things. This troutmeiib Chumberlnin'n I'nlo Uitltn, .cu OI-I.IPI."E, I LA.. who does his best! has a spirit: which Bat Grownup People Most of Th. .
even true, concerning the engagement on the tiime principle It Is an HntUovptlo ri. cannot be broken by weather or weari!
proves mid when applied to such Injuries, Are Mar or Leu Leone,
it \ of our apartments He cutlass them to hca! wry quIokl.T. It .iiloonllnvi ness. lie cnn mnuage-to talk to anyone There la one disadvantage which It

spends his money generously; and with.. the pnio and orenrssvKeep a liou 3 even. If he should discover with a Involved in the very nature! of education
out consultation t e of Pain palm In your home a..d It will shock that be Is sitting! next to hIs we'have
-tbut Is. that to assume
sxva tune! and not to mention
"J remember we had as guests at yon money worst enemy He knows bow to come '
the Iriconvciilenou IIncl8uft'lfrlng which such that grownup people! are representa
the same time ,with our $:00 a day 'injuries entail, for sale by 8. K.: MeGeucby -. Into any discussion' uud how to keep tive. We have even to go tbe lengthof

couple a newly wedded' hair from New &; Co out of' U. He does'not seek Ills ownnmUflt'tTlput. assuming that grownup' people are

England. Their dally expenses were! yet he never tolls to show! sane. When, we talk about 4"nc.'Ou..aglngbealth "

,," $10.' Now using .these ngures. which tliap be Is nlniiaed. He Is tolerant of In children nod discouraging:

axe entirely accurate, one COD quickly A WHISTLER PICTURE.Tbe every opinion,: and though be may have morbidity when we talk of such an.u'h
: see that luxurious living-It can be ---- many convictions of bill own and may abnormal Interesting

Is Dramatic M .nn... of Its Mlsletiand to do them Justice be a Id'being
purchased for the latter amount- not state them no us
or "neurotic or a genius we are
out of an Antlellmaz. LOOk Harare ; "tries to proselytize.Ills .
so frightfully expensive as our never all the time taking for granted tbut we
,- town friends picture.. Really the Whistler was one day visited by a visit Is not a mission and .he ourselves have attained to wllov

:' amount of money to be spent Is morea foreign artist nu old acquaintance never for a moment fancies himself on profitable and eternal In human nature

matter"of taste than the condition of With whom Whistler bud not as'yet 'tbe' hastings. In a debuting society a. But there is at least .something that

'. one's purse." quarreled. Hesas; received with genuine ) pulpit or a court of )u UCt>. Above all. may reasonably be.said upon the other

,At this Juncture the manager reached cordiality and artist-like! be ran i he bus n good opinion of'.himself. Good slda. It- may at least very plausibly
-Sr ? + (, and threw' open tbe door of the round the studio looking at everything.One --WE c &Y A COMPLETE LINE OP-- ,- : wlnp needs. no bunb. lie bus no desire be maintained that It Is cblldren who.
f ;a:;: 0'1 :\Vtato bridal snlt displaying a verlta- small picture seemed to charm hIm -: .. :. { to boast but be Is certain that be will are age after. age sane and reliable .. +!
'" and be said, "Now tbut Is'one t If his hastens aligns
ble glimpse; of fairyland, This cham- especially not' be Rllglitrd. who nft-
and people are, age
'./. 4 .-" :::ber la'the' most 'expensive room In the of your.good.ones.- ""Don't look at BuggIes, ,Vngonf!!il, j to him a dull Job he Is mire It Is becauseshe er age grownup more or less fantastic and dis.

-., ,r hotel Its size does not differ' materl- It dear boy. said Whistler airily.:"!t'e l. I thought/, be could do It well and If concerting. The great majority .of
,,4 i J t ally; from the less elegantly furnished not finished." "Flulsbedr said the 'X-.rRrnesH. I b? feels !It to bo really below his powers grownup people In any age will be In 1 .

:.,. : rooms but In magnificence It rivals tho visitor. "Why, It Is the most carefully I-Iard. we. he takes her mistake Into account not all probability slightly! Insane; for slnco! .
i, '. of finished of that I have while Is under her roof but when \
I' uiost gorgeous. bedchambers Europoan picture yours he no human philosophy Is perfect, and '
: realizes seen" "Don't look nt Itr'! &1\'''- be receives her kind Invitation.
itk ; palaces. One speedily; ever next
Pain txnclWE Grocerlc since every human philosophy naturally
".5 ,'(r ;., 'that to comprehend Its beauty color stated Whistler. "You" are doing InJustice lIe Is not plagued by that craving of' treats Itself as If It were! perfect tbe

temperament becomes a necessity to yourself you ore doing Injustice the oversensitive to be! like their company chances' are In every generation that

i'%.' Investigation reveals walls of plain tq my picture, and you ore do- GUARANTEE TO SUIT YOU IN. GOODS: AND PRICES.OALL'ON .- nor does he! belo+ll: )to that race of the majority of educated people will be

.... moire damajik, the color of which deepens lag Injustice to met" Tbe visitor looked ,born dissenters. who would always. rather ecstatically certain of something thatIs !
from: the faintest. shade of shell bewildered! when Whistler, In a theatrical be different. Children the other
quite untrue. on
pink to the rich blush of the rose. This tone, cried opt "Stopl I'll finish U8. But alas conscience and talent do
band It might be maintained r'preolent
effect' 1.'contlfluec1lu. the less rich hangings It now!" Then be! procured a .very not olwnys go together. There are some the actual primary and untouched
and draperies of the same tints. small" camel's hair brush, fixed.It en along YOUR.TRADE'AND blgh principled guests who are terrible
We SOLICIT PROMISE TO GIVE YOU human nature Whatever agrees with
lines and slender handle, mixed a little bores. In their solicitude to be
't- while tbe carpet reflects the same agreeable that Is. sane; whatever disagrees withIt
L. which become! ,lightened by windows speck! of point on his palette, dipped they never stop talking. but pursue Is eccentric. Children, are always
." covered wltb rare old lace.!' The furnl- tbe tip'of bis... brush Into It. and then. Prompt -, and Courteous Attention.Respectfully their garrulous Ideal like a dog following children or. to limit the matter }with,

ture la of Louis XIV. period the color standing off from his picture and wltb f .. | a carriage. To every Interruptionthey more! precision babies, at any rate are
wt"'< x :'HCh Is curried l of fencer with his rapier. S Immediate but momentary
,7i!.,f.. ine out lu'.the upholster- II tbe action a ( give always babies. Dut few will be so
: floral forward and touched the\ and breathless -Lon.
:b tugS of figured''damask In dainty be lunged attention run ..on. paradoxical as to maintain that men
designs and scroll effect", while tbe picture .In one spot with his pigment don Outlook.
are always men or women always wo-
., .: with finished" said he. "Now you I .
,, ;our poster bedstead Its canopy. "Nowvlfs .
men.-Black and White.
F'::. 1*sold to be' an exact copy of the orlg may look at It' This was' all highly :llh'Qrttt & m Evolution of the Folding; Bd. .
; ,- mitt at'Cluny, the cost of the bed. alone. dramatic and indeed very well acted Mrs. De o'lllt-lIn"e you anything An doqaoat Peroration.'

,It'/ 'being enormous. but as In the case of some! stage plays. .- now 10"folding 'beds "And." said\ the rising young politician
: "But how, do youVolsfce the expenses the final act of Wb tlpr'. performance' Dealer-Only this. madam and It as he reached his eloquent peroration

..,, ""i. '.>v run 'up .to $3UO a day 7" Inquired the proved to bean anticlimax. The! foreign really Is quit a success... On arising In "I predict! that, our candidate

I. \f? reporter.. artist took ,his leave, but finding! j' the morning you touch a spring! and It will when the! votes arc counted be
-.,"r ( :: .., --"Quite easily enough. This room. InI that be had left tils' umbrella behind turns Into a washstand and bathtub. found to have ridden to success upon
I ', ,eluding bath je $3} .a day Sucb guests him called for It next day, servant = '- .After your butb. you touch bother a tidal wave of glory- that will have

.''.. as occupy an apartment of that sort de- recognizing:: him. told him than spring, and it becomes a dressing case, swept all before! it like! wild fire! .break-

mand a>private, dining room, the latter! Whistler bad gone ouLfor the! day but V. C. BRENT Wn. II. KNOVLEIY. I{. 11YEK. JR., with a French plat mirror. 'If you Ing In flying spray upou the! strand
ranging price according' to the Iab- 'Invitedhim to go .to the studio and PBIUIUJ!I:III T.. TICK-PBE8I1: C, SIHKR: breakfast In your room a slight pressure where the sun of victory shall blaze

., ,.,'-''oration of- tbe"room and tbe table fur- seek bit umbrella. He went there and T. Vf. UJIENT.: : ASSISTANT CASHIER.: W. N. ROBERTS, ASSISTANT CASIIIKB. will transform It Into an extension forth It. most! effulgent. rays upon the

e .- nlaHng.- say $:5: for: tbe dhing room a found It, but oleo took the opportunity table. After breakfast' yowl press c10fle -or. one of the! most noble, most
'",day and $50:; Is disposed of at onc of having one more look at the picture The First-National Bank these three buttons at once"-and you memorable campaigns. that have ever

", ;i.- -row.10o- three! meals for two peo- Which bad been "Untuned! for bill special Bare an upright pIano: That's. all !twill been launched upon the sea of politics

';;*">":*" le.}td not so much aftefall.! when price- benefit die day before, and then OF FJBNSnCOJLK KJLK do. except! : that when you cUe It to gather strength and carry all, before !-
; ; :: 4.less wines are served" with luncheon and he saw that the little dab of wet paint can be! changed; Into a rosewood c01l10.N .- It like! the cyclone sweeping acnta*.

y- dinner.! which Whistler bad so dramaticallyput Transacts a General Banking Business. w York Weekly. the broad prairies from which even

1,4 "Game, fruit and vegetable out of on be had afterward scrupulously the orb of day has disappeared In ter
vx' season are worth their weight In gold wiped off osalul-Frederick- Keppel In ." Your Bualnea>.-Solicited, --- ror." -

'110 $100 Is a mere: bagatelle The re.tnalnlng -, The Read r. Too should never punish a child when

$tOO U paid for drawing room, DIRLCTORarWit. you are angry. and by the way, never Both ArtUtB.
'Hidden Water ..PpJ,, n. KNOWLES. A. BLOONT F. C. BRENT
room and board .for. maid. exclusive 'of I'COld.a. man for getting drunk until "My paw said the blind man' boy: ,
'* The Investigation of a neglected W. K. HYER D. O. BRENT J, LEONARD
'carriage. ; after be Is sober.Atchlson:-Globe. "con tell dimes from pennies! and nickels .
New spring or rivulet may bring! JQ light a
Meanwhile tbe couple from Eng.
from quarters by Just feeling of
land wereserenely content In their. valuablesupply! of water for gardeningor Stir up a man's wrath if you An ugly husban makes'faithful a SUED! HY illS DOCTOU. them. .
bright room. with adjoining domestic purposes! A surprising 'A doctor here has s"'.-d ma for (12 N> t
apartment ""comfort wblch quantity Is often' obtainable by Installing want his candid opinion of you. one.It's which I claimed was xoctxlva: for a ot eof "l1ub. ,replied old Hardphlsfs son
bath andevery cholera. mrbu.'says R Wbl.e of Con.ehella. that's nothing My pa can tell the
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cost them $3 a ay. Their meals: being a ram at some" seemingly Insignificant It always unmans a woman very easy not to believe in C-.l. Allhe trial I be praised hU difference' by the smell."-Chicago Rec
'an .elaborate source. A ram Is cheap because medical skill and inrdlvhie. I asked l him '
ordered. from of di
r f Judiciously when she obtains a decree divorces if you've never been _ord-Herald.
,!i J' ..'. tuenu. amounted: to $6. while the coroblned -tbe first expense !.Jbejnst there It j It w.sboIChen.berlsin'.Cohn.: C holer"n
'* 1 being'no cost maintenance cud It issatisfactory vorce. -. .. married. awl Umrrhivt.* lU-mmljr be lined a.* 1 bed '
& husband and l '
& tips of good; roninn talielleva it WM, nod he woul J A woman Is never known to advertise -
.;f'fyf'.C: '' the smn "of $I.-maklng: $10, because the mm requires A man is treniendoasly strong _A woman's change of mind is not lay under oath \it was not "'.
.!k f '.':"VSi'lCThesu two young" people jnjoyed the entire no of-ltselfj-rCoontry Once started It Life tales InAmerica when he pushes '-himself, into an example of' an effect withouta ell"could' of use cholera a better morbut.remedy.. ttina It never this 'tail In a. "at d no questions asked. She would
.. *i?&'Alt* la the pnbllc dining room seeing cause. < '
temptation. olJ Co.
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Trucker gives the total ship-'
I Historical Data Concerning the Canal That Ir;
is natural that during the
EVERY THURSDAY. ments of Irish potatoes from ARE AFTER
Will Cut the Isthmus. .
... heat of the campaign many thing!I there and other nearby places, j ,

ubacrlptlom $1.00 per year' In adranoa. may be said of an acrimonious this season, at 79,500 barrels. The following was compiledfor HYOURx TRTtDE .

r nature, but when the battle of They sold at $3.25, $3.5; and $4 a business house which wished _

Catered at tha puitoffio at Chlpley,Fla., a* the ballots is over, every good. barrel board of And guarantee you will make no .
per on cars. to give its customers some information -
id claM mall matter. '
mistake In buylnafroUl ua If It la
citizen loyal democrat, '
every About $300,000 were1 realized. this i
--- on subject.
..iI should stand by the result of the ... '
II1IIii t- W. W. JONBO.JCdltor.: election, and should be- faithful The largest summer school in The Republic of Panama was> hi\d\ lytel] ; toodg> ( {YoiW2u\t\ .f

.. of Colombia until Novem-
to the nominee of the party. the world will open at Knoxville,
Advertising rates furnished on application. ber 3, 1903, when it secured its I AT REASONABLE PRICES. ; .
There should be no left-over Tenn., on June 28, for three -
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months. It will consist principally independence. It is about as We carry a full line of Dry Oood. DresGoods. -
grudges animosities and un-
Thursday 1904.
: June 'Olh Maine -.
I !', __--_--- U- kindness, but all should pull together of teachers from twenty-.large as had a. population Cloth In ir. Chore, Hau. Uroccrlec, I
I for the of the four states, and there will be 100 of 300,000: Its chief ports are
It is good county -
all Lets shake
over now. the capital, Panama, Etc., and no merchant In town can beat
and the state and leave al skilled lecturers on the various
hands and be good again. ,
conflicts until the next primary. phases of educational work. The about 2,000. These pOPulatiOQ"1 our price '

The primaries are" over, now attendance visited annually by
One good thing about American year was more -- -
prepare to line up. for the November than two thousand. I'.OOO vessels, which land over 1- .
citizenship is that citizen
election. every .,.. .- I 000,000 tons of merchandise and 9rgalwsyshaveafull line ofSTAR
.. hay! right to aspire to of- (
any If you are thinking of chang nearly 100,000 passengers, chief-

The annual convention o'f the fice, from the Presidency of the ing your place of residence, you 'I ly for transfer over the isthmus.

Florida Good Roads Association United States to constable, but who live outside of the "Land of The commerce of Panama

will be held in Tampa: no man is j justified in saying I I '
.... .. Flowers, come to Florida. And, amounts to about .$3,000,000 pe'r I BRAND .
things that are untrue or using incidentally, you can't find':it: .better -
We must make minds annum.
up our m
.to elect the Democratic nominee unwarrented arguments to fur- place to live than Chipley; Panama has been called the I SHOES '

...for president, whoever he may ther hrs cause. Whether thesethings this is attested by the fact that "Gate to the Pacific," and the ,
I have been done or not, about nine out of ten who leave "
the Universe and
"Key to a
be. I II and you_tnow they areahe beat. _
when the contest is over, _
here, return. ere long. perfectly I h h
I ---- -- waterway across he st' mus as
f The campaign lies can now should make up his mind to satisfied that Chipley is THE& ; I been the dream,of centuries. In the DRESS GOODS and CLOTHING' LINE we have ome it .

"lie off" for a while. It has cer- stand by the result. place. TREMENDOUS. IJAROAINS.OOIMLDB. \
I In! 1879, a French company, to
been laid thick AS TO THE LOSERS. S : '
tainly on enough with Ferdinand De Lesseps as SEE: : TJS. S
There is always dissatisfied
recently. We believe that every democratic
; 1 voter should make up his element; you.wi1lfInd it in .relig- president; was organized to con-
There is earth struct a canal, and began workin TiLi WellsBro :
no place on. mind to stand: loyally by the will ious, social and fraternal organation. !- .
where one can enjoy such de- ". The full desires of individuals 1881. After it had spent$156- teat
of the majority. There shouldbe '
. .
S lightful breezes in summer as no ill-natured aftermaths. cannot and never "WiIbe 000,000 on the isthmus it went -.0
we have in Florida. I satisfied. Men of today are bankrupt. A new company was !
.. .. Suppose the looser had been the e '
1 formed in 1894 and continued the :
As the days go by the pros- winner, would you not naturally I like old man Adam, they want"I work on a small scaled The work DEKLE & CO. ''it''I' ,
something that has been denied ;Bankers '
pect for Parker to be the Democratic expect the other fellow to take I I i I }

nominee for president his medicine like a little man,and 1 them by the people, and like .a,! done constitutes two-fifths of the OHIPbEY FU (
I' canal works.In -..
spoilt child fret and >
brighter and brighter. be satisfied in a measure at least, they pout,
grows .. and need a good sound spanking. 1902 the United States decided n This bank offers Its services for the transaction of all branches or If'gltlml\&f! '
with your success? While there .. Id banking. Collections receive prompt and careful attention and all remitted
The diversification and intensification to out the project In t .
carry ,for on day of payment at current rate of exchange.
is but office and two
one men are
i in politics is over now Notwithstanding his sphinix- February, 1903, the rights of the \ --.t"". twllrlt TOOT'S '
running for it, it cannot be expected -,: like silence, which so troubleshis '
lets do few shouts in New Panama Canal Companywere
a whoopingup
: opponents Alton B.
that both will win, and Parker '
the Washington county fair. what we say to the candidates we is still steadily forging ahead towards secured, end November 18, .
< i the Presidentialnomina- 1903, a canal treaty between the TAYLOR SfbAltt! tr tINt \ .
The proper thing for the disappointed say to the men who supportedthe >
tion. is
Mississippi the ]last to United States and Panama was
candidates to do is to candidates: If your favorite
instruct for him. Verily the signed at Washington. It has TAYLOR t,
give hearty support in the November falls, be man enough, be Democrat trend toward a '"Sane Democra- I COMPLETE .
'be citizen to cy" is seen everywhere in the been agreed that the United SAW KILLS j .f
electron to those that got enough, enough I
States shall obtain, of five '
old strongholds of the a zone jc44L "
there. lay down your prejudices, put i
< iV > your sword back in its scabbardand I The tendency cling to those miles on each side of the canal; I 3UTFITS Newly .
outworn creeds with which the .
The question of celebrating Panama will receive $10,000,000 -( .'
stand by the result of '
loyally EquippedCoils :
b e.glorious Fourth is now being organization nearly madeship- I and an annuty of $250";Ooo,' be- ",
the conflict. wreck of itself in the is '
past, mUST
? Works! :
discussed all over the country. .. now seen only in those states ginning 1912. I' I

What is Chipley going to do It is not a question now whether where republicanism is always The canal to be built by the KILLSHILL 0 '' '
Machine '
about it? we shall gratify the wishes of dominant. United States is a high level ca- s ; :''i

n rtVi i mmf+.I B III .. ii T--LII .' Shops am! :';
Mr. Bryan or any other individual. nal, about 85 feet above tide=. water .
They are again having a!warm 'It is a question of choosing The Constitution created Con- The number of looks will SUPPLIES Foundryw.
old time' out in Colorado. Suchan gress, and yet the Supreme
would be disgraceful a candidate who can win and rep Court has decided that the crea-I be five. The Atlantic terminusis E7tr Fir proof Roofing. Spray Pump.Moiuorf,n .Ir.*,Sopor atari.VV .
occurance store constitutional governmentin ture'is greatei? than the creator at Colon and the Pacific termi- will: Milk II to Your Interest to Figure! with Us.
.to barbarians let alone civil- .
this county, and events have and that the Constitution does nus Panama bay. The course '
ized Americans.. MALLARY. BROS. MACHINERY' CO.
.. prpved beyond all doubt that the not go to the Philippine Islands of the canal if from northwest to w

until Congress sends it. Edi- .___.,.... MACON. CA. .
The State Democratic Execu- man of the hour is Alton B. Parker O'Brien southeast,The Pacific end being t.
tors and Dorr of the -- .
tive Committee meets'.tornorrow of New York. 28 miles east of the Atlantic. : -- .
1 ... Manila Freedom. must now.spend n.T _' \
to the vote for U. S. Senator months in demanded Manama is in about tne same t ati nal Ban1i ,.
canvass Dr. Parkhurst, the well known jail having in vain I .r lr .1 : :: .14;:'It.I'IRrlnnIl
Governor and Secretary of a jury trial. It would longitude as Pittsburg. The total
New York preacher, who usuallysees interesting to know whether <> ,, F1L. "'.
State, cast in the primary elec- length from shore line to ",
nothing good in anythingnot they will change the name of .i"
tion last week.. republican thinks Roosevelta their paper when thev rempve; shore line is 43 miles. The timeof Con .nacd tatcDII.nt I o.t Clo>.or JBuvln*,. Pt.oth i.O3. ;Y ,
the visible stripes which for transit will be lore to 12J4 RESOURCES. LIABILITIES.Bills ".. it(;
There are abundant indicationsthat very unsafe man at.t head of months will of dimen- Receivable and Bonds,....HW.ftSl 07 Capital Stock ..,.....:........... 80,000.00,'" '. -"" ';.
invisible hours for
the' people of' the United government.: His idea is that some cover the a ship mean U. S. Bonds and Premiums.... 13,500.00 Surplus Fund.................... 2.50000 '
stripes. sions. The cost to-complete the, .. ..............
States have come to the conclu- Teddy is like a box of dynamite r Fur! tore and Fixtures: ... .. '231.38 Undivided ProUts 8.083.68
DRIVEN: TO DK&fUUATlON.!::: canal from: its present conditionsis Cash: and Due from Banks.....-. 121710.70 13.MOOO .
sicn that a party that has absolute capped and fused in the hands ofa Living at an out ol the way place, fmfltn estimated to be $144oooooo Redemption Fund.............. 635.00 Deposit ... ...... ..... .... ,179,738.43 ",
control for eighty years is d-n fool, and that is about the Irom civilization, a family In often driven. .', '',
besides the $4ooooooo to be paid I W80.891.77Banlc .180,801.77
to desperation in cane of'accident. resulting -
sure!to be corrupt and ought to opinion of the whole country. In Hums.! Cut.. Wound, ITIuers, etc. French The Thle Commenced Bualnea. "ebru.rr: *tt S9O9.SSTBy .I""
to the
be superseded. The republican party realizes ly In a supply. Rucblen's Arulon Halve.Hi Company. written agreement, Interest will bo raid on Time Deposits. .:
the bast on enrih. i'fto at 8. E. Ida time required will be about eight
that it's so, but can't let go. Oeauby Jk Co. drug tore. I .'W'/H. IVIIIVTOIS' Cashier. .
Mr. Bryan's latest interview. years. The cost to maintain the
indicates that he will not abide canal will be $2oooooo per year.

by the action of the St. Louis I The Panama canal will shortenthe

Convention unless the candidate ocean distance between our ONE HORSE i LOST !l. :

and platform are to his liking. If eastern and western states about: ;

Mr. Bryan bolts he will not surprise I Can S awe" I IYou.1VIoney I 8oob nautical miles, and to western -, ;

a very great; number pea I parts of South America, A VICTIM TO li<':' :
ple. .about 4ooo miles. '

I. It is estimated that the tonnage }"

Chief Wilkie, of the U. S. secret of the.cabal traffic will .be One a(those f- 4

service, announces the discovery 7oooooo tons per annum.THATTHKUBBI.NG .

of a new counterfeit $100 ''I 1 .. <
gold certificate; it is said to be a I know It and Would quickly' leave yen. if yon used Dr.Kind's .. .
clever piece of work; there is not New Life Pil'a.! Tbou..nd.ol ulferera I
have proved their tnntvbleas merit
much danger of us or any other .Want You to Know It for Hick and .Nervoua Headaches. They Machines. ,
make pure blood and hitIM up your bull -- j. -
r country print shops getting manyof Only I 2-Vj Jlouey bark If not cured nold -
them thoug h. by 8..II:. McOeachy &; Co,druggtsla. } ;
L I Just how much I can save you depends on what you I t. ;"

The national treasury seemsto want in my line.I- sell most. anything 'you want in Secretary Shaw's recent speech USE THEMP ,,
have'slumped.. Instead of a the way of N w in which he thanked providence I

of I:for high prices of food stuff and "
surplus $14,000,000, as Secre- WHEN YOU CAN GET
tary Shaw promised, there will DRY GOODS NOTIONS, hoped we would never agahi see'a I 8

be.a deficit of about three times .SHOBSHfVTS : .I period of cheap living seems 8 Light i Draft i Deering I I.i I.
to be unappreciated by some of
that amout. For a season of I II

"unexampled prosperity" this is GROCERIES, FBED STUFFS.The the republican newspapers. The i 'GALIw :AND j.
Pittsburg Dispatch, forinstance, / 0 ,:
very.. depressing.In I ;',
The time to investigate a good thing is when the I says: "If the kindergartensneed Roller 3t :; fl- '<

the nomination of Senator proposition is made you. Prospective buyers will [f an object lessen on the danger \ '\ 11 "'' ,

Taliaferro for a second term in do well to consult us before making purchases. : of talking,.the speech of Sec t niMnCHINE. 'I' >
the United Stales Senate the democracy (! retary Shaw might satisfy. That Bearing .

of Florida has j justly be sacrificed commonsense to -( .- + \ "

rewarded a faithful and worthy ,J. WILLIAMS. .oratorical periods appears to ,be + ,

servant lIe has done a great i'the general verdict.'* It was FROM 'YOUR HUMBLE FIRM. I I t,1

deal for FJorida at Washington, P. S.-Don't' forget that I sell the famous "STAR- Gen. Benjamin Harrison, we. believe JPs I
STAR" Shoes far women and children. Everitt and Horne :.
aid his services will be more valuable men, who said "a cheao coat; | : :

to the people in the future, l makes a cheap man.". (4 -.. .. ,

from'bis experience and hard il tary Shaw's opinion ra' In.secre-l 8 CHIPI.EY, FLORIDA.: I {

work in for his )
congress people. I I. .. ner ma.kes.a cheap .

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.. .- To all that hold tickets to the chairs IB horebrfflTeU th..t J. J. MeCavkitl .NOW exphmerf:
bring them In on ibo 28th of Khls month; Cn.. pomhaaigol. Tax CertlDcotva. Noa, 5V o*. *lM. % !in the pat wontf*
ploniy nr dull! > -M au.(aTn, .4. dated the3r: rtayof June, A.
new Koorls ID stock. No
> I>., 1993. had filed judd crrtlflcatn In ofTr*. why you should h.ivt
my "L
times Peters ,sways' sells for a little and baa made application for tax deed to 'ham m the children photographed.YOU : _'
less. Yours to pl.--Josh.rett'rI. I acanrdanoe with law. Said cnrtlticatex : J
w..1 :
-a11'oND- the(Volt-wine. daaorlbed propl1l'ty.ltl\lIt.4In _: ,
); Freezers = i : 0 .-. ____._. Inctcn oriuntjrt FiorMa' lowlt: u4 tt 31, '|,. tn. \,
ice Cream tot
: : have them .6'L
r-o -.o-y .r. lo wt nj* of acl-4 A. .wl-4..' -,\- 3 tp. may aways ;;
... J .1 n.. r. 16>w; ....1-4 of ""I... arc. IS tp. 1 n.. r. 16 w: by you.
: J .wHorxec. :21. tp. ::2 n.. r.lltwIoi.land3andwtt ,
r: I 4 ..wl.4. -=. 4, tp. 3 n., r. lit w; all e of river himI ,- _______
wl-4o nel-4 end .M-l-4. urc. 8, tp. 3 n.. r. 14
.. I ctla1 .. ... rlrcr. eoc. 1M t..p. 3 n,, r. la" w: And When They Are Gone
: <' ,:' .'- "' : Roittrav. I I 'oti3.4. anvij< nle.l.4an4 eHnfHwl4. nc.. 1 :. 't' ? ., -.:, tp.3n..r.leww54ntnwl-4, .'.... art, tp. 3 n., r. t* :
: ." .','.. { .,"-' :. ., Regular services.. at tho" Daptlst church ... Theanld. land beIng aaxrawd. .t the date nf Probably never to return, you _
-" ,, HAM'-MOCI'S' th hiMancejuf Mucheartlfiualt-oln the nemo" Hi
'j. .(,)[ '" I., '. .. not $: Ilda,. 0 t n. JiicUcy C. W. Hu..,<.nll.. Knt.. I. would give anything. you bad _

..,. _. r" ..1, i ... -. 0 : Call on J. W. Nelson for cold IF, l>Ui'ivy! Unlfnown Unknown. Unknown. Un-
.. "4.01 Unknown ........"' Unloita said'
and fresh /ftrorerleg. ovtipLatoe elicit. be rcdnemnl. accordin to ,law Heeded These Wofds.

: Mr. %Wpll of Chlpi teller In tax ,dae ..... "lean thnruun on the.lath day of July _
: y, was a
: A. D. 1104.witmBH,
; : : : Fruit Jars Rubbers and : our midst, on !last Monday > my official ulrnntura and seal title. tholUbdayof

.' : Caps.A .< 1C, farkunfit I III painting II. IX flrocl'snew Juno. A. 0.1404.fSnalJ Vf. C. Txickcv. I S It not j usE as importtthatIheyshouldhaveone \

residence South: Clerk CIrcuIt Court WanhUiHton County (la. S _
; '" : .. A1 ford and family visIted "of your pictures to treasure f
; :: ', .. : : friends here one day land'week Department of the Interior. 1 when you are gone. .
: ,' : .r NEW LINE ."o! : Children the Land Office at Galncnvlile FI.... Jane 6, I exercise
.'. : ) ," : : Day Baptist N..lle.l. hereby triren that thefnllowlnanameddottier
: 1' church on Sunday evening commencing haa filod notice of his Intention to make
.' f at 8 final proii( in support of his claim and You Owe It
p. ra.flss'Fnnnle
that said proof will be made before Clerk Circuit
Coleman\ visited friends' Court at Vernon Fla.. m July 16,1904, viet l Cath-,
: rrI.... Harrln of Sri ton. FI.... Hd. 2WC4 for the n14nin.ne3utoe&ne14nisel.4.'c.'j'p. To your families and friends t1)
and relatives In Chipley last Saturdayand .
: 2 ,
Of FiisjCIass'WindowSli! des. Sunday. N.. R 13 w. have your. PHOTO taken occasion- '
He nameatheMIOMilngrwlrnemir. tn pcnve hUcontlnuoim .
The llonlfny Searchlight after an absence r...ild"nae upon and cultlyatlon of Maid ally. _
of about Is "deck" land, vie: John Barrow Joe Llarrell. Jack Barrell -
month .
on John Pitta", allot ,
agaln'thls week. r.. RobIn....... It you have none get '<|HTo.make !< '

: See Out New Rocking Chairs.a l i ::';.1' ': : Two loads! of,fine melons warn brought Ed. fne raid. Mevuiter :t' ,

'In from the country the first cf the week Notice of pplh"'Uo..I"'rT ut Uoed.Notice .

and placed on -markot at SSa a plern.Mr. 'In hereby'' given. that W. G. Hlnwin. pwrchaair ..
of Tax Certificate 51. dated the 3rd P L E .A S _
I C. A. }Fulford a citizen atidayoung daysiiunu. A. D. 1402 Jtaa mud aalit cwtlflcate

man,of our town, wa* nominated for In my..111.. ... and haM made with application I..... Said fur certificate tazdendthlneueine.o.rdemm :

Supt. of Public Instruction on Tuesdayof embracm" the following described property ...
Butler last ituated .in Wa.Mn ton ""unt). Florida toltl
Campbell : 8 t ; week. nw 1-4 nf tie 1-4 of 8.... 9. Tp. 3 N.. R. Id w.The you .some.
Work on thn new M.,E. church Will be.> aaid land belnir aamw'.ed. at the d ate of the IMHUanoe -,
,f inch curtidcute In the .
nf Unkiwwn.Unlrm
< nama
In full blast ooV In a few days., and when laid certiautte radumaed accord- i irs

completed l It will DA a very beautiful In t to law, tax deed will liMttatheraon on thn 9th The Time

I ____ u __ building and an ornament' to our proep'r 4n&c; 1TO4.)almature. and Maj'thl.. the

cull village. 6lh tiny of Juno A. J>. JW4.

0 0 0 0 . 00 OOOOOOOO"OO "6' Will that while | Sral.j, W. C. LOCKKV, ripe.
Flnnrv working
says i Clerk Circuit Court. Washington Count 1<'110.
- - .... _
''at tb\" stave mill one day last week that .c 0 "
{ Notice of CroatIan ur New ICIeclluuVletrlct. Notlr* art ppllcatlen for Tax De....
__. J be undertook to stop one ot the stave
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11 IoIiciJ- S.oa "-
1 llarruoor.I Notice 'la hereby given that .1.... W. Ward pur-
saws with bin. hind: and now 'ID consequent chatter. Tax vrttllcate No. 116
? C' i i ; <: 1 I our Now candidates that the are prlm'riea nominated: are over let every and:- \be 'Is ttarryln his arm In a sling petition Notice' with I 1M hereby the requisIte rlren that number there having of aiirnatureaprvauntud been a day In my of ufficn June and A. O.baa 11'11.made haa Bled application acid certlBcate for tax

having Injured his hand badly. to the Board nf County CnmnilxHloner .
: democrat reconcile Jilrnaeli.JO very tired to iMtue In .C1>>rdllnce wIth law. Said cutlllcate
the of Washington Cnunty. Florida aakfnir' that anew
I t-mbraCM" the following-described property.
% courr .40 < 1 situation and worli( >n '1'\fsuccealOlQt\ I5onlfyl III Said' to have the most modest election l :district beettabliHhed to pe knownand .."ual.... In Wanhinartim ", ,,,nt,. to-wlt: Lot 4,
) ai anna this week Esq. Buell Cook attended court at the and along the linn dnncrlbed an hereinafter., provided.. Sec It. I $., H.
_ party: n.d; ,N'ovrmber. Let us lay \) bashful young men Tp. 17 w. The neil land
)4 itCa1 Marianna Said election district to be known aa Precinct .
Tuesday. mei'imfd auch certificate
: pjI1e4 over a( laat. | aside owrtittle bickerings, prejudices fltbPtA.road: Young ladles that No. 21 described and bounded a* fnllnwatowlu. In the name of Unknown Unlcm aid certificate .
k2utaLKJ completed his Connty Commissioner A. W' Weeksspent VnappolntmenU and harmonize would' VtS &EXjrtod attend the differ I Ucrinnlnv In the. north-enat. "corner.. Vfeaklnirtan. Khali be redeemed according to law tax '
t County on the linedivlilinir the cuiuneHM'...f Jackson ........
Saturday in town. rour differences and elect our ticket deed will IMu.1.h. on the:2nd day of July A.
ent enWrtalnmeu'tlLbat' take place In oar .
-.1.1 | and Waahinrtoni: tliunce west> to. 'within .]4 D. 1W4.Wltnea( .
derfer T. J. "Watts left Sunday for sl- i All of our interest In Washington Go. town,'have no OOQ to Jfenort tlieni. Too trill of the northwest. corner of cretin three. (IJI) nnaectlim *my official ala-natura and meal this the
; s I J2aaaaWMaaa' a* demands the success of the democratic. '.. '--r .; : lino tawnHhlp four ((4)) north" ranire thirteen lat day of June, A. U. 1904.
aa0BnHBV0 sVI9 > I bad 1r 4fevKJ
((13)) wcHtt, thunoa south on subdivision! ilnearid -.
: J:! party. and as our county la the only [Seal.] W. C. LOCXBV.
.5 5- line dividing sections two ((2)) and eleven. (Ill) Clorlc.
"transact : Circuit ConrtWaahtnvton, County, Fla.
Deal of Oracevllle
Perry county in the state that is afflicted r Gay. to within )M mile. of aouth-oant. corner of ....,.
[ ed business here Viday. ;. I I with populism and republicanism we tim ten ((10)). towaahlp four (.1)!) north of moss thirteen 0
f Mr./ Ed. MoKsuzle has boplqultolll' the ((13)) thence nectUm, For Sale.
:: : should bestir ourselves to and wnntf woet on tine dividing
al summerCf Attorney D. J. Jones spent Tuesday unity past week. auction 11 and 14. ten 110)( ) and litter ((151) to the (Six acre' of land In the town of Chlp-' -
at Westvllle on: legal; business. solidity vMrJames > south-went corner, or auction tort ((10)) township four ley. also( 8() acres In Suction 10 and 20 ,, '
-* a J I 0 has beAD quite llf 1 for the ((4)) north of ranira. thirteen ((13>wuati thnnce couth I acres In Mncllon 10.( All of the above real,. : ,
John JFarrior and Buell Cook visited I on auction line and line dl'idlnllctkon.. filUenli
miaplacIves. 5.0OO I f. days, \ estate Is dfKlrahlylocated' and will be '".
Gluuerr.A past w
friends at.Orange Hill Sunday.R. ( ) and detent ((16)). twenty-one ((21) and twenty. I
two ((2))I. ((27)) and gold very cheau' for ca..". For full par'I,;
meeting was held Tuesday' mornIng -.I I The 8cr Max? Is at Gay's wharf, *$\\e twanty-aeren twunty-elnht ((2H)
L. of three ) tlculara call A. E. NOWLIN.
McKlnnon DeFunlak was thlrt?- ((33)) and thirty-four ((34) townnhip on.
and Mrs. W.y 'at the offices of Alford Bros. .Company -, I In from Key WI>8t.I .
one of the visitors here Wednesday. foir. :4 north of genre thirteen ((13) west continneinr At Bicycle Shop.
nlgbt.rove. | for the purpose of organizing I I Mr. Ed. McKenzie returned from a ..;Uth on aectlon" line and llnea. divldlnit im, tf. Chipley, Flu!
Prof. R. E. Rose,. state chemist J I Ispeivt incorporating a company with a capiof lions three ((3)) and four((4)). *fta (I'1)) and ten ((10)).1 I '
F- enterprises months vacation laat week townchipthrrenirthofanm thlrt.en west
-- must be made. Tuesday. afternoon! in Chipley. j t .$5,000_ trctamorn_ grinn!ry: i .....- -..... 'I'.t.. .--.. ..--.- -, -..--- junction" aald auction. line and the Vernon and DJ ECTORY..
J. D.- -Forrester left' Tuesday for a ,llPICY'' n'". very icw minuteatt I A iiti IHW JJUUI1I.U IUUK HI fjtiiby ui ouuun Marianne public rtiadf thunce east. : and eantoryalontr To the mrmhera M the church. Orange Hill
mt nice job printing. %k to the amount of $3,750 was sub-' evPiur-flve to the Gulf on tho 5th. ald public road .to county, line divIding. circuit, M. E. Church South. and to the mineral
trip in the southern part of Alabama.Mr. I deaire to submit the ( .of
f I Jackmitiand Wnabintfton countieMt th uico northon public ollla.lICl..ul.
office We: > ) this enterprise was apr flu lclf'ntl7 recovered to be abqut again. The pnlllnv place for thin new elevtlon; district New Hope every lat Sat and Sun. 11 a m.
came In Wednesday on a visit to rela nd this committee will also shall beat Rock Hill Turpentine 8till In wld Vernon every let and 3td Sun., 1 p. m.
rmclons ara Coming: and the I tives. I The n.*w boat took a load from Anderson election. diatrlct hunb .tabIlMhud. Oranire Bill. every. Did Sun., 11 a.m. and 7 p.....
I.. colored folks-and big ones, too- at 2e it site for the ginnery. The gin Sinclair lust :Sunday to attend J. W. Craroy. Charm. Duncan every 2nd Sat, 11 a. .
are happy. 'Charlie Chandleek of Gulf Port, nery la to be ready for this season's church service J. L. J liCK""''''. Bonnet. Pond every 3rd Sat.. I'i'a. nv
Miss. .is here this week his cotton 'crop. The stoclc is $25 ArriM-r A. W Wceku." Mona Hill every 3rd Mtin.. 11 a. m. '
Henry Johns and Miss Ala New Om, visiting per I Mr. .lames has moved his family Into \.. C. IxKkny. W I. Sluirlutarr.Seal. Miller' Ferruwery 4th SaU 11 a. m.
C, )Duncan were united. in marriage. parents. "I share, 40 per cent of it to be paid now, his new house. which owing to Its spa (( .) Clerk. :Pleitsantvery; 4th Sun. 11 ..M. oft 'I p.....
TBCrwVklUifuUy.: ; .
.remainder _
on the 9th Inst. .-<--'. Miss Pennie Coleman, of Bonlfay, in. one, and... two years, cons( quarter mid n "axant location weIow NOTICE. W. A. P- &P-t; ;.... -
two here l last week J they will nnJ$4fehi .
spent a day"or with
Round trip tickets to conductors picnic l i irel Official Vote. Notice la b"mby"l"en that bids will be reonlred --
due ti(ea. 1 1a. Although too latelPe.,. VII our snrdena..1 at the regular moctlnit of the Buord of County Thn:
June 29, $2, special train 1H. YATKS
Democratic gratefnl for. th. di-llirhtfnl
A. McCoUkey of Vedalla The County Executive we are xery CoinnilHiilonera In July to let contract to build , Ga., 1 Committee met at the court house in showers' f,ft .nava, had the past week bride sense Hard ahorcreek: on Vernon and
is here QII a visit to his brother, J. R. Farm crops-'. responding already Mariunna public road. With TWENTY YEARS'EXPERIENCE ,
Florldiant wiser
If Mm e are not as 0I Vernon last Friday and canvassed the
McColakey.I Hy order of tho Hoard In special. ouialon, thla
welt as sadder men: they are those who I I returns of the primary election of June I The first acrldnnt at the new mill) occurred :24th day ol May> VJIM. as an .
catjii.'t: learn by experience.We I I Mrs. O. N. Daniel returned Tuesday -, 7th. Everything regular, and the last week when Charlie Jachnon. Attests 'O
frora'a trip, to South Florida of I, total vote tothe various candidateswere (col.) had the thumb of hi* right hand so W. C. Lackey J. W Craven
call the attention of the ladles to several days. badly Hawed that amputation ot the mew. Clerk.; ChaKman.NOTICE. Eye Specialist
/ as follows:
the fact that we have visiting cards ber was necessary. .
and can print them with. lovely scrip Mr. Myers a prominent Insurance For' U. Senator: .* a, i ,

I type. 1 man-of Tallahassee,, was a visitor John N. C. Stockton. . 233 WMIIMU.Mr Notice Ishemhy given that bid will be received WILt. BE ATDR. ) ,
at the rt-irular nnwtinir ol the Hoard County '
F Who was it ,that took his best girt here this week. James. Tallaferro. ... 890 i *. liftsejr and MIss fclpzln Jones! are Commirfalonur In July to'let contract to build abridge TOON'S' ("

L out driving Sunday afternoon and stopped E. N. Everett and SOD, Whltt, ()fWausali. For1 Governor very lick with meauleg thjs week. villa.public acroaa mad.Gum via creek A. W.on Allen Vernnn. .and' C.r,. OilFiU J :

by the roadside to pick blackberries was pleasant callers at our N. li. Jtroward,. ..311"R. I' We are Informed that John T Urltt. of By order nf the Board In apodal session, this .. .

? ., i office Saturday. ___. W._ r_>_uvla _ana__ the. turpentIne firm of Hrltt. Alford &' Co. :24th day ot May.'. 1404. -" -- -' '. _
I .n-- --- Attests
In vIsIting! relatives and friend In. Georgia jolt llll>l. JT.
From all sections of the county come j T> J. Patrick returned Sunday from For Secretary of Statn' : this. week. W. C. LocI,,,). 3. W. Cravey.. .

encouraging newsuof\\ brighter prospects I Gulfport Miss., where 0 he had been. ,Ja IS. Rroomn,<(,.-...120H. We have: been having?' come local show Clerk. Chairman. From ELEVEN to SIX o'clock., .J i

,for better cro J'a since the recent .spending some days.' Clay 'Crawford,.! .. ..318. proof' rain and all) crops are Improving NOTICE. "I _

Jalna.sWe. / J. D. Campbell Tuesday evenIng For Reprrtentatlve: .... bat the farmers are not yet done chop- .
Notice I I. hereby given that bids will tw' rrrelv1 First Tuesday in Each]
return thanks to L. L>. Charles, for Argyle to see his brother, Blox- W. A. Bryan..377- plug cotton. .< at the July meetina-of the Board of .CountyCommlMKionura ,
ot Caryvllte torso promptly portlngthe hara.. who Is quite sick. For Sberltl: Tlin primary election paused off hnrevery to lot contract to build flat at Mil -
although there ler1* Ferry aw' apeciflcationa I on hue in office olthe Month.. '
final canvass of the election 0 re McK. Campbell and family left Cbas. G Allen.. ,.834 quietly manifested In the ,choice was greatlnterent for' Cleric. of I ,rrn.: '

turns. Tuesday Afternoon for a week's visit TomJ. Watt",.. .. .345 sheriff and tax sensor. 24th By day order of May the Board 19O4.AttTNtl In pedal evaiuun. this rfl-: Examinations FREE.

W. W; Harvey bas opened up a new to relatives at Econfina. For Circuit Clerk .
: Homer DI1S has returned' fro.n Mlsl *- nIt Is permanently located as E. M. t
livery and feed stable commencingwith I W. C. Lockey,'Miss. Ella Lockey W. C. Locbeyt.. ..403 lppl where he has been In the log busIneati. W. C.'Clork.Locker J. W.Chairman.Cr.".,. AndorKen'u Oyltrlan. In I'ensncola.I .

six horses. and several. .good new and Miss HutchinSon of Vernon Homer'. health Is not good and .
spent For AS,8MOrJ '
buggies. he will remain with the old folks until n __ ___ _____ ___ n
Sunday here with relatives. .t. W. Howon.. ._S'JO: '
-- A I. Miller's new residence on f September.TohnT. ... .................... ...Uf&I.. ..&EUIC .EII
Miss Gussle
Butler returned Wed- 3. W. William. .. 807 ,.
Tiller the efflcjfnt mall -
Jackson !I.
street assuming proportionsand
nesday from Whigham, Ga., where For County Commissioner: .
: from thl* place tij Vernon has been I. ;
will be quite addition. to that
she has been for several months. 0 ((3. A. Danlejr.. . .78 tllllsltInawith the measles for the vast 'I't
portion: of town. ,'I Mr. and Mrs. David Andrew. visited I I A.. L Ilarrell..131 I week. John has been very sick, hut Is ; :; -
If ther '. anything concerning thought to Improving. I ill" 0 el- .
your II'' their son, Roy who is at the hospital Ci G. Allen_ nominated for sheriff '" ....,.

business-if there ,U anything fact you'' at Chattahoochee Wednesday. r by 79 majority.J. -, 19qt '" .r.. ....
want to buy or sell-advertIse the '" "'
: W. Bowen nominated 4ax !Notice. _
Mrs. A. L. McNeill and children was assessor r 0
in these -columns.
: left Wednesday for North Carolina to by 53 majority. Notice I\Jo hereby riven that the firm of Johnnon.DavU .
Tho three negroes convicted and sentenced I A Co.. aa'd! arm aHnpowxt of S..P. Juhn.on.C. I Do You Know a G ;Thing?
spend the summer visiting relatives.Dr. P. D.."" and R. M. Lewi have thIs day 19
at the recent terra cf court was After the old committee had finished been dl...."..d by mutual oonmrnt, by the withdrawal ,
sent away to. the convict _campi last and_ Mrs. Hicks, of Georgia, their labors, and had adjourned, the of C. P. Darl from said firm. The btmlneeit If' If'
passed through town Monday enrouteto will be continued by 8. P. Johniion" .nd R. M.
Sunday. One of therngoeM: for life. I new executive committee was organised. '" If'

J. M, Pett s, oinear Cypress creek: ted.Vernon where. the doctor 0 bas .loca- I W. W. Jones was elected chair will aiwume.. underthe the liabilities firm name of of the Johnwm late firm Jk of Co.Johna who- ; If you dOt you will not ]loose antime in coming to our store* ; _

in and tells that man and A, F. Register secretary. ..o. Davis A Co.. and collect aU dobta due the "
come Friday
ut crops I ; i if not =:
aid late firm. come anyway. I
Collins of nominee After'whlch of
Titps. Caryvllle, committee _
Is a campaign
IQ that section. fine never! better 1 In wltneM whereof we hereto aet our hand thJ. .
health good, people doing well and are for county.surveyor' come'In Friday on five members, W. W. Jones A. F. 13th dajr of June I G4. *.9' We' have a large and well assorted line of ::: '

0 satl, 11 d. I I business j while here. he paid us a Kegiater' N. B. Hays, T. E. Gainer t; S. Jnhnann. __ __ ____________ ____ __ If'
0 pleasant call. "' and Z. R. Gilbert, were appointed.I .C.P.Da.ia.Notice '* '"

J Coiskey's TlWewas turpentine a shooting quartersSMur: ncr.ipe' In Me-- ,i :.. B. Williams a prominent merchant The new committee will use its utmost Application I' need. ;. Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Shoes,- Hats, Etc.
endeavors to elect the full democratic .
t. ana farmer of Gracevllle, was Nut cct la hrrebr given. that A. D. McKlnnon.:
nlg1 Two
day negroes plugged ticket in Washington county in Novem purchaner Tax Crrtlflcata No. Jl dated the 3rd 4t
one of the Visitors here he bas
away at another"negro with the reault Friday) her d..yof July, A. D. 189% ha Bled'aaJd certificate =: .
that one of his.legs wan shattered between pur thanks for art eagle.W. .1 I I has made appllcatloii, for tax -
the knee and IJ1klp. ;B. harris ofBonlfay -a's.p. -'fY.ffi..rn4:: accordance with law. Said certificate :; The price of these goods are marked, down to the lowest na'
was a .. ... embrace the fulluwInff described property ,
1 To all who want a good' tf ip for little I pleasant caller at the' BANNER- office, Ituated In Wanhinvton cnunty Florida. to-wlt If'If'
renewing his subscription and ; ;; nH of _",_ :15 tp. 4 a.. r. 14 .... The saId land
money, on account ojc/uductora! pre- [ i J:I1 being neniifid at the date of the leauanca of eachcertlHcateln .9'-. '
picnic at Magnolia Bluff on Wednesday jus with somE nice peaches. the name of1'. P. Jolln_ Eatata. :: Now when it comes to furniture, we O. ....

June 29 the-Jj. & tt.: wfy. \ .lIel'' .1. C. Sinclair went down, to Cary. -: Unless to law.cud tax certificate deed will thereon rrdeemed. on.the accordIng .lath- ... F ur i '1.t ure 'can furnish your house throughout. .9'If' _

round trip ticket atvP'y. low rates; dUe Wednesday evening/ with Ills I, packof MU Itattla, has bats.wvjrnn I L day of June A. 13. 1504.r : The price is> low for; either cash inu :
or -
all who want a good time should go, 1 dog. to trail the convicts who escaped ___ WitnHM my official .imnatureMeeel .
up Jsr irAn t 4..I.I A. _ond .i..1maker&'ChIky. f .. _._' ... .,_.... _,_ --S aataisment.
uw .u- LIIBAI "ui." jicn amynt nS, A. u. '
from .1.
"I see that ante wilt d ly the boll a turpentine camp near I W. C. LOCK ay. 1'

t(weevil"-said one farmer to a bunch of i, that. place: Call on Everltk &; Horn for your fresh h Clerk.. Circuit Court Washington Co.. Fla. '.9'et 9' 7

(others who were ern7gr"/rl\t1I: ,t'the j:! Judge Parkhtll come .tn Thursday around water mill meal f 1 bushel
I per
Of course have them for' .
Notice Creation: of New Klectlo Dlavtrice. : we we, as ::
tjOet office-waiting for the mail tQ- come evening having .adjourned Crnshfd I leathu haIti, all the rairn. tan, | Groceries. .
in and bring their XUnxirf.: "That !: Vernon, he paid us a very pleaT "own and black DOe at Jilts l1a tls'll. I !
I Notice la hereby given that there ,been a
It said Of well others have -
Uiem. to eat.
settles 1
one call
am, Friday morning; our people hav A new .Lyle of ablrt *af t, skirts. 'and 'petItion with the requleHe nUmber of eiroatureapmtHntedj ; -l
going to plant, cotton. My wile has]] formed a most favorable opinion of !lAdl..$ f'lrIJlsblo.s. Iu general""" : at M1scallIch&rdson. toil,. hoard of County Comm_.... ..9t.... .- 'If'" !
six aunts who persist spending the' him, both personally. and.a.a Judge. : with: Might As writ I rlectkm district eetablUhed te bot known and ; Make wants and wishes known at store and == '
Hummer us. makej] -.- -. TOTE LADfES -If you have any described a..hereinafter provided.. Bald electhMIduitrlct your our ... .,
them '.9' '.9'
with '
usetut.whl1etb. MI-C to be kprecinct number 24 da.crihtxl -
.. p a A' 4'.rdorTbank.. call sowing on Mr plain*. D.or Dlirdlm.fancy. you wUb -done ,, and houaviled aa follow& towlt Berlnnlna == euarantee' : to satisfy them. .. v :
I I take this method of thanking a' the Baee line on the County line between C." .. ..
Hot It eo.- my White Orlfintal slr-ov lace, with finraldeIgnonlyfi3eperyard hoes and Witahlnrton onantks. running thence '
many friends who supported me in the north to the center at townahlp two (U), RaimetwulvedJ '
at bliss' /Juttie's.
|11 the especial ntfenticn of :the last primary June 7; and to those who and ( ) _t. thence weet to r.n..l_between ". .' BARFIELD BROS.
Something new
County commissioners, the I-were against'me then I hope to have pretty.NewChlfflon ranve 1] and 13 then, euuth to Baelln thence .
: Inlssioners. the overrs' pf I you all vote for me In the general elec: and Laco hafs. tbe vorv rnet new CaJhiiun electliriidkitrkt: emintr tin ehall*. The be: polling at Kountaln.Fla place oftitle .. If'

J roads, the may 'r, city ccduItrshal -J tiorj,, arid by that time I hope. to win and thing pmtT: for ,iimm at Misses' r wear Elehardaun.WANTliiD.Bnyrs atyllah! daInty .. ui said electlun. dkwrkt. hereby."' ...,.......... ." .. =:

and th* public to in Washington county. and, 1. VI, Crarny Chairman ...
l>46 (No.; 62)). laws of Florl-// when elected I promise to:fill the office !: for all bind of J.A.f.W.Jackano.Wee..... '" '"

190r. page( 7r>8D. ...- 0( sheriff to the letter .- : rough..-. Aluo and dressed_blod....pine. ..ltvf and.c1pre..s. etc. Stoclc lumber. I W. L Suuriatary.Axraart ". .: .. ). ==

0 .eteal, them car foUy, then I beg to. 0 remain. youf friend. _, on hand ready f..r Imm'-dlawi dellvery.Vlckers .*- sy,. ... lit. .
"'-. v ". *- CG.ALZ.Ew. : Jk:.4.:0': ., Vernon r.. *" 7 1 I .0'. 'i Lackey.Clerk.' ),iI t.J.., t.,iI.". ., ...;lt iltll". t... til\l"". "" fl ",-11 ..
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Cne of the Essentials. I I he had been unable to sell for c.

;i THE BANNER. 1 (I $500. The owner really didn't

Henry tl': Earle is telling his know. The speculator agreedto

Church Olrectorr. I friends of a conversation between deposit in bank $16,000 to the

'*let M.. and E.3rd Church/Sunday liIout.b.-Proaohlngevu at 11 a.,jn. aud a p. m. two of his office boys which he owner's credit for the land.: But

U. N. Wtnalett Pastor overheard last week the (
'". Sabbath School 10 a. m R. 1."Miller, says this amount of money in bank
Superintendent New York Times. The lads I
didn't mach to the
I Prayer Mooting Thursday nights. ( mean very
, You u it Men's prayer meeting Tuesday are bard workers, ambitious, and native.
night. Everybody cordially lovltcd..
on more than one occasion have I He said he wanted a farm of

Baptist. Chnrch-l'reaehlng every 2nd given evidence of precocity. Mr.
and 4th Svndav. S. It. Honors, pamor. I sixty acres with a house on it- N ,
Sabbath /School 3 p, m. J. D. ForresteBnperlnteneent. Earle was reading in the library the whole to cost a few hundred.
Prayer Meeting Wednesday nllthtl' the stenographers were out to j What else? asked the speculator. -

I lunch, and it wasunusually quiet. .
Io.tofllre Directory '" r To Sufferers
'' Office hours 7K! >a. m. to715! : p. m.;"except : I' The boys were, in the adjoining I Can I h.ave..ahorse and. saddle -

Sun room,and the door stood ajar. .
bridle? Diseases
mall closes at. 10:30: a.m Kidney and Bladder
West-bound mail clone at 0:30 p.m. Lets get out of this law business Certainly. -- ,
Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 a. m.. .
and leaved at 13 m.,dally, except/Sundays and make some money, said And a rifle?, '

"e'';'ELF Andrews Mall from arrives Orange at 0 HIM p.m.,UayhradandSt, and leaves at the younger, who is about 14. I Yes. No matter how long you have suffered, FOLEY'S KIDNEY dally, except :Sunday.:: What'll we do? said the associate and some provisions? i CURE will help you. This we will GUARANTEE. .
Sunday hours: W:00 a. m. to 11:30: a. m., '
and from 5:30 p.m. to 7:13: p.m. .' a boy of about the same Yes, of Bright's Disease that
Money Orders Issued at all hours when It has cured many cases and\piabetes

i ,, office Is open, except Sundays. age.Oh The: eyes of the native beganto had been thought incurable however we do not claimUhat it will .
JI .1. S. ALLEY,.P. M. start a bank. bulge.There ,
was a pause these diseases in advanced stages as no medicin can make ,
What on in heaven's name? cure
Our ClubblufC LI.'". What else do you wapt? asked '

BANNER and Semi-weekly Atlanta Well a good front. the speculator.Oh new kidneys for you, but ** ..

Journal, per year '1.7& Mr. Earle thought that the give. me $50 for the old
BANNER and Thrice a-week New York I I
World per year fl.05. young man who understands the woman to buy things for herself .

BANNER and Seml-wocVly Tlmea-Vn- value of good front was in a ..f. .
and children. ., .
6iitli, ..
i on and Citizen, per year,1.60. :
'1.211 BANNER t and Home and Farm, per year fair way to succeed, whet be I I He then started to walk away. .J, ;\:: -;?Y:!.,o-.,.11&'<\7- FOLEY'S b.%

? heard the other lad say: What else? asked the specula I -

Don't you think a good backing tor. .. -

I I OU V would be better'? Is there more yet?
MIG & .

Can anything be 1 wonae Ibllll to feel that .Well, give me a plug of tobacco -
A Faithfulness. every minute will !IM.. jour Insif Much was KIDNEY
Ihe experience of Mr l4. U. Newaoin, le* and set me down where the
cntur /\la.. "For three )'bArs" she writes,
dispatch from Morristown, "ll'odll.'t'lllnl\nlJ".rllblo pain from hilt lire.. fish will day and you can
tlr.n, sinmncb and, howell trouble. Death have the rest.
N J., says: Nero; large Newfoundland ,seemed Inevitable when doctors and nil .
,I rernediei tilled.: At len lh I was Induced ... .. '
dog owned by John to try Klwtrlo\ Diners ,,,: Nevvcomb. of Dover, was so rncu.ous. Improved ntonoe and ,now 'I I Love is a disease that keeps a:.,J will positively'ture every case of kidney and bladder'trouble i ,
I'm coin|>'*tely reon.reI"0'01'\ Liver sick : #
man a long iimeaftersHe
heartbroken yesterday over his Kidsy MoniHcb and Bowel troubles .Klet-' inch .4
in time and
even SjraifF !"'Ii'
trio Bftte a l II' the only medldne. Only; gets well. ....--"" fl *5*:1. orst. Bf Could lot '

'carelessness in dropping into the I < guaranteed by S: E iU-Oeuchy & Co., I I .-q .cases .... Bright's' .. u..,_ nl....."" IlL ,.,rl4I. i
Dt-uggUts. J" ------ ---- .,ee..Tp'kOp1
canal a lunchen he was carrying .
Diabetes it always gives comfort case of kidney ere
that be nearly killed himself in Knew His Place. J D J. J ci Es.A'rraUNEYAT. relief.Remember not FOghtenKIDNEY pouhTlie Ia
aid C elf
his efforts to regain the parsels, Saw
bottle which cured me and I ii N 0.f
and refused to come out of the The late General John B. Gor- -L tw
when the kidI
( gladly'recommend this rem
don Governor CII.VLEY, FLA. ., r ,
Candler of
water till fished and ,
were up. .. a
are affected the work of Thraa Physicians Treateddestruction
1 Yesterday Nero started from Georgia, were recently together neys
AD. CAIIMICIIAEL. ceases so W. L. Yancy, of Paducah, Ky.
his master's home for: his shop in a hotel in Atlanta when Gov- never ,
-i'l. case of kidney disease and three e y ,
with\\ a lunch pail and some coffee ernor Candler asked" the general Attorney at I.uw. commence taking FOLEY'S. southern Kentucky treated me without

in a glass bottle having han- if he ever knew ;a'>to5ijda'rkey.; .: -.Collections a Specialty.ihlplpy' ; ., Fla KIDNEY' CURE at once and FOLEY'S KIDNEY-CURE. The fin, \ ...,..
diate relief and three bottles cured'avoid
dle by which it could be carried. Yes, said the general l, one. When a fatal 1 malady.1 gladly recommend tl1l..oaderfulremedy.\ \>,

.115 He suddenly seemed to remember General Robert E. Lee was fight- BUELb>> COOK, Suffered'Tweny-Fhf! Years %. Jt- J

that he could shorten the ing grant in tbe last days, an old Attorney at Law, FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE !
OEE": : : T. rXoOEXDA.: Seymour Webb, or Moira, N. Y., writes: "I had been
( .trip a quarter of a mile by going darkey besieged headquarters 49-Offica up stairs In Well building. is made from: a prescription of troubled with my kidneys for twenty-fly years and had

t across lots and over the foot with, 'requests to see the general.He Carolul attention glen all natters entrustedto a specialist in kidney diseases tried several physicians but receded no relief until I boughta "
CoUectlima made.A KIDNEY CURE. After using two
mr cam. bottle
of the canal. The was turned a dozen
bridge bridge away neat for reeponelbie time and ftro-tAlateet Insurance and was used or years in pribottles I was absolutely cured. J earnestly recommend
-i ia-&arrow.plank-and-'in cross- times. But one day he succeeded comnaniea.HA.ttorneyiiatllLaw.H. FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE,"
before it
ing: it Nero had to be somewhat in reaching the guaNi\ i immediately L., IcIiINNY: vate practice *

watchful of his steps'that he for- in front of General Lee's : put on the market. TWO SIZES, .boo- atgd- l $1.00 f
got to keep his jaws tightly shut tent and almost got-into'the tent -
f+ the coffee bottle and it itself before be was stopped. -
on drop- Careful and prompt attention given, o. ... Atcucinv.llY ittvy vbipluy', .fritt. _
ped into the water. Forgetting The altercation which followed to all matters entrusted to niv care

f that he had the lunch pail in bis was overheard by General Lee, '" Kinloch Taint at the World's Fair. Give us more fireproof theaters F

tl mouth, Nero jumped in after the who called out: Let that man -====-=====- and ejrtrproof actors.YOM' : .

: coffee, and thus lost both bun- come in! Then into the tent LIVERmOUBLES Caldwell k. Drake, the builders of Such a firm Is particular about the

dles. came the fellow, a raw-boned, the Agricultural Palace at St. Louls. paint It uses; their work requires par

be shambling snarledold the largest. building: in the world, titular paint. Their specifications
; graybeaded
Then began to plunge and write: demand the beef materials and the Heart.

swim around frantically in the darkey, who scraped the most workmanlike labor of skilled '& .

ground with his foot and -We are using"KINLOCH PAINT" artisans. When e"KINLOCH" .
canal. The accident had been kept When
Your Heart
"I find Thmlford'i Black-Draoght on. all their,work and It
turning bis hat in bis hand. good. medicine for II e..I'd'1 ....... on all oaf work and find II entirelysatisfactory. "entire) satisfactory. it it as
t seen by two boys, and after they It enredmy on after be had ep nfclino ..** stamps Faila to Pump Your
..... thoroughly. good dependable paint the "
had watched thedogswioiaround Well, where do belong? with d.t. Itlialltl, med.tome
you- I take."-MRS. ( A*OUNB paint yon want on your own home. Blood, Trouble
for half an hour they went to the asked General Lee. MARTIN Parkerebnrg. W.Va.. Cafdwell&Drake Are also the build "KINLOCH" is not a high priced paint Re ulta. .

I'long to If your liver does net act reg era of the Horticultural Building, the although it is a highgradeone, and it
and told Mr.
shop Newcomb your company, gen- ularly go to your druggist i and "Irish Village", four Slate buildings wears longer( than any other paint in have you heart-trouble
about it. The latter hurried eral, returned the old darkey.No secure a package of Thedford'i and other world's Fair structures, the market and looks well all the lime Tou have. It you find It hard to breathe
.Black-Draught and take dose million dollars.. Made in all the ,standard colors.
and found swim- don't declared the a aggregating over a after.walking tzj stairs, exercisingeta..
over the dog you gen-
tonight. This They are builders of the new Arkansas Our local agent will-tell you why U you have pain In".)'our left side, la
ming about, plunging here and eral. Everything in my company : medicine free the constipate and West Virginia State Capitols you can not nllord to use any other paint. cheat, back or shoulder. It you suffer
there endeavoring to the hasvbeen shot. How is it bowels sUre up the torpid liver the $1,000,000 hotel at West Baden The price he will quote you will be from cold extremities, paleface, blue '
get and causes a healthy secretion and numerous other public buildings. : surprisingly satisfactory. lips dry cough, swollen ankles.It .
lost luncheon. He called the dogto that you haven't been? *" of bile.Thedford's. -. you have tainting polls, breastpanar. '
Black '
come out of the water but The darkey scratched his will cleanse the bowels Draught of impurities GET "KINLOCH" FOR YOU. IF SHOWN THIS AD.. BY WRITING DIREOT TO I palpitation, redness of the faca.
discomfort In: sleeping-:; on one side.
6, ;Nero would.not leave' the canal. head. Then from his twisted andatrerigrthen the kid The only sclentlflo treatment for this
I" neys. A torpid liver invites THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE. -whole train of troubles Is Dr. Miles'Mew .
4 All efforts to get him to the mouth came a confidential whis- colds, biliousness, chills and Sold by Krarltt A Hume. CMplev.Fla. Heart Cure. _

"shore were fruitless. Thedog per:. Well, yo' see, general it's fever and all manner of sickness Dr. lilies' New Heart. Cure Is the

,,4 1 was becoming exhausted, but this a-way. I ain't.been, shot, and result Drigh Weak', disease!:kidneys IJO TI IS\LLlf&\ l+ NAfflLLK S II. I R.{ 'TIME TABUNo. whose prescription great success of a famous In treatlnaobatl specialist-, -

still he. swam around, yelping I( 'case when dey's fight's goin' on', which claims as many Victimsas j hate ntvous heart disease has made hla

piteously grieved and nearly I always stays with the generals.d'I'ARTLINO package consumption.of Thedford's A 25-cent Black- :=:.- l .of No. 4. No.2. -' No. 8. No.1 sclentlOo world.The .
heartbroken at having met with : ,." Draught should always be'keptin 12:35 n'n 11:0.1: p m Lv..rensacola..Ar S:00am 4:00: p m medicine wm cure you We knowIt.
EVl .ENC .
I the house. 2:22 p m 1:03 a m .....Flomatnn.! ....Lr 8:33 a. raMobile. 2:30 p m "We want you to prove It. If first _,...
the accident. Freeh testimony in vrent quantity la conkUntlr "I ".ed Thedford'i Black 4:33: : p m 2:5(1: ( .a m ...... .... .. 13:30 n't 1:25 p m bottle does not,benefit, your drugglsV
Mr. Newcomb saw that they Mew Dlseo coming vry tor la, declaring Consumption Dr., otiitbs's Draught*and for found lifer and noth'ngtoeaeel'k'dny complaint 8:35: p m o 7:30 p m ....New Orleans.. ... 8iQ:( p m 9:3 m_ will rive you back your money, -l)

way to get the dog out of : aDd Colds to he unequnled.! A recent ex 'IR"-Nleh.adII.LIAM COl'PHfN. Marb STOXtTIX.: : : "I have for several years suffered. alltimes
p..s..lon. Irom r. J. MoVnrlanrl, U..ntor- No.2. No. 4. No. 1. No. with heart trouble I got s<}
rater would be to fish up the vllle, V" served asexangdes He write: l1o.1pm 12:8.'p01 Lv..Peollacola..Ar 4:00 p m- 5:00: a m bad I could not sleep hclf the nlgftt.
"I bud Urotuhltis for Ibreo and THEDOD'SI 6Ua.111. 6:30pm: Ar..MontContery.Ly l1Ua.m, 9:85pm: and had toalt up on thn>Sride of the
jcheon. After about fifutes' all the lime without .bclnv tenrs benellted. t l1lillam 9:1p01: : .. ..I..mlull'bam. .... 8:33a.m. .:Mpm bed lots brother of times to get bran th. Three. a
of have died of heart trou-
1:3Oa.m 8Oa.m.:! ....Lollhtvlllf'.. .... 6:15pm 2:4, .m my
'l'hen'bean I l taking! IT. King's :New Discovery the
fishing the dinner and a few bottle wholly cured me.' 7:21)a.m. 11II0am: .....Clucianatl .... 9:00pm Ih.llpm way.but about tweind a ng half" ears .
illed out, nd' after I'bioit Kqtiully, troubles fBVctlve, In curing all Lung and I DlACIDRAUitiT{- 7:20a.m... 1130pm:1&:: Loul"..,... 4UP'.m 8:51111m, i, New ego I Ileort B ot a Cure pamphlet and about thought. Dr.I llllea would' '.

bottle. Nero then Connumptlon Pneumonia 1-"UM"coh and River' ,Juuetu.! try a few bottles After using them Irecovered
and Grin Guaranteed by S. 12.!: McOeachy : No. 3. Names. of Sta.tlons. : No. 22. and hare had better health Fslnce
A:; Co..dI'll IlKI...t.. Trial bottles free, regular Dally I No IlIlIoUhown Dally then than before for several yearn.I .
< come out of the wa- Dilly ( s op w .re ) Dally
sta..OQu! and I $1. I can heartily' ; recommend them for hesrt
weak he could 131 1 n'5 700 a 10 v. ensa-cola Ar. 10 ,0 II ID 8 SOp 10 trouble.REV.. JERRY HURT, Pastor
ter, but was so ( 1115' t. 713" Bohemia 1021 ;' 806 :' Baptist Church Hurt. V ana.FREE .

not crawl out, and had to;be hauled Florida: Native's Uea Of Wealth."One's 1220 '. 718 h"' Ynletira 1087".. 801 .. 'Wrlt to us for Free Trial
12 21" 718 Escambis 108t. 5111"
Package of Or. Mllea Anti-
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up on land. The dog had been i lass 0 725 Molts 1033 .1\45.. Pain Pills, the New Bolentlfla. Remedy
swimming about for over an ideas of wealth are r13( 72! HarD 1023 .1' 540. for PaJn. Also Symptom Blank. Our J
1311O' 78.1" Gail Uty 1015 : 527." specialist will dlacnod your case. tenon
hour. comparative said 'gentleman ] 1311O !" T811.' Milton 1010" 520'4' wbat la wrong-. and how to right It,
I i[ BO YEARS : ,
| ree. COi
131< a m Good Range 455 u OHPTOAT.69yLEIIAAT
who had 1ND.
KRU'M yesterday just returned .. .. -
THKOVVJ, : A WAOO *, 111' u 813 Uohs. II 31.! -435
Mr.Ueorje K. li brook was thrown from from an extended Southern ,I, "220" 830..... Milligan ,920" 11' u,.,
II ..II!lon and s"veral, l, lirm.cil "'" II pl 'I S 3J" 839 CrPlltvlew 913"' 400 .
l II ltd imberla'n'a! rain Halm freely ands trip, according to the Baltimore 30'I( 8M"' Deer Land: $55- ''EEDS -
ITS It IH tn* lest liinii'f, MM t\ .!..... Sun. While in Florida the land 1 -8n" 1110".. l"o.s'Uea.d.. 840" 8184m ': .
}il-, ftnbcock Is a well known citizen of ", 937! .. De Funlak Springs 813'.. 943'..
S north 1'lain. tionn. There i. mi hmt fcjunlt of contentment, as well as of 4 18".. 9. Argyle! 744 \231 FERRY-- -
"uln Hi lit fir uprnlnn and bruises. It .. 4.0. 9111". Ponce dot Leon 7 29' 1'13".
i will, \ effem a cure !In one-third tbe time re- flowers. I heard this story, Tnaec: MAR" 600".. 1010 .. Westvllle 711 u.. ;. 1M ..
t point. Sev. 4c. ll'ri" h,
V bj.5.5.Jlctlaacby.4Co.: !; my .. Hootra.y dM127
Anvmie sending BReton and deacrlntlonqnloklr a .y 600104 Chlpl" Cl37. 1 Of n'n 'ME El
: I eral there a boomin awMrtAlit : whetherInvenllon .. ..
was free
years ago our optnkMi an "
{ belte/a I.! probably tmtentfiM' Cnfnmiinlrf, .. eat .. 1107 Cnttond&le e 18 1234,05) ALINEI
t Tbe; man gets on in certain land because of rich rt<)i. trlotl70t>nd .
';"' world the better'off he is. "tent Pa.yew......OMoet taken aireney through fur r a na'p.l.nY.CO. r1..he 730 111 n .1 Cvprl'l1I .588' .. 11411-(0, baa established ill
phosphate deposits. A speculator ... 740 '. /\' Grand Ridge .533 1123 Experience
I .. .4004.eoua,without ob" ..,to tbs .. .. .. a r_.. Hold: tiy at! U-I_ Yl
'. 'X:; .4il Few girls enjoy waltzing asked one of those simple cimif.c 7118. 11201 Sn"&d. 521 .. loss ...... -lby trow. 194 Scd'
.frncrkane n'n.i '
River Lv. .
815" r. Junction... 510 1020. m --'_ AM to all. mwpo.tpsid
: < around the parlor with a broom. Florida folks what would .. ... >
t; I be the A ttanrtsMwncly' H1nirtT tl w..hlr. I neolntloii / a
nt.ny-4n..ntd| WiarnisJ. Term$3 ft M. FERRY A CO.
;:..t.tau1 > a ball 4t iil.nfc Foley's Tar. ANN LVEtor : OCTROIT .,,0.-

heart reaches it's limit. which before SUN Coy".*".">' New York .tlOnBNos Rdv.IInUi
: some land the boom chlldrcn. : the most *world.
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