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Title: The Chipley banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: C. Tharp & Co.
Place of Publication: Chipley Washington County Fla
Creation Date: September 8, 1910
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Chipley
Coordinates: 30.779167 x -85.539167 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I hINS.URANOEf .1 the particular person who i.i McDavid for several months has .
bavea, new depot agent at returned here. 'He'will' leave in
fixed. Banks tail and factories -
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a'few days'for Wausau where he,
close workmen strike and .
merchants fail Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Cooper with others, will'erect' a new
mines suspend, : '
visited relatives here last week. .mill'
and towns burn, times may be Also dealers in. Staple

F. B. CALLA W A y; A ent.I panicky'and'' even crops may be Our,school progressing a1 eely Rev. R. C. Williams returned and Fancy Groceries.

am pleased to tell ,the. people of short but the farmer who owns under the able management home Thursday :'night from a

Chipley and vicinity, that I have pur his acres will get along He will of Prof. Russell. / trip covering,two weeks' during Confectionaries, Smok- .

chased the insurance. business of Buell live in comfort and quiet, with The, quarterly. meeting is going ; which he attended the National' l lI ers'Goods Fruits, Veget-

Cook. plenty to eat, drink and wear. I Bible Conference. He says: he
I represent pnlv the very best coin* He is the most independent man. on here now. Good congregations had a'most enjoyable time. ables. .Fish. 'and Oysters.
.nlea-tbq: time| tried and fire teat are in attendance.
p. on earth. Yet there are lots of Stock new and prices a'
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glad to.write you a policy. them who do not appreciate their Monday.Prof. Consequently we had DR. T. G. YATES, little cheaper. We want
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rated. Ask a man who owns a policyif had,a holiday in our school. With TWENTY: YEARS' your trade. Give ,our.
he will sell it! The saving*' ot a EXPERIENCE: as an ... P ,
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life-time may be wiped out in a few Pine'and Cypress Shingles improved condition of Mrs. EYE SPECIALIST, a

minutes Not so, if you are Insured. Po.ale.!! Meade.. She is able to be up, WILL BE! AT vice first class. Locatedin
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/ place your insurance with me. We,are in position to furnish Our camp meetings start hereon Dr. Wilson's Office. Tharp building. Phone

promptly, 4x18 Pine Shingles, Monday after the 2nd Sunday IN CHIF UBY, .
T F. B. Callaway No.: 1 and No. 2, and 4x16" and in''October Everybody invited. From ELEVEN'to' SIX o'cck No. 8.
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5x16 Cypress No. 1 and No.. 2. There was a little scrap here First Tuesday In Each Month. Chipley, Fla.

Insurance Agent. Car lots or less than car lots. Saturday eye, between two of \1r Examinations FREE.

Ins u Aycock LtfftJrtifoer Co.* the Enterprise Lumber Co's My Pensacola office li I Boom No 410

Send in your subscription. Aycock. Flo. boy's; neither, one was hurt much. HlountBuildina Read the advertisements. .


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}I wottevef tliey'may have n. ei lblfJon..n(['-awi.-Jl CA Q se: ot the Fair, take
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Church D.reelOn t. l r'' test Ftoridt person to""do so;,in,the' presence :%f the awarding',Judge, or shall otherwise
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M. K. Church Southl-Preachlnc even insult the awarding Judge, shall forfeit the premium and be excluded from
Ito and 3rd /Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. -
Pastor. the competition.
K. C. Williams
Sabbath /School 10 a. m. W. N. Sheat. I Chipley. v Flotida0' ,, '26. Exhibitors live stock -are expected to exercise due discretion in
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Thursday night Oct 2 .2.7 .regard'to exhibiting :: ,
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Everybody cordially 'nrjted.tr ; !.; .F ...' -_, !. "." -. --- allowed In the buildings after closing hours, except 'upon, the written orderof
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'" Baptist Church;;Preaching every 2nd Members of the Board :Will See 'Tnat These Rules Are Strictly Enforced.a W. the Superintendent of the,. Building t ..+, ",10:"

,and. 4th /Sunday. :Rev. Colller.pastor. ..'- ; .28. Goods shipped to the Manager; fob exhibition ..must bepn his hands
/Sabbath School 10 a. m., V. C. Hawk '
Saperinteneent.Prayer ';' I' -* nO 'later than the Saturday preceding the Fatt 4' fi r br'to give time for

Meeting Wednesday nights. j. 0 placing them on' exhibition. B *>**&? m> 'Jf .. 1 M

SUPERINTENDENTS 0' ..... \ J .
...(one. ..DirectoryOffice PROTESTS. .;. .
hours 7:30 a. m. to 7:00 p m.; except 1. The Fair grounds will be open for the reception of stock and articles "'fn' ,, made I' '?1 '". -
should be shippedto 29:' All protests must be in writing, accompanied by affidavit setting .
Sunday for exhibition on Tuesday, October 25th, 1910, and they
East-bound l mall closes at 10:20 sin the grounds for protesting. Protests'agalnst the exhibition of other
the exhibitor or his agent, and In no case shall any article be brought upon forth
W.st-bounel..n closes at 5:10 p.m. must be filed with the' "fyanager at least twelve hours
the of articles ,
the grounds and be placed upon, exhibition except by and at expense: ; animals or
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Mall from Vernon arrives- 10 'm. made. Protests againstjawards must be filed with the
# 'before the awards are
arrival of the east boundmsll. the owner or his authorized agent. i
and leaves on
,*.'. '1ii... Manager by 4 o'clock 'p. m. on the day following. that on which the awardsare
12:30 t 8. 'Exhlbltora are requested to, ship such articles aa are intended for exhibition of animals 'or articles
-Sunday hourlIt:30'o": to pi m.;; made. Protests against the will be con-

Money Orders issued at airtours When exhibition"' as early, ipoeslble: so aa. to give ample time for transportation. sldered by the Board at Its first meeting after the filing of' the protests. Parties .

office. Is open,except,r J Sundays P HCHRJU i;6 .*P.'*M.. \ 3: All 'animals Centered for exhibition must be placed in the several Interested will be duly notified by -the Manager, and 'opportunity given

,'. ..-- \' -, departments prior to 8:00 a. m. Wednesday October 26th. 1910. and if not so them to submit evidence.-, -I

Oar ClBbMnK E.U*. placed the owners will thereby forfeit all right to, exhibit or compete for In every case of protest the party protesting must. deposit with the Sec.
; unless relieved from such results of forfeiture by order of the
Atlanta premiums the .amount of the premium Involved, how
'B.i.HHIIB: and Semi-waekly retary a sum equal to excepting: ,
Journal per vear'X.75. ., ; ) ,- t./ /Superintendent/ of. ,t'the department in which thei'are entered. For time of ever, that In no' case shall 'the amount required .to be .deposited exceed the

BANNKR: and Thrice p week New. York placing. exhibits other than live:etock, see rules at head of classes. sum of $25, which sum shall, in the event of the protest'being, sustained, be

World per year, $1.63. > ,tJSNTRT OF EXHIBITS. returned to the complainant,and If the protest. shall.not be ,sustained, then
BJLNKBB: and Seml: : Bkly .Tlme>-Uni ,. 1 i to the Board.
shall be forfeited ,
said sum
Cltlxen 11.50. ;>
nand per year .4. Entries may be .mad by addressing the Secretary at Chipley, ,Fla.
Home and Farm, year addition to the rights of .protest herein granted to interested parties
B.i.JUTIIB: and per In
Application for entry in liv.e stock classes A, D, G and D, must be filed before I
--,11.2/\/ Association expressly reserves the right to take cognizance of fraud
the Fair
-:- Tuesday/October 18,19J6, at 6:00 p. m. Blank applications will be furnished f / '
have been consummated, or attempted,'and to deal with any partyor
which may .
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at any time on which to specify ,the exhibitor's nameand address,
General Directory. after Men. parties implicated therein in such manner Within the ,scope' of the powerof
ft the animals or articleS: offered. No entry can be made

,STA'L'OF9'IUTAL (,,,h > pa.t.; October'24; at.!9 tOQ)((;O'clock ai:',:m., unless, In case of unavoidable detention, the Board.as may from the evidence relating thereto'' >r be:* deemed-'' Just and

only certificate of the'General Manager. Exhibitors will find proper..
and then on
.. Governor-Alber W. Gllchrlat. AWARDS. ->/i' -. .
'' S.cr.tarjot St.at.e-B. Clay Crawford. their entry cards and exhibitors'[tIckets; ready for them at the office of the -' ;

., Attorney General Park Trammell. l. Secretary. the Fair on the first,day- of the Fair. 30. Awards will be made by the single Judge 'syster;,-.: ;; i

COM..Agriculture-B. B. McLJn. 5. Articles which' ,are the product of mechanical skill or artistic! skill 31. Judges will report to the Superintendents at.their respective depart. '
ments at 9 o'clock a. m. on the day fixed for awarding premiums on the lots
authorized ,
dealer
manufacturer
TreasurerWm V, Knott. may be entered by. the artist, Inventor. or I
which they are respectively to Judge. ;, > : "
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Smpt. Public 32. No person shall act as Judge In any lot in which he may be Interested
.wa,. 6. On the entry of each nlmal 'or article a card will be furnished ,the as the exhibitor, agent or employee of an exhibitor- otherwise, and.if

Comptroller C. Croom. exhibitor specifying the class, the number of thV lot aid theSjnmber: of Jth4 'such case should be presented the Superintendent of Department may remove

M. Shack leford, article such Interested judge, or substitute another Judge: temporarily.,
Supreme Court-Thos. entry, which card must remain attached to animator dkFlntheexhibition l : '. "

Chief Justice .Ai..B. Mabrv. Cler*. except in classes C and D, y/henitlf"fctiou'ld'Wattached: to'the'pen 33.:' No animal or article deemed unworthy shall be awarded a premium,

.- Railroad Commtssfon-R. Hudson Burr, or coop. / but no premium shall be withheld merely because there is no competition

,Chairman B. cjDunnCer.k.l! : ; ;,?',;. -: % 11\\ '{:! except in classes where specified. Judges may' award.any grade of premium
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first ludlclal.clrcultJ.EmmettTY.lf. .. -a-j f *
', Js4fte., rensacola.. "'the entry shall have been i de..as.ab v ;>xcept'In.fcaVe ore'nlergencyfandthen 34. Should any doubt arise as to the regularity of entry, or any other

:State Sollcltar Urst Judicial circuit.-. at the discretion of the, General Manager:. 4 -j- or'' ..,$4k-4 important matter, which the Judge feels Incompetent-: tor decide, he shall at
to the of the Department: for decision,
: once report the same Superintendent. ;
'' Walter* L.hoe.l ; \ \> Xl \ \.> 8.. Every animal or ,article offered for competition shall be under the which, when made, shall be final.
-- control.ofthe. Superintendent! .of, the pepartment In "Whlc1 -entered, but
35. Judges are Instructed that if they shall have' goo /'Teall9ns to believe
U. S. LAND" OFFICE OFFICIALS.M. the Fair Association will In no' case.' be responsible for any damage loss that any exhibitor, by false entry or otherwise; attempts to deceive the Judgesor

S. Ckubbi:Register, ainesvilje) ; Fla. to the lame that may occur, ( ,," the public and obtain a premium by misrepresentation,' they shall report.
Gainesville.WASHINGTON the facts at .once to the Superintendent; .who 'shall' report' the"dame: to the
Shields Warren Receiver .
,FEES .' -5' Board who may expel such exhibitor for two: or more years.,
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COUNTY,OFFICERS. '. 9. No fees will be1 charged on any stock, of article'entered premiums
sldered in of
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Ctrcalt Clerk-W.'C.'Lockey, V rDon.C..t. this year, but each exhibitor will be required purchase exhibitor's: ; ticket ;,
37. Objections to serving as Judge must submitted to
any person
Yer on. before entries, firm being regarded as, dne ellbl: lto Only 'one
oJudReWi'II.. } ', t making a ; the Superintendent in writing prior to making any award 'giving good and
:5lterUr-o: G. Alleu. Chlpley.TreasurerH. .- member will be admitted to the grounds_ on the ticket that entitles the firm sufficient reasons therefor, and upon which the Superintendent shall bare

B. Tiller.: ere.9n. 'to.compete, and in no case shall such ticket .be'transferable; > : full power to act. .

fax ll9tlllor-J..1. Williams Cblpley. ." ", 38. Any exhibitor attempting to Interfere' with the-Judges during theiradjudications
10. Tickets will be sold as follows:
Tax COll.ctor-W. B. Gainer,Jtyontana.Sapt.
will be promptly'excluded from- competition...

.. Public' Inst.ruct.lon-B.. F Gainer' /* Tickets admitting one person one day. :. . . .25 39. The public may not be allowed in the departments while.the judgingIs.
"."lIall. '# rltlnp.rvisor >',* j Tickets admitting child under 12 years .one day, .. \15 going on.
of Regletratlon-J. W. . :. . . 50
Season tickets good, at any time 45. Each award, and notice of protest, if. any be made, must be writtenin
'Oalaer, Eoonflna; .> ;, '.IJ' nt1"C..st. ; Exhibitor's ticket good for entire season. .'> ; ,-.- .50 ,a plain, careful manner: by the Superintendent, in ink .or indelible pencil,
Hollcltor. A. D. Carmichael '" "
11.. Ten cents foot will be charged for* spaces for exhibits of -blank page.opposite the entry
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41.. The books must be returned the Superintendent of each depart
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machinery, agricultural Implements, buggies, and trade displays generally
Surveyor-Thos. C9l'lIns. Cary ment to the Secretary as soon as' the awards in each are completed. .
"> .4 d! buildings: and & cents per square foot on grounds: complimentary '
vllle, Fla. 42. Each Superintendent shall exercise great care In' preserving and
ticket will be issued to member' the firm 'or..agent having In charge
C.uatyCommlaslonerei.- '. *, one returning the entry books of the department, as all checks for premiums are

J. M. Simmons, Chairman, VernonS. such exhibits-.and! one helper's' ticket will .be. '.issued. for each $10 paid forspace. authorized only upon entries contained therein: ._ .1' '
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W. Bush. Cblpley. *' t 43. Awards will be designated as follows!

I ... F. Evans Vernon. ".,,-, ', 12., No person will be permitted; remain. on',the- g ounda, over:: night. BLUE RIBBONS Indicate the flrst.premlum.w.' i' ?
J. M. Porter Mlllville. RED RIBBONS, second premium" ; :t ; WI"'* x f' t
those; exhibitor's .tickets 'or permits.
except ; holding complimentary
,J, T. High tower. Vernon.; 'f _. '; ," ', WHITE RIBBONS, third premium.
t School Board: ', v :* RULES AP'PLIOABL'E. TO: ANIMALS. Ribbon will be affixed at the time of the nwarde'on all premium animals

O B..,Bush, Chairman, Orange Bill shown In the rings. Upon all other animals or articles the Superintendentsof
S. J< Gainer, St. Andrews 13. Any person who.. shall enter stock or occupy'' a'' stall 01''den i therewith, the several departments shall attach the ribbons awarded by'the Judges,
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TT. F, RUMS Vernon. ,' ," and' shall fail to show the same In'thVclass entered,*ilh ll'bS 'required 'to pay and they are never to be affixed to articles classed as "miscellaneous." Suitable
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:;: penalty 'of not-less'than" $10, and the kt6Clt'sO'entered'shdvl'riotbi: removed machinery wagons; etc: "" -- ''"

.. CJUPLEV CITY OFFICIALS.. ., from the- grounds until such nne, la paid. xyThe- Superintendents of classes
,. Mayor J.T.Brltt;* ..: f**'' '; ''**A': 'B/C and D, shall be a 'committee' 'determine'wnetner: such'stock'shall PERMITS AND' PRIVILEGES S. :r ', '.; '."

Ilsrakal-W.D.Peters., have been entered In.good faith,.and their decision shall be final.
44. No privileges will ,be granted for less than The shall
Clerk and Treasurer-W, W. Cook. exhibited in $5. Manager
14.. All competing animals shall be and paraded the ring reserve the
right of cancellation at any time for reasons satisfactory to him
D. Carmichael chairman
C..cll-A.
at the'discretion of the Superintendents and any'exhibitor falling to'comply self, of all .contracts made with concessionaires .
,
C. .. Dunn J. R. McGeachy. C. E. Tharp
W. O. Butler, Jr &f IT .' with this ,rulav shall forfeit any premluntfawafded his stocky No animal 45. Each concessionaire must confine himself' to the space assigned
.
'A '_ ?shall.be decorated'with: any unnecessary 'tfippings7etc.. .during rthe'examlna-. .him.. Failure to do so will subject him to-forfelture of his privilege without

"" .' :,' ,.. .. tion by'the awarding committee. .: ..Jj"j WL ._._Jjr: A. I j m. ... # reimbursement.41r.No game of. chance. or immoral< eihlbltionwill-. *>>:Jboi r be allowed on thegrounds.

15. Every animal shall be entered and''exhibited in the name of the No shows that make any unnecessary demonstration; on the outside

The. BannerChipley bona fide owner who shall have owned .the same at least thirty days prior of their tents, to attract the attention of the public, will be'permitted on the
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: to.entry,.oc his agent at the, time of.entry .(except where otherwise, specified), grounds. -

J jt! but:;the owner's' name tehairnotx. appear 6n. entry cardsl"3f :T. ,jf"-i*' JJ'. .47. All concessions l.! must be paid cash in hand." :
*8. Under no circumstances will be'allowed to Place
person
16. The owner of the 'dim at.the time of service shall be considered the any advertIsing matter any or-firm .
.. Fla upon buildings, trees or any place on the grounds.nor
breeder of the.anlmal. will they be permitted tO distribute Advertising .matteoutside. of,."the
place- assigned them. "
17. The Superintendent of classes A- B. O and D shall exclude stock '
Stands for the Upbuilding of 49. The Superintendent of Grounds and Buildings will see that thistle;
from.all competition should there be unnecessary or embarrassing delay on is strictly enfO-rced. ,
the exhibitors In' bringing animals into the allow : '
thepart of ring
Cblp ey, i 'r V ,e tddgN .4 w1k g+ ; : "a *- -: I' PAYMENTS """' :, '' ': '
OF .> -
18. The ages, of cattle,,sheep and hogs shall be reckoned from date of \ PREMIUMS., > <: '. -? $* fv'f a",, .

birth to.the first day of October, 1910. 5(). The Secretary will mall '( after
checks wlthln'-30
I "I i I till 54 ", I' for premiums days
TVamliington County. i4 -, !4 J x LJ- > : 1: J x ,the close of the Fa.lr. "
) 19. No diseased animal,will be admitted. to the.. grounds, and the Boardof ":', '" 'y,
Directors reserve the right to any -animal or fowl that show '
; may *
Florida r\movt STALLS
Xnd symptoms' ( disease dnrlngtne; Fair- ''j ',' .i14'f7' ;**>H' t'> '''-'. ,i : .. AND PENS. ; ,

51. atani'VTt'iIL1' assigned only to bona fide'exhibitors and partleftTsub--
,
20. In ,case .of, .the, ,outbreak of anT contagloua Infectious disease leN: ? permission of the the department
Superintendent of
Subscription, $1 Per Year. among 'domestic'animals", maftlng'lt Bd laable"ifoVtha'publrfWfe'ty"'that such thereby forfeit the same'and such stall will be subject to reasslgnment.m .

stock should not, be exhibited at the West Florida Fair; at Chipley, the Board 52. Parties desIring stalls for exhibitIon of horses and cattle at the pair

reserves the right, in case of .such .emergency', to withdraw the premiums S l their applications with the Manager at Chipley Blank appllcatlOJlS

,:,,.:::;: We Mike a Specialty of therefor: 'by giving public notlce'at any time. for stalls and w111 address e'' with rnlshed the'at name: any of time breed, on which of animals to specify for which the eshlbltor'sname stalls are

21, No' animal exhibition may be removed from the grounds, until desired. Applications for stalls will not be- considered unless accompanied

%; Neat, the close of the Fair, except animals In Class B or those affected with disease, by the fees. ,
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h and in ,such cases only upon. the written permission of the Superintendent, 53. Stalls used for storing feed or for the' accommodation of attendants

J.<.. Artistic or as specified In rules! In?e h'tlass. ,jp} *' .fi 1 -ft "S; N .> L furnished 54.,., Parties at the regular price. 1"1' -

r1rW '; C' .-Kimerclal Printing'" 22. Symmetry:.size, ea"lymatqrIJ"! 'fnd general naraoteriatlca of i ach before Wednesday contraCting, October 26 for, shall stalls forfeit and not occupying the same the On stallS or
: the
;. of the several breeds of animals! wlll be .Considered bathe jtuidges! shall be subject 'to re-asslgnment. In right thereto? and and
of' Jr 'W ; \ entriesshown failure to : casa of unavoidable detention '
; 23. The 'Superintendent of each department musi"checkw the the :attend the Flair, proper notice of such inability must be given to

in the entry boobs so that they will show what animals or articles Secretary prior to ., Saturday, October 21at. I 1\.

-tThe; ; Banner were passed on,by the judges. "' $ '&..)1 ie 't tuB clot; r" 55.and Any fail person to show who the shall enter stock and ocbupy.a tall or' pen therewith to
same In tbe'class entered, shall,be required
pay a
...J.f.1r.Y. DUTIES AND PRIVILEGES. OF EXHIBITORS. be removed penalty from of not the less than no s'uchTe offense a'r1the. stock. .. 'shall not
; grounds until Is Paid I r c,
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;r- ;> .''viT Chipley, Fla.. :; Exhibitors will at all \timesrgiva the!; necessary 'per l. '
S 1'*> -..k ': ", ,.- JII>- 1', L .''",.,2-4., .. i. *.!. *. <,> .,. \ 41. '" ,,rtr..,,,..... W .A.JI*.'.tII\II1. _;a. ,1f.io onaltttentfoyu. .. Continued on 3rd !?a : : ....}'.
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1f R. Ulrt, who at the time represented Wii7GiiNf) i f
<- our government In Parie asa li TIlE
Pr ini", m. Open to persons Living in WatMngton, secretary of legation, went to Egypl

'i JTacfcaon onJfoZme* O '" IilnrregsM. to a matter involving the g
ocynUea
l" Greek American subject tic Insu.ru.nce: 4IllPf3'ya; ,; oJ. s ,. ( )
4 'N.t:$' II \ :e "-.. In Alexandria and went to the 8 !: .

} COL15IfC vir zu1BITS. ': '" 'J .....' j\t'\ HotelJItUirope and found the roonjug B .' OF'V: 1 f
n '
clerk busy salgnlng! rooms to Marianna, Florida S
: For the most ly arrived passengers, a regular polyglot '. ; f
*' best largest and artistically arranged collective : :\ 11 : :
.r" Individual Exhibit . . .$50.00 In languages. He heard him speak ''In.ltea your attention tatts'New'Llne' Pol idea, aa"embodying!: Thqplaximum 5 : .
2. For the second beat collective Individual Exhibit.. . . 20.00 : Arabic Greek French Italian ,"tidOerman ,
f < ; o ; ,; sq-.1tben It came Mr. Ritt'etttrll | of practical'protection at the. 'lowest practical price. A remarkably y u
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V Rule and 'JtepI.'II tYorigtbotR'rrtiltpl fretf Vonteattt'. -. lo-rtgfttr be jocosely said, "po70U 11> cheap contract but safe 'conservative and backed by home' 'capital. ".'' uH. .. {]
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clerk
American? The '
.:?v 1. Competition Is open to Individuals of each of these counties. promptly speak replied: "A leetle. Der Vae w. ., Mli/TON,. President.
.? 2. Display from each farm shall be confined to products actually grown one American here lately who give Directors, 1. T (;immon "jhltfnton\ yr.;Wfl 'Watson" N. A.Bftltzell.. i;.
thereon this year and the party exhibiting Is required to be the producer. mel l4Inerlean grammar."" Mr. riltl i : J. E. Brook., J, M. Dillon..H. B. LevvIs. John. SIatof,111.' 101 .. ,s
4 3. Awards and prizes ah All*Bel based wn.theHjUallty :and Variety ol.prod- :
asked to have a' look at the book. xbe tS4lOf9tD0000C4 Ot:MO OCICICDGCOGOOOCOOCCCOCCOOC" .
nets shown in the several the first and
exhibits and shall be made on second .. ,
best and largest displays. ri: ; .\ \ ;. ''cle1'lt'promptly told one of the garcons --- r.i. iriLia..i-= "'11N1w..'_:.4... -- --:....... -:; '
24. Bach exhibit must include' a representative .collection of the cultivated to it'the book out* of his room, dff.bDehtt .a '
? products of the farm .orchard'and. garden cereals-grasaea, textile' and. I book was being brought the.. I If It Is; Machin yyouatfr. ,I v/eliavi +t."Vyi. ;, .> ; I:
forage' plants vegetables and' fruits. Also txatlve "wild grasses; nuts; fruits; 'clerk"sal "De grammar Is phonetic. Us iorc4tal< ie,: prices anU Jcuus: ; ..1 '
and other useful products of toe soil.t t"Wheil the book was brought, lo and 1 -
6. Each sample to be 'plainly J abel' Urfectly labeled with the tommonnatne. behold- It was a copy of Petroleum MAtSbY iO fpA' l'Y' } ,

and with the botanical,",name, if ,known to the exhibitor, and such V i.N asbjrjs letters. D. R. Locke while ,
exhibitor must before an award isimad .furnish 'to' the'' Superintendent kit In Egypt had presented a copy to, tb.Clerk.j :! L jiTfJ\NTJI ( '::
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41 duJif j ; ;
the department a full and correctly printed or written.catalogue of the samples American ; ,
him it was an
telling! '
composing his entire exiUblt.: ; 1 .
;' 6. The enumeration of varieties herein is Intended as merely a augges- grammar. We sell '{following wel1.',tn\Ytt! goodfr, American, .
tion and not at all as a full list. Heiictr't'&'Drom oM 1, Getecr:"Pee'tltt;*,'' : ld SmUri, \(y ers & SchtiierSaw
.JL 7. No exhibit which does not. as a whole creditably r represent'the products 'AML...on In Ornithology.A .'" Mills In all. sizes?: pac:4e6, ;J5rie Qity, Qeiser "Peerless,"!And, Houston;; .
of the soli on the farm from which It la sent shall be deemed worthyof gentleman, who rather overralned' Stanwood & Gamble Engines and BQI crs in all sizes;.ChaUoner, and Perkins
aany portion of the money offered for collective exhibits himself looking at a case of birds, Aid I Shingle Machinery; BafidSiv/af.iRCtfeVs: +\ Grist Mills, "Peer css" Threshers, <
8. Every exhibit .should be carefully and tastefully arranged and installed to an ornithologist. who was -with.him PlanersSteamFeeds;and variou.3 otict#! Machinery Repairs and Mill Supplier. ,,
by the exhibitor oI'11u'tJaoftzed"ag >as this feature. will be taken. Into "What Is'th'aWblrdr'' We can furnish you the best Machinery on the market and,at the same .
account by the Judges. $ &.K! ;#, A lilt FV ( | +Thit/J.Tiald'the:; other "Is a magpie.' ''time save you money, We haVe'{ 'tta brjanch house. .I>j

,9. Entries of these exhibltsfibloae! JfctolSer 18. 1910,af6 o'clock :I*.. m. t.:. ,- Ifs'niit .m7 !dea ota. magpie. wai
Exhibits must be on the grounds not later than. Tuesday, October 25 rejoinder. l -

1910 In order that they may be In place by the opening day of the Fair. "Perhaps not, ">,replied his friend, .

I "but Ifs God's Idea of a magpie; _
1. AWARD SCORE. "
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s t' ., "iTV7iiTMffll: HouseB, autlf aL .

"* Awards on Farm exhibits.will betmada' to the following. score ... 1 '' '
** ,11 ..fr' J e. .: .. i F ptai. e. 1Can>% i.depended upon" Is an expression :IS 1HETIME

;( ,Garden products embracing vegetables, melons etc. ........ ..15 we all like' to hear and when if.'::18 .I'M.I'NOW :
',Field products .. . . .. ... .. .. .-. . .... .25 used In connection with Chamberlain's .. ; ..$; -
'f f Orchard .products t. .. .. ... ,'n' .. ,. :, .r.' . . ...10 Colic Cholera.and Diarrhoea Remedy ''It
: !Arrangement . .,.. . .. ._. .t.-t. .,. .20 / '
:Quality .," > '. .to. .?*. ..... .... .* . . .J'' . ... ..30 .", ; 'Tiiaaha that It never falls -to cure diarbdeC'dp1rtier"y'oti'bd1Ve '
No premium' wltl'lae:: awarded'to"any"firm'eihlblt scorlng"1ells-than d'''' : : r nb'i\ 'riQ'ifa1lntar.) TOADVESTISE! : "
.. .. valuable Jv
points.- -- -' wra _r A J .kla"; ail pleasant-tetak equally i- ; / .l'
.--.. for children and adults. fold!: by City
-dt11t Hi Mcl *. :
r -APPLICATION FOR BPAOE. Drug Store- B. achy :
... : <>' 1" <4iO<: *" 7 ."' \ __ ., ,,. ,
.t Should' j be madeesa' ''arty..u. practicable, and"not later. than October -12, I

1910. to the Manager the Fair Association Chlpley Florida, and should The best ,opportunities often'w;
SCARLETT *
R. F. *"
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state the .number!pf>: square feefof/ floorrspace, required and the nameand, : '" '
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address of the exblbl or. . neglected. ,NOW is the best time :)
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J I FARJf.'PRODDOTB.. ; ., '. ,'. to 'advert'ise.s < : ,-..' .. >*; ,'J "i
I .* let2nd.. 3rd. :EIit iTandled.Collections i #.. -
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3. Best bale beggar weed hay?,'. i. :. u.-- 2.00 $1.00 cialty.J : .s thing.t .s.el; K s
4., Best bale pea vine hay.\' .v. ...; 2.00 : 1.00 ; ? a,fIP ?, If you.have:; ; "<$*

6. Best bale Mexican .clover'or pursier hay. ..f1I .'.. 2.00 1.00 fl*
6. Best bale crab grass hay'T.; .. .,. ,.. .,. 2.00 1.00 Office In Firit National Bank.. 'or' ;
to something
7. Best'toale of ,mixed'hayv.-.i..i. .. 2.00 1.00 ,r12. ., C 1 ..:.' .: .' you want, buy ; it
.8. Best bale of Other hay . .: .... ... ... ... '. 2.00 1.00 -- : '' '" '' '""' 'ij" .

9.;'Bestbala"ofLfeantitivinibay.::.&, .. .."., .. .,. .. 2.00 1.00 Per Over have bargain NOW;"isthe' '; '
: Fifty Years. "
10. Best "display tit mIUeC..J. ... ... 2.00 1.00 'i you a, ,j ,
11. Best display of corn dodder, Including stalk. *. 2.00 1.00 ; eur -, 1, Ml ViC
of6at8. .. . ., . 2.00 1.00 Mt.'WI..ilnr. 8 O.hhtg u *
12. Best six bundles .p.-- Baa been used for over FIFTY YEARS by MILLIONS best t-tlm.to make it known '
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13. Best lItx'bund lee of'lTe",'.'..".-:1'.T.... ... .. ... .* 2.00 1.00 of MOTHERS' < ttwHr"CHILDREN ,, : .t 1*,' .
14. Best six bundles of rice.,, .. ... .... ..;. . 2.00 1.00 WHILE TEETHING with PERFECT SUC 3 ) f.
16. Best half'Bushel seed'..)'e.p. ... ... .". 2.00 .1.00.; 'I 1 CESS.the GUMS.SOOTHES ALLAYS: all the PAINt CHILD CURES KOFTKN9 WIND; Don'Uail to she its about1'' ':yduraji i:
16. Best half bushel ,rice. ... ..r. .;.H.\. 2.00 1.00 I COLIC and to the teat remedy for DIAKRHtEA ) : ,: : .
17. Best half. bushel oats.... .. .. .. ... .., ., ;' 2.00, 1.00 Sold}>y UrucrUta In every part of the world.. Be
18. Best fifty ears corn.-. .. .. ..... . . _,6.002.60 lore Mid and aaltfor..M.,other Winelow'sS.xhloaSyrup"Stse.at..... ( Advertising this week "If "j'
19. Best display 'cassava' ,. .,. . ....'..> .. ... .,. 2.00 ? ., '. take.n l.i kl,001.! I Spring : ,
20. Best bushel velvet beans. shelled. . .. . .-.". 2.00 ''". .. t.. 'I -,: .' ,,' '
21. Best bushel cow' peas. .. ..> 4. .. .... . 2.00'.t. .,- _., _'w. .. .. it is business want 1
22. Beat bushel peanuts common. ... .. .. .. .. ., :a.00. ... .. c.' .,.; .. ; } ...-., m you 't ; ,. : :::..1"I_
23. Best bushel Spanish peanuts. ., ".. .. u OJ 9.00'.1.00> :- )t' :.:., J1'rJ.J; ',;11 .. I
24., Best bushel sweet potatoes.,., ,., ..k. . t\: 3.00 1.00 '. : .. '
25. Best fall-grown;! Irish potatoes.- .r. 2.00 .. ',!;; ,.. :i. ). ;:':Jjj.i\{. "'}:" :.

26. Best half bushel turnlP8t.-:.r.i.. .. ... .. .'. : 1.00 .. .:::., ;'1 '",:1 ....'.J. I'. : The Bannef'can'Get; it fE ctr" Your 1

27. Best peck .onions ? .,.,..f.. ... .i...". ..-.'.. *. 2.00 1.00 \ii 1 .. .", ''''' "' .""-." '..- .. K'' -- ()
28. Best half dosen pumpkins.. ....,.. .'. .vi. ,..". 2.00 '1.00n > :'II' .!. .. / :' I T .. ,
29.. Best peck chufaa ; ...,-.._. .>. 1.00 ... "I :'". {lty- I.. I .' ,. _,) (, I I' ., .M 'ei 1 S ,
30. Best half peck omaoes..r.l.. ..*.. ,.i.-. 2.00 ? .... '- ." /o!. ""r... 'AI-A"J'! ';'J"I.I', .. ', .) *'_ t j .
31. 'Best displaypeppers.. ..,< ..jj. ,, ; .. :;.,.. . 1.00 .r... : .' > -I
32. Best peck pecans .y. j .. ...'. .{to". .. 2.00 1.00'' : : ', ,\ ,I' :k.1 ) ,.ff1; ; --if h..i, ,' :; Ir I! .: ". I ,
.. . .. 3.002.00 I ". .1 '
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33. Best twenty stalks green-cane .n '
14' .:;. >:.:t"-t.! : AT JOB.piJ.Jti.riiG
3.00 2.00 You''WMVT'1
stalks red 'cane..V..i IF
34. Best twenty ... .. .J ;' po ,. .,'
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3.00 : 1.00 '' .. t.. .IJ. I ".
cane.\ii- / .
36. Best twentyStalkiJapanese : 1'1"1.; 1\ .
36. Best sample gallon:'syrup,. . /. ." :, . .. 2.00 1.00 ,. i.o<.. OI 1' :: CALL ON '" _
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37. Beat bale short staple cotton. . If .). .. ;. 6.00 '. ... ..... ,
38. Best half dozen atallur cotton.., . .'. ,.. ;.. ... ,., 2.00 1.00 -,; 'N a S: : :

39. Best half bushel.pears.w<,. o.>. .. .i.. ... ... .1.00 .?. ;.. .... .. .,rU. .. TA 'BANNS"'R'. .; ;:
40. Best display honey OJ. ..,. .,.:. ,.. .. j-.*. .1.00 '. .. .-. / ; > ,:;:... .:. .' !,. ,., .. : "r '
41. Best collection home-cured: bacon..Vv. 3.00 1.00. -
42. Best .collection .home-cured bam.! : ,*,.:. ... .,,. 2.00 1.00

CORK EXHIBIT. L oJ' ,. 11L +

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Rules governing corn exhibit; -. ,K
1. Exhlbits "Wbere not otherwise specified, shall -conslst of 60 ears .. .. .. ; I .. .

2.. Express charges must be paid by'exhibitor.- .. .' .'jfIIL IId-I\IJ\ 4 i. .,J '::1I ... .- I ...f,1., ", ..:.f: :.. ....1 4'" .. >:
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3. Corn for exhibition must,be oD the Fair grounds at Chipleyl'torida; i ......'" .. : ...-. .. ,-t'.j.r.n.. ; ,. .. ,
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not. later than' o'clock a; m. Wednesday, 'October 26 '. ,..... JtH. ., ,. .." .,.\ --t.; ..''.. "" ". ".,;', -.. "... "' ,.",, .... ""' \1i'\ ..... ,, a :
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THE1JOIN' SCORE CARD, _d. 11 '" '':, i ;l : j :; : :" v" '
j "" ";11 .. tr:'. a Pig 1 -.. t9ir "
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1.. Trueness to type ... .,...:.. f;.. f(< 'j. 0. .'.;.. ... .. *. ,."*.os.< ,10 + i ;.. ,. ,' : r.JJ ,,, J,.",, qwA' I
2. Uniformity of I exhibit . ,.Ji, ., ... ?.,, .. .t. . ...;/; ,.", 6 ,t.'J J ..J.'I. --ft' ,
3. Shape .. ,vt.,.....er.r..4..r. .... .. ,t 10. .J": 'tr' ;; .WI.- '< Do YO1I :.%% Ia.ftt : n0.' : l ": d.: t t.r. t't1:! ;". .. .

4. Color t. .. .%_...(r .':" 4fk....*t* .4'. t. ..rf....** "4"# *... .fjf ** .... .. 10 .1 i. '" .jl (., H ,: --40.01'.
5; Seed condition . .rv <.. .;-. . ... ... .. .... ; .o f.',";; ...... ... <<< .1..r. 10 I .'. .
6. Tips .. .-1..t-; ; ..i.t. *'. .::4 Ijif'*,.... I.'J. < *... r i. ,;..., 'L: .'" ) >"s. ,. :t .. !.I .'i.; ,
7. Butts '.'. .'. .V ."j .'. .. . ._.. ..'... .' .) .....<. !. .,... .*f* .. *, ..... 'v "' .. '. I d. ., of ., ,_ .... ,,,..
8. Kernel :unfotmltl" ....-. ,;. .. ...:.... .. ;:i ;: ;. .... !p' 6' ... j "... .., .oJ.' \
9. K.erneillhape, 11....'... :...... .. . ... ..,.! ... .t. ..! .. .. .... 5 ... : ...lg Barg: ; ltlE, : ;'. >: b .., 1 6
10 ,Length of ear.w.... .. ..'.. C.i'. .:.. .:. ..r. .... ?.. 10 .. : .. '
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11.' Circumference of .ear.t.i... ; . ; ':. !'...:.. ,'...... .. .. ..... 5lZ. I. .
Space between' rows..t. .:. ...... .. .... ...::. ., :. : t. .. Ii i ii',1'" '" ,'1'I\ < :.' .v-V r'iJ
......... ... .... .. .f'. .,,'r' r4 : (
1&. Space.betwaen.kernela.at.cab....._,..._.. : : !'f. IN..I .i.....' ,. ;.. i.I-1-: ,f>'i<\ '
Proportlon-.belled cora to ear; .., ,, .. . .i ,. ... i. <:.. .. 10 -/ .tr.vI .. : :" .' r : 1 r : (. J ?4 ; ..' ,..
14'."; ....... .. ...r" .. .,. '._. ...s., .. ..... -.V., .. ..,'," ,"... 'w'..,-;< '. ; ...d'.I.". .. '"... It .I.rai. It. '.>(t"\.,'".. ,," ,.t.
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Total; i..t..i'" ." .2."r.?(..:t'-f"'j"'J... ...f. . .i.4..1..j.I. (.:... /100'0''" '

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...; E1PLA11ATORY": "n ; :
*. **S *' : "' '" '' '" : '*:: .w' \ *r .- f f r'I .**'. 1 , ? 'to type Conforming to variety characteristic, in I variety--, ._ .o,. ** 101 r- I
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-Truenesa y. '' '' : : ; ..t<. .{."1 % l/t(, rss5',> "' ''it-; 'Iak.L
.classesraiid.Jto $.heipreva1119gtt-poInigeneraloclasse8. .' ... -.a6 ...T 0 ... '
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t/nlfbrmity; oflKxhiDlt:.... In and clrcumferencfcvifj3 ; : '1VLco .,a. r7rti y't! : -1.1 ::r

2.%. Shap-:Ba*cylindrical.with! !. proper proportions of length 'aDd-clrcu "' .. r ,t'; l. H.-' ., ', ,, .' ." '. ," ., .. '.: ". ()( .'0', 1.tM.tbl, ,',e;,. r.3 JC'i/ "t- J 6'it' .

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ferenc:* . J"I"l-46 l4" '1'. dr:.''' "
'*... Color-Free from mixture and true to variety color; In judging color'::. ,r-H.: .1. i .
.. at.t d'4.COD W whW corn or' A Whit b6b In yeKow cork shall be .cut ten points: n.* ;:.a... f ,tT ,.., M' { .h1 Id('S"y'j.tJ!t "Q. ,: ;:, {4j> (' '
to a.cut Of one-fifth of a point shall be madeV ,,111:; a. :
For each mixed kernel up five ofi; '.. "" ,. .r, )':t J '011 N1'. tf -:

.' the"Ketnels judge missing, Difference from the in shade ear may.of-color jbecounted: of 'grain,a >mixed or of cob at .the, shall discretion be cored, r 'I'.4 g i. ld r:". .' ,:-.;r:,. -. r .. : ,; ; I,. .t'J,,; : .J '.'1. .f r.rlt .........', ,;} e..t':.+Id. .' ...,...:. .

according-to variety characteristics.: :_;;. ..t,, : l'.vv.: .It'" ..::, ."! .'S '.' f' ,., ;" '1 ,. 1 ... 1 !ipl+'k ''.J. n[ f'.{--11.Jt1. .-jrYMtn1t, .. PL.vl. ..h -ti'i.14/ I'tr'1'I:: ;'
andtof strong' vitality. : I "
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Kernels rounded over'tbe end of cob1-la tegiiiar manner l {, t : 't 1 >Z' ', i" .. I. l .f' ? b ,
'Butts
-jt'deep'7. Impression- when shank la removed. :'"' :1 .' : ... ...... ." .. c... In

'/ 8. :Kerns Xrriif6rml* ernel8 from the:*$ame ear' and from the severaV) I : 4.G'A': .. i ."il '" ::, .;.,...., .;..:! .. f fY
JNimelsde
ears."uniform in size and shape. .
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BANNER Tariff and High Prices. I "
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kDBLJ8UKl"JBTKAY TDt t DA Y. :The'whole tariff. issue, as far ,
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*> CtolpUy, ..i:. as the great majority of the pea ,, "
14.
-WALTBA w. "' "88. B41..r: ple are concerned: ,.is the questionof "ept.
prices. All the caviling of pol- 1

liaten&: at Uw scrods 'Chlptar.n... M iticians and the quibbling of .
unrmfl daw mall....t_. ....." ;. ... ,
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= those protected by the tariff can- ;" ','j

SUBSCRIPTION )SATES: not disguise the fact that under : 'i' .
... .tl00IX < Rernnant&On !' <
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oils ya. the cost of -
MONTHS....... .BO Republican tariff laws Remnants "

mass MOUTHS: ........... .35 living has vastly increased and 's / 'J ....

*4 mirtUla*rate*taralited..... PIlca...... many people have not received an ,t. *- I
advance in income or wages to large """L ..
sale ..
a .
: will put on
communication on HT. topics, eepe- meet the average enhanced price / : Sept. 14. we -
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solicited. U ,
dally of loealIDt.ereI are
It nnderstood, however, that. the publish of all they buy. Nor can it be t. collection of Remnants. All new and .. .
will not be responslbl "
of IBM BA.WVKB ,
for opinions expressed. by correspondents denied that under these Republican Consisting Calicos, Per- ,, :..,. A'v';:
c first-class. ,, .
tariff laws .there has been ; r '
TTB BAMHKV want a live representa combinationswhich of oth.;," 7. .
and and lots
tl.e and correspondent at every po &o ice formed trusts ::'. cals; Ginghams, Outing, ,' ,. .:' ...
liberal ar
In the and will make the -
county have advanced average '
: '
langitinents with the rlcr' parties.. !.l to, mention. 'Be .
price of commodities over 60 percent : er goods too numerous .
.
:THUA.DA *.pt. 1. 1010. during the past fourteen the 14 and as many .; .
; :. sure you come on ... ..
Th.e protection'' theory :. .
year : > :.. ,
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Democratic Ticktt. that competition between manufacturers r ;days more as you_an. ; ,;._; ., : : '
,
for the home marke :: ''I.' ;
For Representative.R. j. ." /. '
L. MoKENZIE.. ; ]keeps'the price they charge for "

For Tax Assessor. here within a rea : '
products
WILLIAMS, their ?
J. "
14 191Q.
For Tat COnec r. sonable scope-even if they Bell] Sept. :

t W' B. OA1NEB cheaper abroad-has entirely .. ..< t ,' .
For. County Treasurer. broken down .in consequence 'of I .
B. B. TILLER. combinations which have advanced i '

For County Commluiooers.DI.R .' all that ,believed '
was
prices beyond .
.' Co. "
1.J.T. HIOBTOWEB.Dlst. Campbell & Dekle
possible. The high tariff
a, A. C. UILBfcBT.: ,. ,-
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Dist. 3, 8. "Ut DAVISI: on mbst'articles prevent competition '.

Dlst.. 4,J.:: a. 'POETER. 'from abroad, and comb-
DIM 5. B..F. GUNN..
fag of manufacturers has very
For Members of School Board.
Dlst. 1. W.,F. RUBS.. greatly-eliminated competition at'

cc DI'" 2. O. B. BUSH home, so tha-t.if: the present tariff .
Dlst. 8, B. F. CARTER:. I
is continued is no relief;
a ___ W. C. T. U. Column.The Notice. Notice!
in sight. Special
Finished Product. No. 180of Cot- ,
satisfied Hickory Camp
No one should be un There are two remedies that '.

til-he is in the class with the '.(el-: will reduce these high prices; The saloon itself is a sort of a tondale, will unveil the monu- .

.low who done his best.' namely, curb the trusts and corn factory. It takes in raw material ment of the late Sovereign J. E. To Ice Customers..

.. 1. ; and turns out Webb, on the 3rd Sunday in September
bines so that. home competition ,,works it over ice credit
I not selling on ;
am
5 miles north-
The New York political fight, : would in a measure prevail and finisbed'product.. The real character at 2 p. m., all ice ,bills. are due once every

like a -thirty cent melodrama, to so reduce the tariff that competition of the workmanship of' the west of Cottondale at the Love- week.

grow!* more exciting as it getsalong. from abroad will compel saloon can be best seen by comparing wood cemetery,better known as Hereafter all parties failing to

reasonable prices here. it with some other famil the old Underwood precinct. All pay promptly, their ice will be

The tariff is not responsiblefor iar business., Take a flour mill, neighboring camps and sovereigns stopped until settlement is made.

All the small who tried in Its material is are especially invited to attend Please be governed, accordingly.
guns ; all the vast increase prices for: example. raw

I to make a noise like Cannon, are neither are the trusts and combines corn and wheat. Its. finished A. B. NOWiaN, .
'being-unloaded by their con be is meal asd flour. The A. J. CRUTCHFIELD,
now ; but these causes can product ; '
i. tituents. safely charged with more than finished product is of more valueto Clerk. '"The Ice Man?
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half the increase. Under a tariff mankind than the raw material -
sale will be at
A remnant 'on
Lake City believes in good side for revenue only, prices have advanced and the flour mill justifies its Notice of Blo tlon.
Campbell & Dekle Co. on the 14.
4; walks.. The city has just. let a i in England about 25 pet existence. Take a brick yard See ad. To the Sheriff'of Washington\ County of
contract for five miles more cement The the State of Florida.Be .
cent, and the cause for such increase for another example. raw i- .

walks: are world wide. In pro material is ordinary mud. The No. '7778. l It, Secretary known That of (State:! 1. H.of CLAY the State CBAWFOBD of-

.. finished is building and Florida, do hereby salve notice that a
tected Germany and France prices product Report of the condition of The First GENERAL ELECTIONWill

:l A New York man Bays monkeys have increased as* much as paving brick. The finished product National Bank at Chipley, In the SLate be held In County

I'1 sure can talk. Well that here, and combinations in restraint is-of more value to mankind of Florida; at the close of business State of Florida, on Tuesday nest succeeding -
the first In November.
June 30, 1910. Monday
doesn't reduce the cost of livingor of trade similar to our than the raw material, and the RESOURCES.: : A.. I>..1910. the said Tuesday being the

hurry up pay-day j < trusts prevail. brick yard, justifies its existence. Loan and Discounts............$173,050.05 EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER
U.S.: bonds to secure circulation 50,000.00 For Representative from the Third
.. The Republican politicians, of Apply the same principles to. the Premiums on U.I S.:: Bonds 201.09 Congressional District of Florida, In the

Strenuous efforts will be made course, try to befog the tariff is- saloon and note the results. Bonds Warrants securities$387.43., etc.......15,650.00 $5,877.43 States.Sixty-second: Congress of the United

iu Chipley this fall to keep the sue'with a' mass of details and The raw materials used are boys Banking fixtures: boose......furniture..........I,and'... 20,101.18' For Two Justices ot the SupremeCourt

i, price of cotton right< up to ,the figures which but few can understand and girls, born in the image of Due Other from real National estate owned.Banks...(.not:.. 2836.86 of For the State Member of Florida of the Noose Of Representatives -

ih top notch all the time. ; to tell the plain facts God. The finished product is reserve agents: ).w.. 11,065.51: of the State: of Florida. \
Due from approved reserve ants: 11,019.05 For Two Railroad Commissioners of the
n .. would give away the whole protection drunken man in. the cutter Checks and other cash Items... 09.08 State of Florida... .

The usurpation of Korea last theory; which is already and the scarlet'' woman on the Fractional nickels and paper cents currency.........,. 57.03 For County Judge. '
breaking down of its own weight t sfreets. How the finished pro Specie........-. $6,530.45Lejral For County Assessor of Taies. >
week by Japan is only in accord Tender notes $55.00' ..... 6,50445 For Tax Collector. j
1 with the fashion of combines and and the practical injustice of tax ducts compare with the raw ma- Redemption fund wlth.U S: .. For County Treasurer. ,.

;' trusts. The wave is on.' ing all the people for the benefit terials! Its, finished products Treasurer.. ..((5...per,...cent...of circulation ...-. *2,500.00Tota1.$284,370.13! For Five County Commissioners- ,
of.the few who are! protected. justify the destruction of ,the ..sa:, For Three Members of the County
a L Board of Public Instruction. ,
; t. loon with another hour's de LIABILITIES. For Justice of the Peace In and for the
t You can't always get the j rood .. via
lay. Capital stock paid In. $ 50,000.00 following Justice Districts. :
things of life without some trouble Quite .a good crowd was in Surplus: fuud... ... 20000.00 Nos. '>: ,
Undlvld profits, less expenses: 1 -8 15 20.25
t 'first. The chestnut is 'pret- town Saturday. and tax as paid... .. ... .... 5,88800 20 16 21 .26..
but W. C T. U. Meeting. National Bank notes outst'd'g. 50,00000 4 13' 17' 23. -
to the taste the I
good ,
ty Chipley Bryan and wife, of Individual deposits subject to 0 .1418 .24VorConstable
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check. ,
:
119934.58
inconvenient. "
burr are The W. C. T. U. meeting last In and for the following
Blountstown, spent a few days Time! certificates of deposit ,... 38,216.60
,.. Tuesday afternoon was one full Cashier's checks outstanding .. 330.86 justice pI7 rlct8. viz; .
here the first of .the week. with Nos.
1 Total.... .....1284,370.13State '
With good crops in sight there bis of sincere interest and one of 1 6 11 21
parents. r of Florida, County ot WashlnRtoc 2 7 14 22
is' a reasonable hope that food which the whole aim was one of I, W. O. Butler Jr.. Cashier of the 4 '9 10 23
prices for the next twelve monthsat The ;regular meeting .of the I and growth in the temperance above',named bank do solemnly swear 5 10 18 23
: progress .
.
.' that the above statement Is true to the In testimony whereof I have hereunto
least, will be lower than they County Commissioners was held movement. best ol my knowledge and bejlef net my band and affixed the
Monday and routine business as W: o. BUTLER, Jr..Cashier Great Seal ot the State: ol Flor-! '
' have been In the past twelve. Arrangements: are being madeto J< N. Dekle IeEALj[ ] Ida at Tallahassee, the.Capital
.. usual transacted Correct. -Attest: < C D. Campbell. this the twenty.n Dt.b day 'of
.L Graceville
t organize Unions at ( S.: A. Alford August; A. D. 1910.(
word- for your,! and Wausau Blue Pond and Cary Directors. 117 CLAY CRAWFORD)
of Pinelog
Say a good Jordan Taylor, Subscribed: and sworn to before mn this Secretary of.State': .

neighbor, :your preacher, your a Mr.'Bowen, of Ash ford, Ala., Ville. 9th day of Sept.R. F.! 1910.Scarlett Notary Public. To C. O.Sheriff ALLEN Washington County.

town, your schools and their was here and spent the night When forty-five women are

teachers, and quit looking with H..T. Jones and family Saturday united in their efforts in a.place .. :
. . .
through a blue glass at every night. the size of Chipley, they are

thing. t' quite to accomplish the work

.. The Friday Bonifay afternoon"frail boys and crossid cameever desired apt: m Neat ]PrintingCreates .

The busy man, woman or ... .... a
child generally keeps out of :'mis- : bats with the Cbipley' team, until a good impression :
the result of which" was a score It is only a few weeks Aak
-chief. This the person more- ''
of 10 to 5 in favor of the Chipley possum_and'simmon time. among your correspondents; :
over that pay. his or debts and :
accumulates something of. the toys. It looks like cottsn is getting .
and bus-
helps to, give : tJ
ready to do ,some high price your :
good.things of life. Get it into your mind, arid edit
.,'., siunts this season, and the-farm I .
.. there good and strong, that mess prestige. ; 'I
era are correspondingly happy.,, '! ,
,...Times was when the farmers the fair to be held at Chipley onO .. .. .
sold cotton for five cents a pound ct. 26, 27 and 28-will be the bigfeet Crop: prospects are good" and : We do Neat Printing .

and In'some cases .Jot even less thing ot the kind ever' held ndustrial conditions are 'becomng at Reasonable Prices. ill, f J- J. I

money.. These times are no III West Florida and if you don'tet more attractive. It seems .

.Dl.Drey t some men will croak ; into it you will be missing that business will be better this Banner' Office.'rHE '
Job .
.and cry, for the good old times lometbing you will always re-' winter than at any time since the .

depression has been-on':. ; . . .
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', Ruskin to an Admirer.Ruskla :NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION of the same original Jurisdiction of all

it ia known had his own Department of tbe Interior other cases and -matters and the same
power and authority to Issue all writs as ---
U. S. Laud Office Fla.
at Gainesville
of publishing hla with the
ways works 83rd the Circuit Court of said County and the
July 1910.
result that they were sometime hard Notice Is hereby given that Lou Nickels Judge thereof, excepting capital cases, National
, TheFirst: Bank
< to'get and pensive According to the of Fountain. Florida, who, on and the power to summon and empanel a

Great Central Railway .;Journal he September 2nd, 1904, made Homestead grand Jury. '
: ,
rules and practice
Tbe same of proceedure PENS.xCOLX PLR
OPDesignated ,
" No. 34812 Serial No. ,
' Entry, ( .for
03333))
. coca this letter
Bent to a stranger who and rights of trial by Judges ad Item
awK of nwJi, w of sw*{ and the'.ei( of
and which obtain In said Circuit
I wrote to him complaining of the price referees State
swX Meet. 6. Townnhlp 1 Ranpe13west. Depositary of the United
bra Court shall obtain In said Court ot Rec
' of hla books: Tallahassee Meridian, tiled no
.
The in discretion
tlce of Intention make final five ord. GovernOl'.DlaJ ,:'
Woodstock Road. Oxford. tth ov.. t4.My ., to year order any one of the Circuit Judges of the Oldest and Largest Bank In West Florida. '
proof, to establish claim to the land
Dear Sir I have ordered my pub.Usher above described, before the Clerk of the State to hold one or more terms or parts ORQt1N27: : :>7a rvLT 3.O. leao. f;Yt.
to send you in gift m. book of mtnoJ Circuit of terms of said Court of Record. .
Court at Vernon., Florida on the
("Munera Pulveria") you have not read.Be Sec. 40. The Supreme Court of the
. 8th 19X0.. ,
day of September. Half Million Dollars.Ssarplu. ..J\i ,. 'y:
I content with that at present and Carlyto. Claimant witnesses Ed Da Htate shall have appellate Jurisdiction In Capital "
.. Have not Bhslr. T names as : i all eases of which Jurisdiction Is grantedto '
you spears cheap
And the Bible nowadays for nothing Vis, U. McFadden, Hamp FlaUKNBY McClary,.J. E. said Court of Record... Appeals and s and Undivided Profit, 9100,000. ",,::t'
Lytes, all of ) What food do they do ;you? Faithfully writs of error shall. .be prosecuted from
S. CHUBB Court Record Interest Savings Department at Kate of'4 teat, Annum.V'A*;
, yours, J. BU8KIM. Ed fee paid. Register. the said of to tbe Supreme Paid In per per
.. .. Court In accordance with the laws and '1\.
..
rulea governing such proceeding from the
'''.' You complexion as well as your tem NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Circuit Court to the Supreme Court.See. .. The., First, rXotlortol Bank .,*

' per ia rendered miserable by a dlsorpered Department of tbe Interior, 41... All the,provisions of the Con- 'OP BNaA.COL.A.: _
.- liver. By taking Chamberlain's Stomach U. S. Land Office at Gainesville, Fla. stitution and all laws enacted In consonance .
July 30th, 1910. therewith pertaining to the said .. W. 8. KBVSBR.; Vlce-Pre.
President. "
and Liver Tablets YOU can Improve both. W. K. By. J
; Notice: Is hereby given that James L. Criminal Court of Becord and tbe officers W. J. Fo.._ Cashier. Taoe. W. BCBMT Aut.Cashier. W. N. ROBBBTS ASH. Coabler-
, Sold by City Drug Store and S. K.! Mc- Finch of Wausau, Fla., who. on January thereof Including the manner' of the appointment Directors-F. C. Brent W. A. Blount W. S." Kcynr, Wm. H. Knowle Vf, K. Hyer. J
Ge chY. ittfi.1904, made Homestead Entry No. or election and the terms of W. J,FortMM. Knowles Brer. Tboe. W.Brent.
ai e 83.)76(lSerla.1 No. 02300) for wK of ne& office and compensation of said officers
and eH of nv/X Section 32 Township 2 shall apply with like effect to the sailCourt ,,
Kitchen Talk. North Range 13 West. Tallahassee ,Meridian of Record and the officers thereof ,

"I said the Lemon to the hag filed notice of Intention li except as provided by these amendments.The High-Class. Saw' Mill MachineryWe "
suppose. make final Bve year proof, to establish present officers of said Criminal .' \
Nutmeg "that you were very much claim to the land above described, before Court of Record shall be 'discharge of
hurt when the 'cook announced that tbe County Judge at Vernon Florida! on said Court of Record and the 2'
she- did nofc Intend to use you for flavoring the 8th day :September, 1910. duties. and receivethe,.emoluments of carry at our warehouse, '
Claimant names as witnesses: E. A. their respective offices until tbe expira- Ocean St., a.large stock of Portsble :
the pudding. Atnell of Eeonttnu, Fla..T.! W. Johns tion of their present terms 6f office. The and Stationary 'Engines r L.OCO-
"On the contrary' retorted the Nutmeg Wallace Johns of Sexton Fla., J. C. salary. of the Judge of said Court of Record j
"it was a grate 'relief."-Baltimore Jones of EconHENRY'S. shall be two thousand and five hundred motive and Horizontal Return 'FlueBoilers
V
CHUBB, dollars a year payable quarterly by ; Saw-Mills, Planers Edit
American. Ed fee paid. Realster. the County of Escambla. and may be Increased :
, by the Legislature. era.. Saws, Belting and Mill Sup
, Cabbage'Leaves. From and after the expiration- the "- plies; also engine and saw-uilll tup-
.
Notice of Election. term of office of tbe Judge, the
kind of cigars does present
: Wlgg-What Judge of said Court of Record shall hold plies. Prospective purchasers will
o Cloaeflst ,smoke: WHEREAS, The Legislature of 1909 un his office foe four years.! find it to their 'interest to get our'
cue of der the Constitution of 1885 of the State
light
when
Wagg-Well, you Illustrat
will bring salesman. Write for
A
prices before buying. postal our'
did three Joint resolutions .
Instinctively,look around for of Florida! pass JOINT: RESOLUTION Proposing an *
them
you amendments to the Constitution ,**
proposing Amendment Section thirty-five of ed catalog.Vlcil&toy+ /VleacHlt-iea-y CO .
the corned beef-Exchange. of tbe State of Florida, and the Article V ot the Constitution of Flor-
L .. same were agreed to by a vote of three ida Relating Establishments of 22 Ocecsn St. JACk.OnVlile. Florida.' '
V plas fifths of all the members elected to each Courta. DItnge '
, Don't waste your money buying I.osgg Telephone No.74r I" ,
, that the votes said Joint resolutions the I .
bouse; on He It Resolved by the Legislature V "
tern when you can net; a bottle of Cham were entered upon their regpecj- State of Florida: ,

" berlain's Liniment twenty-five cents. Ive Journals, with yeas and nays there That following amendment to Sec I ,
<. A piece of flannel dampened with this on, and they did determine and direct tion Thirty-five of Article V of the. Constitution W; B. MILTON, M.L.; DKKLE, F. .M.GOLSON.. i,

is to piaster for that the saidjoint resolutions be submitted of Florida! Is hereby agreed to ,President., VIce-Presldent 'ICi.shler.\\;
.' liniment superior any to the electors of the State at the and shall be proposed and submitted to
lame back pains In the aide and chest General Election In November, 1910. the electors of the State for ,approval or

and much cheaper. Sold by City DrugStore Now THEREFORE, I, II.CLAY CRAWFORD rejection at tbe,next general election First National Bank.
and 8. K. McUeachy. Secretary of :State for the Stateof hereafter) that Is to say, said Sections ,
V Florida! do hereby give notice that a. Thirty-five .of' said Article shall be
, < .. .. GENERAL ELECTIONwill amended so as to read aa follows: 1VIARI2KNNA FLA. "
": Early Dentistry.The be held In each county In Florida on Sec. 85. No Courts other than herein '"
Tuesday: : next: succeeding the first Mon. specified shall! be established In this
? art of dentistry was practiced day in November. A. D. 1910, the said State except that the Legislature may
. -4 V among the Egyptian ,and .Etruscans, Tuesday being the I provide for the creation and establishment Capital $50,000,00Sollclts ,
"
. of such additional Judicial Circuitsas
and there are evidences In mummies EIGHTH DAY OP NOVEMBER, I '

. and skulls that in very ancient times for the ratification or rejection amend"of' the ; may, and from for time the to appointment time become by necessary the- Account u of Banks, Corporations, Firms and Individuals,.

:. teeth were filled and efforts were made said Joint resolutions Constitution proposing of the State of Governor and Conformation by the Senate Our'twenty years experience in the banking business enables us to offer
.. menu to the
.. to- aupply the loss of natural by artificial Florida viz: of additional Circuit Judges therefor, you the best banking'',facilities of any bank in West Florida. We also have ,a
::" the whose terms of office and general Jurisdiction In which we interest on deposits.
. teeth. The first writer on -- shall be the ls herein fully equipped Savings Department pay Accounts
same as pro-
. treatment of diseased teeth was Galen SENATE: JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing vided for the Circuit' Judge herein already .by mail handled as easily as by pe..ooalJDtenlew. ,

' The science was Introduced into an Amendment to Article provided for and mar clothe' any Send us your:business.
who established XIX of the Constitution of the !Stateof :: Railroad Commission with Judicial powers Cashier.1 t
Greenwood
America by John M. GOLSON
f\\ ,
V Florida relating to the manufacture In all matters connected with the
himself in New York in 1788. and sale or other disposal, of toItU functions of their office. _
In 1790 and again in 1799 be carved in xc I stirs,".. II4 II".4WB0.".. n.s. beverages._ -- -- ---;
General Be It Resolved by the Legislature of the ,The voten.cast In compliance with said
Ivory an entire set of teeth for
!State:: of Florida; i proposed amendments and the canvass '
.." Washington, That Article XIX of tbe Constitution declarations and, returns thereof, abal'be USE FENOLEThe -i5AVI r rWe J

.. of the State of Florida! be, and tbe same subjected to theaame regulations and .
la hereby amended so as to read as follows restrictions aa are provided by law for
Chamberlain's Colic, Cbolera and Dlar- : general elections In the State of Florida.IN '
.... rhoea Remedy is today' the' best known Article XIX Section 1. The manufacture ;' TEaTluoHT WuxBEor. I have hereunto lot'
barter exchange, of all Stainless will send the Banner free
,
and of and sale, or set my hand and affixed the Only
pellet
care
r medicine in use for the Intoxicating liquors and beverages, Great Seal of the State of ,Florl- 'i '

'. bowel complaints. It cures griping, diarrhoea whether aplrltous, vinous or malt, are [SEALIda at Tallahassee the Capital. the termof, this school to
'(, dysentery and should be taken hereby forever prohibited In the State1:: of this twenty-flftnday" of July A. Disinfectant t\
Florida alcohol for medical scientific -
except D. 1910.
'of theboweliC
at the first unnatural looseness \
'
mechanical and wine To White Teacher
or purposes H.. CLAY CRAWFORD. Every
-t'; It la equally valuable for chll- for sacramental purposes; the saleof; Secretary. of State; Germicide 1
: : dren and adults. J.t always cures. Sold which alcohol and wine for the purposes i ,
[In CountyWho
b/Clty Drug Store and 8. E. McGeachy. aforesaid shall be regulated by law. ,' ". Insect Destroyer' Washington )
Sec.2. The Legislature; snail enact Notice .f for Tax Iked.
.
Application
o'f
of the
suitable laws for the enforcement- ,ateNOV : will send us the news
'r provision of this Article. Notice Is hereby given that J. W. Howell 5
I '
f Tae ...y. Sec. 3. This Article shall go Into effect holder of Tax Certificate No. el. dated ,tbeir'community eat li' week, or
,.. Miss'Cicero-Here Is an example for on the Ut'day of July. A. P. 1911 the let day of June A. D. 1908, has fit* Insects I ( .r! t'
you, Willie: A boy akates two miles the RESOLUTION-- Proposing ed said certificate In my office, and has every two weeks j at'1 least. \ i\
mllea the second day, A JOINT: made application for tax deed to Issue In '" ,
fist three
r; day Amendments to Article V of the Constitution accordance. with "Ia"' Said .certificate ,No Germs ,
': four miles the third day- Willie of the State of Florida, Relative embraces' the following described property Correspondents. may write,, on
"
\
;'' Shucks! I could beat dat example wid- to the Judiciary Department. situated Washington county. Flort
.'f out half trying.-' Smith'*.),Iagulne.t Be It Resolved by the Legislature of the da, towlt: 'aw) of Sea'13.Tp. 4 North, No Disease any'subject of 'general i tere9t'. I
state of Florida: ,land
Range 15 west. Tbe said being assessed -
h That tho following amendments to Article the date of the Issuance of such is tbey'reV
I at Our only request that -
of tbe State of Where Fenole is Used.
R.ilcl.... V of the Constitution
r certificate In the name of Alex. Young. .. V .. V;; ) &
'Mamma If bad two pennies, Florida! relative to tbe Judiciary Depart Unless said certificate shall be redeemed name Ii
yon ( from using the of
and ,
three ment. to be numbered Sections:: 39, 40 according to Jaw tax deed will Issue any
Wllliev and. I via to give yon 41 of said Article V, be and the same are .bel9t.b <#_
thereon on day of September A; i ,' <-. -'>
more, -how much would you have? hereby agreed; to and shall be submittedto D. 1910. .. 7Sc. person. in 3'way calculated to give
Willie-'Make It dollars; mamma. the elector of tbe State: at the general Witness my official signature and seal Quarts, < .', *Z&*
.
with election to be held on the first Tuesday of A. D.1910. ,. \ offense. ; .
t.belatb day Angnsfc
ot stingy tbla| .
What's the being ,
> use after the first Monday In :November A. ,w.C LucKEY, Gallons, $2.50l: :.; .. '. v i' -*"
,
,make believe money? D. 1410 for ratlQctttlon or rejection, to- C i k.'Ct.. Ct.,Washington.County: ,Fla. .. '.', '
3? ... ... wit* 5 Gallons J12.60/ Let'us Hear ;: :::.
'' .
tte'c. and after' the adoption '
39. From i
." J I .
Not a minute should !)e' lost when a of these amendments the Criminal Court r'

child shows symptoms of croup. Cham- Record In and for Eacambla County shall A. G i. McQuagge 10 Gallons, $22.5d./. Prom YOU .: t; >
"
tarlala'a Cough Remedy given aa soon ax be known as the Court of Record In and ,
for said County and In addition to their '" I The lidw. Co. 'l'
the child becomes hoarse or ,even, after Jurisdiction, tbe said Court and Chipley. '
present
Public
the croupy cough appears, will preventthe the Judge thereof shall have. In Escxm- Notary ;' We want the' e w1I

.' attack. Sold by City Drug Store and bla county, concurrent with the Circuit State at Large* .", Chipley, Fla. ,
Court of said county ami theJudgethere-
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10. Length-Varies with the variety .IWINWI.: .. :.tU.. tnIIIL.. .PA:1RQVHAR BRNP1e0. "' .
1n.. eDltb ol all ear snail be added toge ".II""f"" it" 1 : MweH. .r ,

w. L. DOUCI&Sr a?.tut'O.t one point shall be made. In !.'tuJI' 1IWII".. "'.. ." I ,, '-- '. 431 Ei;iEiety4Stete' ,,.'!ti+MMat u .a. ""r.iI: (. w<"
t extreme tip to the extreme butt. '
e
3003.50 4.9 JACKSONVILLB. PLORIDA.Eveything .:
Circumference-Varies with th ie ety meuure. The deficiency andexs

& 95.OO < Jn the*'.circumference of all',{the shall be added together, and for the saw mill n... ",:... .
,, ): \\pv+J; Inch thus. obtained; a cut of one I shall be made. Mwtsuye. UM cir .. fojrT\ .

SHOES ) inference at one-thlyd' the distance f; 'e butt to the tip. r'' :., p1aibitifitmlU. We are now se.. .. dg .,..'."
,
Bed II the World 12. Space Between Rows-Funow between rows aDI space. !Ita a 1S1" Math i '
the well known Farquhar
UNIONMADE round corners of kernels. I

13. Space of Cob---Spacttl t In rpw between kernels at cob. To examinefor % cry dect'to the user. which :':,
Boys' "space at cob" take out several: kerti |near the middle of the ear.f.thenobgerve ..' .
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Shoos 'I'I,2.00 the kernels of an undiatutpedtow near: the cob. 'w" a aatingto customers. r. :

14. proportion determining the proportion of corn to cob weigh Large BtockEaaySend "Mnl. _,
,
N five ears la th exbiblt. Shell and weigh the; cobs. Subtract the wei&ht..of I.

and the cobs ,from the weight of.the ears, thus"obtaining the weight of the corn. for Catalog and Prices. .
Divide the weight of the'shelled corn by th* weight of the ears, thuallfndhq, .. .
.$2.1S0 per cent of the corn. For each per cent off the standard for the variety.:a .. I .. ..,...
.. .. -
rut Color egrba Jfrf, < cut shall be made .< a
,_ ,, ,bf one point ;
,
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\ W. L. Doug W"shoes' are the, lowest oJ -dA.iTLIJ1.\ UNIVERSITY 'Of FLORIDA. Florida I i State College For Women -:" ... :'T
OLAS8 A i ilProte
price, quality considered In the world. : .
,
.Their excellent and '""! J. ''' GAINESVILLE t TALLAHASSEE oJ,.
style*, easy .Ruing )t"t r 'IS Institution "* : &hooiSchad
long wearing qialiti..ncel tho..-of, t ; see General Rule 29. "j ,j. .: Superior Bat Inexpensive l for College of Arts and Sclencem Normal .. .'
other makes. If,you hare.been paying '1 2. applications for,entry ofcattle, :must be accompanied byname of Florida Voting Men ion.School of Music.of Home School Kconomics.of Art. School, of Bxpra*T 1s. '.'-. I
nigh prices.for your shoes,the next time breeder name,. age and date of birth of?animal. ,p3. -*.to tpr 1Awardrs four Unly..ltyeatftntdon.oIl_ agricultural 46 experiment and: statloni tuwint- "First does equipment throuarhout. Tuition: .'.-
profuworn
you need a pair give W.L.DousIs.... I judges.. f.Ottw&'expenses very low. For Information ,
: win be ,made: by expert -ants. 80 per cent: Increano In attendance last e. -
a trial. You can: says money on your year. Attractive buildings. knit cam run. For addpe h. 4
excluder should
footwear... got shoes that are Just as 4, The ..superintendent shall stock from competition catalogue address, A. A. MURPHIEE. PruWest. EDWARD CONIADL betide "
there beany'unnecessary: or embarrassing delay on the part of the exhibitors M !? f
good in erery .way aa,those that.have ; .
in anlmala Into the show ring.C. -
been costing you higher('r..... .bringing .
If you could visit our-let** factoriesat AH.animals .entered for exhibition{ *.shall be in place not later! aii. SHOI.I .

Brockton Mass! and free for yourself o' l cJr.a.,.m''', Wednesday.October,. 26. 1910.>> m __:,... promptly obtain 1). B.mid foreign CITY BARBER ? :
hew carefully W. L. Douglas shoes am 6. Entries close Wednesday, October 18, 1910. r A 1 V;; .", ,

made you would'then understand why .,;4'.. A.itm'tls'-'nau vi>t.Inn"vyi1 until the close of the Fair except when -

they hold their shape,fit better"andw.ar affected by disease,.or upon the 'writtenlpeilnission of the Superintendent No Waiting. : .. <". [
longer than other makes.A. '
C.. J.ON -W. ... Douglas nuns and prle II ..,8. The Superintendent of the department will furnish exhibitors of cattle I tiI' .. :,,' \.

tkniMd! prideu OB a':"....bottom inferior to tttSet prolwt, Take thth. wars.p.InMh N. .< >.". with tickets,. permitting their assistants: to remain on the grounds. ,, !?>* :.a i Head model siuituli or plioto of Invention for 3 Barbers
'Tloinitr.ae. It writ.W' or. ogles Order shoe.Catalog.are not for W.sale.DoosUU ID sour* '9. When'on exhibition in the ring each: animal in Class A must be under i free report on pntcutabllity. For free book J t

BcooaioiMaM. ; --.... Mt.1I aT halter and In+phargeof, owner or employee except as noted. Foe! st .re RQuE-P AARKS wrtote Everything U -to-Now. .. .

Campbell &..DeJle.CQ:; ; *- e 1 i *i" i.. 'j.I ?, .', *, I, ; .. .-' -\ TUT."..iaiii ftwjj IIUUM"" ..IIitf'O.47'TL.B1ANf '.\. ,.,I..' .. -ju-i '* "** (

_._ ___ _'I/J._ .__. fi : "Sbave.\.. ....... ,), ntL .' .. :
--'-' n W '''-'' < n" n' .-
; let 2nd. Haircutting ...;... 25c. r
.. ;
Is Your P opeftY.torS 1 ? l, $2.60".2..Dest.BIUI. Shampoo, .v.-;; 2Sc,-''' :' Ii

f r. uuder.3.Year.c. . .. .. F.t., .",.*.H.,=. .? 6,00 ... 2X0 Massage ....... ...... 25c. .... (
The Chipley tioard ol "Tradea 3. Best Cow over 1 year. .. ... .. .,! ,...,, <. ?... .,,.., ..,;... .,,5,00 ,., 2.BO .
inquiries 'for <: Beat-Helter'Calf under 1,year ,.-.. ..-, ...k... < &,.. ...'......* 6.00.h .1, 1ict WASHINGTON D. C. 1- ''I
receiving: many ,..' .. .,. ,' '... ." ; We Solicit Your Patronage.: '. .

homes, farms,,.!''stock q.dst., etc. ... .. -:-" ,....... .... -"',, : ,. ,
'' If'y'ti bave "such property i : "foV .U'Jfik. : CLASS* '":*XORBES.1. ,,4 ft AND" ..*,MULES., '- '". I I Very,Respectfully, '.

sale'or rent, in the-county, or' in ,' ;:' l' *.';',. ". ,i'" .'" W. D. Peters. Prop =... ...
.
L2nd.
or near Chipley, and, will give usa I 1. -Best team of-farm. mules.. .. ,'.,.'. ..... .*,....1..., .*..,...16.00. .00 I to write for for our confidential it be letter worth before applying -

full. description of it, ,.we will' 2. Best farm mule .. .. .. ... .. .......... ...e.'t, ...1.00. 1.00 Ve'pramptly patent) obtain; U.map H, and ForeignPATENTS money.. J D J. J ONES. ,'"
undertake I a. Best team of farm horses, mares or geldings*.,.'.;.'..t..I'OO) 2.00 ,:'

tohelpyou'findabuyerPlease 4.. Best farm horse mareor gelding ...;. .::', ..i..r.2.90'. : ;: 1.00 '
state size location and and Xttorner-At-I."a;: ,' : '. ,
EN-
TRADE return
To be.eligible in this class animals must. :actually be. employedJilttcfarm -' .... ",\ TIRE attorney's MARKS fee. Bend or model Sketch JUIl'LEY FLA. -'
distance from town} aniount in 'I. work.In 1910... ; --. .", 'V ,' or j>> oto and we send an IMMEDIATE ,
'- '
cultivation and timber; number 6. Best colt,' 2-years, or* under..6F., ....../. .,...1 <.;H'. ;'%, i.002.0O) the FREE best legal report service on patentability.and.advice, We and give/oar/

and condition. buildings, .. ; water, 6. Best brood mare ... .. ... .. .;.ri.t..r.. .;!.. ....".i.00. '. '2.00 Charges are moderate. Try us. A D.) CA CARMICHAEL -. ..
SWIFT I
& CO.
,
.
stock etc. Special Rules Applicable to Class B. r r ', Attorney Law. .'
supply, fruit, naming ..If. .. .: .Patent f
Lawyer's
the lowest price and terms arid *.' 1. ...animals ,Inthis:class may be removed from the rate wadi .t .Collections II'Specialty.Ihlpley' :
U.S. Office
Patent D.C.Botanic
mail''or send in to any time upon permission of the Superintendent, except.thatthey. m8.ttoe' I Opp. ,Washington, ; FlaDo I If
on the grounds at the time of Judging and for such (parades as may beTrequlred 1 __
THE BOARD OF TRADE, by the management or Superintendent 'twenty-fo>pr'houre; potic*' Ot which( I ...,

Fla. .will be" given. -.. *- <.
Chipley I f
I : 2. All animals must be owned thirty days., before" entry.. : .. .

.. ;You ** .
.
Amcgatlne _
Blood Balm
U. everybody
,
r.g m al oot electricity|hp I (. CLASS O-l.OOS. ?

AND mmmg.tools.ecJeBce.and Simple>.,how pracKnl.fullofpli.ture Sen-tonu. Protests-See.. General Rule,'29. '.' ,.',' ., .. ,I:* .a (a A.. a.) Cures Through the Blood I r Take 'J- t

F pie copy free If you naiu. 1. Boars over one year old must hive their tusks removed before showing:' Blood :

rgampeon F this t.p e.. %\Jto Pub.a yew Co, 2. All 'sowa' two years old and over will be excluded'.fromttie.ahow. ring' pOlson"1

I *t Beeccn St.Boetuo,Mua. unless they bare produced a litter of pigs.. .. '. BONE ,TIII.. : EANNtii::? .

; 3. Boars two yeara'old and 'overmust have"proTed'- themelTes"sire. : ,. .<'. .'

"ra".yeoay.bodyeoay. AM h KICAM y taau fit'R and.affldarlt. to.that, effect maybe called ,for; ,, .: /?' '" "; ,CER SCALY SKIN, _. 'If not .- r
1 PHOTOGRAPHY lecbelt C \ .
1 BewttUul picture,months (Only! Winnert in Their,CUuSHffiblt.:) .;J, PIMPLES, I
I ly priae contett*.picture ..... ...
lottldBa, queuloai .oI PIIOT .:' ..'I.:.,,4'-,,, Rheumatism Eczema.
.! -
I l-eied SMitple copy fret : -lat. of. .Jnd.' Why

I U you.....tto. thl. taper, 1. Best Boar any age or breed. .. ..'.. ... .-. ..... .... .;i5.00"-; :'2.1\0\ Itching; Humors.B. not::

I Amtrlom Photognphy 2: ... . ,.. .. . 5.00 2.50 ..
r [S Beaeea Si.BoMoa. M u. Best Bow, any age or" breed. | ,,.' B.B. (Botanic Blood Balm) is the only Blood "
v = 9Best .Pig under .1 year .. .., .,.. .e.-.s. .; 2.60 .,. .M.. remedy that kills the polmn In the blood and then l 'We will send THK BA1SNKR post'pale !Ii
.. purifies Itendln. a Hood of_pure rick blood direst to any address, for$1 pet year j COo.:for ill
to the akin aur'ace. Don Joint, and whenever
the disease la located. In this way all Sores months{1460, for three montbs..
Ulcers Pirn plea. Eruptions arc healed and cared. .. "
A Word With You r O S ED-POULTRY.. pains and acbea of Rheumatism ceases, swelllnirssubalde. .. ,
"" B. B. B. completely changes the blood -
( Into clean healthy condition, alvlnir the skin the Or .-. ., .... '. /'. .
1. Poultry showing any symptoms of disease will be ,excluded. from' rich red hue of perroct health. B.B.,li. cures the. t ;' -.' -
MR. MERCHANT. I exhibition. worst old canes. Try It, : i I. i ::
\ BOTANIC BLOOD HALM (U. B. B.) la and CEe will send TH. HAUNCH
2. Stock must be entered in.the name of the atstua1.owner.. ,Biwks, for .Botanic pleasant : and the
Ate to take:composed of pure Inirredlentstpurlflm
'
New Yrok
Tbrice-a-Week
entry can be obtained on application to the Manager. .. World, one-yeai
You and enriches the blood. B. B. B. strenBthens -
.cannot look aboutjou! and builds the tort.M '. '. ,,'_, .. :
the broken down
nerves
'' up
3. Poultry on exhibition cannot be removed until' the close of the Fair .1'
,
the system. DBUGOISTS. $1 I'KR IMROB. BOT'rLs.with .. .
on streets without
:Beep\ I' "{. The"vitality'of all. eggs during.the exhibition shall bet destroyed unless directions for home cure t-" .. "
who taken SAttnm SENT FRItZ by writing to BLOOD '
people have the : -
by
ing1: .,. money: owners. BALM Co.. ATLANTA. GA. When writing forsaupieS
*". i _
L 4' : 'TES Annerlean; hA' ; give of if know. OrWe ... .
c in their: pOCKetS wnicnougatto 6- Standard of-- Perfection\ .h.11" -.. fhe'mabiit4nhte,.for name rout troublo. you '"'- ,.

be in your cash drawer the Judge : : will send THK B ANN.it''and the
r 6. The Judge will award no premium to'bfrda seoringle.stbaw80ipudntsi OQOO i QOOOOO4JOOQO; ; Atlanta Weekly Journal for
or to your credit in the batik'' by; the American Standard of Perfection, or on fowls or' birds..Improperly' .'.-.. one' year' $1.76'Or ,I*
elaegtl..r .' '- ." When you want :: : :
.
You can not look about -i iII
'in you 7. All poultry entered for exhibition shall be in, place 'not .liter: than. '' j| JOB PRINTING .1 .. : '. : ;: : :;.
your store'or shop without .
9 o'clock a. m. Wednesday, October 26, 1910.,., .
Gallon .
., seeing goods that these"' 8. Entries close Tuesday..'October 18,. 1910.; '.. < [ 8 you Want sit three p pen-TBa

>9.> Awards will be made .the best dpsobWItAbl8., ., Ch000DO000LOCOC00000QqAdvertise BANMxa: THe New York 1
same people should own- by, j ----...._......_......-..._...._.._...................... World. The At .
should now be using 10' No bird entered for single premium can compet&Ia ,trios. or. 'pens, ooo ooo !lantti Journal,-we will make the extremeylow

r; American Association rules '. j price of only $'.M for the three pa
dL JL Jt Jfc JsL JRl Poultry to-govern.- 3THE
porn.Toda7.
.... : in _
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These fads hold .: -T
good QUICKEN. BANNERLcccc S u the acceptable time to subsoribi

even if you have'been doinga *, I '> *' 'lat '. 2nd. For best
; ? >- : : results. I J|
good btisineas lately*"" 1. For be st.:: 4ock of each breed., .f < .. .;.',, .. ...t>....:.. .|2.00: 1.00 THE BANNER.
They 'are the 2. For best cockerel of each breed. ..".-. :. ,'; *"..?.'!.,. '%.00 1.00 cccccccccccocccceo: ..
sort'of facts 3. For"beet hen"ot each breed. .. .... .., .;, .'....!.,..*"h 2.00 1.00,
.' which make storekeepingthe 4. For best pullet of each breed.... ?,, ..,,. ..f.y./ >...., ;,..,..2.00 1.00

most interesting in the 6. For,b,8t\\ )breeding. pen;of eachi breed, t..vb> ..,.e..atw6.00. 3.00 .

world-the most (Breeding. pen to consist of fo l1 r-femalea; 'and'oni'male.) 1 ,,' .
tantalizing
one, too. ; 'sitS- J.,: ) '. Y TdRBNYs." y ." .: .. HERE .IS 'THE PROOF

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8.. Best Tom ..,.*. .*.. : .".... ..> ,. ...... ... ... .2.00" 1.00 That the best body-Building. )
.you- ; 1. Beet. Hen..i.. sr:* .:.r....*s :. ,.... ;.*. .*, %.00 K 100 and .
... .. ,
..* -
ery week a.! :--t : !" ". : ).q Thl.!; ''''),,,)_3' full:: 'J)(I strengthening tonic for
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in If The you'place Banner.an adv.- : ". : .J'. a, t WOMAN's'W'OBJi., .'."', .;.': ;.:. .\,:....... :... Y'rti..: ::j ." ', '. 4fr$ Delicate/ Children

i. '1-1. '$'j j r. .
1. The word "collection" refers In?the first place to,the qualityv and lathe IS' ---
It's worth trying second place to the'quantity. ,s>: *". ..

2. The Judges'are Instructed not to'award premlume'unleagtne: : :,.articles J : !!'

are detmed/worthytof merit, or to articles borrowed;or purchaaed.toreompetitlon : Ymbl i
; or to those incorrectly entered. *< 'r : > s '
II'4 7OF .. .
3. Awards : -J> J ; !
!
willbemade by'a.'commUtee'of; three ( _
'4. 'Articles': entered"' for exhibition must ''bo in place, Bot later than.' I -
o'clock October .. "My 9 Tear 'old daughter '.M -
a. m. Wednesday! 2ft 1910. was ,two children wnoweropuny,

5. No articles on exhibition can be removed uo 1 'tiii I''except upon the,written,order of the President. ,. .. began to atr.ngthwh.is I began to aire them
once. She gained rapidly VinoU I prored that
2ntpmj Vinol is .
I 6.. Every article entered for competition shall be' under-the:control of stysngth.did tonic for delicate bildrea.a splein.Mrs.wflLGJLMORED ..... "

.r Superintendent of the' Department but the Fait Association. ,will In no. ra .MicL-: Mr..c.AI..LEN.N.wBedfosdM..e .
*Beads case be responsible for loss that aam.. .. :
or damage the
any may occur to
the best known and ,
are Vinol! builds
the meet reliable seads frown. = 7. The Manager will not be respoa6ible'for gaod4"Serit"t'o''Sairaiif'all up.healthy flesh and makes thin, little limbs_ round
J JErery paokaf e baa betund It the repota-tloa and plomp. Children love

,_; lagnest In the tads 8. The Superintendent must check: the ectfieti', *a'lnUhe,. nttry eokIn We return people's money' without. questlmt
y vwr Res *M4 Lana wtfi b.ern.. raEs each ring write )te exhibits present, and so mark the entry book, that It does not accomplish all we claim for I. Vine
"9C'f'' t. yptrOaat 11 eatWn end )laic., meat'.sdtulldsorlptlon. : ItTry It;; please'
., sail will show whatentriea'were ipaaaed 1 on ,by the Judges lt +-,. "U j.tt S E. rcGeachi. &

9. No visitor will be allowed In the Woman's Department until 9 ojclock' f n .Co.t Druggists_ 'Chlpley..

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10. Premiums In the cooking art'melltwi11 be tiM ? "I .. .. .
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t .' t if'-d judging'. .f \ ,> our dally living "or from bur necessities. -- "
;' ? Ir Thai lsj Dot "a penny saved" In :
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: : IndJ penny rescued from waste An hour I.

.1. ;'Best pound of,, home-made butter- ;J. . .. .. ,=}.& ..fiO taken from needed steep 14 not an hour'rsavedbut '. ,
12. !iBest plain, cake : : ; . .', oj ; .-.4 .i . ... .-. ..-. 1.00 .60 an hoar stolen. An hour ;
J 3. Best layer'cake . . . . . . . 1.00 taken from' 'idle and turned to -NTTr\iG :
4. 'Best'frult cake ... . ..... .i.; ..s1; .tl :. ; ;; : ". ; ."' : .'-l.00. 1 io ante good account gossip that' is an. hour H

5: FHandsomest. decorated cake . .'? .. ..''. .. .;: 1.00 .50 saved. And It la the- same with ,
6. Best loaf of home-made light bread ., way
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7. Best plate of rolls . . . ,. .. . ? .' ., 1.00 .50 our money and our' products. There I : t. f' .. J ,. ,'" J .
8. ;Best ''plate of milk blcults ... .... ... i. .... ..:.;*: :.;.'.". 1.00 .60 no-'ecbnoniy In- self denial. It Is the '. \. '' .. .' .' I.' "I J ;
9' Best plate of beaten bIscuits. .. .'. . ... . 1.0c< M duty of every man and woman to live ''I'.I' ... ,;,It i .s'.&" 1/l ', ,
i 0. Best, plate of pie .. . +. ... .', .,-. *y..t' 1.60 TK the fullest and ,best life possible, to .. ,' ., .: f' 17
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11. ;Best, plate of potato salad. .. .. t . ,. ... .!:, 1.00 !tO get the most they can out of lit., to '
t 1 ,,' nourish the body soul mind and soul. Creates a good; impress .1.1I r .
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EXHIBIT. HOME-MADE. JELLIES AND PRESERVES. '. and to develop them to.the highest I, ,. w
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12. Largest and best collection of Jellies not less than four "{ by 'skimping.- Economy I. necessary .- "f < ". / .irespondents \

; kinds . .. ., .'. . ... .i. . .. '3.00 SI.50 but 'we, must 'not' mistake what econ and helps ... :', "> '
IS. Largest and best collection or homemade preserve's'not! ..
IWe must save the wastes, .
14. ,:', Largest less'than and four best: kinds collection. .of. ..canned. . .fruits. > ,'. .not. .less. .than. .. '300 ',1.60-' stop imy, the leaks ratings: but having saved we : .,...to give. ,: ,:your business. .j ..'. .. ..: .

four kinds .'. . . .. .,. .. . must pat'our' to some good use '
., . . . t 300 200 '' :
15. Largest and best collection of canned vegetables, not less ales we: :'are like 'the miser with his : prestige(. t J' .. / "IT' >-? K*" : '1

a than four kinds . . .. k ... .'.. .. ; .. .. 200 1.00 ifold-& detriment, society Instead of I' .
16. Largest and best collection of pickles not less than three > 'I good.-Exchange. ., '" < v r f / ), .1 1 ? if : ,, "SJ .' ::

kinds . ..v.! .. .., .j.'rt. . "'.*. ... . 2.00 : 1.00' 1 ,:r.r. ./ '.r::11'l \, : '.- '....?;.,
I:. 11. Best quart of home-made vinegar. . .. . .. . too : ,60 Pat Took U>.'Prix*. "1". ::1 /-, _It ,.. ,,. -I.. .f., :,,
.18. Largest and best collection homemade candles, not less .' An Englishman Irishman and a ". .r, ,'./t .JI '''.'

than four .. . . .. . ... .. :. .'. 2.00 1.00. Scotchman, were one day arguing as to : Neat Printing
19. Jar of lard exhibited in glass not less than one-half.gal- which of the three countries possessed 4'Wf1'Po ) t.
Ion (best) . J., .u . .d. . ... ... .. ,,. 1.00 .60 the'fastest'trains., \ M tt *- .- / 'L.

20. Best two pounds of home-made soap. . ., .. .. i.oo .60 Tve' : : r' '
(f' & v "Well, said the-Englishman, -'At Reasonable 'Prices.' '
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: EXHIBIT MACHINE been In one of our trains and the.tele . '.
AND HAND tiEWINO -. \ y. ., 1. t ": \ : :
l graph poles"have 't>e n'like a hedge""rv.'reearth. ) ':
-r r ,""bonne.1 ?i; i'? r'H: ." iP. '. -' lit: 2nd. .'.mUeston.e like '.1 ., ; I 4 'V1' . .
21. Best sun .. . .. ..... 4 ; ? . s.,., .$1.00 .S. .50 appear \ '. ., lot. "\ I \"":!
22. Beet fancy apron . ... ,1., . ... . .i. .'. 1.00 i .50 tombstones said the Scot",, wu'one :' I . 1 -- ,. ,'r./. .\' :, ..'
,23. Best fancy handkerchief'' .>! ;\ ,. |.\ ; > .. ? . .,. 4 1.00 l' .60 "Be Jabersr said| Pat :"I : ; H 1 ,- :'- ; '
24. Best working, shirt'/. .. . . .I" ..... i.oo .60 day'in ft train In my'counthry!' and we t J) 'T" 1\ 'i! J ; tit* U t t I ,- ,
: passed a field turnlpe and a.field of ,i'Give,: us your next. order: < '
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.' ,, parsley then a pond of water; and we :. and we will give you p'et-' I' \ :
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?5. Best embroidered, table:' 'cover, "in ,white.. .: . . .$1.00 .' $.f 50 was broth!If' < .,' t ':feet. SatisfACtiorih'! thus? '
Beet"embroidered .' ; ,
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26. In wblte.- 1.00 60 ', .

27. Best embroidered bureau cover in white. .... ... . 1.00 .60 .. making you one of our .J '
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28. Best embroidered sofa pillow. ;;. ? ... ... . .. .r 1.00 ..60 DON'T JJRE DOWN. I, \." .. .,,'" 'I" 'J. "

29. Best r specimen of eyelet embroidery. . . .. .. 1.00 .60 i strains Severe strains on' the- vital Organs, like regular customers.. "\II' .4 .,V; .? I. : ,: .

30. Best'collection eyelet embroidery . . .. .. 2.00 1.00 on machinery cause breakdowns.
You can't over-tai stomach_ liver, kidneys '* ) ,
31. Best specimen of shadow (or blind) embroidery. ,,. 1.00 .60 .,i 'I, ,''f IJ stf 1>1f ; '. i'1' .

32. Best. embroidered, corset ,cover. *v> . .. .. .. .,'.1.00 ;. ..60 danger; bowela'br'nerves to yourself If you'WUh are ut'weak serious'or : .;, ., II' j" t"I'. ," t: ; ".," .
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(** *iliJIr:4-tA: M EI AND*' If;DRAWN? -WORK.''*' run down, or-undet strain, of any kind .., ., j., IS"'t'J' U.1-4q.n
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w. ., ? take Electric Bitters the matchless tonic .
1st. 2nd. medicine?! 'Mri..'J. E..Van de' t3ande of .,11;>t :1:1E:

33. Best Battenberg -center piece . .. . . . .. .$1.00 S .60 Klrkland.'Ill.vwrUes:, I"Thatl did not : I ;

34. Best .crocheted or'.knitted bedspread. :. . .. .. ., 1.00 60' dowif/whlle'dndarlng. a ,moat severe -. : ?. ,** < .
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35. Beat collection of drawn work7not'less'than 5 pieces. 2.00 1,00. strain for threw months, la due

36. 'Best-set (6J lace fancy dOllles.-. ,. 1.00 :.60 wholly to Electrla" Bitters,1* Use them CHIPLEY BANNER: : : .
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,1 EXHIBIT 6-GENERAL FANCY WORK. I positively' 1I1I i 1 ..w.Kl. 60o at 8. 't'
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S7. Best silk quilt complete. . . ... .. .. ..,. , ,$1.00 | ,.60 Chlpley Fla.DO' -

38. Best worsted' Quilt. ..-.I'-! .. .
39. Best cotton patch,. quilt.complete,,. ,',. ., . .. .: 1.00 ., .60 Personally Newcomb 'was an agree L
able .and faltbful frltlyd.slat .
,40. pest bag4-made chjld's, cap . ... .. . ... .'. ;.. . 1.00 J50 companlon a .1
success was dup largely to his .
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41. Beat pincushion ; ..i. .- .. ... . .'. .. 1.00 .60 tenacity; of porjioai,' TnV'wrlwr'ii'oiily.t I : ..

42.: Best"crOCheted., or knitted cape or shawl. . .. .. .. 1.00 .50 personal contact with him '<-aiuothrough'the1 I .'

43: Best pair of knitted socks.. . .: .. . . . 1.00 .60 !' ; DtanJard Ltlctluuary.. of (,

44. Best specimen of pyrographlc, work. .. .. ; .;. . 1.00 .60 whose definitions lu physical science :.... ........ .. ... .
45. Best collection of pyrographlc work..4-.-: 2.00 1.00 Newcomb bad. general, pyerxlgbt.! On
46. Largest and best collection of general fancy work by one one. occasion he cam Into the otflce :
exhibitor .. .. . .. . .... r . .. Ii. : 3.00 1.50 p'e yt c1Iuatta11Pd' with the' detinitloit 1 YOU. KNOW ;

I EZHIBITFLOWER8. that we"lIacl 'framed for the wind ..
t1st. '
"macnet"conception almost impos T b' la the' time to build that home or business house 'e
2nd.. slble to define In any logical way. We you have been considering The present business depression
47. Best and most artistic bouquet. ... . .. :. .. . .'1.00 $ .50 bAd simply'ennmeratcil the proM| >rtie has reduced the price of lumber and building materials' labor 'IIiijiI""
.. (Fremiuimto: be awarded first day.) > of.the thing; s: cburae which In the ab- : ia cheap and plentiful, and you can build now for 25 to.SO C percent .
48. collection! of ferns not less than four leas than "
Largest and best : knowledge of in. (. __
aencW of'authoritative
.(potted), . .. . . . .. . .. ...'. ... . 2.00 1.00 \
49. Best single specimen of potted ferns .'. .. ,. . .. ; .. 1.00 .60 their causes waa the'only rational demanded pro-- JUNE I9Q7 PR JUNE ,l08. :.
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60. Best and ,arge"st'collectlon! j of potted palms, not less thanthree cedure. But Mewcomb'N ,, ,i ,

/., ..... .iv.2..../.' .-.i'. ._, ., .'. . . .. 2.00 1.00 'a.logical treatment 'and.- though he :.$ .
61. Beat single specimen of potted palm. . .. . .. .. 1.00 .50 moat' h Leeen1tl'om' the outset that <> When you think of lumber or$b'ui1 lng. 'mat rtiI; ; think of us e
627: Best specimen of potted begonia . .. . <". ..,> .. 1.00 .50 this was a'for' lorn bope.his tenacity :. .and the fact that we have completed a modern up-to-date.mill-o.
53. Largest and best collection of potted plants . .. . 2.00 1.00 purpose kept biro! pencil 'In baud. writing work'mill, and can furnish everything mad ,of wood' used. 'in. e
64, Largest and best collection,of ,potted geraniums_ .. . 2.00 1,00 and erasing.alternately for ail hour a building from ama to comb ,and.that we can. ,$

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EXHIBIT B-ART. he could do no.: better than'the follow- '

1st. 2nd. big pair of definitions i rMsgnet, a body Sash Mouldings', Framing, Bank !

66. Best specimen In. oil... ...... ..... .. ..... . . .. .. .$2.00 Sl.OO capable of.. !exerting magnetic force." Doors Casings, Flooring Drug' ""
66. .BestjBpeclmen.In; water.A.c' I' ...r.< . ..,, ., 2.00 1,00 and "magnetic force the force exerted Blinds Bas Celling'"' Store
57. :Best specimen in-pasteh . .. .! .. +. ,. t2.00 1'00: by a' magnet' ,58..' Best -pencil or pen and Ink drawing., ... .. . . 1-00 ,. ,50 at bis beautiful rlrculus In. dennlendo !
; 2.00 1.00 cheerf..dlifurplabed.: J1'relabt.paI4-to your station _
69. Largest and best displaY' of kodak views by an amateur.
.60 Best art display. by a_ rofes810nal. ; . .! ... .;. .. 5.00 2.00' be threw.downrbki pencil..'and dennltion the.1m, : if desired.. .
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CHILDREN'S ARTICLES. *, was accepted.-North" American Jt AURIANNA MANU'f ACTURING". :

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Each article' In thi exhibit must be accompanied by statement of the' "' -
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age of .child;whicb.mustnot exceed 15. years'. ,: -- i, \' .Tuning a.-:Bolt.No" ..MAR.A NAt trLA. r ",, 'e'
"- W ;? 1 Jr. i" -r i \ I *' "111t... 2nd- matter 'l ow'great may'be the'car. LONG Dl TANcaPHONB B2t.:

'1. Best and hand ome t; dressed doll. .... . .. .. .$1.00 ';.50 .' taken In' making the' mold, a bell I

,2.; Best rag. doll.,*, .*..f......r.. ,... >. .. . i. o..r.. .. .i 1.00 ;W' bM to be tuned be/ore'It will ring a ............ .............
3. Best 8'pec1me1wblte embroidery. .. ... ...-. . ,." t. 1.00 .50 clear true note. Aa a 'matter.of fact. _._
A, Best specimen colored embroidery . .. . ... .. .. 1.00 >'O every bell sounds! Ave_ notes, all of -- .
I.. Best landscape Drawing., ., ... 1.00" *.ew which must "blend harmoniously.
pencil or pen and-Jnk together' The New York WorldThrlcea'week' DR. R. E. TILLER
6. Best drawing in color. ;;. ... :'.,. .. ... .. ; .. .. 1.00 ,.** .If one'U tl least bit out the ,
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7. Best collection of work by primary pupil. 1,00 hone wUl ''bt: spoiled The first' of Eedition. DENTAL SURGEON,.
8. ( and best Individual exhibit.-. 2.00
the largest
Child snaking
there notes tit produced !by the 'ylbra ;o;,-

done at: the mouth of the bell.,the see: The Thrlce-a week'$World hope to be' Chipley., Florida.

.' I : Bamboo Sap In India V' ] end by the vibrations, a .ittle ,higher In 1809 a better paper than It has eVer Office First: Bank.lUttoMl
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,.. A Court Pool'*,Jok*. In India the sap of the female bamboo op, the third, still higher' up and soon been before and It has made Its;'arrangements over Nat'V ,

Bebgan; the famous court Jester of.. Is used for medicinal purposes'" to the, fifth; which to produced accordingly. Its news,ervce, covers '
?: 'Edward IV.. ''dearly loved 'a practical Tabasheer," or "banslochan." Is 'sold quite near tithe top. Aa the character the entire globe, and It reports everything :Cc1'OK & 1cFA B .
Joke.* Once h* borrowed money of 'th* In all Indian bazaars as It has-been of, thai, sound which rings depends fully promptly and accurately. It : ,

tang:and when the day for payment known from the earliest times as a upon thc.tMckneevi.ot: tb., metal. It Ispossible U the only paper not a dully*which Is as 'L: }jAUorncy at Lww.I '1'wot
ccnMKwu nnaW; to maker good his medicinal agent It Is also known In bjr taking thin abavlngs from good.as a!dally, and wb Icbwll4,keep.,you tCateWattentlaogiven
' ;wore Be feared! the king's anger and Borneo ,and was' an article of com ,arlous ,p.cea.In, the ,,Inside of the as completely Informed of what .II> bappenlng .-" c. sae Flat BMk.
'appeasehim, by a Jokft. merce with early Arab traders of the bell. 'to alter the fir* notes' until they throughout; tbe'world. I I' "
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friends eastIts properties are said to be are.all harmony.. The Thrloe-a' week World Is fair In Its '
carry '
Feigning death, he had hit 'tom.Can. Collection m.. -
tonic and cooling; It political reports. You get the truLh'from
hi*,body' before Edward. The king strengthening I can Assutirer..am.lbla time and Brte.ted In-
analysed and has been shownto Its cola nne wbether are a Republican -
bas been ; yon .urnaaeomoasleS .
,fell'a ready Vlcdni to''the deception LASH Pi' .. I '.
:and In his lamentations over the sup consist almost entirely of silica;with THE OF A END ,or Democrat, and that Is, what '
freely forgave traces of lime and potash From Its would have been about ab welcome toA. you want,
** posed dead fool add he
Immediately sprang remarkable occurrence In the hollowsof Coover; of Oswego N. Y; as merciless A spealal>> feature of the ''Th lce-.,weck

to the his debt i fe t,Scogan:;exclaiming. the news Iaeo bamboos' the eastern mind has'long luoll-raeklojf'eoulrh thatdefledall remedies World has always been Its sex l. ;:Action.: CU1 ITIS. 3,. ,JPN S-

rerlrlfylng that It has called'ms associated It with miraculous powers.; for years "It was most, troublesomeat Itpnbllshes novels by the best !Authors.In. I .. : "
'back night" he .writes" nothing helped me the world,coves whlcn'ln book'dorm eel! Notary I't Public Stat it Large. '
to 1T SAVED Ills ''LK/ 111 used Dr. Kln '1 New Discovery' for $1 JO apiece, and 'Its high -standard 'In 1 ft r .. I 't -

IU.MA "All thought I'd lose my leg," writes which cured :me'' completely. I never I this respect will J be maintained inthefgln .> .business entrusted ?,to

A $O 1?; IRON N ERY: Oil A", Bwensen, of Watertown VVIs. ,Ten cough, '''11. DljIb&! ," Millions know Hal ure a* In the. past .
Jndomlt.able.wlll aAd t.remendous'.ener/J- years of eczema that IS doctors could matchless merit for! stubborn colds, ( The Tnrlce-a-week' World's. regular rmy'careiUbave my'prbmpt

'are never found wheie" Stomach, Liver not cure had at last laid me up. :Then sir nato coughs,lore lungs/ lagrlppe, asth* subscription price'Is only H.OCf "per yea .' ''attention. Fees reasonable,'

'Kidneys.and,Bowels. areout, of order, vlf Bucklen's Arnica Halve cured /It, sound ma, hemorrhage; croup whooping cough, and this par for ISA paper..',We offer i '. : %., '* j:* '. .
you want t.bflse.quallt.les and the success and well." Infallible for Skin Kr options. or hayfever. It relieves* quickly and t.blll unequalled. newspaper and.The Ban '11( Canute (oufnq: atPoet,Office!! ,

-}hey bring use Ur. Kings NeW Life.Pills Eczema: Salt Rheum, Bolls, Fever. Sores neter falls ttfiitlsfy. _A trlaFconvlnces.B0cl er together for one'- year 'fore(.M. The \ ...
the-matchle regulators, for keen brain Barns Scalds, Cuts rod Piles. 25o kt M.: ,. .Trial bottle free. Its positively regular subscription price of the two pa Floridt -:

'i.04' ,body; 25c at S E .McOeachy.I K. McOeachy, ..'- : 1.; .uaranteed bj.8.,Er.McOeachy., perils 3.na.: "X i 'VYmusai; .. '

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j Town Topics, The following from State .At- I ,, ,j ,,, .
torney C. L. Wilson, relative i to : ':
FARMERS. .
Whoop up the Fair. ;;.- :( the "late of White Top, Nea c. P.Gilbert, ofSexton,. was. HINTS TO : .

:Beer etc., will bo of interest Jt in town Saturday. ., ,
l The County Board oi Educ*;: -.1 '" : ..
those in this section who hay C. E. Pleas visited Vernon on i: '
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tion was in session Monday.If in its sale. Yo business : r; -, "
Monday. '
I been engaged ui Now is the time that you realize : ; ,_
you want the highest trprici i had'better heed warning ah Buell Cook I . ; "
Attorney
for your cotton sou\ if!*bring* it 11 ,stop'selling ite, '" Monday at the County .Capital.tspen i on your season's work. '; : .. .. ,:\; "4.

to Chipley. Marianna, Fls. Charles sell cotton, grain .,', :; : 4 .
"To all sellers of 'White Top:" Ludlow of Key West As you your ', ,' ,,\\i.ar. .:.,. .
Our regular Wausau letter undoubtedly was a.visitor here,last Friday on.. ., ", ,. "
of the stuff place '
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"Recent analysis business. . ,stock or produce .x... "
tied it has not ": '
got up; that is being sold under the nam I witha'reliable ,.' \---.1 \r;, .,,
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i' arrived this week. of "White Top" shows it is rea Miss Nelly Kelly, of' Marl-: .., ,,.'your money"' on open account" .,.. /. ", '.:fl ,:;. ;' _
the weather '.heart.I ly nothing except beer. Th na, is visiting Mrs. L. D. McRa< I bank. "" t, fi, .".
Bless ,
per cent age of alcohol contauieis this week.. '. I.' '( : !< !:,
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,He says there i is pt the cam Miss Nelly Farrior of, ,Man- ',' '
breezes where last beer. I am convinced: that 'aU! .
.. (selling this concoctio anna is the truest of friends hen I -. which makes .the best kind of a 1: f;:
from.. <| i who are' I ; .
this week. .
called "White Top" are selling receipt, and avoid the.worrv and : ::'
Nearly all those,. )who ,wen beer and it must be stopped -at Miss Mariam Dekle..: of Mari:I .\ "/0," .'.-"

away for trips during ,the sum once. Ten days from this date. anna, .visiting relatives! hen < danger attending the. carrying", .", ... 't ,",>;. :"
""mer have returned and we guesi I shall have' warrants to issue: for this.week.W' of large sums of money. j. '.: : .>
they all teel satisfied with then every person I can hear of wh : .t'..3'; :. '
that time selling any H. Faulk was up"'ro'm ,. ,
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is still at offices at' the ..f.
Our always
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.outings. braddof "White Top." I giv Clarksville and spent few days are .. : .
tbi that wh last week. of and .. ,: '..,. ,
A District Convention of this notice so any one disposal our customers
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Masonic Lodge. wiH\ be held l her may think'it is not against takwarning the W., CL Daniel 'was down 'from country friends. .- :;. ,
sell the stuff _
this law to \may Sundaj : J
and Saturday of Campbellton and spent ]
Friday :
and quit. It is agains .
with .his family, 'j ;,
week. Quite a cr Wd Is expect the law of the state, to sell in :any,;
r --. ed to be in attendance. local option county any drink tor .Ci.Daniel:: : :whois now.locat-
do good deed which you,have to pay a U, ::S. ed at ,Apalachicola, is i ,at., home The, First National Bank ,
If you want to a ; ;,.
Government license. I have: applied '' visiting relatives. -a 'j, '? -' ,
put in a good word for the Fail to the collector, of inter>;a *. '
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every,opportunity you have, and revenue for a list of the names of Miss Joe Mizellof,, .EnterpriseAla ,, OF CHIPLEY.. ,
is here the of, ,Miss I' .
guest:
if the opportunity does' not coma those who have taken out retai .
Blanche Williams. '

.quick enough, make" one.' '' ,. liquor be-prepared dealers'license to prosecute, so all as who;-to< Miss. Ida.. Stevens. is, here this .....i....e.....-........................................... ,-

1 The county registration books: fail to be warned by this notice. week visiting with her sister, -
opened last Monda?. If you ''an Any one knowing of any sales of Mrs. W. D. Peters. S !
.registered .bad. best, d< "White,Top?" ten days from .thii I
pot you date will do'me a great favor i if Ernest.Reddick,, of, Cuthbert,,
so before the books close-, or you they will notify. me who is sellingit. Ga., visited with .relatives here .'
can't vote in the general'election. the first of the week.Z. '. ..

., It is strange, but never th C. L. WILSON, R. Gilbert,,was in from his '
less true that when cotton be, State. Attorney. mill south of Orange Hill, aud _. > .i.':

gins to come into market and it I spent, the day Saturday. .- "Hard ware. : ..
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being sold at a good price;:jthal. T .Blue Pond Slog.. $: Andrew',Harper 'who has' been ." '

'everybody seems happy, ,whether book-keeper for,T..D. 'White,. ,is i ...
Blue Pond list .
The sing at ... .
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now with A. D. Campbell. ,
not. '
have cotton or -
they t Sunday was one of the principle ..,: ';". ..' '
We received-a communicationfrom events of. the, year.. The, singing, Wm..' Harper: |was over, ,from -,:/ -,r-.M.A': ,.. '

: .the Deadning this week,, began about ""9 o'clock in the Cotton shaking dale and,.hands spent with, Saturdayhere friends There are a great. many people. ] who' do- not, fisb.' tbat. are '

but there being no ,name signed morning. The first thing Itprogress the biggest liars in'the world. 5
to it, it found its way to the was the election of,, of;' Mrs.: B. F..Gainer, of Wausau, 5 '
waste basket. .All correspondents leers for the day. after a short visit with relatives My annual salesis now on-don't goanywhere else to be
here, returned'to her"bomgtl1onday ;
to sign their John W. Jenking eJected in and let -aell Hardware
are requested was cheated but come here me you ,

i names. ', president vice-president-, James- Lizzie'McCorm'ic Hay::.. Miss May, Fender, of ''Green Glassware, and Crockery, Ranges Stoves,, Kitchenware,

In this issue f the'Bann&you' secretary.* Then, ten minutes wood, is: here this weeJc'visitin Sash, Doors, and Screen Doors and' Windows Sewing Ma-
will find the rules' and regulations tier cousin Miss Laura, May!
governing the Fair 'together recess was called. Pender chines, Paints, Oils, Japalack. Liquid Veneer, and Fishing
'
.
first lesson ,
The
with the list, of premiums of, before noon Postmaster J. Pi: ,Scbell and Tackle that's fit for tisbjp .. .
f fered.. Look- it :over.Jyou will wai led by Barton Wilkerson; wife returned Friday from .a' vacation .
surely find something tcr interest 2nd by'Lemmie Hays; 3rd bj sbent in Western 'North' -5' Thanking you for past-favors, and: ,'hoping.. for a. 'continuance

you. Willie Joe Hall; Gussie Wilker' Carolina. I am '' -

son, organist. Dekle 'of' Mari-
Miss Carl one
We heard a man make the following Second lesson before noon wailed anna's charming ;ladies, is .
:
'' young Fours Truly
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remark 'last 'week: 1 by George Owens; .2nd 'by visiting with relatives and friends ,

may, be unusually full .o>( optimism Bay Hall; 3rd by Dallas Bass; here this week

but lame<<\'lf lever; -work Edna'Hays, organist. Bryant Scott was,, over' from ".R:. c. HORNE.

ed myself up to imagine that the Third lesson before noon was Compass Lake and spent., Saturday I

county'was going to, the dogs led. by James McCormac; 2nd bj here attending a meeting of

just because the commissioners A. B. Nelson; 3rd by EnnkiChestnut the Masonic Lodec.Representative .- ,,'

spent some money -for.It.l good- : ; 4th by Mr. Baxley, R. L. McKinzie -

.roads." s Zora Baxley, organist. of Panama ;'City. passed ,"

So live.tbat when the summon Then came adjournment, ,of;: through town-Monday enroute I
to Vernon on business
comes to join the "inoumerablcaravan" one hour and thirty. minutes foi .
you'don't leave owing a dinner. Mrs. H. Hampton and children -
and Miss Eva Pratt of' Ma-:
The'first lesson after
year or two subscription to.yout noon was -
rianna, are here spending some
county paper. If you don't know ed by J. J. Waller; 2nd by G.; W. days with their parents. Mr. and

whether your subscription' is out Newton; 3rd by. G. D. Roberts;;; Mrs. David Pratt, ;
o'r not, find out. 'it we vi re'i'n Zora Baxley organist.
debt to you, you would' know; Second and last lesson afternoon Misses Annie Cbapin Me Lane
and lIorteii 'Boyle, of ,,Pensaco- Dunn Hardware Co.
would you not. Do unto others 'was led'by A. B. Nelson;; la were the charming guest' .of '

'_ as you would that they.. .should,. .do 2nd by Lemmie Hays; .Nannie, Miss Gladys Farrior several
unto you.' Wilkerson, organist. days this and last week.

-, The .following resolution of J. II.. ,Porter, of;!Millville,, pass- Is now 'in line for business. We have a
County,Court Jorori. '.'< hanks'was then adopted? ed .through: town Monday en-

The following((are those who Be it resolved,.,that' we, as a route to Vernon to attend a meeting general line of Hardware; best on the ,
of the Board of County '.Com:
.
of singers tender
body our
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have atthe been draw October.to serve term. ; ,,oi ash I. the Jurors banks first'to.the members of missioners member .of* 'which* 'be is a .market; at lowest cash, prices. We solicit -

Hue Pond church for the of .. .
CourtiJ. use \ i business and
i to
County Congressman D.- IL. ,'Maya, ..ofdoriticello your guarantee save.
heir bouse of secondo
worship
w 'n: ;
B. Brown, ,Keyser : ,.and C. B. Parkhiliof
'D. G. Singleton-,-' R 'ACt tier Mr. T. J., Burch for'th e.use of Tallahassee;,:were pleasant' Callers you- money on every purchases. We are '

T..C. Porter, ,Jw M.',Clones, his: organ; and third, but not at the Bannar I sanctum yes-:
J. W. Bowen, Fred Hawk, east to the ladies tor the dinner (erdayafternoon. ..The bad been striving to do s something for you' :,.r-T,*> in the'' .

A. D. Campbell, J. R. McGeacby.. spread for: us. out to the Williams.reunion. : way of Hardware. You, have never had' a'firstclass'Hardware

r ; Eason Tharp, A. 1. Miller. I Sheriff Allen' and, daughter,

... Special Notice.\ Miss.Maggie, returned Friday Store; we are making .-
; .a Notice. evening.frpm: ,the Bay,where they
The harvest time is here. We lad spent the past six weeks at I it for you., .Come let us show you. ,

All, persons who Iiveliu, around xpect those whom we have helped the Sheriff's summer-home ,on
: ;
,',. and adjoining the Dekle Land through the spring and sumner City Bunker's. Cove. near Panama We ,have the goods and the prices are

Co's. tract of land, both!>> in Washington to come forward and redeem \ ... .
and Jackson Co. and who their notes and accounts
& Dekle Co., have
Campbell right.A.
contemplate purchasing lands of promptly. We have a numberf -

said Company, are, requested to old notes and accounts that just received-a table especiallytor G. McOuagtfe,
within must be paid the the remnants. See their display'on .
make their applications .same as '
the of the l 'th. 'r .. : I ... General Manager.
the next 20,days as lands new ones.
Company may'change hands andS Respectfully Your, ,Waated.: One or two ladies to I'
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the price go bigber.Dsi T ;DUNE HPW.. Co.,. board. Call on Mrs. J. E. Pilcher -

,,.., ", ,\ .z tlL'C'' .. .. A. G. McQuagge : opposite"'Jim. Bowens resi ..

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