The Chipley banner
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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 15, 1910
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Chipley
Coordinates: 30.779167 x -85.539167 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024681
oclc - 33427638
notis - AFA6585
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System ID: UF00075891:00222
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Succeeded by: Washington County news (Chipley, Fla.)

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. .'". INS-URiN'DE'' Co's. tract of land both in Wash at toe through summer

:&\.' ington and Jackson. ,Co. and. whocontemplate Sixth ,street, Stoves,. Ranges to come forward and redeem A* j 4i

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iq'1.'t?, '..'' said Company, are requested: to Tools of all :kinds, H. Baker's We have, .a numberof and Fancy Groceries.

'I",' :-, I am pleased:to 'te\! <-thej people of make: their applications: within cutlery;! Poultry. netting. Wheelbarraws old notes and.. accounts that .
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', change hands and fact everything in the way of new ones. ers Goods, Fruits,-Veget.ablest .
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Z. .::. I represent only the very best com- the price go higher. (r Fish' and Oysters.
f 2\"h'; panics-those time tried and fire test- .' DEKLK LAND Co.. Dunn Hardware Co. DUNN HDW.. Co:, J : .
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t':.,': .. glad to write you a policy. 1 .... DR. T.' G. YATES, \ little che per. ,We want
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:.. '); ". lifetime: may be,wiped' out in a'jtevr Hard. ware Co. ",..!, EYE SPECIALIST, .will begin to sweep ins'I'' from. the. restaurant trial: ""j;Service -
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insurance with me. "* Dr. Wilson's 'Off ice.PTom'ELEVEN Dunn Hardwaic'Cor murdered Tnarp'building.' Phone>>
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t \: Selecting I Woods. .. "
BANNER.: '.. '
Not very.Jonar, ago timber wai. rr. .

I CY.r.Y ........w;;;.. j'" ., elected 'cording-to its .exter r- Good News I

M. K. Church South.-Pr.&Chl.'rJ appearances The diamete
let and 3rd SnnJay as 11 a. in. and p. mK. and length of the piece, the
C. Williams, Pastor. 1 write to tell you the FARMR-
Bablath School 1O a. m. W. N. Bheats, straightness of grain, sometime! good news that CarduL

tiuperlliMndeDL'Prael' Meeting Thursday "Ighu. the weight sufficed to determim .has helped me to much -

Young Men's prayer meeting Incited.BapUsk T s. UjBights. both its commercial value and its and 1 think it Is just
Everybody destination. At that time, on worth Its weight In gold ,

Church-Preaching every 2n< account of the difficultyof transportation writes Woodstock Mar- ... ,?', '"
andSuperlnteneent.4th Sunday. Rev. CoHler.pattor. shall.. of ; Oa. ... .
babtath School. a. m.. F. U. Hawk:. woods of local origit' ".' do hope and trust I:'. "'-

Prayer Meeting Wednesday nights.Offle were almost exclusively employed. that ladies who '*re suffering ;.J I'

It is very different nowa as II' didT will take Fairwill .. :

...$...........1',.. days., Cardul for it has been a An Affricultural. .. :

.hours 7:80: a.m.,to 7:00 p m."; ex. God's blessing: to me and "
increase .
rapt Sundays.Castbound With tbe consumption will certainly help every .., ; (
mall closes at 10:90 a.m and the decrease in the loca lady who Is suffering." / '
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Wnt-bound mall closes at 5:10 p.m. production of wood it has becom< ',be held Injhi; leythi : : fall,
Mall from Vernon arrlT at 10 a. m., B53 .,
and leaves on arrival of the east bourn necessary to transport timber of aesma"Yaks ...1' .... ."" ,"' -

mall.Sunday hours: 11:30 m., to 12:30, pn' ., every variety and of'many places.." CARDUI ;' and ondepends'you, to a very' large ?extend. ,
Furthermore the di
Money Orders Issued at ail hours wh ioffice of origin: ,

l. open, except Sundays. .versified<<; industries.,of the present ., '
J .P' HCUEL.L P. M its success. .
'day require a correspondinc;:
Oar ClubbIaE...... diversity in the wood employed' ) The Woman's TonicNo ............._............-.1121I; '.a "

Humus' : lend Semi-weekly AtlantiJeurnat For one purpose the important I suffer > t,'
per y.u.ll.7S. quality off hardness for another from headache matter If you backache Every farmer in Washington. Jackson
and Thrice .week New Yorl I ,
B.A.HXKB: ; '
World,per year'11.65. elasticity for a third ease oi f pains lens arms, shoulders and Holmes counties is requested to plant

BAHHBB: and Seml-weekfy' F mer-UD- working or;>> resi tanc to attach I and dragglngdownfeelings "

n and Ultlxen, per year, 1.BO. by external agencies. It is: evi' etc., or if you something especially, or to collect ati'ex'hibit -

BAMXEB: and Home and Farm, per you. qualities' feel tired, weary, worn- ,.
that ,
dent 4'ifferent
el.W very out and generally miserable from his farm, 'to bring :to the fair. .
r are required i for an umbrella handle ; -Cardutwill help you .

General Directory.. a barrel stave a billiard, cue, It has helped thousandsof -..-......-...........--- .. .

car riage 'frame, etc."The other sick ladies
TATE OFFICIALS I'- ,'\ % band, magnifying glass and if WWi 11. only give : No country on earth can beat this particular -
Governor-Alter W.Ollchrlst. it trial will be
Secretary of State-H, Clay Crawford. which 'was first employed has I thankful ever', you after. : section, if you will put forth. just. a

Attorney General Park Tram me II.Com. ., ceased to suffice for the.exact determination ., .
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Agriculture-B. E. McLln. of,tbe' structure of little extra effort. Won't. you

p T..lllr.I'-Wm V. Knott. the wood.' The compound mi ; _a..a_...... &"' .
iii.,.. Public Instruction' -W.Jt Hollo- croscope is now used tor the minute Armed With-a Sebtr Hilt.

way: and careful examination of When William L. Jtnyall of Fauqnler The Cattle and Hog raisers and Chick
t7ooiptroller-A. O. Groom. : county. Va.., ra.... iiten rearsold .
longitudinal and traverse sec be became a :;Contf'd ra'.Iltoldlt'r, i '
111 Court Titos. M. Shaekleford, fanciers also requested,, yes urged,
Chief>>1'811I.Justice; M. H. Mabry Clew. tions of a specimen oil timber the In hls?:JBemlnlsweeal< ,, he etys' )hal, en are -
performed the Couted-
'- JtallreadCommUifon-B.Hudson' Burr,, commercial value and the, proper erate the feats cavalry in the early by part of the to get their favorites ready for.the fair.

Chairman; B. C. Dunn, Clerk. industrial employment of which wore remarkable, becana<> not one
elrcult.-.J.KmmettWelfe. l war had arms that ............_.........__A&A&&. .
desired In ten
Jaece first judicial it is to determine. Fine. company :.any
._ Tensacola. were fit to fight with. .
State-Solicitor ttrst judicial. cIrcult-iJ, ,, grain and,thick. walled I -, cells- assure "When' I jolned'my.company.' be The premiums hF*.every
; the solidity and resistance which.
Walter :Xehoe.:: > writes, "tbeygave ,m a /Faber
which are required in carpentry,, I think was used In the Revolution
and this" was the only weapon I bad. will b /just as :
U.S.-LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS._ and these are incompatible with department ? _
,One day, while: my regiment wall
a. 9.Chubb' Register,Gainesville.. Fla. an abundance of parenchyma- standing In a road. I bantered .a,comrade ,* i--

,.UhleUi Warren. :Becelver. Gainesville.WASHINGTON tout tissue filled with starch.DON'T to see Which of us'could cut tbe liberal the mean .of .the'
..J .., largest 'twig from1a..tree. 1 made 'a . i
BREAK DOWN. powerful cut, and, .the.,blade of 1label"
COUNTY Severe strains on the'vlt.aforRan., like broke off at the hilt Fair will] 'permit.Raise
Circuit C1.rk-W.C. liockey.:Vernon. strains on machinery,canoe breakdowns.You "In a abort time we 'Were dismounted managers .

.Ceuaty Judge--Jr B.Wells,.Vernon.aert can't over-tax stomach liver, kidneys and ordered to clear: the Yankees I .. :.- '" ',,,._ :'
.-C. G. Allen, Chlpley. bowels without serious
or nerves
1'n..we.-JL.B,Teller, ..VernoD. danger to yourself. If you are weak or out, of a piece of :woods: In skirmish' ......................._........A..&& '
formation. We marched through tbe .
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fax ....8Of'-.J.' ". William,, 'Chlpl. run down,or,under strain of any kind. woods: but fortunately no Yankees ;
Tax Coll.ctor-W. B.:Gainer, Jfeoatna.May take Electric Bitters the matchless, tonic wondered '
I have often
&. Public Instruction-B.'F. Gainer, medicine. Mrs. J. E. Van de Sande of were what"!there'should' have'done, armed with Something:,, ,
waanu.uipsrvlsor. ; Klrlrland.III., writes: '"That I 'did not ,Yankeearmed ,i' .
I that saber hilt If I had met a '
of aellll"at.loD.I.. :W. break down, while enduring a most severe with a-Springeeld musket." ',-" '
ttalaer, Econflna.Ceaatv: .' strain, for three months, l ls due --for the- ,, .
Solicitor A. D. .Carmlchael" I wholly M Electric Bitters. Use them .
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Truth In "
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.Chl, *,. and enjoy health and"strength. Satisfaction
Thos.Collins, Caryvtlle. positively guaranteed. SOo at .B.F. According to'bllltorlcal'tr&cUtioo. the '
Surveyor- .
McGeachy. conquest, of.,1 Inland" ,was foretold in H
Fla Jest that soon became earnest by 'Its FAIR !
Deunty; Commissioners:, ," :' ,r conqueror. I'etey' tbe Ureat, to bla jest
J. M. Simmons Chairman, VernonM. A Substitute for wood." er. Balaklreff .. '
W. Bush,'Chlplcy; *- ', i '.. '., ,
serious. drain the forestof Balaklreff.had vexed the car by too "
B. F.JCvans, Vernon. (' '". I on Impudent a Joke and bad,been summarily r: 1 ,: .
.1. H. Porter Mlllvllle. K this country will be overcome banished with 'tbe"menacing \ "

J. T..Blghtower.Y.rnos.l M.I'. when ,a satisfactory substitute Junction never to a.wear'on Russian

School Board has been found in,the capacity of 'oil again. He disappeared discreetly, ,\
G. B. Hush Chairman.Orange Hill but one day not long after Peter,glancing
S.J. Gainer, St. Andrew. railroad ties for-no less than 3- 'out,of a window, saw'tola nnml

W. F. Buss, Vernon. 000,000 trees are felled every I takable figure and qnlzslcal counte- ,
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: nance"jogging-comiortabl/; perched
solely to make foundation

Mayor CHIPLEY-J.T.. 'Brttt.CITY.: OFFICIALS..: : for', ,the tracks, in: the United ""rail,la, down"accountrj.to: him..cart.and,Impulsively,.demanded ,be to if f Here's Good :Slogan: ,fora

Marshal-W.D. Peter State alone. Many new ideas know why be had disobeyed.

,clerk and Treasurer-W. W.Cooke I have been suggested from time "I haven't ,disobeyed you." was the
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answer. am not on Russian Bigger .
Carmlchael chairman,
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to-time,but because of severity ." ,
C. ..Dunn.". R.McGeachy, C. E. Tharp .. "
W. O. Butler, Jr. of. the service tb .which ;they ,; .Not_ on'rlbssltn' 'ao1.1"'' 'r \ .. ',' "'.II..tI.tI.tI... .
are put very few'have stood the "No. This cart load of earth tb'stI'm .
--- sitting on Swedish soil. I dug It BLOCK THE WAY! -. ;. -'
test of trial or answered the other i ,In Finland only the other da,.". ... ",: '"":'..
requirements. A reinforced I'etef'laughed, bat b. Mid.Kin- : '
The BannerChipley cement tie which seems to fill the land b* Swedish sell now, It snail be Move as fast as the procession move outs: ,:Take, the'
Russian soil before !
long And be
bill is about to be given a rather made"good, bin .words. pace of the company you are in or make way 'for the man
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hard trial having undergone'preliminary a r behind. '--- '.. .,
Fla experiment through HI. Examination Concluded. --

which it possed with success. A : San committee the evidence concerning before a; the parllamenUry ,opposl- Don't stand in the way of new ideas. Don't; pause' ,in the '

d I .; SUaci far tile Upboildlajr ot stretch of the road is to be laid Uon to a railway Hedge scored a point path of better system. Don't settle down on the,ladder of
entirely; with the"new ties and if which accentuate. a certain legal de-
pop with ,reference' to skilled success.. Don't: be a barnacle on the ship of p regress/
'canditiona wit ,
':- Chipley, r Yi their be havior under these : UL
nesses. J 1 ?; ;
is as favorable as the previous A Scotch farmer was giving bIB taajtlmony :
.Washington Co>vty Change means progress., Progress lneans adv. n ement
: trial they will be regularly In favor.of-tbe MIL"Is .. .t,
.It'true.;' said tb. ,- '
the ; adopted for use on: line. This
JCnd. Florida, most searching style;: "that yon. Advancement means movement. MOVE!: :
Concrete tie is reinforced'
by a sir. said to Mr. Guild that you were

bar of iron passing through "the willing to. give yourevldence on the '
:other aide If:'they.would pay you better DON'T BLOCK THE WAY!
Subscription, $1 Per Year.. renter and resting: on a patent ; ?" .

cuahi; n.,whicb entirely relieves "Aye., saldvthe pawky farmer., "and'

9 '' ''i" :H concrete' of: (the jar' of tbe ':(after ,a p.use>, net, 'me1:'JUt. pit ,tblamr -, jar I

-..W'1Ukt a Specially .f train passing: over it. question, to ye--If ye bad bleu ,
offered a bigger fee wad ye no baa
.. ..
been on' tb'tther aide yersel'7" :
Neat Now we guess/ the boys will It,U needles to say ::that: the K. Q Those Who:; .,: I

Artistic cut: out booze. The managers of Aid not cross question the,wltMM fur, 3 ';, .f..,C",-,. .
.. .' .'.,. ,i Uier.-Pearson's Weekly. ? j
'' f
,,' baseball games'are ,announcing ** :::2!
; &
.;.;. IIDerclal. Printing hat; no boozer ranplay' in their" ) A MA N 9rJRQtI.r RE.1 Ei ,. Advertise, in --, .
teama.: 1J t 1 : :
; 4' Indomitable will and tremendous energyre nTHE : '
never found where Stomach Live :
j MThe. Banner The only person who ever goes Cldneys'and: Bowels araoat of order. Ifon

'.' hungry in Florida is the boy who .want these'qualities and the success BANNER-ir
If."t hey bring use Dr. Kings,New Life
I Pills
iangs to see the ninth ,inning "
"A"- he matching regulators for keen
brain ( .
: ,. ;: Wpley Fla.,_ .,, Te. and misses. his supper.. *, ., a nd strong' body25e: at 8.McQeachy.. .
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-The effort to create an organization said idea.: 'I I will think dismiss that is a the very congre-good survey"Speaking official or, reminds'bn k'Teter me ehTVeli'."*of an1d'bell.l THE+ SUlfflllsKN() IJ lill'll' AND ACCI11N] ''r yAt .

tbat shall make conservation ague.: Never heard of It. '.

a world-wide movement! fail gation and go and get some mySeif. first encountered It in Wrangel nar Xnfii C I
lU.r'L.I.Ce, ompnriy,
Tie difference tbfamotjat ; ;. ;. ", rowfisi AlaakitttK number of years afo. .. .. \ ,.
!} o, ,. We weren: &e old surveying steamer o.r- .
t6' g
forestry in proportion: are C XatliafSOn.v'' v '

that exists in one country and 5 A Deserved Rebuke d "Ju,t aa/wigrounded a point of brad Mari 'nna. Florida:' ,:
I : u toot morwftbaW 200 yards distant a big i. t
ahother is so great all topt'ecludcoucerted The committee of the Interna black r was seen on the beach f ; 8
Invites your attention tojts N.,vr |Aoa, Policies, as embodying the maxi-

action, buti.mores*.f thaithat tionatArbitration' andPeace-A: : looking.,a __u.,,.,; Eight men took np ,at. A -H
rifle at once and were about to shoot mum of practical protection ,, thf.Jovrest practical price. remarkably

difference of opinion, and sociation of London passed the when I told them to wait and Qreflll cheap contract, but safe and conservative and backed by home capital. 8
in method of fores-- following: resolution: at once'lD a volley when 1 gave the W. H. MILTON. President Mi

trfv are still more marked, and This committee that order. They all took careful beads .n .
regrets tile beast 'Ready, fire! 1 shouted. ', Hirpr-f' ArC. '. *. Ga fJIL W. B.r&aMu A.'Biltxell. U
the, feeling is ,prevalent on the Mrt Roosevelt] in his speech at : "There was a rattle of musketry; at i j, J1}. Broo bi.MD; < .. Le"M. ",III, lcccOccccc00cqicooocccoce000cccccc

pact of several of the great conh 'the Guild ball when receiving the I the eight pieces were discharged, andvery c:<>ecCCCC ;"

tries tbat they do not need to hpnoary freedom of!= the tity ol one looked to see the animal's -. .--- -- ". ...,. -.,. ..,
death throes. There was the bear running -
bother-for that is the real idea London should have created a. up the hill as lively as a Jack rabbit If it is Macl.llr. ry you want; we'li.vc: it. \to.te;

=They.do not need to bother with dangerous precedent by dealing: : Not a shot had hit him.** Bear us, calalqgue.' pieces and 'turn*.
outsiders! to advise them, tot'as.. with delicate questions ot' polf- ague thafs all. Every man's band I
was trembling so be couldn't bit.atotuie. MALSBY COMPANY
sift them or to help spend money
tics, emphatically protests Buck fever's nowhere alongkid1 -

in Conferences: over internationalconservation' 1 against his encouragement of the of if-San Francisco_Mm_ MW Call.MM.MVHMMMM '' ;41, South ForsyUi! 'Sfc,. -AnANTA,- 6A.

use of violence in tbe 'V
suppression A Curious 8u r.tltlon. :We sell the following\ well-known goods: American ;',
I ,And there is a good deal in
of national feeling and self- Among the superstitions of the Seneca Hench & Dromgold, Geiser Peerless," and! Smith'Myers '8 Schnier Saw

that idea. It is to' be respected development i in Egypt. Indians was this most beautiful Mills in all sizes end capacities; Erie City Qelser ," and' Houston

and not condemned. Every pekpie >. ''It is.a 8eserved' rebuke. And i one: When a young maiden died they Stanwood& Gamble Engines and Boilfcra in all sizes Challoncr, and Perkins
BamfS-W9k Grist Mills, "Peerless" Threshers,
imprisoned a young bird until it first! Shingle Machinery; : JSUffers/ .
-ought .to know: for themselves think,of it- an ex-president: from, began to try its powers 'of song, and I'laners, Steam Feeds( and various other Machinery! Repairs and Mill Supplies.

what is best to do with respect democratic America rebuked by I then, loading it with caresses and messages We' can< furnish you-the b'e Machinery on the market and at'the came i
We.hav no>ranch
to their forests. If there J is any- a.British peace association for an they; loosed Its bonds over her til1save you money
grave in the belief that it would not ,
thing to be learned in the management imperialistic utterance! fold Its wings nor close its eyes until it

of their timber it can be ... bad flown to the spirit land and delivered t -,*

. its precious burden of affection:
learned without the complicated Don't waste plasters *
your money buying the loved and lost one.

machinery of an i international\ When you can oVa bottle of 'Cham- ,, ,..__._. -
machine The b btrla.ln'S'LIalmeut for-twenty-five cents; IS THE- TIME.I
can < NOW
expert "!;atlas
A piece of flannel dampened wlib't.bl depended upon" 1 la an .expres
sent out. a state or national liniment is superior to any plaster for don we all like to hear, and when It.'Is

\ board and find out at comparatively lame back, pains In the side 'and chest used In connection with Chamberlain's'
and much cheaper. Hold by City Drug; Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea RemedY' It

small expense what there More:: S.: ,);.. McGeachy. "_ means that Itnever, ,falls, t.o. cure dlir-
: .
is 'to be learned' thaf"1s "not":already ; ;:tand 't "' .1Wanted rhbeB;Q leW tt'iCtbbwe1'cnmplaluts' ."- It TO ADV ESTISEI"'I! 'I'IThe

} known In our "own "coiTn-! is pleasanttaltennd'equally valuablefor
children and adults. Sold by City
It'to Take.
try Drug Store and S. E:McGeachy.: .
!.frs. B. believed lu Infant baptism ,
The habit'of constructing machines -
but for some reusou tbnt rite was not 1 !
tor comparatively ,simple performed' for Tommy till newnrfBoinoar *. best j opportunities! are ;often

labors'has grown to such an, .extent / or five rears old. While tbe ceremony -- R. SCARLETT: .

that a, large proportion ,of was lu progress withTommy's'be the mother, wasTer neglected :NOW is ,the best tune"
much gratified .
lSotary Public.RealJEstate.Handled.
those'who are.in their.own mindat ..
havior. He .seemed duly' Impressed ., .. ..
least, advanced thinkers are With the solemnity of the occasion to advertise, .
and remained ,with, bowed bead for .
given up day andi'night .to ''plan I .
time after the sprinkling bad'been'done. :
some ,
for more and more organizatipn Collections a specialty.? If you.lliave something, to, sell; ; if ,

on a larger scale* In this instance The angel! exclaimed the mother'The
little dear." said a good sister ..Office in First.National Bank oif m myotJ.
the sceine of world-wide mm she went up to' give -him' a "God I you want to. buy something;;, .
.the --- -- -
conservation breaks down'at bleu you" and a pat on the bead. But ,

very outset. Most of'the govern Just aa.her hand was descending with For Over Fifty Years. S have a bargain, NOW ,is.. the .
benediction wrathful and <
that a very .
refuse have to "
ments to anything
unangellc 'countenance was turned .. '. t oothli a B urup' ;
do with it and one may really upon her a pugilistic little nut" delivered Hia-LIONS. of used MOTHERS for.I amr BIFTT for their. YEARS CHILDREN by MI!.. .C best time; to make it known.. ? ;

have quite.degree of sympathy a paralynlugblow on, her bleeps,, WHILE TKKTHING wit PERFECT SUC .

with them without ceasing to bea and. tbe Indignant Tommy" exclaimed. the CESS.GUMS.It SOOTHES.ALL61ISa11 the PAIN CHILD CURES SOFTENS WIND g Don't fail to see ,us about'' ,your, :
"You alt away from here! COLIC, and I.tile beet remedy for DIA RR BEA .
patriotic American. Or course he was led oat In dlngrac Sold''by DniMiat in every part of th.world. Ba

.. ... and questioned by his horrified mother sure take and aaklor o.ethuIda4.;'Mr..Wlnelow'ISoothin.Syrup"and *.. a bottler i Spring Adyertising; this week.. .If l;
"Why. don't you know she would 'a' .

rhoea Chamberlain's Remedy Is Colic today, Cholera the best and known Dlar-* rubbed It would all the'a'baptizing had time water'to soak off In before r'-' a e.].Q.............. .,..... --- it is business you wuilt' J. p' ::

medicine In uaa for the relief and curs of Co ::, '. ,
explained Touiiuy who from his |>K> lat 01":; '* *. : : IL .
bowel complaint It cores griping, diarrhoea l of view 'was, fully Justlded.Los Angeles lit 4 > ;t. ., -. S .
should be taken : tv':: A I". 4 r.;. ., 'yt (II
dyeentery.nd .. .
at the Brat unnatural, looseness of the Times.--... ,.. s .,..... --t-:.,. .........._-:I.r.o.'- "_... ) ,"I I.,,,-.-'-. J. The Banner Get it for You; '
bowel!!. It Is equally valuable for children ,Old Tim. Quackery.The I .. "i,: !' '.!.; .,. I I I ... :, ,
and adults. It always cures. Mold eighteenth century wad the golden j U 'oJ ..
yfa. I
Drug Store and 8 E.'YcGea by. ,N''r.-\ ,..,. : ; .+ 1
by City harvest time of the cjuack.against 8"1 r; :L t. 0. .
whom some of the fiercest shaft 'ofHogarth's ,: o't: : !( *** *-,

satire were directed. The : ".,.... "hro I', tr. ,
The Gift of God. loved to surruuud himself with M t::: -g -J .
quack -
c.:: 'C: r." ,' ,
which F. ,. ., .-, .. >
an atmosphere of mystery, was :* : ,ji NEAT
More than a hundred years calculated to Impose upou the.credulity ,- 0 JI'''.. ..., :. Ii-: II .1 .. IF YOU WANT 4QBPRINTIINGGALLON .. : I
roo J m tJ: -
ago, when the stone stepa.of the of his victims. Ills, room was bedecked -1., 4 ..,..? .' !, : I -
: with skulls and skeletons. A, > "' ,. 1'o 1'a
Old House"were in front. of the ... U,f' -;iJ }
brisk, trade In quackery was carriedon I W ,0 aY : aa. I ,
meeting house in'the villageand by women. J. U. Wright In his ... .y.iC0it1C@sgars At3an, THE BAIVINER."

worshipful feet went up them book, "The Good Old Times.records

aisles the fact tbat In tbe year 17HU "a Mrs, .
and along the uncarpeted
awarded fS.OOO: .
Joanua Stephens was 1
to the. straight 'backed: pews, by the English govern uient fort a : .- .

each with a wooden door' held proper discovery made by. her for'the J i I /
the stone.' This 'proper discovery I ,
wooden, button-one' cure of
shut with a
,"' adds Mr. Wright. "consisted .. .'
Sunday morning-after the ."long decoctlod pills, the : ...J. .
>f a powder a ,, .'
J '"
-" ," while the clergyman last named being formed from calcined : j ',_ ,' ,1. ..." .:.' ..-J. :.; "'," -- -.!. ': ,,:, ,,.t ') ,"-, "
prayer nails, with carrot seeds, hips and i 1" .. .'\ ..t :... I' "" ,'tI1.. '1. ', ': I
in the midst.of his discourse /J"" j' '
was haws, the compound being bnrat', to : ; ._ :'" .t.
one of the meinbejra:of.. the,' congregation blackness and then mixed. with soap I : : ; : .
\ ; .. "
iF i ,, ,?
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was seen to'.rise; from and -honey. ... .. ,r'i 1 .. ,. ......
........ .'.. .. s. .j..,\
quietly put of .. ,_
)his pew and ,.tiprtoe Jewish LullabU i "' ''l'f'-I ,
No 'ant" "
: Do Vow ""
the church. 'Soon a neighbor fol It.Is remarkable' that notwithstanding i <" ;';" :' .'; : v:. .;
lowed and't len"another'' and another tbe love and devotion of a Jewish : f' ,,}":'-' ; ,.

notber there seemsto be no trace of, i '
-slawly"add' with reverent .
a I real Jewish lullaby. Those known; : "F
regard for the sanctity" of the are of a recent' origin. -American U.; I mar

place they; 'were so unwontedly brew., i, : ig ai+ris '

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leaving during the,sermon. The, Her QambU.. a 1 I, ... <,J '." .

minister, noticing! i this,. stopped, Dld ;you ever gamble mar : .. '. ." ..." ,J .. '&"'.. 'I ..f\\.

in tbe.midst.of.his.disc6urse.and 'Only once, my /500."_ : I N .. .-- ..
"And when was that?" i ,. ; I ; :-t. '. ,1.1
aid "May be permitted ..t.inquite' -, ?r' "J ...
: ..: l. ... ,
"'TVheu I married'y qr 'father/V. : .. -, '". I \
I "
this 1
e'reasonfor I
tJ Gazette. '
Princeton '
dus?" At.tbis. one of the. few i+ I '.I-' :Clothing, alioesai-id; ,Hays'. ;!' fi I'J : ,'.

in' ,, .. .. _..
stood :, his 6O YEARS '
remaining men up j
EXPERIENCE ,__ .1 ,; ,.." \I { 'It
pew and answered thus Since OOTTO1J. ...'" /:, .J.,' .' !', .,

the'secvice'begaiii, word ):ut 'beeri 44..S .,;;;.. .. .;,, .,., .
11/.4 j
;. 7 /
.. :: ; ''. ; :, : -
,ot ..... .'.,..; "'.',: .
school ;
that a. Urge .
sent us; !\ '1 .. .. '

shad has been pocketed in theOyster' '. .. ,. : 1 ::: .1 .
Rtvet'.I, 'The tide has I .. ... .M' : h. .111' 0 'S.fc..r.
/ 4D. f\r
TRADE MARKS' .. ; tn"C. ) .. ." : 'I

-S -. gone out and the. meadows 'are OCSIONSCorvnioHT: Ac.Anyon / ./ .''..... ; ;...
con red with live fish. ThouB- *Mtidln* a kh and deiorlptlnn wamf'anlektr ," .", ; .. ... ..... 'i. ..
a.c ert ln our opinion' frm whetherlorentloo am. .. ...., .J. '
: of them flopping therein M probably 1'A'\'!"to W e. omm.nla.tion..trlottlomt.dente1 / ': J "I : ..
adds are : ,. HANDBOOK on Pa .. ;,.< .. -1 ""t '," ', .
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thought tent free. Ol"< t ireiier fur toaurlntvfttmt* '
the sun.and wt'baT.e FManU t k.n torouifh Munn (X.ro lT : '.. .' ',' .. ::- ..
prcNtnut/u, without onarva.U>Lb. A"'f
55 best, sir, to Improvetbe' opportunity '..i t"r
Scientific jm.cr.caM 4 i ::10.; i' c '

t'-"- and go down, there and se- ..... ...... ... aI
A.an"""", .'"m..at-rat, ecf .k.J' J. & "'1*? t j. ,
curs winter food,lorourfamihes'! ..1atW. of am .,'lent ma Journal. T.rm.,fsi s Irt Ii I. .
=- fn.r monthsrl.i Bold bran nawad alanuat i ., J" 'l< '
Then > saldown? ,and, after .a l UI Coy et8ro.dwsr' u t*.

:;,' ... moments "pause 'the 'cleiman Ik.-II $* r It.. .. JSSffZAV:


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Ross Gets'Back Home.

To Friendsin Washington I'
flm. County, Florida:
Ctelpi .y ,
Bdlte., As I have made a change in my '
political affiliation which I have REMNANTS : i ,
t at th* postofflc* *t Chlpfay.SUBSCRIPTION .na.. u recently publicly declared, and I -
.ecoed d_ran.
+ deem'it justice to myselt and to .

f BATES: my friends to make some expla- .' ,
nation as to why such changewas
IIX MOlfTHi,...60THHKB -
MONTHS...26k made. I '
Several .ago when the ,
.4.-tJaIa.ra'.faraW.l. ss appltotlca..Communications .,'

Farmers' Alliance was organizedin "j' The remnant sale .is.now, ,:c'.. ., ': .
on live topics specially '
Florida \ .
Washington county, ; .
solicited. HU ," .., ,, .. .
of local Interest are I"" : ... .
understood however that thepnhllsfc- I became a member of that or- ;'.,' .1,: ;ft .. r .; 'or',.1-".1i ,
of TUB BAVHKB will not be responsible\ '_ :.11.1" ::0 at our store. < ,. .",
I on "
I did because
for opinions expressed by correspondents. ganization. so ; ". :
it good'thing andI :. ,i : < ". .',.
thought was a :. '
live representative share ..ofif : :; '"
TTB BANNER wants a of : ,7; .7' Come get your ". : .
and correspondent at every postomce thought that it would be mu- :,k: ',
and will make liberal ar ,'P', ; ':. : I
In the county, tual benefit to the farmers of our .
ranitements with the rlgrt parties. ,; .,\ ,- ',," :
things while theyare > ,: :
the good .
country to unite their forces and ,: ',. _.
: 'i' 'liiI
THUI9SBDAY. .ep*. I., uno.o influence and exert their powersin '.,. "'1\1:, .,
__ _..... '. 1, ;
rl.. } ,
one united effort to bring re- _, """ going. '. '"f
Democratic TIckrt. if! -: :
condition '
lief to their distressful : '

For. Repre eo'a'ive. ot those days. As I understood ?: ;.;l'".::' ",,, J: ., Don't wit for a second in-. '.. -,,:.,... ; .1.
t '
R. L. MoKENZIE. the objects of the organization as r"" ," .... -" ... \ : .. ., '. 1a
For Tax Assesuor. :" l.. ', ". but DC>>W. : j' '.. : .;',' "
J. J. WILLIAMS. tben declared nq honest and fair r ; .
minded man could have said oth 1:1 c I \ ,
.l' .
;r' For Tax Collector. : : F'r '
"" ,. ,
W. B. GAINER. erwise than that they were good. ,:' of". : ::; :]
"" j' '.
P For County Treuurer. I And I am yet of the opinion that i; fA
i; U. B. TILLER. had not these fundamental objects ; "
I .,For County Commissioners. and early declared purposes 5' ; :
I : Dekle
DI.to-1.J.T. HIOHTOWER. & Co-
Diet 8, A. C. UILBUUT.: I of the organization been dropped : Campbell ;
Diet. 3, 8. L. DAVI8 I and political ambition sub-
Diet. 4, J. H. PORTER. ,
., stituted therefor, that great good "
Dint.5, B. F. GUNN.
School Board. I would have come to the men of
For.Member. ot
Dlst. 1. W. F. BUSS.out. toil because of the organization. ....- -- t
... o. B. BUSH; When the Farmers' Alliance forsook "
Diet.3, B. F. CARTER.
.. -- its original principles, deserted swell their ranks. They say, I men are wont to do, be inclined Three things to govern-tem. '

The United States pension roll its noble purposes, and "come Republican, come Socialist to follow the trodden path of the per, tongue and conduct. :

is swelling while the legitimate launched out into the sea of politics come Independent; come one, father. For' the foregoing reasons The.Big Hardware Store guar-

pension list is fast decreasing. under the name of the Populist come all, regardless of your con- I am convinced that it will antees more goods for the same .I

Something: decadent somewhere. party, I continued to be victions of governmental princi be a much greater and more honorable money, t>r same goods for less 1

II & numbered among its members. ples. Thus they have'made it a political heritage to leave money. .Dunn Hardware Co. : >

A St. Louis florist has advertised I'believed in reform and was a fight for power and not for prin them a way marked out in. De- > i i '.

for an ugly young lady to stickler for the old Democratic ciples. They declare now for mocracy. Therefore. I deternv, No.. TTT8.. :1'

take a good paying position. principles. At that time I the elimination of the negro from ined to publicly declare tor whatI I Report National. of the Bank condition at Chlpley of, In The the State First ;

There may be such a one out in thought that within a few years politics, but'I know that peoplecan believe to be.right and for now. of Florida at the close of business. '

that section of the country but our party would sweep the en- not forget that the. contrary and always] cast'my political an- Sept. 1. 1910.RESOURCES.

it is doubtful if she answers that tire country and every reform view was entertained by'' those chor in the haven of the Democratic Loan and' Discounts............$173,966.95 t!I
U.S.: bonds to secure circulation 50,000.00
advertisement. demanded by for people .would sameleaders six: years ago., 1 I party. I am convincedthat Premiums U. B. Bonds ...'.'. 801.09 ) ,rH
.. be.procured. There was some believe I know whereof I speak, I have done the right thing, i Bonds W arrnnts,1227.43..1.securities, etc. $ .6I O.00 $5,877.43Banking ,j.'n.':'!

It is announced that "China evidence, of strength at first. ballot in the house, furniture and f"
when I assert that such declarations for when I cast my fixtures...........:......... 20161.18 Yob.
wants Roosevelt as adviser" to Those inybigh positions and favored now are for effect and not last primary, where none but Other real estate owned......... ,8,836.80

the regent. Shades of Confucious places, the law makers of from principle. They 'are crying white men participated it mademe Due reserve from National agents Banks.....(.not... 11,065.51 ;

and ye gods of confusion; the 'Democratic party of the out in condemnation of corruption teel good. In making the. Due from approved reserve agts 11,019.95! f
Checks and other cash items.09.08
} well may the world stare aghast South, became alarmed and in politics and demand, change, 1 have acted from honest Fractional paper currency, '
.... ......
in of combination nickels and cents.:: 57.63
anticipation through and by means of that ing that the mind of the people convictions, which haunted me Specie .. .... t 6,539.45Legal .'
of the yellow and the Roosevelt alarm, some real good was ac- betaken on every question and I for some time before I would Redemption Tender fund notes with$55.00 U. .S..... 6,59445 .. "1

perils, says the Richmond Leader. complished. But having forsaken vet they hold to the old conven- yield. I believe that there are Treasurer(5 per cent of circulation :' t
............. ......;. 2,500.00 /
.. its initial purposes and having tion plan of nominations which others who feel as I felt, but Total.........$344,370.13 .
& )
average i deserted the originat'founda- is less expressive of the will of bate to surrender and acknowl- LIABILITIES. J1 f I
The boy or girl of tion which the organization Capital stock paid In.S 50,000.00Surplus .;,
health and ability who will use upon the people and has probably been edge that they are wrong. If fund....... .....'........ 20,000.00 was builded, ,there should have the of corruption in I have such Undlvld profits lells' expenses .v Cr
means more you feelings, try my
the advantages that are in reach, and taxas: paid...... ... .... 5,888.00 ,.
been no hope for a permanent government than any other one I plan, which has been copied by National Bank notes outst'd'g. 50,000.00 -i);
who will not let false pride standin I did it Individual deposits subject to ;t".1i;'
the and who is willing to development. not see thing which could be named in Tom Watson, and I believe that check.t... .. ...... ......... 119,934.58\ ":'
way, then but to me now it is very connection with politics. good results will follow. Time certificates of deposit''.\.. 38,316.69 \ ;"i' "'
work may RO forth at last with Cashier's checks. outstanding .-. 330.86 -t
clear. The Populist wave soon For the above reasons I came Sincerely Yours- Total.........$384,370.13:
the best equipment that collegeor receded and the rank and 'file of .to the conclusion more than a! FRANK M. Russ. State.Florida, County. of Washington:

university'Itive.. What other I the Populist ,'party' began to I year ago, that I could no longer Vernon, Fla. I, W. O. Butler Jr.. Cashier of the
bank do
above named solemnly SWE'art.bat
have done, you can do.
.. dwindle away. We had flourished I countenance the attitude of the .. the above statement U true to the
I in and Dunn Hardware Co. wants to best of my knowledge and belief.
Washington county
The Best Life. I party and determined to no Longer W*. O. BUTLER, Jr., Cashier
had captured some of the spoils I cast my lot with the organization -: see you Their of business.Ha ( E. N. Dekle
Correct-Attest:. { A. D, Campbell.
The surprise of life alwayscQJDe..1n I of the government. So far .as which,might well be termed Ha! it's interesting to go ( :S:J. A..Alford.Directors.Subscrlbedand .

finding bow we have reform in local affairs I can not the Omnibus party of Wash to.the Big Hard ware Store. Dunn sworn to before me this g

,.. 'missed the things which have point with certainty to any spe- ington county. Then when I Hardware Co. 6th day of Sept.R. F.1910.Scarlett, Notary' Public: ,N

lain nearest us-how we have cific reform which we brought viewed with fairness the political

I gone far away to seek that which about. To the contrary, it organization in which 1'had been /

was close by our side all the seems to' me that the Populist brought up from a child: but -M NEV jI

time. Men ,who live best and party of Washington county in which I had been strenuously LOANEDON

longest are aptto come, as the the last few years has done more posing for many years I saw in "

result of their living, to the conviction to counteract the real and bene- that organization, the Democratic -I l I REAL ESTATE.LONG ..

r that life is not only richer ficial reforms of the Democratic party, a plattorm of high and .

but simpler than it seemedto party than it has done to bring noble principles upon which the

them at first. Men go to vast about reforms. Its leaders have organization is builded; I recognized TIME EASY PAYMENTS,

labor seeking after peace and been waging their campaignsupon the fact, which has long For- Information, WHto

happiness. It seems to them as destructive platforms rather been staring me in the face that THE JACKSON LOAN & TRUST COMPANY '
though it were tar away from than constructive. They the Democratic party is the

them-as though they must go abuse and discredit in clarion champion of white supremacy in OP JACKSON, MISS..eocuaEECCOCEEEEceaCuEXClDClCEEEEOOOOEEEEaooo.

through vast and strange regions tones what is done by the Democratic the South, a principle for which :: : : : :: :

110 to get it. They must pileup party, but instead, they it has always stood. I recognized '
: must . . . .
wealth, they see every offer no plan of construction for too, that the many reforms

possible danger or mishap guarded the people's benefit. The party which are benefiting the peopleof : Jl

against before they can have bas shaken off its original, name the South' are' those which Neat PrintingCreates : : :

,: peace. Upon bow many old men i, and for the last few years itscampaigns have been made by the Demo- .

; has it come with a strange surprise have been waged under cratic party. I am an' advocateof a good impression : 1

1 I that peace could come to i. a non de plume. In fact, the further reform and believe &

rich or poor only with contentment Populist party is just as Tom that the people should study well among your correspondents : :'

: and that they might as Watson bas said, dead, and has the use of the ballot but I 'am W and helps to give bus,1;. ;
y well have been content' at the been so for several years. The convinced that the reforms which your :

very beginning as at the very present organization in Washington we may hope'for in the future iness prestige. -; I '

end of life! They have made a county is no more Popu- must come through the Democratic V'V, J''V

long journey for their treasure; listic in principle than' it is in party. Then, too, I come We do Neat Printing "" ;

and when ''at last they stop to name. The leaders no longer to think of .my family. I have at Reasonable t t't.i'r*

pick it up, lol! it is shining close fight for principles but their several boys who are rapidly developing Prices.. I 1 1r

beside the foot print which they whole fight now is made, for forces. into manhood, and when Banner .

left when they set out to travel They have opened the doors they reach their majority, they Job Office. .

'- in" a-Circle, < ro!-Philip-', Brooks" ', ,-. and invited every weakling in to may, in political affairs/* *, *as>,< young"'10I . . . . I




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Ii; A Dream of Beauty. :.ij

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!I I .. Is revealed when we. see a nicely furnished "

1 home. Nothing adds more comfort '

to the housewife. And, in fact, it WORK: THAN YOU BVER DID.BEFORE ay USING TUB ,

l I ',r' is absolute necessity. ; OLIVER CHILLED: PLOWS J f

.-- 'i.... --0.. fturnietaaslitwofthe.oddbasdsse4SMa '1
j ... Wby not begin, now? It does not ou stctlulaeDM IlAL.... ......opeutotte...... 'r

cost much when ,:,' OLIVER CHILLED PLOW2K" wisest .x..Ioa the 1
.: you buy your furniture
1 Lightest Draft Plows Made -<

; .I ) from .. Bit..' YOU KNOW tnm ..... nr..Um**what W OLIVER i ':
;j FLOWS will 40 or yes hsv feud yow MJtMxw shoat that. '

:' Why Not Oct In Line HOW ..

\ .: ;" j; : ,ENNIS & COLEMAN.' :,: : CHIPLEY-- HDWE. CO.,. Chipley. Fla..

:. :j '. '
: v -. The Furniture Men :,,>..

: : /rj ft M 1 : CHIpley, Plo. WE ALSO SELL-

'. American Wire Fencing.,

The Best] Made.
." .\ Prohibition Will Win. Notice of Election. term of office of the present Judge, the
. Judge of said Court of Record shall hold
.. '. WHEREAS The Legislature of 1909. un his office for four years. --
Tune, "Yield not to Temptation. Mate
der the Constitution of 1885 of the --
; o';> ." of Florida did pass three Joint resolutions JOINT RESOLUTION: Proposing an Bank
, ,..;: I":. proposing amendments to the Constitution Amendment to Section' thirty-five of The First National ,
t>". : 'in liquor of the State: of Florida, and the Article V ot the Constitution of Flor-
:.f Our trouble for
: states -
....., .. ;, .. name were agreed to by a vote of three ida. Relating to Establishments of OFDesignated PENSXCOLX, FLX,
.,r.>,,k. is sold, fifths. of all the members elected to each Courts J
; house; that the votes on said Joint reno- Be It Resolved by the Legislature of the
Come work for Prohibition: comeeater1 lutlons were entered upon their respect' State of Florida: Depositary; 'of the United Btcttca.
\ Ive Journals, with yeas and nays thereon That the following amendment to Sec- ,
,;'C; the fold. and they did determine and direct tion Thirty-five of Article V of the Constitution Olde.t and l .rat Bank In 'Wemt Florida.*.
;, We'll ever onward intemperance that the said joint resolutions be submitted of Florida Is hereby agreed to OBG.A.NXZEC ;XXTXaTT :10. :IBpO. !,
:' press to the electors of the State at the and shall be proponed and submitted to "
",;(:::i subdue, General Election In November, 1010. the electors of the State for approval or
Now, THEREFORE, 11. CLA CBAVV> rejection at- the next general election Capital Half Million Dollars. I.:, r..
1i; :' We'll banish this evil we'll carry FORD Secretary of State! for the State hereafter; that la to say, said. Sections .
'J< ,.. of Florida! do hereby Rive notice that a Thirty-fa"It' of said Article shall be B..rplu..nd Undivided Profit, 1100,000. .jiif',
,". ..' j; t.;'I .th rUe GENERAL ELECTION amended *o as to read as follows: .- '
':: Chdrus will be held In each county In Florida on ,Sec. 85. No Courts-other than herein Interest Paid I. Sayings Department at Rate of 4 per ,..t. per Annum." 4
',s.x" Tuesday: next succeeding the first Mon specified shall be established In this ,..1//;;'

:.:t Obi! Florida for temperance. Prohibition day In November.the.A. D. 1910 the said State provide except for the that creation the Legislature and establishment may- THe IP Irs: Notional: Bank :
:, '" Tuesday being of such additional Judicial Circuits
't; will win
OP PB"8"'COLA. '; .
EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBEB as may from time to time become neces- 1.
We will this evil, we'l1'Ii'w' for the ratification rejection of the and for the the
conquer by
( sary ... .' ''W. S. KBVBB Vlco-Pre.
amendments W. X. HTBK. J Pre ldll1t
Bald resolutions proposing
: it thru. joint to the Constitution of the State of Governor and Conformation by the 'Senate W.J. Fox..., Caahlnr.. THO. W. B..NT, AMU Cub........ W. N. ROBERTO. A..,Cashier
.i.'i. : carry I of additional Circuit Judges therefor, 91r.ctaL-F. C Brent. W. A.Blount. W.a :KeyMr. Wm.H. Knowlem W. K.. Beer J .
: I Florida viz:' whose terms of office and general jurisdiction -. ,W. J. ForbM. Knowlea H,er. Thou. W. Brent. --. X,
';/'f." Our motto is temperance, 'our -- shall bt the. same as la herein pro
, SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing vided for the Circuit Judge herein already ,
a-r'/? c banner we'll wave an Amendment to Article provided for, and mar clothe any .,,
'XIX of the Constitution of the State: Railroad Commission with Judicial -
' : : For we are determined our coun powers Class Saw Mill Machinery ,
. .> of Florida, relating to the manufacture ln all matter connected with the liigh- \
':,.';!": try to save. and sale or otherdisposal, of" In* functions of their office. .
toxlcating liquors or beverages. 2
;;l We surely will conquer we'll Be It Resolved by the Legislature of the The votes cast lo compliance with saidnrmmfuut We carry at our warehouse, 1
State of Florida amendments and the nanVAfla. Ocean St. Block of Portable
W.W.rWOW alarge:
) t.{:. .. ever be true ', '> : i Ti' irt'l XIX of the Constitution declaration* i d-i;; thereof: chat l Locomotive ,4
h j.--:4! :We'll banish( this evil,,' we'll car of the State of Florida! beand the lame be subjected to the same regulations and and Stationary Engine;
' Is hereby amended so as to read as fol restriction as are provided by law for and'Horizontal Return 'Flue
1.: it thru. lows: general elections the State: of Florida
', ry Boilers Saw-Mills Planers, Edgi
'...,. Article XIX !Section:: 1. The manufac IN TESTIMONY WBUUCOF. I have here- ;
to, ,;1.,: Chorus ' liquors and beverages, Great Seal of the State of FlorlSEALJda. :
Intoxicating piles also and aaw.ullll.uP1
-J.(' ,. We are fighting for honor, God whether xplrltous' vinous or malt, arc [ ] at Tallahassee, the Capital, {. engine wlli
to win. hereby forever prohibited In the (State: of this twentrflftn. day of July A. .pile-.- Prospective purchasers
"I help us Florida, except alcohol for medical, sol- D. 1910. find It to their interest to get ouir

''J ",,-::," With His help we will conquer entitle for sacramental or mechanical purposes purposes; the and sale win of II. CLAY CRAWFORD.,Secretary of State. prices before buying. A postal will bring-our salesman. Write for illustratedcataiotr -

", this horrible sin. which alcohol and wine for the purposes ., Mall JVIocHIrier'y Co: *"
aforesaid shall be regulated by law.
l Then let ,us be faithful be Sec. 2. The Legislature snail enact touch off Bl.ctlon. 22 Ocean St. 'vJacUatonvIlle.' Florida.

, earnest and true suitable laws for the enforcement of the I Long Dl_t.nc0 Tlf>lhon. Wo. &'74. 1 \
provisions of this Article. To the Sheriff Washington County of
:: We'll banish this evil, we'll carry Sec. 3. This Article shall go Into effect the State bf Florida.Be 1
of A. i>. 1911.
the 1st day July
it thru. on -- It known That 1, II. CLAY CRAW- W, HAMILTON, ,M. L. DEKLE, F. M.GOLSpN.: 'r
I A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing J'ORD'Jecretar7'\ !:: of State of the State: ofFlorida President. Vice.'frellident L'llsbler.
ChorusLillian Amendments to Article V of the Constitution do hereby give notice that a .

, C. Keecb, Daytona, Fla. to the of the Judiciary State: of Department Florida, Relative be GENERAL.held In Washington ELECTIONWill County Firs National JBank.MLARIRNNA t tI

lie It Resolved'! by the Legislature of the State of Florida, on Tuesday next succeeding ', .
state! of Florida: the first Monday In November,
- Notice of Application for Tax Deed. That following amendments to Article A. D. 1910 the said Tuesday being the FLA. "
V of the Constitution of the State of '
. '
Notice Is hereby given that J. W. Howell Florida, relative to the Judiciary Department / .
holder of Tax Certificate No. 61. dated to be numbered Sections: 39, 40 and For Representative from the ThirdCongressional .,' ,, )I
the 1st; day of June A.'D. 1908, baa filed 41 of said Article V, be and the same are District of Florida In the Capita $50.000.00Solicits : '
said certificate In my office, and has hereby agreed to and shall be submittedto Sixty: 'second Congress of the United ,_ .
made application for tax deed to Issue In .I the electors of the State: at the general State: Account:: of' Banks Corporation Finns and Individuals.Our .
accordance with law. Said: certificate election to be held on the first Tuesday I For Two Justice "ot the Supreme Court
embraces the following described proper after the first Monday In November, A. I of the State: of Florida twenty years experience in the banking business enables us .to 'offer
ty situated lo Washington county Florl D. 1910, for ratification or rcjoctlon, to- For Member of the Hoqie of Representatives you the best banking facilities of any bank In Weat Florida. We also have a
da, towlt: swjrf of tJee.131: Tp. 4 North, wit: of the State: of Florida, fully equipped Savings Department in which we pay interest on deposits.' Ac-
Range 15 west. being assessed fee. 39. From and after the adoption, For Two Rallroa14 Commissioners of the xmnts.by mail handled as easily aa by personal interview. ,
of such
at the date of the Issuance of these amendments the Criminal WnrtRecord -
certificate In the name of Alex.: Young. In and for Escambla County shall Stataof: Florida. Send ua your buslneaa. t
Unless said certificate shall redeemed be known as the Court of Record In and For County Judge JP. M. GOLSON, Cashier.
according to law tax deed will Issue for said County, and. In addition to their For County Assessor of Taxes. S
thereon on the 19th day of September: A. present jurisdiction, the said Court and For Tax Collector.ForCount7 -. i
D. 1910. the Judge thereof, shall e. In Escam-
Witness my official signature and seal bla county concurrent with the Circuit Treasurer f
this. the 13th day of August A. D. 1910.- Court of said county and the udge there For Five County. Commissioners.. "
W. C. LUCKEY of the same original jurisdiction of all For Three Member of the County FENOLE SAY! i
Clk. Ct. .Washington County, Fla. other cases and matters and the same Board of Public Instruction ,

tbe Circuit Court of aid Issue County all and the For Justice of the Peace In and for the i

Pine! and Cypress Shingles Judge and the thereof. power, to excepting summon and capital empanel cases aIIrand following No. Justice Districts, viz:. The Only Stainless We. will send' the Banner free for

Par Hol jury. 2 9 15 22112Be '
a The same rules of proceedure and prac-- 16 the term of this school to
We are in -position to furnish I tice and rights of trial by Judge ad tern 4 13 17 23 Disinfectant
and referees which obtain In said Circuit A 14 19 24
.. promptly, 4x18 Pine Shingles, Court shall obtain In said Court ot Beo- For Constable In and lor'the, following Germicide To Every White Teacher
ord. The Governor may In hUdiscretion: Justice DI7trlct vila
No. 1 and No. 2 and 4x16 and of theState "#
order any one of the Circuit Judge* Noi Washington 'County|
5x16 Cypress-No. and No. '2, to hold one or more terms or parts l a u 21 Insect DestroyerNo
of terms of said Court 14 83'
. Car lots or less than car lots. Sec.: 40. The Supreme: Court of theN i 9 16 23 Who will send us the news' of,
.ate shall have appellate jurisdiction into Sf 10 ; 18 29
Ayoook Lumber Co.,. of which their community'each'week' ,
testimony whereof
Appeals I have hereunto
said of Record. anawrits In v InsectsNo
Court ,
Pin.i hand and affixed the \ 0'i j
h AycocU, of error shall be prosecuted from set my two weeks at least. 4
Court of Record to the Supreme Great Seal ot the State of FlorBAL every
Court In accordance with the laws a pdrules [* : ] Ida, at Tallahas.eel the Capitalthis Germs
such proceeding from the atb day ofBRADFORD. Correspondents may write on

Special Notice! Circuit Sec,governing 41 Court. All to the the provisions Supreme of Court the ,Con! A U., CLAD.. A of State.. No Disease any subject of general interest." 1-

stitution and all laws enacted In consonance Secretary : ,
therewith pertaining to the said To C,. U, ALLEN Our is they'refrain
.l' only request that -
Criminal Court of Record and the officer Kherlfl Washington County. Where Fenole is Used. ..." "" .
To Ice Customers of the appointment -
thereof Including the manner from
using the name b/any
terms ofoffice .
V or election and the .
"' of said officers I <-<-.
> and
,I am not selling ice on credit; shall apply with like effect to the. saidCourt A. G. McQuagg; '", Quarts 75c. ". person in 'a way calculated- to give
the officers thereof.except 6 I"' ii
and .
of Record ''I'. .
\ all ice bills are due once every by these amendments. offense.'' .. .': ,n ..,./11
as provided .
Criminal Public Gallons $2.50.':' \
week. The present officers of said Notary ,

;'Hereafter all parties failing to said Court Court. of Record of Record shall and be the discharge officer the of State at Large. S Gallons., $12.00.v I I : ;'::;Let!";us Hear ''':*?

pay promptly their ice will be duties and receive the emoluments of ...,' '. _. I ; .
their respective offices until the expiration I 10 Gallons $22.50. "
is made. ,
stopped until'settlement ,
of their present terms of office. The Wanted.-One or two ladies toI ,I \ From You. v-
of Rec- : '
Please be accordingly. of said Court
governed salary of the Judge
and ttv hundred E. filcher fidw..; Co. ,
ord shall be two thousand board. Call on Mr a. J. The Chipley ,

A. Ee.NOWLI1M the County dollars of a year Eocamhla., payable and quarterly may be :Increased by- opposite Jim ( Bowen residence ; We" :want the News

". ,,' .. '''\.."',The Ice'Man.". From and by the after Legislature.the expiration ot -.the J J \ f > .I Chipley, Fla. ...... ,. .. ', .... .... .tIII


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awle .l.ir..r..b -- ...-= -
; MA HINERWCO1h : ':" ., :.
'It.oNatt-ire'S\W r'ni l '+
Wanted"!'A Bartender. ; .. '
'. ':' 0
; ; y : :
L L. DOUGLAS3.OO ., (Iiic.i" 43 E. ay'8.r.ot..o' .
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The other day picked up a JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 'P',:
S3.50 *4-OO ... .. ,..... > "
tbe t Ftoconnlaco :
giaricjine over 4hilpley People ryi -
newspaper 'ajid .,.1',
5.OOSHOES '. '* and Heed |tills Everything for the saw mitt
& advertisements< : "
{ ney come II i
follows Vr-aIU,
4,1 '
WID the World Wanted--A bartender. Mis} c>,i' nature always. warns you the i'I"] -.+.,

UNIONMADE be a total abstainer. Apply c. ice the kidney secretions. cry '

"IB that a curious adWrMe- I; If the color is unhealthy- ,: -:
not ,
sediment a'aftylng to our customers i ,
Boys' 'J, and "
or. Ifbere is nettling ,
would thinl4 -
metal? we mB
Shoos ; }Pgs.ages: frequent, scanty, painful Ifarye Stock-Easy ;

$2.00 I such an advertisement in ant .', it:. time then to use Doan''Xh2ney'ui. ; Send for Catalog'and Prices. :. ':..-

and er line otbusiness? How wool ., : ," T'

92.SO an advertisement like this boll? -fTo; ward off Bright'
fan Color fysfet UH4" Wanted-A-,baTberrwho has never ..DOal1'. have done great work, in the. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. I Florida State College For Worae laffLtU ': .M

W. L. Douglas shoes are th. lows.' had his hair- cuti- Apply\;::2the. '. I '." ?:. !
'price, quality considered,in the world corner. locality., GAINESVILLEA TALLAHASSEE. J, .. ,;"",..
Their excellent style, easy fittingemIons barbershop on the .\HiRi\ ; Buchanan, of DeFunl ale. Springs 'Superior But Inexpensive Institution for I tiolleffe of ArU and Sciences. Normal. ScbouV-* ,- .j

; wearing onaUtie.>....l those-o< Or this? ,' Fla .. says: "I. Buffered: from disordered Florida Young Men. School, Schoal of Murk ol Home School Kconomlcs.Art. School ol Esprea.IItf.... ?' ..f"("' 1,
other irnfifrtti If you have been payfasi Wanted-A salesman in a sho t kidney for some time-. -Ther > 1r-ou."eoIl..t/eR./ Birrlcultural itperlment HtatlnatUnivenilty lion First class equipment throughout TlIltkJd' ..
high prices for your ehoes,the next tint i extensiinu 41) profeaanrn and iMHlHtanta. free. expenses verjr. jow. For iuoroiati( :, i
loll.....a pIIIr give W.L Douglas.... store. .IIe-must' go barefootelwbileof were severe pains lnv my back amftfdea 80 Attractive per cent buildings Incraaau in and attendance campun. last For addreaa., r .:'t--, ::, ." ,
a. trial. You can eave money on your Apply at Blank ; ,, I was very nervous and wa catalogue year. addrens. A. A. MURPHREE PrtiWenl. EDWARD CONRADL Pre desb...;:, :: ;) i
footwear... get shoe that are Just su duty. Subject to headache 1 became tire) ; ",, '

good in every way M those that hen shoe store. easily and the kidney secretions,. wer ,-,----------- -
been costing you higher prices. What'other business finds i it ifre'g-ularln paasag-e. I ftnallyr proCured SHOP::1 r/
lar.lactodee CITY
If you could visit our, We promptly obtain ViII; and Forelin6onl1111Odel
at Brockton,Maasw.... see for yoursel ntcessaryordesirable'to: adveitise. a box of Doan'a Kidney ...PillandQbegan .ice
how carefully W. L. Douglas shoes anmade their use. I received 'grea
for help, to make. : no use :
,you would then understand why and continued taking i' .
relief from the first I No Awaiting \
they hold their shape, fit better"w. and I the goods sold. Can it be tJiat, ,, ; '
makes. i ;this remedy until I was free fron 3' :: ;
... longer than other that it ha py
'the traffic
and vrlee" libunpMl liquor ,3 BarbersEverythip .
Oa.UT1oN-W. I. DongUs name kidney trouble. I .am glad to gvDoan's r. ,
on UM bottom to protect the wren ( = ,ekeWnorInotooflnvent1onfer ::
tOinDTloM and; Inferior hoM._. 'Take N..a1Cebu.est. wrought so great demoralizatiOn : Kidney Pill the credit 10r'ioy; free report on p a patentability free book ; y
.. ,
Ito L t> Sri .
Mnur,.r Ttte_for ngluo << notS.rW.L.>>oq...., among its followers: ,' that: .it .is forced oorq.. How Patent to Secure an<1 TRADEMARKSFor write fo Up-to- Jow. "

y0Q gAL11!- to draw, upon :Teraperanc fFotlhe-bye411 ede 1ItPdce"150c'ent ::
Campbell & Dekle ''Co.. Shave w..P. ,, l5c" h'-1,
of Total Abstinence "fanatics'in '" oi\E\ lltf'.WI w.+.Oq $ud1o Haircutting, ). "..*..'.,'.'. ZSc .'q";;, i

order continue its.business NewYtk.: ) \r.age.pt.AoJ.J1e: : .....Vl ted Shampoo, .". ..r...-.*'." ZSc.-,?-::- ": ;{ ... -
Is Your Property For Sale. >: ; State Massage, ....... 2Sc. 1", .
=.Gaiifomia: Voice. ", Remember the.. Dam -*.Doa *-an< pposlte U. S. Patent Office J Hair,S nge.";....,.....I..<..'2Sc. '" r I.,,r-

The Chipley Board of Trad .. WASHINGTON D. C. -
.. ,- ,. take no other. / :
receiving many inqukies'fo We Solicit Your Patronage : ;:;AVery
You complexion as well as your, tern '
homes farms, stock lands, et. per. ll oder .tDl8e.able by a dlaorpere Respectfully; i':,

If you have such property 'fo r liver. *Ify"tahf6RCbfmberlatn'a&omadl: band WhT He Gave.Nettling. s Ig W. D.. Peters..Propr. ; <:
in Liver:Tablet* you can Improve I've 'encountered many" an .escort
sale or rent, in the county, or Sold by City Drug more and S. K.!: Me tor 'sidestepping' the.e '
eonBdential letter bel'bre..po
to write for our ,
or near Chipley:and will ,give usa Oeach-y. In church" remarked a, Jersey commuter lyitllr for :it may be worth money J. J
tome We promptly obtain U. 8.and ForeignPATENTS D J ONES. Ay
full description of it, we will ; "but the prtee exeywe' .
last 8unday.out In our town. Nextto
undertake to help you find buyer Items of Interest.Rudiam..tbu' me In church*..at'asv: -acquaintance Rttorney-At-Law,

Please.state size, location and who had taken out a dollar bill, 'but and TIRE'TRADE attorney la1. feu.ARKS, fiend or model return, Ketch IN-!: JHfPLEYt FLA. ",

distance from town;' amount in: most wonderful ,',,ben 'be iiawthe ccllector war nb.Utute.for or photo and we send an IMMEDIATEPR We ') "
FREE on patentability. ctvethe
is at three tha-regukar ,bgther -he"put Deal legal Berrloe and advice, and our .
of metals quoted :
numbe now
cultivation and' timber; ? D. CA CARMIUHAEL.
the money back-In hist pocketr-1-tax d charges are moderate., Tryua A

and condition of buildings; wate million, dollars an .ounce.. him with it good naturedly on, -the SWIFT & CO., Attorney at Low ,

fruit stock etc. naming Connecticut pastor has' installed out, and he. was very frank., .
supply, .tt.' ,Mid,ha. Patent Lawyers 1.....Collections a Specialty, ..

the lowest price and f terms .and 'a moving picture machine 'but.You.needo't..pabUa.b I ''know that mID tpNttrl.nO, Opp. U.S.Patent Offlce, ashington, D.C. Chipley, .'(1. .,.

mail or'send in to as an adjunct to bis church work. Mow,: I happen to.ow"hlDr: i6.' and ---------

THE BOARD OF TRADE, Speaker Joe Cannon wants Icgo be' dunning, .uupecellllUilJl; Xor it., ..
: .well that L know if 1 ( 111 -
:1 know Urn>.o Do
Chipley, Fla. to Congress again, and ..willseek Botanic "V.
put that 'dollar bill taY'tt> -'boakef he'd "

an endorsement. Hope lind'a'way to abatrac 'lt. md pocket: It ,. '

hJBLICTRICtANlad MICHAHrCk he'll get it-in the neck. 'aa part'of what/1/ ow.klm. And he'd Blood BalmB. You .

U ft mftaftjtnv everybody.. really feel he,waa'uatluad too. Thafs :
Lwn tbout.ta<*ilcltr.* ,Duringthe past year about :
l lL the way he's built, don't :you :lea' Take -
L cotnlnf.ct nc*. ndhowcoT ( 6. B.) Cures Through the Blood :
m ..e tool.. Simple,prae- 450 acres ot national forest were New York Globe. ,

AND B tlcftl.AillofplctiirM.rpy. If you lumwfcbl Sun- planted with young- trees, and Poison :t -

*pep,,. |l.a.rise Rebuking Qreeohero.JL .
with tree TILE BJ1l 'NElt ?
Sampson Pub. Co. 1,250 acres we renown dlnnet
whist expert discussed: at a PAINS CAN-
r.Be.os St.BoMoa.Mats. ,
seeds., those' .orercon fldent rlBlOOd .

Ph. h7 The Salvation Army, in' ,Lon- who think they" ,caa.Mare. whist SHIN, ,' 'It not
latr7 : ,
e..rybody. RlCdy ,In a.year or"'twO.
PHOTOGRAPH B utlful picture.., don baa a "suicide bureau"which "Such persona' should be-called to .

ly prlMCoaMU.picture Is credited with haying order. the expert'said sternly "r for Rheumatism, Eczema.
ctttldia. quMtlooi anwmd. not?
Sample flwoU saved 1,200 people from self-de- one am'always glad to'see;,them called Itching Humors. Why v"I'
awiitloa this
you paper stood
to order .A young greenhorn
Amsrloss Photography struction during B. B. (Botanic Blond Balm) U the only Blood
the past year.; B. .
We will send THK BANNER
BMCOH St., Bottoa..Mu.A behind my' partner during a game one remedy: that kills the poiwm In the blood and then : post palu
..Over: 315.000,000'annually is night; A.f "the-ewJ-of the-twnd the purlnca It-- endinu a flood of pure, rick blood direst .i to any address, ,for$i pet year; toe for,six
to the akin surface. Bones Joints, and wherever -.
now poured into, the coffers of 'greenhorn saidt. the dlaeaae ia ideated. In thin way.all Sore months; WHS for three months
'Why didu't yon lead hearts T Ulcers, Pimples, Eruptions are healed and cared.
'who and advertise pain. and aches of Rheumatism curies: awellinmubcide. .
those exploit
Word{ With You 'That's what I'd have dead'"My .. B.Ji. B. completely chances the blood Or '
consumption cures, according ,partner smiled-ald, -answered: Into dean. healthy condition/ giving the skin the ,.
. rich red hue of perfect health. B.Ji, B.cures theworst (
- to the national associationfor "Ah, 'bu* yon my' young friend, old caaea. Try it. -
MR. MERCHANT.You have the world before you and none BOTANIC BLOOD BALM (B. B.B.)-to pleasant and CEe: will send Tu. BANXBB aDd th
the prevention of the great but yourself to consider, Xeu have no ate to take:composed ol pure Botanic InirredienUtpurlBeb New Yrok Tbrloe-.Week.\Vorld, one. year, -
and enriches the blood. B.B.B. trenothenathe I ',< '" ,
cannot look about you white plague. ,.' wife and family:"dependenton you for nerves and builds up the broken down, lor 11.65 .... _
system DKUOOISTB. $1 PBK LAHOH BOTTDK .0. \ :- "'" "; '
on the streets without seeIng The'newpostal'sayings': batik bread.. and.lf you lose heavily BOone with directions for home cure. *. ea : .
inffers, bet yourself. With'me' it.. .. SAMPLe SBNT Fast by, writing/ to BLOOD Or '- \ ; I
people who have is in'the of the "* BALM Co. Mr.. e'ra. tiA. When writing/ for ; w ,
law cow bands ,.d" .
money: : llfferent. ;,hence I .Jed,, samples give name ot you trouble if you know. ; ,
in their pockets which oughtto :1 postmaster general the secretary --" We will send,Tes BAMCCB: BDd'the :. .

be in your cash drawer, of.the treasury and the attorney Shakespeare's Heue, oooootlvaacilaovootsoooWhen AUaota Weekly Journal, one year, for$1.70 '
l The house In ,whloh.th master.bat
or to your credit in the bank general, who are fixing up vas born Is located.la Henley street. ]! : : you want. S '

You cannot look about you rules and regulations to suit Strattord- n-ATOO, ,England. Wash- JOB PRINTING \I Or- : -
in your store or shop with- themselves. It may be a year ngton Irrlng said of this famous Gallon us, .
ibode'of'genius:- "It Is:'a .small, mean II want all three
I S you papers Taa
out seeing goods? that these before postal savings bank
any of wood'Odpl.ater.. a BooccceccxDoocccccocococecMAdvertise
ooklng edifice BAHNBB, The New York World The Atlanta
same people should own- i8'st b ished. true nestling! place' of ''genius,' which _....... .m_...........................).................... ........m .... .Jour..I-we will make the, extremey

should now be using. .. ems to delight In hatching, its off. OOMNOOOO ':)OOO low price of.only $2,85 for the three pa

prang la by-comers., The wmlU of Its .. ia | pers. .
Not a minute should be lost, when a .iqualld "chambers are covered with ,
These facts hold 'good-:_. child shows symptoms of croup. Cham- tames and Inscriptions 4n every, lan THE BANNER Today is the acceptable: lime to subsorlbf

even if you have been doinga Mrlaln's Cough Remedy given as soon anbe sage by pilgrims of aU nations ranks' I For best results.! 8 '

business '' child becomes, hoarse, or' .even after and conditionsfrom the-prince,to the' Loccocoec i TIIBBANIB.
good ; lately the eroapy eouRb'appeara: will prevent peasant, and prevent a simple bu co _
Tb y'are: the sort of facts the attack. Sold by city Drug Store! and itrlklng instance of'' the spontaneous

which make store-keeping i. E. McUeachy. ind universal homage: mankind to J

in the ha great poet of nature."
the.most interesting
Several, years '''ago the' house was
world-the most tantalizingone
A gentleman recently went urchased by subscription with'flew a

too.. : to the careful preservation of It
From Wauchula to Sanford to
_--.t&. I aDd,of. 'contents l for toeInspectionf .. That the best '
Do you realize that you l look at land. He found' they > future. generations; bodybuildingand

can reach these people' every were asking $225 an acre for strengtheningtonic forDelicate '

'week land four and a. half miles from '

- adv. the railroad. Ridiculous? Maybe WfE.ifP0TILE. Children "
If yoiTp'ace an : :
so, but it will not be! many
in The Banner.It's p: ijd .. .
years before it will be, impossible : LETTER is- ::
worth trying. 'fertile land' fn Floridafor t tr.
to buy .HEAbs" 'R ;" BEADS "

: that price. .If land in the NOTE .NVEIOPE9 Yrn-ai-/ .i .
north that will not average. pro-
iucing.'more; tban, $25 per. acre .

is worth $200 per acre, what i N 'e '' 'OAR S "My 9 year old daughter was *My two children,who ware pony ;I. ,
week pale and had no .titev I and ailing rapidly gained flesh '
re'of app nd
tmv would be a fair price for an a ADUULETS.BILL" : .
iiECuLARJ. ..
f ? 'r( r.' her Vinol"> and she began to strength when I began to'p.Ih_' '
Florida land that'will 'produce 1. COMMISSARY thrive at once. She trained,rapidly, VlaoL'I proved that Vine a.plen-_ .j f,
in weight, color and ..trenl'thdid tonic for delicate children.-., .'" {i 1
from $100 to $1,000 acre ,
per per UBECX' M 4 HEOfEC1IPTS.i Mrs.W.H.CILMORE.Durand.Mich. Mr.C. '
:p Bedford.Ms... t
rerrr's are the beet Beads known anauCreU&bleM8d. annum.-Wauchula Ad: yocate. :IiI4tRtFTl3 Viol builds up healthy flesh'and makes thin little limbs round .:;(,' -

.crown.Krvry ;,y. ... and plump. Children l love to take itVe ;, '
package baa behind tt the reputation i WEDDING VaSITINOP.,7 ,
of sk house whose business standards are the I ... $ ?. tf A.Dt \ return people's :;;: '
happinessPon without
all money
blghsst la the trade. You.can have, the question If Vtnol : ,,
.-r r.rr 1'". .... A....!will ie sialled. rasa remember', 'and-. all'Lgou I '0: CARDS does' not accomplish all we claim lor It. Try it, pleasj .' ,1
can -,
to all appllwnle. It onuUne eolored nletee tossv10 'S' 'E. McGeacla '
y.Rr. Co. ',
mad HdMoilpUoa.nrloet "S anticipate 1at Druggists, Chlplcy'w. / .
can: help" your-
M u Mi.gr"... ., ra
<11' M. Rally '* G tx. Detroit tlllobt& iclt to.it.: :<<< 'I. r I l, .:"'..,..''f/fI 11- ;!...".;'. .".




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"Follow theM Leader: and when, but our great Elder : ... .. ., .. .. ., -,,.1I

A nervous commuter on his Brotber stands amid all that is I 't:c x'I '.. ,

dark, lonely Way home; from the mysterious and! baffling to quiet -
railroad station, heard footstep!! our doubts and deepen our certainties '

behind hi OK lIe had 'an uncom and what he expects of l jOB
fortable feeling that he was be us is sincerity, the following to ,

hag followed. He increased his the end,! of the best motive within. 9 .. 1-ri r

speed. The footsteps quicken- US. -; -. I. ''OJ:) ,

ed accordingly. The commute Still.With I .Us. 11 ,..... PRINTING .

darted down a lane. The footsteps .OBI -t! .r Ir fl .
8ti pursued him. In des- The old protectionist whc
,1 1--1 .... .
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peratton be valted over a fence I thinks that if the tariff is only .. .
and rushing into a churchyard, I high enough it will make woo; ''1 I ..," .. .* ""s, ,&'.. ... .
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grow on the back of a. 14. '
threw himself panting. one of a hydraulic .rj// .!{" '"ii".

the graves. ram.The "J rHCO ",. '". '..Creates% ''a' 'flood" ... .jtnpres-* .T -,J rljf'. ,f"';r.}'...., .

If, he follows me here hi would-be-goods who wit 1'. sion latiiong; 'your;correspondents -r;+J':' '. ;

fearfully there can be not take part in the primariesand O .;
thought, <' I ati'd''Ih clips: ;; "

no doubt aa 'to his intentions. then complain that "politicsare I .; r ,I' ,
The man behind was following, ; rotten." "O business'presti .
.to.oive '
<:L) ,,; ,.' your I
lie could hear him scrambling The grafter who thinks that .. ,'" ,
over the fence. Visions of highwaymen dividing the swag through charitable Q) e.

,,maniacs, garroters ana channels will condone the I= .

the like flashed, through his crime. '., 'I
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Quivering with fear the she 0'
brain. multi-millionaires who ,

nervous one arose and faced hi: love to prate about the blessingsof '''C" I'P We Do Neat PrintingAt

pursuer. poverty. -1
What do you want?he demanded. The philanthropists who can ,
= ''Reasonable.'Iriees.: .
Wh-why are you following hear the cry of distress of those '. ,.
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me? ten thousand miles away, but ; "

Say ask the stranger, mopping cannot hear the bitter wail of ,. -, ,

his brow do you always go homelike starving women and children in .: .ii'"ST ,;' ': ...- _

this? I'm going up to Mr, the same city with them. f fIII4 '. Give next, order: .'
us your' .
Brown's and the,.man at the station The blind partisans who believes I. "' 1 ,;" < "

told me'to follow you, as you that a man who owes his < .and wewill give you per-- .... ,
lived'next door. Excuse my'ask- government position the influence .

hug you, but is there much more ot the trusts can be trusted .4-4 feet satisfaction; ;thus .

.to do before we'get there? to safeguard the interests of the .
making one of our
I people. ,; you .I
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THE LASH OF FIEND IT SAVED HIS LEO. regular' customers.. < : > ':' ,
would have been about'ar welcome to A. '''All thought I'd lose my leg," writes 'rdrr.. .,. .::: :' ;..'" .,'

Cooper, of OsweRO N. Y.as a merciless J. A. :Swensen, of Watertown, WIs. Ten ,r. ,. f ',i .
cough that defied all reme L ;tilt:,
years of eczema, that 1.1 doctors could 7.0 '. .. "
J j.
troublesome'at .
dies for It was most ,
years. :t.
not cure, had at last laid me up. ThenBucklen's ...... .
he writes, "nothing helped me : ': i' : :
night, Arnica Salve cured It, Hound .1 <:. .. ., ,.; ; ;: .
t.1Il1 used, Dr. 'KID 'aJ New Discover and well." Infallible for Skin Eruptions, t' "T ..-::' :.:.,.,.
I ,
wblch cured me completely. never '
Eczema, Salt Rheum Bolls, Fever! Sores, .
cough at night:" Millions know Its ,
Burns, Scalds Cuts and Piles. :26c aS. ; .: ; ',' :
i[matchless merit for stubborn colds, obstinate IC.. McUeachy. .-= : I "
coughs,lore lungs! lagrlppe,aatk- '
ma, hemorrhage croup, whooping cough, Baffled. I CHIPIEY, BANNER:
or hayfever. It relieves 'qulckly and Two brothers) were one at Croat :.6 :
never falls to satisfy. A trial convinces;;; Ton Moltke'a house at an awning I
SOc. $1. Trial bottle free. Its positively party. Both were captains ot tbe gen Q.H -. :
"uaranteed by S. E. McQeacby.. eral staff.' The general came up to agroup I I C'hi'pley F1a.k.
.... ,
-- of gentlemenone of whom was .

The Spirit of Brotherhood Prevades one of the brothers. After Joining lathe '. d"J'
conversation be said to the latter Ij III' J.c t
Life. "Just tell me who la that tall officer ., i : .. .. .
< i'iif: > ..
sear the fireplace on the other aide. J u
The spirit ,ot brotherhood is forget his name."

like vades sunlight every'corner and air.'of life It, pre-not .'That'.".was. my tbe answer.A brother. your excel'lency. ,P f ';..........*....*. ..'*.... .... .....

smile stealing over the general'.
overlooking the small for the face suggested the Idea that be had Y4 tZ DO YOU ;KNOW 'I

great things. or neglecting' thegreat' not obtained the Information he wish 'E-- ; ,
; e4. Some time after the general went
in for the
a. That now lathe time to'bulld that home or business house ..
another of people and then
to ,
small, but establishing an atmos- you have been considering The present business depression
Joined the officer whose name be 1 hud and labor''
has reduced the pice'ot lumber UClhlk"materlalaJ;
phere of mutual helpfulness Inquired. Suddenly the others saw him U cheap and plentiful. kind you can b.lldDOw, for 25 to 50 per ,:
throughout the whole.1 of: '.mankind turning away, with the same smile OB .. \ .cent.less than in

Nothing is cheaper than his Afterward face. when they Inquired from IQJ .JUNE,1907 OR 'JUNE 1908. .1
ff ,
the greatness. to which'men. elect the young officer what the general had 1'M/ i .
,1"p '
themselves. True greatness asked him. be replied: When you think of lumber oribulldlnjr material think of us .
"He asked me who that officer was and the fact that we have completed a modern up-to-date millwork -
lies striving humbly tQ be over there." .C mill, and can fnrrilsh'everything made of wpod used in .
self, and in endeavoring to "And what dU.:you sayr"I +-- :.s a building;.from sills to comb,"and. that we can .

bring out the best in one's fel- said that he was my brother? ". DO IT QCICI1.Sash :.
the \ '
The 'general gave up Inquiring :
lows. It is impossible to serve
same of the two brothers for that U ,i. ''Moulding ''FramingBank "
any one whomour truest sympathy evening.. ', Doors Casings FlooringDrug .

'does'not' embrace and understand O tutu Life.Live 1,(1..) ,.: Blinds Frames Finish Baae Ceiling Biding<< : Fixtures.Store .

and sympathy and'un- upstairs If you wish to be M ,
derstanding'will come only whena good health! "Up how many fighter S Estimates cheerfully furnished.' Freight' .. 'paid, to your station .
Only one flight of seven steps. 1"wfll : ( If desired. ,
man reaches put to try at all .

cost to put one's brother on ,his describe First Step.-Eat them. wheat oats, corn .or : ':: MARIANNA MANUFACTURING CO., :

'feet, seizing'' every opportunityto .fruits, beef mutton plainly cooked. In .
and but two meals s. MARIANN P'LA
moderate quantity Hd ,
give him' the stimulus or the t '
a day. ; t !
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assistance tie needs.' : Second Step.-Breathe good air day : LONG DIBSTA.NCB PHONB: Np:

We can"'live this life but 'once. and Third night Step.-Exercise freely In the U" ..........................

as the saying goes, and the most open air.1I'0llrtb. d -

primary common sense promptsus Btep.-Retire early and rise tI1)) Q) The New York World DR. R. E. TILLER
to live it for all it is worth. Ifwe early- '
Fifth Step.-Wear flannel next your .00 TbrlcC'i'Week Eedltlos.to DENTAL SURGEON,
live it selfishly we loose the
akin every day of the year and sodlspose
best there.is in i ft; if we live ,trueto your dress that your limbs ,maybe The Thrlce-a-week:World hopes .to be Chipley. .-, .. Florida

the ig instincts within us kept warm.. Bathe frequently. o. In 1008 a better paper than It has ever Bank. '
In the sunshine. Office cyst First Nat'l
Striving shoulder to shoulder Sixth Step.-Un been before and It bal made I Its arrange
bedroom be' one which ,receives O
Let your ments accordingly. Its news service covers
with our brothers new treasures of light and spend youi =
a flood
the entire globe; and It reports.everything COOK: McRAE
will.be( ours each succeeding.day. day either out In the sunlight or In a fully,,promptly and accurately' It ,

-.As.fet we are*far remote from room which Is well Cultivate lighted. a cbeerfwi 1< : Is the only paper, not a'daily, which Is M '...AUoroq at La'W' _' .'
Seventh Step. IiI
and which wilt keep
,-the realization'of the, spirit. of temper.: Seek tbe society of Jolly peo- .rA as good completely as dally Informed, of what Is happening you- R'8mc. eta ra ............a:.

brotherhood as the greatest, motive pl*. Absolutely refuse to worry and throughout the world.
be afraid to laugh I Caratul: .tt.ntloa fltmu all natter ..ntru.ttomVcar
above all. don't r The Thrloe-a week World Is fair In Ita '
life .
in .
; which shall give color cannot crawl np CoUKtkm mad
above.. sickness I '
Live tbe 'Q) political reports. You can get tbe'troth ,Age.ti.rrs.9.adblr tin and > -_ ,In.rax.co.pank. -'
to and direct all other motives prowls about In .
there. Disease J Re-
from Its columns, whether you are a. .. ..
1'ke tbe' river basement Barely does It get upstairs! to and .thata what .
sweep of a ,great I. publican orDemocrat, ,
Journal .. .
-Dr. F, O. Butler In Chicago. .
gathering: in as it flows all the you want.A

tiny tributaries drawing into ,....=t; FI;the T...... .to- World speolal baa always feature been of the Its TbrlcQ-a seilal ,fiction-weck, CURTIS. L. JONES.Notary .
,itself again all 'the little stream Old newspapers give fitting fbelicallings. publishes novels by'the beat authors 'In
stance of men'a namea the world noves whlcn In book form.lel1for '! Public State at Large.
lets shoemaker iCL)
that would slip aside into the Thus we hav Last a
,and Its J highstandard In
who tl.SO apiece I
Pools along the way; but the divinely of Exeter and trade Treadway.In llammar- j this respect will be maintained In the future ,All.business entrusted t'o

. .planted love of our neigh- piled the same schoolmaster as In the peat
Bristol .. '
a caret will have prompt
mltb. Ther was and ... The Tbrlce-a-week World's regular' my my
de-velopment Rod. Dodge
named Liverpool vy subscrlptlonprlca-UoDly 1.00 per 'ye.r. attedtioo. Fees reasonable;;
and we.can look forward Wynne, attorney at law of of Weir I,....... and this pays for lad paper. -We offer .. ..

' h-8urety-.that.. 'brotherhood most have townsmen been the while butts few could g -J this unequalled newspaper and'thePan, ,Caniie' found... at Post' Office' ,

. is yet to. be/be,'spirit actu- fellow' appropriate name .tha .. er together for ODe year for $1.65.; The :
more '
bave a
regular subscription price of the two pa' '
Sau Florida
ating every man: i in ,the world. the Primitive Methodist preactwBl. : ti ., pars II 12.00. J' .- _.. .Watill .., .'
Ctoroaicl : .
t tI' .
Jordan.-London .
We cannot'prophesy the whyr a* .. ,
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', Afternoon Meeting. ] Per ont.lI ,
f' Town Topics.Smile Tuesday t ; '

AJarge attendance of those in- ,
all your face canntand.( Treated in the Work and ann-: A.,.L. Harrelljwasffn and HINTS. TO ARMER.S. I S' ,,'YS

,Jtereli.ngprogram com biJ ed spent F-riday. J ,. .yY, 1 .;
busyaav it I
was a
Cbipley. I, made the W. C. T.; U. meejtiihi vt1J..;Wells was tOfn AI-I t '.. I I .. .

1 last Tuesday afternoon cne'o: ford ud spent $atulay.Drr Now is the.tiDle.tbat. you .real.gate .' ',.!.
I Ia
There is''atiingejtf/ 'I' "'" t
utjuain rutif' ':
I .. W." E. up. .. .' ; I'I'
Jnlthe Coleman! on-your season's work. -
l' tin
m08pbfle., I I Ai articf titledtl"Wby "- froni Ve non and spent Friday.w I IE j.' ; ,. '. -'..,

-If you want to do a good deed.., cle Joe refused to sell cider, Sesso&sf 4iigani i'' .' As you sell your cotton: grain,:, ( '. A.':, r ,':J" .
Mrs. V. E. Coleman whoop the Fair. read by .. .. .
i ... up was one of the visitors here Friday :' stock or other produce, place. l' :"
thoroughly enjoyed. .
Three things to wish for- I '. : .il I (d
The reports of the different f I your money on oPen account with : -
f ..
; .health, friends and conten.tment. J JMrs' ', n.IH.. II '1. ,1.It -
TT"i f t.f .-. ".. committees showed, that in Washington ? Jfle Peters spent I a few ,'a.reliable bank., \ .''", ', ,
; ';; How any man, .the posses county, at least the'yWCilTfU.is days here last week visiting rela-. I'"
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Pay check, :
aU your bills by
ot airship, .
sor an can.topposn fast ground.
; gaining
$ ,
tiye ",: I I ) .; : ,; \ ., ,j.; I,; ..
good roads is beyond our ken.! Arrangements are being made which makes the best kind of 8 .
.. Vernon : t. ..
: ;l.4M: "4. ; D.H McDonald7or| I ''; '''' t.
.. :"If you want to spend a pleas:,"I for a'moonlight picnic at Blue was lo,.toym andispeixti the day receipt; and avoid the worry and ",' I:.....' .. t "
Aant' go'-to Blu'! Pond,nex*'Tuesday night. /4\11, .
evening be sure fa [ Sat u'rdav. I ,. d Ja Mt'of

Pond: next Tuesday night to the I are,:cordially'J; .,invited to attend' ', iM r Ham olNoma ,.j I ... ,. :, danger attending. -carrying-,, I ,' '... ,i1Ouroffices ., ,
"''W. C. T. U. rally. -, Ry R.{ ?. Newton'andjtl large sumofmoDey.. ...
.. and Satur I "". ', "" :., ... )1 ,.
: sppnt Friday
f There is no telling what we THE MOONLIGHT PICNIC.' '> ., w Nr ... 'are ,always "at, the 'I "n t,.., ,..IJf"
cart day he .
The old B. C. with its flat e.WttR.
,, ;are coming to, so many are saying , s'al'of" ''' vu..; :..
has carried many a load of pleasure ainer..of'E gnfina, was q'disP our 'customers' and. ,
but you can'talway judge .' .. I I "'" "
the .future bq: 'the watt'j |* tV seekers down /the( line crowd but i in town Frlday ind'sp nt the day country" friends. 1 ,- \?

we doubt if ever a jollier on business.w. .. ..
:, The'. Dunn Bard a reCo., ; t tout thanthe one last! Monday night, u. ":.7 '
''bardw trade ... ..0. Wells ,wi.1'i was over .
your the moonlight excursion ; tc
and if reasonable prices will gel on Wausau, given un'der the auspi;' fronfA ford,and spent Saturday;. The: First National Bank ;-

it they will certainly sell you ces of the W. C. T. U. ',;i and Horn 1I

..your: hardware.. The train, with about 125'"on W--I': from I OF CHIPLEY. ,

vs 1 Nature is and,has.always! been. !\ boar left ,Chipley about> Po'clock Wausau Saturday shaking hands J .("

the friend of the South. It was reaching Wausau a little with"fr'iemis.Misses,. ....
, ""never more so th i'wh'en' jt fe before nine' ."' --There they were Blanche.Williams. and .I.'...1..-,..' ....................,.....'.....................,&....II.' ,.. .
duced: the acreage,and. added. !mcjst royally welcomed and '..entertained Joe Mizell spept SunTday at Ma- ': .

, the price of cotton. by the good people;of riannajwilh friends. fMita j jJataes'Yates .r ,

3 "' that placeThe; temperance. : -
appeased{ hunger waa:
C. E. Pleas the : plrom Ver
meetingat._ : the. church, was; ,ol
of the Banner editor:.by "" non and spent SaturdayshakingGeo I ,
the main feature of the
bringing him some cow peas for progi-d.m hands-yjth} friel ds I "
evening. The following
his dinner Saturday, and we tell was rendered: ',';;'' ?W. Wattleffyast week 'I''. '; "' '

;you'; they were sure fine. 1st. Selection by the band,:!.) for Bkikjety, &a"J w b"eire he has "Hardware. ,'" ; :

Slide a dollar across the:....counterof -. r ,. .
; 2nd. Prayer by Rev. Owens., accepted a positj.qg.fJIiY. q tfr '. ,,1'1 ,
; .. > .
a local merchant tandit! 3rd. Glory Song, by chSrus W from .. r

;may be in your pay envelop' next of girls. ,rti > p. Monday smd sup nt the : '. .' .... .. ..
Vernoji ,
it of. town "
Saturday. Send out 4th. Song, i'Vote, for Profiibim. {'ransacting'binessyRey .. .:
ti ... day : .' .'
f ',,
? _
-and it I Is or'ailtim4 5 i O f"
gone six
r 2 t : f \ .' .t on4' b 1Py"Sj'r! '. : J. C. 146s and family "u J :There are a great t many people. .who do, not fish... that... are. .-
Some people have a way of Mr. 1). J. Jones. orator of .the j ..
1 left Tuesday for jajhree weeksvisitattbeir tbe'bi2'gest, liars in the r ., '
... .'I lounging around and kicking at evening, then presented the tempjrance ( old home. II word.) .. ,..s
Georgia -
everything that is'gpodor ,their : question! in an unusual ,:. My annual i sales isriow.bn-don't go any where else to be _'
town until they would make**a forceful way. After which the Mrs. Crofton, of Hinson's /I-
cheated-but come in bere'and1et'me! >sell you? Hardware,; t ,
balking mule ashamed of him- audience was dismissed with a Cross ,Roads, was' visiting. rela '

self.. > :j. ," '''; :d ':' ''' 1h.9rt! I player byBrg.May8.;. ; V, tivesfaere if a day"Srtwo'ass*****last week ;-;Glassware, and Crockery' Ranges, Stoves;\'-Kitchenware,

The.Ep worth-,League-meets J.) OllingswoF!! of Iowa City Sash, Doors, arid Screen Doors and Windows, 'Sewing 'Ma
Some who Indulge, Tn "fieart
Sunday afternoon atj,5 o'clo! ltiat! to heart realitbut Ia.. Was here seyeraljlays last chines, Paints.OilsJapalack: 'Liquid Veneer, a d'Fi'8hiQg::
talk" : i in ?
;are relatives Wr ''' '
the Methodist chur cll. A splendid weefi; with his J. : V-
'' fisbio&1" .
rank oss ppera,' : Tackle that'sifit: for "
'program has,, been.Artan ed .rJ' n "": 4 J' it Iir 1 J. Pchell. '" '
Y'Mni. Bertan happened"tohe t ,. for'past: faVors and 'hoping1' at'continu-4'
;, and you''arec6'rdTaliyAtnv1ted to Levi otTd' ashington'p -Thanking. you .. ,
find Johnson r". r M >f> ; ; u ? ,- v. <." -j.-j; -..
;be present. good fortune Tuesday to paperous farmer was ance,,I am '>, ,., "" ,'I',
.1 'ij '
her 'diamond ring which had among visitors here I,. .,. '. .. ;-oj 'Jo .
K Money spent for e'ood.roads' is the I -i ". 4
.\as good an' investment for ,improving -l been lost for several weeks.ar >< find Saturday.L4hb. 4ft- ::; .:" :. ''our'" : ., .:

the farm as is money Campbell'& Dekle Go's remnant : Murfee nd1( D.. Mc. "' .. .
put into stock;sheds, grain)cribs, sale ia.novr on; if you want, Lean.iof Ponce delTeon attend tl. ,.. :' .

-r' fences or' anytbingelse 'thatmakes lo'pickup.some good bargains, ed t se Masonic ;on lion here : ,,,.',. .'R''et.; ::;:.' HORNE.. ...

the farm pay .' ;. jet yourself up tcr their Remnant Friday-" and Saturday.c.r .... ., ,.: ., ,'<. ... .I' : .' .

'''their Counter: ,|j, ,". ,.'" -
If everybody would'pay' Mt4. arre.t (flfunlak.; -
bills when due, this "old' world The W.. C.'T.. Ui: will hate' a ; !' I
and spent Fridayand
was ,, ... .
would,be a more: desirable 'plc b1 t ig:rallyfand picnic at Blue Pond .Saturday attending the Ma- ,t' l I R "
Hy '"
in which to-live. Don't ,make a next Tuesday flight to which,the soni Di lrict Convention.We r..
public'is cordially invited. ;You '. '
debt if you.know you can't, pay -
'it when.it,comes due. "',-. ire assured Of,a good time if'youbgo. : are please to. Jearn that '
\ ... MrsjjJJ. L. Cam j bcU, who has
The high 'schools' and acade- t J bee DeFutUak "for several ,
; '
mies their doors and Last Saturday' Was the bitty; (. : -
are opening weeKi, lit isno_ txihprovLtig.Genr'R /
within these' Yo.U1e' l'iY ary ,0.1. Messrs. C'E.;
;halls ,jtbe people : ii
of today may find the keysthat Pleas, A. D. Campbelf and C:E. L. Scarlett js town I .
Wilson; in'honor ot which august this wee spending a*few days
will unlock the'doors of
opn ; The General iafnow'w'riting in- Dunn Hardware, T
portunity for tomorrow.j event Mrs.. Pleas. served ;
suragjsSe"7br the Florid Life.
ream and cake. The editor

Georgia advertising land ,as :ihe'Banner'wa's an'invJted'guestind ; W'II.;: Malone, nt...uKey .West, .' .
pecan land'and'doing" 'fine' busi- to say we' enjoyed the' occa- Master of Fellows ,
Grand H3ddj ,
: We
: Is now in lice for .business. have
ness along that :.Jine.) Quf set- I aiod is putting it but mildly! and of th'e State of jk -1 lorlda; was a ,

tion can,grow':fie ni#ts as any we are quite'sure that .we never progiinent visitor]here Friday. general ,line of Hardware. ; "bes.t'' o'ri'' 'the: :
land,, and. the people are not told ate finer cake or more delicious : v F&Armfieldfrona ... I .
about it 1; The pecan isa.;m6ney- ream. ) D. M. Martinf"W. market, at lowest 'casH i prices. We solicit ;

maker. ., M .. r .. Ii and(.W.. J.i' Reglaerva"s over

"' A Good Position \\Bonifay i if}*atte fldance at 'your business, and guarantee to, save".
We do nbriihow'of anythTngtnaC the Masonic Convention Friday.
would *'.\ve coinetin Can be had by ambitious young i "V *ljtATJftfLjKfertl* '
be molre ) you money on every purchase. We' .are- :
of the ; .,.. ,
men and ladies in' the field 'of Cj'K McQuaririe: Experiment -

Chipley ood.laundrj'than a-good.bakery, .We believe} the anda "Wireless" or, Railway telegra- 'sTatiori tft&r t G esvl i fleum-) striving to do something for..you in ,the I

phy. Since the 8-hour law became companied by Liodrej '
? laundry would receive a good effective, and since the burger, assistant Stalte (Chemist, way 'of Hardware, ;:. You have,never .ha'd.a ,
patronage and the:! 'bakery-: we '
Wireless of 1'allabassee were in the city
companies. are ..establishing1 : '
feel confidently would be well stations throughout the Satdr.ay.. Th y hid been out first-class' Hardware..... Store f' ; we 'are' making .j .--.' ,

supported.._.. ,.._:.:.....: ._:.:.._ there is to Duncan whete they ttendeda J' .
country a great shortage meeting of thf l1"'ai'mer, :Union it for'YOl. Come let us show you.
.p .A lot people are Iyadvertisiag jf telegraphers. Positions pay on I
lille.tbeY., tare *by *relfgi&n. beginners from $70 to $90 per Friday. .. L t We have the, goods and the prices are

When .thejr...are",, J jn t d 5"peratestra1ghts month, with good chance of ad Good people|! cooperate with right "

v they take \heir trou- vancement.. The,National Tele- the'epynn Hardware<< Co. ind you .

bles to the Lord 'in prayer and graph Institute operates six' of- wll1'sur ?get result' I; I '

some live advertising copy to the ficial institutes in America, un- -"\ .. i Wt \ A. G:> McQuagge; .:..

local ne vepaper.office! but when ler:, supervision ort R. R, and The world owes jever* man at .J < i .
tJ ,. living.&ut if hej wants to collect] General Manager. /
the Lord's blessings and live advertising Wireless Officials and places allfraduates ,.
Kaye i "brougbf"prosPeri<
'ty to 'doors, the.J'egeedilv pay i you to write. them. for- full Be sure you iee the\ Baker I .. .1' ''' ..' ,.,

forget 1w'th l1ntftt trotMeocomes'again. details at Memphis, Tenn., or line of cutlery alt tbf 'hardware ,.' .

., : Columbia, S. C. Store.-Dunn Hardware Co.: { % > 'I

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