The Chipley banner
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00075891/00234
 Material Information
Title: The Chipley banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: C. Tharp & Co.
Place of Publication: Chipley Washington County Fla
Creation Date: December 22, 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: UF00075891:00234
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Succeeded by: Washington County news (Chipley, Fla.)

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,,: Evap.. 'Peaches, I5c. lb. two Ibs. for\ 2Sc: ;J--), '. :. : ( If you want to make present that will,be appre-

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.'4)7 .. New large Brazils, 20c. lb. ;: .

Tarragona Almonds 25c lb.'Ftd .. ; -'' >;::'Y\'' Tf %rfJ. ,... s : Kvery 'article In the Mutyejtat) will make 'an appropriate

(;lJil '. ; "r .' : Greenoble Walnuts, 25c lb.. -..;. 1iViT'He : useful and appreciated Christmas gift. '.

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4 I Christmas toys galore 'at the Dunn Coleman Co. solicits and RUSP, PUSH. and' ,HU' R.' U/ For Sate.

,FIREINSURAfCE I Misses Richardson's appreciates your business. See is the motto of l>unn-(: leman Ci> A 20 acre farm, one mile southof

them when you need hardware. The best. to maintain good Chipley.
Cement way
Dime and'' at Chipley .
; They'have a complete line. cheer is tocomfort the cheerless.' 60 acres farm, 50 acres in cultivation 1
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. 1 "to( For Sale.-A 7 room bungalo. See Chipley\\ IIdw C6,. for anything -' ; three miles south of
DumColem30 CdS; wants
Chipley. .
.| F.. B. CALLiWA'Y, Agent see youat_ their "place. of busi-, ern'in with plenty every respect.porch .room-mod-Alf cashor in hardwares' 'I'Our' price f id t "40 acres'farm; 22 acres in cultivation j;,

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tI'Im'pieaaed t&'telt s theepeople'of 1 : >If. + part cash and, balance easy. : I ; south Chipley. .

Chipley;jand-riclnitjr,.that I bare pure Dolls, Toys, and a full l line of. !For particulars write Box 67, See the Hardware that ., goes :For full\. particulars. apply to

Lihein3urance business of"' 'Buell0ook. Christmas goods at the Misses Chipley, Fla. Reason tor selling out from the. Dunn .ol. man Co' MORRIS BROS. -..., ;i ii"

Richardson's going west. store. Businessl, lgtsofit.,,; ,,0/ : 'Chipley Fla. i iDli.
:Jl represent only the yery ,beat :-com- .-- 1
pjanles, -those time tried and fire test ; ATTENTION"FARMERI! Get yourself up to'that'Bargalri ..v _

ed, ; If YOU are; not Insured I would be Wanted Counter at the Misses' :Richard- '
have just received car load
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gad: to write>you'insurance ji.policy. cannot. ', be of'the.best Bert' and ,:.May Seed son's. It wiir meatT money. in T. (l. YATES' )
Hdw. Co. 1000 property owners to your: pocket. With TWENTY
rated., Ask a man who owna a policy .ley YEARS'a
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iibe will sell itl! The savings'. a try EXPERIENCE: as an :
Two or three wagon loads of The L. & N. pay wagon passed -
life-time may be wiped out in a few the' ro"ad 'this week, making EYE SPECIALIST .'
brousrht'to market Elastikote Paint. over
minutes. Not so, if you are insured. turkeys were WILl BK ATDr.'Wilson's '
$Therefore I would advise you to first of the week and they' were the boys happy by' ving .

p aceyour insurance with 'me. disposed'of at good prices. It won't crack peel,-blister them their money before.Xmas. Office. ...
i I F B. '. Dunn Coleman Co. have large or scale off. Guar- Dop in and see that splendid i iline.of .. Prom ELEVEN .to. SIX; o'c-ck .. .

Callaway, shipment of improved Oliver anteed for five ,years. Enamel Ware we have; any First Tuesday'tn'' Each Month.Etamlnatlona '

plows this is the greatest thingin piece of it would make acceptable "' ."
Insurance Agent.Send ; For sale by'Chipley t* : FREE.
a chilled plow ev gotten up. Christmas presentfor;,, you: wife. 'My Pensacola' office la Room No 410

in your subscription.-r- You must see, 'them. Hdw. Co. -Chipley. Hdw. Co. I. JI.unIhllldlnlr -,

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The Artof Happiness. i ... ,..............eMNlMeoeP... ..............

Life requires an art, an4 some )

Church D1reetOry.M people say that happiness is the 'EveiyMontii'writes ( .

E. Church, South.-Preaehlngavery' whole of it. But if happiness is
3rd at 11 a. m. andS p.;m.
let and Sunday an art it is in many an illicit -
It. O. William.. Factor. Lola P. Roberts, of
Sabbath School 10 a. m. W. N. Sbeats one. Studiously to -try to THE TWICE-A-WE
Superintendent. Vienna, Ma, "I used to be ,
Prayer Meeting Thursday nlrbtl. be happy is to assume that one
Sick most of the, time and
Young Men's prayer meetln; .u.
has be and this
cordially Invited. a right to happy,
nights Everybody suffered with backache and
is to disregard., the warnings of I TIMESUNION
headache. Mother who
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Baptist Church-Preaching every 'nd
But if Ie
numerous even
and 4th Sunday. Rev. Colller.pastor. had been greatly helped by, -
Sabbath School 10 a. m.. F. C. Hawk.Superlnteneent. were not impiety to claim happiness -
the use of Cardul, got me
Prayer Meeting Wednesday,nights. it would still be a futility: two bottles, and I have AND. THE BANN'SR'9; .t

Happiness is. matter of temperance '
< been well ever since.

Office hours jfostoOlee 7:30 a.m.Dlrttvtorr to 7:00 p m.L 08E- ; thousands of people B49 BOTH ONE YEAR FOR $ 1.50
have to be
,cept Sundays. who every>year reason '..
_..r Eastbound mall closes at 10:20&.m happy (as'we vainly judge are CARDUI
West-bound mall closes at 5:10: pirn.: unhappy, and thousands who Take '
Mall) from Vernon arrives at 10 m. THE"TWICJ.AWEEK'TIMESUliIQN! is the aqdThursday
and leaves on arrival of the east bounimall. ought, by all the rules, to( be mis- taxes : .

erable, float buoyantly and jauntly -. issues, of the Daily Times-Union and1' contains
hours 11:30 m., to 12:30 p. m.,
Sunday :
Money Orders Issued at all boors when'. on the troubled. oceanot, their _Tho- Woman's Tonic 'all the many features that go to make a.11'n chuji

office Is open except.Sundays..T p SCHELL. P. MOur affairs. One can waste a good 'Cardul is a gentle tonic metropolitan newspaper and many ajjeolaj', t' featurje*

i!deal of pity'on men who deserve for young and old women.It which are found in: rib other newspaper '"*,'

dabbing tAmt it but do not require it. The relieves and prevents .

BA.NNEB: and Semi-weekly Atlanta 'writer has: n, e'u encase in mind. pain. It builds strength. It r

Journal, per year$1.75. The man's business, failed, nor feeds the nerves. It helps .ADDED, FEATURESThese .

World BAMNEB,per and year Thrice, $1.65.s-week New York couldibe; ; rise again for all his efforts the whole,system. -
issues contain the latest
ill Made from harmless very market: report
BANNER and Semi-weekly Tlmes-l'n-' ; the luck that ,pursuedhim -

n and Citizen', per year, $1.50. was, persistent, inexorable.His roots and ,herbs; It has no and:adopatmontAevotod to HorticultureAgriooltare
BA.N'NIB: and Home and. Farm,per year bad Etc.
11,25 wife, who bad graced his after-effects not Poultry, 1.

prosperity,-was quite unable to interfere with the use of A
SAMPLE COPY vl, the paper will be sent to you
General Directory.STATE redeem his distress; rather she any other medicine and can ..
saddled him with the blame, and do you nothing but good. on request to publishers.! ,
Governor-Alber W. Gllchrlst. became, at once a provocationand Try,CarduL It will help THIS ?PAPER the leading, wedfcly- w pap ri

Secretary of St.ate-B. Clay Crawford. a hinderance. His daugh- you. Your dealer sells'it i of this section and should. be a regular visitor to'your,-

ters made undesirable, marriages ,
Attorney General- Park Trammell. home., '
Com. AfrrlcuItnre-B. E. McLln. ,,and his sons, instead of helping "

Treasurer-Win V. Knott him out of the ditch into Old,Tim.-Qusokery: 1 THESUNDAY TIMES-UNION?f1i ding the "

Supt. Public Instruction-W. _. Hollo- which he had fallen, ungratefully The elcht"entb'ceutury was tbe golden illustrated.Sunday Magazine, wilLbdmail d-so"a&lJad I\
relieved harvest time .of tbe Quack, against '
way. his of thechief '
; pockets dress for l,50"per ;
yeajrvi .
Oomptroller-A. C.Croom. whom some of the fiercest shafts .ofHogarth's -
part.of, what little remained The ;;;
satire were directed.
Supreme Court-Thos. M. Shackleford; IF" YOU WISH this Th Twlc .ekTimesUnion '
H. Mabry.Clerdr. in them When the writer quack loved to surround himself with paper $- i
Ohlef Justice-Jl. an atmosphere ,of mystery, which was and The Sunday limes-Union each for :I:'
BallroadCommlssfon-B. Hudson Burr met this man, just after a particularly the credulity ; .
calculated to Impose upon
Chairman; R. C. Dunn Clerk.. ,heavy,shower of major of his, victims. lily room :was ,be- one ;year, Ltl.lSO"to the above and send remittance '

Judge first judicial circuit- -J. Emmett and minor misfortunes, be. .ex- decked with .skulls and, skeletons. A today, or,il:you would -thoEunday.Time.-Union-

Wolfe State Fensacola.Solicitor: ,Urst: judicial- circuit-J. periep ed that kind of embarras- brisk by.!: trade women.In quackery,J. (J. Wright was carriedon .In his f instead, of the,,twi -.week, add, 60o to'petae..above..

Walter Kehoe. ment which one has in speakingto book. "The Good Old ,Times.1 records -

a person about a heavy be- the fact that.m the year 1785) ''a Mrs.'

U. S. LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS. reavement But embarrass- Joanna Stephens was a warded ..9QOby SEND' YOUR. ORDER 'TODAY, TOt -
for -
the English: government a
.H*. 9.,Chubb, Register, Gainesville, Fla. ment was unnecessary. The proper discovery made by her ,for the

Shields-Warren, Receiver, Gainesville. man's, laugh was as light, his cure of tbe stone.' This proper ..discovery Chipley Banner chi Jex Florida. :;
," odd Mr. Wright.;consisted !
face was as,free from lines and .
decoction and pills tbe ---
:of a powder
step as sprightly eageras .
formed from calcined
Circuit Clerk-W.C. Lockey,Vernon.. last named being ...'f...'.., .. ,
in the days of his ease. I've snails with carrot 'seeds, hips and -
County Jadna- J.B. Well Vernon.. haws the compound 'being ,burnt to -
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She'11I-o. G. Allen, Chipley. got a half crown in my pocket, '-
blackness and then mixed with soap
"rea.lurer-H. B. Tiller Vernon he said with slap on'the thigh,' and honey* "

Tax AI"llor-J..1. Williams Chipley. and I'm off to see the pantomine. '
Tax Collector-W. B. Gainer. Kconbna.!: for
Here Good
Corn and Wheat a Slogan
Oat as "Seeds.
Supt. Public Instruction-B.F Gainer, ,off, he went like a boy.- School children In'the crowded part

Wausau. London,Spectator, of New York do not speak of corn and
Supervisor of Beglstratlon -J. W.' oats and wheat by those names,'bat always a 'Bigger and Better Business., a
Gainer, EcoD na. "
refer to' tbem as "seeds. < The
D. Carmlchael.Chipley. ENDSVINTEa'S TROUBLES.,
County Bollcltor-A.
other day In one of the big schools the ........................ -
To winter Is season of trouble.
,. many a teacher was talking to her pupils about -
County Surveyor -Thos. Collins, Cary The frost bitten toes and fingers, chapped gardening; She ended wltb a.request DON'T-BLOCK THE WAY!! -
vllle, Fla.County, band.and Up,chilblains cold sores, for each pupil to bring a few seeds the y

Commissioners; red and rough eklni, prove this. But next day to be planted In tbe window ..'.." ,
J. M. Simmons, Chairman. Vernon such troubles fly before Bucklen's Arnica boxes. Tbe following morning the chil Move as fast as the processionor= move out..., Take' the;
S. W. Bush, Chipley. Stlra.,' A trial convince Greatest dren appeared,mostly wltb either oats :
B. F. Evans Vernon. healer of Burns, Bolls, Piles, Cuts,Sores wheat or corn While putting, a few pace,of the company- you are In or make :way, for the ,man,

s J.,H. Porter,Mlllvllle.J. Eczema and Sprains. Only 25c at S., E. sralns'of each In the earth the teacher behi d.. ; -. -' .. : .
.T. Hlghtower, Vernon. UoOeacby, referred to tbem 'by their familiar
School Board names. One of the girls In the class '
G. B. Bush;Chairman, Orange Hill took courage'to "settbe, teacher right" Don't stand, i in the way'of new ideas. Don't pause in the

S. J. Gainer St. Andrew. One of Life's Handicaps. and said: "Some, one must 'a' told you path of better system. Don't settle down on":the ladder of
Thatpointing to
W. F. Buss, Vernon.
? ,Parents teachers, friends ,often wheat, "to bread seed, an' that yellow :success. Don't be a barnacle on the ship,of progress ,
put stumbling block stuff ain't corn: ; It's pigeon seed. We 0"' '
always: call them that In' the block '
-' Progress
M&yor-J.T. Brit in the way.of a youth by suggesting where we live."New York San. Change means ro .. means advancement

Marshal-W.D. Peters. that he ought to study tor -- ...:. ," ;'< -!
Clerk and Treasurer-W. W.Cook. Flag Propwtlons.
:ministry, an engineer, or enter MOVE!
Council-A. D. Carmichael chairman, In the United States flag the. width :Advancement means movement.
C.'B.Dunn.J. R. McGeachy, C. E. Tbarp some other profession or busIness of a stripe la Invariably half the length .

R W. 0 Butler, Jr. for which. he may be 'totaly In Inches of the flag's longest measure' DON'T BLOCK THE WAYf '
\ ment. For example:.In a flag ten feet
unfitted, says Orison Swett
long the stripes, should be fire Inches
Mardenin, Success Magazine wide. Accordingly the flag would have
! The Banner I know"a. man whose career a width orflve feet five.Inches,or thirteen 'f I
.: times Inches. field
l- five The I
was nearly ruined by the suggestion should be of'navy:blue bunting..measuring .' . . . .
of his grandmother whenhe seven stripes deep and extending

was a child that she would two-fifths across tbe length of the,flag. k

Chipley, Fla. educate him for the church, and There should be forty-; lx'stara on the : Neat Printing .
field arranged In six rows. beginning
that it was her wish for him to wltb' eight -tbe two middle' rows having r'' ,
Stands for the Upbulldlnr.of Creates 'a, good impression ; '
, become a clergyman.It eight and the last row eight and ,

tv'i': ,.1 Cnipley ,. was'not that she saw in the the other at its rows widest seven.measurement The size should of thestar among your correspondents : ; I

> little child anyfitness for this "
be such that one-half ot its own width I
,'" Washington' County holy office, but because she wan- will separate It from the pest star, and helps to give, your business .

',' ted a clergyman in the family Flags may be made In* all sizes but r '
the above proportions'should be- prey .' '
'find Florida; and she often reminded him that served.-Philadelphia. Press. ,prestige.We ., I

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must disappoint '
, boy who idolized his grandmother ; His Idea of Economy. do Neat Printing -r. ; I
Subscription $1 I Per Year.We I -Ifs all very well for you to preach ''f t l r k
,-pondered this through until economy said his wife "but I notice at Reasonable. Prices. '

,. he became a young man.' whenever I cut down expenses that. ? .

The idea handicapped him :you smoke 'better .cigars and spend Office."
.so Banner Job ,
make a Specialty of more money for your own pleasure : f
: that timehe tried'to ,make '' I
every than at anyotber . : 1:
; at' a choice of a career, this picture "Well confound.lt.:what do you suppose -
I want you'to economize ,
for any
,' 'x :of a clergyman 'rushed first to .
_! :VayrJblcago Record-Rerald. '-
AeifcC6raqlercl his mind..and,.although:! he couldsee I 1I 1-

i'(:rinti1ng no,real,.reason why,he'should BANKS ON SURE THING NOW Patronize Those Whor

",' ';1',_ ,lf'.. become a clergyman, the suggestion ''I'll never,be without Br.' ; Kl R"* New ', '
/ ,. -- Life Pills again. writes A. Schlngeck: ,
that he ought to worked
7 .t 047 Elm St.. Buffalo,'N. Y. They eared :
: : like[ leaven inhis nature.: and kept me of chronlo'constipation i hen all oth J ,.! > -:, r .Advertise .
kVl 'The; : Banner ..
failed for. "" .'
him trom making any other ers Unequaled Biliousness **
: hi'mto Jaundice Indignation, Headache; Chills : : -: "
choice until late enable :
'. ,: too Malaria,'and Ddblllty) 'l ca ,S;; K. Me- THE BANNER;
", :chi'lev'. succeed to any great extent. Oeacby. _'I
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_,.Primary Election Manager. gcK ooeoeeeeoeccoocooeoeeee: eeoc eoe >eeooeec >eoecc oo "r>
fact Ja@irsorf .i'81tke '
> mf fifas ttte\ :

the can Waahlaa-to Notice law.of the of I.Raid hereby Couuty County State given.Florida and Democratic that[in the in under pursuance accordance Committee the oMcJal of with the, of consumes.The ter. It registers. more than it .SAYWe Ii THE SUUTIIMN( LIFE AND ACCIDENT) 1 i,

directions of the call of the State Democratic
Ex _
eeutiv.Commltt.held In a primary Election will bo r i IuAnraItiee: : Clompsany, ,
trilttlf said Washington county and County at the in each respective election polling dht- greatest danger from Influenza Is will send the Banner free for
laces then.d.on Tuesday. January 10th. 1911. of Its resulting In pueurrtonla. This can ; g OFMarianna
during legal hOIl.flaed by law for the bolding of be usln the term of this school to
electlon. for the purPDM of'nominating obviate try [ ClW-t1IQItr.talo.'a '
or partlci-
date patlnlr In the nomination of a Democratic candinator Cough/ Remfly;4e It),not only,;; tups influenza I ", Florida.

the J>for.nocratlc United members 01 the Leal.lavoted. ....lor ol the by but Coilnteracts any tendency of To Every White Teacher : : .
State of Florida to be held in the year 1911. the disease towards pneumonia. Sold by 8 i Invites your attentitin'to Its New Line Policies, as embodying the iriaxi8

under Provided the"rovl.lons'oI that a second' bald primary I law,shall if be nary City Drug Store and S.:: l
Tuesday January 31st,: 1911. 'to choose botweeS Washington $j
the two hlll'heet candidates j Il'Ja' nomination shall i'8; i cheap contract? but safe and conservative and backed by home capital. _

lorltx not have/':vote been In the made first in primary the entire oloction.fclG State.by a ma. will send us the news ;of 8" W. H. MILTON President. 8

*following perannB are hereby appointed and .Haar< t Makes Cotton Picker'j' .1 : Directors J.'E, ammo ti. : W.B. John N. l'ccceeeococecccececocaxooceooooooeoocceecoccecccect O
SST. fcail55rect1 J1 Inspectors to hold make such report primary and return elections of their, community each week,' or I J.,K,Brooka.J. M.PwH'U.. Lewla Milton.Iual uIf "
a to the County Democratic Execu. Local man invents aoparafus u
Ure Committee In Vernon Florida. on the 14th two weeks at least.
day of January 1911> aud the 4th day of Februa that picJksisttaphgins it, bales every. ..'. .
ry. 1911. respectively: rit -
J.Dltatrlct Na 1. L A. Hu chlaon. W. C. Lockey and separate ,seed.: : '.. i(' ,, .Correspondents, may write on it Is Machinery you want; we have it Write
Ti ,
High tower managers A. J. Potter, .
; clerk. .
After eight of hard: ......
z..i District No. 2 C. L. Nlckel J. M. Stewart. years interest. I us for catalogue, prices and terms.
managers;J.N. Davis, clerk. thinking and figuring, George P. any subject.of general
P.'Btllct' No. 3. T. M. m"* D.J. Burke, M. C .
Miller, managers:L. L. Charles, clerk. Ilaardt has perfected and put into Our only request that they refrain MALSBY COMPANY
,- District! No. 4. J W. Gainer A. W. Gainer. S. : ,
M.Gainer managers; C. W. Cox. Clerk. operation the only machine .
41 South ForsytU St. ATlANTA GA.
District No; S. J. R. Thompson. W. A. Em. that will pick cotton, 'clean cotton from using the name of any
v, .mona..J. T. Gwaltney. manairern;; C. T. Porter
5-' "5 clerk. gin cotton antVb'aJe cotton;a in a way calculated toglveoffense We sell the'followingwell-known; goods: American,
District No. 6. D. F. Gunn. G. W. Underwood. person, Hench &: Dromgold Geiser "Peerless," and Smith, Myers & Schnier SawMills
Henry Wise, managers; W. M. Wilson, clerk, the same time. Although in its "* In all sizes and capacities; Erie.City, aeiser-"'Peerlessand Houston,
District No. '. L. D. McRae. A. L. Wells. J.' most crude/orm, the- picker as.,1 > Stanwood & Gamble Engines and Boilers in all sizes; Challoner, and Perkins
W. Callaway, : "
Managers; J. W.Williams clerk. $ '
: Band Grist Mills "Peerless"Threshers
Shingle Machinery; Saws; Edgers, ,
District No. *. L.S. Armstrong. E. Howell in" : :fdetnonsfrationsgiven
', the "several
and Mill
W. C. Miller managers: ;W.F. RUSH,clerk. Planers,Steam Feeds,and various other Machinery, Repairs Supplies.
District! No. 9. obert Nixon R. D. Murray by Mr. IJaard't shown that :' ., Letus Hear .: We-can furnish you the.best,Machinery on the market and at the same
C.Mclnnis managers; A. E. Register clerk. 5 .time( ,save you money. We have no branch house.
the of the human cotton -
DJ.8tlJct No. 10- W. H. Parker. W. N. Carlisle
McE.: Rogerson, managers;; mils Vicjtery,clerk. is .
District No. 11. G. W. Johnson D. A.. Hasty. over."The'picker From You.
E. D,Martin, managers; L. W. Johnson, clerk. ginner baleris ,
.- District No. 12'J; : M. Simmon. J. E. Skipper ;land ,
L. E.Carter, managers; Howell Bowen. clerk. run bya Water.cooled., engine".
District No.13P.. N. Hutchison S. N: Taun- I .has-six: lengths We wa'ntthe News
ton. W.B. Merritt, managers; G. \\V Hughoy, The apparatus of ,
clerk, hose attached to.it. The cottonis I NOW IS THE TIME
'. District No. 14. T. B. D. Gainer. T. F. Tiller,
B. B. Brown managers; J. L Tayloc; clerk sucked from the bolf by 'air
District:-No.15. T. L. Jones, C C. Carter, Ho-
mer Simmons, managers; W.S. Jones, dark. taken through cleaner; where 6O YEARS'EXPERIENCE' ;

District No. 16. Eo M. Newman, E. D. Mash- the dirt i is sifted out. It is then I'-
burn S. B. Ellis managers; W. M. Connelly,
clerk. carried irttb'the'hVpper 'a'fid' feeder : .
District No. 11. J.H. Baffin, W. B. Gray C, :: TO ADVESTISE!
Cotton managers;C.S. Crews,clerk. going into the gin: rom the 'I
District No. 18. --
it to the brush from :
District No. 19. J. H. Hlnson.Sr.. D. ''A. Sollars. gin goes ; :
J. W.Burk. managers; C. H. Porter,clerk. the,brush to the condenser, anais
.. :District No. 20. M, F. Bowen. N. E. Thomas TRACK MARK* I
.- R. E. Golden managers; H.,L. Bowen clerk. then put on the 'rbll for bal- l I Dc.iaNS The ;:best..opportunities are often
District No.21. J. W. McKinney. J. F. RUSH
\ W. J. Rooks, managers; W. K. Raley.clerk. --: ing. nynne sending' a skI ell and dwiorlptkmtn
-. .'' District No. 22. Bryant Scott. M. Fralser., quickly ucerlnln in prohr our l>ly P"opinion,\."'til tree ; M. S. Spann managers; Fralser, Sr, PULLED :BY M0tE.The tlons..trlot yeonedw.t al. HANDBOOa on _DU neglected! ; ,
'Jerk.DlstrlctNa23..' : gent free. Oldest neourlnrpatenu.Patnnt .
apparatus is drawn by a taken t tough:: Munn A Co. reoelT
AL. Barrel! J. A.Mathlas, lIN"C4ltlOtlce, without ob",,..Laths' ., {t 1
.' : J. T. Sapp managers; D. H,Home. Jr., clerk., made self-pro to advertise.If -
mule, butcanbet iL'"fifit'"tttL'.ltatt a)
DI"trret N. 241 JAW AnderfinnTCnnla N'llua '" .. .
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clerk. . .-'" '''''1'.
D M. Martin : boyor
Henry Chestnut: managers; : : pelling.Vithalittlenegro .
'. District No. 25. G. H. McKenzie L. D. Harmon each of A IIsndsnmel.I1It1..trated'>tloi.of any*..lttiii IBo jnurnal.weekly .lament 9'erm.$3a etronh have something to sell; if
'{:-'t' .. A. Hogeboom, managers; H. W, Johnson girl operating piece' Tpurl four niontlu,$. Bold byall n.widealera. r you ; *

1 J' : clerk.District No. 26. Levi. Collins, M. L. Hall. suction, hose, six rows .of' ,cottoncan WUNN'& C 3OfaroadnyNew York m "
I ". Frank Swindle, James Yates,clerk. Branch Offloo,all'Bk,Wuhloaloo.D.C. to if
I "'.- managers; be pickedat atime,, An expert you Want buy :something; or
Done In open.eeslon this 5th day of December --
'q ., 1910. picker?is not. necessary, as
J. M.SAPP Chairman. For, Over Fifty Years. have NOW' is them
, ,' Attest-L. D.McRAEClerk. the suction, is. great enough to you a bargain,

., separate the""'cotton from the boll
'Mr. Vln.lowv'.'Boothlna Ouru'p
-r.-: when held even an inch, away. Han been nand for over. FIFTY YEARS by MILLIONS best time to make it'known. '
of MOTHERS for their CHILDREN &
: A Permanent Cnce.j' '
'f ; _
: \ "In" addition to thisthe cotton WHILE. SOOTHES TEETHING.the with CHILD.PERFECT SOFTENSthe SUCCESs 1 -t >

, ;\',' :-" The various rulings of the seed is' taken care of.> :After the COLIC GUMS.and ALLAYS U the best all remedy PAIN for; CURES DIARRHIE WIND Don't fail to see us1'L about :, your ]

commissions and departments atWashington from Sold by Druffal In every part of the world. Be I
J:rig>;: ': seed has been separated sure and a.kfor"Mra.Wlnslow'esoothingSyrup"and
'., -- oftentimes take no other kind. *.. a bottle. this week. If
s.: .'": are the !cotton, it is sifted from the Spring Advertising;, .

)::':"J,"2; thought to be arbitrary and unnecessary gin to a sack under the body 'of Io
.. ,
e ee.sreo0 se_
,::; --1. says the National the apparatus< .. 0 U'-'.. ; If'' it is business you; want
...., ,
J'; ." ,>:' Magazine. No less a personage All who witnessed the picker P 04 r-J :

..*" 77. than David 'Starr Jordan joked Wednesday were .enthusiastic i' "n e..a._. ;;: N;:; .R1 t7' ':-f:C IiI I xs

about the laws of-the' international over the success of the machine. P Q. ;'.ay.. w -! m eR The Banner can Get it for You. i

..!_ fisheries commission. There are some details yet'to be Qq Ia' Ia'a. h"
bOt !!. ,,, ::;;::
The.fish there have no'chance, perfected. but as the apparatus -a.I I \l/; ",: uC .

he lamented, they have as hard .a stands it is able .to take the place : a =('\0 A"a: ; e.c: "e rn etj )1 1 *, **

time of it as the"whites in the in- of.a 'number of ..human cotton ... j R.:;: .... 'a "0c"" .0,'0 d 6t I) ,

tenor'' ,of' China. A druggist': pickers.. .. } go" ;; a, 1 t e

.. there said to the clerk one .day; ... ; e !0"" J pNm"::! r .III 0 j;; T' O IF YOU WANT NEAT JOB-PRINTING' "

H. "'. ir: .. Om-
foreign -
Didn't I see a GO CALL ON
Picture ,
Casey's ,
;:. Cap ,C'pC t '
come out of.here as 1 came down eJ -,. 0 .",. Q. .
Casey decided, to go itito. business THE' BANINER.Do '
the street UGOao .
mooeooeoe.o.... ,
clerk sohe bougbt out a
Yes, sir, the meeklyre- .,
stable and bad painter
sponded. He wanted a perma- livery
nent cuVe for the'headache.: : f : make a sign for him showing him

astride a mule. He bad this
sold him-
And you ,
Rat poison, sir. i sign placed in front of the stable

.. & .. and was quite proud of it. His
'- friend inni'ganbappened along
with Many a persistent persons! cough after an attackof and stood gazing at the' -signT.hat'.sa /. S. t4

Influenza. ,"s, this cough can be ,* ;. good picture! ..or'me, ; ,

promptly! cured by the use'"bf Chamber- ain't |t? asked Casey. : 'i ,,' : ; ';< < '
: M
.Iain's Cough Remedy, It should not be allowed '" ,
until becomes! trouble- Sure, it looks something like : .-:-
to run on ,, :l : :
tome. Sold by City Drugstore and 8.:: E.- you, said Finnigan, 'but,w o. the, Yow.. Wartt ; .',, -

._ McUeachy. .. .. divil isthe man on.your'" .back' "" ?- i J. ;':> .. .. .: ,, ."' :" :\! .. :: .,

National Monthly. : '

Lesson for All. ... ,_ eo .
: .; a gBarg ainsi

But don't-judge a man by. ap- The wind you waste'in grumbling .

pearances,.,, ',said Mayor G. S. is.so much strength stolen -,. .

Marshall at a banquet in .Colum from i improvementIt ,.- -' .... -, ;
Louis .. IN :
St. -'
bin according to ; I!.' '''
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J'. "
Globe-Democrat. -
Wentworth, after "an artfsuffering" from, biliousness! .. '
Jackson, : bthiM'g SHoes arid Hats : >
Indigestion, chronic bead-
returned 4
absence ..of thirty years,,. ache Invest one-cent. In' .a postal card, t. i' r. .

,to the home of his youth. enito Chamberlain Medicine CQ,, DCS :1 -, :. ;', -' ,": ;

Jackson bad'a slight affection of Moins. Iowa, with your JlR.meand address ,1 -. ao-- TO '
skin which made his' 'nose 'pTaluly{ on the back, and they will -
the forward you a free,s&mple-ol Chamber : .1. '
very .red.. Hence,,when, he call Iain's Stomach and fclver abletsJ' Sold

ed at the parsonage the. old. min-- by City Drug, Store and S. E. Me(} acI1Y, < :':jV\'inchin' : ;;
s.'C.O. :: .. '
ists"rTemarked. ; .:: --=----- --::.:- .

Jackson, Jackson, my man,

I'm afraid you've become a hard R. F. SCARLETT, '

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drinker Don't judge by appearances, Notary Public.. j ..
Dr.: Steenthly, said 'Jackson ,

flTentworth. I hardly consume Real Estate:Handled :JrV ..

two glasses of beer a week.., Collections_ a specialty.. 10- ..

Well, then, said the :minister' ,.

in a soothing voice I Rues's. your Office in pint National Bank. f76vaiD'i' 7CraE ii157J67w


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}' At Chlplcy, Fla. Grover Jones visited relative I .
at Millville the past week.
Bdlto .
WAL.TBR w. 010"88. "

.. The W. O. w; boys held their I
Fla. 1.
second Enter: class*! at mail the matter.SUBSCRIPTION postoffica. at Wpler. regular meeting Saturday nigh Have oyii': seen : _

SATES: : Work is progressing on the ,.

ORB YBAB,.,/t.OO new dwelling of D. Tharp, south J : .
SIX y01TTHB....GOTHREB ',,-.. ,. .
of town. "
..25 j> .
and T. 1 L : ; -. ". r
,Advertising rates laraUhad on application. Jones spent a short while her The. *window with ; :' .', ..: 'i... s ,

live topics. < Ii >- -; (
communications on .jP Saturday. "
dally of local Interest are 80llclted. n I *' ..'. "
Is understood, however that the pnbllatof McMillan of the .
Miss Blanche
TUB BANNER will not be responsioi Crosset ... .
: .
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correspondent 'f > ; Shoesw : .
for opinions expressed by Valley, was visiting and sbof .. t
TTB BANNER wants a live representative ping here Thursday. .' '. '. '. ,, ") '., :;};" '. .
and correspondent at very postpflic I sister ... ..' ,, .
and :
Mittie ,
liberal airangements Mrs. Harper ., -
and will make /C .
In the county In -it?-:. .
with the rlgrt: parties.- Miss Fannie* of the Valley, wen .:" '
f i .'
THURSDAY DO. 1 a..g.o._ visitors here Sunday afternoon. '-' ., ." '. ,:: :: 'r' ', .< .. .

.....-_ __.___.-____ l Mrs. Jahaza Yates ot near Vet- .. ': If'not," see "it ' '

to tariff the Republicans visiting her father, E. B ,, _. '
When it comes non, was : ., ; '';'
are loath to' acknowledge Tiller, and other relatives hen i \1" '>

that they do not know it all Saturday. : .,, -$3.00 to .e.QO: _..
die/ John J. Tiller is still grindinf ,

It'was doubtless necessary to< cane but may get through by] ;" .\ -,

enlarge the Congressional Record Christmas. He is making aqua '

in order to publish Preside tity ot'fine syrup.

word message. & Dekle Co.A :
Taft's 40,000... __. Supt. B. F. Gainer made hit : Campbell V' .. .
to Vernon Saturdayand -
usual trips ..
An East Coast farmer is stocking Monday, looking after the ., .
ranch with
'' ,
an business of his office.
Angora goats. This animal produces I

flesh, wool and bide, giving Robert Slay of Chipley who i is -

it an advantage of three product) carpentering at the big mill, left .

.. .' for his home,Saturday, accompanied -
ties for by a big turkey gobl r. School at Home.
You may swap cross
Story in Three Parts.
and violate Let the Carver School teach you by;
mileage on railroads B. F. McKeithen, one of the .
when .(PART ONE) mail, the Art of Photography.
But ,
no Florida'law. you Valley's model farmers, has beet
If you are seeking a profession thatIs
swap advertising to make the sick the past eight or ten days; not overcrowded and one that is re-

ties useful to the railroad am we hope he will soon get well Bryan Begins munerative, respectable.and pleasantyou

public, that's against the law. are'advised to take up Photo r..
I Rev. W. D. Oween returned a Campaign. phy-r-Let the Carver School teach

Montgomery'county, Alabama, few-days ago from Troy, Ala Aggressive you.
where he attended the annual If you are an amateur photographer
Mr. D. H. Wiin-
is credited by session of the Alabama confer. -' and.wish to make better pictures a'. a
slow, United States Superintend -." Something About lower cost or wish to become a pro-
ent of Construction, with having ence. fe.sional-Let the Carver School teach

the best system of pulic roads of The Wausau Lumber.C .started The Man \ ko is Going to tnc you.If

any county in the United_States. i : their big mill last week, but you are a professional aDd wishto
I .. as their well is not completed yet United States Senate. produce work that will be' a pleasure
to your customers ,and a creditto
Orange county last week voted they will not run regular until was born on his father's farm near Fort Mason; then in 7.Du-Let the Carver. School teach

down a proposition to, issue $1,- after Christmas.The HE. Orange, now in Lake county, Florida, and if elected'United -

000,000 of bonds for the construction friends of Rev. M States senator will be 39 years of age when he takes his Hat.HE you.The Carver School of Practical Photography
of brick roads. The advocates Is the brother of the late Senator William James Bryan, offers twenty cemplete, prac-
E. Grant, here, are glad to know native of Hamilton county -
and son of John Milton Bryan a tical and inexpensive coursescovering
roads movemen
of, good that he has been returned for another Florida, who was a confederate soldier, a member of the legislature all branches of photographic work.

evidently went in too deep. A year, and will gladly welcome of 1875, 'a pioneer in the political history of Florida, and an Write now for full information, it I.

million dollars is a great deal ,of; ; him and his amiable wit(, appointee of Governor Blozham on the railroad commission createdin free and places you under no obliga

money at one swoop. back to the parsonage.W 1897. tions. Address
HE spent his boyhood on his father's farm; grew to young The CorvcrScHool of
suppose from the ways thai manhood on the prance of Oaceola County; received his
The recommendation of the some of the young people arc maneuvering 1 early education In the country schools of that county, and after- Practical PHotoat- phy.
Secretary of Agriculture to eliminate around that Judge wards attended and graduated from Emory College, under Bishop Lock Box 504 Waterloo Iowa.
the middle-men and for cooperative Candler of Georgia.
organizations. of farm Hutchison will have a good runon TTTji later-graduated from the law school of Washington and

and co-operative societies oi marriage license next week. c University where he studied under Charles A. Grave A. G. McQuagge,
ers Keep; your pen at hand Judge. now the best known member of the law faculty of the University of
consumers to get together, ,thus Virginia, and the late John Randolph Tucker, author of a monu- Public
shortening distance betweenthe MARRIED: At the home-of the .mental work on the federal constitution and joint author of the Tuck- Notary

farm and the dinner table is brides'paren ts,- in the afternoon er-Culberson Act, establishing the present system of federal courts. State at Large. ,

worthy of consideration. and ac Sunday, Miss Effie Miller to Mr.Ola HE moved to Jacksonville from the countr,16 years ago for
that Induced Mr Blount to
same reasons probably
tion. ) Harrell; J. J. Cox officiating.
move to Pensacola and Mr. Stockton to Jacksonville, from country
.. their journey through life .
C, May I William A. Blount
a Andrew Carnegie has made a together be happy and prosper towns.HL* has, by sheer force of industry and ability worked up a

bequest ot $10,000,000 in bonds, us. large and lucrative general law practice; he has never 1 OF PENSACOLA,
be specialized on any single branch of the law, but has made himself
the or\vhich is to us
revenue Curtice Jones and W. L. proficient in all its branches. The judges before whom, and the Candidate I'or;
the abolition of international i
ed to hasten Filler; each purchased them a lawyers with or against whom, he has tried cases, say he is one. of

war and establishinga typewriter last week;this is some the ablest court room lawyers in Florida; the judges of the supreme United States-

lasting world peace. This is mprovement over the Thos. Jefferson court say that in his many briefs and arguments in that court --evl g. eglator.kr4gp .
but it Mr. dence thoroughness skill and learning, -
all right; in its way, goose-quil The boys great
M Carnegie really wants to do some : pen. 'TT has In his busy life, found time to devote to the service ofI'
: -d-Ili the people and received pocomhensation for that BerYt' -
thing that will be real charity, .
I t'' ice. Be was the first chairman of the Board of Control antTas such
and would be far-reaching.in the : worked for the upbuilding of Florida's schools. His colleagues and

good'it will accomplish, let 'him Mrs.Ella C. Jones, living three the faculties and the students of the several Institutions will tell a

set aside ten millions in 5 per niles west of town, sold 32 head you the value of his work. 'tZ

cent bonds the interest from if( turkeys the past week; she TTpi has attended national and state conventions of the Democratic -

which to be used in purchasing raised them all this year; they JZLJjj party and has been a close student of men, issues ? *}

small farms or homes for the de- netted her 16 cents per pound. and politics. .
has been over the State in three campaigns, preaching

serving poor. She sold 40.head last year at ISc HE 'OTC'fh"Ax. '
the Cause of the common people. .: i ?
about the number the'year
and same
in the to initiate and se-
w is the best qualified man race
Blonnt is Leading. before, at 17c. HE cure legislation in the interest of the common people.HE .
prosecuted the Jacksonville Ice Trust out of existence, as
Hon. A. P. Jorda'iedHor\ of We see from the paper that I acting Solicitor of Duval County.

'a of the Punta Gorda Herald, and ?ev. W. D. Owens living 'three'I has never representeda public service corporation, nor -_ T

State Food and Drug Inspector rules south of town, got the first I HE has he assisted a railroad company to prevent or delay
of cotton the enforcement of an order of the railroad commission, reducing-
spent last Wednesday in the cityon prize for the largest yield __ .

official business, and was .a on 5 acretrof land, Mr. Owns freight or passenger rates.

welcome visitor at The Journal is a good farmer and likes to He Has Not Made tb.e Protection of

office. Mr. Jordan is recognizedas arm. But that is not all; we are I .

as one of the best informed' men, ntormed that his good wife has' Corporate Interest. Hi. Life Study

politically in.the state, and from the milk of four cows, and makes I Ia TT TJi 1 Is a strong man physically a clean man morally; 'a big The man who is running his

a information gleaned in i his trav- 5 and often pounds of butter at man mentally. awn merits and-against Ring and

els over the state he is of the churning, and has as much as i FactionalPolitics.
be next
opinion that Hon. W. A. Blount, 15 gallons of milk at a tim Stick. will your

will be' chosen as to the farm boys; raise plenty ofelvet The man who is miming
of Pensacola ] United'' States Senator. against the Perpetuation of the
/ Florida's United States Senatorby beans, keep
United States Senatorship ,in :.
'democrats in the January dasher going and you will enjoy #
r' primary. Braidentown,JournaL any good things. I I SWatch, ,this' space: next week, for.part'two. The story will grow more)Intoreatlng.) J Jacksonville.'fHE .-

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Ihe: TQ IIV EIAE( TION. Hasher and A. J. Lnudermllk as V'rflll-. jUdgment Rlverl.d. I .......
Board of Directors; E. P. Rose, as .
honorable Hoard Public Inatru dimt, J. R. Dasher HS VicePresideand A. middle aged and nervous tenant .
on Washington County: A. J. Loudermllk as Secretary a.nd'In an apartment house bad summons 'I

I ,'e, the undersignediliM' )rs'of! Iub.: Treasurer of' this corporation. his next door neighbor; a young woo !
ool District No. 10, do petition YOl1r Article VII. Into iHARDW-AREi
the conservatory,
arable body to order ..an election In I The highest amount of IndebCcdne man student at
11& district to determine whether or not or liability to which this( corporation mat court and charged that he peace and
III District>lo. 10 shall to continued or any time subject Itself is Hfty Thou quiet ot: his lodgings had been dIsturbed -
d ntlnued, and to elect Trustees 1 1S for I and Dollars (t50X)0 00.) her singing' --
continued. Article VIII. by .
I:..l'lf Bowen, N. E.. Thomas, The names and residences of the aul The court Was Inclined to regard the -'; f;)
William Ward, of this corporatlc unwarranted."How .
,. Ward. scribing; incorporators proceedings as

ij'PJ F. Bowen, V. '0. Hurch and the number of shares and tbe amount much do' you sing?'* be asked That's .our businessjand; we ,arepushing $
"R# M. Melrln. 3. .W. Jones, of stock subscribed for by each are as follows -
'4TiW.Wbite, D. B. JofTrles, to-wit: i I '' the defendant. < }W.1; .,(Jeffriee" W.. T. Jetl'rles, E. P. Rose, Valdosta,Georgia, '.' "Only two hours a day," she answe it too. y'f > G>
sW. B. Harrow, J.A.: Newsom: One hundred.and twenty shares ';: ed. "An hour In the morning and one 0 .!
IISDt. Bell, O. W. Fossell, ((120)) at the 'Par value of One
,Henry Land, 'L. D. Duncan hundred dollars each. .. .. .. .$12,000.i at night""Two j '
L.._Duncan: .Isaiah Hampton? J. R. Dasher, Pt. Washington, .hours said the Judge. "It ap.| Are f Missouri? '
? Florida, One hundred and twen- pears unreasonable to complain i ot you rDmI

., ty shares ((120)) at the par valueof that." .
,, SC4t TETtNgTICa; One hundred dollars each. ... 12,000 00 tbe '
A. J Loudermllk, pb. Washington "But, your honor, Interposed into store and we 2
InternU. top excitedly, 1 J Well just step our
S. Land &';; 10.. Florida, Ten tihures (10) complainant starting
November 16, 1910. of the par value of One hundred trust you will not'cteclde the matte '
-liufficleat# contest affidavit .havli: dollars each.. .. .. .. .. .. ... J\OOO.OO until you have heard tile defendant will it to
been filed in-this office by Maud brow prove you.
homestead entry No. Total amount of stock sub8erlbed& .000.00 sing. ,
contestant, against 18 1904 for swJ( In testimony whereof we have hereunto The defendant was not at all loath e
33003 of Section;made 11 January, Tswnship;1 south Ran: set our'hands, this the 16th day of No-< to sing. In fact ber personal nssuiuiicc H Not only do 'we handle all kinds Shelf

14 west*toy Pinion Sanders, contestee. In vt-mber. A. D. 1910. and professional pride urged her '
which It Is alleged that the said tllmiSanders \ E. P. ROSR. H and Heavy Hardware, but you can get any
DASIIKR/ most of this opportunitY
abandoned the said J, R. to make the
tract; the wholly has changed his resident A J. LODDKRMIL.K. In the Interests of high art. .$ farm implement you need from' us, as well :

t.hetefromfor more than six: months She began an aria from Wagner, bnt
said that on Jai State of Florida, Washington County. as the the BEST Wire' Fence made. G
since making'the entry; This day before the subscriber personally she bad sung but four or five bar e ; ,

uary 18,. 1900 the ,said and land during was the not prior settle six appeared J. R. Dasher and A. J. when the court Interrupted her. heart l to
months, Loudermilk of Pt. Washington, Florid, H Come in and let's have a
upon and cultivated by laid party as nquired "That will do-that will do, he! sale,
whom Is personally known-to me
donunentcoutlnueti.ta by law; and that the.present said :aba date. each to bo of the Individual descrfiad In and who "No further testimony 'need be taker H heart talk; we will you'' some things, and

signed the above and foregoing: 'notice of The court's judgment la reversed.-
SaJl.partlea are herebynotBed:; to aearrespond letters patent a.nd make some prices the will make you,
and offer' evidence toucl Intention to apply acknowl- Ytruth's Companion.A 0 you \ .()
the proposed charter,
ing. said allegation at. 10 o'clock a. m.. e on wide.
4,1OT1, before Cleric of Clrcu ,edged before me this day that he signed e open your eyes .
'January Court at his office In Vernon, FlorIda: the said notice and proposed charter tor Bobolink With a Canary Song.A '
(and that final hearing will be beld at ]: 0 the uses and purposes therein expressc friend of mine tells of a bobolink :

o'clock a. m on January 18,. 1911, befor!) and signature aj his thereto free act U and genuine.In : deed.and that hl8 which learned to sing like n canarj. O We are not "blowing, we mean

tbe Register and Receiver at the Unite testimony whereof I have herennlset lIe was coRtured when quite smal : .-

States: xL' Land Office HENRY In S.Gainesville CHUBB, Kfglstp, Via ; my hand and official seal, thin I! the 21f and given a cage beside a fine slngei, H business. :

Receive day of November A. D. 1910. exhibited a great
aBt' "SHIELDS' WARREN for which he soon
(Seal.) J. L. Russ Notary
i. Com expires 80th Aug. 191S attachment. lIe would .sit perfectly;

:H NOTICE still ,on his perch for a long time I Chipley Hdw.!Co. !
State of Georgia, Lowndes County watching his friend intently; then try;
Of Intention to Apply' for Letters Paten ; This day before the subscriber personally rIe.
of Valdosti his best to Imitate his sweet notes.
I} P. Rose
NotlCfvId herebyjrlveix > th'bt tufl sul .ioorglii appeared; known!to mft tube the Individuil tried for three 'or four weeks befor o..o e.......Goc .
scrlber herl1t9-IntlC"'! ;-
6o\ making any progress
: to i.pply to the -
JanoatvVArTJrion rolpg notice of Intention to apply for letters -
ernor of the State of Florida tor Letters patent and proposed charter and ac- In sounding one note almost <'Or'rectly. -
Patent Incorporating thl 'subs rtbers and those who may hereafter bo associate the same tor the uses and purposes'theren his wild Joy was pathetic, and the : ,
wlttt them as share holders and theIr: expressed and as his free act and dee -evident i
under canary's'pleasure was very OF NSACOLA, FLA. .
auccHasoraa body-corporate and that his signature thereto genuine:
the laws of the State of. Florida to 1 be In testimony whereof 1 have hereunto Then he redoubled his eCorts'uutil be< I

known as Kolle-Da Turpentine Con iet my hand and official seal, this the 23nl could sing nearly the whole canar; De.lgnatea I>epo., it ry; of the Onlted State. ",
pany-lapnrsuancaot.tba.provosed charter day of isovember, A. D. lU10.I that be and Dick, always a+M ** Ma M HMM M H '
a40i>ted ,by them and hereinafter 8et !Seal. W. A, Burdette song .. \( .,
I ( ) of all, Oldest and JLarQe.t Bank in We.t Florida. .
concert. But, strangest
forth.AThis jh! J6odiiy vof <.Noverobei, :, N. P. L. Co. Us. sang.in ,w. \ .t""'"'
**; D i vlOdjL Cora .ox pires Dec. 20,.1913. hia character seemed to change wit! OEG: rstzz: : :: T 7x.Y' :Lo.Lee: <:). t.W; ,s "

,; ? E. PROSE, ', ...... ,- --. .. -- bis song. Instead of singing,, but a, :
jOK J. R. DASHER, .. Millio'n'Dollars. : 'c, r :,
bobolink Capital ,
3w A: J. -LouDKBMii.it.Fropo NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. short time In the spring, as r :'

Department ol; the Interior, do, he sang'all the time except when Saerpluu and Undivided Profit, $100,000.t'
.... dt Charter ot Do.e-O..er U.II.: Land.OfUce at Gainesville, Florida! molting. And he Imitated his frlend'i ,0-,
V a
"" "a'a.rpe..U- ouR p. yr
December a, 1\no. characteristics so perfectly that he be at Rate of 4 cent: Annum: 7 '
that Interest Paid in Saving Department per per .
Know all men by these presents Notice |I''s" hereby given that 1 KHz
the undersigned, for ourselves and for riell of KconHna, Florida! who 011 came n.canary In all .but appearance.- .
those who may become associated wit December 17. 1008, made Uomestea Ella: H Stratton,in Suburban Life. The Plrst Notional Bonk ,
us as share holders, have, and do hereb IntryI'I'Ia.1! No. 0621): : for wtf of riw&iec. .. -
form ourselves Into a body corporate under O. Township 1 South, flange 13 wesirallahassee .OP PQNBA OLA.r. .
the laws of the !State: of Florida and Meridian, has filed notice 01 Was It Worth Itt
adopt and promulgate: tbe following charter Intention to make Commutation proof-1 Workemer Smeargent, royal academIcian K. HYKR. JR..President. W.S. KKVBBR Vlco-Pres -
to-wits"( establish claim to the land above descrlb was painting the portrait of W. J. FORBBS, Cashier. Tuoa. W. BURNT, AraU Cashier.Wm. B.W Knowlo N. ROBBHTS. W.Afl.K. Cashier Ryer..1W.
W. A..Blount,, W. S. Keywr.
Circuit Court a ilrectoru: F. C,
The corporation shall be I'd before the Clerk 6f the Lady Anstrutber Anstrutbers, )lDd .J.Forbes. Knowles Hver. Thou W.Brent.HighClass .
name of the /ernon, Florida, on the 12th day of January -
Rose-Dasher Turpentine' Company. 1911.Claimant. Lady Anstruther Anstruthers was,ver: j

-'i'; t jI iArUcle>Il-. 7 names! as witnesses! : Adar plain-well, as a;' matter of fact, abe
Tb place of business of this corporation lamer, E. F.! Easter, Henry netlh of was Jolly ugly. And, though she wa Saw Mill MachineryWe
shall b<*P,". Washington, Washington OconHna, Florida, and J. B. Bell, Ip- merely for !
CountjvFlorlda/wlth the power and Florida. paying him 300 guineas .
privilege of establishing and operating ley, IlBBRf" 1 S.: Cuunn, minting the portrait,and was going totpay our' warehouse 23
such branches, offices, plants' and work l In the State of Florida or elsewhere i In Itself when It was completed, Ocean St., alarge! stock of Portable -
the United States of America as may be
deemed by the Hoard of Directors, of tbl I :NOTIOEFOR PUBLICATION. Workemer. Smeargent: was 'not satls and Stationary Engines; Loco- '

corporation useful'necessary or .conven Department of the Interior, led. lIe felt, he might be going blind motive and Horizontal Return Flue

lent nesses.In conducting its- b'.J8lne8s'. or bus!. U.I S.: Land. Office/at Ualnesvlllfi.Nov. 12, 1910.Fla. Looking at her face so much hurt his k '' Botlera; Saw-Mills, Planers, Edg-
.in- ArttcJe) III."J'rul Nollco Is hereby given: that Charles II. yes. m era Saws, Belting and Mill Supplies -
8 enerai nature of the business or uvls. or \Vansau, ]!Florida whQ, on H'ob- "Now, what I.want, Mr. Smeargent ''. we i !also engine and aaw-Ullp6up-
businesses to be transacted by this corporation bar? 18th 1U04. made Homestead ICatrjo. aid the unfair lady, "is for you to do ,,l k- will
shall. be purchasing owning .0.182U Serial No. 02403.: for wK of nej r.a, ,. plies. Prospective purchasers
Belling, working, leasing and encumber action 28, Townshlo 3 North, Range 13WAflt ue plain, simple Justice. find it to their Interest to get our
fag.Ianda and timber: manufacturing, Tallahassee Meridian, has filed no "Jly dear lady," replied .Sineargent,, Write for lllustratl -'
acquiring and disposing of umber Ice of Intention to make nnal five yearproof .'what' you require Is not Justice, but prices before buying A postal will bring our salesman.

staves timber crosa-ttes and other.! artIcles !- to establish claIm to the lane When I tell you to.loote pleasant catalog.' Molsby l jyieicHIs-iei-y Co.
; opening owning, buying, lea- hove\ described, before the Clerk of the '
Ing* selling ,,and. operating turpentin :ClrcullJ'Conrt Vernon @\ 'loridaon ,the you don't look natural and 'whenI 22 Ocean St.' Jacksonville, Florld .
farms, manufacturing tuo product 30th( day of December, 1910. I I tell you to look natural you don'tlook tong "DlBtanc'Teler: No 11'74;
thereof and disposing of the same;. buy Claimant names as witnesses: Ranej pleasant"London Express.A .
Ing, constructing, owning:, leasing and I Bird, John Nlcklus, Bunyan Nhtkles,
operating saw mills, tram-roads prIvate i anlel McColiimn, all ot Wuusau Fla! : IL DEKLE, P.M. GOL.SON.
MiLTON > ,
railroads,. steam boats sailing/ vessels! HENRYS.' !: CHUBB, Cod Liver: Oil Fiend. f.ft. Cashier.
locomotives, engines and cars; buylni Ed: fee paid. Register.A "When I was anaemic," said a pale President. ,Vlce-Prealdent"
and selling goods, wares and merchan '
dlse and other personal property and nan,. "I took cod liver oil. 1 had a
doing' ail'things' requisite, necessary or Long Time Dying. nreless habit'of' leaving the oil uncorked First: 'National Bank.

convenient in and about the said business Mr. Fred Terry told this anecdotef and It began to' disappear ,

11 or either of Article them.IV. > the death scene In "Tbe Heel) of Some one was drinking It. There was MARI2KNNA, FLA. ,
cod liver oil fiend In the house. I decided -
The authorized amount of the capita Ichlllesi" a
stock of this corporation shall be Twen "One day," he says, "we were rehearsIng to trap the thief' be went on,
ty-flve Thousand! Dollars, ($35,00000)) dlvlde thoughtfully at his large white '
and j<'lfty8hlres ; this play, and a I member o; fazing "- Capital $50,000.00
*>into Two.Hundred drank '
"and night I purposely
of tbe par value clOne ilundrec ay company came In from tbe street teet, one
Dollars'tlOO.OO( ( ) each ht least tenpei and asked the call boy how far the reeursal 'two cups o'f black coffee, so as to keep Solicits Accounts: :! of Banks, Corporations, Firms and Individuals. ,
cent of which shall beuubHcrlbed for anpaidin < .wake. Gentlemen, you wIn bnrdly be.
business. enables to offer
had us
la the banking
shall Our
said twenty
,before corporation years
any.business. Thecapitalstock or this' 'Mr. Terry's Just'dying,' replied eve what happened. The thief was a you the best banking facilities.of any bank In West Florida. We also have a .

"-corporation Including the amount sub he boy. at-a big. sleek fat rat; The oil I fl111y equipped Savings Department in which we pay interest on deposits. Ac-

scribed for by the Incorporators, or ant] 'Good. I've time to smoke a cigarette uess, bad agreed Vlth hIm. As I counts by mail handled .as easily as by personal Interview.
part or portion of the capital stock or entrance.' matched him from the bed be. leaped Send us your business.
this'corporation, may.be paid In proper' ; my his
ty, labor .services. at a- just valuailor "Presently the actor returned and repented ilently on to the bureau dipped F. M. GOLSON, Cashier.HIDKS .
to be nied.by "the Incorporate, and the question. all In the bottle lifted It out and .

property labor or services may bn par 'Still dying' answered theboy..-- eked It clean, and then dipped and

just chasedor'patdforbrcapital'stock valuation of such property'' labor at a .Oh; I'll go and have another clgaotte -' eked It again and again till a' good AND

and services to be fixed by .the dlrectori' then two Inches of the oil was gone.! -Ex- HIGHEST MARKET'PRICE PAID t i./JtJJ: ,

of this corporation at "a ;meeting callec. "Back he came and -only got the hange. FU IS. FOR RAW FUiS: ANa HIDES l( "J.ii. 1'J '1! .1"
for such put pose'or'by the I Incorporators.
The terms and conditions. upon whlct: same reply from the call boy. Th. Difference._ Weol en Cemmlnfjn.. Writs (fur price ;; ff iJ
the capital stock hall be paid in. exceui "Finally- niter smoking five clgraettes 111 mentioning this ed. r.' 7> :

as hereinbefore provided! shall be prescribed he asked, a little'wearily; how. "Walter. protested a commerelataveler E8t&bUllhtod 1837UISVILLEKY ,. .
and Quod by the.ltoard of Director with Indignation, "I'm both. W'
far tbe rehearsal had gone. JOHN WHITE & CO
of this-cor poratloni.? ':-,.<', >v red if I can ever see any difference ,
the call boy.
"&V" Article VXTlwierm / "Still dying/ answered and
for which this corporation Is 'Great Scott I gasped the nctor. Ul between your roast mutton your

to ewst Twenty )'e.arljunl ss sooner lust be Immortal/ -London Anwers. mat" Iambi""Oh .. .. .. ,
"there .. .
dli #ved byJ.. laTttclo,;:V1"; ; '' ". .. sIr the,waiter rejoined, .
l i n difference! The roast mutton la r
T business or businesses! of this corporation -
shall be coaducttjd\ by'a Boardof .ri.r Unfashionable FIgure. billing and the roast lamb Is one and

n t less than three nbr more than live Emma-I must go right ,away' to '. xpenc" -London MaiL I Neat Printing

Directors, a Fresldeut,a ...Vice-President uremia Murlenbad. .

and sncbOther a; Secretary officers and and fa' Treasurer agents as, this and "Indeed! What doctor, ered that?" r Creates good impression ;
Kile- Official reports show that Texas i .
corH ration may through Its Board of "No doctor-my dressmaker. -

Dlrdbtors autUorlzer TheoQlces of Hoc, lode Blatter.Punishment. has 140,100 miles of public .
retafar and Treasurer may be held by tbe 1 among your correspondents
ramp uerson and any ofltcer may be a h ighwav: in actual use, and 4,625 "i
mewber of the Board of Directors. The Is a.cripple but 'be'ar
said officer* shall severally;.perform Much vea.-*-Spanish Proverb. mites of improved public roads and helps to, give your .

du !sand receive such compensation $3,250
therefor as the by-laws of, this corporation I Tbe state spends I
shall proscribe. The Board of Dlrectlrsshall taxation ; mess prestige. :
.) elected by the stockholder DunnColeman Co.. says in Bid 000) raised by regular'

*'at their regular annual election and LETTERS Get the habit of coming in i tbe construction an maintenance '
elect the of ; do Neat '
Directors shall Printing
the.Board We '
(leer+*of this corporation. Tbe Board ol to our,store; get the habit of of its highways and has issued i" :i i lat -
and officers of this corporation( *
Directors million dol-
more-iban four .
goods}; get tbe habit Reasonable Prices. '
abaft be elected ufeqii tbAseqond,Wednesday 1'g 6vr

41> January. A. D..J.yil..and' ..annually of f telling-your neighbors we arein tars bonds for this purpose during *> .
I t | rearter In uc.h- tnan'ner-as the bylaw > w '
of the corporation may ,prescribe i the Hardware business, for the present year. And she Banner Job Office. '
Tb tfficers who are to conduct the burin .

lor bunlnesMt* of tbUhcorpqntloQ electionS ,m mtual.. benefit, See them, at The Ai is ftfeparing to spend $25 OO.00oon i -. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ,
UD |those elAeMd1a aba- Ilrs Store- %' her*roads in 1911. -
Ib ,qualIfed!. ara I.i F lLQse' a* Big; Hardware. *..::v.,. .' -

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1 ; Call for Primary Election.The IT'S ALWAYS BAD. FARQUHAR
I 431 B. Day .....ot.

the County Democratic of Washington County. ,Committee State of FlorIda of The Best of Backs are Bad When JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. I
hereby makes the following call for I i
'r t not the holding of a Democratic primary They Ache, and Chipley Peo- Everything for th."saw" mlil"ajHMplaining
: election to tx> held la compliance with I
the laws of Florida, In each election district ple Know It. mill. W..lIOw..lb.Ithe
of Washington County. Florida, at I
bad back la bad. UaCM e
the legal poling place thereof, during the ..:;- well known Farquhwvry *
Will Build hour fixed by law for tbe holding of an Bad at night when bedtime cornea.
election on Tuesday, the 10th day of January. Just aa bad in the morning. I direct-to the user> which.: -..,, I
You 1011. for tha nomination of* Democratic '
Up Ever Doan'a Kidney Pllla for it .'
candidate for United Htates Senator try a saving to our
to be voted for by tbe Democratic Know' they cure backache-cure eve- :
and Make members of the Legislature of the State I Large Stock-Eaay'Term*
of Florida, to be held In the year 1911. ry kidney 111? .
You Strong Provided that a second primary If necessary If you don't, some Chipley people Send for Catalog and Price. I
: under the provisions of said law*
shall be held on Tuesday, the 31st day of do.Read
I Old people, tired, weak, January. 1911. to choose between the two a case of it:
down delicate highest candidates If a nomination shall J. E. Cailey, Second St., Chipley, Women
run people, not have been made by a majotliv vote UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. Florida State'College f ,
children, frail mothers, and In the first primary election and at such Fla., says: "For a number of years)a TALLAHASSEE.
primary election only such electors aa weak and<< aching back kept me In mis GAINESVILLEA
those recovering from severe were qualified to vote In the first primary ; irregular Superior But Inexpensive Institution for College of Arts and Schmcee Normal, Scbesb
: election shall be permitted I to vote. ery. The kidney accretions were Men. School of Mnalc.School at Art Schoold.dtagea
j! illness, this is a fact. The County. Democratic CommitteecalllnR : in pas.ag and I Oould find Florida Young alon.School at Home Economical ......
experiment station: .quipmsatthrmahoit, Ttdtirsfree. +
1 agricultural claaa
In Pirnt
: .:.. Thousands of genuine testimonials I said with primary the laws elections of the State compliance of nothing that would rid med the tf"OQoble. VaiYenaa.itenebn. 46 prol_...* and aaauttaMa. Other expeneea tary taw. For 1D1oIfp.tGoaotradd

I from reliable people I I i Florida hereby declares the terms and I had used Doa,,'.Ointwent with ,...... SO per omit bulldtav Increase In and attendance-campua. taatAttractive for ;I EDWA.D CONRAI.InrNeal.k
this claim conditions. on which legal electors good results, and deciding try Doan ptaMeue add.A.. A.MUtfi tt.rraweat.
to. .
{' prove log to become candidates or to vote at
; further the fact and such elections shall be regarded and taken Kidney Pllla, I procured *box .t Mc- -i-
1 I support as proper members of the Democratic store. They acted just ''
Geachy'a drug. ;
our faith in hat'w party and therefore. entitled to participate CITY BARBER; SHOP;
prove and
In and become candidates before as represented, giving me prontpt amid i Wopromptlr obtain U.B. Fttretgnaund fi
say, we unhesitatingly declare and vote at such elections, as follows: lasting relief. I am glad to recam i ,

that any one' who will QCALmcATioars 'or CAKPIDATKS AND mend Doan'a Kidney: Pills to alt aut No Waiting'

try a bottle of VINOL will XLKCTOR8. ferera from kidney complatat.** ,y'S!

have their money returned :i I Those and beComeeandlda&es only those persons shall before.bepermitted Fbraaleby all dealer Price so I, 3, Barbers, fI
Cm Buffak\ I model,sketcH or pt01 invention fee
FtMter-MlIbunt ,
( without question if they are or to vote at,or participate In the management cenb. I bwareporton: 'patentability. For free book
of any primary election held by New York, sole agents for the United .
not.satisfied that it did them the Democratic party of Washington States. ice ms nd1L I RAn MARKS'1Rfo"to Everything jLJptoNtw.Sbave. -
county.Florida who are white Democratic -
good. electors who declare their adherence Remember the name-Doan'a-and ..e... ...... .15cI.c. .'
to the principles and organization of the take other.While Haircutting, .t.. 2So
r S. E. McGeachy, Druggist, Democratic party. National State and no, Shampoo, ...... ZSc.1 -
'F County and who are by the laws of the Massage ... :25cT I
Chipley. a. State awful electors of the district In
which they offer to voter )pposlte U.' S. Patent Office Hair 3 rage....*.. 2Se. f,
Each elector In the County qualified: to WASHINGTON D. C. J I
Is Your Property!!_ For Sale? vote In said elections shall have the rightto We Youf-Patronaje.!
vote for one United States. Senator. his'mother was prepar-

The Chipley Board ,of Trades who That have all paid Democratic their poll taxes white and electors have ingthe Sunday dinner the six- Very Respectfully.,

'. receiving many inquiries for !quallQed to vote In the election held on year old went out into the backyard W. D. Peters Propr., !
November 8t.h.llll0. and are otherwise
homes, farms, stock lands, etc. qualified as herein provided shall be al through:which ran a small I
lowed In the held InJanuary write fen our confidential letter befbre ap
such for to vote primaries
If have property
you 1911 and no poll tax shall be stream of water. He conceivedthe tent!it may; be worth money.; J. J ONES
sale or rent, in the county, or it required to be paid for the year 1910 asa So We promptly obtain U.8.and ForeignPATENTS D *
..... or near Chipley, and will give, usa prerequisite to vote In the. said' primaries idea of making a man.
full description of it, we will ,and the registration. books' lor the he gathered up a handful of clay ttorn.jrAI>iwi'
November 8th, 1910.
election beld on and TRADE MARKS or return ENTIRE
undertake to help you find Lbuyer shall be accepted as correct registrationbooks and began to mold it into human attorney1, ee. Send model sketchor tJIJPLBY.,FLA..

Please state size, location and Each for candidate said primaries.for office being voted form. It was a difficult,task for photo and we on and pateDt an IMMEDIATEFREE adds; sod riv V .

distance from town;' 'amount in tor shall have theright to place one the neck would be crooked the the beat leg aervtoa and owt U CARMlClTAEIi.
'' charges are moderate. Try ua.' ,
cultivation and timber; number watcher and challenger In the Dolling A
place at' each district. In the County limbs were unshapely an4 lack- SWIFT & CO. at Law.
and condition of buildings; water which said watcher and challenger Bb..11be Attorney
I supply, fruit, stock,etc.,naming entitled to be present during the entire ed uniformi While in the 'Patent Lawyot, sa-coUecUoa.a Specialty.

'. ,,. the lowest price and terms' and voters time and the also polls witness are open the. to counting challenge of midst of his task his mother call Opp.U.S.Patent OfflceWashlngton,D.C. ... Ch1DIQX..E12qDo ;

mail or send in to. the votes and certifying of the results after ed him.to dinner. He- left his --_.._---
the closed. -
polls are
THE BOARD OF TRADE, This committee shall meet at the courthouse unfinished'man lying on'the, edgeof "
.: Chipley Fla. I In Vernon at noon on the first Saturday Botanic
4 ; after such rlmary and publicly the stream. In the meantime
canvass the returns and certify the result neighbor's walking ..' ,
of said primary to the State Democratic I You
Uld MBCHAWIC Executive Committee. along the creek and kicked the Blood Balm
It. .gadn.for mrybodr. Ordered and passed In regular meeting **;:
>:: I' / LOOT about tlocMclty.DMoomJnc this the 5th day of DeceMber. A. D.,1910.J. bit of clay into the stream. Take
I fr idonc*.ud t'nonb M. BAPP. (B. B. B.) Cures Through the Blood
not coota. SlmpU old returned
." AND an Lrull.fpmda.a.ewPN Chairman County Democratic Executive I' The six-year I!
copy no*If you saw Committee{ Washington from'dinner and for' time Blood Poison
IhUpopn County. Florida. '. was a ,
Cj Sampson Pub. Co. Attest: seriously disappointed at the dis- THE .BJL 1Rt-!
..;. .aaoo.al..sou..tar.7body. L. D.: McRAE Secretary.On BONE PAINS, CANCER
of his man., But he
P h t e.r r AMBHICAItPHOTOCHAFMVlMchO.lt.a p h y murtM was much encouraged to see It, not
C the Outside. PIMPLES
B uttfulplctur ...monrtl-. y tracks of a human foot in the ,

Ipc4 We he much? of the untrater- sand leading away. He beganto Rheumatism, Eczema -
m.. 9arlont anf' Why' nor;
Iron nxntlon. 1krpNmPr tale paper ,PNOTny nal spirit among-the'members of think that he had .been. more Itching Humors.

.Amsrloia SL,PhotographyBemcoa BoKou. far. PgpN different fraternal orders. Do successful than he had anticipated. remedy D: B.B. B.that(Botanic kills the Blood ooleca Balm In the) la blood the only and: Blood then We will send THJC:B ANN! KB: post ps10to

we ever stop to consider the ex- purifies It-eendinn a flood at pure rich blood direct any address,,for$1 per year;Mo.for,ala*
to the akin aur'ace Bonea.Joint,andwher-
tent of unfraternalism existingon Some weeks later his father ever the disease la located. In this way all Sorea months 35o,,for three months:
Ulcer Pimple Eruptions are healed and cured.
the outside among the na- paina and aches of Rheumatism ceaaea, swellinmsubside.
'to fair. He
A Word With You took him the county It. B.B.completely changes the blood
tives who are not blessed with noticed in the crowd an'elderly Into clean healthy condition. giving the skin the OrEe
rich.red hue of perfect health.. B.B.B.cures the
the teachings' of fraternalism old Try It.
wnmt casefu
gentleman who was somewhat will send Tan BAXVKBI aad tksa:
and who have not as yet tasted : limb' shorter ate to take;composed of pure Botanic Ingredients New' Yrok Thrl -Week World, oa. yeai,
stooped one was .
tpurlfieo and enriches the blood. B.B. B. trenBtbena -
You: cannotlook* about you the blessings'that result from affiliation 'than the other. The little fellow system.the DBUOQIST nerves and. builds$1 Faa up&AXOB the broken. Barnes down for$L66,

". on the streets without' seeing with fraternal orders. followed !him about looking at with directions" BaRT lor FBKB home by cure.writing to BLOOD ejSAMFI.B :
: people who have money We cannot in reason expect any him very closely,,and with seeming samples BALM Co.rive. name ATUatrrA.you G.&trouble.' When if you writing know.for -: .

.: in their pockets which oughtto fraternal order membership to the old .
curiosity. Finally, We will send THB BAr xaa.,aa4.tic s.aAtlanta
:. be in your cash drawer, be an Utopian crowd. As longas man becoming vexed'at the. close 9S 99099999909909000090090I Weekly Journal,eneJMI1810

or to'your credit in the bank we are human, there is goingto scrutiny the-boy, turned and I I When you want

You cannot look about you be dissent and assent right said: See. here, what are you JOB PRINTING Or

in your store or shop without -, and wrong, kicking and progress eyeing'me so for? Said: the little Call on us. i
roughness and calmness.But II you want all three. > papen'-TJnII,"
seeing goods that these fellow : I'd like know
: : to why you eeceeeeeeeceeoeeeoooeocco99O9O99O999O99OO9O9O99OO9 BAITHXB,The New York World..:The.,At.
let take the facts
same people should own- us as we ran away before I got you finish- -. lands Journal-w will make the.:xtr.B.m-

: should now be using. learn them. We have demonstrated ed.-National Monthly. y low price of only $ ,-for the tare. r*-

that fraternal organiza- Advertise inTHE pers. "

These facts hold good.- tions are a boon to, the average ,,8 BANNER I Today is the acceptable time to sabaeriW"

: even if you have been doing man, and the average'man is taking 'The peculiar properties .of Chamber; !i For best: results.cecooeeeeoeeceeceoecceceed..
Iain's Cough Remedy have been thoroughly TilE. BANNBE
"'; __ a good business lately, .to fraternalism like a duck to influenza
tested during epidemics of :
< '. They'are the sor't of facts water. despite the, tocsin. of. and when It was taken In time we I -

.'- .: which make store-keeping alarm-the enemies. fraternalism have not heard of a single case of pneu-

...:. the most interesting in the are torever ringing.-Sovereign .- monia.UcUeachVi Hold,by City Drag Store and 8. ? FRENCHMARKETW'

world-the most tantalizing
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too.1Do .
one, .
'"." }, -- Now is the time to send us

':":r ; realize that A sprained ankle will usually disable order for job-work. .
:. you you the Injured person for three or four weeks your >-S

'-.. -:-. can reach these people ev- This Is due to lack of proper treatment., -- '- Al ,60FfEEt. >s
; week r
ery When Chamberlaln'e'Lintment is applied a tN A Kt
.,t..r.a.e... :
be effected In threeor four
a cure may W"EDO'
If you'place an adv. lays. This liniment le one of the best I '

in The Banner. and most remarkable preparations USA, \ HOW WOULD YOU LIKE rh

-r Sold by City Drug Store and 8, E. ..MeUeachy. P'BILL.

.Y::" '.. It's worth trying. HEADS R. -, HEADN. $100 .In Gold -$100? ,

>.,' ', ,: NOTE ENVELOPES' ; Everyone who sends us in a list of English words made vp of a

:.-r-.,.".;k-.-' Knew His Man. .. READS I n SINES8STATEMENTt'I. any or all, of the letters in '

t.,-- .,- A six year old attended divine N CARDS TRENCH MARKET COFFEE! "

.s"r, r rxo Iworshi with' his father and ,
'4 ,re CIRCULARS PAMPHLETS will receive a present. The one sending in the -
mother. The text was "and theLord 'T greatest flof .,
s MILL' COMMISSARY words will be given One Hundred Dollars in Gold. HIlDe'M
10// of the
t, ..- formed man. out dust dreds of other valuable presents will be given free to coote: ., ,0;.
of the earth.." 'The minister :described CHECKS I CHEO
> F : ants.
the best e ;w
are and vividly'bow God bad RECEIPTS DRAFTN"
;to 'hemoetrellable.-tacrcnna. very For list of and
x _" Every package baa behind It the repotatlon N presents particulars renutl.
made, man out clay and caught WEDDING
". of a house whose bualnea*standards a re Lb.hlche e VISITING fag :contest, ask your grocer or write to 'J
in the trade.
rwrra W H. ....A.....wffl be....... rasa the: attention of the little boy INVITATIONS G VA :Psl ";
_..all YIn. du d full e'..o oat AOUm.&lns aalond, .9..>..*
.1"'- .. ..,er ldra plMillnir ficeds)nr InraluaUs laoo TSTWUM to..i. Bemrtat Vb&eI. ... riveted upon the minister TO R NEW ORLEANS COFFEE, CO ,. LTD;. ,s.

:: ? M. PKHIIV 00.. Detroit 1IIoftA.AJ through the whole sermon. ER.I- NBW ORLEANS"t !

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; ,'......."'" '. '''iDrIIIki' ; t' or comet for obvious rind opposii; I 0 :},'l,

reasons.-Cbester Firkins in ,7J'B
Sunda .
ar ,
life. w.ry i ,
_,__1 a discussion' came 9P '. "
out tbe'fapioua pain tins: of tb .
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"rd'sSuptfer. The Blind Leading the Blind..:. ,}

?ie that the pail. ri ,
story roes ,.
of bavin Jimmy and his pals were plating : (}
[was sO desirous
marbles as the new ministe, '
of the twelve \
countenance '
mr '
came,along.Boys PRINTING
Sescjples, true to the man in; tbe ,
said ,
.the newcomers "
it stood for that. he spettoucg '. ..
the Vcsf' ..:
you show mel the way to J! "
took Creates +
time and the I .. ".
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office? 'J1t -: '
care .in assembling his models. : It ".. .: ,' ". .'- '
in finding Jimmy pointed the way 'an'then c : "j. } .,. '-_ .. .. ." c, ', ,..:. '.
he.succeed ,. : .. : ,
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Qtypes returned] to his marbles. H : ; ,
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for all the character ; "Creates a ood'impresI : :
Little man, said the m.iQister: 1
tab ef shown in the painting ej : tl!.rl'J, ,.'
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:.cepting the Christ and Judas s. don't you know it is" wrong to b 0,. ,'. : i" ,,;. J sion" among. your. '.cor'.' i ., ,. '.- I ::.. .. 'II

Ijrtfr jtnontbs.be hunted for.a. face play gambling.marbles Come that with itis'a.me form'c! and I .. : ,:.r ... ',.':416,'" '' respondents' and :helps.l >': ; ;: ;' f>,,'. "
1. 1' X
that approached his ideal: of J< I'o -flb
will show, you the way to Heaien. ; J.Q I I ;* to give ',your ..business1 ? l'' H' -',!':. ,

$'-uus4it must be .so pure and so < .' '. ;-; :" ," ; J' :,. ....,; '>:(

Beautiful One .day be foun Ah, ch ese: it, Mister, ,sal d 'r prestige. .._ :" ,";,- :.:... : ..:" -
(1)O .
whlitlhe... wanted, in thecountetanoe.ofa. Jimmy,"you show me the way ,to = ; -... : :.', .
boy, a singer on ,
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,. it Heaven, why you don't evei ,. ,.' '
streets: and reproduced. on
know the to the.postoffice.- '
the canvass for the_lovely face. of way .' ..: Prlnting'
tnel&aster.. < ."- :- National Monthly. = We Do Neat : 'i

barrier tdnd'and I .. _
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The Judas was even t; t

for years the, 'paintin WANTS TO. HELP SOME ONE f -, A Reasonable Prices. 'sg;
Mwa' ;
was... ... unfinished, waiting for 'bim For thirty years J. F. Boyer, pf Fertlli \ I '" ,
>to.,secure tte,woagl for, .the; facofTibe Mo..needed held und, couldn't. .flnd 'It .
That's why he wants to belt some on '. .
And then .. ;
{ betrayer:: on 1 '
loose himself be. feel v- ,
Suffering so ,
dayhe ,saw the repulsive lace for now.( alt distress from Backache,. Nervousness '" rt .:.>' \....' ." \ -:' r <" ,:"'; -'I .)
't iat'be. wanted and ask 1 the matVcome..to Losa>of Appetite. Lassitude and ..Give'' us your next order.. ':.' '.. .
Kidney disorders.- Ue "hOW8 that Electric .,., -I:'. ;"' .. .
( t' : ,
-his studio fbr'such I .g 'I':3.:\: : \ : I : .
trou '
Bitters work wonders 1 and we will give you perV: ,
t As tbCj model entered.,"(,the c .w rpoEthSpamteraskms i biOO ,'.Flve bottles..be ;wrf|tee. .whole 'J .. w't"",. ':. -.' ..
P name.and the .cured me and now Ism wetland heartyIts .-:". feet satisfaction,, thus,; "V'tr" ". '"
also positively I suarahteed for Llyc N .
man replied; "Why,, don't. yoi DYIPflP81Blood, 'Disorder!'" V:" : :
1'roublo of
know me.?' I posed for you forthClirist. Femalo Coin plaints and Malaria.. 'lry: (1) \..* making. .' ,you one our. ".;.. '.

.'- J was the singer.."" them; 50c at S. U. JlcUcaehy.Bjornon' ....., ,'<'". regular customers:". ,, '' :., :,' ,:"

'liorrified at the awful chang T -- .' Pcg. .... .... "

nifie "once, beautiful "--face, the Advlo. :' ;' .. ,.. ,'. .
There to a story told of BJorostjern ; .. :
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Inter askedwhat, had been tbse BJornson that arriving at.a late boa ,....'t'e.. ;: ..".

aid received 'an answer, at the town of Bergen w tcb' waa en i t \,.,:.' ..,,, 'J""', ,.f 'f .' .'.. .....,..- ,". ,.'..r ,
I *Kr- ; fete to receive 'him he vouchsafed to ; .... .
word i; t'Drihk.." : ." ," *: '..
I.one .. ., the .expectant people, no finer ,word -THB '.
: ;: : >
.. of wisdom than general recommen' : "
.datlon.to' go'to Jaed. '\' : $.4 '

':A ;;'ROllVF, Itb 1 A'1'n. ,in vain they appealed to him' for. ..... :
"sonp or 'sentiment. The great Blamarck r : GlUPLEY BANNERChipley
IlOw. an appalling calamity his fam .said be. gave the same advice< r' Og .
|",ly.was orevented to told by A, D. MeIfcllaMT ,under jcondlCTons similar and ..wha ;

tfayetteyUlerN.'C.. R'. 'F. D wee! good enough' for Berlin must .slit. ,---, .... ,
/ had consumption he ,
'JN writes,"she was very thin and Dale, hat d Three yean'later, on' visiting ttu .' r Fla. rG

Weakverv \ r town for the second time the master .....
novelist found a deserted city. Not /1 [

King's New: Discovery was tried, and so light burned in tile dismal rallwal <1) \ I .
completely cure 'peen troubled with "' caUgh'lnce3; ; 'were' read'byy'pertiy'burgomasters.. 1 ,
the teas medicine I ever saw or beard of In vain BJornson asked for a cab.

Vorj eroac{couirhs>< hemorrhage-, colds lajcrlppe..bronchial asthma*.trqutrfes ', -
) ;it has no equ'el. soc, fl. Trial' bottie :

'feer. Guaranteed by S. E,*MeUeachj, To.: C. y Corr.pondnt..' c.- as'rQ' : DO YOU KNOW

.; ,Our' young lady' correspondents will! e. $
i.i I .:outer a. favor If they (wllf write or, That now Is the time to build that- home or business house $
tt-o; i: nly one_side of tW paper. We mean S :you have been considering? The present business depression
Forg1wi"ng''Day.: of course, by tbls, ,correspondence In has'reduced the price of lumber and building;materials; labor >h
ended for the paper. A a to the other,, is cheap and plentiful, and you can build now for 25 to 50 per e
ne'nh'e millions, who mightbast lot Intended for publication we..don't cent less than in $
: ,
: become president: of these care: if they write it.on.Sylvanla nil four Bides(Qa.j)' 0) ,JUNE 1907 OR JUNE 1908.
United States, db hereby proClaim md even across O '_ :
and set: aside, Thursday,, : When you think of lumber ory'building material'think of us
'-and the fact that we have completed a modern up-to-date mill-
November o1 .., and Tough. .
as> a day Both
-24,191q !
.... the'sentimental work mill, and can fnrnlsh everything made of wood e
general forgiving., "It's hard, sjjid a building from sills to comb, and that we can 'e
andlady at the dinner table "to think ; .
:7 This ia intended as a.' -"substitute hat this poor.Jlttfe lamb should be de- DO IT QUICK:. e

for t tie ol4-farjreledr[ ont-ol- !!troyed In Its youth just to enter' to our, r.. e
ippetltes." ., Sash Mouldings Framing' Bank':
date: holiday called Tbanksgiv 1
: '."Yes," 'replied the' smart ,Boarder. ,.. Vt Doors Casings' Flooring;"" Drug' t&
fogy 'ffhiaaj'here'ig nothing tmggltng 'with, his portion,.. "It .botlgh. \.JJJ' Blinds Base Ceiling Store ,
tG thankful tor any more;; we \ ."rblladelpUla! Tress. : ., Frames Finish Siding Fixturea.IIii"

C .l l ways find al lot of.things'tcforgive. .ff"". :1 __ .. _... .,<1r", .h.'.. : Estimates cheerfully furnished. Freight paid to your station !
In Mitigation. 'it desired. .
._ have anythingo '
Judge-Prisoner you -
',\'particularly urge.. that. pray- say to- the court before sentence ia : MARIANNA MANUFACTURING\ CO. : :
renounced? ,'llIoner-1 beg tbe courto ', ,
e-r7.be.s id for, the Republican i1
consider my'attorney- 0rt $
the pf
youth ; .
an'd'that'this' noble'institu- IV1A.RIA.IHISA, F'L.A.UONO .
pijty Vnlte' arid Black.

tion1'be pardoned for the "new", --- :I DIHTA.HCB PHONE 821. :
The language of the. Easeand man-.
tariff law as well: as for its sins arid Del' la' (the Instantaneous! of. U. ..........................
residential-ve'tp-omissionarid: whlehla quickly read. -
the'-r :'JvJ* very. > ,
inters tate-cdmmerce-com. mission inccess Magazine: :
: I"(1) ,The New York World DR. R. E. TILLER
Theodore ,
"Let us forgive ,,' ., -:-"" \
JIll':4 T"
Roosevelt for becoming: a trust : Thrice-a.week edition. DENTAL SURGEON

.. Public .FPelt&Co. -. : :-
magnate m founding- f? Florida
The Thrlce-a week World hopes to be Chipley. ,
A.-ttention Monopoly in- restraint t
0 In 1008 better paper than It has' ever
First Nat'l Bank.
of Taft,. / ; RESTAURANT.: u). been beforehand It has made'Us arrangements Office over -
to forgive the accordingly. Its news service covers
*J"et us try pros- IT-t.,.
i the entire globe, and It reports everything COOK-o: lVIcRAE
which' ,
putty qf the country is' (
Also dealers$ 'in Staple fully, promptly and accurately.
rn"adng'ihe ,few rich. 'and theO&B'poor Is the only paper not a da.lly, which la as Attorney' at l..aw.Offk. .
r -. ".' nd Fancy Groceriesonfectibharies tfJG" good as a dally, and which will keep you
; .,ere fblCareful !fletlesal. ...k. ;,
Informed of II happening .
as completely .
look wit) charity Smok-' "
ittW 1.:means ) throughout the world. I
/ attoatlon given all matters entrustto
up+d' the"trusts which, are. contpuplif .- t. .: r' The Thrtoe-a week World Is fair In Its mT care. Collect.....made. :L"*.' .
titliiing" i \t e'cost of'HvRemember :- ers'Goods, Fruits; Veij ((1) political reports. You can get tbe truth Affuitlorre.pau.lble time and are- ..te
". that t Bey will ,bles,. Fish and ,OVsters. ; {/). from publican Its coluoons or Democrat, whether, and you that are 18 a,. what Rer uraacecomoanlM.'s';:..... ..

o, ;ddi: 'mon -lathe next.. cam. ,... you want.A .
.Paten. None is born 'President, tock- new. and.. .prices : a I spedlalfeature of the Thrlce-a-weck CURTIS L. JONES i ,

Presidents:"- while ittle cheaper, We want World has always been Its serial fiction -
sow acquire ? Itpubtlahes novels by the best authors In
yg have Presidents thr st' ,up trade. Give. our U' tbe world, noves whlculn book'form'sell NotaryPnbllc State at Large.. .' .
ocTypu. your : for 11.80 apiece and Its high standard In
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.iI' Wit. u 'torKtve:: Alfred.-. :Auitin. estauranta a trial. Ser- .I. ...-<< thlttespect will be maintained' la the fut All business_ entrusted., t, ,to
f"tJlr1tJnar-- rhymes, Mrs. Hum- ice first class. Located '. : inn f ::.,, ure' The as In Tbrlce-a-week tbe past.. World 'regular mY'care will have.my; mpt t-o'7.;

pbryWard -forwriting/ novels, ? Phone' subscription price Is only "1.O0 per year .attention., Fees reasonable;"
1'Tharpbuiiding: and this pays for ISO paper We ,ofter'bill ''JIt
Rtidyard Kipling *for writingn :"- .. .' I unequalled newspaper and The Ban ,Canle. found'at. Post Office
:.il andAnttoqy Comstock No; 8. /. ,
>mg: .' together for one year for $1.65. Tbfl .,l .jW'?
'Hrl*' ingjwroWgii-: j '. ; 5 .. ;' '"" ." regular subscription price of,the two pa Wousau Floridam.dru""i.l
ChipleyFla.: : '. ,

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C. IV U. Proffrom for Dec. 27th. ;

Town I L ] Personal. IT f
9 iJ I Topics. Opening hymn:-Jesus sbal '
Next Sunday is Scripture.-Each member to- J. W. Nelms of Car, was a -visitor HINTS .TO :

a verse dear to her. in.the city Friday. ,

We wish one and, all i I I Prayer by leader; audience to O R. Smith was, up from the 't'r
1 in attitude of prayer and mill at Wausau, Tuesday.W. Now is the time that you realize ,' "
To curry favor is as softly one stanza of Nearer I I

effort as to merit it. I I God to Thee;; then a short C. oockey was up from the on your season's w rk. ,;;
site and spent Saturday.A. .
1 1 I by Mrs. E. N.' Dekle; au county ," .
Altogether too many As you sell your cotton grain, "'.
1 I will then stand and sing W. Weeks returned from a .'
have a "good night" e .. r \t
remaining stanzas. short business trip to Pensacola ,stock or other produce, place ;
on their face. .II!; '
Reading-Miss Neal' address Tuesday. :-your money onopenacc.ountwith .1,1.

The newest and the Conventio.,;'Mrs. B. Blake. -John Nelson was in town and ,\ reliable bank. :'to
a .
ceries and the closest -
on urgent demands. made presented editor with a ham :s.. I
town at Harvey's ,. ,. the Convention ,Mri: J./ R.. Tuesday., I. :Pay all your bills by check, '. : .
''''.:I C* ',. ;
How about that <1 < 1 which makes the best kind of a .
farmer I
'T. L. Jones a "
county Fair for the fall *;&;:: ".
near Wausau, was in town receipt, and avoid the worry and "/
: Don't all speak at once. call and minutes. .,
'I' Closing prayer by Mrs. Josie trading Friday. danger attending the carrying :
The Chipley Hardware : .I
Mrs.A.I. Miller returned froma 5
a special message for of large sums of money. .. ,
"- .. lengthy visit with her parentsin
other column. Read it.
A Poor Friend. Texas, last week.J. Our offices are always at the ...: .'
The pork barrel
A. Sims a prosperous farm- disposal of customers and
... today than it formerly is a telling paragraph J ;
the prices are still the Gainesville Sun. good er living near Bonifay, was one of country friendR.
in the but the visitors here Friday.N. -
every day year par-
Jf belieye you
you appropriate just now P. Bryan candidate for U.
ought to be able to -
the Christmas holidays are S. senate, addressed a small"au "
-sometimes not always.What's The First National Bank ,
hand and so many men in hos dience at the school auditorium

-' the matter mood are prone to ask Tuesday night. .
izing a Blount. club in neighbor who has "sworn OF CHIPLEY.
i A. W, Potter prosperous far-
I Who will take the to,take a drink. Many an
mer of the Econfina section, was
Kill the cattle tick. I thus extended and ac in town Tuesday, and made a
I has led to death or some
aging on that which calf at the Banner office..
mankind and should be form of tragedy a few hours
'ed. The Shin says: Rev. R.-C. Williams and family We can make you specially low I ted.Experienced'ox'' team

"He is a poor friend who offers left Wednesday for their homein prices on Nai1s.--Cbiply Hdw Co I rivers and owners of teams to.\

If you have any a drink of whiskey whom Montgomery. The best wishes Vrhe Misses Richardson ar \ contract: logging. Apply to C. \

life pass some of it along knows, is doing his best to of our people go with'them. I making special prices on baby W. Hagerman, Vilas, .' Liberty I

I one else who may, have the use of the beverage Miss Annie Newton'*came over'leaps, ready-to-wear hats, collars ;ounty. Fla.; /

\ tie. unfits him for business and from 'Marianna Friday evening
and belts during the holidays. / the
starch in his family grief and sut- and spent Saturday and Sundaythe Dunn Colemaq are
Vanity puts
4 i IV'Santa Claus never older wire fence people. Don't forget
bone and spring in the Instead of offering him the guest of Miss Maggie Allen. grows
him I I n appearance. It would be sad': they are the first people to ever
drink congratulate
it js getting the black his efforts to leave off the Misses Wbitaker Home and if he,did, for he war an, old 'man give you the benefit of the right

the neighbors. ot it. Many a poor fellow Rollins attended an entertainment -, the first time we: ever heard }'y>f prices. Give them your busi
at Graceville Friday nigh. I '
Don't buy Christmas been, influenced to return to ness.
until visit the mi11in the Go doubt the young ladies had a .
you old habit of drinking by -- -- --- --- -
of the ,Misses Richard ,men who well know it has pleasant time. -\ 0 ; tO9Q99OO9999OQ999O99QO999Q99OO99999QO999999OOOO9HEADQUARTERS

have anything you want., e cause of his downfall." / Miss Mamie Tharp, who has I
.. been at Headland Ala., for several ,
'Tbe round-trip fare to .
I months? ; is at home to spend,
cola, account the,State, N, C. Stockton was in town '
; I the holiday season'with her mother 'I':
Association meeting, grow.'w. 'night! and made I, Mrs.. ,C. Tharp. She has as For Good Things to Eat! :
there Dec. is : -
27-30 only $ speech standing on the sid her guest, Miss Zoe Baker.

Did you try-to help' in front of McGeachy's I ...11..IC'..S.s....$M.. ':"
he told
store. Of course

ber Thanksgiving to do so at? If not' ,, small crowd of hearers that >increase'Why does steadily the cost of living S i j' S. Just [Received: \\

wanted to go the tI. S. senate. so people are
a little money can make Because .
asking. so men Raisins _
J burden of his speech was many ,
poor children happy.. Fruit k'd
in 4
lawyers and banks. are engaging politics and reform Prunes,

i -- Christmas is a rel ready for Christmas? instead of farming; becauseso Currants Other Cakes. I
", sion'and should be many men are becoming doc-
such. Cutout all that is right. But heaven pity tors, lawers and preachers 1i- Citron, All kips'of Nuts. "
". man, the father, who spends Seeded Paisins. I
\ mankind and' stead of farmers;; because so
.. degrade his cash for his jug, and has -
hSgher.and better side of many men believe they must
left for the mother and work the! public" instead of the ,Oysters Every Day ::

:If The If you have no wife, :
you 'owe farm; because so many 'men become -
-- thing come up like a boy,or girl of your own, re agents instead of engagingin W. W. HARVEY
the old father and moth-
.settle the account, or 'I' modest and profitable farm
range meats fonts, far away and theyounger work.-St..Cloud Tribune. oeccoooocoooceoaacoccoocoeooooooooaaaDeoaaDeoaoo

this and your Christmas of the old home. .'
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happier. the proud man or wom

who never speaks to a child. !I'
The will feast
r or broadcloth may be in ev
days at .least. Perry"
but somebody has forgot-
that prince of good
the past. Even a dog likes Dunn-Coleman CO Inc.
-j' remembered us.with .a .
be noticed. And we may. nev
supply ot backbone and

.". first of the week. know what may be wrapped 5 (Successors to DUNN HDW. Co.), ..
.. in a boy. Some future Rover .5 5
.. .
,.r" or or president may be coyer \ .;, Capital Stock $16,000.S ,

,'J Good Advice. by a shabby boyish coat. H ''': :"!" .. \, _
I :, "":'" 'J"' .. .. .. .. .. .. ,
.'- !' }, .".. .". -
r We all owe it to the c week in Wilks-Barre Pa. "

I 'ty in which we'live, beat his wife. The case ,
says Hardware. Is our* "Lonp.Solt": c; ,
.,. J usia'County Record to to the notice of a justice of ., "" -.

thing we can, and in | peace who ordered the man We are the first people to regulate the prices Hardware !
that we can to secure the him- nd when be arrived, ,

.. and best advantages justice was waiting, whip in Wire Fencing, etc. ;, .

it.In a certain sense The justice said: "Take ,

perity of our neighbor your coat;'' there is only one We are headquarters for Buggies and Wagons, Coffins and. Caskets

.r l great deal more to us for such brutes as Stoves and Ranges, Sewing Machines and Washing Machines .
of some one who lives I' and you are going to get if.," ,
all :kinds, Shelf Goods, Harness, Saddles Bridles 'etc.
So far as possible, we justice i in this instance cer- ,
bear in mind in buying meted out punishment. -

.-, We can better afford,, the crime. Builders Material a Specialty.. Improved Farm Machinery, .Cutlery

citizens to pay our home seems to us that stock rais- Ammunition Paints, Oils, Varnish, etc. .

,firm,price for his goods would be a profitable busi- -
We also deal Live Stock \
send' our money away; for our farmers'to enter in- _
F know that every dollar There are car load after-car \

citizen makes will help. ofmules. and horses shipped :: ,We, Solicit your Business and Guarantee Satisfaction !'
taining our schools, this eection each year.. This -

other public institutions. could be raised just as well : iS 'I -

things being anything as in Tennessee Kentucky ,T { / Dunn-Coleman Co. r"I

i. ,,,. .:it pays richly to Missouri. It should be just .. I.
t };( f important to the farmer to ..... A. G. "
;. industry. his own stock as it is for' McQUAGGE General Manager
Let all do this when
us to raise his own. bread and
:' and, then, watch. Chipley [ > I
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