The Chipley banner
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 Material Information
Title: The Chipley banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: C. Tharp & Co.
Place of Publication: Chipley Washington County Fla
Creation Date: January 19, 1911
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Chipley
Coordinates: 30.779167 x -85.539167 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024681
oclc - 33427638
notis - AFA6585
lccn - sn 95047263
System ID: UF00075891:00238
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Succeeded by: Washington County news (Chipley, Fla.)

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An interesting dispatch comes A comfortable 6-room house The international .court is a I
contract logging. Apply to C. '
from Washington, to the effect and large lot, located ori north step toward arbitration and that[
W. Hagerman, Vilas Liberty
INSURANCE that the democratic -leaders in 6th street, tor rent. For full in- is a step in. the right direction,
congresshave concluded that the formation, apply to but the longest step.will be taken county, Fla.

t 'j F:>B. CAP LAWAY, Ajfent.. sentiment in favor of ''taking the : appointment of committees from' should announce, its willingnessto at low prices at: the Miss-,

1. I am pleased to, tell the people of the'speaker "is too strong to 'be Farm Man Wanted. enter into agreements with Richardson's., ---
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,chased the insurance business of Buell diplomatic We sell it all the time-Hard
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.' arjrepresentonly the very best com'panics entirely too strong to' be ignoredand mules, good land good tools and settlement shall be submittedto tribunal Co., The Hardware Store.
: =-those; time tried and fire test- they should'not want to ig. good supplies. Three miles an impartial international

: ..cd,v ,If you. are not.insured, I would be nore. It is no reflection the south of Bonifay. for investigation-and; report -
glad to write.you a policy. speaker to be elected to take this BBNJ. PIPPIN, 'before any declaration of DR. T. G..TATES, .

.3-4Th., value of: insurance cannot be power from him-it is a favor to Bonifay, Pla. war or comencement of bostHi-. TWENTY YEARS'
Ask a man who a policy With
rated. him. It will not give Mr. .. ties.
,.'If h will sell':ltl! 'The' savings ot a I EXPERIENCE as an .
o life-time,may; be wlpel, ,out in a ;fewpilnutes. Clark a distinguished place in Dunn-Coleman Co. says come. I 5 EYE SPECIALIST
Not so if.you are Insured.. history, but it will enable him to Dunn-Coleman Co; 'sells the
',therefore t would advise :you. toplace the Cheap sale at Misses. Richardson's. \
j118! avoid the abuses that. cloud wire fence. See them.
Dr. Wilson's Office..
insurance with me.
of Cannon.
career Speaker
''' ." County court is in session this, Trimed hats ,7Sc, $lf. $1,25 and From ELEVEN IN CHIPL.BY SIX o'e .ck
F...: B;. Callaway, week at Vernon. $1.50 at the Misses Richardson's.DunnColeman .
The Mexican revolution is still First Tuesday In Each Month.

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THE BARNIER.Ctaureb '; Tbis,Iiter of in information is'' TOE SOUTH LIFE AND AGQDHNTXn&iixii.iioG

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Director. issued to-the public in generaland Good:, News i

1 M. E. Church, /South.-'Preachtni1st ever to all school officials, teach- Company ""ion'Marianna
and 3rd /Sunday at It a. m. and i b p. m.
ti> R. C. Williams, Pastor.: write to fell you the ,
Sabbath /School 10 a. m. W. N. Shoats, news that Cardul ..

Superlntendenll.Meeting Thursday nights.o' l helped me so much1 Florida. ,
Young Prayer Men's praJer..m Inrt.rueady I think it is ,just--
i nights. Everybody cord I ally invited. its weight In gold, ,Invites your attention to its New Line Policies, as embodying

s Snd Mrs. Maryan Mar- i > mum of practical protection at the lowest practical price. A remarkab
: Baptist Church-Preaching every
I" and 4th /Sunday. Rev, Collierpastor. of Woodstock:, ,Qa. Cheap Contract, but safe and conservative and backed by home.capital.
Sabbath /School a. m., F. C. Hawk. do hope and trust
"I., Superlnteneent.- ladies who are suffer I' W. HAMILTON. President!

:' Prayer Meeting Wednesday' (," nights .. as I did will take 1reGrr: *,*. Gammon John:Milton Jr.,Wj,H.Wa .BaltaeU. ;
: ; I / BVBroolu.: f. M. Dillon. H. H.Lewi. JotuTSllton. ilLoeooOOOOCOOCOOO
for it has been a-| '
blessing to me, and
Office hours 7:30 a. m. to 7:00 p m,1; except :-
'r /Sundays. certainly a help every
Eastbound mall closes at 10:20 a.m who is suffering. "*
t If it is Machinery you.w nt, we havedt Vfljli '
'. West-bound mall closes at 0:10 pm. .
I? 1 Mall from Vernon arrives' at 10 a: m. ; 4 us catalogue,,prices randxierma.MALSBY l. ,'x
bounlmall. ,
\; and leaves on arrival of the east '
.".' /Sunday hours: 11:30 m.. to 12:30 p. m.,

., Money Orders Issued at all hours when' 41 South Forsyth SI. ATLANTA. GlU '
office Is open except Sundays. ,
.T P SCHEL.L P. M wWersetI '
-IT" following well-known goods: Am
Woman's Tonic Hench & Dromgold Geiser/'PeerleeV' and Smith Myers & SchnierSavn
Our< Atlanta Stanwood cI1: : Gamble EnyInes and Boilers In all'slzes; Challoner;and Perkins
Journal BJLMNBB,: and year 175.Semi-weekly ,. matter' if you buffer ShlpgleMadlil2ey; and.saws, Ed era, Grist Mills, "Peerless" Threahet5p :
per headache backache Planers,Steam Feeds( ,and various other Machinery, Repairs and MID SupplleL
BANWKB and Thrice t-week.New York. : in arms, shoulders We can furnish you the'best Machinery::: on the market and at the i same '
., World, per year, $1.65. legs dragging-don time save you money. We have no branch house. !
and Semi-weekly Tlme.-Unn -
and Citizen, per year, $1.50. etc.,, or if you-1" ; r: ,-- ; .
BANNKB and Home and Farm, per year tired, weary, )worn- I
$1.25/ and generally miser- UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. Florida State' College For Wo

/ will help ..
TAU4fl EcaUep
has ,helped thousands-' A.Superlor.But Inexpensive lattitstloa for
General Directory., weak, sick ladles Florida Young Men. School of ArIA aDd Sckrno Normal
of Musk School at Art. School at !k
TATE OFFICIALS. I if will give Four COIle_ agricultural experiment station; .Imp School ot Hone Kamoa,& .T
you only LTnireritity xtenHi Governor-Alber"w. Gllcbrlst. trial, you will ,be, 80 per coat':: Increue in uttendano last OthM-wipoawm,rcrr knr. For latona
rear. Attractive building and campus. For address '
; Secretary of State-H. Clay Crawford. ever after. catalogue addresa, A. A.MURPnlEE.Pretide.l.FARQUHAE EONAxaCUarA11" i

'. Attorney)' GeneralPark Trammell. -- .
Com. Afcrlculture-B. E. McLIn..
Treasurer-Wm V. Knott. MACHINERY CO._ J

] Snpt.PubllcInstructlon-yy:7t Hollo- 4"1 E. ayStroet.JACKSONVILLBP. 9 I'
For the Hunter
.:i L.ORIDA.
way lair of a leopard Is known" _
Comptroller C. Groom.'! la the Wide World Mag, '
Everything' for the mill
Supreme Court-Thos. Ml: Shack leford.; will generally dlaludce saw

'Chief Justice; M. H. Mabry, tiler*. 1 recall,one'occasion: wbo plalnViK! mill. We are now set!

Railroad Commission-R. Hudson Burr was supposed to be located .
the well known Mac'
t" : Farquhar _
Chairman; R.C. Dunn, Clerk. near 'amp. The guns were

l' Judge first judicial ,circuit? -J. Emmett la positions coinmand- cry direct. to the user, ."which'- '
;, and. 'k'rew stouea were { t
It." ,- Wolfe Pensacola. in. There was no result a'saving. : to our customers- ,
State Solicitor: first Judicial-circuit-J. "'
'" as more and larger stones Large.8b>ck-HU; >y Term'
: 'l'. Walter Kehoe. there Fame a faint hum
4'" r then a roar like tbe sna 'un 'SeDd"f.or" Catalog and Prices. ',

';:. .. U. S. LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS.H. In a moment the air J
S. Chubb, Register, Gainesville Fla ''caire's- entrance grew dark %- -'

?, Shields,. Warren, Receiver Gainesville. ; !slightly As. fled oneman stung for the before sportsmen camp.they A. SAY-'! F. F. Peltc:Co.1tESQJZLU24.8

J! WASHINGTON OC ttNTY*OFFICERS. "' their 'tents and pull the

i : Circuit Clerk-W. O. Lockey, Vernon. the entrances which tbe :
County Judge--I. A. Hutchison Vernon. me time a besieged.! Incredi : .
Sheriff-O. G. Allen Chlpley. ,) may sound It la the trutb We will send the Banner free for

1 'rrea.surer-H. B. Tiber, Vernon: the camp was full,.of na- the term. of this school! tot Also dealers in Sim
Tax Asasesor-J.J. Williams, Uhlpley.; WOrld"I horses, etc., bone of '
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Tax' Collector-W. B. Gainer, Kconhna.!: bad remained'; behind 'and and 'EarConfectioneries' xog
Supt.; Public Instruction F Galoer,'+ ; concerned In ,tie attack on To Every White Teacher
WauBau.Uupervisor. ; pave were stung. It :was'a Sulk.8;
wt .' of Relllnra.tlon.I.. i W. time before the bees,beat } ,

1 Gainer, Econftna. but during all the time that In Washington CountyWho ers./Goods.Fruits.,.Vet..
Count Solicitor A. D. Carmichael, lu tbe camp it was the ;
Chlpley. their ,aggressors exclusively ables._ :Fish and 'Qyse ra:

County Surveyor-Thos. Collins, Cary- they angrily buzzed will send us the news. -M of' Stock and '
new 'sic.
) vllle,Fla.
; their community each week[ or
''k': County Commissioners: A Curious Trail. little cheaper. ..WOtWaflt',
J. M.,Simmons, Phalrman, Vernon of devices have been used every'two weeks at least. --
.. "' a line of march. A unique
S. W Bush. Chlpley.; your trade. Give ,owrrestauranta
'-. B. F. Evans,*Vernon. "blazing the. trail" 'Is ,still to Correspondents, may write on
J. H. Porter Mill vUle. Africa and a recent publi- trial. $s5r-
I a'picture of one of these ,subject of general interest.
J. T. UIghtower, Vernon.. any
/ J of. the dervish raid. Arthur vice first class. l.acaattll.. :

L'F. Hill mentions 'tbe subject In his' Our only request'is that they refrain in building..PLit'NQ. ',
tbe Blue Nile:* Tarp im" '
After a fierce battle with the from of
,# W. F. Eusa.Vernon.' using the'name, 'any .. 8. '
: .,.... the dervlobes pursued "
r as tar 'aa' the l lake district. person in away' calculated to'give
CHIPLEY Chiple..Y: EJ.e.fi'R.
"" CITY OFFICIALS.' : '* men had.mall'knowledge ,
r 'Mayor-U. H. Wells. 'and'"'little 'topographical offeqse. : .-

,' Marshal-U. :M. Farrior 89 tbe advance party In" ,. .. ,,' "
'a' Clerk and Treasurer-W. W. Cook. ;*,the route for those who F. SCARLE.f 1Pi
Council-A. D. Carmichael, chairman and-also to'guide the force Let us Hear ;
C. B. Dunn J. R. McGeachy,C. E. TharpW. return,";jonrriey. twisted tbe "

O. Butler, Jr. along ;The way Into living Notary Public. f,

-- war' ended, but the tied up From You. .
? and,"flourished... but' un- Real Estate Handled '
; ,lst .and. distorted:and are '
The Banner : only reminders' of. that upris Collections a specialty. ,
derflsbeey.'. We
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,; (. Ul. Fixed Star*.
i '' : fixed stars. When we .
Chipley, Fla. "tb" stare they appear to be
'and peaceful.4'', but astrono .' 'iX.,
i 'that' such la;:pot the case Good for
,':. stands for the Upbulldinr of each 'one Is moving soma a Slogan I
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.. speed.-.Invisible, to the
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Chipley, ye. I
l. and Business:
: 1f' a Better
their disposal.: Our sun. for. Bigger
f' which Is nothing more or "
..:,: WashIngton County" one of tbe "stars supposed ." .....e.-.. ." .".11 '.a j
: ; ," is moving along with

p''. : { 2nd Florida;'. solar system.toward a point DON'T BLOCK"!jTHE -WAYI ,

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: ;Subscription $1( Per Wear, t world, everything U in Move as fast.as the procession, or: move out. Taken Tbehind. :
,I \\J ..... -motto-.. .'-_ pace of the company,you.! are in or: make way for. the:

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':t l;We make a Specialty of : ; suffering often death-to .

who takes colde, coughs aijd la Don't stand'in the way of'new ideas. Don't pause i id,the
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:1:5': \ terror Winter and Spring.
,. ,. > ',fI 1;.', : :,'. ; .ignaliiare tua'ed up noetrel., 'path ,of better system. Don't settle down on the laddesuccess. ;
-; /:'"? :, ..:Artistic ; n08t sots; chills 'and fever Don't be_a barnacle on the ship of pregress.ASfe t

i' of head, and a throat-griping ",
; 90mmercIai Printing Grip attack*, u,you 'value' S

,. loo'. detail Rettina Di*. King's : Change meansprogress. Progressmeans advancement
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":' "I-I I'' :Loat Bo;:,, >i t' "' '" .. I tH BARBER SHOP. I .

)t Missing from Philadelphiaabout tiful. Every sigh is a burden, a f'CIT-Y" ,,1 1,

..- the third of.next month, a self-inflicted burden. Every Waiting. jj.fRENG-: ::: .

J all complexioned, young man, whine is a maker of trouble, a a

I 'r 'about five feet six inches of age, forerunner of failure. Every 3 MARKET .
i height thirty-seven yearaJi"Had' (tine *f/j. &sfrrfmiMylive .
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wallow> tail sea?. skin trousers in the world of sighs is to be Shave. ..-. .. . .. 15c. Mawr.kr AYCawf'wrwvwvr 1

; :-'f with blind to everything that is rich Haircuttlng2Sc..
sausage stripes' fashionableluttonchop .. .
Shampoo, .... 25c.
f waist coat with cast and beautifUU ,Th6 )( .morewe; Massage .., . 25c. HOW WOULD YOU LIKE ,

;' : trimmings double-barrel sigh, lfHne"Sa o.v.e life We've!? Hair 8ing. .. . 25o. .
'eon! ]}
r I.' ,:v irock coat 'with; striped collar sigh leads to weakness, defeat We Solicit Your Patronage.Very $100 In Gold-$100. ?

". ,*"kand tobacco lining, water tight and death.'tii .':.Remoovje*emo'vSet the sting the, Respectfully, i Everyone who sends us in a list of English words made up of. 4i "

canvass boots with
patent leath- any or all, of the letters in
' sigh. They are not your friends. W. peters, Propr.
> \ pr tops laced up- at the sole. Is "FRENCH MARKET COFFEE"

deaf and dumb of one eye and There is JbeMer company waiting!? -

, ... bard ot hearing with tbe other: ibrtyou.lpxolresttilI: l 4&&gaine.; I For Over Fifty Years. I,, will receive a present. "(The one sending in the greatest list

' e '' ) is slightly pock-marked at tbe I Mr.WI..lo_'. Boot hi.0 Burup of words will be given One Hundred Dollars: Gold. Hundreds
back Ha. been used for 0FIFTY YEARS by MILLIONS of other valuable presents will be given free to contest
of his
j head, stoops upright of MOTHERS for their CHILDREN -
1 when he, How\, to .Fallow Ir NorJUt Trejf: y; WHILE TEETHING with PERFECT BUG. ants.
walks crooked, a slight TUe'traft l&s Afltf If CESa It SOOTHES the CHILD. SOFTENSthe .
n ifljriis. a GUMS ALLAYS PAIN CURES WIND utan
For list of presents and'parti : regardjag
impediment in his look and wears well as a book of laws," snys Hntulln COLIC. and to tbe best remedy for DIARRHEA '
Sold by DrurrUt In every part at the world. Be contest, ask your grocer, or write to
j f' a Grecian t trend on his upper lip? Garland to "The Long Trail. A twin tire and uk'01'"Mr..Wine ow'.Sootbinf Syrup" .

whiskers cut off short t i inside, deptgneOly'tjfoken ;ale Jlliej, a fluftor I and take no other kind. II.. a bottle. CONTEST DEPARTMENT
pointing to-vrnrd'a gate. s A Ablaze tcor..j
Was carrying an empty carpetbag responds to the beckoning hand A I D. CAR11IUHA NEW ORLEANS COFFEE CO., LTD.

I i in each hand and a wooden sew blaze renders an old one of no A (NEW ORLEANS
/ value. A Bnpllng cut and ,bent across
Attorney at Law.
bag in the other containing .
4' path "forks ill tadt'ar4ingl.y\ ;says, ..Collection a Specialty.
steamers, railroad tunnels and 'Go no farther this way! A stick sot
"( In the mud means 'u?bottom Chine, Flawv
shoe blacking. Was born after upright <
'* brothe'r- here, JOt *******'I?
Jbis, .
,.,. younger mother ("By ruse{of th se aurt. many other *
being present on the occasion: records;of f Uiev Lime &s9rt 3hej! lulu-Uproflis'by We promptly obtain U. a and ItoretenPCTENTS .

'V Anyone mfo'r'xnation tbe experie\"M'tbol: 'WI!)
&giving; such. -
:.' hare gone before him and aids tho.
.as will leave him where he is who are to follow. There Is dlwayue
'f to
JVll1 be prosecuted as the law di- a on the trail for tbo
'l 1jects--National Monthly.MJbamberlaln'B eyes to perceive it, and It In the duty' dead model,aecU or photo<4iuwnttonrlor '
of him who rides ahead to enlighten' free report on tentaWlhy. For free book

,.Iwr:._...-..,"." \".. ,. .. thosV! ;; y to4,&u1iilost 11 19V .,TiN4:= Kilkitnt How Patent W Secure and r write'to '' TO !['
: by weans of sigua l luvulole cancheer ,
; Cough Remedy Is not aammo ADVESTISEI..
dlre"t'-nnll tlnltel1'"watl bis
1, e ery day cough mixture it Is
tribesWIlII. 'Ibeso uu the trail
a, meritorious remedy for Jail the trouble- vlgus
P are respected. No one thinks of removing }i
lomeand dsngeroul complication. reault-
t :,log from cold In tbe bead, throat cheat mlungs. them except for-ealise." Opposite* tf. S.' Patent Office The best opportunities are often
.:,., Sold by 8. E. McUeachy and .City WASHINGTON C l .
". ; A M
Long Time{ Dying
Drug Co.
) (t ',)11'. Fred Terry' told this anecdote ....-- '. neglected. NOW is the best time
of tho death scenrf ln"-'tTbe''IIct d' ot
4 .
,. ,; Achilles:", .". .' 't' ,, Il, wpe rdeM1aiMlatP9maif.ftl .
Ci -!>, ,Getting ,Into Print. "'.One :;!Jab...'- he says,.i'.w", ..were .rehearsing : 0 ma < n .,I'" to advertise. i
this"play.";'and a" member' : 1:5i: jd: -I I % '-'
i ; '
'::" '- Next time you feel like saying, my company' camel In from the street .. s.=-:_=- ; ::: sell if
: : Everybody their inthis ,::: rn If you have something to ; ,
', ,...;. gets names and :sked-tlie tail boy.bowfair'.the rehearsal OfiQ.? r iW e.

old' paper except me," stop had got. ? : ( -I =.

..;.'' and' 'think' .a moment and see if the+"Mr.boy- Terry's' just doing,* replied" i' ll'j'.t"4"e g ..'... 'CD' ""'!I. :0'; you want to buy. something; or if ;'

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., you have done anything on which ff'( ood. I've time.to smoke ,a cigarette 0 .. JIII'. .. cr t.or v.
N t f '
t m NOW is the
the'editor could base a paragraph: before my entrance.returned : R1t 5: _sa..J .:.... you have a bargain,
"Presently the actor and repeated 4" If a'' el
;about you.' Have you built a new the question. 00d g:' ', '" :-i 'Z. :: known. '
best time make it .
'I' to
house; entertained, had visitors 'Still dying,' answered the boy. A FN irz
'Ob, I'll go and bave another.clgn- il !S'O: ) O'
from'a distance, or gone on
rette; then.: i' .., $' i' ; :;IIII'' ,' Don't fail' to us' about
; your
considerable, .trip. Have you ''J3a k be came And only got' the pt oa4, ao. ... ....

started a business enterprise, or same reply from the.call boy. .- 1 "
'yl five this week. If .
.apyt'movement for the publicgood. "Finally: after smoking > clpn-, Spring Advertising
rettes, he asked: a little wearily. how
/ << Have you been born, got $O"Y1AfS"BXPERIENOE r
; far the rehearsal had gone
married or gone dead If you 'Still dying answered call boy. t it is business you want '

'Great Scott! Rasped the actor. Hr .
; have done any of these things, f
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'btf Immortal. London Answers
; must "
and'the!' paper has hot mentioned .

... ,'lt,'be' sure ,it was because you :to HU Pride.It The Banner can Get if..'for You.IF .
,,/Wdi, it, desp.ite the papers ,vigil- was the most obstinate, mule In TMADC MARKS
ance.x the lot and refused to enter the car ofa '
TNI"HT.!Ae.' ****,l00_ *
train held at a little wayside star ,, ..,
In a: word, if you want to befanrbus up Anyone landing. a.lIet ".and doMrtptkm '. .
and blows were qnloklr ue rlaln our opliilo fr* bMh.r an
do something! Of tlon. Threats, cajolery Inv.ntlon I.probably pat nlat>l alike useless. The mule refuse to sent tlon..I.rI..c.I"CIO..It4e.itlal-'IA free.. Oda t u....."Y for' ...... irmmaDI,
; v. course<< if you'afe a, dead; .one :the'paper budite...and.,the.giant ot hls,,eprs told Patent taken.. rough Mann }II Xjo." reoalveerm
tftciai ootte vttdout cbam." h'
I + bti&'ht'now&; and.then put in tbose of tbe passengers who were familiar YOU WANT NEAT JOB-PRINTING
where Scientific Jflltrka1t.
talk that
with mule ear
: an item to the, effect that Old be was be Intended to stay. Then the Aband.om.tf I11n.tnlatf w.eklr. ,.......t etl'o .. CALL ON
: Grouch is still growling around aged African who .was trying .to load enhttlon to of r month.any."',.ntlD e6d!! 2
the streets; but that wouldn't.. be him In,Bald In honeyed fbnesj .? l 'Co 3statta.aeer. Newi7trkJInaoItlrm THE
-.Wh11a.bebaveldl.s"<''wiyf befo'
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s and :- P IN .toa.n.
news*. Do.. something: cac* all dese strange people! ? Why, yo' fool BANNER.'I

le-and you'll get your name in mule,. doan' yo' know ,dat'des&'; |Jeopl.

l}:', the.papet '' all rightt'::Lakeland, will jes'- believe dat yo' neber done
trabeid befo' la all yo' life?

Fla., News. Tbe long ears lost\'tb'elrJ"a gre.. ve .
.... 'f ...
., .'-."""tt'oII\; : .. slant and tbe beast- went' .sedately. up d .."I' ,." :\ ;II .. J.
y the inclined' plank with" the air of 'a

'Chamberlain' Coiigk,Remedy la a very man entering a drawing room car for -
valuable/'medlclnfl for throat and lung the first time and determined Dot to ." '' .., .. .,: .. '
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trouble quickly relieves and cure painful betray the fact..:Exchange.H ; /: / < .<, _. : : ::: -

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breathing and a dangerously sounding .. '
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congested lungs. "
ooughf which Indicates Wasn't Glad. \. .. .
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Drug Co. and S.E., McGeachvi Is''b -for" to : : .1
Sold. by.City, Steve Long attending : :
his own business ante sayingvery little :, I

--_ about,1t.. One.morning,,an Iquhltlve ... Do v OUV ant : !
Beautiful Sentiment. neighbor ,met, hI .returo1lig, from >the 1
,. woods with his gun over His shoulder.

A f Remoye the.sting; remove the "Hello. Steve! Where hevfjre.been-* \ '

whine; the sigh. They -sbootln'T' ? > :
remove gainS' :
"Yep""What 'J 'Ba
rtfrkv>- *> ig .
'are your enemies. They are ye.beenja-nhpotlnlj", : "

never, 'co ,ductive to happiness; "Dog. "
v "Yer, og;? .Myt Was he mad?' : '.. .
.:an we all live1 to gain happiness, ';, "Waal), be'dfdn'tlloofc! W '(flanged Heell l ... .. ..... : '::

to give happiness. From every :r.lea:7'Eve: :body's Magazine., .. IN .
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'1-ivordYemavetthe.:; ; sting. Speakjlnekfndly. i ,. ...: .\ ;#

? '. \ To speak kindly .> Our.Neighbor. A '" "- ,'' .. .
', Wbat Is'meant by our nelgnbor;we r "

\apdeently everybody is' the cannot doubt. It la, every one with : ClotHing. S oe"s n4.Hats, : .. ; .

I mark ot a great soul. And .it .is Whom we." are brought Into contact.; .. :.': .. .
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whosoever It 'be. -whom .we bave' any : ':> ;
.privileg to be a great soul. .
you ,means of'helping.J-Dein Stanley. ,. .., GA TO
'roanJtbe, tone of your voice remove ,r ,

the whine. Speaking with The Awskener.Romantic'ljtJlrijObtfqporge.. eIGMinchiri

V joy. Never complain. The { -what! a .
sweet dream la love! Cynical Bus

I more you complain. the smaller Drlv r-W1#s'. "!"! ;matrlrooo ",W''tb. : : 8. moo. ..," '..'

become.and the fewer will alarm clock.Ilfustfated. ;'Bits.. ,
you ; ...-- ",,' "
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urtrlen'ds and opportuni-
be'y Ii : '. '
, ,tUSpeak tenderly, speak The buifeVt' and mightiest little thing .
I From that way ever r sweetly, speak with love. .
Stomaob and Liver TabloM. They rdd tbe
all.t a oilpourings ot your heart wprlr! wbenever'you requlretbeliald. These

remove the sigh. Be happy andconteotW' tablets?,;{:ch*n'ge.;'weak ness. Into strength, .
'*' Ii.tleiine *'lDlofl"rgyi> loomln* .,, Into i H
always"Let J
t your '
jopoun4ees.. t' lr ioting jI !4t '.!',tleloge, .. '
spirit Jftng'leJ;jrou r ,J cart dance, don't realize.therhavetaken a purKatlve.: i. ,

I r let youYsoul declare the; glory oft Sold by City Drug, CO and 8. E.: McOeacby,

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Blount Thanks People
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To the Democratic Voters of the .
State of Florida:
Fla. .
:I At Chlpl.y;
,, : The returns from the primal, .
t' WAILTBR W. JOn'/Bd, Bdttor. show I carried home \
that my
feed II
Entered at the poeioffic at Chlptey.Fl... a.. !I county by more than 2,200 maio All kinds stuff :

second.'clan.mail motto- .'=: ity, and while I did not receive a r .

SUBSCRIPTION BATEStONB majority over all throughout the

r:, TEAS,... .$1.00 state, I have a very large plura For the Horse j ,- i
.60THBEB .
sIX ,
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: MOUTHS,..*... .?d ity. V ..'. '

furnUhad on application. I desire to extend my,beartfe ;"f .. .'. .. ': : / : ,;: /
AdrertUin rate thanks to my home people for the -. "...,: ; .
of _. .For the Cow; ,:
Communications on live topics. magnificent demonstration :... ;r: (':'/., rr .

:.M..;,.... dally of la understood THE of BANNER local Interest however will not are that be the espe-j. throughout trust in me, the and state to my for friend their! ,:,:.:,o;: ": :;;' *:' .<':_,.: '\,_.. ", : ... : : '-*.r:"':? ,'%:'3r.:".;J''?, "-;*:> ;: ":;:,.',: ::. :.:, .- ,

:u for opinions. expressed by and unselfish efforts, in my : J'or the: Chickens.:;. '.' '; 'i':.>: :. --
..!I..: gfeat s : 'j. :; ". ..74: c i' vt .: ;. : ?ifCampbell .: ':',:, :
}.: TTK: BANNER wants. live representstlve behalf, and to say to them and to A ; ; 'Y"-' : '

;s':,.S In the and county correspondent and will atever make liberal; ai the other voters of the state tha t ..Y" '. f .-:'r ., t:1'T" ."' :sv _. :i / : .. :.. -
with the rlstrt parties. ", I
the '
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.; THURSDA.V. Jan. 19.>> IS>>II. that a second primary will != ., : V: .. :
necessary, I shall continue he : ?
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The Cbautauqua at DeFunial battle to the end, vigorously, and i ... :?: .;, :ALWAYS ON HAND: ; .
7 commences this year on Feb. 22. believe, with the assistance of my; :' I '. .' l
J a friends, successfully ,J i r t:.. : l 1 "' '"?: -, ; ,
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W., A.
, .: Wonder how many votes the> ; '0( Get Our Prices. .'
'" Republicans would have had in r
Ohio it they hadn't bought some the True Gentleman. "
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Two years ago the Baitimor j. : : .
Pensacola is already preparing & Dekle ,Co. :
bes ,
Sun offered a prize for the' 5.\: -f" .
for Mardi Gras. And it promises definition of a"gentleman." Thi .:r -,;I --, ..,' t .".:'t l'i1. X., L** -. 4-
this than ev : :. -:. .
to be better year prize definition follows as. its: f '>::,' ,

er before. universal.truth makes it- timely ". :.... :.. "- :, '*' i
I for'today and for all our tomorrows -

,t The Supreme Court bas before :

.it a motion to dissolve the "to "The true gentleman fa the< -

i? bacco trust".as a combination ,in man whose conduct preceedi Should Not Be Held.Tfae circumstances called for the HIGH HILL. ..
Second Primary
restraint of trade, and a decision from good will and an acute sense .. "
'is looked for shortly. rf propriety and whose selfcontrol .following editorial, which' present senatorial race, and has in Allie McVicker and wife arrived -',' ;

each precinct the election; few to make his paw.: "
ow< is equal to all emergencies; appeared-in: the Pensacola Jour- days ago ',
the patriotism
been possible only by
The year book just issued bj who does not make the poor'' man, nal last' Thursday, meets our approval of the ot rs. They 'have ents a sbort'visit. ,

,.-the Weekly Tampa Tribune is; a onscious of his poverty, the 'ob as;itexpresses our, ideas conducted the. elections 'without Miss Gladys McVicker has
typographical gem and contain s scure man of his obscurity 01 exactly. to the gone home with her relatives to
much information that no citizen my man of his inferiority or deformity "William' A. Blount led the ticket any candidates.- They expense have ''served spend, a month or two. ., .

or'homeseeker should be without ; who himself humbled by suchVplurality in the primary '
as clerks and inspectors; they J, McVicker and wife spenta
.' It is splendid publication. compels him humble Tuesday' that it ;
i, a lecessity have carried the ballot boxes to day last week at:atvKynesvtlle
J mother; who does not flatter looks like an" imposition on the '
the county seats of their counties iting their grandparents.Allie .
The outlook legitimate bus wealth, cringe before power 01 voters of the.state for the next
all withort'pay and the newspa- Neal
; and wife
iness is good, but Wall street boast of his own possessions 01 highest man to demand the sec- ,McVicker ,
have printed ,
Misses. Florence'and
papers McVicker and .
speculators are pessimistic, as ichievements;who speaks with' ond primary. 'the notices of election ,
the outside buying public csntln- frankness, but always'with sin- "For any one man to be the Gladys' McVicker
All of this will have to.be repeated -
ue to refuse help the 'specula verity and sympathy and whose choice of the voters of a state it held. Cbipley, Falling Water, and Rock
if second primary is ,
j tors' to.'advance 'the price of stock deed follows his word; who think nearly always'.requires second And surely with one candidate so Hill one day last week... -

,, and bonds. of the rights and feelings ot others primary and in the senatorial Brooksville'
far, in,,the lead it is not necessary Others join the
,,jfT / .. : rather than his own; who appears race the vote indicates that Mr. '
another "Nextf.
to ask the voters to bold Argus.in the following: :
The) ,Florida Christian Advo well in any company and Blount did not get.a majority'ov- election, just to.see bow far Mr. rear we shall as in the past 'ad-,*

cate recently contained -the following who is at home when he seems tobe er both of his opponents. but. he I, Blount will be in the lead then. vocate.good morals, good schools''

which cannot-be gainsaid: abroad a man with whom lacked only a::few hundred votes, good roads. good citizenship ,

"The holiest thing' outside heav- honor is sacred and virtue safe." of doing this., If another primary "It is to be regretted that the Brood governmentand good De"';

is the family altar; the worst .. jTa heldt'even Mryan's: most ardent necessary majority was not re- mocracy. as The well wicked look out Republi, and
candidates. cans may
outside of hell is family supporterscannox expect ceived by one of the to give
thing a The Crumpacker congression- get out, for \ve intend
.fuss. The best way to preventa al reapportionment bill, fixing the him to poll the entire Stockton Floridians bave had ough'poli' them brimstone-'and blazes until

family tuss. is to erect a family house membership at 433 exclu- vote,if indeed, he can geE more tics for the last year and :a. second all good Democrats get in.

altar. No child can ever get old ive of Arizona and New' Mexico, than half of it. primary now should be un r "
enough to forget; no sinner can was favorably reported last week A strange and unusual turn ot necessary. William A. BlountOF
ever be mean enough to disre-
its If by the censts committee. The q,
gard parents absolutely realized that power.the teaching ill will be brought up at the earliest w.s; : MltTON, M. L.Vice-President DEKLE, :F. M. GOLSON.Cashier. ,

received at the family altar opportunity' The bill was President. ,
are more helpful than all else amended in the committee so as : Candidate Rot '.

cox.nbined. we believe they would to provide that the reapportion- Firt-.N's.tiotiaJ Bank..: United stategeinator. !
build and keep the sacred
one ,
lent should be made by the legislatures '
fires of bye ever burning thereon. MARIXN A. FLA. ,;
of the states. .
: '
Capital 50000.00

I HON. W. A. BLOUNT. .. Solkits Account of Banks, Corporation, Flrou sad IadJWu.

r Our twenty years experience in the banking buaineaa; enables ua to offer
TM you the best banking: facilities of any.bank in West Florida. We also have 8
k' fully equipped Savings Department in which'we pay interest, on depoaita. Accounts -
\%,:\ ".. !NWkj911
; Interview
> <>:: by,mail handled aa easily aa by personal

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'YF' The man whom the people will select as their U. S JOHN 'WHITE.&'CO., L6111SSviLEK:;.

;' .'4 Senator at the Primary to be held' January 31st.

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t- Wire fence !

: arges are: Meeting with a Severe Rebuke. ,
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f pa le: to ,J1epresentYou, in the; United States Senate -

What Do YOM Think of Bryan's Methods: ? .,."",'

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Under..thc'head"' "Mr. Blount and the 'Joker1 In the Jim Crow. Law- the Pensacola Journal Sunday' morning, -. e
" Janus :Sth,' published the following editorial leader:: "

,..(' Blount!and the "Joker" in the Florida "Jim CroW"law.. A few day ago Mr.; N. P. Bryan, candidate- :; Just a word ;Farmers and Fence Builders: :

the United States Senate, made charge to.the effect tha;Mr. W. A. Blount, also_a candidate the Senate, had put
a wP oker" in the form of an amendment Into th -"J'lm Crow" law which passed the llgialature In 1905, while Mr. :
: Having made a deal for Ten Car Loads
BloutTf was a member of the State Senate, and that because \of"Mr,. Blount's amendment the Supreme Court bad de- _

clareaTjthe., ;1IIn'his law speechlnJicksonTllle unconstitutional. 'last Monday'nlgh_ \;,hIF.. : Blount- denied. this i charge, and in a telegram published : of the Best American Steel Wire Pence, we : '

elsewhere in this paper today he agajn denies, It "A :'" 'Iv I '
in position to make better prices 0
: -.J'oumalla tolerably familiar with the circumstances attending the passage of the "Jim Crow" bill, and of are .you'
its+owd knowledge it.Is:able to state all the material facts Connected*with It.Xbe: facts, briefly,,are as follows i .' .
""Representative J. Campbell Avery Introduced the bill,: originally In the House, and after consideration, and some than ever before.' S I e
slight'amendment by Mr. Avery himself, it passed the: House and went gup to the Senate. In the Senate the hill was /
amended.In.cert, lai particulars relating to method of separation' i; time bill.should go Into effect and penalties for violation : Be, su'r you see us before buying wire :.

!'by Mf..Bl unt;but;_not until in co feren with.Jvir. >':Ayery. hand Mr. Avery had agreed upyn the amendments.
The rltt then; Is agreed upon by Mr. Blount and'Mr? Avery,passed both houses-by a unanimous vote in each house. : elsewhere: Sit. means money. saved. : -

;H| Now'.ks to the "Joker" which Mr. Bryan says rendered the bill unconstitutional. This was section 7, and it '

was,a py0fof Mr: ,Avery'a original bill. In the redraft; of' ,the bill by Mr.*Avery and Mr." Blount Section 7 was notcniaged3fjrany & '
r Here.are*the> sections respect.e"atlm"r.:; .v<. ?l' : Chipley Hdw. Co. :

; AVERY'S BILL, Sec. 7-That the provisions of this act shall\ .not,apply colored female nurses, on such cars $
'or ivisions: of.curs having the. care of white children or !sick persons. i. I' .................
::2ti. BLOUNTf'S'liITrL, Sec. 7-That the provisional'o this'act shall!' not,apply to
w bIre Children or sick persons. .r t a 'I
agl', ThereTs' absolutely no difference in effect in these two sections' But, as an indication that both Blount and Av- .
d ,4"-eryacted'in good faith in this matter 'we have but to .tiQW'that they,modeled Section 7 alter the State law then in ex..

,.. jstence, and wBich governed the.separation: of,the,races.on: {railroad trains, but not street cars.. The State law is found The_ First :!National Bank,
> t lri8 ctlon':2268 of the Revised Statutes of 1892, and it reads as'follows! -'
The State statute_: n"Bui : '; ; .
,, female colored nurses having the care of children or.lck persons'may ride and tra'felln such cars." De.lgn'ted.I.epo. i..*ry of the United 9t.tea.: -; .
(, ; -Therefore the'effect of,Section 7 of the_bill-drawn by Mr.v:Avery1: want, only not altered at all by, Mr.. Blount's .,' '
W,:but'it'waa practically ante=act copy of the,Slate law'which! !bad beeo in existence for yeara as applying_to steam I Oldest and L.arat Bank In West Florida. .,
I. oa c-aTTrz> ajw/sr:: 3.0. :useo. 'l '
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When the roil call on the bill was taken: it passed; without a.dissenting vote (See Senate Journal, page 77.) \ )" ''
Capital Half Million Dollars. .
Such men"as'-Senators Bailey of MontIcello, Crane"of Tampa:;''HudsotTOf Miami, Nell of. Westvllle; West of Milton, .-'
4 Wilson of MarlanaaAMcCreary of Gainesville and jZlm of'St*> Augustine all voted for it. These men were all known 9sirplua and Undivided Profit*,J 4I1OOOOO. "

fai" radical ;antt.corporatlon'niembers of the Senate. Mr. Bryan will hardly charge that they, too, were under corpo-- '
Interest Paid in Saviors Department at Rate of 4 per cent per Annum. ,
-I f ration Influence-when they joined in the support: of this measure.IS& ,. "

r I/";" .butthisisiotall! : :;; ,.. :* '" ? '"" The. First National Bunk. .:...\. "

bSttt; When the bill wascarried up to.she Supreme Court on a test ,case, we find W. J. Bryan, County OP ,PBN8A.COL.X. :. '
Solicitor forDuval county, afterwards appointed SenatorbyGovernorBrowardmember of the law "

tfirm',of;Bryan",&,Bryan. and late'.brother otvNi P; .Bryan. ;,who,'now1 makes these 'charges-we find W. W. K.W.BVBK.J.FORBBS ftt.* Prealdent.Cubler..! THOU.. W.;Raatrr AMt. Cub"'!'. W. N.W.Rousa S.x.-r.- .AIM...Vic Coshiar-Free .
.. 'Bryatt'himself defending Section !and:arguing that it i constitutional: effective. Director *-F.C. Brent. W. A.Blount.W.8.. Key..... Wm.H.]tao"W.' K.Uynr,J
1 jjf' .In charging: that Mr. Blount was guilty of puttingajoker: into(*'' Yam Crow law does Mr.-N. P. W. JT. ForbM., Knowles Brer. Thoe. W.Brent .

:;;;Bryan also charge his late brother witlf- >ad faith.'or'with. .Ignorance, or both when be defended this .

jfsame joker before the Supreme-Court,unrecorded 'in volume SO-, page 132, of the Supreme Court Re S High-Class Saw'))Milt Machinery

imports of Florida. .' .,
jg' I'r Mr. :Bryan's charges at this1'tfme1'is{ \ nothing more rJes8..than l'a piece of cheap political chacinery We carry at .our new'warehouse,
1'whose purpose-is to catcbvofes by+unfair* means where he cannot'get'' them by other: methods. It is 408 and 412 East Bay St., a large
''too small to come from a' m'an'wbo fs'big enough. 'to be United States Senator. %f, .tock'of Portable and StationaryEngibesILoconiotlveandHorizontal

,. WMr.. 'Blo nt's connection with,the Jlm'Crow: ':bill was absolutely-open, honest and above board. Section 7, copied \>
[from the State lawfitself, was not drawn by Mm, mid It he failed'to discover.its unconstitutionality he was less falt ,.5 Return, Flue Boilers} Saw-Mills,
: vie than alibfthe: !legislators, lawyers,and judges*who.'had i for years, ',"regarded the State law as constitutional sound. ., Pl ner.,-: Edgers, Saws, Belting
and Mill Supplies; also engine and
.-- ; ._, saw-mill. repairs. Walso handle: the
[,TO THE DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF .FLORIDA.' 7:. ,. .1Jh .. S celebrated" line of Hustler Saw Mills v
J .
'.. The facts stated in the foregoing $editorial are true. To. them I;.add> 4 .. .. and Erie Engines and Boilers. This mftkes the best'Saw Mill outfit on earth.
B .The bPl'was entirely( satisfactory. to'me and' there! wad rio reason why I should'desire to have It declared unconstitutional Get our prices before buying'. We can save-you money. A postal will bring ,,. --
[ -. .-." .'. --,; > our Traveler. Write ,for illustrated catalog covering requirements.. '?

It.I.had preferred .the juterest of the street car company-to that of the public; still I would have had no reason todeare ]Vlalst> 'lyicscHIrier-y' Co.
to kill the bill since it entailed no hardship upon the.street car company and 'was practically Identical with the y

r, ,.ordinance"in, ,which.. a like system of separation. of races has been in use on 'the street cars' in Jacksonville, .Pensacola 4OS &: 412 s,. tStty St.. Jacksonville* Plot-lclo.
:Sand other citoes.' .' ,' Long D.tattoe'Te'ephone No. 874.

The original bill contained;; no'penalty ubon'the conductors or the street car' companies for failing .. .. .... .. .... ... .. .. .. '
tIM O". O .'aMrMK. 'M M N tg 3 MAM M M NO tlt O"N :::
or' refusing to enforce the law and I inserted.in'the bill such a penalty in order to make the law .

L5 '. operative, t 5Any '. .
objection to any section of the bill as uncanstitutional never occurred to me nor did It occur to such men as BIGGER 'CROPS.X
George P,. Raney, former Chief.Justice; Louis C. Massey one of the'reviaors of the State's Statutes and attorney for GROW !

the Florida Railroad Commission;Park Trantmell; since"Attorney General. ; F. M. Hudson C. L. Wilson since State .

,"'..Attorney. ;and'other. able lawyers. who. "were: then S in S the.S Senate.- N------ \\t. .

-.... '- ." .- -. i W. A. BLOUNT. There is not a cotton farmer in this section -

I II '. "':. -". ,.' .'. ..;. i "",vho; cannot i increase his profit"per acre .,
I S .'. -.NOTICE\ FOR PUBLICATION. School at Home.
if he
on cotton fron $15 to per acre goes ,
'-\ Department of the Interior, l
.' U. S.Land;Office at Gainesville, Fia: Wood's' SeedsFor Let the Carver School teach you by about it in the right'way. Read the following:
January 7,1911. mail, the Art of Photography.
d Notice Is hereby Riven that John Hess No. Station.
85. Florida
Bulletin Experimental -
From the Press
of Fountain,Jb'la., who.on July, 21, 1004. If you are seeking a profession that
.5- made Homestead Entry rio.34617, (Serial, ,The. is.not overcrowded and one that is remunerative Experiments'conducted, by the Florida Agricultural Experiment I
'..NO. 007 2) for StWX(Section! 20,Township and Station, as published in Press Bulletin No. 85, show.that 400 poundsof
respectable pleasantyou
9 north Banre-13 west, Tallahassee Meridian
baa filed; notice of. Intention to Farm'ana Garden are adjlsed to take up photography rertllizer per acre produced an increased yield of seed cotton over an '
make.final five 'year proof, to establish -Let the f-7ver School teach unfertilized plat! valued: at $20.40 and that 600 pounds fertilizer: ; -
claim to the land above described,
before established
have reputation
an \ same conditions produced an increased yield valued at $29.40.Figuring
the Clerk of tbeCircuit. Court at Vernon. you.1f'you 1
Florida on tbelBth day of February 1911 .extending over thirty years being amateur '. the 400 pounds of: Fertilizer as costing$3.50, there U'1der..j
are an photographerand \
Claimant wUneaaeit Nero used extensivelyby
.names a* planted'and
or1 270 cent .
prVfit of$14.90 per acre over per "
McFadiSenw Uamoton ileClarv, OastonMcFaddea Gardeners wish.to make better pictures at a -{< '
55 /Ed Davis; all of Fountain, the,best Farmers and and lower cost, or wish to become a professional .. Figuring the 600 pounds of Fertilizer: as costing:$8.25; there _
the Middle .
S. S Fla. throughout of $21.15 or,over 256 per_cent. ,
teach profit
''*'.r M. > -IlBiTBrS:::. 'COTTBi. Southern StatcaT- -' -*"- ', "- -Let the Carver School
Ed fee. paid.. Register. From the above the Department draws following conclusions: ., -
;t .. <. 'i.5-e-<''* IMS. ,;*, '..,->> ., Wood's'New'I': Aw' 1911) win you.If you are a professional and wish "The facts no tar seem to Indicate thafthere Is profit applying 400 j'
:f +- 4 :
# of fertilizer on grade pine land. That t
complete poor
600 a
to pounds per acre
'N PUBLICATION f Seed Catalog' help you todetermine to produce work that will be a pleasure the practice,,which Is quite prevalent, of putting 100 t.a200 pounds per acre '
as to'your' customers and a creditto of poorly balanced fertilizer (such as Cotton deed Meal or Kalnlt) Is unprofitable
,S UtJ.: Land Office at Gainesville, Fa.| seems even more clearly Indicated. There eems good reason for believing .
what and seeds to plant you'Let the Carver School teach
January 7,.1911f to crops that the man who has been using 100 to 200 pound of Cotton Seed j ,
? Notice I Is h'erebygIven that Waltef-M for success and profit. Our pub- Meal or Kalnlt per acre on cotton may Increase his yield to a profitable extent -. I t
,S, RutchlsonofEcontlnaFlortda.who; on lications have long been noted you.The Carver School of Practical Photography applying Instead, 800.to400 poundor more 0 a complete fertilizer. I
December 28th.,.1WH, made JJomesL"adEntrl'
..- tterlal JJoOU73, forSWK:: Section for the full a complete .information offers twenty cemjtlete, practical -
10..Township 1 north. Range 133. west. which,they'give.; and Inexpensive course* covering VISe More' =
TaUahaaseMerfiIan.. has tiled notice ,ot .
Intention to make final Commutation Catalog .mailed free on all.branches of photographic work. T
r to establish claim to the land above Write for it. Write now for full information 1t is Armour'sComplete Animal Fertilizers.k
beforethe Cleric of the Circuit request. ,' : ,
sf verooa, Florida,.on the 16th day free and C places 7ou'under no obligations' S
L'Proof. '' 1911.. T. W WOOD SONS, ',, Address* -i.:': A. R. Wells, Sales;Agent. t '
; a.melt as'
witnesses: HenryRhanv" .
h, & llooier Haddock, of Seedsmen t Richmond,Va.: ':'T J se Gai o r* School of r ,OCO i00, 5'" 5 5
r.. 7a',and.JAitiohps.T, W. I .'h Practical 7 ,
\ Jhns o ex ton. 1Ia Photoa..phy.
; ----iiD1rl"S-'ClttJB1J-; I i________ Armour Fertilizer Works. .
,.- h '; Ed fee paid. v ; < ,Keglster. I ''-" Lock Be*5C4 "ate"". Iowa. : ,\..:- '
,- ;-r-:: :,,",Fruit i ia apt to| 'lie at "a premium '
.;:: ; .<:'Fruits of experience' ':" "do not r otr the lelfy, free and the worf'iiito It >s,never,too soon to begin. agood JACKSONVILLE FLA. .''''\

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HowToStopStubboriTCough According to Harper's Weekly '.... ., .

the connoisseur recommenes: p\1in.\ 1 p, i Cg'.a ery: itl ;and, ...... r ,I
'lrt'o\.in Ifife Union
Foot lovers-propinqui-tea.'
.: Receives It.
: Vor the wedded-fideli-tea< THE TWICEAWEEK .
'_VTyth" $i$ney ills want, to be ic j
curiosi-tea. T
We don't mean just stop the irri- For the scientist- cur' &d. When bne suffers'tpe) torturesof

tation in your throat-but cure the For the Americanlibertea.For an aching back, relief is eagerly '

underlying cause. the priestausteritea.For sought for. There are many remedies TIMESUNION

Cough syrups cannot do this. It the politician-capaci-tea. today that relieve; but -do ,'riotv cur*. ;

takes a constitutional tonic body For the philanthropist-gener-, Here is evidence to prove that Doan's

builder to do the work properly Kidney. Pills cure, and the cure is last' R ,
osi-tea. : BANN. .
and cure you to stay cured. Vanol : Inff.l ; ,P 1 lttti: ; \ ; ,;' "v I Ada THE ,
is the remedy you need. For tde business man-Integ Mrs. J. C. VIckery of Marlanna, '

ri-tea. Fla., ;aysa:. Thre t:yearn agf ;. | "aa FORt5tt
HERE :IS PROOF For the maiden-Modes-tea. o'bart'off as the result of kidney trou- BamONE'YE'AR: .
'. Mrs. Minnie Oagood. .f ales Yalta.
ble that I gave up all hope of ever get- .
the wit brevi-tea, '
X.Y..wt-lteai-After trying Semen rear Forr .
dle. for a bad cong-b. and void without dexteri-tea. ting any better.lkYLhadeev.re; ; headaches I
benefit I waa asked to try 'W..... II For the juggler- and was often very dizzy, in fact '
worked like maa-le. It eared my cold For the preacher ivinitea.F9r one day I fell to the floor. My back THE TWTCE-A-WEEK: TIMES- NIoN Is the Toedr. and

and cough. :I and eondder I:gained Tlnot IB health the most Mdatrength. the newly wed-'felici-tea. :' ached'Constantly and at times the pain Thursday Issues of the Daily Times..Uhion. and: QOI4

wonderful tonlo and inTlforator':I ..... Forth man in troubleequanimitea. was so severe that I could not lie in tain all the inlay' features that go, to mako ifcflatMmatropolitsa : ...
.aw.** bed. I had a poor1 appetite and my
body became bloated; I used remedy newspaper and many speoilj thafarelr
If we cannot stop that cough For the farmer-ferbli-tea.
with VINOL-our delicious cod after remedy and had a 'doctor treat whichweJaundin no other newspaper.
liver and iron tonic-which is made For thee extravagant-trugali- me for several months but' in spite of

." will all, I grew worse. Finally Doan'a
: without oil-we not charge tea.For
Kidney Pills were recommended tome ADDED FEATURES.oontain
you a cent for the medicine you the stffire-gravi-tea. ,
I buy This seems like a pretty fair For thejocJfey; -,celeri-tea.: and I procured a box. The result ot I ,

'' proposition-and ought to be ac For the proud humili-tea. their use was' most gratifying.and the paint The r r wi.gm.. the .very latest: maxxefc. ]r: p.xteri
swelling isappeared
sol With n.
Don't think
this cepted.understanding you we ask you to Foe tbe'sinner' -morali-tea. lost theit severity. I procured''' another and' vd.p: rtment"devoted to Horticulture;, AgrloulturaA '

For the guilty.-immuni-tea. box of this remedy and after I' 'had '
bottle of VINOL. :
,try a AIQWtlY.t.i ..
FotNtheijudiJeiajpartialitea.. finished the-contents, I was free from J

*" S. E. McGeachy, Druggist, For the servant--civili-tea.. kidney. complaint.. SAMPLE* COPT. of .the paper! will be sent,.toyou... '

Cbipley, Fla. For sale all dealer," Price Scert. I
'For.tbe damaged--ihdemni- by on> f'e4U..th..publishers. ,
.. 'Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo.
Is Your Property For Sale? tea, New York;;sole agents for the Unite THIS' PAPER is the leading. wo klj.: :aewepapeli.
For the lust-iqflexibili-tea.

The Chipley Board," of Trad Fort thtj wavering,-stabili-tea. States.Remember" the name-JJoan's-an- of this section and ehould be a regular visitor to your'

.., s receiving many inquiries for 3 For the solemn-jolli-tea. take no other. home, r -, tTH&SUNtK&Y

: homes, farms, stock lands, etc For the victor-magnani mi- -' TIME&UNIQWTdt&aMoB theIVIagazino
If you have such property for

sale or rent, in the county, or i in tea.For Th Manchester Martyrs.. ilhl.ttat.d.aunday wiil.b6LmallAl tcxan-jc ad! .

or near Cfajpley, and will give usa the candidatemajoritea.For Along In '07 or thereabouts soini '
full description of it, we wil) the fictionist-probabili- Irishmen tried t. rescue a' bunch of: dress

I undertake to help you findafcuy>i> tex Fenian sergeant prisoners was in Manchester shot and] killed and t IF YOU WISH this paper, Th. Take'a..W..b. .

-distance Please from state size town, location amount ani in For the bibliomaniac-rari-tea. The police prisoners got away, which mar Time.-Union and The Sunday TimeaUhioneaeH for

; For the'foolish-sagaci-tea. have had something to do.wlth..th. up '
cultivation and timber; number; shot .too The, government was.'natnr. one.fleets add,$. O to the-above. and' send'ratnittaaoe
For the banker-securi-tea. :
and condition of buildings: ; water ally sore and,,they managed to bans I p toiay vOJrliyjr>UiWJC illd prefer thV Sunday* Tim_*tlaiono
fruit stock etc. naming' P6the aeronaut-intrepid!-
'supply, three J of the rescue party without too
the lowest price and terms and tea. stunk fine haired fuss as towhethei, ...i.IDItMd Qt the .twioe-a-wekt add boo to prio.raboyw.

', mail or send in to they bad anything to dd 'with the shootIng'or .
S. Fort(tbea d>! -t uili-tea.. I "" """" .1
,' not At that time Fenian-and
THE BOARD OF TRADE, "" For the fortune-hunter, Nationalists were at daggers drawn, 1El'JD' YOUR ORDER TODAY TQ .

I, Chipley, Fla., portu ni-tea.. and the,church ,was haaryagalnst UMFenlaus *,
of course but they were all Florida. .
For everybody-prosperi-tea. '
one .one In agony and shame over Chijiley lanner S Chipley;

m.gaaIa.a Neasa/t .. .... I those.Irish boys strung up In an Bug .
Ifla I everybody.Leero
/ eII about electricity,the Uah town. All their' helplessness, all .'--'-' ...
.. Ingecleace.eiidhowtoSimple Have. you a weak throat If no, you can the bitterness of England's might.EX gland ., .. !,
AND w.. rods.hllofplctum.,Sample pre> not INtoo oarrtul. You cannot begin managed with. those' halters to .....t"W9. "-" \

copy nee If you star.psmp.on treatttoeat too early. Vacn oold makes you drive festering.deep afresh. 'lbtnk'of r J i. ..
c td/.papa./ l.00ajru. more liable to another and the last U at- 'DublIn.t1U'Dlq'out .. j "
the size ot
town .
fCNQ Pub. Co.Pbotoa'rBpnjr a ; I .. "
.Be&coa.4,Batas.MMa wall the harder to cure. If you will take .funeral procession of 60,000 people, ,- Botanic I ...:..rO'I
Chamberlain'* Cough Remedy IAt the out- and ,think of how those -W.OOO Irish .. ...
AM..a1CAl1PIOTafaAPHYteaChM Intfmttrarybody. ""fo .'wIlJ be.evild ,much .trouble. bold were feeling when I tell you the"-were You ## ., .
It. oy City *>rug Co. and 8. E. MoOeaoby. quiet-quiet In those streets where Blood, BalmB. : J
/ "
Beautiful picture month-. flUATA"Issas the lowest hovels had bang out, theli .

lypaneos.. qutitione an- ,raivi bits of green-twined black. -UcOurVs ( : ft it) Cures Broagb toe Blood, Take .
twuad. SampleA ropy e.a
you meaHos thlt pWr.AmerlsssPhotegn '?4p\\'N XJtpaaese View of Liquor License. Magazine. >OTb M IM M.0 VaM. Poison I
by The Owner and the Viaftor. ;
B.a00a SL Baba '
An officer front Japan visiting Bis'1' house; the first be bill ever PAINS CAN- TflBNN1IkIf t
owned, being nearly 'Bnr!hed. the Flat' /BIotttI ,
America one day, while looking (
bash man went forth oue flue after" .

Word With You !about milk wagon.biff city, saw a man stopa noon front to door Inspect be'observed It As.a be well entered dressed the ; ...LE."; not

Is be going to arrest the 'man? loan standing within apparently nd- RheumatIsm,,J5czema '
MR. MERCHANT. miring the beauties of construction and Why not?
; '
...".,. .'' he asked. decoration. In an Instant the pride of ,Itching: Humors.
,"V' 'No the he must the owner swelled -wIthinhlaB.. Here OBI:B.fl41Botsale( Blood-Brdml la tbaealr Blood
:f You cannot look about you was answer; remedy that kill the ootooo In the blood and then We will send THIC BAMIXZoat palo
,. he would make the visltoeverdant
<, on the streets without seeing see that the, milk sold by this was :where with envy and, incidentally: pariDe; ,to*the ltmdii kin.Bur'ace a flood, BoD.JoIDt.ot nan, rick*,and blood wherever direct to any address' ,for;H pea year;Wo.for six
I the dUeaae te located. In this war all Son month*;2to. for three months;
1' people who have money man is pure with no water or Intercept a few bouquets for himself. Uleera Pimples, KruptkMW healed and cured.
; ,oo" to the stranger he remarked pain and ache of umatism ceases .wellbap
,. in their pockets which oughtto : chalk-mixed with it Stepping up ubaldev.. BtK the Mood
': be in drawer rS4 Would chalk or water poison : Into clean health?condition, giving the skin the
cash or OrcEo
your "It's a'beautiful house Isn't It? It* rich red Insect perfect bealttb D..B.,B rethe

or to your credit in the bank. ,th .milk? '. worth every cent of the Investmentand wont BOTANIC old uses LOW BALM Trylt.(B. B.B.) l to pleasant and : will send TH* UA..nr.Ad the

You cannot look about you. Not$ but people want pure milk a great deal more." afe tpurlflee totaleim.pesedd and enrtche the r.Botaa4ingreelenta'blood. B.B.B. .trenCthene -' New Yrok Tbrlce-B-W World; one yes,

I in your store or shop_ with, ; Ii'if.th )?pay for it., I "You"You are are I rlghtreplled suppose" ,the stranger .y._the, Dao.eum.rIi Borrwaad IMIUd..p,, Pas liAaeav the brokendown BOTTU tor 91.W. .'

out seeing goods that these Passing, a whisky saloon, a "Yes. I'm the owner" Interruptedthe with SAM directions.LB 6mm--fmmm lor name bjr core.writta*' to< BLOOD tt: '

.. same people should own- man staggered out, struck his other, '"and Just let me tell you BALM Co. ATUKTA. G... When writing tor OrWe .
5- there not' men round sample live name ol TOO trouble.it Too ;
that are many ,
should now be using. ; bead agaidst, lamp-cost, and here,who-own as-flne-a,bonn,..,this.' wm..adT.. VAAxn...*Bft?tkAUanta

iffir1iBimjB? fall to;the side*walk f\ "I quite believe! yon" serenely answered oooooooooooooooooooooooogWhen Weekly! Journal,onayssr. ,rot fl.75

These facts hold good- WbjttiMht i mutter with that th&"l ltor. '""I'm the man. :yon you want I ICall '
see, who holds the first mortgage onIt.Brooklyn r ,
even if you have been doing, ;' man?' Eagle. JOB PRINTING Or'

a good business lately, !I' He is full of bad whisky. on us.

"L They are the sort of'facts Is it,poison? 'r.ferred the Baby's Vclo. It you want all ;three papers Ta
fatlle0'' BAMKXK The New York World? TRunAtladta
which make store-keeping Yes; a deadly, poison, was the Journal
.: j I a large' and growing family, has his W99Q9099O9QOQ909& -w will make tba the most interesting in the ,answer. I troubles.' One i evenlug hls youngest low prloe of OBIT tMO-for. tae tar*)'...

world-the most tantalizing I Do you watch'' the selling of was holding forth to her best sty!*' .Advertise in",. pers. .

'ask 1'he'mother' could do nothing with thechild..so' THE'BANNER Today ts the ae acceptable>> time tassb.ctlbtTIIIBANNL
one, too. .whisky ali you do the milk? went S
the man of science t*
.J *'-' the Japanese.No. For beat results
'; the rescue."I !
Do you-realize-that you think I can quiet little Flora.laid. .- h*
can reach tb se. people every "There's no use humming to bet
At the market they found a
; week : In that silly;: Way. What she wants to ..:
nati'loobing-at' meat to see real music. The fact that I used to

If you place an Adv. if: it,was;healthy. sing In, the glee club at.Yato-and sing I' WE, DO; WAN '

in, The: Banner. I can't understand your coun- well Accordingly, too may the make professor a.difference.took",, UM P tP 'I N'l.EN'TDRS:

\ 5- 5 It's worth. trying. try, said the Japanese. You child and, striding; up ,and down the BILL to pljinff write for for patent.or em!It Odea may tlat be tetter worth befere-ap
; 5 watch the meat and:the milk and room, sang In his best manner. He HEADS R HEADS We promptly obtain U.flL aad VoreiaTr-o 'y
bad not finished the second Terse of bid
let'men sell whisky as mtich'as heard. Th NOTE ENVELOPESBUSINESS PATENTS'TIaRLTRaioorrsey
long when a ring was :

her: please.-Selected.. floor was opened and there stood a girl HEADS 'I .i.... -8.Rnd a. ..
t .
I Ie .. .... f fourteen I STATEMENTS.CIRCULAR CARDS FRhg fisuao'w. madtwee.""&&1 .
""I'm :'one of the family;: that's Just N sera 'WerliY
LLUarrLlrap ih. bet leva ., .dytb.
and .
ricrrrr v / moved Into the tat nest to yonra.Fhwre's PAMPHLETSOHMISSARY cturRa.r.racderat..- ...- tta4.ar
pRr ATeo; Cowmen>Facl .> ? TI7.
with na, and be
a sick.person T
Exaggeration is simply a form says If It's all the same to,you. would MILL ,SWIFT &' CO.v
mind letting the baby crI'tutMof Patont Ijnvymir
l"erI'Y".S-sa 1r ot intemperance, if you will only you'. 'tei Itr..sueee: rlt( CHECKS I. CHEO Opp. u.s.Pattut omt ,, nMnjtn< ,IIiC.D .

are the best known and > = Istea to almost any crowd 'you h 1 4..._, .2'.z RECEIPTS DRAFTSVISITING cry 1
the most reliable.-l.crown.
Every package baa behind It the renmtatlon,, ::barite to.be with and see how Chamberlain's Remedy never 41s WEDDING' N
of a boWIe whoee bualneu standard*are tb. I
highest la the trade. hey exaggerate nearly every- appoints( th<>*e..WDO. use It. for obstinate J. JONES.
/*..,.'. IMS .....ABMC wmtemapeei .J.1: hiu tbfttt and 'the ought, cold. and Irritations of the throat INVITATIONS! G CARDS.' [) ,:
t*all applicants II .oatat.a.sags Bund |KMJi g) they say I
,std ':. 1'1..,.::J a.,or Invaluable.r uoo nrtatlaa M aH., ejTVeniteMe, aBeiftir&..aatt ireacbers. are"not exempt- from.. d ly for all throat and lung dlseaseej Bold! 'TO; ORDERLETTER XttO..Q.X.JU-.w .

is M. FIRMV CO.D*roK,MleAAjg J t6e charge. : b 7 City Drug Co. and !8.E. HoOesohy, tJIJIPLEY, FLAt, ,
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saysproduction Wilton L ackaye: is still lighting i

Boa e lustilyin; The,$; ttteand.' 'telling l ,

toe mericaa soila tall ones Between; times. The ("t-! t ; I' : .
.. JOB
a a prominent otber'day be' went into his club ....r'J ; :

glace a industries of shivering says Young's Maga -- -

the natip ,:ryi; a humble thing; zine. .
It Jude, e' tbe soil; it does The drear Nqvember days, are "hb a! r) :

not reach11, ignity of a fruit here, he chanted, or almost at t I ) )PR'I'NTI'N'G ;

and barely that of a vegetable.But any rate, and soon we'll all be '
forWe i ; .past year it is figured frozen stiff as we are every! ;wln- ., J '
;.. N .f '. .
thatjfthe;" goober crop 'exceeds ter in this beautiful clifixate.Tn'eonly | 1m \ ,

in firstyalue ;$1,000.000; and this thing we have to be thanks It .

amou 1 prepared for distribu- ful for is that New Yorl4| isa*t as .,(1) ( I > ''n '
Creates ;a good impression '
tion among consumers passes cold as Montana. I can recol'iecfone ". : .,

the enormous sum of '$36,000- winter while I was out there, ; flrfJ'.: .' am 'ng"y 'ur\3 cor;.;::T" J 8

000. ;' when a sheep jumped from a respondents .and' helps :'! (.

In the economic balance of the hillock, became suddenly frozen: w. :: '

Amencan people tbe peanut apparently on the.way, and stuck in the air :c to give your'business-'')

like amass of ice. .' tfc
has established place i prestige. ,:: : !'
and 1i f a value.. It may be said But man. exclaimed one ot.is ably \ ,
that its commanding dominance interested listeners the 'law '' of y I ('
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in i in the circus and: the whistling gravity .woutd: tt allow tbat.! .

street stand. But official 'sta- I know that, replied Lackaye, ltOO

)sacs seem to give it a more. gravely.. But the law. of gravitywas' H.&* We Do NeafPrj.nting

comprehensive influence ia popular frozen, too.'t.. t&P '
1 '*' ; V**"
\.'nutrition. The analytic .. .' :O "- Reasonable: Prices.
r ,:
: ; : :
laboratories certify its richness ,.p_ ; ""' ,, ' : ,

cai-bobydrates'and. ..glucosSand! ., :Jh.,;Crab I Ijuthi WhaU's. Ear h a I 's, "'. 1.b." I .
all'of us teed. or see'm\p, Svantjuat When ihe'* vbales"Vere still frequent ,L'---; :
along the lines of passenger! travel 'H"* '4 -'" ,'. .: '>
j' :these' elements,,.our. maker across.Ibe Atlantic nothing vas ,,;more ] : ,.,.: ,

P j.vBv.alLmeaQBJet.us. common than to Bee tbe great leasts .. ,.....,... Give .us -next order.i..,; ;.
have more hurling their bulk clean ont of the "ipr .. your <:--

.peanuts.. They will l do us good.. 'p1r.waves..falUne and.back after Into> fllffbt tbe,81'through''' with tbe an and' we' will give you per.-; '.
*" '" 4 *i Jie& ,peanut 19,a,$outherpcropcIt"enriches enormous splash, ja spectacle never feet satisfaction.... 't'hus';, :. '
the soil wherever falling of Interest to the ocean touristbut I' ,
not. due to any sportive disposition inS, ,
Crown lake beans and other making one of our.: "'
on the part of tbe leviathan, of tbe you .
forgets of pe s.. Let Florida) deep-quite the contrary. Tbe breachIng i customers. ,''r ; ? { .
regular :
,of the whale Is no fun for' the .e, .
grow:more bf the, legumes and.. cbT : \
effort to 'rid \
beast. It Is a frantic : \
'thelsooner, soil ,
will the' of tbe
himself of the torture of earache.! ., .j, '. ...
'State r nk with the best. The There Is .a marine crustacean which :. .\' '. ;, :i\ .
J '1f "f. : ,, ', .
peanut) is' now taking a place pesters whales to tbe verge of endnrance' rm <\. ,1 1 .
believe "
to "
and there seems "
:.among the staples as,food, as oil that-eome whales! bave been driven J .. .::- \'' -, '

catd as butter' Pigs are, ,fond pi Insane by these tiny parasites. It J'1. \ ', -" .-T'H'. "
them and.wb.en supplied in plen- ta a crab of about tbe size of that ;. \ ,t : ,. "
which" Is' found In tbe oyster: WhenIt .
twilLput.. fat pn .the thinest ra- lodges on the whale It Infests the -

{ rback... '" Inner surface of tbe ,eyelids,and tbe ':t.d GHiPLEY: BANNER
4 ear. By swift ;rashes on the surface ,
.. .. .. the whale-ls-able;to''clear Its'eyes; hot '.----3 .

''''' ,'*-"!\<"...."' .... r. the .crnb' InUbe loner ear'cannot be '
A WUETCHKD: MISTAKE dislodged! by any such means. Fla.
b endure tbe ItAJ inrol' [painful ,distress(l of ,
I {PI.... There |s no need to'.' Listen t 1 iu "A Disappointing Wltn.... : ,LChipley I
(ferwd.muoh from Files, writes Will A., Deacon Stephen Potter one of the (1)i
ptarsli, of Biter City, N. O., till 1 got a box: pioneers of Utica. .N, Y..'". was a'/man : '; t I 0xG
fof fincUeta'ft' Vrnic* So.hej'l!' was ..eoorilouWd. of :great eccentricity but] high moral (cio
tfurDs,boit*,* ulcers,/ fever .soros; character:'--"The" deacon will speak the n .,

lyaniah rtecema, before outs It chapped 25o'at S..E.hands Al, chilblains GeacbIo' ..afd'of truth and him.shame ,the devil was ,often '.. ....... /...............

\ On one occasion a friend was engaged -
\In a lawsqlt In regard t .
l J. r land f a"few miles from Utica. He1,held it j

Mental laflcence the land at a high price. During tbe > .
That is the time ;build that home' business house
trial' he called, Deacon Potter as a wit- now or .
'iHJ v'fai-1' l ftVtbGloompville? to how valuable the-,land : you have been considering? The present business depression
ness prove t'
haa reduced the price of lumber, and building material;; labor '"'
ye ask of th&jDative! who'is lean- was. The deacon was sworn'-1 and 6vtQ' r ia cheap and plentiful, and 'you'can build now for 25 to 50 percent 0
asked' If beJcnewtbft land. less than in,
[Ing over the gate. "Yes." be replied "} know, eve.ry.foot '. e

Tej\'pi'leJ straigiit.-. : ahead, her of it." JUNK;. 1907 OR JUNE 1908. &
[answers.. Yh.at", dp. you..1 think It worth. Mr. I e

But met Potter was tbe next question. t _: When you think of lumber ortbuildlng material, think of us .- -
we a.man.a little! and -
way They old man paused a moment
and the fact that we have completed ,a modern up-to-date millwork -
(ff4 [back and be said ItSvas only two then said, slowly. "If I bad as many t) mill, and can fnrnUh everything made of wood used In' &
miies. dollars-as my yoke of oxen-could ,. ,: a building; from silla to comb and that we can .
dfaw-ona sled on glazelce-I vow-
|, Short faHnanrtvIng' ::". ( abit'telt I would:'not; : give--a dollar an acre torItr"youtb' '. .; DO IT QUICK., 'e
I soWel boss '* ;" *: 'fDg. :
? CowpanJon: I-d 0
Bash Mouldings Framing' Bank
..,..\ bats'tbe; -nlf.-; '.r4 :- + : >:f r;.Phyal lan.JJapan... '.. Doors Casings Flooring Drug >e
Did"ye"tntoet'! bim""Or'-P3sB' him?- Medical students to Japan.mnat.barf >< Blinds Base Ceiling Store 4!!!!..
I had eleven or twelve years of prel1m1i -,< Frames Finish Siding Fixtures.Estimates .

,.JY'7U'aTe.oas9f''d_. t. cbool5(.. No -, furnished. to station e
Freight paid
cheerfully your
arrvint bias
'Thougbrso. 'a : one may- practiced: medicine who if desired. F e

I::1 balker traded h'im. and be did been convicfed of a crime. All physicians '-. '. '
for the first;!.ten years rdnrlng t :
rori not want his boss to know how which they follow. their calllng" aanst ': 5- : MARIANA MANUFACTURING CO.

much furder had to go. keep full written:'r 0t,9: ..of all ,theft : ',2 e
cases!, and they must not Issue boast. .ao."F MAR: HANNA, FLA.

.. ful advertisements' ,or claim the,.exclusive ... : LONG DISTANCE PHONE 62.i :
/.t. right to any' healing" Invention'with i

PE E Good Roads Maxims.A a secret formula. P2ro I..........................
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good road affords an excellent 1 -r The aeat' Proof. -

: way to church. Little Ted sevenn' years,old, was sent = The 'New Yotk World DR. R. E. TILLER
to the"bathroom ford''goodscmb" be-
t A dollar spent on the road is fore. dIIPter...:'bpt returned .,fo ,Quickly -' 3 Thrlce-a-wcefc- Eeditiori. DENTAL SURGEON,
as good as two spent on the farm: that !hla" mother ,declared'1( be couldnt: :.:-
possibly have washed himself.- He replied. = The Tbrtce-a week World hopes to ben Chipley Florida.Office .
community is tbe
A known
by1 : ''Truty'1.dld,'mother, and If yop CDJO 1908 a Setter paper than It has' ever:
i roads it keeps. don't believe. It you eai. just P to.the been before and It has mado Its..arrangements over First Nat'l Bank.

Better two miles good batbroOni and looK"at the towel."-Dellneator accordingly, Its news service covers
on a
y. ga: \ ,, .- ... ,. .. ; ,, ', the entire globe, and It reports everything COOK! S/VlcRA,13 .
; 'e road than a half:.a mile on a bad > fully, promptly and accurately. Its < ,

on*. Cuttino. i : the only paper, not. a dally which Ts as -. '
k. : Attorney* ,at Law' ;
.... :..tIh/- 'I'w + =fPersops'you j
r 'Miss nomelelg&i wou"t good as a dally, and which Will keep ,OU'
.Tl1e.wl e tire ,maketh the gradpathmaster. .: SWOffk..*. Fist II....... IesL s G,
; believe It.buV al strange pion tried to r .. aa completely Informed of what u happening /
... kiss 'me'' once? Miss Cutting-Really throughout tbe'world.ThaTbrlcea ."
Well he'd bay strange ,.V .. week World Is I In its Careful attention etna all matters entrusttomreara. ,
A badj rd andJtSi travel"aresoon been 4 man fair '
; Cdlectlcas..a". f'r _
he'd tried to kiss you twlc !-'Ilrt8trat,7. : political reports. You can get the truth
parted. A8e aU"-1III1ba. time and fire-teated ,
I edtBits.. .. ':i'R: : os from Its columns, whether you are a Republican wmeaniea. ..... ., tinInternee .,
", Many'path masters spoil the or Democrat, and that J, what ', -: -
';'''ro de. t .yEr TD] '".AQq11.. you.wans. ,. '!
il'be iroO ord ail see'mod'ready lo open A spealal feature of the Tbrlce-a-we fcTJRTlS "
.A.litt1e'2'raveUs a dangerous', for Murray W, Mere, ''
ti6 thing ". N, T., wnen'bfrTlfe'war wouderfully sav r tpnbllshes[ novel by the best! author In ': '

Sow deep or wallow fall and ed.1 wq..in ,.a"Jl1'eadlulondJUon' : _, A e the, world novea,wblca In book form tell' Notary Public State at Large.;
"" writes mr skin was almost Yellow; eyed to.- for 1.BO apiece, and I Its high standard In I" ,
spring. unkenj tongue coated; emaciated from this.respect will be maintained 1 lo thefut* .. All business, entrusted':tomy

,. The horse, knoweth tbe bad losing,40.:pcuud K ,gro.wloe...]{ea er,..dally are ai In the,pa.s. :, .s carewill t'' : '
Ytrnlentftver'tmubte'ptilnng'ate': "dOWtt" to rl- 'The Thrice a week World's regular : have my.prompt
road and lettetb bis'ear drop. J-T .' 0.',
1 i death in spite ot doctor ..Then that mateb subscription price Is only' 91.00 per year; Fees. reason
Many counlrytrpadsi; are.*'pav ,d lose| nedfolne-Kle -with good intentions, but .fortheiwost 1 regained the'40 'pounds lost and) now am '. this unequalled newspaper and The Btn"! I- Can be.'found'at ,Post Office',
t and wen, For all stomach,- liver ; ec together for dne' 'for 1.63.., '
The '
: psi'ttwith' strong-!! ", i ",- '.'. ..
laud ;
; lumps of: ; and Ulll ef trodbie;they are supreme, COo. ; ;I., regular subscription price of tbwo\P', ." y iWaiisau
and rubbish. 3 "' .. r Florida ..-
atonesroots at 16.E. MoGeachy.v .- -' peral. KM: .
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[I : T Ti Personal. IL A Farmers'Farmers'Institute Institute Meeting.meetingwas ] :Town Topics IT -

held here Saturday. The at- FARMERS.
J. C. Douglass of Argyle 'was tendance was good;about 65 being WANTEDtftfod, so- HINTS TO

here Saturday. present in the forenoon. Mat ber printcr..--1'he, Banner .

ters of particular interest to the I. "' ,..-. I'I' t
D. Shrivalle was down from I
farmer was discussed from the I Earl gardners have'been put-I ,Now is the time that you realize ,
Aycock standpoint as well as workftfiis week "
I practical ting in some good 'season's work.
\ N. Dekle visited Marianna the scientific. Such meetingsare during this goodyear on your
Boost Chipley
. ; on business Friday. always beneficial, as the far- 1911. If you can't boost, 1. .;', As you sell jour cotton, grain, ', ,

. Uncle Alex Matbias Oak Hill mers rubbing up against ideas.each It go;way pacl and sit down. : stock or other produce, place ; "
other produce new '
was m town Saturday. t 1 \
would be a fine thing for the farmers You 'can teat enough in a weekto .. your. money' on open account '

; ,;:,. Ben Askew was over from Bon- to get together once a last Si' year and you .Can't ad- a reliable' bank. "". ,

flay add spent Saturday. month and exchange ideas. vertise on the, same plan either\ ,

S u Will Crawford Panama City You may ave ten ..dollars-or Pay all your bills by check, ,

spent Friday night here. : Jeff-Roberts of Roberts, spent. only ten:cents. =through reading -, which makes the best kind of a .. .-
Joe Horne of Pensacola, visted Wednesday in Chipley. the advertisements in the Banner receipt, and avoid the worry and ,
with relatives here Friday. Marianna before going a buying"But you'llsave '
Mr. Simmons was I attending the carrying
-' danger
something lime.We .
every '
: .
s A. L. Thornton was a visitor here on business Wednesday. ry '
4i /' 'understand that.. Mr. J. T. .of large sums of money. .
i;(. :' here Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. J. C. McSween and Mrs. __ '
//Washington has sold his saw mill at the .
,,x E. M. Windham of St.Andrew, Green of DeFuniak, came over six miles' 'south of tovnon the B. ,. .'. Our offices are always' .

spent Monday here on business. Monday to be with their sister, .C. rail rod' ,and that a number of l i disposal of our customers and
Mrs. J. Campbell, who is very '
,? Mr. Glascow of the 'Pinelog impr vements will be* made and / country'friends. .

sz : i '. .. section, was a visitor here Fri ill. the mill started up shortly.. ''
day. Dr. B. F. Saye of Fountain, C.. "'- '
'" the senatoria last
'qP f In ,
, in town a few hours Satur-
" \\11,: ,; { A. J. Walt of near Bonifay, was day was* morning, and his numerous week.tberestwas only 637 votes The First National Bank
' : a business visitor here Thurs- cast in Washington"county. Mr.
: friends here was glad to see him
> l >, i day. again.' Blount received 468Mr. Stockton OF CHIPLEY.

fIit: W. I. Levy of Savannah Ga., t; ,,r28,-Mr. Bryan 71. WhichivesMr. .
,. Representative R. L. McKen- Blount3OTmajoritoveroth
,Was a business visitor here Sat- ; .
, '
I d i zie of Panama City, was In town ) bis'opponents Washing
f' I ,!i '. uraay.Jordan 'attending to matters of
.. 'I. ton county},.
i ',. : Taylor of Pinelbg, was legal import in which he was in-
\ in town Thursday afternoon and terested. Some,yoti'n" menlcbmplain that Soon the blue birds will be flying Some few are still clinyingytotheir

Friday. because they are young no one from stump to stump and New Year resolutions, but
/ Mrs. M. G. Buck and her tw
Geo. Peterson of Milton, was daughters' Misses Katherine and pays any attention' to them. singing their merry notes all over most of those who "resoluted"couldn't

shaking bands with friends hen Esther, will leave next week for Nothing: ;in it. A young>> :man who creation--that, ( .is, this part of last through .the first

[does effective-workattracts more creation, which iar the main part. "
,:', Monday LaGrange' Ga.. their future home week.
attention'than an oldei" man, be- .. .
; ,
from the Mr. Buck will later. -
Howell Bowen was up go The business of the County
caus it is more unusual. If you Grindina Day
C'" P.inelog section and, spen Friday v Prof. R. W. VanBrunt left deserve attract attention you'll court was not finished up last

/t'. .' in town. Monday for Tallahassee, wherehe get it': week so court was held several Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday -

',' '; W. A. Brown of Pensacola was was summoned as a juror for < days this week. Judge Hucbi- 'of each week is griding

i : : circulating among, friends here the Leon county circuit court. /Mrs. John T Kirkland, who son was trying to clean off the days at the Cbipley\ Grist Mill.

,. Saturday. Prof. A. C. Palmer is in chargeof ives a few miles south of towns docket. M. MORRIS Prop. ,
'so dozen 'during 1910,
the school. ,298 eggs
A. A. Callaway ot, Dothan, Ala. ? : -,
& DekleCo. The
all to Campbell ; toooooooooooooooooopoooooooooooooaoMiHEADQUARTERS --1
was shaking bands with friends Mrs. J. L. Vickers, who has
eggs' netted her $50.15.She receiveda115c -
.here Friday. been on a lengthy visit to her son, *"per dozen jolt 241 dozen ,
John Maugham, at Fort Worth,, .
Col. D. H. Horne, W. T. and ;,20crforjf:; ,17, dozen. ; Sic for 28 ;
returned home few days ''
Texas a
; P. L. Horne, were in town. a tew dozen; and 30c for 12 dozen. Thisis to'Eatl' .
ago, and she seemed much im For Good !
'. Things
: hours Saturday. a splendid record.Who;. can
in health. 1
proved small
O. C. Parker of Macom, spent beat Ir a flock of I

: Thursday evening and Friday i We are pleased to state that chickens.- : '..e..elle."e"Di.. ...
'. Mrs. J. L. Campbel. who has been ," :
here on business. seriously ill for the past week or March'3ad has been announced Just Received:'
/; i A. D. May of Millers Ferry, tea days, is slightly improved.We aa,'the day for the 'county' io spelling "
town Sunday en- contests in the public schoolsof :
passed through hope this good lady may soon Raisins '
route to Pensacola. be restored to health. the atate and on April 27tb .atTallahassee' Prunes, Fruit Cakes and

W. O. Oats of Headland, Ala., W. A. Emmons, editor of The held.' 'The the state*contest committeein'chargebas will Currants Other Cakes. .
be special "
was one of the prospecting visit- in town .
Buoy, St. Andrew was issued a circular; I"erde"d All kins of Nuts;:
ors here last week.
and spent the day Monday, being that gives some derails of the contest Rabins.

Monroe Campbell of Pensacowas called here as a witness in a and"tbTese are inter .

--' ......:..... here Friday to see his moth- legal matter. This is Mr., Em- esting., County beards highly are requested Oysters Every Day.

.; ; ,>er, who was quite ill. i mons' first visit here in fourteen ,taarrange fob-prizes or '

j -.Attorney W. H. Price was over years. at Naturally improvements., he was astonished Bro.- medals. and' it is proposed to W. W. HARVBYV

". from Marianna and'spent a make, the contest popular and a
Emmons is enthusiastic ove rthe
a portion of permanent
future prospects of the Bay coun- ,- .-

W. L., Taylor left Monday for try. Bro. Em men's was a welcome ;.... -. .
,<' Jacksonville, to attend the Masonic at the Banner office.

.: grand lodge meeting. .. .. ., ."

D. L. Campbell and C. B. No. '7'7'78. L.

of DeFuniak, were 'port of the condition of The First E SELL J "
@ National Bank at Chlpley In the Stateof ,
; Monday, professionally Florida, at tbe close of business, .,. .
wwa ,
January 7th, 1911. '
'. '
'. lss'Annie Collier spent sev BE8OURCE8.: .
'' '
eral days this and last week .at Loan and Dlscounte$187,069.32 .t' / .
LT.8. bonds to secure circulation 60,000.00
Pensacola, the'guest of friends... PremlqmlonU.S. Bonds ..... 201.00 .t' .
; Wire Fence.
lionds.'securities, etc... 6,060.00Varrante.1,092.26 Page ,,
/ _Mrs. X G. Melvin of, R. F. D 2) 6,743.25 '

:' ,'/Bonifay, Fla., was in town Friday I Banking e r:turee.house.......furniture....r.eo,..and... 20,411.18 ;:; ; Kentucky Delight Stoves.Francis .. '.::;
Dther real estate owned.. ...... 3,728.86 ..
t and'a pleasant caller at the Joe from National Bank (not 3 Washington Ranges. :
\ reserve agents).............. 14187.03 ,4<< j N ) ..... ; .. ,
-L:, Banner office. Doe from approved reserve ants 14,666.86 t. Hill and Henderson-Hull Buggies.
\ 4 ;'heck and other cash Items... 496.99 ail ,.; Rock .... ,
W. O. Butler, Jr., cashier National Bank is spending fractional! paper currency, .....,... Celebrated Columbus Wagons. r
the First nickels and cent..... ...... 108.53 .
"'. some days at Birmingham, lawful money reserve BanksSpecie..10,455.80 0.I O.'G. Burns & Colts Harness. ; ,;; .

,-' Ala., this week. L &,al-tender notes 185.00: 10,640.60 < :
.*, Redemption fund with U. S.. 1.11 Standard and Domestic Sewing Machines.. :

;,;, '., ,s Dr. McKinnon of DeFuniak, Treasurer' ..(:...per....cent......of..circulation .... 2,500.00Total = :
','::? : spent Saturday here, beingcalled ...........1200.3117.70J.J a Improved Olliver Plows. .: c .) "q

: to see Mrs. J. L. Campbell, BJJ.JTI2" __ I [. ".. & kHi d .
A i B. F. Avcrv Sons Farm Machine of. all ..
Capital stock paid In..... .....* "
: : .who was very ill. Surplus fond.....:............ 20000.00 I J 4 ,. ': '
--v UndlYld profits. less expenses : f' Knocker Fertilizer Distributors. ;: I
.; Rev. M. E. Grant of Wausau \ and tarns paid...... ... .... 1,484.11atlonal ':,' "

i \ "7',.'" was a visitor in the' city Saturday //Dividends( Bank unpaid notes....out......t'd'jf...... BO.000.00 640.00' I Puritan Guaranteed Paint. *

[ and an attendant at. the Masonic Individual check...deposits..,..4....subject....... ,.to. 13 .38..M .,.. White Rose Guaranteed Lime. .
lodge meeting.E. -r Time certificates of deposit .... 30,964.79 "
,\, i Cashier's cheeks outstanding .. 928.25 .. I )
;: Plaster Paris the best made. .
i : -
N. Everitt was in town on{ Total..,. ,...i90,397.70 .. < "
of Florida, County of Washington: ,
State "
.P Uncle Ed, "-". '
usiness Monday.
/> I I, W. O. Butler Jr.. Cashier of the i .
) who is a prosperous farmer nears bOve named bank do solemnly swear i ..
that the above statement Is true to the ,
,v ** Wausau, tells us he thinks he best of my knowledge and belief. '
W. O. BUTI.BB, Jr..Cashier Dunn-Coleman Co. *
will take a rest this year, as he \ f
f E. N. Dflkle
.', has make fifty-three crops-52 Correct-Attest: {S. A. Alford. ..
sice.his marriage and one before ( A. D. Cam pbell.Directors. :' A. G. McQUAGGE, General Manager.

'married. We think un- Subscribed and sworn to before me this ,
je was 14th day of January, 1911.
-.i:+ fcle Edie. entitled to rest. / B. F.(Scarlett, Notary Public. | .





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