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Title: The Chipley banner
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Publisher: C. Tharp & Co.
Place of Publication: Chipley Washington County Fla
Creation Date: January 25, 1912
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'Vol. XIX. ; I Chipley, \Vaaliin0ton County Florida January J2Sth. 1912. No. 30 I
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Henry Farrior Announces. for Sheriff1. plated by law. I believe in the Choice Cotton Seed for'SafeHasting's '1't

appointment of competent, effi- .
To the: Democratic Voters of New Bank
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fk Get cient and courteous deputies. I
your, Washington County: believe that there are certain duties Alexander's Money' Maker.: :'!.

BEEF; Iq the coming Democrrtic Pf i- conhected with the office Alexander's' 90-Day" Quick .. '.....
mar 'e8 the voters of Washington Crop.. ',,. 'r.
PORK, which can be handled better by -
, ;u- county will be.called upon to nom- immediate J. 'p. SCELL., \.
the Sheriff having at his "
SAUSAGE, Etc inate a Sheriff to be elected for .. '
command good dogs, there- \
the next four: years. I have .made Get tt at Scbell's. Delivered free. :t '
-FROM fore, I promise, if elected, to purchase .
my announcement as a candidatefor '
CITY, :' MARKET this office and desire to 'say and maintain at my own <. i
,, expense, two good bloodhoundsfor NEW
in support of Candidacy that,
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MONB'' IOB. the use of the county. ... ,
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in my opinion, the Sheriff of the '
.) In, the Little Building HENRY FARRIOR.

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We guaranteeyou good meat and will give you ple and attend to the duties oft eoffice' GIN NOTICE. Shop.

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prompt service.: JIM SKINNER, Proprietor. The Gin Co. wishes 'to
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do, it elected. It is the duty of announce to the people that 'as ,

AWiliV7iD15v flw l6Vai the Sheriff, as all oth' rcounty,of- I. soon as the roads and weather I have just opened a barber ''

ficials,.to keep a complete record permits, it will gin two .or more shop in the Dekle old building, on.

'.. IRA A.. HUTCHISON, Dr. T. 6. YatesEye of his official business, 'and dur- I. days to clean up the season. corner west of First Nat. Bank

.. .''"". 'Attorney'at' Law. Specialist, ing his absence to keep in chargeof Watch these columns for date. and will appreciate a share of

Will be in ChiQ.leY'at Dr. Wilson's his office a deputy at Vernon.I CHIPLEY GIN Co. your barbering trade. I guarantee -
:Office"at Vernon, Pla. .
:. office the First Tuesday in April believe, that 'the jail and the .. to give you satisfaction.

Will practice in Circuit Court ofFlorida 1912. Consultation and exami- prisoners should have'. from the Miss Maggie Daniel was real Sheave. 1Oc.. .

and th e Federal Courts nation free. Sheriff all the attention contem- sick several days last week. HairCut 26c. ;

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BANNERPUBU8HKU Primary Election Qualifications --=--
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call for the primary elections ,

WA.UTBR JONB0, Bdltoi provided qualifications for candi- YAU: :
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dates and electors, as follows: .now, ,, ,, .;
Ket.r d. at Uw ptMtoffic at Chlpler.Fla., ai QUALIFICATIONS OF CANDIDATES. '"
MOOBd daM mall iatt r. Those, and only those ,1.-
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mtsIUAH SUBSCRIPTION,:.......... .... .BATES... .....:..1.00 didates in any primary election That Campbell & Dekle Co. sells only :.the :. ,. ,; .:' ; ,.}), ',
,BIX MOUTHS,...... .. ..... ........ .60 held by the Democratic party in J '\ 'l ,1))'
THBEX MOUTHS...... ......n..... .25 Florida who are white democratic Jjcit of everything. As an illustration ,ire: ';: .f' ,: ::7: ,:;
electors, who declare under "
AdT-t.....raUB lareUhai on application. path, said oath to be filed with the ,,',' ,;: ',,"" a you' a(few-of our;specialties: .At ':: 1 1 ;-

inspectors of the election districtin ;fI' ," .... "II ,':>'.fi ,rffIIIIf,:' "
Communication on live topics. especially wbich he offers to vote, their Sterling Clothing '< >" "" ::
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of local Interest are solicited. '
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'Is, understood however, that the publish adberance to the: principles and ,I,', ;
of THE BASHER will not be responsible. organizations of the Democratic ,i ton-Brown,! J1oc : f .; ,i'J:;r.;.
for opinions expressed by; correspondents.TTK party, national' state and county, '" '"(" I
in the last general election. : :' : ;' , I
BAirxncB wants a live representative 1E1:1wjh:1Jun.SjAQee: : ; i iI
and correspondent at every 08toftlce QUALIFICATIONS FOR VOTERS. "
In the county, and will make liberal) 'arrangements Those, and only those: persons American Beauty Corsets. ,:AV' i
with the 1'11rt. parties. #' ? ,
I shall be permitted to vote at or I I 0,

participate in the management ofanyprimary : Cracker Mule Fep.d.,, :' '
TNURHDAY ...".Star., 10Ia.,, election held by, the t'; :

't'' I Democratic party in Florida who ""Beet Pulp. .' 1'1 "

The'names of icandidatea f6r, are white democratic electors, I : ,'
'the democratic nomination for who declare tbeir adherence to We carry the largest stock of ,goods in : : ,1_ :,:':::

,president will be printed on the to the principles and organization ,
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.primary,ballotand the people" of of democratic part}.. national I ," "Washington county.; "and your every want *o *, "t-,.:'
time state and county, who' are \ '
'Florida will for the first ,
havean i ,,opportunity, to express by the laws of the state' lawful '".,. 'and wish can be. supplied our" store. ,. : '. 0(,:. ',., ",
electors of the district in which
"dent.Itheir'choice directly' for presi they offer to vote, who have paid ':" ,__ 41Ne.invite you .to-be;ancustomer...>of" ours \ .. : ." ;;,': /.'

"- their poll taxes legally due the ''' ;during the 1912. "'i, I : ''r... ,it'' "
second Saturday in the month year ? .
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,Dave D. Davis is acandidate for ,, .. .,,:!, i
such primary election
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;Tax Assessor of Washington :
Read announcement and who( shall when chalenged by ,
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:Mr. Davis has lived in this coun- any elector, make in. Writing his Campbell & Dekle Company. .

'ty all his life,.so is,no stranger to oath before an inspector that he
:our people. We believe he would supported the nominees of the

make: a faithful and competent officer last Democratic primaries for
if elected. state and county officers provided .. '-.
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the Republican conventionheld ries, and,that he will support the ANNOUNCFMENTS.head '., ''The First National Bank.Demlgnated
at Vernon last Friday dele- nominees of this primary. .
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,.gatss to attend the state convention .. I .seowocapeeet.wpdee-ihU I 'rOF* PENS COLXFLX,, \ ), I'". "'-
:' at Palatka,'on l February 6th, Even a getful n seldom head will be $5 for all county officers, ex'

,.'were'elected as follows: H. T. forgets about that $5 you owe cept County Commissioners and members Depositary of the United State. W"
Williams B. C. Young and C. E. him. of School) lJoard.wblcb will bel2. each. .
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''Pleas. :Alternates,'H. J., Jones, .. All announcements most be paid for 'In Oldest and Larpe.f Bantt'In West Florida.: w, ,,:
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advance. ,
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; E. D. Horne and. .J.-.E... Cailey. The farmers are getting busy. ,"'' '". : '. -, .. ;.'. uA ..-., -Iii.1'-. ..,:;.'.'.'.,..
y' Plowing season is;at hand and 'Pel' Sheriff. I .' Capital Half'Million Dollars. '
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gin annoncement. column from ,farmers will p, I hereby aBn umc rfnyeJl-a. Candidate \ '
now on push ;
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for Sheriff of Washington count,subjectto : 'T\"I'\ icf'4
you will find the notice of D. AJ the:work of ,preparing, the land the action of,the Demacratle Primaries '
Thanking toiWn.*dva.we fo*; Interest Paid In.Savin Department it Rate of 4 cent Annum..
McMillan,'who offers for Sheriff, for ,the seed time, which is near your support per per ;"
subject to democratic. prim at hand. and ippg04GeAibu; rstrul'.ri481fi..13'w '.. \I

ries. "Gus as he is tamiliarly W"t.WAMS.tR. The FMrstNotional Batik

01. known, was born 'and reared to The ,W. O. W. ,of the Chipley ..., } : OP. PBMBACOL.A. yw'

Washington county, is pretty Camp, had an oyster roast last I here J' for W.K. H1'... J*..Pre.ldent. W.S.KBTSBR.VIc JVM
"*thoroughly'known to the people, Wednesday night quite a' good the Democrstienominat'OIzO1' 'Sheriff ofWaehlnfftonoqunty W- J-FOR BBS. Cashier. THO 17.BBBICT. A.ut.Cachler.. W.N. ROBBRTB. A....Cohtor
; |>JiBoiplnateiTand Plrct>:-F,C.Brent. W.'A.Bount.( W.s"ItVIlel'. Wm.H.ICDowle.. WK.H.t.
4 and has the qualities tor the mak- crowd of the, Sovereigns were elected I promise to,faithfully discharge W. J.Forbra. Knowle H er. Tho& W.Brew. >aFARQUHAF
'in2' of a' good Sheriff. present, as.well as a number of all,theduttesotthergfil l imperially so .:
,' TRead In the prompt ellecq lon and service of ',".
visiting.Woodmen,. all of whom :wrlt/.botntor1mlnal and MACHINERY
.. the, announcement 'of enjoyed the luscious bivalve. processes nay. \.,UuvirMloua. )ort, of COfJ
.. the count 431Bay! St -eet, .,to.:
Henry Farrior>for Sheriff. Mr. -
t I respectrull'pR1ldGtht! IIQI''o1tb.
Far rior-asks-''your support ;jin T. H. Bue of the Pinelog section voters,In the Democratic, Primaries with. JACKSONVH-L- ,P. 'LORIDA.' ; l.A.j
primaries.. He is well known ; was in town Monday. Hector a conscientious frdorlreo tatidteobartet If I
elected Largest stock of
every duty.oI..foIw.QIII, ,with. loy- Machwry
/ to most of the people oi the coun- tells us.be.;,just a few days alty to voor Interest.;
,ty. Heserved the past. two ago returned trom a triJ to Ar- r 1f ours-. ,!.8ry,,,,' IJ in Florida for saw millsaylnd'

{ 'years -Marshal ot Chipleyv.and cadia. He is very much impressed BJIII.R!: ;F1Rt\IOn. planing mills. ."'It, ""

he made splendid record in that with that section., and says he ForfharjaG, f E4RQVHAR.MACHIN
position. He promises if electedto will go there again sometime in To the Democratic voters of ,Washington. f has been built foe '-
County. 57'year;
make a good Sheriff. the spring. ,
.. J ... !!Oo I be am held a candldate.befomthe 30th ,'l!riwariesto more-built today than anyoth-: .-
April and MaY"28tb. re-
Your attention is called to the Don't grumble at the cold sna'p. hgectl promise! velyor elected..tbe tQ promPLnadetgcientattention lQe, of.o)"'erjff,rnd er. Let,us tell you wd'y.aend i

announcement of John W. Wil- In this'simi-ttopicat region a real to:the&ftall" C..t.h8.tOmce. ,and fot'catalog: ,and price. 1

liams, who is a candidate for cold snap that is seasonable is honest and.Kraftlessjidmlo, .I .atratlonRespectfully. )-

':Sheriff. Mr.'Williams has reside more of blessing than a disas- q AMCMIRLAN. .

ed in Chipley for .25 years; has ter. An unusually cold winter ,, Candidate for' 'GQv Jiorl ... ]
served the county as,tax assessor down here in God's country is,invariably Fpr3ai Ye.apGI

and for the past two years has followed by a good 'crop for Tax herebyannpugctalyseIfEpan4jdste Assessor Washington county J J'J
been chief"deputy in the Sheriff's and fruit season. The cold, snap ,sobj.cttosheaction-at j itha> Democratic
Primaries, and solicit your support and I------I
-ffice"consetjaently he' is no inflicts temporary inconvenience Influence-:_.It ...h&J1i.aA4au.or.. to
stranger to the people of. Washington in a region where we are but conduct the affairs of the..office with.fair-
: county. poorly prepared for ,all: "!
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i Attention I Confederate Veterans. pensations. It not only seems to s.t5'
I mellow the ground, but a hard

Headquarters, freeze, especially if i if comes, just .D llrAS -ti -_
,Camp McMillan U. C. V. after a rain kills out the ,eggs II k
*Comrades; and chrysalises of many of the N
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You are'requested to meet at most pestiterous spieces of in- Candidate for, Congress -I
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>e Chipley on the first Saturday in sects. ,
t February-the 3rd of said month I .- _

A "' Business of importance demands I II I Tax Assessord and Collector.Dates. To the,People I{'* .t ,,District, of ; ,

' attention.S..' M. ROBERTSON Com'd. The Tax Assessoe and Collec- ,Florida. '

A. J. MATHIAS, Adjt. tor will be at the following\ placeson lam:a:!.(Candidate, for nomina- __ ? f*; Mf"

the dates given, to collect 1911 tion to tbe..sixtyi bird ''Congress, k _

a DQNT SAY YOU'RE OLD taxes and assess for 1912. su bje t.t< the>aQtion oithe Dem-
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Alma,'Friday, January' 26th. c ratic Primaries. '- I' \

Duncan Saturday, January 27th. ejected.. Jthe-ThirdDistrict;

You Only Feel Olds { Poplar: Head, Thursday, Feby. 1st. .will,be/my'parish_nd-every precinct -
Chipley, Friday and. Saturday, February ,
I.- Digestive organ are weak- don't 2nd and 3rd. io.it my C88rcialMbarge; ;1
aaslmllate food as they used to. Vernon, Lithe future' as' in the \ 5\
Monday, Feby.5th.' past : 5'
Other organs act more slowly. and
' less effectually. -. ,my sole Qurpoae aisd' highestaimwill yi
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Blood In thin and Blngglsh. be serve-the-best* interestof
Orion Lodge, ,No. 40, tq _
Renewal of.strength does not equal fax all the-people. ns'
". the wear and tear of your syatem.That' K. A. M.
.; what makes you feel old. Regular Communications: Second 'I offer-you' tbe-expertence of

Nothing In the world will tone up Saturday and Fourth Friday night In four year service JatUWltShi.D&ton :'- IJ
and Invigorate those weak, back-slid each amnjh.- ",, 'witb tIM4HmkJlaltyatoyo< r tt ,
lug organs, make rich blood and create Visiting Brethern cordially Invited.' ;.t,
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cr strength so quickly as TlnoLVlnol W. L. TAYLOR, W. M.' intcr st-oaad-. iw.lfar .Mhati >has 1:
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Is not s secret nostrum, aim. ,W. W. JONES; Sec., marked the periodiobmpiaervice t ,, 'J.
qty the medicinal elements c! theo .. ---- in the past. -:
I. O. O1. IP. NOTICE ;
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grateful to for
Ing oil eliminated and tonic Iron add am you your

r ed.. Try a bottle ot,, Vmot with -the Until furth, notice ,confidenceiand, suppjjr tn the past I

understanding that*your money will :. Chipley'Lodge No.56,,, and w.iU./Jfipricia.te/ sore than I t51
be ,returned if 'it'does" nottnakeroustronger ,I. O. O. F.;will meej 'at7:00, p. m. I \ ;
fi "' can ever tell you, your, ,
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feel younger" and give you .each Monday evening : : supportin y;'
an added Interest:, In lifer By order, ofthe'; Lodg'e. the future., .' ":
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t. B. E. McGeachy, Druggl C. A. HELTON: N.. G.' Very truly' yours.

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Pity i'IS' RATHER HARD TO PLEASE OHAMPION-HARD LUCK YARN- -X* : "

Tout Who Was Following Ponlea' Has 1r-- 'i'

: barber Faahlonable Hotel Difficult Lady In Subject the Fashionable for Tough Stingy Experience Horesman.With

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Roem Clerk.

Shop. In the days when- the JOB. $

The fashionable"lady downstairs were business ; .J)
.- came doing a big .
No in the fashionable hotel and' called race track touts were ,

Waiting. spoke sharply to the; fashionably attired in evidence at every meeting

.r ..,3 Barbers :3'ft. room clerk. bard luck stories these PRINTING' :

.". "Did not that maid'call P" she de tell were never excelled by .
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'. ; manded. class of .. :
single individuals.
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L Everything to-Now. -
Up-
,;I ,"'t,' -_ "Yes, madam, but you were not the best of these stories

: 'vt' Shave, .. ...., .'..; ... ISc.v In." .tout who was following the ." -- ,. r' .1"
: .',., haircutting ...... 25c. "How did know)"' and who reached / ,
<.*iT. !'Shampoo, .. ..'... .4" 25c. : you an :'" '.
',", '" Massage, ..... ..... 2Sc. "We'telephoned to your room and when a race meeting was' ,, Creates a good impression \ .
o ,'., ;., ."0;.f Hair. Singe. ..... ... 35c. 'then was no reply to the telephone." open. The tout was broke .
: \ "Good heavens! You must under costing a rather; stingy among,your- correspondents .

: ::. ? WeSolicit; Your Patronage. stand :that sometime do not chooseto his acquaintance, told him and helps :' "

"""v:<( Very Respectfully answer the telephone. Why did predicament, "Why, I : \ 8

:;W. I>'. Peters Propr. you not send a messenger to my a thing to eat in two days," to give, your business '

.;:':; room to see whether I was really in tout "Well said the .

or not? Did the woman come back?" "step in here to this reat .,prestige. 'I'

"COOK.McRAB. '"Yes madam, but you were at 111 buy you something."' :

"Y jj",.4'*. 'Ai4torneyei at LaW'I. .. ;, luncheon., '* ions of a big meal the poor : ,. ,
"'j-v-" Why did you not send in to me?** : t lowed the' stingy horseman _. 1 ,. .. ., ,: :
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'*:-Offks' ..M. Cki,>lej>.State, Rtak.: "It is' a rule, of the house that we restaurant. "Give this party
..''V'- ",. shall not disturb a lady patfon while of milk and piece of Do NeatprintingV !
ard.lattenttoadve..1* matter.entrwt
;;*:\. to.V earn. CoUectkmsmade. she is lunching.. said the horseman to one "": -rAt < t
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t, .Ai-eaUor: reeponlble time and firs-tested lorurance "What business have you to knaiwhether waiters. "n-ee. said the =]Reasonable Prices.a _

.:40. .. companies.R. I don't want to be disturbedat thought I was going to get .

luncheon or not? Ill have you_" meat. Change that ,: I

i but the. .atmosphere was getting, so' custard pie to mines pie," '" ; ': ,. -,-, .- .
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,i SCARLETT; highly,charged that one .left the im horseman as he left a dime' .;:'. .' ,.. ", '" ', '
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mediate vicinity. counter Add..wmt.out.. '
,.. .: Notary Public.Rea1 ;. : Give us your next orderand '

.- ;.."... IKU'tt DEPARTURE. Do you know that fully nine out C .
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71", ':. Estate Handled. tea eases bt rheumatism are we. will give you perfect
r' ItA The departure of the arch-orim. i roatlsm of:the muscles due to cold thus
'/Collections. a spec a1t inal Iku from Peldn to exile is described tor cnrOnlo rheumatism and requ satisfaction ;

I as rivaling in, splendor that ternal treatment whatever Apply ,making you' one of our
berlain's Liniment ft'eeland see
Office la First National Bank..
of the most distinguished envoy to ly It relief. 'For tale by All -" "
!gives :
-. foreign parts. All the unoccupied : .regular: customers :
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: REST: AND HEALTH TO HOTHEt AID 8HILO.v great ones of Pakin "saw him. oft rhe. .'., :" ..
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IS., wed for..WIMSLOW errer SIXTY 8ooTniNo b T.tTp.has!been ol .took: four cooks: and twenty servants HOW TRUE! ..< ,, 'r-, ., .

'V.,; MOTHERS TEETHING for with their PERFECT CHILDREN BUCCBSa: WHILE It with him, and left behind with' 4 ,,.-;, .' '"" ,", '.. ., ; .
'V: ROOTKH8 the CHILD. SOFTENS the 0 UJl8" ; '
\;: t bestnremedy| CURBS WIND COLIC. aa2 each servant's family a solatium of .., .. :.'., >- .,, ,". .
TL Is for .
DIAJRRHCEA It fa abuotatclr -' each \ '" '
servant "
fifty ounces '
harmless Be ..ct for ; moreover ,
sure oak 'tin THE ,
.. Soothing ayrufc-iur* take OtfcM w : .: '
Xll to2C fa had .to "sign on" and secure "bair : .
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ya1.dreg.. Twenty-five tea bottle.SSAY : '
for good bel uior: "It pays to ,bea

.ti'lt',. ,, traitor."-Westminster Oaaette. "
"' CHIPLEY
I BANNER ;
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''u ., SAVES TWO J.IVE8.ftteltber != ,

107 sister nor myself might be .
,, living today, if It bud not been for Dr King
Dew Discovery" writes A..D. McDonald of Chipley Fla. r
s We will'send the Banner'free.for Fayetteville.-N. C..'R F D No 8, for we both ,
,. ,- bad frightful oougbs .ht no other remedy .. ,
)1 ,.,Catheter of this school: to helped. We were lold my sister bad :con t
if 'v:' sumption. She w"s very weak and bad : '1 1 k .
} '' White Teacher night ."eats but your wonderful medicine!
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: Every : completely cured as bjotb Its ibe best 1 r
I ever used or heard of. For sore lung colds I

t .=sin Washington County i coughs, beuiorrbuxeii, .la grip: \-asthmii, buy .l Physicians Advise I
', .. foyer, croup, whooping cough, ell bronchial '
troubles-Its supieme, Trial bottles free.60o .. goodlaxatlve, to keep the bowels open and prevent the poisons> of undigested.
j; Wb'wi11 send us the ,news of and 91 (Juara tee b, 8: K McOenoby. N'vyp"N your system.
"I old man where is product of science is VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup,purely vegetable gentle
say, ,
their. community each week, or of a pleasant aromatic taste. Velvo acts on-the liver, as well as on the
gold watch you used, to bowels and IS of the greatest possible efficacy In constipation Indigestion,
every two weeks at least. REAL ART OF SELF-DEFENSE see,now that you're wearing sick headache, feverishness, coUc.flatulence. etc.. Try VF 1

affair.in ft nickel-plated case.

: Correspondents may write ,on Algsrnon of Know Attack What but to Forgot. Do In Caw alter'"Well, you* know, LAXATIVE /

any subject of general interest. to De It. .' cases.
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. f Our only request is that they re- Algernon appeared on his elevatorthe When given a. soon at the croupy
other morning with one of his appears Cbamberlaln'a Couch LIVER SYRUP

1 frat .from s'ing: the name of any fingers elaborately bound up in yards ward danger, mod cause ot anilety.: Tb
: person in a way calculated, to give of white bandaging. of mothers use it successfully Sold
.. "What's happened to your finger. Dealer* New York World. We promptly obtain U.8. and Foreign
offense. ,' "''. Algernon?" the Floor asked. -
Top
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"If hurt pretty bad, sah, t'ank :-
IN BOOK
THACKERAY
1dJ t. {e : you ear, Yo' see it was die way. week World hope to be

., ,,. Las'night :wen I lef dis place, I Idle as It may be to paper than It has ever dead iketcti Invention low
"' : wen, down town, f o* a p'om'nade 'an' worth or permanence of a and It has made I Its arrange freoreport model patentability.or photo. For free booke.cesndrolRADEMARKS <

1' 1 From You. I'se _walkin ,j-e-s' as :peaceable as I. by the} passing demand for his i globe' and Its newsservice It reports every COT write to i*

''.T .. is die minute down .on Green Witch toe.proof of the author, promptly and accurately. It t
street, Ven I 'rung into a fight an' in'the reading. By this test paper not a dally, which Is as
\We: : want the News befo', I could git out) ob de way, I eray, whose centenary we celeb and which will keep von _
e Informed ( what Is hap-
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foun de
myse'f lyin .on pavemen'wif'
F -Y Yw. recently is found to
preserve
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the world. Opposite S. Patent Office""?
,'v.j.< a col'ud gemmena standin' wif orous grip on cotemporary week World Is fair 'In Its WASHINGTON D., C, i
L. COUCLASa$3.00$3.50o4.00' his heel on dis.: heyah finger. Da's In the libraries he is always You can get the truth

: how it happen sab,; silo:' Tain't mand, a little above Scott and whether you are a Re 6O YEARS*

oren I gits into a preparrangementlike tle below, Dickens and Eliot. Democrat, and that Ii what EXPERIENCE t

.iL+ '$5:00 dat. I's v-e-ri-y careful to Void book stores of the novelists feature of tho Thrice-a-weck

SHOES" street fights w'en.. 1 seem 'em in time.. we group.as Victorian Dickens always been Its serial fiction

:" BMtkfln World' One ob de t'ings my:ol' fader always best and Thackeray next; novels by the best authors In

'UNION :use say was live. peaceable an' yo* common report, which must : which In book form sell

MADE a won' have no flghtinV Dat wy he for the fluctuations of popular and Its high' standard In TRADE MARKS
\ learned will be maintained In the fut )
Y8'eBS me de fus princibles ob se'f 'DIESIGI\i;
past. COPYRIGHTS Ac
,_ defense wen I was small so
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Try A TYPE. World's regular Anyoneeending iiketeh and description mat
4.tekly. aaoerUIn our opinion free whether anInTentim
$2.011\ now I.kin mos' always 'void even de price Is only' $1.00 per year: I*probably j>atentahlife. HANDBOOK, Communion.UonentrlotlyeonHdeiitM. .
'V, 1IItII.' wo'ue kin' ob fightin'. How does I Captain Hardress Lloyd for' 159 papers. We offer ..nt fr... Vi....' aceney for.eourln*on patents.Pateute .Patents.
taken through Munn AtrlthoaSebaiwe reeelte.pat.S l
} $2.50 do it? Well. ren' sees dat a fightilundeYiaable at a luncheon at Tuxedo, the newspaper and The Ban .| sedise. V III tile

",....001" reOaMef I jes runs away, >[y young British officer for one year price for of the,$1.65.two
f W Deuflaa; aboM are the lowest fader: say dat am de weer y' fus' "A typical British officer, .A........41.1,.ninnlral ed wee.',.. Ternn iMraoftrtr-LI
!Jon of any eulentlde :loumal. n
price.-uty coiuklcrwdl In the .world. princible .of se'f defense.. Wotrprizes said ""was.one. who, r month..L Stud bjall rewadesier,.
n... .xc.UMiS a tyl.,'aay fitting'and '
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-g -. inf .ouaJitM*"excel tho .f me,.. continued Algernon, two years at, Cairo, never got MIJNN &) Cod .. a.. "ti'New O.York C.
';;"'-.a.. ll you AY.'bees paying: looking ruefully at his finger '"is see ,the Pyramids.
)high prices for roar alioes,the next time dat I clean' felgot'to run dis time. "" 'You. he
see: 'explained,
*': :yea need 8 pair give WtL Doaglas shoes But de a-i time' I'll'fiho' 'mem our confidential letter. before CURTIS L. .
n- -x-t with and and JONES..4
.if.I a triaL Yea can save money on TOUT : i polo parties lent: it may be worth money.
j. feetweer and get. shoe* that are jail a* ber!" y 'and bridge I never,had, my obtain U.o. sad Foreign ".' r" L
that have Notary Public State at .large.
!.-- U every '
minute to
low
'-- costing joa beige prices. a myself/ ,7 '
e If you eoaIcI visit ear large factories c/LJ.SOLDI KB TURTURED. MARKS or lorn EM.!: All business entrusted td
wit.i Braekteu Man.o and see for yeerselr f Medicines that aid nature are r.ey. '* ". Send model, afcetrh
J' hew earerolly-W s L Deuglas,sheer are J For years.1 suffered" unspeakable .torture most effectual' Chamberlain's. Cough we& on send patentability.an IMMEDIATE w..givey my care.willljave my prompt
made,yea would then understand. why' from .IndigeelioB., constipation' and liver' edy act on this plan. It allay. the service and advice,'and oar reasonable .
\ they hoW their shape, fit better and trouble,wrote'A K mltb; a war vetefan ut relieve. the lungs,opus the Try n*. attention. Fees ; ,

./.. ar longer;...than W. L.other DoaitUe makse.JAinrioV MOM .ana Vftunpd Y Jr1e'I': ; *.. but Dr.Kings .New Life Fills axe aids nature In restoring the system .& CO. Can be, .found at Post Office,
oethe bottom.to pnXeec Uw _._ M ... ed me sJVrfght. They are simply great. healthy condition. Tobaanda have Lawyoi9r '
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*hub....Drtoe IJW.IZDon*>M| lnf no,lM ehoel.hMeMBo4faTBl"l, 'reNe Stai>your Try them lor any atomaeb, liver or kidney ed to IU sbperior excellence. Sold OfficeWathlnffton/ D.C. WausAu'Florida: -

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THE 'B&NNEfc.Dtr MILLIONS TfffrONQ TO MECCA Vice-President. ." 4t1asCer.' -


Arabian City U the Religious Capital Bia'ntk.MARIArINA \
Ia.rela _torT. of One-Seventh of'the Human Saved! i i"I First' ..NationalChpital ,
Race. -
M. E. Church, South-Preachth every
at and 8rd Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8')). m FLA. :-:- .I .a
L. II. Chapoello, Pastor. Although one of the most inaccessible :
Sabbath School 10 a. m. W. N. Sheats, .
refused to bebperatcd '
Superintendent. cities on earth.Mecca each year $50,000.00 .'
Prayer Meeting Thursday nights.. has visitors in such number that it on, the inbmihff I heardabout'Cardul"write3' Cerporatidaa,1rms'no'/adirid8ils./ ', ;
Tuesdaynights. Solicit Accoanto of BIilks, r
Everybody cordially Intlted. must be ranked in this particularwith '' Mr*. bualneaaTenabfeiua: I
to offer
Our twenty year. experience: : : In the banking
London and New York. Even' | Elmer Slckler of terre :
you the beat banking facllltiea of any!4nlrln West Forida.We.a1ao.ba.e a
2nd
..ncl4t.h Baptist Sunday.Church-Rev.Prtacblng Baxterpa.t.or.every the world's metropolis on the Thamescan HAute, led *I tried Car- fully equipped' Sitvin&a Department In which we pay irterest out deposlU_ '. ,,.:'Accounts -

Sabbath School. 10 a. m.. F. U. HawkSaperlnteaeeot. boast no such cosmopolitan dul, and It ,help! d 'me by mail handled aa eaally$snd ak u* by your personal busincsa.P. interview..

Prayer. Meeting Wednesday nlgbU.Postofflee character as is imparted to this mysterious fcreatiy. Now, Idbffiyfcwft \j M. GOLSON, Ceehler.UNIVERSITY .

city in the wilderness of Ara washing and Ironing.$ : .. ,- -'-- -
Directory. bia by the myriads of pilgrims, who I T

Office hours 7iW a. to. W1:OO'r m..{ BI- at the dost of incredible pains anew B63 : OF ,FLORIDA. Florida State College'For Women L.
cept; Sunday
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crowd into its 'confines.
ally
flast-bound: mall closes at 10:20e.m
i West-bonnd mail closes at 5:10: p.m. This city is the oldest place df !CA"RD'' I U'I'T : A.Saperlof,8ut'CAINESVILLE ofpesal_ a IaslHpNoa'torFlofibi 'C\: er.OVArt.end'8Clbdoea TALLAHASSEE Normal, School.
Mall from Vernon arrives 4t> 10 a. to.i resort in existence, yet of all the mil- a 8'The l"bb'd 'ltlbk. School ol Music.School of Art. School of Kxpra.
';and leaves on arrival of the east b lIncJma.ll. I sbn School ol Home EcoDo aIal.
lions who have visited it not a score Pour aolleare.agricuitarakezperlmeat: tafloll.. : First class equipment throughout.: Tuition \ "
I Uolrerelty: extenaioa. 46 profee4, .lat.1 tree. Other very low. For lnfcratoa
.. Sunday hours: lit30'to., to i:3o p: bI.i of Christians are known to have I aat. 80 per cent In&eaM; in attendance" ,lut address. expenses i'i I' y yiDWA1.
Money Orders Issued at all hours when come out alive. No flag of citizen- 'Womtin'a Tonic CatratoQUeawwtreMt< til E Pe1M I $* ". f'raW. \ I
office. la open, except :Sundays.: ,
would man's life he
ship save a were
.T P SCQELL P. M tardul is a mild> tonic
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known sacred to be a Christian of the with where; the remedy purely :vegetable! ......Cl .. .......M...... '.
precincts city,
Oar f and Semi-weekly Atlanta the Prophet himself decreed that ho and acts In a natural Assnneronthe : KNOW
BA.HNKB
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..,Journal, per year 175. unbeliever should set foot. delicate womftn- .J "
BAMHBB and Thrice .weeI New Tork Of the 225,000,000 Moslems in ly ,constitution: .btflldlrfgup ,''

,,.World, per year, $1.65.BANNfeB the world only 15,500,000 live under 'strength,; and,'toning) tip : That Mow ia the time,to build that home or business house ;
ekly Tlm a-Un- you have been conaiderlngf The present business depression
Seml-w
., n and Citizen and, per year, 11.50. the- Turkish flag, yet most of the nerves. lit''hest'50Yeats has reduced 'the price} 01lutnber and building materials; Jabor .,,
BA.HHEB and Home and Farm, per yeaJ them acknowledge the sultan df Cardul'his' helped. I i* bheap and plentiful-'und you can build now for 25 to SO per : I ,.1

:t I1.S5 Turkey as their caliph, the succes- 'lf1 re than amIlH6nwori, )
sor of the Prophet. As Mohammad. ,Ydu are 'urged: 'ifo 'try It, : ,UNE.t907.. OR 1JNE, ,1908., :: I ..

t General ..Directory. shrewdly foresaw, the Mecca pil- because we are sure thai

STATE OFFICIALS, grimage binds together his disciplesinto It will .doyougood.. When you thlnk'bf; oribuildlog- mat-rrlaJ. think of ua I tatitrth
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a unity which could be effected feet that we have completed daasdernup-too-dateittlll. 'j'
Governor-Alber W. Ollchrle6.M. At aD drag ,tores. work mill, and van fnrnlah$ everything mad ofwood used 10. I, '
\ Secretary of Stkte-:H.;'ttlat ttrawlbrd: in no other" way. : a building from sills to comb: and that we can. .l
"Mecca, says Dr. Samuel M.
a, ." Attorney General- -'Park Trammell. Ztoeher' of Arabia, "has become the 1. DO "It' QU'C -J.
Ltn.
Com -B. E. M ,
Agriculture religious capital and the center of. '
Sash Mouldings Framing Bank
Trea.llrer-Wm V. Knott.Supt. LIGHT A8 RRiifii"o CELA. .
universal pilgrimage for oneseventhof Doors Casings Flooring DrugStore
Public Inlt.ruct.lon-W. M Hollo- ,' '
i -Blinds I
Bane CeilingSiding .,
wa,. : azine.the human race.-Harper's Mag- The Danish government has begun !1 C. Croom. effort to aid the fishermen
.Comptroller an interesting : .
cheerfully'furH.beU
Frelgbt paid to your ataHbtt :
Supreme Court-Thoa. M. Shackleford, bf ,tni BaUtt by preventingthe s If dfcalred.MAUIANNA.
'Chief Justice: M. H. Mabrv. Cler*. eels from that \fee* -
8OLVJD3: A DEKl MY8TE. Y. migration
...'- Railroad CommlsBfon-It. Hudson Burr, into the'eau.'rhe-' means employed I M ANI AttLJ R1NG 'CO. Z
"I want tbauk from the bottom of
c, .> Chairman .E. C. Dunn, Clerk.,. i to you ; ; \
'' my heart," wrote C. D. Radar:,of LewlsburgVV. is a Carrier: ; of .lights" formed by '
,. t Judge first judicial circuit-J/Bmrnett!I Va. for the wonderful benefit 1 got from' plactag jftytle{ ttiotttmp.'$long'k MAatirkl: rL.A, iHere's

; Volfe.Pensacola. Electric Bitters; It cured me of a severe cai submerged' cable :betWeen the'island i 1..9'0 DIB'bA'1VGB' F>HONB lIa! J. '
:If'State Solicitor: : first Judicial circuitL. C" of stomach trouble and rheumatism! from I'

.. Wilson. 'I for which ten I yearcIt had been. suited almost my helpless case na sufterer though The of Fano: eftectlf&t&fl! told ;the tfiaoll:eoej&t of,'a '''JPunen.'barrier ...................,..... I' i

U. S. LAND OFFICE OIL 1 ICtXLS.H. ; made just ror me. For dyspepsia, indicestlon. -4* dependfl'"flpon 'th ,,1t ttthit\ \the fell -r:: '" 11 '

Chubb Oalneavllle, Fla. .jaunalce and to rid the system of kidney tnigtate--dtilj fltlrfnt'tili'aiMklhoin.: -
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# poison that causo rheumatism, Eleo- { ',' ;"texm:*A'dorkdeoa (begins :
Accordingly, !
Shield Warren,'Receiver, Gainesville.WASHINGTON od'sio !
I trio Ulttors has no equal. Trv them. Evnry; ; '
bl'guaranteed to satisfy. Only Bo at S. ,'In' the iB&utan l of iBJgraiion, the a G for '
,' COUNTY OFFICERS. K. McGeacby. lamps are illttntiaiitel.*&d. Hthni 'Ii "

i i'.ClrCUIt.Clerk-WO. Vernon. wall of light ,I* 'Httetp &d from'
Lockey,
,t\Joiifaly'Jd41fe-.l,A. Hutchison GERMAN AT NIAGARA# FALLS which' the:wls-m il.'A'limlUr piin- a Bigger asks B titet 'Bu i i ass. ; ,;

., Sheriff-U. G. Allen Chlpley.Tressurerit.Ii'rI11eP'Vdthbn.. ciple id laid to.hive;-txwft'ettployedfrom ,
time .ie....,................. .. .f ,f 1
Stolid Visitor Could Not 'See Anything. inunemeetalsby'"iaheridterr,
+ Tax As 3ssor-J.J. Wllll4ms>Chipley.
Tax Colleotor-W,;S. Gainer, Keonnria!: Especially Wonderful In the I on certAin J>aH of the 6Aflt,oflUly.tf DON'T BLOCK THE W4.YJ ''j .
Cataract.A -'s. "
Great
.. Supt. Public Instruction-B.F Gainer\ I ;
'Wauaau. betf biiyfn; fcougtfwedielrie for obll-.
i, a ,
Supervisor of Bealesratlon-J. W. native'of Germany was visiting I dren bear In mind that Chamberlain's CoftitftItembty Move as fast as.the.prdcession-or, move out. Take
Gainer Eoondna.t an American friend in New York, >0"0'ollcltor. -A. D. Carmichael, and the latter bethought himself to efcd''*to6plng! R1al'AlId *ftIi" If Uiatain .' '
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>Chipley. take his guest on a visit to Niagara no harmful drug For kale by All Heater 1 behind. ;

County !HUfveyof-Tn08.:i ( Colling) Cary- Fulls. The American, accustomed to .,---1Th-- .. i
vllle, >Fla.Uouaty. i Dbri't' statnd Ideas. \ -
bursts of wonderment and enthusiasm iQ the Wayof new Don't pause in-the i

Commtsslohers: not little astonished to ANALOGY. path better system. Ddn't settle 'down I ':
...J, T. Hlghtower, Chairman, Vernon was- a on the ladder of
A.C4 Gilbert Chipley. eee his :Teutonic friend stand and "If nature had intended man to success.: TJon't he a barnacle on the ship of pre Kress. <

8..'L.,Davli, Wausau.J.H. 'gaze stolidly minute after: minute fly," said the positive'persdn, !'she : i ..
.Porter Mtllvllle )
upon that roaring cataract, with ut'ernumg .
would have .given him wingsl""I
'' ** ; dban re"meaii8: progress.
V.'F. Guftb. Santa Bosa. Progress'meansadvancement I
: the faintest sign ,of emo- aviator
then the
Board suppose, / replied .
School: : 1
tion.
Finally, unable any longet to "that if 'intended to
G. B. Bush Chairman, Orange Hill man-were '
Advanc ment-means njdvement. 'MOVE
conctal his and r : !
chagrin'1 disappointment
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.\a.: J. Gainer, St. Andrew. travel by water he would"Web- ,
W. F. Russ Vernou. ,, 'the American turned to''his footed." 1 i '-,

companion and asked: "Don't you ,. 'a 1 'J DON'T'BMCK ITHfe: WAYI! '

..' CHIPLEY CITY OFFICIALS.. think that's a wonderful sight?" THE ..tgXCEPTION."The ; J -", -" ,. .,- .- .... ... h-- ,., a.'L. I
,v1'May or-H.'H. Wells. "VotP* asked the Dutchman. "Why, '
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'Marshal U. M. '
? Farrlor. that gigantig body of water pouringover big peaches are always on
.Clerk and Treasurer W. W. Cook.
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that lofty The German top.
precipice. ,
Council-A.-D. Carmichael, chairman,
CI;'B. Dunn,J. UcGeachy. C. :E. 'harp stood for a few seconds longer, "Not: always. I "fcnoV a kittle ,

,.:WO.ButlerJr.. until he got the idea! digested, then peach who'leads everything on this oo fo
-- fr' looked up blankly and asked: 'Vell, town." ,I

: vot's to hinder it?" i '.

.' Banner TERRA 1 t111000Pfly'A.. ,;

The THE .ASSOUAN DAM. -
"Why "do ''you guy Uiblbt-hipr'ofoujdedly s "

..' In the building of the Assouan' learned-mail f '
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dam in Egypt 5,000 Italians were 4fBec'l tise"he, .hAt.r. in he: .'. .,'

Chipley, Fla.fl employed. The work cost jive mil back of the,dictionary, ". ,; ,r'-' ',.'
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lions ,of pounds sterling, and will +
tptniUdinjr.cf than for itself. The DBAftt IN KUAAINU'Film, 3 1 : -.j :::
Studs for the .ofl] soon more pay .. .' ,"
great dam throws the water of 'the mar riot Mftt'frWttebrt. gf 'tre-bUi' < .;- ,

., Chlplcy, Nile ,back for 150 miles. The con but linen e'lMe Unrae' aee'ea'used' that re' '. .. ,': "
qUIre quick .4I4tel tf H.kl *'s Arnica Salve, A handsome ityle in .. ;.., '
servation of this volume of water new .' .J
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the quickest surest cure tor burns woundsbruises + '
u ...,,: [Washington. County., means that for 800 miles along the boils,sores. :'It subdues Inflanadtlou r our' Dian and .pedal Gia.dc $3" 'lOO"f ?;' /.,

:,'' banks, where formerly one crop was It kills pain It soothes and heals. Drives that will give'- the fi1is17ing '. Vii' .
fji*** **** ..:. --r -' Xnd FlorIda; grown j three crops are ,now grown off klu eruptions,'nicer* of.piles.: Untf 25o '{touch co''stumer ... ( ..,
This wonderfnl at ti. E. McGeachy's. to ny \,
per annum. work "
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Sabcription$1 Per -Year.'We a thoroughly prosperous country, A. (G. \ ; '
y and the great mystery is why the 'McQuagge, Aafk yotir deileV to1 H6"yv'y6ii'lkhi8'!; "itylc ''b. :,rtPiannond 'r. ; '

dam waa not built long ago. Not t lY\: Public. 1 Brand Slioe't. He Ahdtild haiyeiniall (a..a' ,

,. make a Specialty of State ,,at Large. 'n' : ... "
,4.'v:" ARTISTIC SENTIMENT. grades, it'alTprtee*, lforAien'

.i'i":'. ; ', .' 'iSTeat, "Will and Winnie- certainly do' A D. CABMJCHAE:' \ 3J v as well as 'for"womctf n'dHOISZ Mi'en.'IYEjMAK .

'ArtisticCommerclai' look like :
a harmonious couple. *- AtttyfHey' LrtVlr"

: 'Printing "Yea; his dark skin looks so well t> ..Colleotioosa8pecialts |. 1
WI with her olive'green silk."
'tht:, '.lfr' Via '

.'r .. MORE'P1 Y + A.ANY k077LW .

/ ':;The, Banner '' meats Constipation and Isorders la toe that cause make of life mans mlstra.bTe. all.. 'D J J... 'J.ONE&.. '' '/// T VCS ..

> Take Chamberlain's Stnmaob and J..I" '' -. .. ., .,- '... 'J
Tablets : : .' .
r keep your bowels regular and -
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IOU will avoid theseilliieaees. For talc i>v '' / ;,
'Chipley'Fla. All Dealers: VII IP LEY, FLA. I Tfy an 'advertisement in The !Baraer.'

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1. ; .. No Time Wasted.

.. r t.. '. Prlctiy Am Poke Root and Potassium
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', .i ErOmpt Action 'Pleasing Many r Prompt Powerful Permanent

i Chipley. izeDs. Its beneficial .(. ,Stubborn' tase Good result are
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.) fact are usually yield to P. P. P. lasting.-U cure
WU w.rf Q QYi Get down to the cause of everything his very quickly wb'D Gtbfll'medl- ;you toitaycurodCinw

Bad backs. are caused by sick kid. are usalea* '

neys.
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Doan's Kidney. Pills arc for kidneys ,
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.e 9 J '' "rNo time wasted trying to cure other system-clears the brain-strengthens digestion and nerves.

\ troubles. A positive specific.for. Blood Poison and skin diseases. .

,r k Chipley j TTifTrj'v.endorse. >their, \ 'merit. Drives out Rheumatism and Stops the Paid; ends Malaria;

CAdpi,01Thr.: Mrs. Nancy Richards Second St.. is a wonderful tonic and bodyrbuilder.' Thousands endorse it.
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: .. j Chipley,1' fra! *, .say.l':" 'Down's Kidney ) '

,' ,.'<.;'; ', j Pills'rid iriebf' kidney trouble three F. V. UPPMAN, SAVANNAH, GA.,
Rn "If, '. the has been
v.'" "" :veara aeo and cure: permanent.
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1 i gladly re endorse this rem-
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t : \ \.', FiGR ;. r' ed'y r.:" I had been. in poor 'health quite* "

: '";. a while'1 and't now believe it was all .G............. .... $
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: Trw} was constant' \'pain in the small
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r : ; ...,. .;:; "," fot. ., subject .headache. I slept 'poorly i Wir.e'.Fence ,1e.

..h, 11 and what rest Ltd get, ,did not refresh -
\ me I heard ''so much about *
', 'I" DoanIdneyPills:;, ; I,decided to give ,
.\, 't tI ...--... ,. ." them'a' trial and got a box at McGea,.. .:0sa
Cc I ':'" oJ 'I Chy's drug store. I have much to be .
I \ Ii jbal1kf; Uor.. This remedy lived up to ,
... ,. t I Ml'Claims mrde'for it, 'correcting my :1q.
} 0.9+ of'' : trouble." .

7 Third G ,.' For sale by all dealers. Price 50 S 1 30

p ws ;, cehti'i'Foster1Milbutn"' i ,Co., Buffalo,
., t. I i Mew :York,,sole agents! for the United .24
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; rt Department of the Interior;
... ... U.'S. Land Office at Gainesville, Florida
:4. I solicit' consideration t December 18. 1911. ....-.......... -\........ .+.w.. ,, J.[ r.W'w.w. + -wYM'rwwu'r..
your up- swwR ya
: .... ... .. :Notice Is hereby given that John D.
.... ,. iv. a. ,tt.'p-".* .* tji.tf">... .- -.t*", -1l' "
on the principles to be Ilarreli whose-- post office address isUreenheaa e e
published
} the eth day .

';h' and'discussed jn the campaign.training... of Statement Much, lim and'Iorlda\file Application-dldhon,oflica:No. 08466 Sworn to : Just ,a word Farmers and Fence Builders ,:

". 'f. '" purchase the NK of 8WJt, Unction 24,
tl, ; :1'I'', Iy 18JI\\y.JRtt'Dct\ and Township 1 north. Range 15 west Tallahassee : .
.' .. and the timber thereon, Uavin'g
"' Meridian, : made deal for Ten Car Loads
.study.an ardent supporterofour Ir. under the provisions of the act of June 3. ,
T ,. I878.'and aots amendatory, known'as the
.. ,J oFP!.trofggl; 'rnlent. .wLtb.., U ;Timber I and Stone Law,' at such valueas ,11, of the .Best .American r3teel, Wire, Fence weS :
I might be tied by appraisement: and ,, :
: bree distilJtive; and alluring 4 1\1 "such' th<
n1 ,>; .' than, pursuant to application eland
,, ." brancheal >>\oi and timber thereon have been ap- are in position to make you better prices e

't : riT( '> .....,-.' ,., j.,1.,.,,',,.Legislative; 2, Judi-.' I-KT praisedatThree' 'Hundred Twenty Doan
lars the timber estimated : at 80,000
,
>cial;. a.j.Executjivej;, yhfeb} sjtiojiijd board feet at 83.60 per/M., and the land : than ever before. :
t., JJit HO.OO and the land bas a distinct value ofU.OO *
controlled of, by and for all per acre for turpentine : s
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.. T j eald'appllcant will offer final proof : Be sure see us before buying wire's
f.tlie; people. whether, natura l.kor il* In support or, his application and sworn .you
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statement on the 88th day 'of February s

,. J atatifiialIwbQUtate, -. by". eD- '0,"i 19194 Vernon before, Florida.the Clerk of the.Circuit Courtat :: elsewhere It"means,. mopey,..saved.Chipley :

..,crQaclunent. % by one. depwartment Anv person Is at liberty to protest this
\r--4 purchase before entry,or Inltiare a con e
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.' tlpoa the other..,or..,tiptatlttatfaFo- Jt" test at any time before patent' Issues, by e
'4 corroborated affidavit' this 0- .

:, K-' pie's'rights byr riD"...,,,rule; factionalism "* .-... tide the lllnir,entry.alleging: facts which would defeat ;:e .}Mdw. "Co.,i--'

c ,. ,',judicial ,.construction <> It t t.lotherwiae. .' Henry: S. Chubb ,

.: Let.,.us';'emulate_. +,..-our\ ,' ,a"f I. Bd" .fee paid ._FOR PUBICATION.?Register.. ".....$......................_.../

.:NOTICE> .. ,
fathers as aqdidajes and as of the Interior I. -
...= men ? Department
.. ." ; U. 8.Land Offlc at Gainesville, Fla.
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a .. voters.a. Let UH study and realize. .. ,, .. January 6, 1012. High Class Saw Mill Machinery.l .
l "w ".1 w Hear : Notice in hereby given that Amanda
I v ::our'poslt'iod. 'copcetn' the mud r- Anderson, widow or henry C. Ader on.'de 40&
\ ff41lle .Ht tlr T! aa'hw; !: +r. ar.r._1 i)1'I I fla 'It,'ef"Fonntaff'll'Florld.l& :who on We' carryatour new warehouse
/ '.1 pose of government, the solemn! February 23. 1900. made Homestead" Entry and 410 East Bay St., a large tock of
: Herlal No. 0005, for HM of SE< and NE3(' Portable and Stationary Engines; Locomotive
ty of our obligations' as dozens tBf:} Section: Township 1 north, and Horizontal Return FlueBoilers
aage,13 west Tallahassee.. Meridian ,; ;Saw-Mills, Planers, Edjfers,
and be true to the tjus ..reposed. 44 i has filed.noflce/ of Intention td make Fin .; awa, ,felting and Mill Suppliesjalno;
&1 ebnlnnmtton Proof. to establish claimto
saw-will "We also
engine and repairs.
: in us by tbo.e....whose, ....,I'.T: .arne-'n".s..,W..r.' 01it. '.. 5T.. Lewis the land;'U.-S.'Cotamtssloner abave described before, at Marl-Amos handle the celebrated line of. HUSTLER -,

and sacrifice erected this great anna Florida, on the 14th day of Feb-! vr. TAYLOR VANCE. AMRER-
uary,1 12. ICAN and DELOACH. Saw Millr,,
,, 1 constitutional, government: Let : f .JIalmft.nt names as witnesses John K.: ERIE;/ LEFFEL, TAYLOR Vand
ytes.-C. B. Flumer, June Robinson, SOUTHERN Engines and Boilers PERKINS Shingle Mill Machinery. .Spe-
,j us not for favpr. or >MfOD.cir-( : \ Fountain'Fls.Beare ;' '
I i T4gt)54If 0Ia.ILII:91; cial Stave Machinery for Turpentine Plants. ;
8.: Chubb immediate Shipment. Get our prices: ,betore buying.
t cumvent the purpose or power Sd fee paid. Register. Large stock carried .
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A postal bring our
,:. ,:! i We can save you money.
;',. of the primary in the selection' NOTICE. FOB PUBLICATION. Write;for literature covering your special requirements. A V
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January 20. 1912. 408 Q 410 E. Hay St. Jacksonville, Florida....
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you Jip,1S'81 ,n YJl r. !rt. Notice Is hereby given that William T. Long Dl.tatto Telephon No 74.. .; .
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'. Ina, Floridawbo.. on
the best services. )rarVlor of ECon
November 14, 1910 made Homestead Entry .
.- Serial No. 07671, for NE&; Section: 14, NOTICE FOR, PUBLICATION i
.'. I ASK NO,Jt STY..QOM.: >: Township north. Range 13 west, Talla- Department of the Interior
tassee Meridian has filed notice of Intention U. S. Land URicfl at Gainesville, Fla.
M1T.C; S; to make Final Commutation proofto December li( 1911 'SPECIAL
( !, establish claim to the land above described Notice Is hereby given that Tallin A. ,
I am".not fore'ypl.1 tojrin .,,so before the Clerk of the Circuit finch of Econfina. }.'Iorl : rd Court at Vernon. Florida! on tbejMthday: 25! 1009. made Homestead Entry
: mucb'as; lain to; be' true to' self ." .' of February. 1912. 0' Serial No. 03838, for EX of HVVtf: Section 14
Claimant names AS witnesses! ; J. W. 20. Township 1 north Radar 13 west,
I-l and td my : ove.nment.: t shall, raylor. 11. L. Wal.lnlrba.m. Louis Walsngham. 'allahasaee ,Meridian has iiled notice .
;. Willis Taylor all of Econfina nftntent.lon.to make Final Commutation DiyjMfer r
;,. : :tateraent: either on the ; 1 Florida. Proof.' to establish claim to the land above nt .
S. Chubb
stump <- Henry described, before the Clerk of the Circuit "
r.J in.. the .press? ;. merelp. *tow : Edl: Repaid.; .Register.Wood's Court at Vernon Florida' on tbe Slat dad THIS !
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of January U>1S. PORTABLE
please you, or to catch 'your. vote. "' 'Clalmani mimesa* witnesses: Perry "
.; > HV* fi- lutcliIson. Jnllu Hfcnots. \VI1I Manner.V. .
,.:I ;.';' I shall appeal to your intelligence. .\ S. Finch! all of l 1.'onlll1lt'lurldll.( ... LAMP
Seeds I ll Miry S. Chiil,
,. not to your passion, or ..tactioa. Ed feo paid. UeolstHr.i .
( HOME
1 ''Y Government to be permanent For 19 2. ; sin ,
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'. must. be. founded. *upon i intelligence. New Descriptive Catalog .
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: It is for toe protection rand ... folly up-to-date, and tells .11 OFFICE

; 'about the bestGarden
preservation of individual
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ti; ", and public rights. !, not_to-! er. .. and I J .48
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: :: and promote the.jnterests! of.ia.ny. ?b Farm Seeds. .
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Gall _..
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,, individual anfactiQnttAry.! a, to. 'Jt! Every .farmer and gardener': '( C'OM'PLETE. .
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of this "
should have a copy cata-
't the equalothers. privilegfaadiggtsof! : tni.. log,which baa long been recognized -. _iatH This Lamp is handsomely;

.. i' .. a standard authority. nickelled,.'' height 29 inches,

I i If you award me this great. for the full and correct informa-. I. ""I i The simplest, lightest running,fast- equipped with automatic selfcleahing" -
tion which it gives. eel cutting saw mill ever built-s mill ,
(Urust{ I promise you my best.. I.. \ We are headquarters for that you can buy at the right;price and needle, globe and
sbalttstelem.itan.lio. \ff with which you can make big money; pump UsUal price $22.00.
ortorepre. Grass and Clover Seeds, Seed
sent and District, only Potatoes, Seed Oats Cow Peas, It's all.in the Taylor Feed We have tHe best-line of Man.
you : your,,.. ,.,. tIes and in.the Southat
Seeds.Wood's supplies
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\ -, i Ii, fSohie ;&U: Fang. Every mill fitted with wire cable drive,
ttri/" elected by your honest, loy-- set "'ont attachments and adjustableidler. lowest .prices., Estimatesand
mailed
>> Descriptive Catalog carriage-backing des
4 ", I .I f Jmee on re Uesil: Write lot it vice is quick acting and a time saver *
7 \ Made in all sizes, portable and sta' >
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T.W WOOD'S SONS.' tionary. Standard Co.
Light
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>\V.P10urhoy.: ,. .. We manufacture Engines, Boilers,
Seedsmen, Richmond, V& Shingle Cut-Off Saws,Wood ,
.. "': j I Machines,
"J -' I Splitters, eta., and do Foundry Work, 111 EAST BAY ST.
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If you don't see it in the Ban- Writs for Information rOil mad.and prl
nor, perhaps you neglected to (Mallary &Taylor Iron Works. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
ere s J .. -5 [, r ,i er ell us. MACOM, GA.9a .

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4 ] Personal. IT was crossing paInts with : Town Topics. fl "I.;

friends here Saturday\ r BtrtriEEi' .,... ...FFfrL.Fi'.EFi'.:....i.Ert
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O. M. Pryor of Mobile, was in J. A.and Thomas.was had his subscription in town: Saturday Read the advertisement. .of'. the h' Fi p: ': pp..ose ;It, I
new barber shop.
town Friday. date set up 12 months. (tEn'erirY ,
.. s.iti i.a si'ieeie: w "
f Jobu Waisin bam was up from J. J.: Williams came in from his has made more men '(
.'';''".Wausau. Friday. round assessing taxes and spent famous than merit. ; ; I I handle. business' 4I
is to
; I It our purpose any
T. L. Davis of Orange Hill was Saturday and Sunday,at home.I The fireless cooker is all right, ..I.t.'tQ.' us;JtI affair:': Ii,
.. eptrusted .: lISlcb' and liberal ;
in town, Tuesday. it"C. D. G., Brock of near, Garyville. but what we need is somethingto

C..Johnson of Vernon, was 'was mingling with friends and cook. manner as to make' .
business here Satur- '
transacting .
in the city Friday. I' The racefor sheriff 'bids fair .Jhe'-cu8'omeT'L't"? ; >.
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; v a jfr 'i 'i slation"with )!
Louis'T. Sims made' a trip' ,- to day.A.. D. McMillan of Millville,one to be the warmesteventin; Wash ,. ..: : this f
South Tuesday. f ,
port,
ington, count's political season. '
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Y of the candidates for sheriff, was i i bank satisfactory' ;
'. deputy'Sheriff Carter ,was up shaking hands with friends here Start the new.year by &ettling ;
Vernon and profitable.. I ..
trom Friday. Friday.
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I upfyour accounts., If yOU haven't ,!' w-

W.' A Evans of near Gracevillewas L. W.. Ennis and family returned the money-well--then earn it.., Aside from the, excellent facilities o1f rdedi. \' ,
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in town Saturday. Saturday from a visit ot "
two weeks with his parents In X. W. Weeks has located at this bank hag the advantage of alarge ,
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: W. F. Alexander of Atlanta, : .. ; ...
""Georgia. Bonifay for the practice of law, "" t. '!i: .r if' .J1f' I ):
1 was in the city Friday.' *.r. and leaves ibis week with his t apital and Surplus. \ v'" 'l"
W T. Farrior, (Happy Tom)
W. L. Sessoms ( Bbnifay, I : for that .
9 of the Econfina section, was in family place.S. '
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"'r, spent' Saturday in town. town Thursday mingling with E. McGeachy received his .e-illh -

)j;: W. C. Lo .key was up fron Vernon friends.' new soda fount this week, but .' -,
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g ,. and spent Friday.night. / Nat R. Foster of Montgomery unfortunately the marble to enclose First _

t J. R. Moody of Vernon, transacted /representing the Advertiser, and, it was all broken.Extravigance ; '
JnirtTBank
business here Monday. [other publications..."was in the National l ; t '
ruins
quite as
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1 .; city Tuesday.v : .
I W. O.'Butler, Jr.', made a tripg homes as the high cost of '
g Graceville and Campbellton yesterday r onroe Campbell, master many paterfamilias ; ./_ of
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prudent
livingThe
trains at Pensacola, was here Saturday ..
( afternoon for a short visi and mater-familiaus will ...J\\ ',j
W. H. Campbell of Vernon,) with his parents. : guard against both evils. sChipley.PANAMA '
I was a business visitor the city .
: Tuesday. sAttorney J. Walter .Kehoe pt Panama City .had another' fire

I' Pensacola, was in town Saturdayand Sunday night. The ice plant, '
i Charlie Douglass spent several his -
was warmly greeted by .
at' and Westville valued at more than $30,000 was -
,:: days Bo'nifay' ; numerous friends. '
last week burned. Only $SOOQ, ,insurance

1 Lee Wells is spending some was carried. It,n said the'plant The ice plant and dwelling A. L.j ,
Attorney H. H. Wells was out days this week at Louisville and will be rebuilt at once., ; CITY. Williams was destroyed by fire"'Sun-j ,

I'i of town on business. a few"days St. Louis, where he is combining i, E. N. Dekle of Chipley,'was a visit. day night Origin of fire i. unknown..I
last week. pleasure: "witb business. The; editor ot the woman.s department -
'c' I or here last week. Many thousand feet of lumber learn
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p t, W. A. Sessoms was, over from- ,f,s W.* L. Taylor returned .of a. popular,1 ..magazine"; ,I O. W..Tedford left. Sunday for'......Vernon master St. Andrews, John Bay Bie weekly.Miller, which The four hail
f Bpnifayand spent, the day ,.here /evening: from Jacksonville rid@ says that the fact ,that, womancan on business. been loading lumber at Southport left!
Thursday. he had attended the / roast her neighbor; to a. nice Work of laying: waterworks. ,pipe is last week with 650,000 feet of lumbcrj,
I. Grand Lodge meeting. delicate brown is no absolute being Along rapidly. going to Santa Cruz The Coral Lest.|
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Delh Watts of Cottqndale, i Sam HUt an left Saturday for a few is also at resent loading at Southport j
Mrs. McCrary guarantee that,,she,is a.good,cook .. .
through
A. F. passed Marlanna.
.,, 'was the'guest of friendsIjere a days stcty at .
it day or'tw last week.., town Saturday enroute to his Let us work and stimulate every Miss Kate Gainer spent Tuesday in Some. unknown philosophe
home near Graceville;' be had at- legitimate.enterprise by giving Southport with friends:
said Four boxes rule tbi
once : |
',-:.. Judge I. A. Mutchison waS up tended grand lodge meetiug. of. .it all the friendly encourage Walker Gainer has returned to Chip- ; world.-cartridge box, ballot boil
from Vernon and spent'theweek Masons at Jacksonville. Icy after a short visit with relatives. *,
g v ment we can. and unite our industry !jury box and band-box.
end with his family. candidate fox Our mayor, G. H. McKenzie was
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11 John T. Britt : intelligence and capital married at Valdosta Ga.,'last week, I L .
T.:L. Jones of near Wausau, heriff, returned from Jacksonville in a common cause for the good. to Miss Fannfe James., WANTED. '

'' was one of the prosperous farm- Saturday morning where be of our town. Misses Gate Gainer and Jesse Las- '
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V Ben Hudson Levy. Hudson an! meeting, and the meeting of the Mr. Joe Haley returned from Texasa Price lo 'A
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iLonie Gainer of Vernon, wer State democratic executive comittee. / young few days ago with his bride. They per
Visitors here Saturday. s apply at Banner office. will make this their home. H. ROE, Bagdad Ft I] ;

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I We are the people; who regulated the price of nails-reducing'the, price from 4c to 3c per po nd.., ;

,. / who l reduction in the price of ail Hardware.( .t't, ,
., We were the people forced a, general i "
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/ ,'' We were the people to first. offer you1 solid, steel wire fence. ,
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\ .,We were.''the people ,to first offer you a first-classJniggy, for less money than- you had paid.fora, cheap one...,.,. .''
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';,' : We see in the papers every: week where, ,the people are going back' THE Wm. J: : OLIVER. PLOW t {} .

.. I to the farm. ,If you are farming, or want to farm, there are things you. / then ,,
.ls"Chdled put together. ;
: will want and need-to do it successfully, Let us suggest: .

i \ 'First-You must fience. your land; dolt with "PAGE" solid .steel ,;:'f,

wire and you won't have that work to do over every year or so. : ,,'fi' ;,.

,, Second--Get" a STuDEBAKER wagon, one that is first-cllass and p -:,.. ,

has., world wide.reputation as being the very best made. .- '. "" : '

Third--For your' ,.plow,,get you a WM. J, OLIVER., There is not: .'' '
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And and other farm implement you need you can get it from,us.We '. < / .
farmer to farm'with.'F.. ....- ; >
have, everything the needs .
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Ail other plows are put together then chilled;' ,
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:.", are sold as'any other maKe .. .J a':<"''c. ', r 1 /._ ". wwagons :<1:,:,.
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... People who know ', ',<\ .'" ': ::1 '.' I,

k'",: wagons have been 'ii ;. :'Y'<." '; '. :,' .PENCE ; ,; 'i ." ,',, :' ;
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,1} for nearly 6O years .' ':, ",we;are: thet people who will appreciate '.y'ori.f" b

They're buying.more today ,' } '

I than ever before. and, will' give .yoii' )aljsfruare l deal on every purchase" .:,: yo '


; we.font.. at, our store. ', 'If you j2s '? 'non't, helieve ili; *come see. W' J

bought some /
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where every two minute ': ,' .. / ( .
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StudebaKer wagons wouldn't sell at this ;:Donn-CoIeman C 0 rn pan ,

tremendous rate unless they gave more value ,'. : ;

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