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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 4 September 1897

FHE CHIPLEY BANNER n n n LUltiE V CHIPLEY WASHINGTON COUNTY FLORIDA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER t 1897 NUMBER 12 h 1 IE BOND OF FLESH 1 L Tale of Life from the Tyrolese Mountains BY EDGAR FAWOETT OnAMJmI Ktory of much sorrow and I who only lovewhat Is full of Hghtneas that it may sadden Bern It any Indeed horrify 0d als with the darkaoss ol Bod awful destiny But at e 1 hare deemed It a story filing eliico tt IB filled ntUi tragedy of a great If unique n Eorn In a lovely village ol b Tyrol whose name I will crd Our parents wire poo Mi bourgeois standing my k and thrift wore almost fcFor years ho had desired I at last we came r sufforod agony at our fterward when we were tfs said that the shock tath For wo wore not as HB but bound together by a sh Otherwise we woro aed In a perfectly normal pother was however at all i healthy and vigorous than called I may hero state Victor was the name given I V created wild wonder and pie flocked to see us My r forbade nor allowei us to a old relative a klnl...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 4 September 1897

< i < I > t C x 1 Y Jf = = = THE BANNER 3PUBU8HKL EVERY iJATUKDAV UBBCWPTION f 1 PRR ANNUM INVAHIBLV IN XDVAKCt ENTERED AT THE Pilbf OFFICE AT CHI v UAH SECOND CLASS LEY FLA AJ MATTER i T U JOKBJ KPTon ADVEKTISINO RATES OK AITHOATHN I Chlplor Fin Sopt4Mi 1807 Iti r f 1 Our Place In the World olToilny 51 From Florida Citizen Tho century now wollnlgh behind us 11 has boon ono of development and growth a Mans greatest achievements for two gen Fjc erations have boon tho conquests of the is forces of nature lie has made 01 them Industrial agents thoslnves of his r pleasure nud the tools of Ms convenience Hut thoso conquests Imvoforced a change a in tho relations of the nations ono to an other Now York and London arc now cloMsrto each other than Boston and Philadelphia were when our fathers de clared they would have friendship with roll and entangling alliances with none China Is closer to us than worn tho At lantic and Pacific coasts when a states man declared that California wa...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 4 September 1897

L t i I1 1 illroudTimo Tablo l SOUTH BAVH IliNSACOLA L fitt AM RtJD UiV IM IJUVK AT OIllIJ Y Vnla 021 AM 2U 027 AM NOUTH 047 PM CED rata PM 1 ails Personal f Ico Incorporation In this Is l Kwiilte held court again this i l c lobos notice ho will be luro lake a look at Tharps now lot tti Wllllorns have got some clo actlons Ulen made nn ofllclal visit to bis week Rako made u business trip toMa redncsday leynokls Schnapps No cheap to nod Ni ood tobacco as cheap > y White Williams 732in In Mniutiln of Vernon was In iicsdny t get rich whittling suit pine who 11110 v J Mobloy Vernon was here on business V cket Story will tell you snmt > k j look for It V EOIlrien loaded u tank with no thl week nrlctt of Orange 11111 was with 0 Saturday tStlo Wilson Is visiting her broth ids this week lulzu Ioblsun Is taking a vaca school this wiik enterprise for Washington coun ho good work go on ft II Williams of Ponsacola vlslt tlves hero this week c lud to see Mr A C Uarfield on ats again this we...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 4 September 1897

J N 1 J AN ANCIENT MEXICAN CITY A Curious LlrndRellci of the Emperor Maximilian before tho Qneretaro WAS a town Spanish conquest and was made a city in 1665 A legend of Queretaro 4 It that an Otomite chief Fernando undertook to con de Tapia by name Ted the city to Ohrlstlanity in a way that seems novel to us but was com mon enough to Ms day He came from Tulu with a challenge to the peo t ple of Queretaro to a fair standup fight n he won the people surviving were to be baptized The challenge was accepted but while the fight was in a dark cloud came up progress in and the Blessed Santiago was seen the heavens with a fiery cross where upon the peopl of Queretaro gave up They set up a I and were baptized stone cross to commemorate the event on the site of tho present Church of Santa Cruz There is scarcely a church in Mexico which has not a legend of this kind attached to it The town is identified with the history of Mexico Here the treaty of peace between the United States and Mexico wa...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 4 September 1897

n a THE CHIPLEY BANNER > r ti i v I MEV CHIPLEY WASHINGTON COUNTY FLORIDA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1897 NUMBER 12 BOND OF FLESH ale of Life from the Tyrolese Mountains BY EDGAR FAWOETT ERr of much sorrow and I I only lovo what Is lull ol ness that It may sadden It may Indeed horrify Bis with the darkness ol awful destiny But at have deemed It a story kg sluco It is flllod nftoi edy of a groat It unique i In a lovely village ol rol whoso namo I will Our parents were poo bourgeois standing my nil thrift ware almost years he had desired i last we came suffered agony at our trward when we were Is said that the hock For we were not a but bound together by a Otherwise we were In a perfectly normal er woe however at all iallliy and vigorous than ailed I may hero state Ictor was the name given eated wild wonder and i flocked to see us My orbade nor allowed to old relative a kind of dead showed us I be j Ing crowds As for my prostrated with grief at Is wife and the curse ol hideous and monstr...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 4 September 1897

e 0 f 7 V JLk I AN ANCIENT MEXICAN CITY A Curious LejendRellci of the Emperor i MaUmlllan ffi Qneretaro was a town before the > Spanish oonquost and was made a z city in 1655 A legend of Queretaro is that an Otomite chief Fernando de Tspia by name undertook to can o vert tho olty to Christianity in a wny that seems novel to us but was com j mon enough to his daHe came i from Tuln With a challenge to the peo k pie of Qaeretaro to a fair standup c fight If he won the people surviving L V wero to be baptized The challenge < accepted but while the fight was in progress a dark cloud came up and tho Blessed Santiago was seen in i the heavens with a fiery cross where l upon the people of Queretaro gave up and were baptized They set up a jg stone cross to commemorate the event i on the site of the present Ohuroh of Bantu Cruz There is scarcely a r church in Mexico which has not a r legend of this kind attached to it The town is identified with the history of Mexico Here the treaty of ...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 11 September 1897

4 7 f t L 1 i > j r 7c 3 j1 < 1f I < t t f J THE CHIPLEY BANNER X gi ILTJME V CHIPLBY WASHINGTON COUNTY FLORIDA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER lIt 1897 NUMBER 13 HE BOND OF FLESH rd Tale of Life from the Tyrolese Mountains BY EDGAR FAWCETT CHAPITER IlContlnued on contrived to murmur In my would not hesitate Olaf Avel kady whenever you are Bettor at risk there is than go on like anxiety and self torment T woll I answered toll him II i him before I do that I am will Ball be tomorrow night morrow night It was But bo nl had a long talk with Linda i of this OonratT listened and I that he did so with a hungry BBS varied by suspicious glances keif The poor follow teemed to me distressing doubt of my own led love for him I well know s was at tho root of all his un e It refreshed mo wonderfully e at length yielded either to my wet or his own weariness and into a feverish yet decided r omptly addressed Linda then peso direct apd tremulous words have shown me that you care II can only speak In wh...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 11 September 1897

4 4 o1r 4 > J1 r k t r j F T i i THE BANNER JPUBU8HKU BVEUYBATUUDAY s atTBSCEIPTION fl IKU ANNUM INVAIUDLV IN ADVANCE I II I I r ENTERED AT THK PIT OFFICE AT CHIP LET FLA At SECOND CLASS MAIL t MATTER V o JONIM EDITOR I 4 ADV nTI INO RATES OX AITUOATinN I Clilpley Fin Sept 4th 189 y I Tim queen rcgont of Spain will recelvo tho now United States minister General Stewart L Wood on Sept 13th Canada snys wo must not say Klondike but Troandlko Hut whoso boss Is i Canada an > how Anybody can spell an 1 Indian work as many ways as Shakes ptaro spelled his name and no Indian I r over objects r An Increase of nearly 15000000 In tho public debut during Augnst justifies Tho Worlds observation that Undo Sam has not yot felt tho wave prosperity When this sort of thing happened under a Dem ocratic Administration how tho Repub lican papers did howl p I A great sutlt Is going on In California f says an exchange to de 1do whether tho owner of the hen owns tho chickens or tho woman that bought ...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 11 September 1897

u L J N aIlrmvd ilme lubl SOUTH LEAVK IKNSACOfA 3 MA U 5 M AJI 21 MIXD 1155 IJI ARRIVE AT uai IMvY 3 JIMl 021 AM 21 MIXED 527 AJI NORTH 02 MAIL 047 IM U 2i MIXER 1150 IM Local aid Personal Dug says ho shook Notice what Dcklo says Subscribe for tho BANNER Everybody Invited Oct 2nd Head tho new ads In this Issue Read J N Daniels guano notice Cotton yes cotton plenty of cotton Prosperity Is here mind what we toll you youWho Who was It that wrote a telegram on u tamp J 0 Murphy of Wnuaw wus a visitor aero Tuesday Mr John Rocho of Vornon was In tin city Wednesday Dr Flemming of Gracevlllo was a vis itor hero Wednesday Whon you want to go to tho Klondike Just ° come to Florida A R Wells shipped u cur load of film beef cattle Thursday Marshal Watson cut a few weeds on the streets this week Miss Lnla Stanton Is visiting friends at Cottondale this week Look up Cooks advertisement In this Issue ho means business Chew Huynolrts Schoupps No cheap to bncco HS KIKX No irood intmcco HH cheap For e...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 11 September 1897

1 F IUf SOOTHJSPROSPEP1NtI 1 CBOF REPORTS FIIOM EVERY STATE I ABE ENTHUSIASTIC THE FARMERS ARE REJOICING 0 New Orleans TltueiDeinocrati AnnuM p Trade Edition Contain Fact anil Fljr w ani From Commliilonen L The New Orleans TimesDemocrat is out with its nuuunl trade edition and contains a summary of the crop I i conditions in the south reported offi cially from the various states by the J commissioners of agriculture The f r reports are by telegraph made ou a September let basis and tho condi tions on the whole are more encourag i ing than they havo been in many years The reports confirm tho statement that there was a heavier acreage planted than ever before in tho south Not only is the cotton acreage 8 per cent larger but corn is 12 per cent larger and cane rice potatoes tobacco and nearly every crop grown The southern farmers were determined to do all they could to bring themselves 0 on a good sound financial basis again 2 They planted more food crops than S usual so as to reduce t...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 11 September 1897

< tXi j V L J1 7 f yfl t > < 1 Y TIW CHIPLEY BANNER I x h > 1 VOLUME V CHIPLEY WASHINGTON COUNTY FLORIDA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 11 1897 NUMBER 13 THE BOND OF FLESH ird Tale of Life from the Tyrolese Mountains BY EDGAR FAVCFrr CHArrER llContlnued I soon contrived to murmur in my I would not hesitate Olaf Avel I ready whenever you are Bettor hat rlok there is than go on like n anxiety and selftorment rywell I answered toll him it o him before I do that I am will shall be tomorrow night tomorrow night It was But be en I had a long talk with Linda me of this OonratT listened and I ht that ho did so with a hungry ness varied by suspicious glances yself The poor fellow Eocracd to some distressing doubt of my own nod love for him I well know this was at tho root of all his un ess it refreshed mo wonderfully i he at length yielded either to my power or his own weariness and id into a feverish yet decided ber promptly addressed Linda then these direct apd tremulous words ou have show...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 11 September 1897

I I 4 < 1 I J I I fUr SOUTH 18 PR08PfRIHG OJBOP BEPOBTS FROM EVERY STATE ABE ENTHUSIASTIC I 1 THE FARMERS ARE REJOICING TlmesOemocrat Annual Ne w Orleans Trade Edition Contains Facts ami FIR arcs Front CoimnlislonerB The New Orleans TimesDeinocrflt Is but with its nunual trade edition and contains a Btunninry of the crop conditions in the south reported offi cially from the various states by the commissioners of agriculture The reports are by telegraph made on a September 1st basis anil the condi tions on the whole are more encourag ing than they have been in nuny years The reports confirm tho fctateraont that there was a heavier iicrcnge planted than ever before in the south i Not only is the cotton acreage 8 per cent larger but corn is 12 per cent larger and cane rice potatoes tobacco nnd nearly every crop grown The southern farmers were determined to o all they could to bring themselves on a good sound financial basis again I They planted more food crops than 4 usual so as to ...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 18 September 1897

Ifi j t c FHE CHIPLEY BANNER > J t 11 t 1 t rOLTJME Y CHIPLEY WASHINGTON COUNTY FLORIDA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 18 189T NUMBER 14 THE 8TQRY OF UL11 t e1 lid at the Edge of the Northern Sea and Written for This Paper k BY EDWIN LESTER ARNOLD Y CIIAPTKn I s Is the Btory of Ulla thn viking ne the prlost This la tho story of tho proud and Ulla tho humblo q Is tho tory each sentence ol falls on tho hoart of tho writer JcI as the hollow moan of breakers me desolate mtdnlght shoro And tt cart ot Ulla Is that shore and the c of tho storm that Is over the of tho llfo and the loving comes nt and Bad as ho writes with n 14 ncholy cadonca through tho hush d e evening of living bJ m that viking I am that priest ero In my lonely homo by tho cJgo 11 v r U 1I rftv Ji BIT BTTIIE Dm eniNE oriir LAMP t fcho northern Boa I sit by tho dim be of my lamp vhllo tho night wind s without and across those lean mi hands these palsied knotted fcers that tremble like tho whlto ten leaves lies a fair braid of yello...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 18 September 1897

F t1 F j 4 T VT4 H V i > r 1 r THE BANNER PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY ICBBORIPT10N f 1 PER AXXOU INVARIHLV IN ADVANCE ENTERED AY THE PubT OFFICE AT CHIP LET FLA AS SECOND OLABS MA1I MATTER T 0 JONIU EDITOR If ADVEKTI8INO HATES IN APPLICATION r I ic Chiplcy Fin Sept 18Mi 1807 I I The Board of Directors of the State Ag ricultural College met at Lake City last week and elected Dr W F Yocum of Vartow president Tho avenues of dally usefulness are rt opening up to women In Connecticut I where n female editor was threatened with a suit of tar and feathers ti F At last everybody seem satisfied with k the present and prospectlvo futuro of tho r State Agricultural College and the con t gratulutlons of all the people ere tacitly ir extended to the now president What has become of the advance In wa ges that was prdmlscd under the Dlngley bill The advance In tho necessaries of life Is here but tho boom In the wage markets for some reason has been delay ed Ex I A poor editor who knows how It is h...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 18 September 1897

1 E p C 1W r r C P Ui I I N Itailroutl Cabin SOUTH LFAVrv 1BNdAtiOLV l tLti 523A M IXD UfO IM AttlllVB ATOflULtV AIL 021 AJI EllXEU 527 A3I NUitrt I Jll 047 PM MLBli 1260 IM cal Qiid Personal > gins aro badly crowded now ere Is lots of fun hero If you will for It o run the yearling through the re tent I J D Smith vas quite sick a day or Ithls week V Williams went up the creeks ono Ithls week I W Cook has about recovered from lecentsleltness fr Gnss Owen of Pensacola visited MS hero this week ipt Gay Is progressing lilcely with Iwork on Ills stables ncle Alex Carmichael of Gracevlllo was Isltor hero Thursday cats up your premises friend clean tss Is next to godliness Ir Scab Tiller of Iensacola Is spend f the week with his sister here liew Reynolds Schawpps No cheap to Ico us geed No 1000l tobieco no clieip sao by Vhltiit Williams 7n2m The Jury for fall term of till court in shlnglon county will bo drawn on t 22 Uifns Harrell of Jell acola another of P A A boys visited relatives h...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 18 September 1897

r ORIGIN OTFABRICS I Many of Them Traceable to the Middle Artl Like civilization Industries came from the East and the orgin ot differ ent fabrics can be generally traced to one of the great seats of trade and manufacture in the Middle Ages The great intellectual awakening of the East under the stimulus of Arabic culture and luxuriance iras nccomp j Hihed I > T n correspondent awakening in all branches of industry and trade Bagdad during the beneficent reign of HarunulEashid became the seat of luxury and the intellectual and lit erary capital both of Islam and of the world Thence the industrial and fine arts wore transferred by Saracen and j Moor and Ostnanli to the extremities industries 1 of Europe When Moslem i I began to wane they were succeeded by those of Flanders and thelattor were i In turn succeeded bytboeofXOrth6rfl I t Italy These Were the sh ed centers of manufacture In mediae val times Other localities such as many in France Spain and England t are wellknown for thei...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 18 September 1897

J I < VFH B CHIPLEY m BANNER t VOLUME V CHIPLEYWASmNGTON COUNTY FLORIDA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 18 1897 NUMBER 14 THE StORY OF ULLA old at the Edge of the Northern Sea and Written for This Paper I I BY EDWIN LESTER ARNOLD o CHAPTER I this Is the story of Vila thn viking a the prlP8tl This Is lliu story ot in tho proud and Ullu the humblu i is Is tbo btory each sentence ol Jch alls on the heart of tho writer Ivy ivy as the hollow moan of brcakcra some deeoato midnight shore And i heart of Vila Is that shore unit the so of the storm that is overthe rm of tho life and the loving comes tnnt and sad as ho writes with a Innclioly cadence through tho hush the evening of living am that viking I am that priest hero In my lonely home by tho edge i I ntrn WI SIT BY THE DIM SHINE Or M V LAMP the northern sea I sit by the dim Ine of my lamp whllo the night wind ghs without and across those loan In hands those palsied knotted gera that tremble like tho white pen leaves lies a fair braid of yellow l...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 18 September 1897

T J JaJiI t q 11 i I I I r ORIGIN FABRICS I k Many of Them Traceable to the Middle Agei Like civilization industries cama from the East and the orgin of differ I ent fabrics con be gnerally traced to one of the great seats of trado and t manufacture in the Middle Ages The great intellectual awakening of the East under the stimulus of Arabic f culture acd luiurianco was accomp lished by a correspondent awakening t In all branches of industry and trade Bagdad during the beneficent reign of HarunulPashld became the seat of luxury and tho intellectual and literary capital both of Islam and of the world erary Thence the industrial and fine arts wore transferred br Saracen and Moor and Oilman to the extremities of Europe When Moslem industries began to wane they were succeeded by those of Flanders and the Utter were in turn succeeded by those of Northern Italy These were the wellestablish ed centers of manufacture in mediae val times Other localitie such as many In France Spain and Englan...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 25 September 1897

p v T v > i r r > V J > f s i a iV iV > > < > A < i a N 4 c a if > FH E CHIPLEY BANNER to f4i j > I VOLUME V CHI JJEY WASHINGTON COUNTY FLORIDA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 25 1891 NUMBER 15 THE STORY OF UU1 Told at the Edge of the Northern Sea and Written for This Paper if BY EDWIN LESTER ARNOLD CHAPTER IT We crept out by the preen Island of rhymnoes whore tho vrMto sheep wore feeding to tho wators edge and past Poddo on our right and tho long black Iboro ot Uommcls on the loft and so by Zany o green ooland nnd dark rock out Dtotho spray and fresh Bait wind wen oyfully lurching tho old flea Wolf The rothv pillow of tho foam glittering inder her prow and behind tho greet uall of the Norway pines and tho gray eke and the sweet sea surge that mblei forever at their feet and throw white arms up as though loverlike would enlace Ha silver fIngers with green hair of tho nodding brachoe rernoad Down went our gallant shore own peak and pine nnd polut and at e great black...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Florida, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Chipley banner. — 25 September 1897

= THE BANNER PtiBUBDKl EVERY SATURDAY JUBSCKIPTION fl PER ANNVU JHVJRlJJLY INADVANCK = FWT OFFICE AT CHIP ENTERED AfTlIK SECOND CMBS HAJJ 4 LET FLA AS + MATTES EDITOR T C JONM ADVEETI INO ItATES OS AlPLICATlnN Clilplcy Fin SCIt 2lJth 1891 p Tim South really thought them was no suchathlnsasljnclilng In the North such a thing as Yet there Is report ofa wholesale lynch suspected of who were ing of six men others as all there aro robbery After the Indiana peoplo will admit Pensaco lu News t All the world Is hereby requested to L t take notice that a Florida Tobacco Fair will be held at Lake City on October 27 and Si And It will open the eyes of tho world too The best tobacco of this State has boon sold as Cuban but now we we expect to hang out our own shingle i Somoof the Anarchists who are not r ranted In Europe are coming to America i says the Iensaeola News Why should i i Ie put upwlth them Is America Eu i ropes dumping ground or not It Is time the Immigration authorities make i I t ...

Publication Title: Chipley Banner, The
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