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: November 10, 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
lccn - sn 95047263
System ID: UF00075891:00228
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Succeeded by: Washington County news (Chipley, Fla.)

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,r; THE CHIPLEY $ BANNER.- '''''' :

Vol. XVIII. Chipley, Washington County, Florida, November iOthr 19to No. 10

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Red Pront Store ,"' A; Suit '

for the Style

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: We have just received a new. stock of '. <, for quality, material, for fit and ';1

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STICK"' and FANCY, CANDY..' '; ; Jh You can find all, these good ,',\

:" .- ". ) features in the PRINTZESS,

And think it-,will please you. placed there by their manufacturers ; '

-, '' i/I/ / who wQrk with the ideal of ,j:

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j always in their mind. ,,

Also .assortment, .. .. ;; of Granite Iron Stew ,Pans, Stew Kettles, \ S I/flf///1iI// /// / i VIII !i .We want you to know these .r
want to
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Wash Paris;; Pudding:-Pans;. etc, :'at '25c a popular' price. .. 'I'
.. (i fl' ask you to put them to a test of a 1
try on tomorrow, or any other ;

I'i i ,} }, day that suits your convenience. ;

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,$10.00 Reward.I We agree with the GainesvilleSun A Chicago priest recently refused Dr. Tiller the ,dentist requests Second Notice.We. \
v4ill in the following: "Loyaltyto to acceptpew rent from a the Banner to state that
pay $10 reward for return want to inform those inter- \
one's country is imPossible. saloon keeper, because the priest bis dental office will be closed "
of chunky black Pointer ested that we, still have some
without loyalty to its laws, and declared, the saloon keeper's from Nov. 14th to 21st inclusive.
dog; hair glossy and wavy; answers notes and accounts that must be
that involves respect for law and "business was to undermind the Those wishing work will bC.Jov-
to name ot""Jess"; slightly paid. Please remember this:; We
enforcement of law. [n fact work*of the church. erned accordingly.
deaf; had plain collar on; last seen believe in'doing the right thing at
__ about four miles south of Chipleyon the primal meaning of loyalty is Wanted.-Young or middle aged When we fail, when our works all times and we expect prompt
Oct. 10th. fidelity to the law, therefore ,he white woman tor light house not satisfactory in 'its results; settlements at all"times when due

J.. E.. TURNER, who disregards the law of who keeping tor small family. Thisis before we lay the blame on others Very respectfully,

Florala; /Ma. magistrate, fails in bis dutyto healthy location. State age it will be well to practice. a DUNN HDW. CO. '"
enforce'the law, is .disloyal to and'salary expected. AddressBox little honest unbiased self-exam- A. G.McQuagjje, Mgr.

For Sale.-A livery his country. No. 157, Falro. Ala. ination. We may find the' cause .
good paying We will have lots of nice hors-
home and be the ; ,
near saved
Your opportunities for doing
business in Chipley; reason for I : '
abundant. Your influ- DR. T. G. YATES ,trouble of looking abroad for'it. es and mules as soon as the' t
selling, am going to farming.R. I good are weather is cool enough to ship
U.,Harrell. ( ence for good is what .you makeit. With TWENTY YEARS; It is a great'satisfaction at the them safe.-Dunn Hardware Co.
It a kindly deed is to be EXPERIENCE as an. close of life to feel that you have
There is always a good crop of done, do it; if a friendly word is lived not for yourself alone, but The world, and especially that -
EYE ..
promising men, but the SPECIALIST: round about'
young of the world !
be it it have been useful .
to spoken, speak ; or a WILL.BE: AT that you to oth-
crop of promising old onesare you, has'need of the best that 1 1is J'
smile is to be given, give it. Dr. Wilson's Office. ers. You may be assured also
-- not all as almost of our .
gone any i in you.J.
merchants will tell Place a flower in .the hands ,of IN CHIPL.ECV, that the same feeling is a sourceof ,t I
you. your brother while he can reward From ELEVEN to SIX o'c ..clc comfort and happiness at any R. McGeacby has just received I

Buggies and harness goes as you with a grateful smile, First Tuesday Each Month. period of life. Nothing in this a fine'lo'of custom made

fast as they can get them in -at do not wait until his lips are pal- gr Examinations FREE. world is so good as usefulness.It suits which it wilFpay,you to ,see 1,
Dunn Hardware Co., the Hardware lid and cold and unable 'to utter 'tends to the improvement of when in town. They are dirt
My Pensacola office la Room Mo 410
Store. thanks. lllount Building your own character-Ex. cheap, too. !:


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Uitf/ ,. \ notice;" those' who knowa, good thing when they see it. We want to in'i' tt.e

.. : terest the wide awake men and women of this section. They are the '
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The Mule Stayed On. ...............................>I ... ta..i'THE i

., The people who happened to ] ,- -:="':'..

CbnrobtL. Dlreecory., be; in a.certain drug store when 'Every Month'writes .'.1,,

/ E. Church South.-Preaching l every a biff negro teamster called up
let and 3rd Sunday:: at 11 a.. m. and 8 p. m.
B. O. Williams, Pastor. his employer to repcrrt an accident -,
Lola P. Roberts of WEEK
Sabbath School 10 a, m. W. N. Sheats, heard only one side of the TWICE-A- ,. ,
Superintendent.Prayer Vienna, Mo., "I used to be
Meeting Thursday nights. story but' undoubtedly they
Men's meeting Tuesday sick most of the time and ]
Young prayer ,
heard the best side. With a little -
nights Everybody cordially Invited.Baptist
suffered with backache and
imagination the tale is'- pet- lIMES UNION
Church-Preaching every 2nd headache. My Mother,who :
and 4th Sunday. Bev. Colller.pastor. fect. YessUh was saying, had been greatly helped by
Sabbath School a. m., F, Snperlnteneent. the use of Card l, got me '. '
nights. A writer In the Galveston AND THE N E.Rj
Prayer Meeting Wednesday -. pause. two bottles, and I have ,. ,. .::
News relates the rest. '
been "
_, I>..tofflee Directory Yessub. De.man wif de plug well ever since. 1.50 =
Office hours 7:30 m.to,7:00 p m.j except E49 130TH.OJ'iE YEAR FOR $ It
.. SundaT bat he trieddat.Jtfo '- -i: :
East-bound mall closes at 10:20 a.m suh. He ain't much huff -
.:.. West-bound mail closes at 5:10 pm.
His hit's busted.Yessqh. *
Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 a m. nose THE T WriE-AWl i TIMES UNION' Is the Tuesday and
boundmall. _
and leaves on arrival of the east -I done dat.

No sub. De 111'' boy he ain'tb.ubt Thursday 'issues ,'of the Daily Times-Union; and con,
to 12:30 ,
Sunday hours: 11130 m., p. m.
Honey Orders l Issued at all hours when none''a-tall; jest. jolted. The Woman's Tonic_ taiqa all the many features that go to. make a fir t-clasl

office Is open, except.T Sundays.P. HCIIEL.L P. M Yess b. De scbool-t acb b.1 Cardui is a gentle tonic metropolitan newspaper; and many special features

r Hit to' his clo'es up some. for young and old women. which 'are: found in no .other newspaper.' : .;.'

OnrClabb1DEList. Fire? Yessuh. Not much," It relieves and prevents

BANNER and Semi-weekly Atlanta no; suh. He moved a little b.it: pain. It builds strength. It FBA'TlJRES' "
Journal, per year$1.75. ADDED ,
yessuh.. feeds the nerves. It helps
BANNEB and Thrice -week New York .'
World, per year l.es. Yessuh. One o1 de wheelswuz the whole system.
Those issues contain .the latest
: BAJTHTKB: and Semi-weekly Tlmes-Un- burnt a little." < Made from, harmless very reports .
n and Citizen, per year,$1.50. and a department devoted to Horticulture Agriculture
Two o' de wheels. Yessuh. roots and herbs, It has no j .

.-U21'1 BA.xrHJCBand; Home and Farm. per year Wellsuh.'de. wagin hit bqbned- bad after-effects, does not Poultry, Etc. ':- '- / ,./ ,' .,

up. No sab. Dey ain nuffin' 'Interfere with the use of SAMPLE : '
A COPy. of.the paper will be sent to you
r General Directory.STATE lef', ;- .. 0 any other medicine and cano .- ,:
the .
On request 'to publishere. .
OFFICIALS.. De mule? Yessuh. you nothing but good.. _" : .:

J 'Ooveruor-Alber W. QI1cI lst. He'sdah yit. 'Yessub. Try CarduL It will help THIS PAPER is .the leading: .weekly .newspaper
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Secretary of State-II. Clay Crawford. I. you. Your dealer sells lt: of this section'aM; ; ., should, boa. rebniarvisitorto'yourhore ,;
Attorney General- Park Trammelt. SAVES AN-1OWA IAS'! $ LIKJil. "" .V S', '" .' .. "v> "" '5',"" ''.*u ViTHE '"1..
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Com. Agriculture E. MbL_ In... The very grave; seemed to yawn before ,7 .
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Treasurer Wm V,Knott. Robert Madsen, of West Burlington.:'Iowa, SUNDAY .TIMES-.UNIONjincltiding the .
when after eveaweeks la the four
Supt. Public Instruction-W, M Hollo- How Sugar Melts. illustrated Sunday MagazinewilLb Lmalled to. address
of the beat physicians gave him up. Then If any
we drop A lump of sugar Into& .
way. was shown 'the marvelous curative powerof cup of tea' we find it takes a considerable : for $1.50 "per year, ,:.. -
Comptroller: .0..Groom.: Elaotrlo BItters. for,after elsbt months time 16 melt if allowed' to retuuiu. .

Supreme Court-Thos. M. Shackleford, of frightful suflerlns; from liver'trouble !and at the, bottom'-of the yCHsel' but Lt we' IF YOU WISH this paper, The Twice'aWeekTimesUrliQn .

,. Chief Justice M,n.v Mabrv.Cler. yellow Jaundice, getting,no help,tom!other; bold It up In the spoon Dear the< sur -The
,Railroad ommll fon-R.Hudson Burr, remedies or doctors,five bottles of this won face of tbe liquid It dissolves- much and Sunday? ,Times-Union, each for-.

Chairman R C.Dunn, Clerk. derful medicine completely .curi-d .him. It: more rapidly., This is 'owing'to the one year, add..$1.,50 .to'the above and send remittan
Judge first:Judicial;: circuit-J. Emmett positively guaranteed for stomach,Il\er or: sugar as It melts rendering- portion. '
If you wojild the Times-Union
today or prefer Sunday
Wolfe. Fensacola. kidney troubles'and never disappoints.. Only Of the tea containing It bearler. 'The :

State Solicitor first judicial< circuit-J. OOo at 8.,! E. McGeachy's . sweetened part, therefore descends, instead. ofj_ the; twice-a-woek, add_ 50o to..prloe8above{ ,
Walter.Kehoe. leaving..the sugar constantly contact :
,. with unsweetened or only purtlally- :
Hereditary .
-- Talent. : .
sweetened tea--ln fact a continual YOUR : .
,, .: : -;U. a' LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS.. circulation of fluid Is promoted until ,ORDER TODAY TO,
; From the: post-office steps'
i'B.. S. Chubb Relrl t Gainesville, Fla. the whole Is dissolved. When the

Shields Warren, Receiver, Gainesville. Freeman Davis :watched Pro-_ ,sugar is placed or permitted to lie at I .Chipley Banner chipley l Florida
fessor'Lane cross the road .andenter the bottom of the cup it dissolves until ,"
--- .the layer of'fluid next It Is thoroughly
WASHINGTON COUNTY' OFFICERS.: the wheelwrights. shop on sweetened saturated, It' .
:.Circuit Clerk-W. C..'Lockey, Vernon. the opposite side. '- I cease? to dissolve when any'further practically ,. .s..!1l1/7.. f4l.........t."f'>) !!!lO..Nl1lNN..

-- County Judge-.J. B. Wells,Vernon. Goes in and out free as you or the sweetened' and heavier stratum ,- --
Sheriff-C. G. AileD Chlpley. I above It acting for a considerable time' --.. -'
me, Mr.. Davis remarked to Jabez >
Treasurer-H. B. Tiller Vernon. until thelit w of diffusion comes gradu. : .
fax l"sor-J..T.J. Williams, Chlpley. Sewallj and nobody knows ally into play like an Impervious cov- Here's ., a Good Slogan for lI' -,
Tax Collector-W. B.: Gainer, Kcontma.SnptPnbllc !: how many letters he's entitledto frlng. In; keeping back the lighter, unsweetened I
f instruction F Gainer, write after his' fluid above; hence the reason -
name. '
Waasao.Supervisor. also why stirring, 10 ,breaking up Jigger: and' Better Business.
of Registration -.,. W Jabez nodded. But what I the saturated layer .and allowing ac. ,
Gainer Econflna. can't just.make, put is how become cess t-the unsweetened portion la'so : '- "-" "-" .
Count ..f'ollcltorA.. Carmichael, effectual In bringing about the 'uniform ".".".".."."........,: .-
by his smartness. :Far's -:.. ;:"
Chlpley. sweetening of tea. Life Is not Infrequently ,, .
County Surveyor-Thos. Collins, Cary- I knownone, his forbears ever sweetened by the same stir- DON'T- BLOCK- TJIE WAY! ; ,'T < : ',::, :
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villa FU.County, amounted to much, ih a literaryway. ring up process. N ., ,:. ,-. I .. S_. :1- ,..: .. rcc-_

Commissioners Move-. fast !! the procession-or out. Tak'e the
: as as. move- ,
Blood For Bread ".4;' < t -:-; "' '
J. M. Simmons: Chairman Vernon "
''0 S. W. Bush: Chlpley., ,.. What you talking. about? Mr llungefj( To what lengths will- It pace' f-tjlecpmpanyyou"are. in .6r-make.'Wa: y: for'., .the"matsbehi'.l. .

B. F. Evans. Vernon.J Davis demanded, war Dlv".. YOtt'knows' drive.-men! Here Is passage from. ,t.--J. ''9'0: ."' -> .' v :yv: :: ";.\ -'; .'

H. Porter Mlllvllle. well's I do.that his father "Force," s'taie ot Napoleon's days de ,"" .; : : >. : .; : '
J. T. fllffhtower, Vernon. seri);)Ing->hoW ten veteran hussars ... ;
could spell Nebuchadnezzar dor" a young .pfflcer. after two .days of-new '
,-: School Board ? Don't.stahd in the vay ideas ,Don't paus'ejn the
: quicker'nany ojther boy ':!in c without food, fought like Sends for a' 'I
G. B. Bush, Chairman, Orange Bill "
loaf ot bread stolen from a woodman path 6fbette"rsystem. ni\ settle'downrbn tbeUadder oft "
S. J. Gainer St. Andrew., school! : wlth- ,u"C .* ., ''" *.'

.;' W..F.:; Buss, Vernon.;. _, 0.'.,. o he"Ue"did trembled.not: .fi1ov. He Covetousness was. starving., but. .. success-',. _Don't.b tt.1. barnacle F '?, .on the. .sbip'o. #:"'pregress.I ... ,.,:,. ,..'

Favored Age.-. ; but be was an officer. I ..' .'" <,. ..i. ': i: :: -: ... x ,.'_ ;;ry :,.. t. .
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? CHIPLBY CITY / "The1: 1 toremostrider! ; speared the loaf Change progress.. Pfogres means advancementMvanceineutmeant3 (

Mayor-J. T. Brltt. When the teacher looked severely up with hljt saber, clutched it and began ," -- '::- :' 'k' .:::- ', '"' ;,.:-:

., J..rshal-W.D. Peters. to< eat. The others quicklyclosed ." .' :-
at Isadore all '. ''
Clsrk and Treasurer W.. Leyinskyi him. movement.: MOVE! vDON'T .-
-W. Cook. In on. lie )vas gripped from be- ? .
Council-A. D. Carmichael,' chairman, ideas fled trom him. When ask -blnd and half strangled. The bread '.. .. -. -, -Z'1,0-: : ,';' :;

C;,B.Dunn.J. R. McGeachy, C. E. TharpW. ed to name the Presidents'l.h. :fell Into- tile: mud. The men then 'began ....,:' "'
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O. Butler Jr. In 'bitter : .
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tight earnest and ,
could think of j just five-with ._ -" -,; .r
their sabers flashed dimly la.the falling _.... ._ ,...... -
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four long gaps between them.I ( rain. One ot them reeled .under'a :

: am surprised Isadore said saber: strokeanc fell back on his .
horse. ( } 00< -
The Banner the teacher who had,left middle -
Ie (the ofllcer) flung himself In the
ace well in the background. melee and wds thrown from his"horse. Printing

When I was eleven years old As he crawled ajong the --mud out of Neat .

the wa 'ot .trampling hoofs he"pu(. .
Chipley Fla. more than a year younger than Ms .hand 'on" the bread. His fears ,
: at Creates a good impression j :
.., you are-nowl' could' recite the i once vanished.' He bent over his prize, (
list of Presidents.without a single tiding it .tom"-view of" the struggling.
Stands for the Upbuilding of mistake' moments hesi old !Jrll, aud lowered his head and got' : among your correspondents; :
: the loaf.; under, bla:teeth and "ate It."
: : :17i: Clilpley, tation. I and-helps: ) to. give your business :

Teacher,- yes, ma'am, said Isa- tile Falling. .

: 'W'aehington, County dore humbly;, then a; brilliant "You are beside,yourself' ,"' he retort .. pI &tlge. i. .
': ed haughtily ;

: :. Xnd FloridalSubscription .', But and comforting there could'n'f idea to.came have to been him;:' She'Seelns gave double ajshrlll agajn. unpleasant, eh?" abe laugh.cried. I : :We do :'Neat Printing: ., ,. :' .

.r;. .. half as many. 'Presidents f<;). re< '-. New Yolk_.rress.. -- at Reasonable Prices.l "I' -I T f ;t,

:i. $1 Per- ''Year; member' then,. was there; teacher. A Good Reason. I ,.; "' '. 4 -, x ',.. 'S ./ .

< .. Wan ta nno-Why'do ;yon'call that boy I Banner: JobJPatmnize .Office.( .
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< of'rour&.Flannelt; Dnzno-Decause he :< '
'. .- just naturally shrinks from washing- I '00 < . :
nuke a Specialty of ', ... When the colonel -
., :,we addressed S.London. Tit-ults, :
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c'' .' consistency, clearness purpose quiet'i _
:i,C". .:ArtiBtic. :{ .r: them how, as, Br'er Rabbit, he i and::jceoseleaa energy.-Raskin.PnoMOTK '.- .: I ,.- .. r -- '.- ; 3
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played] tbe tar baby'game on .Mr. ';
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Barnes in New York. ,>' ,
.,;:y 'r" Women desiring; beautr get wonderful -
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front BucUIen'a Arnica Salfe. It bRo -

The best way to help-'your abas' pimples,skin eruptions,, sore bolls.t : THE fANNELz: :
4-The; Banner! make the fekln soft and.velvftj. It glorifies : ,
: town is'to ..
crow. .
: grow .
'I; : the face Cures sore eyes,, cold sores ..
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t .. 'T:5.: -'1" "";;.:,'"<" -0(Chipiey" I Fla.; point not an axis. _, s Sfio oald at,H fever,'E.'McOea cores,cute bl'',.braises and piles. Fairldate f : :' "'Oct.2Gth, .27th,. 2tii.

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.. tMade flis Own Road. *'.,- *;-#>, ,thet panish.Jleet4v tb/tqef8unken;! i L.'-'. .-iA: ,''Amhrioan Grammar.x oo>3cc> ooococ cccocccecccc>

Wbe he. \Yl! ..ejght years ldRa.ymond.G.'BFown Merrimac which 'did not bottle, resented Robert It.our Hltt.government who at the In time Paris rep-'as ; Till! SOmilN h LIFE AND'A iDiil ,

went stone nor to his kissing: tour across the to ii
a secretary\ of legation, went Egypt
blind..' country, but rather to the work In regard to a matter Involving the I 8y
L life of Greek American subject. He I Iii: iizruiice COD1.pany.g .
.11 was a bitter blow to the boy; he is at present doing in congres. a I
landed in Alexandria and went to the 8 '
bad-been a great reader .. .. Hotel Europe and found the rooming OF.' ,df!I

,aiid.atrgtgave up in. despair. $read ali{1liscnt ( 'l clerk bu Y'assigning rooms to the new. Marianna. Florida. :j i
Th.en be determined that in ly arrived passengers a regular polyglot .n

afoite of his blindness be'would The world's wheat crop this Arable.In languages.Greek French He heard Italian him speak and, i Invites your attention to ,its New Line Policies, 'Las 'embodying' 'the maxi-+ j

be of use in the world. year will be one of the greatestever German. So when It came Mr. BItt'sturn i mum of practical protection'at the lowest practical price. A remarkably I 8 ''i t tg

TjHis harvested, according to sta- to register he jocosely. nald. "Do cheap contract, but safe and conservative and backed by home capital.. 1
; people, financially well off 4lR
) tistics sent out- from Washington you speak' American? The elerk 8 4'
\tetfe able, to help him. promptly replied: "A leetle. Der tae | W. 'H. MILTON President. .1'i

corning to use the raised let- Therels nothing finer-thane; nice' bne American here lately who gave 1 Directors. *. Gammon, John s Jr.. W.B'. % MuwnitBh'atralt. n;
"' i j E..Brtroks. J. M. H. Lewi s
light, puffy biscuits or inflated me an American grammar. Mr Hltt i i
lean by which the blind bather asked to have a look at the book. The t+QCCCCc19COCCICoccoCdoCA'+OoccccMecoCoOocecloccccc00eC u ;,
It is
cakes. good to know
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to .
read, young Brown had : clerk promptly told one of the garcons '
evT thing read to him and substituted tbat thlpply pan; not >diminished to get the book out of his room and -- -
: at a time when 'the world's while the book was being brought the If it Machinery you want, we have it.V n..

his memory for -hiseya population was never greater, clerk said "De grammar Is phonetic." us'for'catalogue, prices; and .tcn'm.
>.: Sficking'to his uphill task When the book was brought. lo and '"

hJjj .Vvas 'graduated from 'high :-l'ben.: to, the corn yield this .behold It was a copy of Petroleum MALSBY': 'C-nMPAN1:: {

and' yea" is the greatest we, have ever V. Nasby'a letters. D. R. Locke whileIn '
prepared college. seen.-that is if the corn states Egypt had presented a copy to the 41 South FOTSVOI SI.' ATLANTA GA.
tuft went >: ;
to Harvard taking clerk, telling him It was au American

classical course, and have done as West .Fl rid: ... .We grammar,, ,We sell 'the following well-knowa goods: American, t y
continued his in this section, have raised more Bench: Dromgold. Gelser upeerless," 'and :Smith Myers Schnier SawMills J
studies at the law corn on less that* have .. in all sizes and capacities;Erie City, Oelser "Beer ess," and I Houston( ,
acres we HI. CheloA.
schoocarefu 'there. That he was a Stanwood & Gamble Engines and Boilers in all sizes Challoner. and Pel kills ,
ever drope ,b.efohel ,.and. therejs -, witty member of the legal profession Shingle Machinery; Band Saws, Edgers, Grist Mills, uPeerless'' Thresher,
student of the law, !''is:i money' in 4"P the" grain,:too./' ,, wall once a guest at a dinner "re Planers Steam Feeds,and various other Machinery; Repairs and Mill SuPS:lie J
sb/bwn'by. the fact that of a class markable for Its meagerness. The dining 'We can furnish you the best Machinery on the market and at the. same ,
ofy20Cfl' ? Brown was graduated .. room bad been newly and splendidly time save you money. We have no branch house. ,___ "
famished. Some of the'pesta congratulated -
ahead olSlSS of them. When a cold becomes settled in the eya. the host on his taste In dee

.'fIt is said bis standing would tern It will take several days treatment. to oration. ****-** ,
it and tbet \
cure >eat remedy to use is Cbnmberlaln' "For my part would rather !Bee
live beejt even l higher had '>: illness oT ? er than -other and l leavt \ho 1j8teni in
jjf'evented some his any > a the wit. : 4
'-0 '." natural and healthy "condition. Sold "by :
work. t City Drug Store and S. E. McOeachy.Theater NOW IS THE TIME
:Brown is a good student, said Many school children suffer from oonstl- I
bis. patlon,-whlch Is often the cause of seeming;
friendst but he will not beable
of Different Aoe stupidity at lessons. Chamberlain's stomach .
.to practice.t But Brown didpractice. The difference between I the play and liver tablets are an ideal medicine : :
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-A." r ..A, .'''' ",-.. ?4'." '.. -- .bonse1x:'.vrhlclj-':we'veee.a;0rn nm olBronaou to give a child, for they are mild and gentle TO ADVESTISE!

'Finding'hVcould' do his legalworkmucn'vbcttirby UpwarU's tcxla):.aiuLtUe playhouse In their.effect,and"will cure even chronic -
In which Sheridan' ooniedltti constipation sold by. City, Drug Store and -
: "acting'.. as Were 'brlglblll1y Acted1A'lnitter tliqu 8. E. McGeacby, g .
his own secretary, he learned to the difference between Sberitlau'a
Drury Lane and. tbe bouse Tor which,
operate a type-writer.: Congreve wrote nud in which r.etter The best opportunities: rare: often
He is an eipert on the ma- ton acted. And that restoration' 'play .

chine. \ &*: 'f ,house was.veryunlike the ICIlzubelluin: NOW is the best time
;v. >*:%" '. :v 'theajer ,:for, whlch SlihkeHpeare' wroteipd' Notary Public. neglected. ito
You cannot stopsthkf-sort ; bf In' which [Burb'nge acted E.tu(

man. He will jump the' 'hi hest more apparent la the difference: between advertise.

hurdles. And.so' a short time the theater of Dlonyslu.s at Real Estate Handled. .

ago he was appointed assistant Athena and' tbe Roman theater 'of :Collections a specialty. Ii have sell if
Orange. >These. '.theaters. 'are shnrvllIlstltlgUis'bed ._ you something to ;
United States district''attorney froth oiie' n not her by i
for New York.. 'their size, by "their shape, by their \ Office in First National Bank. if
\. you want to buy something; or '
}methods' bf Illumination, by the ub
He whafvas\ f
got cuiiihig t6 sense or''' presence-of renl scenery and! _

him.And by the arrangement of tbe scats, for For Over Fifty Years. you have a bargain NOW is the

; Brown is< no mere coun:=; the spectators.and as we study these 1
successive changes we are continued 1 Mr.. Wln.low'. .
sellor in the busy prose' <:utor'e In the conviction that these physicn' 'I Han been of used MOTHERS for over FIFTY for their YEARS CHILDREN by MILLIONS best. time to make it known.

office. He does the hardest sort conditions must have exerted a i>ow, WHILETEETHING with PERFECT SUC
'o! work-the preparation of brief erful Influence upon' the drama tints GUMS", ALLAYSall PAIN; CURBS WIND Don't fail to about
who followed one another down the COLIC and Is the best remedvfor DIAKRHCKA: see us your
poundlrig"out.the'. interminable; Sold by Druirgrlots In every: part of the world, Be ,
centuries. Brunder ;
Matthews In Ceb .
sure and ask for"Mr Winatow'i Soothing Syrttp"
legal ohraseology on'his machine tufY. .\" and take no other kind. 2.. a bottle. Spring Advertising; this week. If
And yon? You''' have-two good
The Bachelor Maid'e, K. _' .
.eevaoseau ..
eyes., rAnd "Do I enjoy the freedom of a latchkey 0 M.'r-.Gt.. >tsttu''U.d.i it is business you want, I
'sometimes whine 1" exclaimed) the bachelor mall bitItily. '
yet you .: :i .2 !'""'
.IJ .
"Look "at that ll\1Ucb"-boltllng ... n'4- aC t i ?f
about lacfe'of fair chance I ..... +1 .
your a 4. fM
aloft a ring full of keys "Fifteen arid :. !,::: ;o ::c-
in life. Letthi's'blind manes,, be- I bare to 'carry all of them all the, P ; !:i1to1 ..J'. -= m oxp The Banner can '(Get it far Y ou1:

rbic struggle pyt.'your complairi- time. This one Is the key to the studio I i iie tt 8 5'1 tjf :

tags to shame. L *,' building, this to my (),wu studio, this to 'i a 5'.=.... .. en ., Z '
my club,, tbls to my hamper, ,at .the o = -e
; He had money; you say. club,. this to my, desk, this to the secret e' 0 al1' n : I';b= a YtC'... a'l 0Di .* ,
2 -
Surely. nd'th'e'more'red1it drawerof the desk, this to .a !! S""o o d u

to im Most.young men' of.wealtafad > trunk, this to another this to my let- : ... .t, ---1:1;: .P. rre eIJ
.jer' bor this\ to my -Bewlng machine-: D .... r"
with good yes choose to be oh yes, the woman who'comes to clean 0 0 ;a .. ma,ID'" -C M .'. IF YOU WANT NEAT JOBPRINTINGCALL ,

drones because they do not need tY'studro would do her annual.sewing' ,e'.li 2 "I .. 0 fY'I' 'ON jt
there If,I,didn't-this to 'my box in the e g-n r sD It Fit t ,
to work. IJ ,
Safety deposit* this to the piano(:o ar : aa
Honor to'this mari who bravely '- keep the; womun from uslug |flr of :eeeeaeataaseeoeeeeeeflf.. THE BANNBR.,

substituted brains:> for.eyes. coursethis-poaitlvel? 1 forget what .. -- _. ..
for "but I know I fled It often f
-it.,Is ,
When begin 'to teel that
you I'm simply worn but lugging around:
the world is not good to you; wrist bag big enough to; hold them all

think of the blind boywho ,made 'I assure.you, "my dear that if you ever -
het r'l have committed matrimony uDiay -
bis road to success ,
tell all my frleifds r .a

.. mam'to'carry my> key for me."-New .

.croup is most prevalent--during the' dry York'Sun. _j_ ... ; :: r : : : : .
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"= 'f'j.: .
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month ,
cold weather ol the early winter r > .
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Parents o: young children. should be prepay The Chinese Burglar. ;. .
ed for It. All tbat ie'needed Is a bottle orclaamberlal 'The, Chinese burglar is the most 7 .. "... ." f :.
'e cough-remedy. Many moth difficult to nab," 'declared Lecoq the 0- M : .
en are never wlthoht it to their homes and detective. "1 mlght'-say' he I Is. Impossible I. .. ". : :: '

It' "yer disappoints them. Sold -by-, 'City to.riab.; -When.this, yellow scoundrel ., Do You ,, \Vant ; :' "

,,.)rug Store and 8..Kr.McGeaohy., I I goes -burgling he goes naked andcoveVedj : .! :,: .
with, pit and thus he. Is as '
slippery as an eel. But*,you say -why '"
The Fickleness of Fame- not nab him by the 'pigtail hey The :
', 'answer to that Is thai his' pigtail" is >Big '
When it is considered that it done, p. In a knot on top. of his head Bargains ;
stack full of needles 'and hatpin .
has been but. little more than a and .. .'".
with the outward. Youoften"see I
decade since Agtfarialdo, the Fil- goints.turned, .u Chluaman, In Tekln or ... : .. ,

ipino leader'was mentioned'n ar- Shanghai with his clothes stained with :. '*' IN \ ...

ly every day on the front page of oil and with tiny red.pricks', all over ". .'; ,
withburglar. -
nlm. havlns'trouble .
every: newspaper n be'la'nd, one '
a :
wonders at the fickleness of fame ;.'. jplbtHiing: SHoes a Hats ', .

,How many people,jdthiscountry 60 YEAR9'EXPERIENCCw ,..:, : .w, :,: I,' .

know where .A qanaldo is now I II .. ..
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\ .. .'. .GO TO ; '"" ,' I'. i t t'k
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and what occupation he pursuing I : .: '
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i ? Wbo-Vesrsthe;: ; name of Ad- : < ,-' ,: ..
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miral Dewey Mentioned now, 'ex- : : -t, :., .

cept that i it"is 'occasionally: in the TRADE MARKS h. ,, &: Cc I \ ::'. : ,

Washington, L. DESIGNS M'r' .
of local paI' '
'cOlumns COPYRIGHT 4c.An1 : .' > "
pers. What is General .Frederick lle undfna ..ketrlt snd d..crtptlnn ma:; .. .
gulckl ..OOrt8(" sae ophdon Pre. whllth.r &II :. "
Funston.doing? Of-the group PBttJl.nh'i, oor.t.ata munfoa.tbn..enonamndeiu .. .. ': : ''; "; '
free. xwurbitrMtenPaf r
ant Ulrlqa" ,
menthat the Spanish-Ameri nt taken' "f"1"1 A Co. r.aetvrirpae4ywotfea .
, of ,, ., .,
... withoutohnrge, la tbScientific :
can war broughtsuddenlIntofame .
: Jlnttri an.
Hobson, ofAlabama, is the i _
Absnd.omaly111natr.ledweekly. r.sreaetefrt
oily who keeps in the lim'e'likiit enKcInn of say rleiilldo Journal.! Tcrnii.(3 armurt w
one friar months,tt. BuiJ bjr ll n wnd and his present prominence & CO.861Broadaa i %: New York i


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PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. JaclZ! frost paid us a visit Sat- '.

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At Chipley, Fla.t ._ urday night. i
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Bud Taylor attended court at \ f.
: WALTER W. JOMBBt, Bdltof. .
t- Vernon last week. : '
Entered at the pMtofflce at Chlpl_,..Fla.. a* '
,n eoond clan mail matter. We are having: some very cool Have you seen ;
; ;
weather this week.

ONE YKAJEt,.................. .......1.00 Finch swilling at .
Lonny was
.\\ BHC MONTHS,...... ....... ........ .GO I e,
.. the girls Saturday night.J. .
THBBE: MOiTTHS... .88 i. tThe .' -.... .. ,,'
S. application. ]J. Barfield was a visitor in ,. (0 '
; XdTertlsln rate furnished '. '- ."
+ community Monday.Rev. ... ,. window with :.J" '.
.... Communications on live topics, especially "I".. ;'1 :'(' ,. '., :
., o( local Interest, are solicited. It Robinson held services at ,. ''fy' ,. .. .),'. "
Is understood, however, that the publishof N -
TUB BANNER will not be responsible Qap Pond church'Sunday.John : "* Crosset -" )
i for opinions expressed by correspondents. .I' '1" : Shoes.qt" ; -
Taylor went fishing: on .. ,.. .
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live representative '; .. v: f
TTB BANNER wants a the Porter Pond Saturday. \ < ,
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and correspondent at every postpfflce! f '\. : .
In the county, and will make liberal ar ;\, "
R. A. Barfield was a visitor at .r- J
;, ranftements. with_ _the rlgrt parties._ r' ( In it? ..
--- ---- the Deadening still Monday. -4'M r "
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Nov. 10. IOIO. -' '
Ii THUI DAY. \ ,',\
attendedthe ,f j {Ih -- \ "
and <<
John Taylor son .
$ { .
:t < fair at Chiple laet week. ,,;I\ : If no t"t' ;' : ; ,:
town :
The best way to help your I _
Miss the ": '
grow is to crow MarthaTaylor paid '

r' .. T Deadening still a visit Saturday. 'I : 3.50 $5.00.:: .,
: $ to : "
A friendin .
An exchange says: their seed ,
The people have dug
... fr r : 't. ;
need is real surprise. ; '
a caneand, are getting ready to J .-- .
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grind. .
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.r It takes Uncle Sam longer too "

add up his census figures than it Lots of fishing and hunting is ,. : } : .

did to count his.! children., i nity being now.done through this commu- ,, l : Campbell Dekle Co.: ;,

There are few things4n life' so Leonard Johns was casting ".-

comfortable as old friends and smiles at some.of the girls Sat-

old shoes. Do not be: in haste to urday night. t

: discard either. .I
Mrs. T. D. Johns and children
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Were pleasant visitors at John W.Taylor's .
,, Be an. optimist, and if you run t'j

}'}' against a brick wall in the dark Sunday. BRADFORD.Dock ,
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'If just imagine that it is marble The round about school being :
Suggs made a business .
;,. '. and was esoecially' reserved for taught by Miss Eliza Payne, is trip to Wausau Monday. .

';.! you. going:on all O. K.
Elma Riley of Wausau, was in '
.. "- ace .
Wesley Finch and family, of JohnStockton'sSp
.1' It is funny how men who have our little burg Sunday evening.Rev. :
Gap Pond were visiting at James J. ,
'2 been a dismal failure in every- Vickery's Sunday.It Parker filled his regular *' -,- 1 I'i'

thing else they have ever tackled appointment at the Bridge Sun-

will imagine they are a, .howling is time the Thanksgiving '

r success as politicians and, politi- turkey was in the pen and get- day.Ned k Little Journey to the Fifre- ,

cal prophets. ting,their chops, for the day will Simmons and wife spent -' .-

.. I soon be here.Health Sunday with D. F. Carter. and sides of the Common People. .
V family.
Itr One of our exchanges revives is good in this commu-

that old saying about people digging nity and the young people are Quite a crowd frqm our little

w their graves with their wanting to hear of a dance so burg attended court at Vernon BY ONE OF THEM. "'

teeth.. It is true to an extent, they can enjoy the cool nights. last week., }i: / 4

( ; but there are a good many pea William Hutchison, who has William, Daniel, Jr., attendedthe / ,

ple who.insist upon using a corkscrew been very sick for some time, Freewill Association at, Dun- there'1. a great and Increasing ajorlt7 : I

in carrying on this interesting died last Wednesday. He leaves can Saturday. SURELY people of Florida who regard the office of I
Senator as part of the heritage be-
job. ... six children and wife to mourn Henry Bell and wife of Dun- queathed to them by the revolutionary father, >!a perpetuity .

his death. can, spent Monday with theirs and without charge or' liability to aa.es meat,
The Times says that New II i1, George Bell. restriction curtailment or alienation. f '

: York is now suffering from an Don't forget that J. R. McGea- This being *o-and it Is to be hoped that no .ne will .,
"air famine" which is the result} 'Possum bunting, tater dig- dispute it, and thereby declare himself a member la s.
has full line of shoes of all
chy a
of a large number ot people ging and cane gridding is the good standing of the Ancient Order of ,Old Fo.lie-It : '

; crowded together in a small area. description tor everybody and it occupation of the day. follows that all (but few of us) feel that. the office of .. ,
i will pay you to see him before United States Senator should be filled by a man:"who 1
We.cannot understand why people buying. We are glad to: note that the a* our friend W. :J. B., of Nebraska, says-<*bM' "a S 1i'ss;

} crowd themselves so close little-child of Mr. and Mrs. A. heart In rhythm moved by the heartbeat ot humanity,

that they can't get air enough to Will whiskey dissolve sugar? W. Harrell's i is-improving. and not in cadence with the pulsation.of the fult pock-
breathe,when there is plenty of It most surely will; likewise it Misses Mae and Ezella Daniel etbook. 'X I i

room and the finest air in the will dissolve gold, brick houses Bowing to the will of the majority I* "slmoi. pure ,
and horses and happiness and were the pleasant guest of W. B. Democratic doctrine. Therefore, it follow that*, it U t
world in
here Washington
county i, ,
love and everything else worth Daniel and family Saturday. well to give ear and heed to the sentiment prepoqderating .. '
; ." when we are submitting a senatorial candidate to ..>- .
having. Eddie Everitt and WilliamDaniel
:' ., the acid test.'r yy; I

i ST. ANDREWS., .. Jr., leaves this morning :JOHN N. C. STOCKTON IS A SENATORIAL t. ,I. .
) to attend the
Tuesday great
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+ CANDIDATE. 9 ::1.{'

Miss Ethel Purcell spent William. .. BlountOF fair at Pensacola.Mrs. HE IS ALSO A MAN IN HEART TOUCH WITH .

Saturday and Sunday with relatives PENSACOLA Rosetta McDuffee and HUMANITY. .

in Panama City. daughter, Miss Mae Daniel; of His forty years' record. a business man in Floridais "

Miss Jessie Lassitter, of Pan Candidate For Geneva, Ala., are visiting' 'rela- i unmarred by a single instance of ungenerous ;treatment
of rivals or serious disagreement with associate
ama City, spent a few days here United: States: : tives at this place.
All those with :whom he baa dealt in business havo ..
this week with friends. .
Senators W. B. Daniel and wife spent good word. to say of him.. ,

The Oaks hotel has again the latter part of last week .with He has helped, to the utmoat'of his means, toot* who ;

changed managers. Mr. C. Set- fea 4 I their son, T. L. Daniel, and family have applied to him for aid and counsel ; '

terland now has the manage at Compass Lake. He aided the churches, the schools, the hospital and .
ment. was active In the organization of other agencies Helpful
I II The little child of Mr. and to humanity. .

Miss Annie Pippen of. Vernon I I Mrs., George Bell has a very bad He has been active in relief work jn time of stress.i ..

spent Saturday and Sunday case of erysipelas on'its head and Sufferers from the yellow fever epidemic of 1884 and
here, the guest of her cousin face, but:we hope, it will soon re from the conflagration of 1901 knew his name.

Miss Lizzie Tiller. cover. He has warm friends among the men and women who .
work for wages which his acts a* a public official and \ ,
The injury to,the. bank building 'Ye scribe has ,a kind feeling a. private citizen have drawn to him '

,is'being repaired. The inJury toward all who have worn the He early learned the lesson that the wage-earners 11', I

was caused by the burning white ribbons and who voted the the small merchant and the farmers pay nearly all the r

of Mr. Folsom's house'very near dry ticket and will stand for pro- expenses of government and he has denounced tJa.!tart. '

the,bank. hibition.Mr. a* the chief conspirator in this pillage of the poor \
He ha publicly declared that the high cost of giving
The steamer Tarpon made her and Mrs. Hall, of Myers' in the crime of the government_ because .It Is directly

'r- regular trip Friday, haying still will leave this week for their due, to special- favors from congress to special, favorite.. *.

large cargo, doubly large' on account new home in Ala. We are sorryto He i* a student of governmental problems and might.

: -- of the Manteo being.off the loose Mr. and Airs. Hall, as therefore, be called by a high-sounding name. but we

for the .thee.weeks for are considering this little treatise the common people,
run past : we had, learned to love them. We
which brings us back to the place of beglnillnC'la, .
repairs.Mr. wish them success.
by the way, being the beat place to end-:to say '
.' Charlie Niese died here The man who isrunningon his J M. ,
merits and against Ring and We call special attentionto .
4 Friday after a lingering illness, own : your CANDIDATE. ;

,and was burried Saturday after- Factional Politics. one car of. Page Woven wire HE IS ALSO A MAN IN HEART TOUCH WITH I

-, '- 'lioon. Mr. Niese being a young The man who is running: fence. We guarantee it to be HUMANITY. :.1' ,

man,.made it harder to give him against the Perpetuation ot the the best wire fence on the mar- .

up. We''eiitend'sympatby to the United States Senatorship in ket, being made from solid spring ,. :-- :".'"

'. bereaved. relatives, 'and.. .friends.p .? ._ Jacksonville. steel.-Dunn. ..Hardware. Co. J ; :... ...


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,. NOTICE FOR POBLICATIQN. ,u< ,, ;I. *'\ .
-. er ors w's 4 '" M nl ,
Department of the Interior, :;: rv #, ,
... \ U. a.: Land Office at Oalne vllIe. Florida : t ,

"AO. ''' ':;-, t' ." :Notice Is hereby given October that tiaasden 8 1910. &- -. \P" "j ,FJI ..::.....,::.; ..J.!

McFadden of 1 '. L I li W'Mxv.l ..o't 't,4 'J.f,; -; on September 14. 1004, made homestead .+ \ :;:

',:,. Entry No. 84001, (Serial No. K885)) for ,
10 : <.. Information for Vptfi-t .: 8w;f of se>i and ui of swjrf, Section 28, .
., to'\ ? '. .t Township :3. Nortli, Range 12 west, Tallahassee "'"' "
4.-.la ".d"I" "" -. ,;';i-r.? ;,);".. \.". ",>. Meridian has filed notice of Inten. STA3k C ] T.3: : : I
., .? ,' :/i. t."tW.i" .\.....,.;; tlon to make final fire year proof to establish : 1i .
t .., 49ttx '" t..t ... "f.i'" ;'' "" >";:.. ..' .1. w claim to the land above described, .j ___ :
"w1.EA UnltedStia a; enator$ :'' ;. })-o before the Clerk) : of the Circuit Court at
:,, has i two ft, ) s; ,.The V:, ; Vernon, Florida on the 17th day of November -

salary of a United, States Senatofil* $7S99/Pe1". VVstate ;;-' 1010. '
: 'i n ;
.._,",1 years I., ':' '" t,. Ii .i ".'-'' :fe Claimant) names as witnesses: John ./The Pariin 6c Orendorff 1 1!
I ttMHBK&p ? *
Hess, Nero McFadden. Ed Davis, Lot '
i ;..."1 t'* "The term of United States SenalofTsSffyearsV: \ i'"W : ; Nickels, all of Fountain, Florida. U S fc,., Canton, I-!! j l ,
J HENRY S. CHtJBB, *tflf
;a .. ,Theterm.ot Jamea; Taliaferro. Florida's. sen'ior Ed fee paid Eeglster. made the first Stalk Cuter ,- j j

Senator March 4 f!
expires 1911. '
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. ever built, over 50 '
II M*W 181 The'ferm'ofiDuncah' Fletcher'-f Florida's; junior I
Department of the Interior, ?
Senator*expires March 4, 1915. ; .. U. S. Land Office at Gainesville, Florida. .s years ago; today they t \''

w .. <,< United States Senators elected direr October 8, 1910.Notice building the bed '
y 'Vote oiihe.; people. Fadden of Fountain, Florida, who, on Stalk Cutter the
September 6, 1004 made Homestead En- on market -
a't! They are elected by the legislatures the several .' try No. 34837, (Serial No. 02838))for wji of l

S states. _, -. 8wJ, soU of gwf, and nwf, of sear, See-
,_.' ....- Lion 24, Township North, Range 12
Florida; has the primary system, used by political\ 1: : west, Tallahassse Meridian has filed no-
.' ""'" tice of Intention to make final five
u jjarfieaT; Instead of the old convention system, to select year
P described tclaimof then above You, none) weight in a Stnlk Cutter to do good work; You get It In this _nd
1IIIIt parfy'OmlneeS; '
t" J"d f'J. : before Circuit: with weight you vet strength The P. &:O. la practically Indestructible. Beware of .
fi 'ourt at Vernon, Florida, on the 17th*
The late N. B. Broward received the nomination-of.',. ,,- day of November, 1910. light,flimsy stalk cutters-you will rue thq',day you bay one, This one,,1II1a.t a

the Democratic. party. for United States, Senator. in.. thee ;, Claimant: names as witnesses: Gads- life-time. What do tho manufacturers thomsolvos think of lit "Back It up with an
", den McFadden, Ed Davis, J. B. Thornton
'ftptlD1arlts"Ot 1910. : '" ...." :z. unqualified 'That It what
: r John Bess, all of fountain Florida. guarantee putting p..ttt strong'- more- can you ask f

.. ., Hat! <<;hefwould have.been elected to. a' !x-r": 't, ,', HENRY 8. CHTJBB) ,
Ed fee paid Register.; _.
I ? term '
S ea byftbe'legislature of 1911. succeeding JamesP. - -- -

Taliaferro. ,- :NOTICE. FOR PUBLICATION.) PQ PQ FQ Fv : )
1M.u1-4'tils' i Department of the Interior,
dlath'has ;
left the Democratic ii
.. partyx *" a:'''\Yi,; ',t .U. S., Land Office at Gainesville, Florida, CANTON PlOWS CANTON PLOWS CANTON PLOWS CANTON PI.OWChipIey
\. -.' ;'ill nominee for"this' office. '.M''f''YI" '' I '* t fI '',.,. ,"F"., 'It 1:0: October 8th, 1910. >
\*< \ Notice Is hereby given that Jesse J4'.
legi81a i
: Unless' primary had been'called the next 1 : ? Hartleld. of Wausau, Florida, who, on
hire would have elected Senator -1eaving < ,: September made Homestead En-
:4 a ,th'eji.people o ww: ,1 r 80,1905. Hd Co.
...itH.Florida withoutanopportunity express their.."choice"at try No. 36200 (Serial No. 03543) for sK of w.
se>rf, Section 24, Township 2 North,
the ballot box.N89otne'pe \ '" Range 14 West, Tallahassee Meridian
... baa filed notice of Intention to make finalDve Headquarters for
>*.'John.,N.C. ''Stocktoo insisted on.a primary<''_,j.;';. .' land above desert bed, before the County U All Kinds of Up-to-Date Farm Machinery
'"" yi Judge at Vernon, Florida, on the 16th .
1 rata.,.. The. tate4 Democratic Executive. .' Committee-;:\ day of November,1910.

.u'3 pal
nee for United.States Senator. > }, all of Wausau, Florida.

'.. "'ijoillt'N_ bj: Stockton I U a andldate'before. the. people Ed fee paid.. II RNBY S. CHUBB Register., The First National Bank
In these primaries for nomination. ,\.f SJ$ a 1': i # ,

-.'**''"' .**'* ; remembers.that'there i NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
IS hialifrifia; selection it may bewell : ,ENSJtCOLJt""' PLR
Department of the Interior, ...
are'now in .the United,States Senate; ,, U. S. Land Office at Gainesville, Florida! -
... Depositary of the United State. .
"" r -- October 8. 1910. ;
uien11'millionaires, 16 mining stockhold- '
N 10'poo'e
Notice Is hereby given that Lott Nickels '
.Lr,22"rajlrSadstockholders and 42 LAWYERS (In- ,, of Fountain! Florida, who on Sep- Oldest and Largest Sank in West Florida. '

eluding railroad attorneys' and trustJawyers.it 1' / tember 2, 1904. made. Homestead Entry CBG.ANZzED: o-trx/ar ip. aeeo., :
ar s. ;, ; : f No. 34813. (Serial No. 0383d) ) for *w .f of .- ,. ..
J -
.. "Florida now has one, awy'r of recognized ability in nwj wH of swjf and sea( of swW, Sec- .
> '0 tton 6 Township 1 North, Range 12 west Capital Half Million ,Dollars.S / 'i
.-..,.........th. ,Senate.. Tallahassee Meridian has filed notice of "
--. ." .. ....-. ....... '
Undivided Profits "
"'.aaawww.wwThezeare.. : .now.three candldatea.before..tne. !tie .. Intention to make final five year proof Surplus: and .00,000.I
., *" -" "
to establish tit aim to the land above described \>
for Senator" TWO of these are LAWYERS.- <,'Tw u before the Clerk of' the Circuit .Interest Paid In Savings.Department at Rate of 4 per cent per Annum. _t, '

There should be LAWYERS in, the* tslnited States ta }.l Court at Vernon Florida" on the, 19th J : ......
of November, 1910Claimant
Senate.. but other classes of citizenship should also"be names as witnesses-: M. W. THe. First National Bank ..;:.
represented" there. :" **: );; .. } I:' Nixon, S. C. Mercer J. H. Mercer J. E. '
t ,
< : ,. .- ' '4' v '" ,, 1'.. A Lytes, of Fountain Florida. OF' I r4MACOLA.
John: N. C. Stockton A 7AWYERyhe lsli ;;' :it.a HENRY 8. CHUBB,
p NOT : ?, i W. K. HtBit Ja.. President W. S. KBYHBR. Vlce-Pren
a plain, ordinary everyday citizen. whose heart beats J Ed_fee paid. Register. W. J. FOKBBS Caa l"r. Tuos. W. !lltBNT. A sat. Cashier. W. N. ROBBXTS. A... Coahler
I Irccton:-F. C. Brent W. A. Blount.' W.S. Keyser Wm. H. Kllowl_ W. K. Byer. J
in sympathy. with. the people., NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. W. J. Forbes Knowles Hver. Th/oa./ W. Brent.
/ }
jg.3t '1.V1t1lfa! leon B. Broward he.has ,ledr;their ,fight,' firo: ._ Department of tbe Interior;
V clean politics and honest government for.22 years. .' U. H.. Land Office at Gainesville.Florida. e.
; : .
nor October 8, 1910.
# Class Saw Mill
I 'He hoe been true to the people. .He. has been stead (1;' ',, I Notice Is hereby given that Peter' L. Jfig MachineryWe
Hobby, one of the heirs for the heirs of
fast to principle. f : : \ James;, Hobby, deceased of Econflna,

He has never-been rewarded.' lie has made'JEijlife-;' ': I Homestead Entry No. 83081, (Serial No. Otean St., a'largestock of Portable
long* study of governmental questions from the standjpintf ,' ', 02351)) for nwj Section 17, Township 1 Stationary
.tfie inasses and he'is 'equipped to render the- South, Range 13 west, Tallahassee ilerl* Engines; Loco-
service United .iI I' '' ). dlan, has filed notice of Intention to make motive and Horizontal-Return Flue
people greaf in the States Senate. 'it"H (
final five year proof to claim to Bol1er.Baw-Mllls, Planers, Edg-
: Stockton to the of Florida. v"lfv. the land above described before the '
t'S'iJohn people
? *,; says I" Saws and Mm
Clerk of the Circuit Court at Vernon, era Belting Supplies
t "Wt 1 < ,elected to the high-office of United States Senator I Florida, on the 18th day of November, '"S''''- \fJ'' ; also engine and saw-mill supplies. -
'? '' .
will close the books-of private business and while hold 1910. J .Of I ',. '' 'Prospective will
-- Claimant witnessed Sam .
names as :
) .., ing the people's office I will attend to the people's busi"ness ;I. '"
Brayboy Dave.Canady, Calvin --Mldg y., ., i' to their' : interest to get our
only." .,' .. j t, all of Econttna Fla., George Style, oSoutbDort before buying 'A postal will bring' ours salesman. Write for illustratprices -

John Stockton has declarer! that he appeals to all Florida.IlENBT S. CHUBB ed catalog. AlacHiner-y Co..,

r rns the people of Florida for this public trust, and. that he ., Ed fee paid. Register.
22 Ocean St. !iJa fcU onvllle, Florida.
""4 'offers'eimself!! of his own. accord,and on his own merit.
NOTICE) FOR PUBLICATION.( Long. Distance. Telephone No. BT4.JVialsby .
Let us turn our faces to ,the future; let. us 'forget Department of the Interior.' .

fractional strife; let us bury bitterness in the grave of I' U. S. Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.' .
October 22, 1910. HAMILTON, M;, L, DEKLE, F., M. GOLSON.
the past, and let uy'uniteon\ a man for F Florida's hIgh- Notice Is hereby given that John W.Oxendine. Presidents\ yice-presldent Cashier.

est office, who is the candidate no' ''combination.,. the. ,. of Vernon Florida who, on .
-- "
tI' 3.. "creatui'e-ot"no April 11, 1907 made Homestead Entry
.. .. clique. r. Ho. 37044. (Serial No. 044D8)). for nej ofeJ4V
v '1. '""" National Bank.
ErECT JOHN: N. C. STOCKTON' THE Section 28, Meridian ,Range
I l 5 west, Tallahassee has filed
UNITED STATES SENATE,, and the wires will '
notice of Intention' to make final Commutation
flash the news to the w'Orld.that the cause of the people proof to establish claim .to the MARI NNA. FLA. .
land above described before the County
". has a.iln Jriumphed in Florida" politics. .
Florida, the
Judge at Vernon .on .
1 _:.., day of December 1910. "
.. ... witnesses J. N. Capital, $50,000.00Solicits
i *'" 1 ) .. 1. ', Claimant names as :
I .,. tt- Brock, Emanuel Green, D. .\.. Evans,
!p.57 v'1.al
'. Joe Washington, of Vernon Florida." Accounts of Banks, ,Corporations, Firms and Individuals./ .
in J.
HENRY S. CHUBB Our twenty years experience>in the banking business enables us 'to offer

I Ed fee paid.. Register. you the best bankingifacilltiea; of any, bank in West Florida. We also have :>

__. i iI fully equipped Savings Department in which we pay' Interest on deposits. Accounts
by mall handled as easily as by personal interview..
t f., NOTICE' FOR I'UIlL.ICAT1ON.De Send us your'business. _

nrtment of the Interior, I 'SA V!
., U. S. T'UiKi OIlicA at (Jalnpsvlllf, V\\\\\ Fti. M. GOLSON, Cashiers
Oct.83, 1910 -
Notlci, I U> hereby /given 'tbat Joseph --

It. Wachob, of Sexton; Kla., who on We:will send the Banner free for PI
.., JIIIIM 1.5th, UKr, made Il rnpsteud Entry REIN'8URANCE'r. F. F. Pelt & Co.RESTAURANT.
: No. 8.-.W1. (Serial No 03420): ) .
the of this school to
,ri LYxJF for M of IIUU and 1 t4 X bf '" term
lion 18, Towtwlilp 2' :North, lunge 12
.1 .'i' VY'Rxt TallalmssfH Meridian has tiled To Every ,White, Teacher:
uotlCH of Intention l.>make final live year
( proof to establish, lalm'to the land above! .
tr described: buforn tho County ndan at Washington CountyWho '
:.. Vernon Floridaon the 30111 day of '
sue'SI nve'mbar\ 19IO. will send Us the' news of f.,, B.. CALLAWAY, Afent.I .: Also dealers in Staple
t: Clu.lmo.nt'nlIU.: ,,, us \vft.nossfs"' : J. M.
.f 1'.1'01'. A.; Syfrett, M. HI Uf', J... T. their community; each week, or to tell of and. Fancy Groceries.
,. am pleased the'people
Knl ?I). all of.Scxton: t-la. '
,. UfNKY S. Cnunn, Chipley and vicinity, 'that I, have' purchased -

V.d'leo paid. UI' I'4ter. every two weeks at least. .. the Insurance business ofBuell, Confectionaries, Smokers -

,.t r'i1. --------J:- kJ''K. -- Correspondents: write on Cook. : Goods Fruits, Vegetables -
NOTI KFfirt tonr.icATi6 4'Departmunfof I represent'only1 the' very best "com

.'." the Interior any subject general. interest. panies-those time tried and fire""test Fish and Oysters.
D. S Lin. UUICH at ( ,
,f'. _' Oet.222,113a0.. Our only request is that they refrain ed. If you are'not' insured, I'Would> be Stocknew '
and prices
Notice Is hereby gIven that Itenjaralnol glad to write youpolicy.The'value a

of-Mfteorn/l'IorlUa.. who, on from using'tbe name of any 6f insurance'cannot be
vat P RYAoPit April 2)3tb, IIMI).!. made Home*tend -'. little' cheaper. We want
;0, C4MOIOATI. d OF Entry. No 35845 (.Serial!! No. 03336) for in calculated to give' rated. Ask a man who owns a {policy
M IIN./TCD.rCTlO"JTATCf 0' rweioa SCNATOIf'f roe eel' of neJi and eH of scJi") Section :3IJ, person a.way if he will sell itt The' savings ot aIfetjme your ,trade. Give our
'J'own:4blp.'ortb'; Range 14 west, .
offense. maybe wiped out 'in a few I
Taliunasaea Meridian, has filed no
? ,
restaurant trial. Service
J tlce of Intention to makri Dual five year .. minutes. Not so, if jrou are insured. I a.

--- proof above described to establish before claim the County to the Judge land Let us, Hear Therefore I would advise'you, ,to first class. Locatedin

:i at Verooo, Florida'on the .let day of .../ place your insurance with me.
; I A.: (i.; V cQuagge i Dcember,191O. .: :' -v"w TJtarp.building. PhoneNo.
Claimant as witnesses: Oeor eMcKeithAn. From You. j .
Fran Finch, Bud Finch of ., r. F. B. Callaway 8., .
:1 1. Mscora, Florida, Hob Taylor of Wausau, I .
: Notary Public s-.I- :. ._ Nlaf. .. r telf ,' :
) iiENRT We the News I
want '
: ; <" I I' 'k.t" tJ.: CJlUBB,' '
Stbtte'atarne. i Insurance Agent. Chipley Fla;'
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If a Boy Only Know. Nervous Collapse. -FARQUHAR MACHiNB'RV' '

If a boy only knew how his in- 4ai 13. Doy St..t.JACKSONVIL'LE. ,

Cbiple'y w meD Break Down Because PL.ORIDA.
tnot ner life shows in his outward ,

bearing, this would be a stimu- they have Kikney trouble : Everything; for the saw mill aitd

lus to good, honest, straightforward and don't know it. plaJnlnK riD,. ,We.aarenow lU f

Women of every age and condition
living. Machinery
Will Build the well known Farquhar
break down and to
are brought vergeof
The difference in'carriage address -
You utter collapse because they have kidney I direct to the user, which eseaMl.
--, Up and facial expression of a troubles and don't know it. The '

and Make boy when he istrying to live an disease saps vitality, hatters nerves, a, Baring to our etMsWMnv

honest and useful life, as compared makes work, rest or sleep impossible. Large Stock-Eaajr_Term*.

.. You Strong; when he leading a lazy, dishonest If you are tired out, iritable and depressed .Send for Cat-Ooff-iowl Prices.
suffer from dizzy sick headaches -
Old tired weak insincere life is most not -
people, pain in the back and sides Irregular -
? run down people, delicate iceable. True, there are a few flow of the urine, etc., don'tneglect

children, frail mothers, and, boys whose- face and manner it, for delay is,often fatal. Be- UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. Florida .State. IJee For \Vom.n

those recovering from severe seem capable of conceiline their gin.using: Doan' Kidney pills,. and GAINESVILLE TALL AIIASSEI
and see how-quickly you will feel better, A Superior But Inexpensive Jactitation for College ef Arts aad jailsarsn I \ Honnal sled.
illness, this is a fact. real thoughts and purposes Florida Young Men. School of Music.School of Art. School ef FuSMsloti.
work better rest better and sleep bet- I .School of Sfosae AoDAssstca
Thousands of genuine testimonials feelings, but these cases are, rare ter. Doan's Pills have cured Poor college, agricultural experiment station: First class .....Iptuar.t.* T tIoaf -
Kidney Unirenitjr=tensbs.6 tirelusenrs. and saslst- Other*.enseeirety-. :hbr'la/or..alios
from reliable'people There are few bovs who can playa many Chipley women. Here's Chipley ant. 80 per cent Increase In attendance last address. ;
Attractive building and campu For
year. .
prove this claim, and to part for any considerable time. proof of it. catalogue address. A.ArMtla.IIEE.ProMtst. EIVAIP CON1ASI irides.

further support the fact and All boys appreciate and long Mrs. Margaret Davis, Jackson St., *=

prove our faith in what we for approval and praise. If they Chipley Fla. says:' 'For some time I SHOP. .-
was in poor health and was fully We promptly obtain U. 8. and Plea>elgp: CITY BARBER
say, we unhesitatingly de- could only realize that is useless
aware that I was gradually growing ,
.'clare that any one who will to expect this unless they really worse. My nerves were all unstrung,

I try a bottle of VINOL will deserve it! They are often deceitful my sleep was fitful and I arose in the No WalU"Q

have their money returned in particular 'acts and at morning feeling unrefreshed.- alsohad 3 Baitb&re 3 ..

without Question if times but the cases a poor appetite and felt languid..' Bend model,sketch or photo of invention fee
they: are particular free report on patentability. For free bookCASNOW ,
not satisfied that it did them when lad deceives My daughter finally procured a boxofDoan'.a ,
are rare a many Everything Up.te-N w.
Pills for at McGea-
Kidney, : me
good. the of his life -
people as to course chy & Go's drug sore and I began to Shave, ...... .. ISc.
S.E. McGeachy,.Druggist, His usual tone of thought and use them. They did me so much good Haircutting ........ %Sc.

aim, his likes and, dislikesinfact that I continued taking them_and today Shampoo, i.... ...... 25c.
Chipley,,Fla. in better health than for Massage, .....,...... %Sc.
the general nature of .his am yearsI Opposite U.S. Patent Office Hair Singe..I'.. 2Se.We .
Doan's Kidney Pills*
Is Your For Sale? real life-is known to all who owe much to WASHINGTON D. C. ----
Property For sale all dealers. Price 50
have to do with him. by .Solicit .Your tronare.
of Trades cents.. 'Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo,
The Board
Chipley I recently observed a boy who 'Very tespectfuay.W. .
New York, sole agents for the United
_ receiving many "inquiries for has of late been'aiming at better States.. WANTED INVENTORSto I D.' Pet re, Propr.'

homes, farms, stock lands, etc. things, honestly trying to 'do Remember ,the: name-Doan's-and
If you have such property for write for our confidential. letter before ap.
sale in in much better; his whole bearing, take no other. promptly obtaintU. be worth money. '
rent the
or county;or We pr B.and ForeigDPATENTS JJ.JO1STES.; -
or near Chipley, and wIn five usa his.tone and inflection :when bespeaks

full description of it, 'we will to me seems so much Left Handed Vituperative. XttOm.7-At"LaW.
undertake to find Most counties In England have their and TJIADE 'MARKS/ or a ENTIRE -
help you buyer more gentlemany and sincere.. attorney's .wnd.. Idiomatic to denote left .
Please state size,. location.. and or photo and w* an- IMMEDIATE
ADd; similarly when a lad gets handedness and they are 'often prefixed FREE report. on p.ten i
distance from town; amount in best and advise and
the legal service our
cultivation and timber; numberand careless:: and reckless and unmanly to the unfortunate left term handedchild's charges are moderate.Try ma 1))., CARMIUHAEL.; -
name. In London the Istack'
in his conduct one traceit SWIFT & CO.
condition ,
buildings; water may handed, the word being also ,' Attorney' at Xttaw.
supply, fruit stock, etc., namingthe to the letting down of his ambitions equivalent to .awkward In Lancashire Patent Imvryor,'. ...Co leotfoae.a Speetalty. -

lowest price and terms and and aims. If lads couldsee It Is k-pawed.. In Yorkshire gal- Opp.U.S.Patent O1ftce.Washington. D.C. ,'tlu l.y. Fla -
mail or send, in to would lock ,6-r 'gawk banded an' erprNlIIItn I --'- .
themselves, it be a remarkable I "
datingback, to at least the seventeenth
help to their .conduct. In Derbyshire '. :
century. used ho
Chipley, Fla.RIrAandMacuw.c. -Er;; terms keg banded, cork banded and Botanic J Do -; '"

corky handed while In the- Teesdale : -
aI I ..
district cuddy handed Is.common and YOU ; ::. "
I Lame back cornea on suddenly and le extremely in Nottinghamshire wallet handed.In BIoodBalm '
/ to Lara ft magfcclo about.l.atrldryIM*for VOTybody.I palnfbl. It ia oanaed .b, rheoma.tlm the south of En"land'specIal .. iPHI ,

AND/4 coming ale tool e.4.-uda.wb|. Blmpl.pan ItlGftl.ftillofelctaM. I of the mnolee. Quick relief le afford: terms to denote left handedness are (B. B. R) Cores Through tbe Blood Take !
S.B.pi ed by applying! Chamberlain'sliniment.. also found. .In Dorset It Is ;sera me I

ffJ *ftftt.copy AM el.r.y.t..sm Iff yo ithli ... Sold by City Drag Store A. 8 E MoUeaoby handed handed and Scotland In Devonshire we Bnd coochjrTn awl BIO d Poison, A ? 'n-I\TlmO o i i- I

.a.au p at..oe.Bottw.P ed.wPhotopesphTtoerba h Q q handed.ani in the west rawry' banded.g PAINS, CAN UU un: .o UflnHUisI ra n lU V'B*?
Awakes ai from a Dream.' In Ireland a left handed man Is calleda '
rcrytaody. aRICANPHOPM'RAlNtIeaCM1" klthogoe. Tim Healy used this wordin If not )
pictures, It. tBatutlnil One of the most remarkable a speech at East Wleklow, In which ; II

ly prfa*coHtettB. stories ot,the from he said that Mr. O'Kelly could fight .
Critldiin, ? ..en.ne.PHOT'S year with his left band and had already Rheumatism, Eczema 'not? : .
If wads you mention Sftmpl the small town of Kenton, .Ohio, given his opponent some "kltbogcues I I Itching Humors. Why ; I
AmtrIois Photography i iS Jq R1, which tells of whose mind that would his '
kl.M. a.man spoil political beauty a B.B. B. (Botanltf Blood Balm) Is the only Blood 'J
Beftcoa St. Baton forty made blank during.the contest.-London Chronicle I remedy that kills the ooison hi the blood and then We will tend THIS BANXKB petpliato ....
,years ago was I purifies It-mending"a flood of pare, rich blood direst any address,for ft per 7rt BOe.for Ib
by an explosion at a saw mill Shell Sculptors.The i to the the disease skin surface is located.Bon In_this Joints way, and all wherever Sore- month; 85o,.for three acna"".. / -' I,

A Word With You and his name is John William workman manipulated the comb j pains Ulcers.and Pimple aches of Eruptions Rheumatism are healed ceases and swellings cured
translucent subside. U.B.B.completely change the blood
I Exline. Waking as from a long of pale tortoise shell like into clean healthy condition giving the skin the Or :. --
dream Jbisimind has cleared .and putty, molding the. top with. his- fingers "- ,rich red hue of perfect health. B.B. B.cares the .
Into small balls. wont old cases. Try it.
MR. MERCHANT... BOTANIC BLOOD BALM (B.B.B.) U pleasant and he is He is dazzled
again. I
sane "Ton thought we carved shell beyfhe 1, ale to take;composed: ol pure Botanic Ingredients New Yrok Thrice-.Week WedS, erne yew i
and amazed by automobiles, telephones said with an Italian aCt'ent.No.. ; tpurlfles and enriches the blood. B.B.B.strengthen for .
You cannot look about you *the nerves and builds up the broken-down $1.65 -
no. We heat It up and mold,It We ., ,
and To him .teaI. Dauooiara. $1 PKB LAKOB Norma ,: "
on the streets without seeing aeroplans._ are shell sculptors." with directions for home ca_ <=:: ;> -r.

people who have money runs the story, these are almost Betook three pieces of shell from a BALM SAMPLB Co.Scirr. A-ruirrA.Fau by GA.writing When to writing BLOOD for Or. .

in their pockets which oughtto beyond'beliet.- His astanishment pot 'of steaming water and laid then samples lire name of you trouble.if TOO know. '
very (carefully. one on top of tbe'other., We will Mild T .BJ BAA-MB aa4 Ike"'
is childlike. He can't understandit I
be in your cash drawer. In a press. OOO9OOOOOOOOOOO9OOOOOOOOOWhen Atlanta Weekly Joarnal.o..'.....for|l.: t
or to your credit in the bank aince.it seems as if he hadjustwaked. "Shell is like glue," be saldL. These
three will weld together and you want
You cannot look about ., from a trance beginning Or
you .not a sign of a seam will show. Sometimes PRINTING '
in your store or shop with- only yesterday. -we:weld nine,four twenty pieces aj
Call on | ,...
= .
out seeing goods that these .. ,together. I learned my trade In Na. It you want all three pepere-Tta .
should SLEEP. ple I don't want to boast but we BAKMKR, The New York World,'Th..1e.- '
same people own- ;
the best workers fa -
.Neapolitans are lantit Jouraal-wewill make the eztreM
should now be using. The,first sleep ia the soundest; hell and coral that there are In the 000900000000000000000000 y low price of only t9,8B for the three .|.- ,
an.,_ wor Philadelphia Bulletin. 'inTHE per.
r..It after the first hour the intensity Advertise
These facts hold 6ood.- : Tr.mforraation. BANNER I Today le the ttroeptable 1f nttnb.ariltc
of sleep slowly diminishes; hence .
even: if you have been doing the value of forty winks after Irene was a little street waif. A kindhearted I Fo1 best results.oooeoeeoeeoeeeoceoeoecocco.

a good business lately, dinner in woman called her Into her THE ,mm.
quickly recuperated
home her bath, brush
one day gave a ,
They are the .sort of facts, '
shattered powers. Temperatureand ed her hair and arranged It becomingly -' -' -- ---

which make store-keeping vitality: are lowest about 2 ,'tying it with clean pretty ribbon. 1
the most interesting in' the then stepped back to view the result FRE
world-the a. m., so that two hours'' slee be- A friend who :was present remarkedthat L0fl

most tantalizing fore midnight are worth four .then, was such a change one "

one, too. thereafter. Nature has no .rule would scarcely know that ,It was the MARKEGOFFER: "
tisMfceVemJCOD same child Then'the little girl spoke
as to the length of sleep, except ..
Do you realize that you up timidly. "But.my name's Irene yet -

can reach these people. every that men need less than women ain't Itr-Delineator. "
week" since women are the most sensitive -

creatures, and a woman'sheart rrs.n"Ane .w.ercw.uw..g/v V
If you'place an adv. WE DO
in The Banner.It's beats five times more in a HOW WOULD YOU LIKE
minute than a mans. Sleep p:

-worth.trying.Ferry's should be just BO long that when DILL LETTER $100 In Gdfl-$100?'

you awake in the morning a HEADS R.BEADS 1

stretch to and land a yawn in only a are daytimeof necessary NOTE ENVELOPES' Everyone who sends us in a list! of RngKali; mrrU.nrfe np of1: y

rOA bounding vigor.you As ,to early BEADS I BUSINESS any, or all. of the letters in, .

rising, it is comforting to hear ST TEMENTS. N CARDS "FRENCH ,MARKET' COFFEE; : _

.. tnwvitvarzPnrelr Dr. Brice say it: is ,a habit that ,
.. ice has far CIRCULARS PAMPHLETS will receive present The sending in"die -
; I gone to.wreck the constitutions a one cmuccat fistt.:

: A of many a growing youth. MILL T COMMISSARY of words will be given One Hundred Dollarin-GraloV 'Him. .-_

t' I CIIECKS I OBEC dreds of other valuable presents will be- given free. to- contest

t\.. .r.the best Seeds known and .J The old old story told times without Dom RECEIPTS RAFTS -
the most rellabl seeda grown. ber and repeated orer and over again tor For list of presents and particulars regards
Brery pae.lla.elula: bahlnd It the)rapatetloo the last 86 built u always a welcome VEDDING VISITING ask _
of s boWIe whose btuioess itandwA are the years ins contest, your grocer, or write to
highest la the trades tory to.&___in search of health-There ia" 'C
Ferry* !'.' .... A..1 will be.....FJUSBeolored nothing!i*.tberwarU.that en....eoughs and I INVITATIONS, G CONTEST DEPARTMENT
to all spptloMt II eontalns p&M. D7er.raud i
IDlldrtp"---Ud 4I.'t cold M quickly .. Chamberlain's cough; '. NEW ORLEANS COFFEE CO. "
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Seeds, Iimlus 1WO :.:.f.1.lW remedy. Bold by City Drug Store and 8.K.lioOeacey. ,130', 'ER SI ,
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w Florida Indnstry.EHorida small boy'sirame 'as? li"gazed ;. . .
eagerly nto the depths of the ,
t ; ? has recently. adopted! a '- .> -
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murky puddle. .-.
: veVfojrml 'ihdustfry1: by the T

.f..n { mattesses .. Mrs.. Slater's patience; a..at.. .
t n h.ct: : .: pil '
; .. lo (vs and cushions composed oft an end SllenUshe- crept up H 4"T JOB
behind the delinquent and then
: !- sponge! material. The sponge
1 iafcleansed ot all foreign sub- suddenly seizing, ;byhe .' .
shoulders; shook him'violently to i
4 stancesby scrubbing -process ,
& Ii, largetauks'ofwatef'tbenrunt and' fro. 1 ; '.' ...c PRINTING] .;J
You rascal! she cried. ; .
il gh wringers*and.?the drying -"T .
me .
$ t continued by subjecting it to .. ,
blast ; No,, ma, replied the youngster --
.f.I': t acold-air ? After 'being '? .
: I didn't hear the
shredded by machinery, stej riliz1 stoutly. you .
: first three times and the last '. -; :
1]; t' ed andrendered! odorless bit ti; x "
chemical material time I had;a bitel Creates, good impression 2
treatment, tne .
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ii fr : ,,' .. :.: .
;; -'subjectedagain' to c61d-air .' :' "correspondents ;:t..
'' Did Hearst.shyat, the Colonelor .", .
",z, is ready/or..use., It. is : .J

...i( grimed that, the sponge mat- did the. Colonel' shy at Hearst"'. ? .. oP and helps i
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presses: are'only about "'n -third ;'. : ''' to give your business

.' oft the weight and 'cost'only' abouttwothirds _.T music of Bob .Taylor's fid : \JI . '

.,, as murh.' as; those, of- dle' is still'dear' 'to-the ear of...'.the' uoJ .prestige. ; .. .
tile same size: made of' hair; that Democrats of- Tennessee.. '; I I
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-i;; they are thoroughly' Springy yet A ''b ,

.::1: .. i firm'arid durable* and .that they tifjeeq &ent! cotton .Js ,mairch- .. '

W'f 'ale' especially sanitary; A," pillow ing on. ,' : .
.. We Do 'Neat Printing
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measuring: in. weighs ,
ti -f lb., feather! pillows of the same SHALL. WOMAN: VOTKf,: ; At Reasonable, Prices. .

slie" weighing 3Jbs:' Other; art\-\ li they did,millions} would vote Dr Kings
; New LifeFillctbe.true:.remedy for women.Forbanishlagdul'tal ,
prp'dpts'dJare' : ) :
-c.1>!3 A pohg'ercuah !: ged feelings, backache -, ..
:' ion and a toy sponge ,ball, as constipation, dispelling colds, Impart -. .. ,- .

::; light as'.an inflated rnbberfb l .+. ingappetite and toning upthe'systemthey ....., .sIS r ;.' r.y + .
are unequaled. Easy safe, sure. 28o. at .
?. l1 IGCa11'sMagazine.. .. .. S. E. AIoGeucby's.i next order '
I .t; .O-:.' ;-. .. -- -:......." < :. ." ,Give us. your ,

('i. $.-w&-3. _"'*.*_-!Shopping... .... nues.-tOUS.t... : ..,..,. ."-.; .-.-. i. A Salutarjf Lsssen.- . and, we will give you perfect .

.. .. ,,-":' 'JBuy.at.home" ,...,where. "'1< ..<:: you:< know. the-'Nov'reaewlwr English corporal yuur: when ttHlaies.posting" said the t..... s satisfaction thus

., deal .,hi .b.usln: ss..l'.prlDct.; Irish recruit 'sentry. ''It'10U.et' a

pies and the reputation of his Ueutenant-he wearer one star on his .(1) making you one of our. .r .
shoulder-slope arms; if a captain- '
'store. two ..tars-.lope arms; If .You'.ee' a ,..regular customers.CHIP .

1 Keep your .moneycirculating ,major-:-a crown-present arms;,if UucolonelTatars . .' .. ,
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and.,crown present and : j ; \ 1 I ..
H" your. hQme.tov'1! so that the ,,
"- turn i nt 4 he;gaQ rd," t t 0 : ","I .. : t : .' .
men ofyour family may 'bring Pat pondered his order carefully. ,. t .
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,. (some of it, back into, yo.u'" pur'se but 'presently he. was'awakened from J .". .. 'I, _
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again..' '' ', '-.' his reverie.by the approach of the genTbatjjwortby'son f : ,'
eral.Co '; THE ; ., ,
Look for quaiity ."ast- much as of"'Mars' surveyed -

..,. price. 'Things 'wlilchiwear; 'J h. the cross swords-. the, gallant officer's J. : $.t .. .

geJ: and' look "better''are cheaper shoulders and as be waa Dot included .
In the corporal's category aim, 6 LEY= BANNER
at a higher price; pure foods ply nodded cheerfully; :. I : ,.

which really nouriSh-- pure foods "Well my mun.'Vuald the genial general V. s

1 labor-saving! devices for the I "and who,,are you. 'supposed to

: :home-in-a'wordquality goods be'r'"I'm supposed to be a bit of a sentry Chlpley, Fla.

'backed by the claims of their said Patrick. "And who are .

/ .makers.theseire! the true econ" four / *}; : ... $ :
: ; HOhr I'm supposed to be a bit of a"general \: "--M/rash is- :
omies.. never ,cbeap !" said tbe latter. '

1 Buy for cash when you have i it*; .: "A general, is it T' cried the startled .
meatis "*credft when Pat. .' "Tb n' ye'll :want something big. \

: that l haven't.. you The, but oorp'ral nothing tould about' me yourself about the at others all-, ..,. I; 1 ........................ $.

; It' Shop atko.m;as wellas, in ..the"store. at all. But bold bard a minute, and : yOU'KNOW

Make'your. shopping list I'll that'll give'do,"ye the bayonet exercise. It E-- DO !

'J at home,.. .Read the ads.. 1u
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That now i. the time to build that home 'or business house
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the Woman-and ,H Ma.t.r.
Study t1ie j :claims 'which.. r
'i- 'The 2T. you have been considering The prevent business depression
and his friend sat
; ,' makers and merchants are will- v& has reduced the price of lumber and building materials; labor 'Iiii"I.
+ {j far into the night discoursing on_things .. A cheap and plentiful, and you can'build now for 25 to 50 per ffi
t to put .,their names to in in general and smoking strong shag. '*ST cent less than in,
Woman,? said the former" oracu .
LAI Bin[ 'i>k"%4 4e.: -v f ( !( ':. lady, "was meant to fill subordinate '< JUNE 1907 OR JUNE 1908.
'.B\ Learn about ..the ..hewgoods position In the scheme 'of creation 0 | ,. :

coming-into the market Man Is naturally her master. .She
*: A When you think of lumber orJbulldlnR material, think of us
*5f'" '"- '" -tr- cannot rationally oppose his will. He 2 and the fact that we have completed a modern up-to-date mill ::

Is instinctively and by the law of nat work mill, and can furnish everything made of wood used in 0
'ural selection the dominant anima :.a. a building. m sill to comb, and that .we can. 0
::1: NUT SOURY FOU BLUNDER.j Woman .may learn to revolt but she ,
can never 'learn to.rule. She'has one & DO IT QUICK: &
"lf nif! .Jriendq hadn't; blundered to twnkJng'I '
mission ylnv life-that of obedience.Man e
waa doomed ttcIIm'oL co'nsunaptlqn; U Sash Mouldings Framing Bank
Is' born! to lead woman to follow.
"-1'nilghrnotWalive hoW" 'writes D. T. Doors Casings Flooring'' Drug
Man Is born to command .woman to c:1J:
? :lnr.RIr8i ofiHirrodsbar: Ky.', !'but fouryears Blinds Base Ceiling Store :
1 they saw every attempt to cure a comply. She, If secure only In her Frames Finish Siding Fixtures;
is'at her and
weakness. It once duty
y a lunx-racklngcoiigb fall :"At last 1 tried Pr delight to obey her.superior and"Then k Estimates cheerfully. ;furnished. 'Freight paid' to. your. 'statioiTif -
/ ) Klnjijh( | m W 't>i';epvery; The effect wa s the:door opened and there appeared : desired. 0

k ,wonaerfut.ylLeoon, Stopped tbe oough( -and the 'head of female''thereat."TbeophilusP 0H
k r moe".be terh4altb! th nil; have;been : :
,for years, Tbiewonderfn111tdeaver1! 1 f" anA : e. J ; .
"how often have .I told you not to
|1' unrivaled remedy jfor couichs colds, lugri|>; .
smoke your horrid tobacco in the li : MARIANNA P'iA.
j\ asthma, croup. hemorrhages, whooping braryIt's' bl\lt'past 2.11". Come to"bed -
Tf cough ot"weak ]lungs OOo. $f. Trial bottles LONG DI8TAMCB PHONE l/4. :
:3, free.; Guaranteed by 3..E. jMcGcaohrA ... Instantly. .

it,... -,.r.p' _. _............}::---- .. And friend philosopher silently--by'' the sighed hand, shook'his 'and. ..........................

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-\| y. u..-?a'' CoWp',...' ..-lea. Angier.. Th. Sam. Dim-' .nfons. tJ"J.J 0) The New YorkVodd DR. R. E. TILLER,

5r- Gh ldren"-can .be proeokirigly ..
; The bride to be had the air of on* ) Thrlce-a-week Eedltlon. DENTAL SURGEON,
} 'irM Js nnrecooclled .to ,tbe existing '
suits ; :01-
f : state of a 'alra. ."Can't we take' a 'The Tbrlce.a week World hopes to be ,Chipley Florida.Office .

if oftfi4ashrededougb''tti make; 'asked wedding plaintively.trip, "as we planned. she" $ o In,1903 a better paper' than ,It has ever I over First Nat'l Baijk.
been before and it has made Its arrangements -
.'......bbr. pnieaient-deafness! entire1y.convincing. Not Just now/'-said the young man. = COCO accordID lj. Its news service COY

,. .. .A,case._in. point fon account of.'my: partners: Illness.' : ers the entire globe and It,reports .everything \
"1 thought It would be such fun, ,
j.is Cited 1t''the-Dundee Advertis- fully)) promptly and accurately It
rt "r%. > *r taking: that 'six 'dl1)'sjournez' In tbe Is the only paper; not a dally which Is M AttornC7'at Law..
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I.er. .. cars she sighed. _
NN"-I'\ "" good as a dally'and which will keep you
-4;k JQbn1e! !come' m to dinnersrt2ra. "Well, now, see here" said the completely Informed of What Js. happening JWOffk ova 'lit .........Bantu ,

..Slater stood at the doorof young man. "I! we take the'tlatlooked 1 throughput the world..
; : .at ;yesterday If 11 be Just the The Thrloe-a. week' Wbrld Is fair In Its! ,i Careful attention. given al) matter entrustomrcana. .
hefcottag'et'Jookirig over to Collections made:.
same a : ,
I Acmtlor raapoaMihto tlaoe and Bre-teatcd in
\ vvaril a, Small-boy .who was., fish? room.,except that the scenery! won't. -' from Ita columns) whether you are..a, Eepobllcan auraacecoaoade..

:* titrbA'ttatonthe'hrimof'a pud-. Book For Him- you speot&l want.A ) feature of the'Thrlce-&-weck

f .'1dle-_'" .' .. ,/ .,. There was a backward student. at i:::. World has always been Its serial fiction. CURTIS L. JONES,

Jobn"-ni -dinnerl ,Baliol who for failure ..iopasn an examination Itpnbllshes hovels by the best authors In
In Greek wad, "sent.'down." Q.) the world novae which In book form sell Notary Public State at Large
?$tiJl..t f1'1 oy" wen tori fishing.. His mother went',.to1 Bee, the master; for$1.60 apiece and Its high! standard in .

.:.' Jojipnlelr. '..., .. .. Dr. Jowett, and explained to blm what .. this respect will be maintained In the fut .. All.business entrusted to
an excellent lad her son w... "It is ore 1.1110' the past.
.:t u..No aner. . -
: a :bard. experience ,for him tiffs disgrace The Tbrlce- -weef World's regular ,my care will have my,prompt
;V If.voujfon't:come'in to dinner ," said the old be will .
V- ; &> ...' lady "but .; : subscription price Is only Cl.OO per year attention. Fees reasonable..
'* af:once';i'c', my: son tbreatened-Mrs. hoe the consolation) of religion, -and : and this pays tor 194 papers. We offer
<--M, 1- h **- there is alwayS one book to which be I this unequalled newspaper'aridThe Ban 1 Can be found at Post Office
taf tr t1 vvpn't give you at :
f ; ; any!: caD.tum." Jowett eyed; her moment .. er together for one' year for l1.6.The .

-._......1J." ....>'.,.ii'- ;> -t .. and then answered: 'Yes ..ma4am..tMI '. ;-" :. ". regular subscription price ot, the.two, paper Wiausau Florida.
.9",1 ;;a'sudden tension of thej I Greek grammar Good morning." *Is 13.00... ,


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] Town,. Topics: .II ,Democracy's, I. Clean Sweep. ] Personal. : IT -

Not u Office Lost la Washington Conn-

The wood man is beginning' *"to tyr-Prohlbitlon Amendment Loses. A. D. Campbell, 11 spentTuesday I'' .HINTS TO FARMERS.Now .
see where be gets his.; \ at Cottondale. &
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.. Quite a number ot people from Tuesday, the great and important T. A. Dekle was down from
the country in town Saturday. general election day has Campbellton'ueaday.' '
is the time that you realize
passed, and in Washington; coun- ,
Better begin; savin6r.r.1oup"penenies ;, W. A. Pippen was over from .
; Christmas, is getting; '< near.,'., Democracy won \a sweeping; Marianna to vote Tuesday. r on'your season's, work. ,
"' our citizens/ victory, not a man on the democratic >* jtf -
Quite a number of % As you sell your cotton grain,
ticket was lost, but instead Miss Helene Shivers spent several '.
seeing the sights of the fair
; they won by handsome m jori- clays in Pensaoola last week. stock or other produce, place _
at Pensacola this week.It \;/ ,
ities. Tax collector W. I#. Gainer your money on open account with
is easier to pull down thanto ,
However the prohibition
transacted b here Satur- -
inesg's reliable bank.
build up; easier ,to find fault amendment, which meant so day.. a

than to lend a helping i hanlI much for sobriety, was lost by a Pay all your bills by check .
Shrevalle was down from
">A reputed wit declares that mall vote. which makes' the best kind of a
Aycock for a fewjfthours Satur ,
conclusions are masculine-...because Up to the time ot going to _.
it has been toget i day'f receipt. and avoid, the worry and
Women jump at,, them., ,_ press impossible )
returns from all the precincts Mrs. Glover*of ""Dothan, Ala., danger attending the carrying. .,
Every day is worth living if ,
in the county, so we just visited, with''relatives, here last
what is worth the '. 'of large of '
you buy mon- ***'""" sums money.
give the total vote for the candi- week. : -r ,
ey, and yore able to pay for it. "
dates from the precincts heard Prof. W. TTIforne; of Wau- Our offices. are always at the-
Sunshine, ventilation of sleeping .
sau, transacted'business here disposal of our customers and .
rooms and well cooked food The precincts beard from are: Saturday. :

will make the doctors bill small. Nos.: 1, 2i; 5, '7, 11, 12, 14"15, 17, iI-l __ country friends.

DeFuniak,,Ponce de Leon and 19, 20, 23,-24,.25.And F, B. Callaway: ",)is spending -
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this" week in Liberty I"nnntV'nn ahunting :: .
:St.: Andrews all Had Ores the in these precincts the can- -- ,, '-----01 -- '7"

same day of Chipley's fire last didates received, -the, total vote as I ; trip.'Sheriff "" ]' < 'i, The First National Bank .

week. recorded opposite their nam s. Alletf and,Solicitor Carmichael -

Glad : ) come in! !f )VernonFrlday.evenlng. OF CHIPLEY.Dunn
/ wedding bells will rin For Representative: .
/in Chipley'early ,in December for R. L. McKenzie 632

two of Chipley's popular young L J. A.Sims, 333 E/A.: Simonton, of the McMil

( people. 'or County Judge: lan'section visited, with friends .

v Circuit court adjourned Friday I. A. Hutchison,* 665 here a few days\ this Ji.week.* ;
afternoon after a strenuous (?) For Tax Assessor: Hon., C. L,., Wilson passed I II I

week's work. Court will convene Bee Brooks, 311J. through here Saturday morning

again today. .J. Williams, 659 enroute:home, rom'Vernon.

For Tax Collector: ,., ,',
The Times Union it is Hudson'' children
says Mrs.JTbad and -
W. B. Gainer 638 : '
strongly suspected tnat.the, rub- G. J. Parish, 354 ,left Monday for McDavid ,
ber trust is an important factor for week's'visitto,her parents. ... .
in For Treasurer: ,.,\""''''',,,i Yi .-..,,-. ,. '-. ,, .
keeping; stockings up.. '. E. C. Roche, 302 Mrs. A. I. Miller left last week .i/ \

Is your advertisement In the H. B. Tiller ., 649 for Shelbyville. ,,J 3.Tex' ., where. she Hardware .- '

Banner? If not, it is your fault, ,Co. Com. Dist. No.: 1: was called to be With. '.her, father,

not ours.. The Banner is published I J. L. Ellis, ', 366J. who.. 'is quite ill.' )..,- > '? T :

L in the interest of the''' people T. Hightower; 5'191 '"\ of -
/ Hattie.Hodffes, ,, Apalachicola -
of this section, and our 'advertising Co. Com. Dist. No. 2: a' visitor here
/ wasv CO.
4 ; columns speak ,for A. C. Gilbert, 517 Thursday' night; 'the guest of -
themselves.The A. W.,Weeks
436 Mrs. R! C. Williams. *
friends of Mr. and Mrs. Co. Com. Dist. No. 3:
W. J.Hall tender their L. A. Brock, 415 f Mrs. J. L. Vickers" and child We
sympa are Doing Thingsat
left last week for a two monthsvisit'to
S. L. Davis
thy in their bereavement; :caused ;, 509
so'n i'
her in'Texas. We,
by the death of, their little ,son, Co. Com. Dist. No. 4; _
Carlton, which occurred Tues- D. 'F.:'Gunn, '" 499 wishher 1".' a pleasant trip.t this Store. Come _

day afternoon. The little fellow W..W. May, Jr. 336 McK. Campbellwas over from

was sick only few hours. Co.,Com. Dist. No. 5: Marianna and spent Friday look-
';, .J. R. Luke ,'I 321J. ingafter"Tusinessomatters> andshaking see us when you want
Do want"better'
we spellers H. Porter, 563 hands with friends.J. v. '

among? our tf.so.coming let all the men schools and women in Meb. School Board, 1st Dist: W: Berry of Apalachicola, Good Hardware. See? :

W. F. Russ. 548
spent Tuesday herewith his
Washington county fall in line.
a The spelling ,contests in J. W. Swindle, 345 parents! B. W Berryand: family.
everycounty Mem. School Board, 2nd Dist: ,... -
He UI'UI .' >fp Tf\{P..n..nt" f\n l
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H program; state \
G. B.Bush 550 I business. ", ,1 I' -A.. G. ivicyuagge
, Superintendent Holloway.. The i ,
Levi Yates
details will be given later. I / Cotto'a and
Charlie ; E.I. Mathews General
Mem. School Board, 3rd Dist: Manager.
is: II A most horrible accident occurred B. F. Carter, 494J. ;.Millville, passed'ithroue-h- a

Monday morning; just B. Varnum, 316 town, ,Monday enroute1 to Vernonto
1% south of town. Two of the'small ForCmendment: 361 go; before the School Board in

1 boys of N. B. Hays cut a tree, Against Amendment: 438 the interest of the Millville
and as it fell his little two year Vcbool.v. .-( ,* "'*,
' f. -
Id son was caught under it. His The prohibition amendmentwas Curtis L. Jones of W'ausau, OOOOOOOOCJDOOOOo00ooo ,, _'

head was crushed and death ,was defeated by a vote o f from carried his wifehqme,., Wednesday

instantaneous. The Banner 3,000 to 5,000. ." Mrs. Jones has been here Horses & -. .
I" i "' =- *" *"-* Mules.
joins.the friends of the bereaved several.1 weeksrundergoing; an

. family in tendering;.sympathy :, In the national election the operation and"'."other' ,medical
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Have you been in your school Democrats made gains; all along treatm- 'nt. .'v.., Just '

yet? Go and see what your boy the,line, and from present prospects -, ',. ." Received. .

is doing. That the Democrats will control q-- ..e..e.e..IJ..I.lIe..
,,' boy or girl is Dunn Hardware Co. wants to

"..! dearer,to you than the bank, the the next congress; see'you: at theirof,business. Our Hot t>y. We insist that every transaction\ made-

store, the farm, the orange I New' York, Massachusetts, with us must be satisfactory. We fully 'appreciate that a

.' grove or the cat tit;by,the thousand New: Jersey, Connecticut and Let no slowly you've setting' ;boosting sun record satisfied customer is a living;, moving advertisement and a

S on the range.; Next-to you, Ohio all ,seem to ,have elected >a 'day no positive necessity to any successful business. '

J the best real friend to your child Democratic governors. done ,, ."'1:<;.',....'> Gttmo see our Stock. a

is the teacher. Are'you helping While it is pretty sure the Make the Dunn.Hardware .Co.store .

: or hindering the work of tbe next House will, be Democratic, your headquarters when in Dunn-Coleman Co.

i S school? The teacher nine cases it is quite probable that the Sen- town.. -"' I :---ooo..oODO OOOOOOOOooaOOrJDDCJOOOO

out often, knows more than ,yon ate will remain Republican. Don't"' be a bundle; of nerves. I

do about, school teaching and Be regular natural and,temperate .
Hunting parties are-out every Times of are generally -
'management. Encourage him Thanksgiving; 'day is coming; your- habits. /::\ daynow; some of them come in times of terror? but the day
her. ;< ?
or reports on the turkey crop shouldbe The'nicestltneof harness.-.. ever with,well filled bags. never shines in which this ele-
Some one has 'said that the supreme showing up.When" "V ink Chipley at the Hardware storeof Circuit court' adjourned last ment may not work. _

human achievement is to your sewing; machine 'Dunn, l Hardware' .. : Friday evening until Thursdaynext : The progressive farmer) is

make resolutions contribution and life keep them.If balks just put it on your wagon; Agenerousideed; ; and,' a pleasant to give all hands a chanceto reading.all articles. now that have

our to was on- aud bring it to J. R. McGeachy. .manner. will do'more, good in go home and vote. sound and logical; reasoning on'
live in the
b"' ly beautiful to sentiment compliancewith expressed in He can fix it for you in a jiffy. dealing; with your. neighbors, I thana The man who is always trying improved farming and storing

lawsuit. ;;t to get something for nothing, away the best.
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the trennendously.grand injunction an ; :
of that old Latin father of the funniest misplaced common You can truthfully :say that gets; mighty little satisfaction in He looks differentbetteryou -

n the church Tert'ullian'-'to wish errors occurred in a Butte paper the'Big,: ,Hard ware'Store, known the long run. can pick him out from all

ill, to do ill, to speak jll, 'or to which had a"society" paragraphas i as:.the Dunn Hardware'co., have I Did'Iyou ever observe that the the rest of them. Marks Tailoring '. -

think ill of.any one we are equal follows: "The chandeliers done- ,"more.. for-thejpeople:; in the !more imperfect man is, the more Co. makes his clothing, J.
'' I ly forbidden without exception were tastefully hung; with smilax country in the way of hardware, r he demands perfection- of others R McGeachy takes his measure

it would go far toward the emancipation and handsomely dressed women, than,has ever!' been done ,beforein and the more he. needs charity, and guarantees satisfaction in

of.the;world; toward the and men passing under lookedup Chipley. they', re ,the hard- tbe less be has for their frailties every way. 'Come:in and order
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