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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 12, 1911
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Washington County news (Chipley, Fla.)

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;?:: ers of the first National'' Hank and large lot, located on north elected the following: officers contract logging. Apply to C.

held Tuesday afternoon, the ,officers 6tb street, tor rent. For full information and directors at the, meetIng W. Hagerman. Vilas, Liberty

'.,':::::.. .. : .and directors were, re-elec- apply to. heldfTuesday:. county, Fla.

.: ., ,,4 i .CALLAWAY; Agent ed for another year A. L McNKru OR WIFE. C. B.Dunn,, President.
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.. ,' -' O. Butler, Jr., Cashier. A.-L. Wells "
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';\_. :' : I represent only the very best comJ A.. Sessoms, mules, land.good tools and J. R. .MoGeachv. : the guaranteed) genuine Oliver.plows. ,

-' '-. ,_ ''pantes.=: those tinip tried and fire test D. J. Jones, good supplies. Three miles Buell Cook. Cbipley Hdw. Co. J', .-:;: 7",..'

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1" rated. Asfc a man'"Who owns a policy a meeting held last week a Bonifay, > ..; profits! $1,100. ". ''
) Q'il. he'wlf} sell 1ti! The saTinpa ot a dividend of 8 per cent was .order- ... .. r With TWENTY YEARS
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Only :13.7 People! Found to Square 1' II aoooo yl j
THE BANNER.
Mile In Florida. ii i iirO" E1t
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M. B. Church,' ou'h.-PreachID..e"f.r. ,. Rhode Island has 508.5 people to I Insurance OD1pn.II.Y: ; ?;' were

1 It.tat O.and Williams 3rd Pastor. he square mile, thus, according I Ito "I write to tell you the I i IOD

Sabbath School 10 a.. m. W. N. Sheets. census bureau figures,leading Rood news that Cardul or j, WbellMarianna

Superintendent.Prayer Meeting Thursday nights. the list of states in the matter ol has'' helped me so much'' I. Florida. / op or
Young Men's Tuesday Nevada and I. think it is \ ,: fcn.
cordially Invited. density[ of population. lust settrap.
r nights. Everybody worth its weight in go Invite your attention to Its New Line Policies, as embodying the maxl-

2nd with only seven-tenths of a per- writes Mrs. Maryan Marshall I mum of practical protection; at the lowest practical .
price. A I
Church Preaching
Baptist every remarkably
the mile finds place atth'e io'bun
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and 4th Sunday. Rev. Collier.pastor.. son of Woodstock, Oa. '
j cheap contract, but safe and conservative and
Sabbath School 10 a. m., F. O. Hawk, lower end of the table. The "1 do hope and trust 8 backed by home capital. -

Superlnteneent.Prayer Meeting. Wednesday'. nights. figures tor other states include that ladies who are suffer g W.] H. ,MILToN, President. likel!

', ':, Alabama 41.7 ing as 1 did, will take Directors: 1. E. Gammon. John Milton Jr", W.H.Watson,N.A.Balta.n !
Tennessee, 44.4; ; Cardul "' I J. E.Brooks J. l'cL' Dillon. H. H. Lewis John Milton eiep!
for it has been a '
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Foatofflce Dtreetary.Oillce Mississippi. 38.8 Louisiana, 36.5 OCCOOOCO '
; ; Ood's blessing to me and tIDOtQOOOOflp OOCCIOODDDGOeOOOO
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hours7:30a. m. to 7:00 p m.; except -
Sundays.( Arkansas, 30; Texas, 14.8; Florida will certainly help every -- chub(

East-bound mall closes at. 10:20 ".m 137.: lady who is suffering." rcNench
If it is ri p
Machinery you :want, we have It.
Westbound mail closes at 6:10: p.m. "WUteus
Vernon arrives, at 10 a m. Second in the density list. Massachusetts : us for catalogue rep
Mall from -I prices and"terms .
and leaves on arrival of the east boundmall. supports 418.8 people, ,, 'e aflej\

Sunday. hours: 11:30: m., to 13:30: p. m., to the square mile; New Jersey, ';:koCARD'UIThe MALSBY COMPANY' t6ef' ]

Money Orders Issued at all hours when 337.7; Connecticut 231.8, and IDO\'l\
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office Is open, except Sundays. New York 1912. The other FoTsyth SL, ATLANTA. GA. pie
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states,,possessing more than 100 Wl'Bn the Wowing well-known goods: American, cW'
Woman's TonicNo Drcttngold, leaser "PeerU," and Smith Myers &Scbnler Saw
Oar Clubbing Lint.JJA.NNKU to the mile are: Mills In all sizes and capacities; Erie C,ty, Gelser eerless." and Houston knel'

and Semi-weekly Atlanta, Pennsylvania, 171; Maryland, matter If suffer Stanwood & Gamble Engines and Boilers in all sizes; Challoner,and Perkins pot
Journal, per year 175. you Shingle Machinery; Band Saws, Edgcss, Grist Mills, "Peerless" Threshers,
BANNER and Thrice .-week'New York 130.3; Ohio 117; Delaware, 103, from headache backache Planers,Steam Feeds,and various other Machinery, Repairs and Mill Supplies. d s,, tie
World per-year, $1.65. and Illinois 100.7. pains in arms, shouldersand We can furnish you the best Machinery. on the market and at the same t, triein"
time save you D1on y. We have no branch; house.
legs dragcing-down
BANNRRand: Semi-weekly Times-Un- Wyoming, boasting of one and t tbe
nand per year ,* you
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persons to :1
BANNER. and Home LFarm, per year. feel tired ,weary, Worn
".2/1/' more than doubles Nevada, out, the
and generally miser- UNIVERSITY OP FLORIDA. Florida State College For Women w .
while Arizona with stands
1.8 Btolor-Carduiwill>you. GAINESVILLE '*" i tor
General Directory. third from the bottom. :Montana 'It'has' helped'thousands A Superior: But Inexpensive Institution for TALLAHASSEE I r Sal
College of Arts and Science. Normal
School.
of other weak sick ladles Florida Voimg Men.
New Mexico, Idaho, ,Utah, school of Ms. .school or Art School a Fxprss q a
STATE OFFICIALS.! and if you will only give Four colleges agricultural experiment station; H0a Scbooi t of Homo Economic& 191r
Oregon South Dakota, Colorado University extenUm.: 46 p..r_ and .I.tFir.t cI... equipment throughout. Tultloa&
Governor-Albor W. Gllchrlst. it, a trial; you will be''' ants 80 per cent increase in attendance last ices' Other-p.,n.* -.ery: low. For Information r
Secretary of State. -II. Clay Crawford. and North Dakota and have few thankful ever after. ,ear. Attractive building and campus. For addresi. p
catalogue address A. MUIPHICE" ,President.
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Attorney General Park Trammel! er persons than! ten to the mile.. CONtAOL PraWn tai,
Com. Agriculture E. McLIn. Of the states of large popula- ---- --- -

Trell.8orer-Wm I V. Knott tion, Washington takes the 'lead FARQUHAR MACHINERYCO.e

Supt.,Public Instruction' ; W. M Hollo*, pn the growth of density, having L A 43. E. Bay Str-eet. y '1 ..
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way. Croom.j; advanced from 7.8 to 17.1 per "If the lair of a leopard Is known t JACKSONVILLEF',. LOR I DA.. III .
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Comptroller C. ;
mile in the past ten says a writer luTtht* Wide World Magazine k
square '
Supreme Court= l-M'Sba: : ; leford, I "stones will ;generally dislodge 'Everything for the saw mill and 1
Chief Justice: M. n. Mabrv. Clerrf. years, thus taking a place between p1alnlrg
the lurker. 1 reeali'oneoccasion! whets I ; mill We are now selling 11'I
Railroad Commlssfon Hudson Burr, Kansas, with 20.5, and a leopard was supposed to be l located s t I
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Chairman; R. C. Dunn, Clerk, Nebraska, with 15.5. Washington In a care near camp. The guns were the well known Farquhar Machinery -

Judge first judicial, circuit. -J.'Emmett exceeds Oregon with seven 'placed' around la positions' voauiuanding .direct! _to..the,.user.,_wild.! ) .means I ,1
r Wolfe; Pensacola. the"exlC. and 'a Tew" stones"were .m .
State Solicitor: flrst Judicial 'circnitJ.Walter persons to the mile.by more than then throwq 10.r.rbere. was no resultat a saving*to gcustomers. '

Kehoe. ten, and even surpasses California first but'ns more and larger' stones I Large"'Stock'::Easy Term. i'
crashed In there came a faint hum
with 15.2 Idaho increased
ming and then a roar J like the sea un Send for Catalogand Prices., ,"
U. S. LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS.: From 1.9 to 3.9 and Oklahoma : ".
der the cliffs. In a moment the air r _, ;J:
H. S. Chubb, Register, Gainesville, Fla. from 11.4 to 23.9. I. above the cave's entrance grew dark ,

Shields Warren, Receiver, Gainesville.WASHINGTON Other states outside of the with-bees: As one man sportsmen :
and gun bearers fled for the camp. A F. Pelf & j
-COUNTY OFFICE. southern growth of density have few were slightly stung before they SAY! : F. iCo. 1 1RESTAURA

....advanced persons to the could reach their 'tents and pull the
Circuit Clerk-W. C. Lockey, V.rn2Dr'l.4.I flaps over the'entrances, which the '
,- r :.. ':-" :-A. HutchlsoTa V?ernpn. square mile: bees for some time besieged. Incredible I. T =

Sherl1f, :.G.AUeo, Chlpley.nrer Indiana, 65.3; Kentucky, 57,0; though may sound, it Is the truth We will send the Banner free for

-H.B., Tlher, ''Vernon. Virginia, 51.2; West Virginia, that, although the camp was full of native Also dealers
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E J; Aasjssor-J., J. WllHann, Chlpley. 50.8 Michigan 489 Missouri servants, horses etc.. none of the term of this school to Staple
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Tax Collector-J-'w. R. Gainer, liconbp!: a. ; those who had remained' behind and ,
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Supt. Public Instruction-B. F G-alner. 47.9; New Hampshire' 47.7; Wis- were not concerned In the attack on To Every White TeacherIn Fancy Groceries. ;

Wausau. consin, 42.2; Iowa, 40; Vermont, the bees'-cave were stung. It was a Confectioneries Smokers

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Supervisor of Registration. \yoo 39 considerable time.before the bees beata
Minnesota 35.7 Maine 24.8. '
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Gainer, Econflna. retreat, but:during all tbe time that Washington County 'Goods, Fruits-, 'Veget
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Carmlchael '
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Chlpl J. MAKING LIFE 8AFKH. tents of their .aggressors exclusively I ablest Fish and Oysters.
County Surveyor-Thos. Collins, Cavy round which they angrily buzzed. Who will send us the news of
vllle, Fla.. Everywhere life U being. made more safe Stock new and prices s' a
through the work of Dr. King' clew Life their community each week, or : ,
County Commissioners Pill In constipation,bllliouoncas, dyspepsia. ,A Curl"u. Trail.: ,,, little y ">
J. M. Simmons, Chairman, VernonS. Indigestion,liver trouble, kidney trouble All sorts of devices have been usedto every two weeks at least.. cheaper We'\4rant, : "I
W. Bush,Chlpley. mark a line of march. A unique .
and bowel disorders.
They're easy, trade. Give our
B. F. Evans,Vernon. but sure,and perfectly build up the health. method of "blazing ,the trail" Is still to Correspondents may write on your '.; a

J.'H. Porter Mlllvllle. 80o at'S. K. JlcGeacbl.. be seen In Africa, and a recent publication restaurant'a' trial. {Service t. ,.t t '
J. T. Illghtower, Vernon. I prints a picture of one of these any subject of general interest. :

School: Board: memorials of the den-IRbrald. Arthur. 'first class Located .,
O. B. Hill J. Hayes mentions the subject In bin Our is I'
Bush Chairman Orange i only request that they refrain J
S. J. Gainer, St. Andrew.W. Unlike Some Physicians. "Source- the Blue Nile.. in Tharp building. Phone ,

F.,Russ: Vernon. In 1889, after ;fierce) battle with the from using the name of any No. 8. ';
-- An interesiing'story is relatedof Abysslnlans the dervishes pursued ,

CUIPLEY CITY OFFICIALS.! a San Francisco woman and their 'foes as' far as"tbe lake district. person; in a way calculated to give -

Mayor-U. H. Wells. berp ysician, The doctor performed :of!b geography-mllbdl'II..p1e and,! bad' little,small togogrnpblcal knowledge offense. Chipley,, ,.. Fla' .w __ .
Marshal-H. M. Farrlor,
an operation very suc Intelligence. Sq,, the advance party In
Clerk and Treasurer-W. W. Cook., cessfully this order to mark the route for those who '
upon woman, who '
Council-A. D. Carmichael, chairman, R. F. SCARLET?
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came after aDd also to guide the force Let Itear
C. B.Dunn,J. B.McGeachy.. C. E. Than p was quite wealthy. When asked on their returirXjournoy., twisted the ... us. I I

W.O. Butler, Jr. for his bill, the phssician presented saplings along ,the way into living Notary Public. I fa J

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one fifty dollars. The. up From You.. .\1
trees grew'.ana .tfourlubed.- but' nsconth1y'twistedjind .
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goodjady anttledt ; :" Real Estate Handled. ,, .
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The Banner Do you consider that a suffici now:,jhe .reminders'of" that uprln. Collections a specialty. <*.*

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Chipley, Fla. circumstances look uP""at"tb4'star they appear to be
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and 'tul.t\but\
very still- pea astrono f
nothing to do with it. mers 'know..that' such is:"not the case. -
i.4; : Stands for the Upbuilding; of ,The lady drew a check for Jive but that each one Is moving some a Good Slogan for- '

r hundred dollars, and presentedU with ,'Incrediblespeed.' Invisibly; to tbe
Chipley, unaided eye. 'yet visible to the Instruments
to,bim. He banded it ,back*, at their disposal. Our sun, for a Bigger and Better Business.DONVT

Washington CountyJFlorfda saying I cannot accept this. Instance, which is nothing more 'or :,

My charge for: that operation i is less than one of the "stars" supposed .. ...HlHM. d1I
'. to be "fixed." is moving along, with .
. Xnd ; fifty dollars the entire solar system, toward a pointin DON''IT'BLO'CK THE WAY: !

r1N Very well, the lady :repliedkeep the 'constellation Hercules. In nature

r,: Subscription $1 Per.:: Year. the check, and put the -balance 1 to the* from largest the world most InslgnlOcant everything. germ is In Move ,as fast as the procession,--or move out: Take t \\g
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,J ,to,my credit. perpetual motion. .... of *t V
rf.fWry pace tbe company YClu j> are in or make way for the mbehind.
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a Ion&'itemized bill A WILD BUZZARD BAG1NQ ? "'
We make a Specialty of upon : "" r"
which brings danger sutrerinse often death-to .
,were entered charges for \6;
'Neat, treatment of various kinds, rendered grippe thousands-that wbo terror takes to colds Winter, cough and and Spring la Don't stand in the way of new ideas' Don't pause in tbe '.

ArtisticCommercial to all sorts of ,,humanity i Iwdahger. l niiu aratuTedUpr: nostrels, path of better system. Don't settle' down on the ladder ;161

male and female; black and lowjir partdtnornsore?' chills ,and fever success. Don't be a. barnacle $n the ship of p'rearess.
raid In back of head, and a thrCiat- lplng
Printing white, who., bad been treated at cougbr en Grip attupfci, aa !j ju-value

her expense. ,She was so delighted your life don't d tat kettl ii:? "Dr: King's Change means progress. Progress. means advancement'

at it, that she immediately Sew Jjlgcoyery. One bottle cured me, ,)
T rites A.L.. Dunn, ot Pine Valley. Miss,,
The Banner placed another check for five after being laid nn three week with Grip. Advancement means movement. MoVES! "'. .

hundred dollars to his credit on For sore lungs,hemorrhages, coughs. ,colds 126DON'T ,

the sairie terms, and it is now being whooping ooutb, 'bronchitis, asthma. Its BLOCK THE WAY!
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sitlolL ,', W.nt.d"IIArt In4erpret.ratxtaez SHOP. I
+ .... ra'tbehPaaamn! Ep '> CITY BARBER
,\ It was! a case of assault and tbe 1ft. II I
iThe approaching completion erally downtroddeu wife wan. luyiu ,FRENCH "

;, %,of the Panama canal, like othc, her grievances before the uiajfldtrate. No Waiting.
"He started by giving me n biff I on
', coming events, casts its shado
the MARKET
the nut explained niirfi-y con 3 BarbersberythisgUptoNow. 3
i' before it. New Orleans and la1naDt. ,.

a : an Francisco are contesting "My good woniau," rebuked tbftHg. ,IPw

latrate, t'you'tnwetn't,. tape; illce|, waf COFFEE
the ,.
honor of holding an/, exposItion you taeiloli1e'! '> .
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here. supjlyse 'gav
<.. ". ",. I commemorating the great you a blow upon the bead." Shave .. .. .. . ISc. M/W'A.rMI Mks n.nwrenrsa. .. -.
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'",',:, I / [event, and both Louisiana and "Yus, yer wasbup. An' then 'e tried Haltcutting2Sc.Shampoo .... .. 25c. WOULD YOU LIKE
: 'I :' California have their cred it'i" ter do me In by:chuckle' 'is 'baccy be Massage. .. .. . 2Sc. HOW
: ,, put .*' : i i I < .{ '
at-me .v Hair Singe,.. .. . 250.
-' .' t ;j pack of the respective cities. But "By which 1 presume\ you mean," In, '$100 In Gold--$100?

>. : 'Why this rivalry$] Why not have terposed the Justice of the peace si& We Solicit Your Patronage.Very { .
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"., 1 two expositions?,' This is a nat verely.by precipitating."that he;;his tried box to ipf Injure tobacca, .10U I at Respectfully, Everyone who sends us in a list,of English words made'up of

I' -,!> -;: [ble wedding-tbsunion, ot tbe you Pray; proceed and avoid slang 'W. D. Peters, Propr. any, or all, of the letters in"FRENCH

.. Let take and Inform the court what other 10' COFFEE"will
2:: \ ',: ; [oceans. the', marriage MARKET
Juries bo inflicted upon your:
f' }: :, ?! place at Panamawith]; appropr "
,I,' CometeoTweP soap -theytna For Over Fifty Years. receive a present. The one sending: in the greatest list
): ., ate ceremonies; then let there bfa ed l ls.
: ) of words will be given: One Hundred Dollars in Gold. Hun -
? -: : reception at this home of the trate really beginning to lose his ten Mir. \Vln. .Iow>. Bootrilna. AurupBan
,:. ;: per. "Don't waste the time of thE' been used. for over FIFTY YEARS by MilLIONS :<< dreds of other valuable presents will be given free to !ontest-*
.. bride's of MOTHERS lor their CHILBREt
..l parents ,and another at ants. <
court.
,' ; WHILE TEETHING with PERFECT SUC-
.. [the home of the : parents of the The 111 bled wtfe'louked' about ber CESS. It SOOTHES the CHILD. SOFTEN! .
and particulars regarding
.) the GUMS ALLAYSan PAIN CURES WIN I D For list of presents
:: iRroom. It is not 1 to helplessly.] COLIC and is tile beat remedy for OIAKKHtKJ write
to
necessary ask
r. ; .. "Excuse me, yer wnshup she! -ea: :. Sold by Druirirl In every part of the world. Be contest, your grocer or
: .t [decide which is!>!man and whit! sure and ask lor"Mrs.Wlnalow's Soothing Syrup'
"but I was woudei .
claimed oj length, and take no other kind. >> o a bottle.A CONTEST DEPARTMENT
'': [18.wlfe the Pacific the u me.in tbia"'er .-
: may pe. refgarded la' what was pet :
i."" ORLEANS CO. LTD.
NEW COFFEE
the husband becaus court for a biff on the jlbr'-LoudoD ,
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''f., : .. (larger or as wife because of itt I
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r better disposition. New Orlean i Him Generosity. 4. Attorney L .w.
t; '. [. teS.Colleetlone. a Specialty. _
'. "Yes,"'said the tired looking Voraan'I ---
r t'. can very properly: represent the bare a very generous husband am Chlplej 'la

,::.. '...., .r.rnext of kin of one and San Fran this is the way he gets that reputation, !

'f' .... Icisco the near ::relatives ot thiipther. Tbe other day I .worked and slaved lithe 1 -
'"i-J' :kitchen forcnbout\ Ite I\ hours mad ', We promptly obtain U. 8. and Foreign i
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New Orleans is*
";" .' vneareI big Jelly 'It was my flrjst/ a r

\'(. to Panama and ;also much nearer I had considerable trouble and burns NOW IS TOE TIME i i
1 fingers about seventeen llffercu PATENTSSend
:: ito the center!, of population. my times. If turned out pretty good however .

f .! Probably three, times as many 'and of course I was proud and, I '

:<,, people would attend an expos!- delighted. That night I put some 01 free report model on,(Ketch patentability.or pl>oto UiVtBUontor For fr* /book.Howto0ecar :

\ tion New l would the table for dinner and husband go' n
at Orleans at-
as
i s .. Patenhland + to TO ADVESTISE, I
r,.>L "' .Sfcffirtae( ) 'arSj Trancisco, and enthusiastic"Next day be was visiting" a slcli :

i-t;; :""yvie"KeW"O 1 rleajfis is remote from friend of his, n man, by the way. quit MSNBW1Opposite

able to buy anything be might wapf :
' ,': the Pacific coast-a section vitally *
'and wife lifts her finger
whose never
concerned in the success ot; On leaving Mr. Generous' Ilusbanc U. S. Patent..Office* 6' The best ppportunities are 'often ..>

;:f" the canal. There is no place ex says; 'My wife made some pretty good WASHINGTON D.C. I. .r .

';;," : ,:*' ,cept., the isthmus. itself when Jelly some.thee I'll other send day.yon up You half might a dozen like -x-fwntr%' "' *ri- %rvfcf jVWtejfcj ijwvMBO neglected. NOW is the best time &?

it. "," .. .both oceans can be properly rep 4 Jars.*' '':...v.:cGe ..crlo'e..ovaa: +.q- rJ

: .. ", ,resedted. exposition: at New Now wouldn't that frost you 01 '0 ro OJ .. ''n ,./'''' w ; to advertise. ,1 '

': .. ". Orleans would JKligh t the Pacific: rasp you or whatever tbey.say. Haifa : n1ag ,o-!' I"'J.. -f : 9 ) *
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:..:. dozen Jars I After oil my work to blln'dthat 1:1:: :.. y \
t. .. an'exposition at San Francisco j. a: ;"41 '= 8Pil to sell if
\ : jelly over to a man whose wife Is "i-Q"C; mft .i If you have something ;
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., ',' : .would slight the Atlantic.-.- Twc too lazy to breathe!. 1 made exnctl;> : ltl "" -. ; It
; eight Jars so 'we will have one more ,. r"f. c"r :>
.. ;f.":,. : expositions, are necessary. Here unless be has already promised it tc i 'wp'.s. .'r\01' ::: c" you want to buy something; or if
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.;; to New and San Fran, c: G
is Orleans somebody else. -New York Press. 0 .. ;.t: I rd '"

<;,.' .', cisco, wishing them both success -- '.- i!II rt.l.:;! 0 i. e. 1m. v 0if"j you have a bargain, NOW is the

.;:.. :.' Here i is to San Francisco authorities.Pauper of Paradise.Tbe Samoa the little .: a": .- O'.4 .: g .

andlNew Orleans they both Stevenson ij :,ar: ,::at time to make it known.Don't .
: ; may island upon which Robert Louis O. I' 0 i .. "aw J-04... ," best '

win! lived and died provide board -- N a".< 0 1m 'I,

.::;. 1.. and lodging wbb are absolutely unable or free unwilling to strangers to- I,7'w.01, rib; i ,. .fail' to. see us abdut J rt, '
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." ,aro tA,,.lr1e,4 .
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y Tillage on I
.0. pay for their keep. Every
3 e } .;: Chamberlain's Cough: Remedy Is not a tbe island has a guest bouse called< a '.eo. Ga. ... eoe..... Spring Advertising this weelt.' 'Iff',1
1" common! every day cough mixture. It Iso "faletale." and here tbe tourist, .Is Invited :

'e' :' ',' 'a meritorious i dv for all the trouU e to come and be fed lodged and YEARS

.'.' ;::, .'eome and dangerou; complications reeultrra entertained without any' paytcent CXPERIBNCB it is business ypti.: want ,

': ,::. ,. :: fog from cold In the bead throat, chest or whatever.Tbe '
', f: : longs. Bold by 8K McQeacby 'and City officials of tbe town of, Kllngen- 1 + \
j Prng Co. berg.on-the-Main, In Bavaria. are ex i j r I7
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'';, ','. 1 d ', ceptlonally generous, for they riot only 1 : I Banner can Get it for You.IF >
; : free beds and free board to
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,' Greatness. end to all who ask DCSIONSJ' .,.J"---
Real every year
-. ... .:. -" .' for them. Klingenberg ''owns several V W OoswNle.cr.&e.> ***** _)1t :
sketch and dMrlptlnn us.f
R' '' ,: Christ has,.given us a measure pottery clay pits that bring In so much Anyone aoeflMlii lending ear a o 4iiton free w ether: an .. '".
.. to the town coffers tbat they rn"entoo J.l'SMyXMtinaSMlbMFSS,..., l1"S: .'
of greatness which eliminates money t.lon..trioU.n..de..tlaL ] Wn4 :, :
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town '.and leavea see free. 01_' a.wn r to'Patent .esr n nta. .,; .,
all the expenses .. .
':,.' conflicts. When His disciples pay good round sum over wblch Is distributed until* taken,w...tbrooih io.,_...Hi...on III the r.o.lr.p.erai RINTIN6. '
JOB. < ;
NEAT < X :
Y.QUWANT ;;' :
.disputed aradng themselves as tot I to charity. Klingenberg la Sdtntifk, bRmerkaL .

; which should be greatest in' the one of.tbe few places where. taxes art A li."deo m ely MhMtntl. .e4 ...."'. J.aNMt. elr.onhUionofanysneilt .. I CALL ON ', '11'''(.I''. ,". ,
unknown. -'Kingdom of'Heaven' He rebuked artfourmontha$1..auld brli mwMealaa l 'x : : ;.\>
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said him who -- UNN & Co.88IBrwdwii'new' York I THE BANINER.Oo ,
and Let .
them .
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,Il ; An Accommodating Boy. B..... ce, 4 II W..t_.B. ', w ""would be'chiefest among you be A Newark woman who lives In an -.---

; the servant >of all. Rervice is apartment house changed her Iceman
not long ago. and the next day tbe <4
t112'mea5ure'of greatness it always1
I ,P ; ; ;poutb who drove tbeteain for tbe new '

has been true,.. it is true man'put the piece of Ice//on lye dumbwaiter ,

I : *today*. and' it {\ways'evil i ]f be true, 'hf tbe basement to be. hoistedip. : 'ilI
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I ';':-j ., .. .. *that he is"greatest who' does the ,". She ea.ens.pulled" 'way she >exclaimed "that ,,
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revolution it will work :in this old ureightr .
she the dumbwaiter \ I
After much effort got
When this standard be-
world up to the kitchen level. To her ) .
comes the standard of every life. imazement there was a small! boy alt ';.
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"' Nearly'all) of, our controversies lug upon .
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reatb she had J left sbe demanded: :: You Want : '. \ .
'_ and combats prise from the fact make ,..' "
"What hi tbe world-dill you me ," ,
that we are trying td get some- pull you up here for" j

thing from each other-there "Why." replied the youngster "1 : sy -.
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rake would be too
the
bought maybe'
will be peace when our aim is to to ; Big :Bargains
leavy for :you to lift so I came up
?;;. do something for each other. help you off with...'."-Llpplocott'n.... ,;\ :
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'animosities -- r
h -. Our enmities and The.Sensitive"' Press Humorist."It .. ..- ''

arise from pur efforts to .. get as makes a press humorist mart ;. .. .
w J rmuch 'as possible Out of. the when be sees oueof his jokes attributed '- IIS'
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-.. worlil-there; will be peace when fl Judge to some BO"one* else.. ,, .' .. .." ," .. .'

-:. our endeavor (s' to put as much "And !It doesn't seem' to please him Hats _
I '; SHoes and
possible into the world. So- any hotter to see ;one >,of his rival's 'Clothing, ,
as )
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t to.blm-Kansa City .
attributed
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immeasurable
ciety'will'nYve taken an .. :
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step toward peace when i" TO "
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it estimates citizen by his out- His Awful *-Mt.tak ,. I' .
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Newrichunderstand
put rather than by his income bcstra Mr. Is to pine one of Doorknob's .'oJ. :' .

and gives the crown of its ap- omposltlons tonight. )Irll. Oldstorb

proval to the one who makes the Doorknob? r>oorknob? Ab: I suppose JVIinchin &C .
J'(1U mean Handelt!-Ctlcago News.
largest cohtributtop tothe wel- --_.,_- ---. .'

fare of all.-From the Prince of .

t Peace Th, busiest and mightiest little thing
that was ever made Ie I Chamberlain's .. '
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f Stomach and Liver Tablet They do the'work ;/

Cham :,rla'fll". Cough Kennedy U:, a ,verynluable.tmedlclne whenever yourequire, their ft' id. These' ,
for throat and lung tablets change weakness into strength. 1

.trouble;quickly "Haves and cure painful stless'nesa Into energy, gloominess intorousness. .

breathing and a dangerously'' Bounding Their action Is so gentle ''one ,4
which Indicates congested lungs.; :don't realize..they have taken a purgative
cough Sold by City Drug Co and 8. K.McQeachT.: i 101d:! by City Drug Co, and 8. El MoQeachy

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,jfr' :" ,,:' THE BANNER An Old Letter.Superintendent '"J ';, 'L

'i ?as' ot Public Instruction .. -
:. c I'UBUSHKD KVKRY TUUKHDAY.: .
: B. F. Gainer sent in Ia ,
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At Cblpley Fla.
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I' L",; -..-,. 0 the following letter a few days '

\/JoI".,.., '..' ,( ",,,' WALTER W. JONIBD, dlto.. ago, and we publish it with pleasure :- < '''' "

"". ', '. :"'. Bound at the poatomco at Chlptay. .., a.r as it recalls a period of time Ail I kinds i feed stuff t' :

" ,','" .eowndda.*mall matter. ,, which "tried men's souls." .
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',it. .,,' 0:11I11: TBAB,.11.00 Capt. N. G. Oattis, to his sister, .

:-"". r r"., SIX XOHTH8: .. -50 Mrs. B. F. Gainer. For the Horse ,
> ,,f" : < 'sasgxortxas: ,.85AdrertUtni ,
U. S. Military Prison ....
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., -,;.,.."''.. "', rata InrillUtod on application. July 4th, 1864. : I .;; ;.; : '. .. C' .' .. ../ ... .,' '
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1',J ,' My Dear Sister: 'For the Cow, >.. .." }
'.' Communlcatlontt on live 'topics espe-
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\')" claUy) of local Interest, are solicited. Url On Johnson's Isle, enclosed bya .. ,....". ,f' .. ...
,-' Is understood however, that the publish' ., _
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', \<. ,for opinion expressed by correspondents.a enemy, is a small room with one "'::I-" ', :: 'L'orthe'Chl.: lt "n.J.s'J <' ':",::> : '

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' door and two windows furnished ; .. -
live representative "" '
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"rs'; ;; rangementa with the rUrt parties. two pine tables, three double : .: ,," _:>' !'.f?' ''' :, .'

\ bunks and shelves .. :! Forthe Hogs ,..' ; Id.: ',: ';: '
THUB8DA.Y Jan. 1i1, 1911.' some upon ... .. ,. :: ; ,.: '-
'", L .__ which is arranged a few books, : -

.(.. >' Looks like the windy elements i papers, small looking glass, AL\VA YS ON rif'c: } : ,

deny combs: brushes, etc. In this "
itself
and death
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,:;\Y the right to trespass upon the room jour ; \ ;" c' ; .. ,, ', '. o ". .. r ... '",,' "..'.,
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nlf'f,;, .. elements of tbe feathered tribe. '' .; .-., : -:' '", :,
he is thinking of home, of a dear Get Our PriceslGampbell J
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old father and mother-of affectionate -
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Roosevelt and Bryan, it is fear- } !
sisters and kind brothersof ; .
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" ed, are going to prove thorns in by-gone' days when we all i
:- :> the flesh for their respective par- & Dekle-' Co. : :%

".....,.. met around tbe family circle and ; ,
:'; I =ties.. Both have become free po- enjoyed each others society. Ah! .; ; ,

.4 litical.lances and are not going to '* ;: .
' 't' those were happy days. It ; : : { ;
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: be content as deposed leaders. .
:; r : was then that we entered into .. / : r. .
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The growth of Socialism is t-
.. making the one more celestialand .- ,rt >
" due in large measure, to the ,
each bearing an equal shareof \ .
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; ..:gr wth.of-monopoly-and the on- the other. Such are my c.-:". ".....!' ,.

',' ly'way to check the' growth of I thoughts this evening; such daily Traced by a Thermometer.. NOTICE FOE PUBLICATION. '..:. ""... .

both is to destroy monopoly, I WftUSftu. I One night many years ago Dr. White- Department of the Interior ''t : y..r:
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after I '
Yes, day day, ponder U. S. Land Office at Gainesville. Fla. ... : ;
law with the '
messenger
walking along
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whicb is indefensible in a Repub- January 7,1911. .., : :
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over those golden moments when be was set upon and Notice Is hereby Riven t.baJohn Bess .., :,
' .. lican form of government. : and wonder if I still have a placein Prof. Grover Jonas Dead.WilliamGrover knocked down In a lonely part of the of Fountain. Fla., who on July *1 1904. oJvti::'.
made Homestead No. (SerialNo. ,, ;':: ;:.,
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Entry
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a road. and .
> Ills rifled .
were
pockets its ,
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the memory of those loved Jones, son of 08752)for M Wjrf!:Section$ Township ,a :
:; was left lying on the road with a 2 north Kama 13 west, Tallahassee ee Me- ;. $,. 1jrldlaD '\%;
2s .. Harlan, the Alabama man, who ones. I know I am not forgottenand Mr and Mrs. Wiley S. Joaes,'departed fracture of tbe flbula. One of the *r- has filed notice of Intention to ..v. 4!*,
.. was.convicted of peonage and it has been three long life tidies stolen was a clinical thermometer make final five year proof to establish ,v 7J' :
f yet this : early Monday claim to the land above described before ;t" ;i .<
' F' sentenced to eighteen months long months since-that sott gentle morning the seconday of theN with which be bad 'that: evening the Clerk of the Circuit Court at Vernon.. ;/ VFlorida ,1-
, :, taken the temperature of a patient on the 16th day of February: 11>>11. .- -/.i: ,1 -,
imprisonment and to pay a' 'fine' voice has whispered:' '"All is e'Y Year.This Buttering .from enteric r" fever lie. remembered Claimant names 'as witnesses: Nero :>\ 'Jv (
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i '. $5,000, has been denied clemency well'at .home." But these are sad intelligence was, told the temperature registered, McFadden McFadden.! Ed Hampton Davis'.McClarv.all. of Fountain Gaston. i rJ Taft. So he alno that be bad not shaken down the :: !IF'A;
President -f
. by not all daily thoughts each
:: .... my ; in breathless whispers around mercury before putting'the thermometer OKSBT S. CHVBB. -n :?;.;' ,;;p.."

..i" will now have to serve his sen moment of the!. day my mind many a fireside during the day. back In Jits pocket, and be COOK Ed fee paid._ Register ,:.-.., :.r':

At".' tence. .I wonders to the scene of action It seemed almost too sad to be inundated these facts to the" police. ::=.1:'*'; ,

.. .- Borne time afterward a thermometer NM'ICE.FOB. PUBLICATION. .. ; J;:.
4>- the field of and blood- had'called -
: carnage him .'
true, yet 'God registering tbe Identical temperature Department of the Interior. ; ,; .
The initiative and referendum shed. My brothers and best home. was discovered( inu 'pawnshop in U. S. Land.Office at Gainesville Fla. ,V?.-;. ;.'t
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o':: Yp'r pefly.b e called a 'politi- i friends are there and oh, who Grover was an unpretentious Glasgow and by thl .. meant!\ the police Notice: Is hereby given January that !Walter\191L M. .. ,..e. '.*..
I were enabled to track the doctor'sassailants Hutchison of Eeon na. Florida who on >: ?' *\
initiative
cal phrasie. The means can describe the emotions of the "'''''
young man, of sterling qualitiesand and to* arrest .them in one December 28th 1908. made Homesiead : l/! -
the right of a section of the people mind when I reflect today some of the Glasgow theaters.O1aegowMedical Entry, Serial No.. OB72: for awjtf Bectlon .. ,.?; *'>' '
ability. 10, 'lownshlp 1 north, Range 13 west -U. :?:"" .,,',
-a party--to have its views of them may'be agonizing In his class he stood< head, and Journal. Tallahassee :UerldlaQ. has filed notice of "V-'- ; .''.."'.1-
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Intention to make--Jlnal Commutation
t' on a certain political question, death. Write often, accept the.. in. his profession as school' teacher establish claim to the. land above "' ;"Y; ,
brought before the whole people warmest love of "' PETITION FOR ELECTION. described, betore the Clerk of the Circuit ','r' N".
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; in ,his native county, he was'a Court at Vernon, Florida, on the lGtb day" .f'' f .
for a decision. The' referendumis Your affectionate brother, Smbition To the Honorable Board Public Instruction of February, 1911. '.: .?;, ., :-' ..'
success. His was to ,WaablnRton'.COQnty '..:
: Claimant! names as witnesses: Henry "
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the system of deciding a polit- N. G.OATTIS.NOLES. .- stand in the front, and with his We, the undersigned electors Of Sub- L. Walslnctham, Hpmer Haddock, of ,;:', :., :.
ical question pending in the leg- School District No. 10. do petition your Econflna. Fla.! and J. Ii. Johns, T. \9 .- '-1 .
studious'habits, had'be lived, he Honorable body to order an election Inlaid Johns, of.Sexton: KIa, ',1<>"''h, < ,
islature in, conlrres.s by' submitting UKNBT S.. CHTTBB,. '. .. .,
or district determine whether or not a4)
would have' made his mark in the ... ., "
Ed ,
said District No. 10 shall be continued or fee paid. Uegliter. E ;

,, -. to,popular p'T .vote. Tommie Rooks a: caller here on literary world., .. discontinued same If continued-and to elect Trustees .for './'i;'>'.i..a." :;..
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Monday Grover was a kind and gener- H. L.:' Bowen, N.-E. Thomas The'anti-Diaz ,newspapers in : :l-:': "

"It is a lamentable fact," says \ ous son. and his death falls; heav- J M.'. W.'Ward F...Bo wen, C William. C. Burch ard. Mexico are 'being"uppresled. as "; 'c" '
the Key West Journal, "that a Frank Carter was' a visitor at R. M. Melvin 8. W..Jones, 1'
Noles ily on his father and mother. Tohisbrotbera 'r. w.Wblt D. B. Jeffries, fast. as they turn up. Theresanothing ... .."i..;: '_, ,
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taste.for good reading is not cultivated :\
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and ,sisters he was W. E. Jeffries, W. T. Jeffries so important the old 5 ; "
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children, .as a rule. Mrs. H. A Varnum was' shopping true. To his friends, he was ever M. Bell., O. W.Fusselll man.now as having unanimous '", :'t '.
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How many. homes can you enter : here*Monday.v'' w._ i 'ready to s: 'Ve., ,,H.Henry Duncan Land. Isaiah L. D. Duncan Hampton support of the. press. -' r, 'J'; ...
and find plentiful supply
-' today a Miss Mary Varaum'-is\-idon'! the His belief in God was firm. .. ... .._ ,,-yM'?'
Tjf-fcuod'books that will interest a ,
sick Us this week The church he honored and sup- ,

.of healthy the other boy?extreme" The Journal that is quite tells J. B. Varnum made a business open ported confession,.though he.of had Christ not -made until Closing t ,Out Sale.I ''1 i' '''-


common-the great lot'of ,goody- trip to Southport,..Monday. his last days. Lovely immortality ';:1 :

goody books that no boy would It has been a long time sincewe written his brow ,
was as
bother with If. he. had'ever been upon .. .. .
saw anything from Noles. .._._ """
he bade his loved friends '
and
ones '.;'.
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out of doors. "Give the children 'f'Ji'
Mrs. W. I. Varnum visited at good-bye. ,
books that will entertain them On account of ill health I : i'I
Mrs. J. B, Varnum's Monday. He'fell not, like the decayed am' + '
and cultivate the taste for: reading -.... > .
trunk of the leafless cedar before -j.
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t., ,"'says the Journal in conclusion Miss Ida Young visited withH. the blasts .' am compelled to to some:hospital :? ;: 7iL-
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':, Wand you will then be as- J:...Varnum and family Sunday ;wintry but like ; : go ; .E J* : '

I., the strong oak upon the mountain : : ;
sisting'them materially in ob.taining'a Mrs. P. E. : j7 f l"r.i!
of Florala
Raney will have
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top, shivered by the light- : ,. consequently' tbft:
broad education.11The Ala., xislted her sister, here last ., ...... .
,- .. -.. ning, when its boughs ,are clothed .. "-. ,\ t;. ,,:-' ." .'..''4.f'.:?

". week. in tbe full leaves.'of summer. "" :. close. out my 'business ;here '_',*,*?&$ li; i .,
Old Philosopher and High Price. .. .
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Jackson Ham, who has been But',G'"knows best; n4'bles J.4'tf'

t: > ,' "Everyday or two," 'said the sick for: several-weeks U now on' I. ed, are'tLJ: dead which' die in, the ,; .>: ;. In order to quickly dispose: ;. ;:* :i.r. .

:' Old'' Philosopher, utb re is gos- the mend.H. Lord for they shall rest from '. '. '"" :,,: :;.... ..,

; 'about' prices coming down of stock of Goods Clottiing .: :: tii: '
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1l1f"" J. Varnum and family''visit their ]labors, and their' works my Dry ; ,- .,; ";', "'O'I'ti .
:, : but' 'I haven't lost any sleep shall follow after them. 'it' ; :i'

::t."::' watching to see them'fall, nor ed Sunday Geo.W afternoon.The Morrell. and family Grover was born March 19tb" ,' Shoes, and Hats, either. .in l''f: ;,r'bulk ,,!:.. ;.:,:,
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have I told the children to bee :
:,1. 1887 and this life Jan- '
departed
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careful 'and stand from under. smaller sales I oIrer : ::! f
uary 2nd, 1911. or am t4: ;:
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? There would ,be a tragedy, you last guns of the campaignwas A and t .. -.; .:: ...,5fj.!': : -" ..
good son loving' brother
know if bam should happen to fired here Monday night. at about. half ifs,7Vlloriginal < .
a >> ing everything' : > ; :
has,gone to the .saints reward.' I : : .
Hays
Sheriff Lewis ,
Marianna
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fall the head of a child at ,,: '', jl .
upon .: ;';. ... ._; ,,- '
BROTHER. '
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was here 'and addressed small :BYE ., -
play;or acyclone_ should blow' a : : value. Y ..:'i' ".. '- 't.,
crowd of voters, standing on the ', ,. ', I > ...-" ".{ .. t. iV.'I .
side ot bacon against the father.of ,- ; > .,. ", .-t'.-...;:'., _.n- ."...,
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sidewalk in front of.the postoffice ,Thebes Bert and May seed "' > t. "' "!t'; '-,
{ and ,knock hi out : -
a.tamily, in Ji want to take advant-- ..: .
"of.business on his way borne, at in behalf of N. P. Bryan, which oats at the Chiplev' Hdw. Co. ;" r ''"v"."' you .. : ''' .., ..,,, .:.';:.!..(" {..'..:!-f' .
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;w3 ;o'clock in.the morning. No, I received respectful bearing. At -
Delineators and Butterick'sFashions of this had -:- '
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snail not celebrate a fall prices the close of his talk a persistentcall ; 1''

4 until some of the things mentioned was made for Hon. D. J. sold at Misses Rich -'i

': come to pass, and I am not :Jones. Mr. Jones came forwardand ardson's. S
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worrying. High or low-j just spoke in in behalf of W. A. M. G. BUCK.

;; : anyway.you.take [it it an all Blount and .they ,do say 'that Dunn-Coleman_ Co. will !&elly'o

:' ,:' :round good world, for, those who when he finished, Mr. Lewis' more goods for same money, ',.or ... -'

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_ "WON, :fPresldonW! M. Vice-PresIdent'_ F. M. flOLSON.Cashier In the O.d Hummelsea
Leaving/ ou a misty
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morning, you enter a green underworld
;: irs1tNatio'1 IBank.FJUA. of strange dew bedlamoiid brilliance\ ,

,, skirt the head of a deep southward Wire Fence. II I-
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looking valley and
emerge upon a :
ARI2INNA
j' .1V1" ; sunny open plateau beyond Kt.-k.le and
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'. look down upon Wlldsee clrcled.by the :
dark pines of an untouched'fol't'st that .
\ Capital, 50000.00 > "q : stretches away to the blue and distant

Solicits hills. It Is easy here to Imagine yourself 8
Amount Individual .
of Banks Corporations; Firms' and ?.
soul back In the heart of the old Ger- .
w twenty yea li. experience l 'the banking business'' enab1eaJua. toA offer manic wilderness, in the heroic days 39
Quipped Savings Department In whlcb we pay interest oh deposits: Ac- I when Hagen slew Siegfried with acoward's : sa
blow. The
hi ihail handled morning sun glints
as easily.as by personal interview. ,/t\
; Send us your business. upon bright spear tops among the trees 24
: and the wind brings snatches of rough
to 1 i"'. M. GCU.&ON Cashier. war songs shouted by barbarian voices. 51gl

..l Your heart swells with the lust of battle -... .

and the chase, and If you have
d
,.. .. German blood In your veins It calls

s : . . back through the dark middle ages to

I: that dim and mystic youtbday of the _.v_......,,_._.. ... .....'..... .... '.....__.....-__.,..._......-. ..
world when heroes met at the Raven. .
[Keats if) Printing na Schlacht. Within the hour you e

; find yourself back In the twentieth : Just a word 'Farmers and Fence Builders:

century among motorcars drawn up
::;k Creates a good impression : beside tbe hostelry at Ruhesteln, where

.II : : among your correspondents,.;.j js : place Hohenweg and crosses drops the into government the common ma. : Having made a, deal for Ten Car Loads i:

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cadam before the side -

r I ,| and .helps to give .your business -'' of Black the Forest Roth Pathway climbing Schllffkopf.by-steep From Frederick"A : of the', Best American Steel Wire Fence, we j:


I prestige. : Tan Beuren! Jr., In Scribners. are in position to make you better prices e<
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Verdi and Blsmarolc on TitUs. : than ever' before. \ : .
" |We doNeat Printing ,
The composer Verdi was offered a ..
I V title of nobility by King Victor Em.'
I at Reasonable. Prices. T* T T Y. .* manuel. It was Intended that he should :. Besur'e: you see us,before buying'wireelsewhere. : ,

bo created Marquis or Comte de Bus-

v 91'' :' Banner Job Office.S3ID&5 i seta after the estate upon which he : It means money ,saved. '!:
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r I lived. The composer refused the offer

er'w' . . . . I energetically.: He considered that Verdi : .$
... was .somebody and that tbe Marquisde '
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r .. Busseto would be nobody; I Chipley Hdw. Co. :'
Even Bismarck was unable to parrya

; AND blow of this character. When the $

. J,' ) U RS k HIGHEST FOR RAW MAHKET FURS; AND PRICE I11DC3 PRIG: young conferred emperor upon him broke the with title, of him Dukeof he .........................Q

; ..4 la.w. Lauenbourg. Bismarck received the
. t Woet on Cemmtalon.: Write for! prise 10tj
list mentioning thlf ad. parchment with this exclamation:
. r JI'' "A pretty namel! If: will be handy

",":- :,., |W WHITE CO. SSSSSSS.* for traveling Incognito." The First National Bank
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"" i .... s I Some days'arter a parcel arrived at
.>.,.i. h '.V'. Varzln bearing the address "Mme; In OF PENSACO.L1t, FL2De.lgnated '
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' b I Dnchesse.de "
; I ; Lauenbourg.
If ;';f'I, I Fa'lthful His Trust Bismarck; to whom It was delivered, Depositary; of the United Bt te..'
'' i- w The\ FirstiLanguage.jlo to :
; being then at table arose and, offering
t" ."''p | one of the"'existing-languages baa I I was waiting near the,. cloyr In the, letter to his wife remarked Iron- Oide.fand. Large Bank in We.t Florida; .
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the factory building! for ni'y frleI to -
'" I Ilegitimate i claim to be considered .OIZCJBrTIZaIvri,:: r :1.0. aeeo. ,
ically
<:'C. rtginal of the"family'of languages/ ; come down when I noticed a ama boy : 1 ,
"Duchess enchanted to make
" Ing .to tb Vpibero; us Latin for I sitting In one corner of the balNbbld- .acqualnt8neel"Wh.r., your Capital Half Million.. ollars. '
fjtauce, standard-Italian; and i French.sn : ,lng" a largo thick sandwich. Honeyed .
origin*! 'primitive! lanjmnge of I sandwich' IbTlngly for a long-time, Women Swim Beat."The. Surplus and Undivided Profit, s9iOOOOO. ', ;:
dud the moet patient research' then he carefully lifted oft the top H l
Korean women are tbe best Interest Paid In '
Saving* Department at Rate of 4 per cent per Anoum. .
'und no trace.All of them-Asoentelanjftnebrew slice of bread took ont 1} piece of dill 'swimmers In the world. said a life ;:.
, ) : Arabic pickle, ate It and ;Replaced all aa before "The is '
? : ; guard. Korean pearl diving In The First Notional Bonk .
I ker Inngpngesllpolntlng back 'to : --In a few seconds he again re- their hands. They' swim-they don't ,
lee parenC,|abgaage. which baa mored. the top pieceextracted a piece boat-they swim out to the pearl fisheries OP' PBN8A.GOL.A. .,
'. of pickle,and a piece of meat and replaced
eaicdipjJSLce the historical of Quelpartclugging baskets with W. K.'BYR..IR..President.. W.$.KBYBBR. Vlce-Pres
man baa dolt.ctP1.Ule In. the wily the top. "Again and again ,the them. After this swim of half an hour W.J. FORBES. Cashier. THOH. W.BKicirr.' Aut.Cashier. W.N. ROBERTS. Asm Co bhr'
performance until ail Dlrellora-F.C.Brent W. A. Blonnt. W.a Wm. H.Knowlea W.X.H'er.J
the
absolute" creti of language: was repeated they dive down fifty feet and fetch up W,J.Forbes. Kuowle Hyer Keyser., Thoe.W.Brent. .
Irk had' already been ,accom- pickle and almost ail" the 'meat were queer one shelled pearl oysters as big :
ages-before? er birth .of writAmerican.. gone, the sandwich. however, appear- as babies. 'They dive till their basketsare "

rlptlons--, ..:!TewYork! : ing Intact aa in the beginning. full-tbe baskets are, corked to -'

.. t.I... "Why don't you eat up your'sand keep them ''afloat--and after three or High-Class Saw Mill -
AI! t;}"," Wn'. wich and' .not'pick at"ititnthat'wayT'I four hours' work they swim back MachineryWe
lung man an llhis sweetheart asked the boy with some curiosity. home with their catch. The big .one
Ivalklng lijggthfflg:' through lanes "W.hy.: be answered, looking up shelled oysters are valuable as pearl A carry at our warehouse, .23''

Itls. :/'Ii with great Innocence, "It ain't my mines and as food too. :A half dozen Ocean St., a large stock of Portable .
yoang'iruktyVtras:'' rather of a Ban'dwichVoman's, Home Companion. Koreans will sit'down to an oyster as and Stationary Engines; Locomotive

I nature"'antijhad been payingon .. _.- gayly as yon or I sit down to a broiled and Horizontal Return Flue
to thlsff ttXije young womanconsldenibleJjUuie lobster. Sometimes when the great t Boilers Planers
Tree. That ; Saw-Mills Edg-
Explode.All
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without hav- shellfish Is eaten raw It and
I quivers '
lightning blasted treeaezplode'as'overcharged ers, Saw, Belting and Mill Supplies
plucked "np*couroge tp"'put the all moans slightly as the knife la plunged
rtant questlou P oiIers,'do. The name ,of Into Philadelphia Bulletin. /t. ,y ; also engine and saw-mill sup .

I tills particular night, however the lightning does not burn them up, '. plies. Prospective purchasers will
mustered 'sufficient, pluck to ask nor does the electric flash split them I Th. Man and the Lion; mm_ find it' to their interest to get our

low! she tb0'1gb! '.he'was progress- Ilka aa ax; They simply' explode, overcharged "When I was once In danger from a prices before buying.. A postal will bring our salesman1., Write for .illustrated -
# : At the 'same as may be .a boiler with lion said catalog .
with blli'-w>qr g an old African explorer,. 1 Malsby Machinery Co.
The is conducted Into
steuui. lightning
his arn-' her waist tried sitting down and'staring at him,
stolelround tbe damp InterstIces'of the and 22 Ocean St. Jackson-vil'le, Plorldd.Lonll .
tXnnir
{ 'ell, Jacr(, { girl quietly, a. I had no weapons." ,
into the hollows the barl1tstremendous : Dlatance Telephone No. B7.4iI
Ink you Are. : bottling your own atat" uiujw' "How did It work?" asked his com. .
beat'ace turns all the
moisture In thoafamped: d spaces Into panion.
"Perfectly. The lion didn't even of-
steum. This <>am In Its Immediate fer to .' -
+ touch me. ,
explosion blows the tree asunder. "Strange How do account for
you
illiaBloun1, Philadelphia Bulletin.. :
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I K : "Well sometimes I've thought it was I GROW BIGGER CROPS.There :

OF::FENSACOLA, because I sat down'on a. branch of,avery
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School at Home. tall tree."
i 8vs1YSA A '
Cattclltldte Pot-
1 Let the Carver School teach you by PUaeure. ; i
mail is not a cotton farmer in this sec-
United States the Art of Photography. Some men move .through life as a .

Wt& If you are seeking a profession that band of music moves down the street tion who cannot increase his profit per acre +

[ ( Sewatot is not overcrowded and-one that is re flinging/ out pleasure on every aide
.. munerative,, respectable and 'pleasant through 'the air to every one, far and on cotton fron $15 to $25 per acre if he goes ,

near that can listen.-Henry Ward about it in the right'way. Read the following
you are advised to take up photogta"phyLet :

the Carver School teach Beecher. From the reu'Bulletin No. 85, Florida Experimental' Station. __,

ii. you. ., a Experiments conducted by the Florida Agricultural experiment I; '

dY If you are an amateur photographerand Station as published in-Pres Bulletin No 85, shows that 400 poundsof

'wish"to make better pictures' a Wood's Seeds fertilizer per acre produced an increased yield of seed cotton over an'
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lower'' cost or wish to become a ""pro- unfertilized plat valued at $20.40 and that 600 pounds fertilizer under S

fesalonal-Let'the Carver School teach' same conditions produced an Increased yield valued at $29.40 .

you.- For Thefarm Figuring the 400 pounds of Fertilizer as coating$5.50 there was a

w{ r If you are a professional and wishto profit of $14.90 per acre or over 270 per cent.

",. produce work that will be' a pleasure : tmiJ Garden Figuring the 600 pounds of Fertilizer as.costing $8.25 there "was a

to your customers and 'U" creditto profit of $21.15 or over 256 per cent.
have established reputation
an
you-- Het the ..Carver School teach being From the above the Department draws the following conclusions:
extending overthirty year.
and used extensivelyby "The facts so Ur seem to Indicate that there Is oroflt In applying: 400
tV you.The Practical planted to Gu' pounds. per acre of a complete fertilizer on poor grade plna land; That
Carver. School.of Photography the best Farmer and Garden the practice, which la quite prevalent muting 1 to 200 pounds per acre
offers twenty cemplete;' pr.atltal'andlne.lpenslve throughout the Middle and of a poorly balanced tertlilzer-<*uch as Cotton; bead: Meal or Kalnlt) U unprofitable
seems even morn clearly Indicated. There teems good reason for believing
: courses. coverng Southern. States.Wood's that the man who baa been using 100 to 200 pound of Cotton seed .
all branches.,of photographic work.' Meal or Kalnlt per acre on cotton may Increase his yield to a p roll!table extent t
Write now for full Information, ''It" is New 'for 1911 will by,applying Instead 200 to 400 pounds or more. of. a complete fertilizer,! *'

free'and places?yotfunder no obligaotiotis Seed Catalog help you to

> Address ,determine as V e MoroArmour's '
to what crops and seeds to plant .

,_ THe Carver. ScHool of for success and profit. Our publications Complete Animal Fertilizers

; ; practlcnl: Piotoaraphy.lock have long been noted ,J

'f1 ;!.tWhO is'un inrouhis 'Box f04' Waterloo Iowa. for the full and complete information A. R. Wells Sales Agent. S .
which they give. "
meifjt and
sand against Riper
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FactioaatPoIittCBThe } Catalog 'mailed free on ttOC30.i100111
|, ... A. G. 1\\\ I Write it.
Qua g request.,, for '
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'-,/tnan who is- running :. r Armour Fertilizer W orlsJACKSONVILLE : .

lgainst't3Perpetiuation* of1 the :- Notary" ..Public T. W. WOOD & SONS .

United IfSftatea Senatorabip inv Seeditnen,. Richmond. Va. I FLA. "

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The Christian' Symphony.To They All Demand It.
How Old People
do right at all times regardless -
Chipiey, Like Every City and
of temptation and opposition

May Prolong ; to stand for truth and jus Town it the Union,

tice, and to face the contumelyof Receives It. TWICE.AWEEKTIMESUNIOF
Their LivesAt People with kidney ills want to be THE
the world with as much serene -
cured. When one suffers the torturesof

advanced age the organs act complacency, firmness and an aching back, relief ..is eagerly

more slowly than in youth. Circu- steadfastness as that with which Boijgbt for. There are many remedies

lation becomes poor, blood thin and the rock of Gibraltar withstands today that relieve but do not cure.

watery, appetite fitful and digestion the surging billows of the mad Here is evidence to prove that Doan's '
weak. This condition cure and the cure is last
leaves Kidney Pills ,
ANNtRL
and mighty Atlantic; to do eaclday's
the system open to disease such as inK. AND THE B _,
Coughs, Colds, Grippe, Pneumonia duty as fully and freely as Mrs. J. C. Vickery -Mat-lamia,

Rheumatism if it were his last to speak with "Three I was
etc. ; Fla, says: years ago 1.50

VINOL is the greatest health gentleness; lo think wisely and so bad off as,the result of kidney trou- BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ,$

creator and body builder we know purely and truly; to. act_ with ble that I gave up all hope of ever getting -

'of- for old people, as it supplies prudence and kindness, and uprightness : any better. I had severe headaches
: and was often dizzy, in fact
the very
build very wasting elements tissue needed and replace to re- ] ; to listen to the sighing one day I fell to, the floor. My back THE 'TWICE-A-WEEK TIMES-UNION is the'Tu .
weakness with strength. breeze and the whispering ached constantly and at times the pain Thursday issues of the D.iily TimesUnionend.,

leaves with as much true sihcer- was so severe that I could not lie in \
limns is TBB moo tains all the 'features. that go to make a first
'' many
and
A.,..e"recorded In Albany N.Y. of ity and unalloyed integrity as if bed.I had apoor appetite 'my
woman who felt aha wa. reaklmg body became bloated. I used remedy' ,. 'tnatropdlitah newspaper and many! special Ie
down-by age and wae doomed to the they were oracles of wisdom; to
weak and feeble condition of old pooplo. after remedy and had a doctor treatme
She bad and the. : pilgrim with smile which are found in no other .newspaper.ADDED .
tired 110 strength her, bat VINOL.llebMa'en'on made ker ex greet every a for several months but in spite of r .

p well and strong, and the tat_ that aav. of peaceful serenity and of pleasant i all. I grew worse. Finally Doan'' ,
feel ten yekrs.younger than he did before
taking VOL.e joy; to discover the good and Kidney Pills were recommended to me;: FEATURESThese

We ask every aged person in true where is the wont of,man- and I procured a box. The result ot

this neighborhood try a bottle kind to observe only the base and their use was most gratifying. The t j issues contain the very latest marcet
of VINOL with the understandingthat swelling Disappeared and the pains' rtj

we will return'their money if it hrnoble'tO'meLtion; only the-good lost their severity. I procured ,another { and a department'devoted to Horticulture, Agrio

does not prove beneficial.S. about the weakness of human box of this remedy and after I had Etc. -

frailty,and,to inter its faults in finished the contents I was free from Poultry,
E. McGeacby, Druggist,
t Chipley, Fla. the dark cavern of oblivion; to kidney complaint.' ; A SAMPLE COpy the paper will be,sent to J _

...- .- observe the marvelous beautiesof For sale by all dealers. Price 50 1 onfeqtiatft tothe publishers.THIS&APER .

nature in the material uni- .cents. Foster-Milburn Co.: ,. Buffalo: I ','
Is Your For Sale?
Property verse, and by contemplating New York, sole agents for the United is the, leading weekly .n8W1p1

The Chipiey Board of Trades thereon, to'approa b' nearer and States.Remember the name. Doan's-and of "thi section and should be a regular visitor;

receiving many inquiries for nearer to the knowledge of the take no'other. home.

homes, farms, stock lands, etc. truth which Jesus Christ, our
If you have such property for ----- THE SUNDAY TIMES UNION c1 dtnl

sale or rent, in the county, or in Sovereign Savior, came into the, '
will.be. mailed. "
illustrated Magazine to
or near Chipiey, and will give us world to reveal. In a word, to Dropped the SubJ.ct."Five : Sunday *: y.i
thousand dollars for a dog!" drew for $L50 Per ".
a full description of it, we will live as near to the model, of the year.
he exclaimed ,as be looked,up ,from
undertake to help you find a buy r ode perfect Man Of love -as it is
Please state size location am his newspaper. "Do you believe any r IF YOU WISH this paper, 'The 'r\1riee-.W
possible to live in a sincursedworld one everjmld any such price Mafia r -
distance from town; amount in Timea-Union -and The Sunday TimesUnioneach-
and doing to cause "I'm sure I don't know,i James xli*
by so ,
cultivation and timber; number returned without stopping her, H4lework add $1.50 to the above and send remittan'
oneyear,
-- and condition of buildings; water men to prostrate themselves at even for a moment. "Does the ,

supply, fruit, stock, etc., naming thefodt ''6f the cross, that they paper say that much was paid?" today,.-or:'if,:you would prefer'the.Sunday; !Z'irnes.

tbe lowest.price terms and may obtain remission of sins, "Yes. There's an article on valuable instead of thet ce-a-'Week, add 50o toprioM"abo.,.,]
,mail or send in ,to dogs,, and It speaks of one that was
thus ushering+ the millennial
THE BOARD sold for $5.000. I don't believe." '
TRADE
OF t
I dawn of peace and good-will to "It may be true. James," she said
SEND YOUR 'ORDER TODAY TO
Cbipley- Fla., poor, suffering, struggling, fallen quietly. "Some of these well bred nnl
male bring fancy prices and there's:no '

/,./ 6L.CnICtAWt.d Isa niftffaxlne for MMCHArtTl alLam.laut.Letrlcl7 ,jj I humanityThis should-be the Christian's particular lie about It.reason" why the paper should Ghipley! 'canner, Chipiey, Fiorij

I / ,the Icomlngsctence.andhowtol symphony. "I knew that Maria. But Just think T,4-- '.- -,
of It-just tryto grasp the ,magnitudeof I
us.tools. Simple prmc-1 .... .
AND J Meal,full of pictures.*Sam-1 ;.... -, that sum In your weak feminine .......HI...
4 ]pie copy Are*If you..mv. I Hare a weak throat; Uso mlniJ'You!' don't seem "to realize It.
lI &! thl.i paper ft 00 a yea* you you can
jJ Ram D.On Pub. Co.*| tot bf too careful., You cannot begin Five thousand dollars for a dogl! Why
6 Deacon St..Boston,Matt.Photoarapliy treatment too early. Kaon cold makes you bang'it. Maria, that's" more than- I'm ,Botanic [Do' '..

}, IntereaUeverybody. more liable to another and the last !. 'always worth!" ,
AM- the harder to cure. If you will take '"I know It, James, but some are You '.* '

PXO Beautlfitl pictures,.4 Cbm"'a1D'Cough Uemedy at the outset worth more than others."* Blood Balm

ly price contests, you will be saved mush trouble bold She went calmly on with her sewing,

criticism. ,Sample questions copy answered. Ire* oy City *burl Co. and 8, E. McGeaoby. .while he fumed and sputtered for amoment'and (B.IB. [B.)Cures Through the Blood Take t
If you mention this paper. nPHOTOS then dropped the subject, I(! I

e Amtrloan Beacon St.Photography Botton. Man "II r t' especially the weak' feminine meld, Blood POison"I I I '
part of It. '
Misjudged. THE
,BONE 'PAINS, (AN.CESSCALTS6IN 'BllVNEE

A young'woman rushed qp to Rarely Disturbed. "

A Word. With 'You, young man on Superior avenue Two spiders who dwelt lu different If not
parts ot a church chanced to meet to. PIMPLES, :
the other day and shook hands
gether In the aisle one day when out '
MR. MERCHANT.You with him cordially. I have a confession for a constitutionaL Rheumatism, Eczema Why not?

to make to you' ; she gurgled. "How are you getting on?" said spl: Itching Humors.t .

cannot look about you 'You'won't believe it der No. 1 to spider No. 2. .B.'B. (Botmnk Blood Balm) to th.only Blood
I butI "Oh, moderately!" was the reply. "Idon't remedy that kUla the mIn the blood and then We will send TRIG BANSXB! : ]ptII
on the streets without seeing purifies It-Medina a flood of rick blood direst '
always thought you drank. feel very comfortable on Sundays to the akin ur'ace. Bone pore Joint., and wherever to any add real, for$1 pel year;GOo
people who have money' The'young man fingered for- a i live in tb* pulpit ender the the dlaeaw U located. In this war all Sore month, ; 25o.for tbree month.
Ulcer. .
Pimple healed
Eruption rre and cured
'in their pockets which ought j clove'and tried'not to blush.Addnow'she cushion, and on that day the parson pain and ac te.. of Rbeumatlam ceaue, 1ItnI1lnpeabelde. .d
It,B.completely chu.the
comes and bangs the book and sends blood
to be in your cash drawer, Into clean healthy condition, giving the akin the -
pursued, I find his fists on the side and I have to rich,red hue of perfect health. B.B.B.cure the OrCEe
or to your credit in the bank that are actually keep very close or else some day I wont Did cam. Try it.
you a temperance -
BOTANIC BLOOD BALM (B.B.B.) U ptoaunt and will send TH.ntxa.M '
You cannot look about you 'worker. Now I think he'll. hit me. lie bangs ''witb- ale to take;composed pure Botanic Ingredients New Yrok
see you such a force that I know he'll squash tpurlflee and enriches the blood. B.B.B.atren- Tbrloe-a.Week"Worl4, oils
in your store or shop without are' trying be modest and deny athen the nerve and builds up the broken down lor$LSD
: to
II me a Jelly. ayatnm. Dauooiar. $1 Pall Luna Bora.
seeing goods that these "Oh with direction(or hams cure. > iSAiiri.B
it, but you can never fool me you come and live with me! Scirr Pass by writingto- --
I
same people should own- again. I overheard brother said his companion "I'm never trou- BALM C : my' bled. I'm always comfortable and never samples vivo name of Tout trouble if YOU know. 0We
should now be using.
sayidg, inliis slangy way, that disturbed from one year's end to the
....,., .. will send Taa 'BAAHtnt' sad '
; I
: other. I KMOO* OOOOO9OOOOOOOOOOOOOO
you'were a great booze-fighter! Atlanta
Weekly Journal one $L
1 rot
,
These facts "Indeed Id, other I > year
hold good : en the spider.
Oh, tie was Sn earnest. Why, be When you want
. "And where do lve7'
S even if you have been doing 'said that,you;;:'!a.d punished more "Oh. I live In you the poor box I" was the JOB PRINTING Or

a good business lately, of the stuff than other ten reply.-Pearson's AVeekly. dAd
any
... ._. ,
the -- ---- -- ---
r ; They are sort of facts :' men in Cleveland. I'm proud to An Ancient 8up.r tltforu U you want all three paper -'TBAMNBK -,

wbich make store-keeping know you; will you ever pardonme It is-a historical fact'that a cock OA00 _. The New TorkWdfWrT *t

the; most interesting in the for misjudging you? was publicly burned at Basel In August / looaooooooq laatu Journal+we will make the extrewj

:' world-the most tantalizing' She was gone before begot 1474 for, the dlabollcatcrime, of, vertise inTIIE'BANNER y per low. price of only M8 for tbe tare
through choking. laying an egg, the'egg being Also burn-
one, too. ed lest It should produce a cockatriceor Today ie the acceptable tunetoeuk.

--- .. fiery flying serpent "On the Tburs-', For best results. !
Do you realize that you Tolstoi's Last'Words. day before Lawrence's, day," writes. TilE mm
fw can reach these people ev-' 3roas lu his'"Jurtze'Basler fironlk.. ODa.aeaaooeaooeD <,
' cry'week Before be passed from earth, 'they burned a cock on the Kolenberg. ,

, !the'great Tolstoi left this 'farewell together with 'an egg which he had
' If you'place an adv. laid, tor they'' feared that a dragon 'WE DOPILL
to the
world
in The message : might be hatched therefrom. Th Banner.It's
tic Instead of returning evil with ecu tlonei? cut open the cock and found INVENTORS

worth trying. evil try to return evil with good three more eggs in him'for. aa Vlccntlus p LETTERHEADS to
; sixth In' the sixth book of his write 1br oar GOD d Ualletier bafbn'p
to' nothing ill of plying for Jlatent[it JUa.7 be worth mo. f'
say 'men; to act 'Speculum Naturale hath always HEADS R We promptly obtain U.8.sad Pttrelga

1I kindly even with the ox and dog. been held that a .cock ,In ,bls/'old age NOTE ENVELOPESBUSINESS

Live thus one day, two days or may lay an egg. whence arlseth a I PATENTS
mslllsk If it be hatched out'on a-dunjf HEADS a..4 TRADE MARKft or .tnra ':
more and compare the state of heap by the) serpent called coluber I or TI R boto E at1 and model
STATEMENTS.CIRCULARS' W. gDIATL
fSCR/1IY9T ,.TLO your mind,:with its state in former Wherefore the basilisk Is' half cock N CARDS the P'REE-. report on paten;. We glCharge.

)'s. Make the attempt and half serpent He salth' also that PAMPHLETSCOMMISSARY .are mode e, TTrdy aa"adyoei.... _
-
certain persons declare, they have seen T
and you-will see bow the dark, I laslllska hatched from such eggs.-" MILL SWIFT & CO.,

Seed evil modes: have passed away and I CoralIll Magazine. CHECKS I CHEO Pafenr'LMWyd.. ,
Perry.
beet known and saBBar how the soul's happiness has Opp.U.SP.t.t DftlCej'W8JtI..1J.C; ,
In-
the moat reliable seeds grown. RECEIPT DRAFTSVISITING
Every package ha*behind reputation creased. Make the N
of a house whose bualneM ataD4u'diil af.the attempt and Chamberlain' Remedy never dle- WEDDING

I bigheat r. ..In f e.e the-trade.rrr A..eel. wffl ba rbu'will ate that the gospel of appoint.those wtiotiee I ;tt far obstinate IJSIVITATIONS CARDS J. J

|BTTlni'a all appllcknta.,and laUdpt1 It eontaln*eoUrvd 5J'11It. love brings not merely profitable ougba, cold and irritations of tbe throat G : I D ONES
OTOT lira: nuftaUM rfVe a_bU *.3 and lungs. It stands unrivaled'as a renteIjr -
plNeoeda InTaluabU..all. eVaadfer... words, but the greatest and most '
'
d for all throat and lung dlllea...: Sold -Fe R ER.v Xtt rn.7.At.L. .
M.FERRY* CO., .
Detroit MtahA desired of all things. ,
..._ by City Drug Co. and 8. E. McGeachy. :
tUJPLEY. 'l"LJ
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Nem n Thap-; We refad! in Itoly Writ of one oi I : ._ :

the deform ot they the prophets who in his despair .< Jr'p. ;.- ".

pPWty.MiQOS: they went day's journey into' the

pequjvocajWor\ a 'fevis. wilderness and laid himself dbwn A .

tariff" wfflrout, saying udder a juniper tree and prayed IT1ft ,, JOB \ .

", ,.f'' 'rsuch revwould| be Now, 0 Lord, take away my life, .... s
'
own This vords were for I am not better than my "l r

e the old;; egro's coon fathers.: Let us rather;; .rej oicb r .- 0 .

;atch the'" 0 Tera "a-com- that standing by the institutions )

' 11 agoip:'''>: ?hey wereelephant which have for more thana I : : ,

I": "''" Jpon the G., century made us the most"law-] PRINTI.N'G'Creates

'two tails j\2!, the actualat abiding people of the eatth, )\tbat t.... ; ; '

which n e little boy we are walking in the footstepsof ,. tfeCD

I edidnot lift [because he Our fathers when we maintainin t j .

lot tell whir ay tbe ele- letter and spirit that 'divisionof ... a flood impression a'

I was going/ [move. The I the great functions of govern* 4 '" .

U panaofftbKr: middle west went which the men of Massachusetts &) _, I among"f. correspondents i "', -' w

fwtly thought? that when and the,men of Virgin and .helps 8
did' It ia and the men of Maryland declared '
I'phint move would : -
with to give your ttdsiness (
l!Bathe inteae'sts of Montesquien to' be
the
peo- 01CD .
......
the best security for a government -
'whiiaKhe prestige.
republi-
0 g,
New England evidently of laws and the only sale- rr ,

tat when'.it did move, it guard against a return to a 'government : S

move in thelRnterests of of men.-Justice Lur-
ton of the United States .
Supreme
Ipitalists and 0 fi i i the indus Court in. the North 'American .We Do Neat
oftheir states, as against Review. Printing I:
: 'jj: '" -'
prests of the mapy. t_
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At
president: called the tariff P'rJ- Reasonable Prices. ;
.
[tot e t ever ?naled J\\ >, Sena-: The Crab In the Whale's. Eva ..

nstow, of Kansas, at the When the whales were still frequent .. \
chautaugira4ugust 16 along the lines of iiuftsengpr' travel & ,
.
[stated that..i\ie duties fixed"recent across the -Atlantic nothing wap wore '0 ,," ..' ''.-. .
common than to !nee the great beasts '
'
t, -tariff 'were not hurling their .bulk clean out of the =r rr .Give, s'your next order '
"to'' waves and after a flight through' the .
: ( cootrjibut to the wel-
air falling back into 4he' nee with an (t) and we,. will give Vou perfect
Jjf the American;: people, but enormous splaeb u apec-tarfe never '
tithe] pockets"a. "' ,greed, re- falling of Interest to the ocean tourist, .tt>' : satisfaction, thus
'
finanetal|speculators. but not due to any sportVA disposition Cj ,
jifless '
"
on the part of the leviathan of the making you one of our
;etIVo
eminenj
; republicans deep-quite the contrary. The breachIng '
Ijtodiffer aUttIe. Judging 'of the whale Is no fun! for the _o"I regular customers. :

['the recent action: { of the re- beast. it Is a frantic effort to, rid ", .
A- himself of the torture of earache. .
... ''t
|&ans in lowajand in Kansas .
There is a marine crustacean which j" ,: I \, 0i : ,
.
:seems to'beohme doubt in pesters whales to the verge of endur- ''

uinds as .;tojwf\ether; the ance, and there seems reason to ..believe ".: -
that some whales have been'drlv.! \i .
"best" eboitld" ,_, be. pronoun-or' en Insane by these tiny parasites. It ..., o :',': ;,. ", ". J,.TH'E; :.: :. : 0 :
"b!>--s-t" or i v -o-r-s-t." Is a crab' of about the size of that ... I. ,. ", 1"
!& which la found In the oyster. Wben ,../. ,
It lodges on the whale It Infests the
.opinion! la, that the
repub- Inner surface of the eyelids and the CHIPLEY .BANNER,
party.livedjm. i 'jto. its.. plat- ear. By swift rashes on. the surface! ;

peciaUY nu t he,tariff, beLbe tbe whale Is able to clear Its eyes but. VwI--3 \ .
the crab In the 'Inner ear cannot be -
) tariff was unequivocaliid. dislodged by any such means. -
tt F1a.
\ iFyii&t err" past bis- Chipley,

lone had, alight: to expect o A Disappointing Witness. .... :: '\ I'0 .
exclKn Deacon Stephen Potter, one of the Ifi
b.ision< uneq .,v- pioneers of IJtlca. ,N. Y., 'was a man
_
*X : -X*
(sion Upwa r Governors : of great eccentricity but, high moral ft) 7 .
.
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character.. 1'' I
Florida "The deacon will 0
1;:. of : fn the Jan- speak the I
.___ truth and shame the devil. was often '
,,.,!umbian,.; ,,,' said of him. uO ..........................

___ On one occasion a friend was en-
aWRETCJ11CDM1AKB: : gaged Jn a lawsuit In regard to some DO YOU KNOW
i
I f the ltchJug,}; pY painful/ distress of land at few miles from Dtlca. He held
1 'I ere |II no seed to YfM8ten! ) 1 suf- the land at a high price.> During the
>eb from,, ,tteer riteswill A, trial he called Deacon Potter as a wit. That now 'U the. time to build that,home or business house .
|tiltBller'try, t.tin got a boxlIeu' ness to prove hQW valuable the land ? you have been considering The present'business depression
to has reduced the price of lumber and building materials labor
was. The deacon and ;
HaJveTJand! was sworn
[ was'
: +rniog soon la cheap and plentiful, and can build now for 25 to 50'per .
thW you .
asked If he knew land."Yes.
tfurDS'bottsr 1uJcors; : fever wires, .. cent less than in
f i,cuts.ba. pJlea1b.nc.hr; : ,. chilblains, ." he replied "1 know every foot : e
"""r\VHf .."' ...... of If" r" : JUNE 1907 OR JUNE .190$
"What do you think It worth. Mr. yi ___ : .
( e
Potter? was tbe next question.
o Wben Think of lumber oribuUdlng materlal,'think of b.
The old you
man paused a moment and ..
)His J'J and the Tact that we have completed a modern up-to-date mill-
then said slowly "If I
bad. as many work mill, and can furnish everything made of wood used In e
is story of fonybld'> > Virginia.preacjierg dollars--as my yoke of oJeocoul12draw : : a building, from.sills to comb, and that,we can >.,( ..
on a sled,-on glaze Ice-I vow- -
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:her'biy: W iltee"-VVilllams.1 ,1, would not giveq-a dollar an acre for 01j DO IT QUICK. G
,' CD
a a la good. old Itl"-Youth's Companion..
.
I 'Sash Mouldings Ftiunld Bank ,
In .
Physician Japan. -
loll! aq: .Q llant.seryice Medical students In Japan'mnst bar t-o I Door a' Casings Flooring Drug, :
.Master's vcause, but like Blinds Base Ceiling Store
bad eleven or twelve years of preliminary Frames Finish Siding Fixtures.:
y yotherB"tlf" i. .. age;, hg'''''had training in the lower schools.-No .tt, -
Cheerful'ly
Estimates furnished.. Ff igbt to sta- 2
education one may practice tnediclnS who has paid your .
v a rudimentary tion if desired. '
been convicted of a crime. All physicians *
.nd his knowledge ot charactersH for the first ten years "during .' .... '.' "

9it; confined, almost i' i \ exclusivelyotboseof which they follow 'their calling must ft : MAJUANNA, MANUFACTURING CO., :
.
the;bifile and his own keep full written records of all their -1/ $
cases, and they must not Issue boast 00. MARI NNA. FLA.
r lative state Virginia., His ideal ful advertisements or claim the.exclu .' .

ype: of manboodj; was: a Met o- sire, right to any healing' Invention : LOr-ta DlfSTANCB .PHONBThe lIa. :

list born in V,!ginia. After de- with secret----i--formula.-..-.. -- : ..........................

:jiliuff .the!, many deprivations The Beet Proof.

|JIId hardships) O1Paul, he sum- Little Ted.,, seven years' old!, ,was sent = New York World DR. R. E. TILLER
,
wed him ap J.3d$his little perqrdItioo to the bathroom for a "good scrub" before -
dinner, but .returned so Thrice-a week Eedltiod.- :
quicklythat DENTAL: SURGEON,
Paul physician be
: yvaBj'a:: ; his'mother 'declared be couldn't :0---"

Was!! a Bcholarrbe'was.a martyr: ; possibly have washed himself. iHe; re ,, = The Tbrle -. week World hopes to be Chipley. Florida..
ie was great; be|was grand;' he plied. "Truly 1 did mother, and If yon In 1908 a better paper than It has ever
I magnificent be he don't believe. It you caD just: go to the been before and It has made'Its arrangements Office over FltltlNat'l Bank.
was was ,
Was! ; bathroom and look "
at tbe towel. -Delineator.
accordingly. Its news service COY
('D
l was, brethren and sisters-- >
be ers the entire globe, and It reports everything
COOK' McRAE
IK was a regular. old Virginia -r tj fully promptly and accurately. It 4Sc ,
p UomeleCighPerhaps. \\f la the only paper mot. a dally, which la as JiHorne7 at ,Law.
[
-I':. Miss you won'tbelieve .0 wood as a dally, and which wjJJ keep "yon
,
.. .. It, buta, strange! ; mau-trtedto as completely Informed of what-'Is bappenlnff -* -rotnca "8 .1& ......... ...11.
:; %fKA kiss roe once: Miss Cutting-Really! throughout tbe world. -
Well.. ,he'd hare been a strange man Uhe'd : ... Careful att.atba.h_ all
CflvertoiW W taws",'Not of Metf.: .0 TbeThrlce-a week World Is fair In .Its ..
ji AT car* CoOectlon .adA.Uonpcmelbl.
,. tried to kiss twice. Illustrated
;you: political reports. Yoja can get the truth .

.I The forces 'which from ojb Polite .Bits. ,. ...:. _, .' from Its columns, whether yon are a Republican ..uraDCeCDapOld --. tl
endeavoring to or Democrat, and that Is what
poles are ,, tIAYAT I DEATH'S DOOB.;, yon want.A .
I break dowtf the restraints which The door of deal seemed ready to opeo .id ape:>>ta. feature of the Thrice-a-week

j safeguard nsTagainst the despot- for Murray W.vers", of Transit: Bridge, World has always been Its aerial fictionltpubliahee
J of-Ai uncontrollable lea N, Y,, wben his life was wonderfully say, W novels by the best anthers |In
;power: !: ed. I/ was. In a ureadiut condition, ,be the world novel,which Ib book form sell
| iilati\re\ or executive, power are writes, my akin was almost yellow eye* aQ. for '1.110 apiece, and Its high .standard r' '
'I,rot t the progressive. but the ret sunken; tonicue coated; emaciated from* r .. this respect will be-maintained| ih "v c "
.
'; losing 40 pounds, growing weaker dally In the
of 'our are as past.
:rofressive 1eD1ent peo-
Vlrnient liver trouble pullini'me down to' The Tbrice-a-week Worl,
j'ple 'rbe igbtieBt"' adyancainst C deatbJo spite 'doctors.. Than tha|matobleas' subscription price Is only t.x, J ;, r',
despotia"nfwas: mad O I medicine.'fileotrto BUtera!-eured me and this:pays for 156thU .
1 regained the 40 pounds lost and now am
; devised unequalled neer
..and ,
i'when ourJfatbe.rB; I strong and'Well.: For ''all stomach, liver together for o;
iotdVperaiiOri: 'a,, aovtrnmenbciaw t I and kidney troubles;they are supreme, CJo '. regular sub'
,
-fora: ivernment of men J at 8.: E. MoUeaob;. pars Is S3.i
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gpA ] Personal. IT'I' The latest May return Be Blonnt up to the ] Town Topics. IT J


I'I .,,, time of going to press is that W HINTS TO FARMERS
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R. F. Scarlett visitelS) :Vernon A. Blount will be the nominee for Cheer' up; the days -are growing R

If he is not nomi longer. Spring will soon be v
:;.'' Tuesday, afternoon. i I U. S. Senator. 'I
hated in the first primary, tbe< here, '.. .
: I. O. Atlman was a business ,
;.1. second race dill doubtless be ii i The comfortable home of A. Now is the time that.yow realize -
here Friday. v
visitor
walkover.The north sixth streetis 'k' "
L. McNeill on
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season ,
I*. W. H. S:" Dorsey .of Atlanta, returns show at presen for rent.J. on your

r spent Sunday in town. -. that Mr. Blount has received as As you sell your cotton, grain, 1 rR
: D.
.t. Reddick, the R. FJ capriel'
.t": S. A. Hillman of Panama City, many votes as both bis opponents; on route No. 2, is ,now rid- stock or other produce place: ,
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: was in town Monday. combined. While Mr. Stockton motbrcicle.-'; '" account witha jO
ing a new money on open .,. ,
running necl your .
;: and Mr. Bryan are ,
J. D. Franklin of Dothan, war ; '
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News
neck According"tothe.Vernon ft'-
and for second place. reliable bank. ;
r .,:a visitor here Saturday. Here at Chipley Mr. Blount re the White 'Citizens party has -
bills] by check, t'l
w, ? Miss May Roberts is at Grace. ceived 131 votes to Mr. Stockton gone Into'voluntary disorganiza. ',., ., Pay all your 1iS

:"ville, the guest of friends.. 8, and Mr. Bryan 5. tion.Work: ,.. ',: ., which makes the best kind of;a ..

from Here's hoping Mr. Blount has s' ,the new water works avoid the worry and
Sessoms
W. A. was over on receipt, and ;........ ors
Bonifay and spent Monday. been nominated. / plant is pro.ressing"The. : workof danger attending the carrying! ; featc

y laying-'tbe mains will be completed "*
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Supervisor Warren, of DeFu / n"
of large. sums of money. '
this-week.l >
niak, spent a few. hours here Fri W. C. T. U. Program.! : : ?::"\t-i%,V .

day. The Florida State Baptist Association Our offices are always at.the);.
Following is the progran "will hold its annual con- v'KPkydisposal :
Judge I. A. Hutchison was of customers and:!
uj our
which was to have been rendered 'JDeLand "beginning .'i"J .j. f
vention in ,
from.Vernon and spent Satur- Mother's Day,'January 3rd *' r', ,t IeJ'
on January 24th and continuingthree country friends. *,,'.\,. q
day. but which on account of bad ...,.-.;;.

[ Prof. W.-T. Horne of Watsau, weather was postponed. The days'liEveryone'who-> -..

was in town a few hours Satur program will be given on Thursday '- have, .seen the Bank

day., the 19th, inst., at the home picture: shows ot I. O. Monteithat The First National it, toy,
the school auditorium this
of Mrs. A. D. Campbell- commencing -
D. D. Davis spent a day or two : :- \'
it'is the best that ever
at :30 o'clock and it is week,' say, OF CHIPLEY.
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at Panama City the first of the r1n
week. hoped every member of the W< come. to*town.,.,", ,-... -..."i -"toft

C. T. U. will b'e present. It is hardfor honest. people toappreciafe'styl'e

-.I. O. Monteith' was one of .the Hymn -How firm a foundation when, .the person .........1............................................1..11.11._ ....

traveling men to spend Sunday ; old time.. who is "spreading it on"js doings .

in town. Scripture reading..Deut. 1-7. at the expense of 'the grocer ." The Banner returns sincere John T. Britt came nearing ug

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W. E. Trottman of Jacksonville Prayer-Mrs..Cole man.. his dry goods merchant, his doctor ; thanks to the numerous friends a serious accident. M

was a business visitor here Solo-Mrs. W. O. Butler,'Jr editqr. or other creditor who have sent in '"best wishes"for night." He was .going eat uy..w

Monday. Duet-- wbose.overdue bills the'"spreader".continues a and happy new Railroad street in.his autos
prosperous
w'D.. C.-Earle of Lakeland; was Paper-How.to instill truthfulness .- !* to ignor"3-I". y ar._ '. .' at a lively clip,and failed to*oh

',;). shaking hands. with friends here la our cbildren.Mrs.W ; State -;-Superintendent, .. Hollo- an obstruction at the junct'i ttan,
J. Schell. 'r''% A Mr. May 'at a turpentine
Tuesday. -- way has recently called.attentionto 5th street where the ditch Uoierl
-" still West shot and
Hymn.. at Bay was
,''' Sterling Shipes, ot Vernon, Adjournment. the observation of Arbor'first 'Fri-Day'by instantly killed Monday by a ne- been dug to lay the water':''ri.ocwoaos .
The
tbe'sciools.
was business visitor, in town serioUJ
E a gro. Another man was also Fortunately no very :
,4. day )JQ February is the day'specified
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Saturday.D. wounded. We have been unableto age was done when he wed

L. Mashburn, of Bennett, J.A. Mcfieachy's lions Burned. ton county's, and.schoohWiII many;of, Washing observe hear any of the particulars. it. t
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was transacting. business town The handsome and comfortable it with appropriate ceremonies. oooO rlHBADQUARTI3RS .
Saturday. home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
When Worn and ,weary itseems'a
W H. Faulk was over from his McGeachy on south Sixth street. mile. l'
distance from
r still at Clarksville,.and spent the was destroyed by fire,Sunday_af long .
its' stone to milestone, ,bu!t.aI you
The
: week-end. ternoon. building and
:; m contents was a total loss. Fortunately look back over the, journey. they '
Ii' Attorney L D. McRae' and though Mr. McGeacby seem,wondrously close together; For Good Things to Ear

wife spent Sunday with relatives so do the years that seemed longas .
had $1500.00 insurance; on the f
1'1.":. at arianna. ,. house. seem they like a stretched'swift changing before pano-.us, ...... .............. .t'H'

:.- L. W. Johnson, of Wewahitchka The origin of the fire will nev- rama, as we look*' .
,:'.. was a visitor here Saturday er be known, as Mr. McGeachyand them.: "Vi,, Just Received: '

,t and Sunday. family were not at home at The young f& son of J.,-R. High- Raisins .ct.j.ti

W. O. Wells and wife was over the time'the fire was discovered, towerwbo.,.. has been. ....:carrying Prunes Fruit Cakes J
from Alford and spent Saturdayand they having' gone out visiting a the mail'between Chipley' and '
short while before. Currants Other ..Cake
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Vernon
Sunday.W. 'for: so me time, was ar-
The bouse of Mr. D., D. Davis, Citron.
D. Williams, representingthe rested. .Monday, charged with All kins of Nuts.
near by. the McGeachy home, Seeded Raisins.
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Pensacola Journal, was' in robbing. ..the. ,mail. Jtseema that
town Monday. was badly..scorched, but by he- be cut open one of the'.bags last

roic work, waVsaved, though the Friday...and extracted" registered Oysters Every Day.
Sheriff Hays Lewis, of Mari- contents of the house was badly lett .containing':' something
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.anna, was in town shaking hands damaged by being removed .in 'like $500."' "He was carried toVernon.

with friends.Monday. such a rush. thence to Bonifay where w. HARVEY
be was given a hearing before
H. H. Newton and wife of Ma- The home of Dr.,R. E. Tiller the U. S. Commissioner. ccceeecceeececcceec icecccccoccceccceor

rianna, spent a few hours here was also. in danger for a time,

Sunday night the guest of friends but by the judicious use ot water -

was not injured to any appreciable -
E.'A., Heaton, of Princeton, '
extent: ,
111., came in a few days ago and '
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will spend the balance of .the \ -V\.TE. SELL ..

,,- winter. The Banner is requested to
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that Key. F. C. Hawk "
_, D. A.'McLean, of the Wausau announce .

Lumber Co., at Wausau, came will preach at Orange Hill-church ,........,., ..-

home and spent Sunday with his Saturday and Sunday.<< You are ." :,

r? family Invited to hear'him.. Page Woven Wire Fence. : "t'
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r J. C. Sinclair,who is now loca- ',Some of our subscribers should '" "1!'>. Kentucky Delight'Stoves. r:.
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ted in the turpentine business In employ a "memory bill" to remind .I ; ,-avr'y: .. Francis Washington Ranges. ""hf.,:,:'::'!'

; Liberty county, was here a few them. of the expiration of YJiff,;;,,: ./". ;:

days the.first of the week ;their subscriptions. They are '"tf'l'1tf.! ... '. .. Rock Hill and Henderson-Hull Buggies. t J
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1 Attorney J. R. Wells,of Panama always telling us they"want to" 'Jo' '>I' ". Celebrated Columbus Wagons. 'i.: .,.
pay at such and such a time, butt >
k.: City'spent Tuesday night in
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;.. ,- town, going out'to Vernon Wed- escaped their memory. Do it .: '- 'i r '; G. Burns& Co's Harness. .;;-,.

:" ."nesday: morning to attend court. low?-today. *" .:i.i ,-,.-...' Standard. and Domestic Sewing Machines. 'r''.:: .

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p w' to town Mondayon business. the diviqe plan but that,.we .
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'" 1. B. F. & Sons
.... ''lein' is one of the prosper* were not meant to retrograde we Avery Farm Machinery all kinds.

a' ,1- I writl..L.......,.,..farmers. of this ran; accept as a fact. Let us ... (0. Knocker Fertilizer Distributors., :"

y take this to heart and see if we ," ,v., .. "
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a4wPuritan .
$CIl"TlV 0P1J1oover, In&, cannot make something .of our '..; .... Guaranteed Paint. -, .. r ,::,.'
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d toFear's some one thing in which they ex- : '
.-Jlt' ,. : ,Plaster Paris--the best f.:4; : :': ,
are the best seed.known-and .J, ,cel.: If, this coming year we .'., made. -, :< '
the most rellableseed. own.-" cultivate( our talent- bringing it .
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., ors house whore e!bush_.I'the rep s the OQ cre..,,greater state of usefulness I .t
highest In the tradeP..r7
.. .. you"wii. fcction. ourselves will ; -
tree fee Aa.wri will rag FHKB : we
&IJ YlJlII'.and app1)eanl.IoU Ifc de.orlptlon.AnntMlnM MAln,,,paoe_* -e*.pyth.o..r.dslr..4.. .. I love enabled, 'the world 1., : punn-Colemain] : Co.A.
p'anatl..oftr' : 1:100: n.rI". V.w. .. brings .
to?p pd fvft a&. I:-od we will help. to "

M."RRY"- ...-oa-. ,o.uott,. desired of all thiflkdivine.' : plan of ; 6. McQUAGGE, General Manager

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