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Title: The Chipley banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: C. Tharp & Co.
Place of Publication: Chipley Washington County Fla
Creation Date: January 5, 1911
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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conditions are.' improvJ is right.direction for all of us as we from the.local publisher the $1.00 pool'' per,sons poop? Well, it's so' ; \ "' .

that The accomplishments of the are tempted'to criticise our neigh that his publication costs, not for they imagine i that it woul '\. b': : '. : ::

., faroivare 'beginning to 'figure. in bore to get thoroughly into' our considering", apparently, the real lower. their social standard to"do. r,'.)t.,.;.' :zany I';:,

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item "ia" given.as much prominenceas "two sides" and that,of ter all we .- The merchant often offers, hands. Hence they think that if ':,. .', '' ''.}:i: .' ,.I!

am'pleased to tell tie; "people' of would a senators views on the hear' we, really know precious lit- inducements that 'mean to the: they-cao't Ret some soft kid glove ;'. .': zjob'called'by
chI gey'and otc ai ;'that'I have pu'r. tle name a position, ,
tariff and, it is really of more im- of the burdens that the men purchaser a savingot three times .
chased the business of.BuellCOok.f they would rather loaf. As the .
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.t.': -? '; :' portance: the price resnlt many are out of a b. .

; I represent onlv tire very -beut com5panIe.ftli6Be'trmetrlecl1and "By combining thorough tillage every day. yet advantage thereof is'not tak, Any kind.pL'w 'rk' Is far more

t :" i fire tested crop rotation, barnyard. 'fe c rtitizer en because the paper is' not in evidence honorable t aului.4ng.. ... .

o('J.t, wu are'sure4: J ,I'would be : and a judicial use of commercial "WantediOO in the household and

glad io write you a. llcy."JTh..alu ; fertilizer.. \V1 II. Dubose knowledge.. is not acquired'' that (i Y 'l 1
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tt Brundidge, Ala., has succededin 'property' owners to leads to acceptance of this offer: 'r" r :
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'If&elwlli'iell: ttf&\Th 'savin/ra: / of 'a producing. seven bales of, cotton No man ever tQ k.a weekly paper EXPERIENCE ...' .
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o minutes. Not so,elf you are insured. 'nothifaff but the ordinary.cot Elastikote Paint. yearif a:buyer of anything at all EVE BPECIALIf3T' ', .
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place your Insurance with m&. It won't.crakll. peel, blister ) Dr. Wi1soii's"iJff ,
nt.tj ", j ,.: $38.50, as follows: Breaking the he availed. ,,himself o'P advantagesits ": .
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land, 3.50; rebedding? $2.00;'hoes 'or.scale off. Guar columus set'forth and of whichhe '
B. Gallaway P'rom ELEVEN to SIX' o'ck.
're. ing $1.50cuItiyating$8.00'pick.; anteed for five would! not be informed in '.anyj I' ;
b 1 t. .' : ing,'$16.00;. ginning, $4.50; haul years. other way First Tuesday In Each Month. .

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THE BANNER. Pint Printtoff 4,000 Years Ap. F- ootoeoetoaoesooaoeoaoa a -


'J, Not long ago it was assertedon THE SODTIMIN L1P11 AND ACCIDENT

Church Directory.M. what seemed to be fairly good Nurse Says :

E. Church, South.-Preaching every evidence that the ancient Egyptians In.harnllc: Company
let and Srd Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. "I I ,
B. O. Williams, P *tor. had some knowledge of elec know what is good -
I ., Sabbath School 10 a. m. W. N. Sheets ricity. Now another "modern" for young and old ori -._ .

!Ii Superintendent.Prayer Meeting Thursday nights., invention has been robbed of Us ple,' writes lilts Mara i Aflarianna. Florida. .,t

, Young Men's prayer meeting Tuesday Dykstra, a trained nurse i ..
youth by a recent discovery madein >
I nights. Everybody cordially Invited. : of South
Bellingham
Invites
Q your attention to its New,Line Policies as"embodying- mail:
I Crete, Excavators have un W sh., "and will say thatI "
:'' Baptist Church-Freachlng every Snd i mum of practical protection at the,lowest practical price. A remarkably
earthed at Phacotos a disk of consider Cardul the best
;.. and Sabbath 4th Sunday.School Colllerpasfcor a. m.. P. C. Hawk clay six and a quarter inches in medicine for: girls and i i cheap contract, but safe and conservative and backed.by home capital. I'ii*

Superintendent. women. Jt ,makes them "w. n.
PCIIoTer: Meeting Wednesday. nights diameter which bears on its two feel like MILTON..Pre'-clcnt" .,
,. l' new'persons'relie'ves Directors' J. R Gammon. John MUton. Jr..W B.Watwn,N.t r,.Baits.i
I ; sides 120 figures of men, animals ,their pain ,and, reg.. I j.E.Brook J. M. Dillon. H. H.Lewi.Joh MUtoo,ilL ,f
Po.tome.Dtreetory. trees and other things!! which constitute ulates womanly. troubles. ooooocaOCGOOOOOCClOOocoooeceeooOOOOOOoeoOOGOODOOOM I
Officehonrs730 a.m. to 7:00 p m.; ex "Both >>O
cept Sunday the earliest hieroglyphics my daughter and I -

Eastbound mall at 10:20 received great, benefit.
closes .VIWestbollnd used in Crete These representations -
mail closes at 6:10 p.m. If it is Machinery you want, we have It. Writeus

Mail from Vernon arrives at 10 a. m.. are not engraved but are 801aa for catalogue: prices and terms.
and leaves on arrival of the east bound, stamped with a punch. It is ,a >9n.

mall. true of and CARDUI MALSBY eOM-PAIXY
sample typography
,,Sunday hours: 11:30: m., to 18:80 p. m.,: Taken
Money Orders Issued at all hours when ; dates,from the twentieth century
office la open except :Sundays.: before the Christian era. Print- 41Soulh Forsyth SL* ITlrL 4A.
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era therefore will have to look for The Woman's TonicAs We sell the following: well-knowa'1l cNar
Hench& Dromgold Ociser "Peerle, and A Sh IctSaaww
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Our Clubbing LI..., the cradle of their race not ,to I a', medicine for female Mills in all sizes and capacities; Erie C.ly,. Oelstr itbPe (.8S..".B BAMMEB and Seml-weeJtly Atlanta Juttenberg, but to: Crete, where trouble no medicine stanwood & Gamble Engines and Boi.'crs in all sizes Challoiter and Perkins
F ,Journal, per year 175. i Shingle Machinery; Balll Saws, Cdffoi( 1. Grist MUle'Peerless"Threshers,
BANNER and Thrice e-week New York heir art was practiced in a primitive you can get has"theold Planers,Steam Feeds,and various other Machinecy: Repairs and Mill Supplies

World per year, 165. way four thousand years established reputation, We'' can furnish you the best Machinery on the market and at the same
that Cardui has. time save you money. We have no branch house. ,
BAJTNEB and Seml-weekl.Tlme.-Un. ago.
n and Citizen, per year$1.60. .. Fifty (50) years of suc-
BA.RMBB and Home and Farm, per year II cess ,prove' that It' has

$1.2. Trlntlog Industry In Front Rank. stood the greatest of all UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. Florida State College For Women

tests-the',test of TIME. I '

General Directory. Did you ever stop to think .of As a, tonic for weak women A, Superior,But GAINESVILLE Inexpensive l Institution, for TALLAHASSEE
the employed in the printing Cardui the best because Florida Colleireof Art and adman naai school
army Youar Mes. School of !Mn lc.School of Art School el KxprMk -.
STATE OFFICIALS. industry in the United States it is a woman's tonic. Four collegia, agricultural experiment station: >n.School of Home Economic
UDlyersltyexteD"ion. 46 profeMorn and Meiat First cau| equipment thnarhout. Tultbei
Governor-Alber W. Gllchrlit. The figures turnished from Pure, gentle safe, re- nta. 80 per cent increase in attendance last .-. Other PCMM wry-tow For inlormatkMaddre
Secretary of State-B. Clay Crawford. liable. Try Cardui. )ear. Attractive; bulldlnga and camp,.. For **, .
Washington are startling. Thereare I catalog addreaa A.A.t11USPRREE,1r.ddaat. EDWAKB care.....".....* ..
Attorney General- Park Trammell.
Com. Agriculture E. McLln. 310,000 editors, artisans, -

craftsmen and other workmen :
FARQUHA.R MACHINERY CO.
Treasurer-Wm V. Knott.
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Supt. Public Io.tructloD-W., M Hollo- employed in the printing businesin 43. 13. Bay Streot..JACKSONVILLEF' .
/. v.r., '' this Peculiar Superstitions.The .
way. 1)' JIComptrollerrA. ; : country. LORIO.
0.Croom. >Io ; When'lt comes ,to money the people of Kulu are extremely:
superstitious and go in extensively for for the mill and
Supreme Court Thoi. M/Shackleford, Everything saw
total is rather astounding.. The demonolatry. Many trees'are held to f ** .
,, Chief Justice; M. H. Mabry.Cler capital invested is given as $00- be sacred and bave tiny'tempi*.* dedicated plalnlnlf 111111. We are DOW. selllnr" .

.' Railroad Uommlssfon-B.Hudson Burr, to.them. :The: demons are popularly '
000,000 and the annual product the well-known Farquhar Machlncry -
\I' Chairman;' B. C. Dunn, Clerk. supposed to live at the tops of

!."' Judge first judicial .circuit:-J,Emmett reaches the tremendous figuresof trees and If a tree falls In such a way '.direct,to the user which, mean. ,.. *'
; Wolfe; Pensacola. "" "' $650,000,000. that It la possible pass 'under' It,'as

':; -, 'State Solicitor: first Judicial clreuitJ.Walter It would appear that printer's .Is often the case on the mountain' sides, a saving to Customers, ..
Kehoe.' every man before'go beneath the Large 8tetfr-4 ay Terms. ,
nk is well along in the front rank trunk will place'on,it a stick or stone

of American industries.And to propitiate Its guardian spirit. Certain ., Send !Catalog, and'Prices.' .
; u. s.LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS. '
; streams are also sacred, and no .._ .
H.,S.Chubb, Register, Gainesville: Fla. the best thing about it is one Is allowed to'' wash dirty clothesIn -

,'l" 0'.Shields: Warren, Receiver, Gainesville.. that the demand of the hour is them. One ,year some strangers gyn.'
came Into the valley and happened to F. F. Pelt & Co.RESTAURANT.
1.1 t j\ for: better newspapers, higher. 'pollute the water of a river In this SAY'! .. .
1: WASHINGTON COUNTY OFi'ICEKS.t" .
; class and more accurate. The'! manner.: It phanced be a year of ,
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Circuit Clerk-W. C.'Loekey;.Veraon. capital invested calls for the best I extraordinary rainfall, and the pee ''
"' ,County Judge-- A.Hutchlion Vernon. ple Implicitly believe that the excesalre .,
Sheriff-U. G. Allen, Chlpley. and every wide awake publishers rain was sent by the outraged We.will send tbe Banner free".for

. TreQll11'er-H. B.Tiller, Vernon. striving for improvement.; I Meota" of the stream. punishmentWide
Also dealers !In
,' the term of this Staple
fax Assessor J.J. Wlllla.... Chlpley. World Magazine., school to
Tat Collector-W* B. queer' ttconnaa.: : ,- and : .
Fancy .Groceries.
MAKING LIFE BAFJl:R., I
Supt. Public Instruction-B. Gainer, Gr.al.r"rii.n the'Ntton.
To White TeacherIn
Every
Wausau.! : :' :,- \ Everywhere life Is being made more safe There,la a certain congressman who, :I Confectionaries Smoke
Hupervjiaor of Reltlnr tlon e-'_ W. through the work of Dr. King's new Life whatever authority>he may' hold lathe II I ,

y .. Ga.I,9IWo'. j Econflna.. { Pills In constipation, bllllouoneis, dyspep councils of state, is of'comparatively Washington, County ers Goods ,Jruits..lle.et.:
ountv floll ltor-4. D. Carmichael, ala Indigestion,liver trouble,kidney truu minor' importance' hIlt 'own
Chlpley.I t>le, and bowel disorders. They're' easy, household. Indeed I It has been unkindly ables Fish and .Oyste '
County Surveyor-Thoi. Collins, Cary- but sure, and perfectly buildup the health. Intimated that his wife la "the Who will send us the news of ,

vllle, Fla.. :, ,' _' !300 at B. E. MoGesobf. whole thing1' In their: 'establishment their each week Stock: new and 'prices "a :
had community or .
and 'Mrs.Blank
Representative
County Commissioners3fHSf "
.1 Simons"; Chairman, VerDonW been to BaltImore. one afternoon.' every: two, weeks at least. little cheaper. We want ;:',, \
tfush,'Chlpley. 1 Costs $600 to Fire One Con. When ,they' left.'the-train ,at'Washington
your trade. Give our *;
their return Mrs. Blank discovered
on ,
-V. Evans, Version S Correspondents write '
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It may on
f will cost $600 to fire
vllle/ a single that her'umbrella, which had I' ''
J.;W Porter Mill restaurant trial. .Ser ,
J.TJ i Blghtower.Vernon. I!shot,from the new $14-inch guns been Intrusted to the care. of her bus, :any subject of general ,interest. ,,- i

School Board: i which are to be introduced in the band' was missing.. I, *v vice first class. Locatedin : ,:'

G. B. Bush Chairman; Orange Bill new battleships. New York and "Where's, my pmbr.na 0'?" she demanded Our only request' is that they refrain Tharp building.i Phone ,

:S.: J.Gainer.St.Andrew. ,
Texas. There will,be ten such "I'ui..afraid IJye; :,forgotten. It 107 ;
W. F. Buss Vernon., ,- from using the name of '
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:,,, -v'"', guns on the New York. They dear," ,meekly answered the congress :::1,
man "It must;still ,be'In the train."
i in calculated :
to give
are to be mounted the person a way Fla.I '
r CBIPLEYCITY.OIfFICIALS. along ,center "In the train snorted the lady Chipley, : :
, Mayor-H. H;Wells! *" r: line Of the'ship so, they can "And'to-' think*'that the affairs of the offense. ; "

:: Marshal-D. .. Farrior..lerk'&ndTreul1J'erW, be trained on either broadside. nation are Intrusted to a man who -
I'4/' \.. W, Cook. know' SCARLETI
dean't enough to take care of a
Council-A. D. Carmichael) chairman, a single broadside'wi11 cost six woman's ambreUarSuccess., Let us e"tir" R. F. : ; : ,
,\,,r, -...... C,B.Dunn,J. MpGefichy O. &:Tharp thousand dollars. ----, .-a-. ,_ .

". Jo1 fr*** The cost of,the ten guns and An AwkwaYd Sel. tlon. Notary Public.. ,; ,' '

-- The'IOr t Baron Kenyou was rather ..4 ,. '
. their mounts for'' one battleshipwill From You.
= fond ottelllng'tbe story of,bow while Real Estate Handled ... "
be 1122000. Each wiil
gun on clrcult"wltb Justice.Hook, they entered "J
The Banner weigh a fraction over sixtythreetons. "'a,.:village'Just ,trl time to "accompany Collections a specialty. ,x :. .' :
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When the 'are givenau the population :'to the little vU- We want the News ,;. "I' .;
guns Office in First Natleaal. Bask. ; ,
lag church.. The parish clerk, anxious : .r.:
elevation of 15 "
degrees their
to have the'congregation'show due ap

J :;": Chipley Fla. range will be 21,700 yards, or, preclatlon.' >f ,the honor ,conferred by ',0 ,'" r

.. approximately, twelve miles. ''he presence of tbe distinguished Jo-
oats, gave::'ouj {two verses of one of .
.'*''\Stand* for the Upbuilding of Their extreme range will be even the metrical psalms! "Speak. 0 y. Here's a Good Slogan for 't

;?-*; ':, greater. At 10,000 yards' Judges of the earth' If Just, your SCDteuce .
> range-more than five miles- 'be. or most not.. innocence ap '

', .' .: ::,, Chipley,' + r these guns will have ,a penetra- peal"to'heaven tl'o'm'10ur'decree1 Your Bigger: ''and Better Business.;. .
j" "' ".>, tion of seventeen inches of face- wicked hearts and judgment are alike r.i'
:', by: malice swayed your griping bandit \ '
Washington County.
; hardened armor. .. .. .. .. ,.
1,1' by mighty; bribes to violence betrayed" .II. .. I. .
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/ By this time most of the adults bad' .
,',,(:.,' And Florida, : If;you will carefully:! count your:; woke: np to the application the DON'T BLOCK THE WAY! 'i. ',j
psalm and remained silent Allowing 1 ,;'
will seldom' have ,'
expenses you / ,
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second
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children
to continue the
i tion $1 I Per V a r. occasion to ask the band ,to discount Verse.-London Taller. Move as fast'as the procession,' move'h out.". '--Take' the .(.
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your note.The"boaster's. ..' -.. ,-. pace of the company you are in'or make way,for'the matt.;. .,, ,
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..' A WILD BLIZZARD RAGING .\.
story of his life
We :
make a Specially of \
i is too much like the historical brings danger suffering-often death-t< ,* \ .' : !'..
thousands, who takes colds, coughs and la Don't stand in the way of new ide s. ,Don't pause in the, J 1fi.
Neat novel-one part 'truth to three )
grippe-that terror to Winter and Spring .
; ', parts fiction. IU danger<< sigpal* are stuffed ,up nostrelslowerpart path of better. system. Don't settle down, on the Iadder'ot" i'L '. .: ...

\ J' Artistic. '. of',nose'sore,'cbllls..,:and fever. success. Don't be'a,barnacle on the ship of pteK 'eu.' -
v pals In back of bead and a tbroat-xrlpln ,
Commercial ]Printing The boys and girls get enough cougb When Grip attacks, as you.: ,value : :

,.','. hardknocks* out .in the world, your life!Hon't'delay..rtttnot ttr. Kia,'. Change means progress. Progress mean.advancement'' '''
New: Discovery. One bottle cured !
," of' without your being stern and me, i
f' rites A.L. Dunn ct Pine Valley, Mis*.. '
: : 'The Banner, harsh with them .Let:your.,home alter being laid np three weeks with,Grip. Advancement .means movement Mow:!

; ; .. be to tbenf a shelter and a ref'uge For sore:lungs,hemorrhages, coughs,cold .

: :. J .."*:" from'the, storms. and trials of whooping couch,. bronchitis, asthma Its DON'T BLOCK, THE WAY! >" '
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,9.'" *,' .What the Maid Sald.----- I Chin**. St* !'***** on Paeiflo LIIMI'1" CITY BARBER 'SHOP.[ .
\Vemlll,1, fn o n i :"mi) ri.Mnl t=>" >, t b ,lUlU
;< Mrs. Dalton had become I vshoMo tJ.\t uOt FRENCH
very for Honolulu on u ship > : : J
,"tired from shopping, and slipping anti sallorw are ( hlnuinon. \lien! If nil No Waiting. I ;
doer not go well w ''fr'i HiiIMMU'',; mot"on!
jjpn her kimono, prepared tor rest
i In days of storm, uur( cuiuol\ r.ill I lo bo 3 MARKET
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(' Her colored maid j just at this entortuincd by these IIVI'Y nom: of the Barbers

int announced a caller. I orient.
The costurn? worn by the steJ'1..I.quite !* Everything Up to-Now. COFFEE
No, Annie, said Mrs. Dalton,. N.- : ..
rfcrnarkablp For< oidlnnry. everyday MARKKT>
: cannot see her. Tell her to i wear they don white garmentathat Shave .. . .. ISc. IMaVaIaW .v IIa Mw'IA9ae'I '
I lu Haircutting, .... 25c.
please excuse me as t.in neg- lesetnble American piijaruaa Shampoo, . ... 25c. LIKE
igee. their style 'of cut and fit. ; For dlniur! Massage, . . 25c. I, HOW WOULD YOU '-

each evening-ftfcd) Sundays tiu0 fclnt Hair Singe,. .. .. 25c,
<. p;' When the message was delivered Bull are exchanged for light b'.uo! jpit' .. $100 In Gold-$100? r'
Mrs. ooeufci of the same description father .
Dalton heard her visitor We Solicit Your Patronage.
odd livery to prosaic minds Qf .
our
laugh so heartily that it even : course an every Chinaman presets!) u Very Respectfully, Everyone who sends us in a list of English words made up of

: ", .' ,{penetrated her bedroom. habitual 'solemn silence.! If. owing to W. D. Peters P. any or all, of the letters in '

"'a Calling&:: Annie, she asked the an iuterestlujf conversation the passfu- ropr. "FRENCH MARKET COFFEE"
the dish wlUi which
.;el"'fails to notice '

I pause I dunno of the, ma'am hilarity.I really (dunno, aim the 'table tyu, ; .patient steward Clilnaiiiftn Is frying. stmuls 1 J seno hn For Over Fifty Years.Mr. will receive a present. The i onesending in the greatest list r

1 II' of words will be given One Hundred Dollars in Gold. Hun '
answered Annie. movable, with outstretched ham] and: .. :
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gplitiixllUe countenance, until atteutlorH Baa been used Wln lor low over&oothlna FIFTY YEARS durup by MILLIONS ;, dreds of other valuable presents will be given free to contest-

I t What did you tell her? asked:;. t: drawn to UIuiKtifter which Ills duty WHILE of TBKTHINCi MOTHERS, With for their PERFECT CHILDREN SUC : ants.

Irs. Dalton. done,. he sllpa'Ju tjlltufe ou his wuy c. :SS. It SOOTHES the CHILD. SOFTENS
that UMS. ALLAYS all PAIN CURKSWIND For list of and particular regarding .
presents
attendedto
Plodding, silently the sailors 1 I
Why I done tole her to please : COLIC, and l&the beat reniedy for DIARRHUSA -
, their duties with mournful faces that bold by DruirirUt In every part of the world. Be I I contest ask your grocer, or write to
., ,. Etacuse you, as you was naked as strongly appealed to. me. ,They ate sure and ask for"Mra.Window's Soothing Syrup"
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.. ,"I Ta. jay. .' yChamberlain's witu'cnop .kff, sltHtigjou thcJi1 beep, I ;
0;. the while, ft nil were. In fact: eminently I NEW ORLEANS COFFEE CO., LTD. j' ..
natisfaftory specimens l tit every way-' D. CARMICHA.EL. '
(NEW ORLEANS
Cough Remedy! la. 1'10Q
Travel Magazine.: ,
\ 'j. ommo.i, e ery day couch mixture. It is .."- Attorney nl Imw I I H rr rrI
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;*;i meritortousremedy for all the trouble- Collections a Specialty. -
A Chinese superstition. .,j
.ome and datneroua conjpnoutioua result- I i
\ Jhlpley l Ha
flag\ from cold In the bead throat, chest or Fen8b.nl 1 Is the Chinese superstitionthat ) *,t01 *_'
.. Sold by 8. K. blcOeaI Y'Rnd City determines good Rite or legality '
'. ,rug Co. -. ., ,' and if a town ou the .Yangtze haa not
) trade will not t< We promptly obtain U.8 and Foreignddl1d
agood} feugsbul come >
It. and 'It1 AylU' be ruined. A "town fd I L
: named Pelshlb had.Its pagoda In the t. I NOW IS THE TIME
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F !15,1 Wilson in the West. wrong place-not fur enough down the d ,
; rlTer and result wan that all traf
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1-1. Writing to the editor of The s
j flc which should bare come f modal,gltetoU or pi oto cf I liw uttoD lot'' .
i;Times-Dispatch from away out swept past PelshJh' bHn? l left out In < free report on rmK-niohllity, For free book < 9!

I 4\J gat> Vf i1....>..tr.. e .,. Wis.) an old Fed- tUo pagoda cold.and The' built people another pulled one down In the the ('Hn"tnSerarelliADE. -U"R- S "ro i TO ADVESTISE! o

10'. .eralsoldjert who spent four year t5i
supposed! right spot as nothing would
in Virginia during& the war, and convince them that the depressioncould
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who has "a very warm side for arise from any other. muse than i: g gi

....,' the Old Diminion and her people, that The of city a bad of Wnnsheln.fengsbul!! on the other $Opposite U. S. Patent Office i i The best opportunities are often

'; x. though they killed my hors and hand, has a perfect fengshnl. two fine I WASHINGTON D. C.
V -**-"*"**"'** *
h T fc JfcJV-WJ"W- yVi
,\d,. : made. very"uncomfortable;>> while pagodas/ and Is very prosperous, > But > rWJV >....... neglected. NOW, is' the best time .
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situated In
Is
', fact that Wansheln ;
\ : ,...vwi'.h them," sans '"It th.s. au thO a the. /ertllej+ valley;,where :.wheat. barley o',""BWCtyJbLn2; ;: : ;.,Y.Nkia.; 7p .

,: ;t. goes solid tor Governor Wilson, ftfid thV' poppy 'flourish abundantly n 0 .".. ;t3 {f'O r";. -) I .lea. ] u o to advertise. _

r a great son of Virginia,' ItflU while Peifhih!' la barren and miserable! d 'n,' ; ".1
y, m r < :: i e.+1 0
does not the. Inhabitants !...' .n.. u t: ::c, i .
concern
;:. :s. () c to sell if j
": mean that the Republicans must much as the fenjrshui site. This remarkable ['I a.-S' 'cr': '''' 0 If you )have something ; .

;I"" not put up a scrub.1 ... Idea In the Chinese,mind la : wnb I h". 'J _,

,. There .was never a truer thing only one of thousands like It.Trotr .r l" i, :" .. I L"'J) r- 1"(,' ; you want \q xmy.somet pg; or if ;
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than that, and the Democratic : ,
$l In Jest. eC 0 a ern.::: : -,0 lj' II tJ I.; *

t party could not name a candidate conquest According of to Finland Historical wan tradition foretold the In (o it ti n'I-11":0,:: It .._...t'.Js) 0. #l'-':" t."._.. b. I you have a %ygain, NOW is the ,
for President who would 0 t
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I. Jest that soou became earnest by .Its tI : .. ....
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: m known.Don't
!- to the best time to ke it .
'peal'more strongly people -
conqueror,. Peter the Great to his Jester no ? 0 :; II t'J "mOOpM : 1,.' :ij
\\ of this whole country than Woodrow BalaklreCT.BulaUlreff Ot"4 1" .., o '" Q '"<'I m CIi.
>r -, : bad vexed the czar by too .... -I ::-:: us' about -.
fail a
I II ( Wilson, of New Jersey. He i. 1.1:: .-::: r-:< i to see your
,' Impudent a joke and bad been .summarily :.Je .;:.. I ,
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; has. grown' immensely in .popularity banished with the menacing injunction S 1
li. oacac., CUg Ce .OO.'O I this week. If
and influence since his never to appear on Russian' Spring Advertising

.marvellous in Boll again. lie disappeared discreetly
campaign Jersey, kiaA. 60 YEARS'
but one day not long after Peter glancing
and'he is going to keep on growing..RiCbmond'TimesDispatch- EXPERIENCE it is business :'"'" :,
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out of a window, saw his uumlatakable you ...
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4 figure and quizzical countenance ; wadi" ';.:

T jogging comfortably by. perch .
ed in a country cart Impulsively be Y "
valuable Chamberlain's medicine Cough for Remedy throat Is and a lung very ran down to- him bad and demanded to i The Banner can Get it for it i-:

know why be disobeyed
trouble.4lulcky"Jelievea and cures palutulbreathing "I haven't disobeyed you" Was the TRADE MARKS _

"cough which and Indicates a dangerously congested Bounding lungs now.answer." "1 am not on Uusslan. soil n ,, DESIGNSCoi'YRIauTe Ac. / *,t ***, eteI
kclrh and mvrqntokly
Anyone lendtna a description
Sold by City-Drnj; Co. and A. K.McGeacbv., "Not OD Russian soil?" Invention. narortntit taprnhabtypnteritnhte oar' opinion free Communlontlunotrlatlyrniillttoiillnl. whether: an- ,

"No. This cart load of earth thai HANOEOOK on PateaU.
sent froo. Ulilant nicenof fo r lr patent*
'.. ....< "" I'm sitting'on Is Swedish soil. 1 dug It Bntenia taken tbroaab Munn A (q. rooe.lTtpeetiUnottct I i.
r' rYerry ,wltboutoharge,LatheSci ..
Likely. In Finland only tbe other day." : IF YOU'WANT NEAT JOBPRINTINGXCALL .' --
Peter laugbeo/. bat be said, "If Finland riic jmericau.Ahandenmelylltnatratedweekly. '
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1 The'cas'g\concerned: a will, and be. Swedish soil now. It shall be Laraatetrtoul.1tlanofanyartentlne '- ON .

an Irjshmatl was a..lvitness.astledeCeaseda Russian soil before 'lougr And be erifonrmontbaeb Bold Jnurnal.by all' newnrtealera.Tern.,(4 a I : '

made good his worda. New York TH i3A'NNBR.,
_W, jisked. the RIUNN & Co.8l8w >
Branch OtJIco, Rib V BU Washington.D.C. ,., .... ;' '.
lawyer, in the habit of talking to't Mended Hit 1 Manner.. .
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.himself\ when'he was,a!lone? : A certain< English officer la noted ten
his ready wit and quickness In rep
"*1 Jri't knot, was tl 6e r pty.
a. artee. In the very early days of his !
ll' Come, come, you kon't know, career he was ordered to Bombay and -
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and 'yet you pretend that you i was attached to the staff of tbe then \ .
i commander ID chief as A. I). U m".4
were intimately acquainted with Shortly 'after his arrival at a function '...

him? t. ,,4' : at the government bouse, a new .-... 'J -..
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pride of his new position, had I ... ...
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never happened for subalterns of all .' y,
a hearty contempt .
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sbake.I ... /: DoS.You. WantE31g I
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Youth and Manhood, I The A. D. o..t quite unabashed '
ed at him for a moment or two and .
; It is a Ji'Qe tbing in the springtide then said genially: .

of'yotith-to: poetizeand theo "Hang It all major the governor t, :
3 gives me three:" % Ba'rg' .ainst'i" Jf
rize'arid-then in the years of The whole room wan convulsed, and : ';'i''
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manhood. 'rule, from a higherthrone' : the military secretary now--a colonel, ., .!: ,,
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and to crown thoughts but be never forgave the A .' ,"',\;,_..,\ ) ',1.1\<\'
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with deed?,. It'ls like the sun. D. O.-London Tit-Bits. ,IIS *vi I:; :t:, -::: 1"" "':
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whichyinajthe morning merelypaintsthe i I'.f t' "'fI,.'" '

louds and lights up Th Way It S. mid \
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"The longest days
shoesgrid Hats ."' ..__ 9
tie .artb; Jiut at midday fr.uctii June pit, but when ore the shortest?" Clothing, --. ,.

: fee;with i hat, and yet continues "Sometimes' In July and, .sometimes in ,' 5 ., ..' ti.'r II. J. :'... '.

,:toshinee.tind'paint rainbows on August depending upon swbeil your ;. .
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D< Rockefeller gave Foresight Is very ,wise but foresor- : .' .: i \ ''

KJthVUbiversity of Chicago- $10000,000 ,- any rcw rate Is very.letter foolish than nod dungeons castles'\ In are the nt n ,' ftC o. : ;1:; : <

for a Christmas present. air.-Sir'John Lubbock. ...... '

He has already given enough to -- .' a

c that,institution to be excused Th*butleit and mightiest little thing -

} .. with thanks.. that .was 'ever made U Chamberlain'' )
Stomach! and Liver Tablet ; f bey ,do the

..I. work whenever jou require their aid., These

I :; It is ealf that over in Tallahassee tablets change weakness Into .Atrengtht : __
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:' :,', {' has '"beard of" an listlessness Into energy,' gloominess Into .
_ 1i1.i:.., one, man Is
Joyouenes Their action so gentle one
'1 i.; : : other man'tbat'has.'made; up bis tlop't" realize they have taken A purg Uva, .

" '1' r._ mind to vote1 for Stockton agafn Sold by City Drug Co.: and S': E.', M(Geacby

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1;;,. 4* PUJJUSHKD. EVERY THURSDAT. not so much more people, but r J. \:
At Chlpley, Fla. ..
.P', more reading people. How toget
W. ..IOMBg. Etdltor.h cultivate the
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,.. Entered at the poctofflce at Chlplejr.Fla.. M reading habit so that their minds All kinds feed stuff hhi

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.. second CM.mall matter.SUBSCRIPTION. may be informed and broadenedand

,; RATES: they may nQt be perpetually -

J' OHM ;3TKA.B,........................11.00 stumblingover petty prejudicesborn '. ., .
SIX MONTHS,...... ....... ........ .60THEEH of misinformation or no information For the Horse "
"r(I MONTHS,............,'.. ... .28AdrertUlng all when : J' "
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l rate fornUhed on Application. with the innumerable issues, ... ':. .

h public and private, which confront For the Cow: < 'j -. ... : '.-J:
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of local Interest, are solicited. It them all through. lite, is a .. ,' .. .. r ... -" ;:' /' ":-- .
understood, however, that the publl h- .t. ,, -, : .. :: ... I ," t\ ,...,\ yP, .. _' .':y d .a "
I will not be responsible larger and more important question .' :M
of TUB BANNER ) :, ,-, M; 'S.\ : : --: : .: :. <.

v, for opinions expressed by correspondents.TTE than any we have in politics ;:, ,'L", .. "For: the Chickens.', .';.: :.: "' T'1." : ..: '.': r

Here is on the subject '
BANNER wants a live representative today. a gen Jf

In the and county correspondent, and will at make every liberal postofflce ar from the Montgomery (Ala) "i\\< : > :' ; ,: I :; 1 :

rangements with the riser partlea.THURSDAY. Advertiser well worth the read- > f
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'I t -- content to dwelUn the darkness, : : >. ;, :: ', '.. ... :: :,> ;: ,

of ignorance forever: ''
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For the New Year : ALWAYS ON HAND-[ : .:> /: .': '
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By readingman has proceededfrom ., .'. ..; .
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i,. scales of the practical and measure a mere child of the forest to : Get Our Prices. +,, : < ''' ; :

life by the standard of love; supremacy over himself, his wear a -*V_ -

'. to prize health as contagious bao- ker brother, the hidden powersof i "* ;;

.( piness, wealth as potential ser- .the universe and all the creatures 1 & fle' c. ; >_. ,:

( vice, reputation as latent influence -I which roam it. Reading is .Campbell; ,n Go.A ;: ;

learning for' the light it can the father of power. Its effect ". ,..;_ .
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give, power for the help it can allays the brultal instinct and : \

; lend, station for, the good it can tingles the fibers of the nobler ., -';: .. ... r'. ., ..' .
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; do; to choose in each case what parts. It increases one's capacity ', .'

.is"best on the whole and accept to.love, and stunts the powerto -

cheerfully incidental 'evils involved hate. It lifts up and never ,

; to put my whole self in alb| lowers, if the reading matter is r t..

__, "' that I do and indulge no single decent. In short reading took Story, in Three ,Parts. School at Home.

desire at the expense' of myselfas up "unfinished business" on the (PART. THREE) '. Let the Carver School teach you by .it

a whole;' to crowd out fear bya morning of the seventh day and I mail, the Art of Photography 'f''
If 'are seeking a profession that s,
devotion to duty'and see pres- has its making men the Home Stretch. you '
gone way, Bryan on is not overcrowded and one that I. remunerative ,
ent and future as one; to treat out of savages, cities out of forests respectable and, pleasant I

r" others as I would be treated and created faith and confidence '", The Trouble, With Blount.. you are,advised to take up photography ,. ;, ,.. {,;..
-
myself as jny best friend; to lend out of fear, and given hope to.the .. :-Let. the ,Carver School teach > .di)1

". no aid to the foolish, but let ray 'benighted. And while its work Mr Blount. In bis pamphlet says-:, "I invite a rigid you. 1.-, .\\I';

light shine freely'for all; to make is not yet ended, there is no other Investigation of my legislative records by all those who ,If you are an amateur photographer. ''' y.

M. .., no gain i .by another's loss and to single'force that can boast the are approached with the argument tha ,I have been so assoclated '_" d'wtah to make better )),i ture 'at a' ;J
has run Into 'a lower cost, or wish to become. professional ,
that mind .
buy no pleasure with another'spain laurels of reading." witn corporations my teach"you "
-Let the Carver School
corporation groove, and that I could not, if elected United
to harbor no thought ot another '
; tIt ti
States senator, vote and work ,impartially between corporations ? __ ...
I. which I would be unwilling and the people.'* you are a professional and wish ... ';1;

I that others should know; to say When we took the'census in The Invitation' is accepted and Mr. Blount i* respectfully ''to' produce,work that will be a pleasure

.... nothing unkind to amuse myself 1810 we had 7,239,881 people in asked- I' to your :customers and a :credlt -

others what,was then the United States to you-Let the Carver School teach
and nothing false to please .
.
WHY HE PUT TilE JOKER IN THE JIM CROW LAW? -
J ; to take no pride in weaker against over 92,000,000 in 1910. On,paste 777 of the senate journal of 1005 will be found an amendment offered you. '
men's failings and bear no mal- That is'a very good advance con. bv Mr. Blonnt, which amendment now constitutes section 7 of chapter 5420, acts The Carver School oi Practical Photography ,',
of 1905-Hhe act requiring the separation ot white and black passengers. on street offers twenty cemplete, practical -
ice toward those who do sidering what happened in the cars. "
wrong; covering ;
and inexpensive courses ... .
On 132 of volume BO Florida! Supreme Court Reports will be found an :
sixties and the subsequent' Republican pane .
to pity the selfish no less than opinion by Judge Taylor, concurred In by all the other judges, declaring this law all branches of photographic work '
the poor, anc the prow 1s much administrations says unconstitutional on the sole round that Mr. Blount's amendment Is, clearly' 'In Write now for full Information, It 1 Is I
violation of the XIV amendment to the Constitution of the United States. N
L as the outrasirand the cruel the Montgomery Advertiser.: Mr. Blount has the reputation of being a great CONSTITUTIONAL lawyer.A free ,and places you under no o obliga '.

',..1.- nl 't than the oppressed; compliance with this act would have been both inconvenient and expensive. tions., Address .. '." ,"
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worsbipS.God in all that is t.n" iu e tiLrevb car companies." The, Carve.School of 'I
to Good farmers from the north The Pensacola Electric Company owns the street car system In'Pensacola.Mr. .
good and true and beautiful; to Blount was the paid attorney of the Fensacola Electric Company when Practical. Photography.. "
and west in search of a locality he wrote and Introduced this amendment. -
serve Christ wherever:: a sad Lot Box 504 Waterloo,,lows.A. '
where they may find a genial cli- Again Mr. Blount Is asked
heart can be made happy or a WHY HE PUT THE mane IN THE JIM CROW LAW? .
mate, fertile: soil good schools .' > _
wrong set right and to recognize and churches, and, agreeable so- "THE APPEARANCE OF 'EVIL" G. -< : ;
McQuagge '
God's coming kingdom in Mr. Bloont, In a campaign circular entitled "The Corporation"Cry,", admits ;:- :: .
ciety and neighbors, would do that would be wrong for him to continue representing Louisville and Nashville -. ..
"* _..,. every institution' and person thathelps well to spend a few days investi- Railroad If he (elected United Status Senator, and with great emphasis. Notary Public .. : ,
< to resign his attorneysblp.
another promises
men to love one f '
gating/Washington county's .attractiops Mr. Blount further admits that he was the paid attorney of the P. .fc: A. Railroad : : /1
William DeJYitt Hyde. \ during his service as a member of the constitutional convention, and of the State at Large. '. u :
l .. ; k 'j ,I"! for the prospector. L. &N. Railroad daring his service as State Senator < -::. ./." .} : :
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Come.1 Mr. Blount Is respectfully asked to explain as he no,doubt can and will by '
It is announced I that there' are what process of reasoning he has satisfied his loner consciousness that It would be
: I'>J any greater wrong to serve the L. & N. Railroad and the people of Florida In the. {
:several hundred. ; irrigated farms United States:! Senate at the same time, than It was to serve the same railroad ,and William A. Bloiint .; : '; "'
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Government'In the same people In the State: (Senate In 1905? ,. { : .,.
for sale by the The report '
government crop
Mr. Blount Is asked why he voted against House Joint Resolution No. 93, the ,
the extreme northwest at $30 to estimated-the entire cotton crop object which was to enlarge the powers ot the railroad commission as well as to OF PENSACOLA, "J /: f.
make It a constitutional body. His vote is recorded on page 1,833;Senate Journal ', .
acre with charge each about one.million bales than '' .. "
$60 an a more of 1905 : > '
:
I .Candidate. For .-;,t :
year for keeping up the water last year but the price has been DID MR. BLOUN'r I.'A VOR AN EFFECTIVE RAILROAD COMMISSION) ? ., -, '#! '

works., Washington county land much higher and where they have Mr. Blount Is asked If he has not more than onea been connected with litigation United States::'; <
: < -h
seeking to enjoin the enforcement of the orders of the railroad commission? ,
canbehadjfcfless than that aqd had'an opportunity the farmerslare Notable' In this connection Is Mr, Blount's argument before the Supreme Court .,.,,SL :.
._' against the reduction of passenger rates on the 1... & N. Railroad from :FIVE CENTS Senator'. .. ,.,.- '>
'God- .waters' it free of( cost.. in much better shape, financially -: per mile. See 24 Fla..428 to 4:16.: ..

'"" ",, than they were a year ago, I Does the L. & N. Railroad want a railroad commission? IfIt must contend. .'., ,
t with one does It want one with power to enforce Its orders. ? Why did Mr. Blount I _" ,' _it
amendment is although it cost more ta make ? ; '.'
constitutional oppose the resolution .... .. ".
to:be submitted to popular voteinLouisiana this crop. "THB: OPPOSITION CRY' v 1 ". "1,: : "
jl The real Issue Involved In this campaign can neither be clouded nor argued IJI: '
to authorize the levy .. away. It nas been with UII before Is with us now and It bids fair to remain ,
for the with us In the future. It Is not local to Florida but Is nation wide. It Is the. Dah'of "',
..;t.t a special tax improve- and wealth /6. ?[
organized
,., > Uncle Sam shows up very well the common people! against protected .
ment of the public roads systemof I 'Mr. Blount Is now the attorney for the L. ft: z... Railroad Company the P n- .
the It is said the under the census reports. Nine- sacola Electric Company, the Penaacola Gas Company and the Western Union : .J,
state. press ty-three million is some people.I Telegraph Company-all of which are public service corporations, doing, businessby '::.
of the state generally approves. virtue franchises given gratis by the people.Mr. ,...'l
is And the beauty about it is that Blount has had 2ft years training for the protection of corporate. interests EL -:,. ..
and u'nringthe ;
the measure all these folks are such good folksIf but says he|II now ready to defend tBe rights of the people, t yr'y"i ,. '
'adoption of amendment.. j, Can Mr. Blount change In one day the l habits of mind and thought which fIF. !'# cA? -
f
a.. [ some of the other. people. of the gave been 89 years In the forming? ; ..,.
earth were as good folks as' the I Has not the protection of these clients for S 26 years BO biased his mind In their f .:
favor.. to render It psychologically Impossible for Mr. Blount to turn suddenly -, t '
1 f.'; From alt ,over the state, saystheDeL.tnd Americans this mundane s per ft.: and mentally proceed In the opposite direction? Does his record furnish: the answer .,... .'' ..d.,,,: I

l.- ', : ', .\ .: Supplement, come of ours.would be like;;the dreams : ? ,' '*;
A CONTRAST, 1'.1
reports of the splendid campaign '
of Paradise. .I.I.I.I i believes that the rallroSc cOloml"on"'and the Interstate commerce "
being made by Hon. William A. : .Bryan commission should be.given the power to enforce their orders. t
.
.ipBlou'nt j+; candidate for U. S, senatytor .J I'.Bryan )has had no corporate affiliations to prejudice his mind. "; }*'

l ,,in every section.. He is be- There is all the -time talk, of .Bryan 'has had no' more,serious? charge to meet$'than that he. lives In. .rak- .'. "

"J' ing received everywhere with the war and of increasing the army gonvilie .., i.
I' feel humiliation In with the people and ad'ocatInlt "
r'.'>.utmost, respect and attention.Mr. and navy. We wish those;! fellows -: Bryan. the.no principles la which be believes : .,..... r.J

'' Blount is a man that would would quit it. Our army and Bryan has made;no promises which he feels are Impossible, of fulfillment,* The man who is runningon1hisown ",:,; :- >.

command attention anywhere navy are large enough. Of course Bryan stooped. to no artifice to catch. votes. merits and against Ring and ': : ;; 1
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.and in the.great governing bodyof there .should be continual im B l"Ya n bas not attempted to create sectional prejudfae In order that"the'real Factional Politics. -'" "... .:'-1 pia',. .
: 'tbbe United'Statesone of the provement'and of keeping things I l Issues of this campaign might be forgotten. j, + i : f ,\ '.
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', 'greatest in the world-he would up-to-date,, but :;thie, has, 'never.-,l Bryan l fll big enough to represent all sections.ot Florida Impartially I ; The man who is running.-: .f

ii1 }' undoubtedly. .be recognizes; as a been a warring. nation. M y..it1 Bryafi,does not have to change his mind'or resign any,"attorneyshlps against the Perpetuation"of'".the; .."

.,'c".,,."" representative" of 'thei never be. All our folks can fight", Bryan' was born In Florida reared In Florida, lI"ea'In Florida, believes In United States Senatonhip I Jinf,i :t'Jacksonville. : "
J powerful
., loves Florida and will Florida her United
I" Florida ,. .serve as next ; .
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A Little ,Journey.to the Public.Conscience .
rman8 Garden 'A ..
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Public Man. .
of a
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hays established reputation '
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an :, ..4. I 0 'e
nding '%yver thirty years*,bein That; our business; and we are .
lantecl and used extensively Now hat'the campaign is drawing to a close It.eema
})y: e best Farmers and Garden- fitting and proper to have a definite statement from the'- $
ersjthrpugbout the Middle and man himself before we fully ueterming to give him so : pushing .t'I t 00. e'
in
\ the representative of the people
great a position as .
Southern States
.. :. ., f their high law making body.

Wood's New for I 1911 I I win. States Hear senator'John Stockton express, who conception is a candidate of the people's for' United of- Are you from Missouri? !

help codetermine
Sect Catalog you ., lice to which he aspires. ,

as ., These are his own words? '.. : Well just step into our store'and we :
to what"crops and seeds to plant '. To be a member: of this historic body
T6Y success and profit. Our publications which is th"e higher branch of the highest "
have long beef noted legislative body In the world Is, : will prove it to you.
for 1tlwfull and complete information to my mind, an ambition that should

they give. f touch aspiration.every patriotic regard the heart United that has States an Not only do we handle all kinds Shelf e

,'"'..ata1ogmailed free on thoroughly Senatorship Imbued as a position with the where spirit a man of : and Heavy Hardware7but ..y.ou.can get any :
for it.
trgveet.: Write Rule at this time has an well
"the Golden farm implement you need from us, as
to work practically in a 49 $
opportunity
T. .W. WOOD a SONS, virgin fiel<<). as the the BEST Wire Fence made 0e.

Seedsmen. Richmond, V;,. That body has been so long under
e
"" ,. the domination of special interests, Come in and let's have a heart to
'o. and all that tharmeans, that the pa.
[ I. triotism Washington and Jeffersonhas : heard talk; we will you'some things and :
"- .... ; .- I and selfishness has taken make
FOR departed make some the will you
;
.t Mr/pjt ri-ECTION. the place. It has substituted the you prices $
To the Honorable itoarcl Public Instruc for dollars. It has
Idea ofpitriottsm wide.
tlonWashington ,County.- -. openyour eyes e
t We the undersigned electors of Sub put dollars above, men. :
School District No. 10, do petition yon A majority of those who have constituted the member- :
/
Honorable body to order an election Ir ;:" ship.ot that body for the last forty years have become We are not "blowing, we mean
said district,to determine .whetber.or not ., Imbued'with the idea that the people were made for the-
said District Mo. 10 shale be continued<< / 01 government Instead of the government for the people. business.' ..
discontinued and to elect Trustees ioi of individual '
'" They have legislated for the enrichment e
'r
same II. L.It Bowen continued., N. E. Thomas, "' outside members forgetting of the Senate their nnd: oaths their of moneyed office to.friends serve all on the the HdwL.
J..- Wi'War: ,: Wt1Uamard, I Chipley
M.'F.Uowen., O. C. Burch people alike. .1
R: M. Mel'tin, S,W. Jones I believe that a man entering the United States senate _
'1'. W White,., D. B. Jeffries, the oath of that great office should leave be-
W W, B K., )JotlrleV Harrow J .A.T.'Jeffrles Newsom,, hind'after him taking all private business. If he has- any unsettled ....... ..................
should be left to -
oath It an
he takes,tha( V
H.MII telt,.,, die .1'oI8eU.; i business! When
Henry I1aad' II* Duncan agent and he should not come in contact with a private .', .

H.Li. ,Duncanj. A, ;Isaiah: Uampton. :; ,,;.,' business transaction so.long as he holds'a commission.
". from the people.
'CONTEST' NOTICE. .....,.-.",..: "" My Idea further of a.Senator is that he should live The First National Bank,

jf! Department' of the Interior, .' .. within his salary and not feel that it Is necessary to be "' :
Uf@ftc tanu Ofilce Uatutsv\l1e.1'la.\ ; ,; *,*.*/'-" a rich'man.to hold that high office. I believe the Senator OF PEN8RCOLR, FLJt. ./. :,
:November 16, 11O.AeulBcle1it't lives'a modest life'at Washington and who is atten- .f", ,
been.i filed In tbt TY'i ot11c .by affidavit Maud Brawn having, ,." ''.'.' tire who.to his duties as senator is.the one that will have the .-.....:.. ',+ Designated, Depositary; ; of tbe United Btattt. '. ..... '

\.Vmle a.ot",...,Sthome8tead.entry Ho.33fi03 ., 'i.: J' Influence" .
,
\ made".Tatitiary'18," 1904. for sw& I believe when the aeitate is not In session that a Senator .{ Oldest and La/gest Bank In "Wemt Florida.<
\,Section ll\Tsvm&hlp",1 south, Ranee I' should be going around the stale meeting the peo- '. ,:' OE1.G: ; A'TT! :TVL-r: :3.0. :Lseo.
14 west, by Wilson:! Ian: rs,.'contestee. In and encouraging them in their different efforts: and ..
pie
which ItII.o.U"JJ gpdtbaLthesaid; Simon '. Internal troubles that he should ; '
there should be Million
binders has wholly abandoned the'said If any sincerely working to settle ::: Capital Half Dollars.
bq on the spot as a go-between
residence
iruu that he.haa.chnnpwi. h\a\ "
'to both sides : and Undivided Profit, 91OOOOO... >"
therefrom for 'morn) than six months such trouble with honor Bwrplu
ilDcemakiag-tbetatdeQtry;>> { t ha touj unity j: .' I believe: if a United States Senator recognized his full .
IS, I909rand during.the prior" six '- duty to the people, that whenever he heard of a clash be- Interest Paid in Savings Department at,Rate of 4 per cent per Annum. ,
onths, the saidfrlandwas, not settled tween labor and capital within the borders of his state .
m and cDltivaled by said party as reed be would!be on the spot In an endeavor to reconcile the THe First National Batik
by law aucUi/haii.tjhe said aban- ; F__'
;;{ basis of absolute right .. "
date .:: difference that might exist upon a .. [ ,
Ue ill.
.
'lent conllnucttiHl present .; .' r \ Of PBIHBA. OLA.. .,+") j _
parties are I ;_. 4 notl Oed to ap- I believe if our United States Senators had \\n mind the tj 1 1[ -.j- f -
respond' and 1 ,';evidence touch- great ideas of that old Democrat of ancient times, Peri"cles W." 'K.+ 'BrKtt.7r.,.President. W.8.KntaB. ViovPrea /... .
alleiratlq 'clqcjc!: a., m...on tot" r that-conditions would have been different{ Jica what W. J.FoitBKa Cmnhler. THOU. W. .BNT. ANt.Cash .- W.N. Roam Ann.. Cushier. ?/ '
.,.Nl1U.l Jeitr x>f Circuit. :N T H.%oowla. W.K.ttrer. J ('
m.
I believe there would be DlrKtori-<--F.C.Brent. W. A. Blount. W.S. Keytar. "
.-Florida they are now lo thi.'country. "" W. Brent \ -
t. hls..ofioasi i crnon : > W. J. Forbes. Knowle Hrer. .
final heath III be held'at. 10 more faith in the perpetuity of Democratic Institutions. 1 .
m on'ksrand Jatynary18. 1911, before) vil: 'believe that a United States Senator should have the -
RafC j'ries4111e.+- United :t.J V 'idea'of Perlclea-that there should be nothing too good .
OtUee B'la. > -' whenever a talented man In any walkof
the and
for people
QEIIfIC QBB, leglster. Class Saw Mill Machinery
"
ought to lligh
the scene, the government L -
life appears upon
HUIUt: W a>ta>Y! .I,ecelvor. ,
'" whole Instead of for any .
,,. have him to work for the people
ICE FQR'1'A'ION: '01 i $, utJ1: 'private or special interest. We carry at our warehouse 23
Deparx on tl Interlor. Senator should recognize his duty as above defined -
If
'j a Ocean St., a large stock of Porta-
1 OWey at at tile, Florida then you would see a country brimful of peace, prog-
berbbethat a,Eli e ,;' fr.-reu.and prosperity, because their work would be from ble and Stationary Engines; Locomotive '-
'11, : from conscience, Horizontal Return Flue
; ..'* k;. conscience, and when work emanates. and
I whb on <
ileogttn 1,1t.J.q: .. UIt ie Ilomeeteadat ( '.. > .. all are treated alike. Boiler! Saw-Mills, Planers Edg-
j' .L"I: f ,, yrjt of ow/! ':;-f- li all are treated alike, you would not hear of the Ine- L era, Saws/Belting and" Mill Sup-
sblO 1 &lilt fi'ge 13 west, ', qualities,and intqultles of the tariff system; you would and ,
t Merldlanj biIii pd notion of f.:: <'' hear-of the hardships imposed by the present flnanA" -. plies J also engine saY.UlUI.up-
not
make &Won proof to ._?' clal would not hear of the Inequalities of ,r plies Prospective purchasers will
,> system; you -
lira to the tandttbove descrlb-!! ; of watered oui"? ,
in Clerk of U Ori-uftUoqrt railroad freight rates you would not hear find it.to their interest to get
'JQrl4a. !iny rite lAt clay; of Jan- >}'','''" ".etockin corporations. prices before buying. A postal will'bringour salesman. Write for illustrated
'.',' With this special Interest Idea eliminated, you would Co.
r rfalDfiI'' ,s. I IlfJSs a: Adam country brimful of love for fellowmen.*You would catalog. IVlolstoy Machinery
have a .
'Eallter. He Ty..!!ellh! t>f have a country brimful of men pleading for the right,' 22 Ocean, St. .Jacksonville, Florida. ,
)rtd"'.'.. !,1. Ip' demanding the right not from a selfish purpose', but. Long Distance T..phon. No. .'7.... "

n :,..\. UDB,, ,-x from a patriotic purpose for-the.good of humanity. .
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W.-U'.1dILTON. M. L. DEKLE, F; M. OLSON.. !

'E" !r y Ic' President! ; VIce-Presldent Cashier.First .


: :' Bank. There is not a cotton farmer.in this.sec
4d National
m'd....\ .. tion who cannot increase his profit per acre

r t n MARI1tNNA.. FLA. on cotton fron $15,to $25 per acre if he goes

'', J!i... ';?'e'.t it in the right-way. Read.the following:
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if'IE5C > .Capital, 50000.00 From the Press Bulletin No. 8J, Florida Experimental Station., .

fi St l mCA 02II .. Solicits Accounts of Banks, Corporation, Firms and Individuals. Experiments conducted by.the Florida Agricultural Experiment
.., S'V f << I in Press Bulletin No. 85, show ,that 400 pounds
"JS Our:'twenty years experience In the banking business enables us to otTer Station,'as published
rtn H :aGk t'j: ]?Iou the best banking facilities of any bank in West Florida. We also have 8 of rertllizer pet: acre produced an increased yield'of seed cotton over an
::: '9 if'r ully equipped Savings Department in which we pay interest on deposits. Accounts unfertilized plat valued, at $20.40 and that 600 pounds' fertilizer "under

r; W pja =: 'by mall' handled as easily as by personal business.interview same conditions produced' Increased yield valued at $29.40
l' I Send us your
i
', Figuring the 400 pounds of Fertilizer as costing$5.50 there was a
,
: K. M. GOJLSON, Caabler.g .
.tai---' profit of $14.90 per acre or..over 270 per cent.
; Figuring the 600 pounds of Fertilizer as costing $3.25 there was a-,
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.. ii, ,-, profit of$21.15 or over 256 per cen{. '
.-.. draws the folio on8:
!j i S ,C.I,.f/J . . From the above the Department i.
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"The facts so tar seem to-lndlcarte that there l la pro 40O
to GOO pounds per acre of a complete fertilizer on poor gra That
; the"practice, which la quite prevalent,of putting 100 to 200 pounds per acre
Neat Printing ; of a.poorly balanced fertilizer(such as Cotton Seed Meal or Kalnlt) Is unprofitable
seems even more: clearly Indicated. There seems good reason for believing -
that the man who has been using 100 to S/aO/ ( pound of Cotton Seed:
good impression S Meal or Kalnlt per acre on cotton may Increase his yield to a profitable extent "-
t reat.cs.8 by applying Instead 200 to 400 pounds or more of a eOlDph taJertlllzer..

your correspondents gj .
I among
II I Us.c .IVtpire

rdi1her and helps to give; your business Armour's Complete Animal Fertilizers.A. .

Zducat30f1., i prestige. .
.. R. Wells Sales Agent. .
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riiC yvu4rh o "d 'arned at ,

yaa is 3 We do Neat Printing Sg ., V ..I'LLLLI "
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have
raed'tda ht'II -
, Reasonable Trices. g Fertilizer Works
at Armour
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arch .cinater', t its eyes r.:., ,,

o e illy m i e ant tbat' his Banner: Job Office. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. '
sentirely J

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No Refuge Left for Criminals. They All Demand It. ,

$1000 The capture on a South Sea --

island of a fugitive swindler from Chipiey, Like Every City and

'Germany shows how useless it is Town. it the Union,
wouldn't take a thousand Receives It.
VINOL has in this twentieth centurs for an THE TWICEAWEEKTIMESUNON
the
for good with ilia want to be
People kidney
violator the law to seek
me. I was told that Cod Liver alleged cured. When one suffers the torturesof
the medicine I needed for safety in flight to other lands. relief la
an aching; back, eagerly
condition and poor The nations the world ,have? sought'for. There are many remedies

I could not take the greasy been brought much closer by today that relieve but do hot cure.

and when our druggist told and Here is evidence to prove that Doan'a
steam and electricity, they
VINOL contained not
only Kidney Fills cure, and the cure ia last
iron but all the medicinal prop- have also learned that country BANNER
In* THE Z
AND
of Cod Liver Oil without the woich offers refuge to criminals of Marl
Mrs. :J. C. Vickery anna,
or oil or bad taste I made from other countries is injuring
Fla., says: "Three years ago I was
mind that was the medicine' itself as well as society. The so bad off aa the result of kidney trouble -. BOTH ONE YEAR FOR $ 1.50
I tried it and today am .
and well." more debased and ignorant na- that I gave up all hope of ever get- .0-' _..,_ _.> ,
ting any better. I had severe head-
tions weich are not impressed by
MRS. J. T. SNYDER, aches and was often very dizzy, in fact
Greensboro N C. I I''I.the moral aspect of the questionare one day I fell to the floor. My back THE TWICE-A-WEEK TIMES-UNION is the Tttodijr: uJ J

It"I.. often led by fear of punishment ached constantly and,at times the pain Thursday issues of the Duly Times-Union And'Contains
.artee the gennJaeaeM of the
r or desire to stand well with was so severe that I could not lie in ftwfcfcUw
testimonial. '" all the features that go,to make *
bed. I had a appetite and many
the great civilized powers, to sur- poor 013;
sell VINOL with. the render criminals upon demand body became bloated. J. used remedy metropolitan newspaper'' and many apooUl fo far .
after remedy and had a doctor treat
that if it does being being made by the govern me for several months but In. spite of which are found in no other newspaper.

give the purchaser per- ment from whose jurisdiction all, I grew, worse. Finally Doan's ,

satisfaction we return they had fled Thus there is no Kidney Pills were recommended to me' ADDED FEATURES

1 security from capture anywhere and I procured a box: The result ot

without question I their use wait most gratifying. The 1 '
the authorities where t >ftpivti
provided ? These issues contain the very latest mar*.
welling disappeared and the pains
a bottle un
try
you tbe crime committed are
was lost their'severity. I procured: another and a department devoted to Horticulture, Agrlooltm
conditions? willing to incur the expenses of '
; box of this remedy and after I had
Poultry Eto. ,
pursuit. finished the contents, I was free from r
McGeachy, Druggist,
Cbipley, Fla. a kidney complaint. A SAMPLE COPY of the paper will be Bent to frtta

.- For aale by all dealera. Price 50 on request to the publishers.
Strategy.
centa. Fostef-Mllburn Co., Buffalo

Is Your Property For Sale? They sat in the'shadows of the* New York sole agents for the United THIS PAPER is the leading weekly! nawrpapi r

The Chipley Board of Trades old porch. Suddenly from the States.Remember the nameDoan'andtake of this section and should be a regular visitor to your

receiving: many inquiries for distance fame a series of myste- no other. home. '

homes, farms, stock lands, etc. rious squeaks. '
'
for THE SUNDAY 'TIMES-UNION. I dud nth t
If you have' such property What on earth is that? gaspedthe

sale or rent, in the county, or in 'man. Some- illustrated Sunday Magazine, will be.mailed to' anr address
..' or near Chipley, and will give usa mystified,younjr What a Poet Writ.. x
full description 'of it, we will one tuning a fiddle? "Ton never can tell whether poetry for $1.50 Per year.
: ia loaded or not," said a Columbia professor _
,t" "'undertake, Please state help size you, location findabuyer and The beautiful girl smiled. descanting upon the muse "and IF YOU WISH this paper, The Tfri'"( ..k

No, abe responded softly, that what a poet ,writes In the moments ot TimeaUuIon.oh. for
'.distance from town; amount in Times-Union' and The Sunday .
his fine 'rol1Jn be
frenzy may susceptible
fc cultivation'and timber; number noise is made by pa's shoes as be of changes .which would make one year, add.$1.50 to the above and send 'retnilst nil

and condition of buildings water walks around the hallway.
; him curse the pen 'did he but know
,
't' supply, fruit,-stock, etc., namingthe Do you mea i.to''saf! his shoes, whence It pointed. Now, listen to this today, or'if you would prefer the Sunday Thneis-Unlon,

lowest price and terms and make 1111'liit noise? couplet: instead of the twioe-a-week, add 50o to prioot aboV
mail or send in to "Help us to save free conscience from the ., ,.
.'Certainly': ; I sprinkled rosin on paw
THE BOARD,OF TR .i i .r" Of hireling wolves whose '.pel IS their
t .Cl1i'f1ey} Fla.sEurcTRiciAMead 'I"the souls so they' would squeak, maw. SEND YOUR ORDER TODAY TO
,-,, and we would know how far he "It sounds like some kind of a family -

doesn't it, with and
Don't think I'ma poem paw
atelf..er was away. .you maw coming' to make the rhyme? Chipley Banner Chipley florid'
M CH Amc]
little
fc la a magavln.for everybody.Ik genius? 'Do you Imaging the poet 'when he ,

r ACT RlCI k Learn coming about ecieiica.aadhowto electricity,the Ik Ir You may draw on your )imagination = wrote the lines'ever thought of the ) .. ,...' .. y J

AND _- Jk H .re cal,took./Ulo plcrurea.Baai.61mpl.,'proc. as to what then occurred. parents represented In such a homely IHNNN.........,. c
way and how the meaning" tho
J pi.copy free If you urn.| "
"I F thla paper fLOdayear,, whole thin$ could be changed by
fsampaon Pub. Co.| Have you a weak throat It so, you cannot changing the meaning of the end wig 1---
.
Fa Beacon St. nmlna Maaa.IPbOtorraphy Botanic Do
be too careful. You oaqoot begin words of two lines T Was he a beginner

lnwrearalewytaody. > rt treatment too early. Each cold makes you ? -Oh no; he was not a beginner ..
AMaaiCANIPHOTOOHArHVteachellti I more liable to another and the last ,!. al- He had written several very classy You
Blood
1 Beautiful picture monthI i wftye: the harder to cure. If you will take things. He was John Milton. You remember Balm '
ly pip conteita,picture T P? Chamberlain's Cough Remedy at the out he wrote 'Paradise Lost' and '
altkla...Sampl.queltlona copy anlawered. free- TOy set you will be raved much trouble.. bold two or three other pieces of considerable (B. fc B.) Cures Through the Blood Take

I If you mention thla paper, oy City ..>riif| Co. and S. B. McOeaohy. merit, though he never quite got

I I S American Beacon St.,Photography Bottou, Maaa. Into the 'six best sellers' list..and these Blood Poison
two lines 1 have quoted close his sonnet THE BfflEil

Saloon Cause; Pauperism Effect. to Lord Protector Cromwell written BONE PAINS, CANCER ,
in 1052."-New York llE'rnld.
-' SCALY SKIN '
A Word With You Two saloonkeepers came intoa ---- .-. PIMPLES, If not

train where Gypsy Smith the Cosmic Duet. .
., A particle of dust one-hundred thou-
Rheumatism
MR. MERCHANT.You evangelist, was sitting waitingfor aantb of an inch In diameter la held Eczema. Why not?

the train to start. The two in its place in space by the fore Itching Humors.

cannot look about of gravitation. but '1k particle smaller E B. B.B. Botanic Blood Balm) la the only Blood
you saloon 'all
men monopolized the than this is pushed outward into "pacE'by remedy that kill the voiann in the blood and then We will send TUX BANNKSf:
the streets without seeing purifies It-aendine a flood ol pure rick blood direct *
on conversation. Gypsy Smith- be. to any address, for|1 pea )M*> |
'. was the weight of the sun's light to the akin auracei Bone. Joiuta and wher- year
people who have money hidden behind his but cause as the particle becomes smaller ever the d....... located. la thla way all Sore months; ZOO, for three months
newspaper, Ulcers, Pimple Eruptions are healed and cured.
in their pockets which.ought he beard their conversation. Its surface, which Is subject to pres. pains and ache of Rheumatiam ceaaea, awelllnva
By 'sure, becomes Tgreater In proportion to aubslde. tt. B. B.completely change the blood
to be in your cash drawer, and into clean healthy condition. giving the akin the
by one of the saloonkeeperssaid its Weight. rlcb. red hue of perfect health. B.B.B.cures the OrBe
or to your credit in the bank "Mr. Smith know The sun's corona, the zodiacal light, worst old cues. Try It.
,
we you, '' BOTANIC BLOOP BALM (B. B. B.) la plea aDt and will seottTHS lUxm
You cannot look about 'th aurora 'borealis 'and"the comet'stall ale to take;com posed pure Botanic Ingredient
you'in
and we want to say to you that are all composed of these Innnitely purifleo and enriches the blood. B.B.B. at....... New Yrok TbrioeaWHtWorldlIi10r'I.6 :
your store or shop without athens the nerves and build up the broken down .
unless
you evangelists and miters minute particles In some cases white aratem. Dauaoiera $1 Pas LAKQB Bomjt,
seeing goods! that these hot and In others merely illuminatedby with directkma for home cure <'.
stop knocking at the liquor SAM PL. SUIT Flora by writing to BLOOD
same people should Ownshould -> business'we liquor will have the.sun. which are being constant} BALM Co.. ATLANTA. GA. When writing forsamples
men driven away from.the sun.. by the pres rive name of you trouble.if you know. OrWe _
." now be using. to go tb the poor house." "All sure'9f its light.;: will send tarn BAMIM|

;-- right," said Gypsy Smith "when In the case of the aurora borealis ooooooooooooeoaooooooooooWhen Atlanta Weekly Journal, one year,'
there Is movement of the light both '
a
These facts hold good-
in the rest of the inmates want
you go and toward you g
.5 away from the sun. Thin
even if you, have been, doing can come out." I Is explained by the theory that the. 5 JOB PRINTING Or

a good business lately* Exactly so, close the saloon weight .of the sun's light presses the g Call on us. 8
They are the sort of facts particles outward into space for a certain II
doors and the poor house wil ,open you want all three P'PBANNKR
distance'and that then certain
a cooccecccocecccccocccccce09OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO9 : The World,
55 which make store-keeping New York
and disappear. "Saloons and number of them -
,cohere together until (ants Jouroal-we will make the t
the most interesting in the they have sufficient weight to be at.
Pauperism is to' "Cause low
say y price of only $.1. 5>foe: the
world-the most tantalizing and Effect." tracted toward tbe 'sun once more by Advertise inTHE pern.
the force of gravitation.
one, too. o .. .. BANNERFor Today tbe acceptable Mate. t*<*|

.. -- ,
I best
results.WE .
J,''S. Do you realize that you A Couena l e. "Mabel No Escape Is getting Via'Temperament.past the marriageable THE BANNER

)' can reach these people every age; lent 'sheV
1. In a local shoe store: one day
week. ,
"Yes. and It's too bad.abe hasn't
: recently a stout man appeared to I talents.**
any
': If yoiTplace an adv., be having considerable difficulty I "Whyr DO

r: '. In'The Banner. in finding just what he wanted. "She: won't be able to tell her friends
that temperament prompts her: to give P
s', / It's worth trying.; After showing him a dozen or np matrimony and devote herself to BILL LETTERHEADS to write for on, oonad.ntW Iettw

"::" ..j, more pairs the-salesman blandly art."-St. Louis Htar. HEADS R : rng forpatent t *j wtMaaai;it U.lutd wwdW ,+

:' .. observed; NOTE '
ENVELOPESBUSINESS PATENT
, A Foolish Question.
Now, here is a pair that I think I
f' A reader of
the; 'New York Wortd HEADS E [4 RI Kd ,
will suit to perfection. writes to that TfRJ, s e..
you paper to ask whether It hoto woe I 4 ';i+ *'is
." After examining the shoes the .l. proper. for a young' man to send I :STATEMENTS.CIRCULARS N CARDS + and send an'

Ese./rnv ,ivlrtegv candy to a girl whom he has met bat T" wrwww *?) tar r
"" stout man exclaimed: I don't' PAMPHLETSCOMMISSARY ohargna ar*
once. What a question! Why. moat X
: like them: they are too narrow young, men begin handing a girl taffyas MILL SWIFT

f, ., and too pointed. soon as they are Introduced to her.- CHECKS CHEC t wopp. >
Ferry's Beed Washington Post. I .U.s.Pataat oMoatw
t .: 'avr th*beat Known andemaretlable.eede own. Ah! returned the clerk, but .-" RECEIPTS'S DRAFTII"WEDDING :
.f' I'
y, ypOkageha.beh, Mon they.are wearing narrow, pointed I,
of a hove whose bualneas s as.the Chamberlajp'Cough Remedy never dl .L\ VISITING
lUcbesi la the trade, shoes this season. al'polnt.lio.9 ,who use it for obstinate

l': :. T..ry' i ea ft.ed t sS3 b.' TEES..n.r Possibly; returned the stout cougbsf'ooid* and irritations of tbe throat ,INVITATIONS, G CARDS n JoSa'----
. ifflr-n and JU got It Bands unrivaled .
as a remedy
: but I still wearing ..
man, am 'mywt.Aca ,
,'" to1a H tttrost.u4lung; diseases, Hold TO ORDER
t tt. 110. M.PRV CO., ; eet.-EX.' by't ity Drug Co. and B. E.){4Oeaobr.I' C

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for Primary Election Earth Is Slowly Cooling. ... ', ,"I

'.,' Democratic County Committee of Men will freeze to de tb on the l r' :- "
1. unty of Washington :State of Flor-
ere by makes tbo following call fur equator a million years hence, '
t of a Democratic primary :1
EI oo oldlng to be hpl'J In compliance with according to Dr. Harvey W. Wi- IT1CD > :

1. ws of Florida' in each election dls- JOB .
:
who for od the .
ley i subject of 'i
"tr f Washington County, Florida, at : :
tIJ pal: poling: place thereof, during: the germs in food in addressing the .
,ibo Used by law for the an ,
ele on on uesday: the 10th day of dam Secular Lajjue, at Washington '
'uu :1\)11: ) for the nomination of a pem- .
i-5'
.
recently, and discussed the qlies- .
tCra c candidate for United States Sen-
ut.oxlo be voted for by the Demorratctsenlbere i tion "Is man to ultimately starvor PRINTING
of the Legislature of the 6tate.of I .
t orlda. to.be held In the year 1911.1'rpvideo freeze?" .
'. that a second primary, ir DOC- . ,., ', ,
,
Dr. Wile -eaid he believed, the "' .
'.halbeheidon1uesdaytheltlssday ....' ,
of ,"
,
,
the
earth was slowly cooling and "" >
January, 1911, to choose between the twoIaItu.U 01CD .' ,

,not have! candidates been made If by a a nomination majotltv shall vote people of the distant future must '", ,,' . ,. i'

la the first primary election, and at 811ChIIrlm.ary freeze, though he declared'forua ,' : "
election only auebr electors as million at least" humanity J Creates 4'good impression <:- .,;' .<
were*qualified to vote In the fret primary years ,
election lhaU be permitted to vote. would not suffer from'- lack of- ), :'f'
among your correspondents
The!,County Democratic Committee tn .
c&lllntt. said primary elections! In eom- food and fuel. Id the frigid days > '
;iIUaoc8wl..l\ laws of the !State of and helps : :
Florida, berety declares the tor ma and that are vet'to come, accordingto .:", '

conditions", on which legal electors offering Lr. Wiley the wind will .: .- . I
tabecomecandidates or to vote ab serv+ :: to give your business1"prestige. ..

suchjelftctlons: shall be regarded and taken as fuel. ,
aa proper members of the Democratic ) "
party,and- therefore entitled to participate I From my. knowledge of the .:.
In and become candidates before! go-
and vote at such ejections, as follows: lays of electricity: : he said; and ,'. rf

QU'A. IB OATIONs OF CANP1DATK8 AND from) practical experiments already l. 't. i
f I' ;
,
00
,
ELECTOBS. being made, I prophesy a j '

ThOS8\ and to become only those candidates persona shall' before.( be that, the currents of air which .' (1) : We't,J Do: ;t.tJiting; .
permitted : ,
)( at, or participate In the management Gave been agents 'of 'destruction 'l.{ "; <: ,
of election held by
any primary .
the Democratic party of Washington to' man will yet be harnessed for n : f.-
county;Klorlda. who are white Democrat ; iAt. Reasonable 'Pric s.,
Ic electors,'who declare their adherenceto his benefit.' In the future,the air .p... : '!'
the principles and organization: of the furnish.heat ;i;' 0" .
will
Democratic J party, .National. 'ISto.te'and fuel and power] .. ,:J :
County.and who are by the laws of the companies will beformed for ,( \, :: !
Mate lawful electors of the district In '. ., \
which they<< offer to vote. utilizing it. This is not a theory t- I 1. I'
Each elector In the County q Ualineil to s '
vote in said elections shall have the right. but an actuality ofthe, future :: Give your order

to That vdte for--altDemocratic, .ne United :states: white Senator.electors based upoq actual conditions and ro- 1 us ', .

'who have' paid their poll taxes and have natural, laws. and we will give you per- ,
gualia dto-vote In theeleetion] held 'onlSovemberS&b. '
19HX, and are otherwise ,. }
Qualltled as herein provided shall be allowed fDr .,' ; ".i t I" feet satisfaction thus ,
to 'vote In the primaries held In f 8' VIe)) DE.\TI.'S DOuK. ,.. '-' 'I : : ." "

January, IOU;and no poll tai, shall be The door of deal b seemed ready: to'pen >, making you one of our .. ....,...";:'..,. ;
required to ha paid for the year 1910\ asa '

ries prerequisite, and the registration\ vote In the books said lor prima-the f for ii. Y.Murray, when W.'Ayers his.life was, of wonderfully Transit Bridge saved >, tr: ..,;, .': J regular> customers. 'J' : :.:;.

election ,n ldfon: November Stb, 1010. 1' was In a tireadtul condition, fie '' -
shall be accosted as correct rl'glstratlonbooks p.. ,
akin .
for aftt \,primaries. rEach writes, ntjr 'wall 'almost yellow; eyes ,,
can Mtu for oUlce, being voted sunken; tonirue coated; emaciated, from I-d. .
for shall' h'a 5,?the right to place one, losing 40 pounds, growing weaker. daily. ,.. >: -: \ ,"
watcher and-liMullenger: In the uolllnac : Vlrnlant liver trouble pulling me down to I 0 .
.
place ateac*<<1Utrlct 'In the County, .',
which said wMcher and challenger shall death in spite ot doctors When that match fD ..
be entitled toe> be present during the entire less medlcln --Ielootrlo Bitters--cured me. TH t.

time the peps|, are open to challengevoters 1 regained the 40 pounds lost and now am .'.. ,
and atsJ' \'t ttnott8 the counting of
the votes ande rtlfyln of the results after strong and well. For all stomach. liver .

the polfs am'cJosed. And kidney troubles, they. arc supreme BOo .
This committee shall meet at.tfie court at 9.;: E, JtcUeachy.\ CIIIPLEYSANN13R'
tense In'V' lIolt a'f'noon the first Sat- bj. j
iirday after. ,suftMlrlmary!\ and publicly ,
; \Dvaaa the returns: ) and certify the re- --3
Hot said palms tethe State ,Demo- .. ,
Statistics rof Chief Crops. -
tin Executive! taralttoe.dered 8CD .
and paa K In'regular meeting! Chipley Fla.
i t the nth day otamf eM b>r. A. 1) 1910. The following are estimates of ,

'., Chairman v. tXuaty J, Democratic M. HAPP. Ex- crop production and value for \

1 ecutlvtfrmmtf.l\O",". Washington. 1920 in tbe report of the Secret .
.
; Coast f, {''JJ'1or lill; .' '
,, of Agriculture. *
ry
!"t; 1( RA e tart.'tI' .(t)
Value of all farm products in ,

'Imary Elect 011 ". gagers. United States for 1910 was $8,* ...... ............ .....
the record
936,000,000 largest ;
,
'\'" 'WMIMBV
i hereby i id! _tttitlwnder the official and increase over 1909of $305 : :
id Ml Conntr.JJPIWW4J CountrSJUanr >crktlwCommlttoo lrt.aocordance with of 000000.an DO YOU KNOW

'wild State and th.*rur uanee of the .0 e
tbe call uf .Ht ate JDemocratlc Ex-
ot tits
: smittee,.,avrh\l'rJIIIElOllCtion will be Corn is king with.a productionof ; G That' now Is the time to build that borne or business house .
( ,.Co*it ft i wrerh election dl.1.. you have been considering? The preaent business depression
county,and a*| ,lw">8pectl.., polling bushels value 4) haa reduced the price of lumber and building material labor .
+"')/..on.1'Be.tJarJaniiarr 10th. 1911. 3,121,381,000. ; : ;
\ la cheap and plentiful and can build now for 25 to 50
t hour 8mtAtar'Jaw lift the holding off you perCent .
the pori>osa*CI) *ting or Jlartlcl- $ 1500000000. less than inJUNE
e nomhuitk i iratlc candi- '.
ted State voted for by Cotton crop $950,000,000. r t. .
itlu room irislaturc of the .1907 OR JUNE 1908. I
.Ida.,to tw 1911. Hay beats! wheat. with 60,116- I .
fc that *' II" If necessaryorovi.kwa "'
000 tons value pO,000,000. -
,.pall be held on ; O. ..\ When you think of lumber orjbuildlpff material, think of us .
.
noose .
nuary lnatbgehan betweenwtca Wheat crop 691,767,000 bush and the fact that we have completed a modern up-to-date millwork "
State mill and can fnrnUh everything made of wood used In e
y' ma by & ma.tba9rei els;,value$625,000,000. "U
.W1I .. Ion.ippointed. I a building from villa to comb and that we can
.eIt I petbbra and Oats, 1,096,396,000 bushels,.value e
to'lI.l arq eloctionareturn 'v ,
ted <__air d olatlc $380,000,000 : 0 DO IT QUICK. e
,4 to the CD Execuon I'uo CD t)
tee iD V AlnSOCIJlrT.1IJU..4 the Hthy Beet sugar, 512,000 short tons;; Sash Mouldings Framing Bank e

tJlIeI6:" & of Februar. Value, $51,000,000.. -i. Doors 'Caalnga Flooring: Drug :
L"1t utI: tf r. C. Lackey 6) Blind Base CeilingStore
ower.II1 'I&a.tter..deck Cane sugar', 447,000 short tonsjvlll'ue. ; Frames Finish Siding Fixtures.

1t'j.2J Fr.;In" J iM.! Stewart. $28,000,000, / '"" ,' '" ,. 0
maaageralJ Uplerk. Estimates cheerfully furnished. Freight paid'to your station -
". "I' M".JiI.W.,fly; lnurke. M, CrJlen -: Tobacco crop, $95,000,000. r+ if desired. .e
rat L.,14 C clerk. I : '
4 'J.V/vdalner. A.W. Gainer, S. : Barley, 158,138,000 bushels. : : e
.' Wl aagOTHi'C. W. Cws. Clerk.ml.S. value not slated. A1ARIANNA\ MANUFACTURING CO., .
l'kJ.'l'Mmp.:: ., .',W. A. Em. I : ....

.J.1:.Gwaltwsjr...'<*JUan w'"..--*!orw v,"""C"<; T. Sorter Rye, 32/088,000 bushels; value. ,. era.T MARIAN' IN'A, F'l-.A. e

jotrtct Nab. .DiF. Gunn.O. W" UnderwooJ $23,000,000.. .; { "
,
:
J: I LONG DIBTANCB'PHONB .3.
WI e, managers; W. M. Wilson clerk. "
b No.7. L:D. McRae, A. L. Well* 3.CiUawar Rice. 1(000,000,000( pourids! yaluer -
_ )drat Mana..niJ.|, W. Williams.. cterk.ltrlctNo. $16,000,000. ". 4 .........................
: So 8.'Arnmtronr: J. E Howell .
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l.diller! ,manaa nwW.- Ruus, clerk. -
,
t- 'drat No. 9. Robert Nixon.: R. D. Murray .
'Munis, manager; A. K:,Keariater clerk. A'WUETCHKrXAlIHTAKK!, 4' = The New York World DR R. E. TILLER.
*fctNo.1" W.'tt.'Parker W. N. Carlisle .
3 Rogenaa. maoaHW*:Ellis Vickery.clerk to endure' the Itching?, ,pat hd distress ot ; Thrice-a-week Eedilion. DENTAL SURGEON, ;

strict, No. 11. G'V"Johrion D. A. Hasty Piles. Tbere 1_ no need to......Llutert: 1 suffered :01-
manager : L. W.-Johneon. cJerk.
Hirtin. '
!jet Na 11. ;J.' M. Simmons. J. EX Skipper, much from I'Ues, writes Will _A. = The Thrlce-a week World hopes to be Chipley; Flor'ida.Office. .

:after, mana en;.'Howell Bowen clerk. Marsh, of Slier,(Oily) ,.N. C.. till!! I,got a box (t) lit 1008 a better paper than I It has ever .
p- V-i-tVn.13. P.Nt lInt hJ oD. J. N. Tatin-. of Uncklen's Arnica SSulvtV and was soon been before, and tt has made* arrange over First Nat'l Bank.
manigere (Y. W. ,
Merrltt ; Ba.lbey.
O. : cured/ 'Burns, boil ,.:ulcers, Lever' sofas, ('D menteaccord inalyr Its news service COY

rIct No. 14. T. KScalner.: TP.. TUI r. eczema, cuts chapped bands chilblains, b era the entire globe, and It reports every
COOK & AtcRAJB
I'W1Io) manager J.L..,.Taylor" ,clerk.No vanisb-beore: )t.' 2So. at 3. K.!: Mcaeachy..i. .,"., : thing fully, promptly and accurately; IIIs ,.
IS. T: lifJonei,C. C. Carter,'Homanaawt <
1_ W,S. Jones,clerk. .. .. the. only paper, not a dally, whfch Is as Attorney. at Law.,
-- which ;
: Hood as a dally, and will keep you
Mash-a .9-Offk rbt (tall.Ml I.d. ..
:: as completely Informed of what Is happening a.t
The Rest Was Silence. '
.'Dilltt&'j W.:B Gray C. throughout the world "
:kI elf.9 H, Crewe. clerk. .... The Tbrfoe-a week World Is fair lit Its Careful attention siren all natter entrusttomr .
Why do "as smart asa Collections made. "
they say care. ;
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-.tIllo.. 19.manalR'f""u.J. H.HinS,H.Sr.Porter.. D.,A.clerk SetdSar7A -' : steel try?" asrfed' the\:!' talkative} from Its columns, whether you are .a Republican surancecomoanlns.CURTIS Agent for responsible.: time and fire-tested> '

MiW', Bowwn,..N.K.Thomaj. bolder, according to Puck; 1 or Democrat, and thai Is what' -,

,leer.manasent.H.L. _eD,clerk. ntver could see anything particularly I you want.A .
tlN.n.: 1- W. MclCinney J. F. RUM speolal feature of the Thrlce-a-weck
rta manager;.W,fe.i,RtOey.clerk. intellectual about a' steel World has always been Its serial 'fiction L. JONES ,
Bryant Ba ttvM.M. FraWt
d1lo.u., :manager' ,M a Fralser, Sr. trap.A t-'. publishes novels by the bed autborsln

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the world Doves which in book form sell Notary Public State at Large.

tl"p. A. L,'Harrtet1J.Horn,A.Jr., Mathfjw,clerk. steel trap is called smart .. era .-' for 1.50 apiece and Its high standard in s, .
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:*mJUlall".J. Jeff',AnderI6ttCEnnlw Std Nil... explained: the. elderly person in -. -' this respect will be maintained. In the future All business, entrusted'to. .j

lnuU manaaorw D. 4e tQartin.clerk. his- sweetest' voice, because* it as In the past. '
,110.15.. G.9 f+MiKo W t- D. Har- 'f+- The Thrlce-a-week World's regular my'care will have my prompt,
,, 1a 4 t..'.WOeJohDlIOI1.. knows'exactly..the 'right time to
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: 1I6maDa ,Ja te clerk. More might have"'been said but ; this unequalled newspaper and The Ban Can be found at Post Office
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r. I Farmers' Institute Meeting.! r .......". '............................"..,......."........."...... 1
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] Personal; : [ Prof. P. H. Rolfs, of the Flor- ] Town Topics.Begin IT :

ida Experiment Station at

E. N. Dekle spent Sunday at i Gainesville, writes that he and the"New Year by boosting HINTS .T0F4RMNow FRS.

Marianna. ':( others from the station will hold Chipl .f.. !, -
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: Farmers' Institute in Chipley .
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J. T..Britt spent Saturday at 1 I Resolve to live helpful, active

.t 'I Pensacola.A. fI on Matters Saturday, will, Jan.be discussed 14th. that life during 1911.. ", i&.the time that you realize ,

D. Campbell 8penfrlday: I Quite a number of the mer- .A
are of vital importance to. every on your season's work., .
.. : in Pensacola. chants took stock last week. ...,. ,
.. farmer in West Florida and all .. ... '
,;." (: :; : ,. Genial Ben Hancock was in are earnestly invited to be pres- Don't be a knocker or kicker* ; : ", sy'ou sell'your'cotton'grain: ., ., : .-" '.

,: .> -,.\ town Monday. ent. Agriculture is taking new .Turn over anew, leaf and be a ..' ". stock-'or other produce, place., ":; .f...."
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; life in this part of the state and booster for the year : : with .
: new your account J.
,X. :; T. L. Davis, of R. F. D. 3, was money on open .. t
,... better being'raised "., '
; crops are The School Board in ;;
in town Monday. was ses- reliable bank '" ,
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than ever before, and it isn't be- sion the ;. '.." :/' .
T. C. Jones spent Monday ,and cause.the land has !suddenly' got regular"Mondaytransacting routIne business. 'Pay" u 'all your bills, by check, <:; 4.
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.. ; Tuesday at Vernon. rich but because there are more '. "
which makes the best kind of a : .
the blacksmith has
brains science Taylor, I "
and being mixed
', George Mendenall spent a few ,
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., days at-home this week. with the soil., moved into and now occupies his receipt, and avoid .the. worry and ::: ,.
And don't to bring new shop. north of railroad. carrying: .:': ';
L. W. Crow spent a portion of forget your danger attending the I ,';,. 1
family along., Remember that If you owe anybody, pay up, if .
the holidays here with his wife. of large sums of money. : -:
.,. .' your wife, sons and dauguters you can. At any rate, do not :
? ..:T X R. McColskey was a business are equally interested in better dodge your, creditors. Have a .. .::Our offices are always at the" ....!.;,.;.X45,
,, ; visitor at' Pensacola Sa ur- talk ',- : ;
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day.. crops.It. friendly -" : disposal of our customers and -:y'".: ,;,.
'. ,,' .1. We shall do well, enough with '. C ,'
; .,. friends. '.' "' 11"" .
,'S.. T,Tiller of Pensacola, was I,I Pays to Wprk at Steady. Job. 1911. A straight stroke of the J.. '..';',,:,. : country. .:' .. ,'":.
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a visitor here the ,first: of the I Collier's Weakly: in a recent issue pen is easier than swinging N I "
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ek 'I tells a story of a young man around the. circle.Escambia ;

Prof, W. T. Home, of Wau- that i is worth repeating: county people,proye t The- First National Bank :wt

7 sau, was in town for a few hours I "In the early part of March, theirprood: judgment by holding

"I Saturday 1855, a native of Ireland arrived meetings in the interest of bettering t OF CHIPLEY. '

/* Dr. Ambus Wells returned to in New York with $8 in his pock- fcrr 'methods. _
/ "' \\ti. He struck off into the coun-
Atlanta Sunday to resume his I.
/" medical studies. /ry, asking at every farm for | A'the crowd'old year of young out and people.the helped news-* .............................'..1....0...............,........,..

r steady job and paying for a 'meal '.,. '
i in night ringJ4ng ... "
X Miss Janie Callaway has beero year Saturday by

real sick, but we are glad to .say and a night's wprk. lodging He finally with found a fewhours' a\ the church bells /.. New Year Greeting. : ;.;:yi, ,. .
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:: she is some' better now.Miss' ., '
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a place at $15 a month, board iFyou are behind. with your i ; .
I ,, c'. Wish our many Customers: and Friends ; i: I
J Maggie Allen entertained with the farmer's family and a subscription, why don't you come I .all. the compliments ot the season, and :
' .' a crowd of people in Out of his and get right with The; Banner?I <
young the.
1... atj room garret. .
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1 '- .' .map 1911 be one oil I prosperity ,you. : ,
I her home Saturday evening. / pay,:in the course of time, he It needs all that is coming to it/ ; We appreciate yourp atronage in the past ,, ,';};

I W. O. Daniel was down from I bought a hvndred acres of land Don't forget, a farmers"- 'institute and promise to try to continue meriting ",:

"' Catnpbellton and spent Sundayand He built a house with his own meeting will'be' held in Chip- your business in the future, by giving you
'I hands barn with the timber 6n ....
I Monday with bis family. a ley on Saturday, January 14th., the best goods at the lowest price possible
the land and with the of
I help
J. II. Porter, one of, Vernon'sprosperous ; :, It is urged that every farmer in
his neighbors the ditches
merchants, was a: dug this vicinity be present. the Misses Richardson.HEADQUARTERS .
and built the fences. He raised
business, visitor here Monday. J nine useful sons and daughtersnd Don't forget that ". Bigger

,Loyd Emison, of Eldorado? led a happy life. Crop Institute will be held in o roa aaooovoooo DOOO .

Io., came in a few days ago, and I Today any man can get ,twice Chipley Saturday Jan. 14th. r-

,-' .,r--- s visiting wi'th Mr and Mrs. T. jthe wages and buy the farm, Everybody is invitedto come

lton.x with all the improvements, at and bring your fami es.. ,

.,D. D. Davis and son and daughter half the price. Only one fourth The old board of County Com- 'For Good Things to Eat!

,,Bert and Miss Alta, spent the period of saving and waitingis missioners .held'their last session ,

last week visiting with relativesand required of the man who makes Monday and the new Board of ........................
friends at the bay. the effort today. What compar.. Commissioners, Tuesday,
ison is there between that Irishfarmer's
Rev. C. E. Johnson was over organjzedand took up the reinsof i ,Just Received :
corn fields the cattle on '
''from Marianna and, held his usu- government where the. old
his hills, hispeaceful Sunday afternoons B Raisins, ,
al semi-monthly services at the board left off. -
Presbyterian church Sunday. and the harried life of | Prunes, Fruit Cakes: and
The editor who wrote the -rot-
the underfed city workman? No
'Mr. Barber, of Marianna has laws helped the, immigrant except lowing"must certainly have been Currants, Other Cakes.

purchased the property where harsh ones which caused an "coming through the rye." It'sa 8 Citron, All kits Of Nuts-.
the Taylor blacksmith shop was economic situation that pushed bad sign to see a- white horse, 8 'Seeded Raisins.

located, and will run a shop there him from his home and put him then a red headed negro, then a

himself. He bas moved his fam- upon his own'initiatiye ,and self- black cat, and a cripple, and. a Oysters Every Day.

ily here. help. load of hay, anda crying baby."

Miss Eva Pratt, who has beenin Anyone seeing all this menagerieat W. W. HARVEY

the telephone exchange at Ma- Some times the 'right side of the same time. certainly. has

'.:r.. rianna for the past year or two, the, market'is the outside. bad luck. eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeceeceeeeecceeeecoeeeoeI <

.. has resigned her position, there The best.Bert and May seed '.'.:,. .. --
and returned home
and her
oats at the Chipley Hdw. Co. .
friends gladly welcome her back. i 0 _
Some people won't be satisfied
Mrs. J. Brown Farrior, who
has been spending the :holidays until the corporations, have a .
death rate of 100 per cent. -:' .
here with the doctor's parents, -

left Tuesday for her 'home at Genuine\ Oliver chilled plows; ;X :

Apalachicola. Miss Gladys Far "'none better.." Ask our custo' : : : ; : : Our Greeting "

,rior. accompanied her home.for a .mers. Chipley Hdw.. Co. ': "

'VISI.. It is gratifying to note 'that ,,:, ::: ::,rIf" /. {;
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G.,B. Bush of
chairman the Mr. Hitchcock has.been growing .. '
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County School Board, returned some on the civ service side. : iSlayallour _customers and friends enjoy

'from Pensacola Friday-wlere he ''':: : ', '
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Why buy others when we.sell. : : : .
had been to attend'the State the 'guaranteed genuine Oliver .. ':::'J.-?. three.:hundred
Teachers' Association. He re- Co.Wanted.Experienced 'ti :, and sixty-five }happy and itt .
plows. lIdw. .
Chipley ,..SyY ?
'ports the meeting as both pleas- ; -.- .
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."' profitable. ox team '' ::;; -x
-" AI drivers and owners of'teams to \ prosperous days during 'the 1911.
year f
, ";.. "f Next Tuesday Is the day for contract logging.. .Apply to C. ; .r -"' -." "
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the'primary election to nominatea W. Hagerman Vilas, Liberty ': ''' 'i"', l'.1: ;<': "' ': '. : : \' : '
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'J ''-" -.... *' .'- -: >- :rj'Youare .
United Fla. .
.., '< States.Senator. Go to county, ; i.; ,

the polls and'vote. The go this week at Dunn- :, .alwayswelcome :at our storeBunn ;| JI'7I :
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Dunn-Coleman Co., receiveda Cbleman Co.Lowe&t : ., .,
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carload of mules and horses price ever. '. ..'" "',. <. :; ;, .
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Saturday. If you are in,,the market Horses and mules. :...:..\, ..:. ::> ",.. '. :,.:.' ", -.

'' for stock, see them., Nails. . '.' '.. ", "'. '" ', \i" .;... \ .
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.. .. Wire fence. "L. ." :"' -:, .; ,
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,v Old Bor as.swooped'"in from "' '. ,- .(..: C ;
Wagons and buggies. ; ,: .. ,
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-f: ,the.ice fields ',of the north and I Cultivators., .: .; :' <::' : ., e/-: :: .

t.', ;west ,Tuesday afternoon and Harness. ':.. -":.. ','-, ,-;:. 'A. G. McQUAGGE,. General 'Manage"

'. night, .and Wednesday morning: Stoves. ..; : i; ;"":". ,:' '.' '

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Horses and //M1uL4s; eeDunnColeman Barb wire.' J _. __

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