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Place of Publication:
Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
July 14, 1910


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Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Chipley
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“The town that was built on a railroad,” Chipley is the seat of Washington County, located inland in Florida’s Panhandle, just south of the Alabama state line. First known as Orange, this small West Florida community was founded in 1882 in anticipation of the arrival of a railroad that would connect the farming area with markets in Pensacola and Tallahassee and in neighboring Alabama and Georgia. Shortly after the line was completed, Orange was renamed Chipley in honor of William D. Chipley, vice-president of the Pensacola and Atlantic Railroad, a notable figure in the political and economic history of the area and an aggressive lobbyist for railroad land grants. The town’s first newspaper, the Intelligencer, edited by J.C. Langley, also began in 1882. The Intelligencer was renamed the Chipley Banner in 1893 and published under this name until 1943, when it merged with the Washington County News.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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I I21F& A Corn Judging Contest. only restoring; but increasing: great corn shows bf' the' north .
tbe: west. A standard F. F. Pelt & :Co.
Up until a few years back, fora per acre yi'jld was made. corn score
And what was the trouble? card was devised by' which' :the
decade, or more, there had
in The seed. corn was judged, and today a
been a constant decrease tbe RESTAURANT.Also
in Carein selecting the seed for leading feature of all the big .
p'er the statee
corn yield acre .
the lext'y ar'scrop;so that only fairs in the corn belt states!,' is I. "
F. B. CALLAWAY, Aent. of the socalled "corn belt, and dealers in Staple
the best was chosen. tbe corn show. > f
the agricultural colleges were If '
lam pleased to tell the people of called upon for a solution of the The brainy progressive farm 'It was witb the idea of increasing and Fancy Groceries"
and that I have and realize tbe interest in this important
Chipley vicinity purchased problem that thus: confronts tbe era were'quick to see very Confectionaries, Smokers -
the Insurance business. of BuellCook. what tbis meant;and such men matter,that the Southern
farmers. Rotation of crops, con-
as the elder Mr. Funk, of Bloomington States Lumber Co., offered 'mag Goods,.Fruits, Vegetables
servation of the soil fertility by
I represent only the very best companies -
ilL, Mr. Cook of Ode- nificent silver to be .
cups contested Fish and Oysters.
-those time tried and fire test the use of more stable manure, f
ed. If you are not Insured,.I would be and the addition of nitrogen to bolt, Iowa., and others began the for in a corn judging' contestat lIn'd'prices',
glad to write you a policy. the soil by the planting of clover, systematic breeding of seed corn tbe Inter-State fair, to be held Stork new a

The value of insurance cannot be were the prescriptions for sale, and out ot this grew tbe in Penaacola November: '712. little cheaper. We want
rated. Ask a man who owns a policyif among
he will sell Itl! The savings ot a offered, and all of them were There are no restrictions'imposed your' trade. Give pur Iv!

lifetime may,be wiped out in a few good, and did good, but it was Pine and Cypress Shingles in any way; any man or1: boy, restaurant trial. Ser-
minutes. Not so. If you are insured.' not until Prof. Plumb, of Perdue for l6a1. or, for that matter, woman or a '

.Therefore I would advise 'you. ,to University,. Indiana, witb tbe We are girl may enter, and tbe one doing vice first class. Locatedin
in position to furnish
place '
your Insurance with me. the best work wins tbe cup
leading agricultural instructors promptly 4x18 Pine Shingles, for the first year, and the name Tharp building, PhoneNo. ,

F. B. Callaway of tbe Illinois Iowa, Wisconsinand No.: 1 and No. 2, and 4x16 and of the winner will be engravedon 8. ;
: Missouri colleges began 5x16 Cypress No. 1 and No. 2. it. Then next year it will be .

Insurance Agent. making a systematic study of ,Car Iota or less than car lots. contested for again; 'and so on Chipley, 'Fla..
until some contestant has won it .. ..
I tbe matter and placed tbe trouble Aycock L ......... >'.r* Co., three times, when it becomes tbe ,. /

Send in your.subscription. that real progress towards not Aycock PI a. of the.winner. Read advertisements//

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-'THE BANNER. ----iT: Tbi; Days of Mao.i ------' *'*' 'f .<

,! .! ; i -: Man born of woman is of few Herd's: a' GfooctfSlogan" for .j.ja

: days-r-days full'of women. "It Ami .
camreli *Hr *M>rr* 'J y Gild'writes d
M. E. Church South.-...Preaching every In bis'infancy;women trot him and Better -Business.
1st and 3rd Sunday at. 11 ... m. and 8 p. mIL Bigger
C. Williams, Pastor.Mabbatu upon their knees wbeQ he wish- Mrs. Ethel Newlirr

Mrlntendent.School 10 a. m. W. N. BheaU, eth to be in his cradle and think of Liberty Center. Ind?* | -. a.....$............."... .

Prayer Meeting Thursday. nights. They give him hugs and kisses 'that I, began-to take Car- .. '.... c ,
Young Men's prayer. meeting. Tuesday dui for it has cured DON'T BLOCK THE WAYI',
night EverybodpcordisllyInvited. when be thirateth, milk. And me; -
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lo,'when he bath grown lusty ancstrong1 and 1 will never forget It. .. '"
Baptist Church-Preaching. every. 2nd and his "soul "I cannot praise Cardui Move as fast as the procession......or: move out. Take.the
and Irk Sunday Colller.pastor.. craveth caresses too :highly for what it did '

8a Mabbath.*rlntene School nt. 10 a. m., F. U. Hawk' ,.they give' him the merryha for ",me.'Before 'l b pace or'the company" you: '" are in pr, make}, %i ,..wJAo1rth.. .manbehind

."Prayer Meeting Wednesday'! nights. .a ha! to take it, i;4l4.wa8a eaJ t. ,, 7s,' .,, w'Don't -' .... .:': t _
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.: "suffered .
In the days of his-childhood: be bad"color ,
...*.._D'ne""". pain and weighed only
On'pause in
riseth to be spanked by a nurse. stand in the way of new ideas. the i
." Offles hours 7:30 7:00'p m.; ex 105 pounds. Now I havea '
eeat Bund..".. ->' J At\eventide he aaith his prayersin ; good color, do not suffer path' of be beitter'System.;' Won't settle- down on the ladder of
JEast-boand mall closes at 10:20 "..mWestbound the Shadow of a' slipper and Ibs. "'
up weigh125W )Jf prelif-ress.
Don'tbe barnacle ship
'. avail!! closes at 8:10 p.m. success. a
': held by the .hand that rockeththe'eradle. 4 .. !\ -1' :-
Mail from Vernon arrives at 10 a. m.; u .. -
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.aad leaves on arrival of the. east bound / a 1 '! :J
nail. Change means progress.Progress... means" advancement' ,
The ot his CAR
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days youth are
Sunday. hours:' 11:30 m., to 13:30 p. m., Take
< K..., Orden Issued at all hours when darkened because:: many women '
office Is open except Sundays. give him'' the mitten and the Advancement means mo ment. ..Movpl: : : .- .(. $
.T P P. I'
year's of his manhood are embit Woman's Tonic

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',- "BAMVKB and Semi-weekly. Atlanta not. mineral drugs, that ___ r
J Journal, per year$1.75. sink Into your system r II I
t"He ffoetb forth in the morningto
BAKJTBB and Thrice .-week New York ; like lead to the bottom. 01a k!
World, per year. 11.65., be sued tor breach of prom basin of water.. :. r

BAITS ES and Seml.-wea cIy Ttmes-Una ise. .Cardui is purely vegetable Patronize, ThpseAdvertise :Who.; '
and Citizen, $1.50.
per year .
At high noon, still a uianthougll' ; and contains no l"-! i "
"BAJdrEaand Home and Farm, per, .year, poisonous minerals '
$I.SA sadly ,harried,-be seek tirefu2'e or "
___ dangerous drugs. w .
the alter in : .
on ; and behold It is perfectly safe and :.:,: II

General Directory; 't heemerffetb from the sanctuary harmless, for use by old : I :- ,"--t t-$' I

STATE OFFICIALS. b"t.t"e half oi a woman. and young, and may be .

Governor-Alber W,OUchrlst., He,,seeketh his den at night taken, as a tonic, for THE BANNEIt i) .))1
-- : months without
: possible
Secretary of St.ate-B. Clay. Crawford and so,'t w'the woman, with the harmful effect any Try It.
hi'se ,
.Attorney Oeneral- Park Trammell. surpent's "tongue stmgeth

<;... Agriculture-B.E.: ; MeLln.. r! '- s
Mill J
Tr..lller-Wm V. Knott. He_ acquireth" a, mistress by High-Class Machinery Public In trnctlon-W.: M->Hollo- marriage. and'loseth her by di- ble age has been extended, then
way. We carry' at our warehouse 22
why notvthe spankable age?
'Csss.Btroller C.Croom; vorce. ; Ocean St., alarge stock of Portable -' I
..prsme Joort-Tbol. H/8h ,ckle( rd, t. Bytoll,.Jie accumulateth! a pile -V ".. rj" '.. Y 'and Stationary Engines;;, Locomotive -

Chief Justice; *. H. Mabry Cler*. and bath it halved by alimony. Note'thighffittof high e and Horizontal Return. Flue

BallreadCommlMfon Hudson Burr This'he.repeatbeth many times social intercourse on the Colonel. .t Boilers Saw-Mllla,. Planers Edg- IJ

Chairman; B. C. Dunn Clerk.- .. until he thmketh: Verily it.were When he left the White House, L .era, Saws,Belting and Mill Sup'ay -., \
plies; pl.o Cnglne and Baw-uilll, aui>- 1
.1.-1<<. trst judicial) 'circuit-J.. Emmett" better'to wed 'a rich grass widow he aide: ""I'vd'ha 1'bullrtime.' will I
plies. Prospective purchasers
''.If., Pensacola.
.. State J.: and feed'upon, the succulent .When'be left; Oxford, he ; said: find It to:their interest to 'get our
Uollcltar:>> first judicial plrcniVr l
TTaltar 4 Ksho- tU. green herbage all the days of my "I've" had, a ,su.fficlently.liyely prices before buying: A postal will'bring-our salesman..' "Write for Illustrated ,

time.' .. catalo. J
.,. -- life.But .. alsfjy Machinery !Pp. .
., H. LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS. lo, the widest pasture hath I 22 Ocean St.. .Jacksonville,,'RtotIda.L.onDI.tnnco .I':

a. $.Chubb" .Register Galnevl" ; Fla. a fence, which soon becometh an Subscribe--. !'.for the, Banner. Telph >n. No 01 ..7....'_ i ,j.?

MhUUs Warren, Receiver, Gainesville., offense. ,

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a caged game cock, he l n ,7 '" .l.-l.o.: : -' --- -- :--: 4

W MINUTON. COUNTY" ,OFFICERS.. pineth for freedom-and flieth I ,
Olrcilt Clerk-W C. Vernon' .
Cesaty Jndxe?-...R4 W 1U,Vernon.:; the: coop. ;
.aerlK-C. O. Allen, Chlpley. ,He,soareth in .his aeroplane, "I $115';; ,Thel1910 Subscription: Oller:-The' Best 'l$ 1 Pe! I f I

.. Tr..ur.r-H. B. Tiller..xVernon.Tax .' and falleth,into a rocky place and iQlfcr F.la3e. for the New Year /l..D. !
AssMor J. Williams, Chlpl.y.i i
;he,last sleep with his aviation
Tax Ceilector-w. B.Ualnen JCoonbna: ;

TTaasaa.ayervlsor.Map Public. of Iut.ruct.lon-B.F Registration Gainer,. "W.alasr ., ,boots As a upon'rasswidow- '-THE: tBI' WEEKLY I TLA.NTACONSTlTjTUm: l I Ir

er,bath, be died. And behold
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C...' I'ollcltoorA.. D. .Carmlchael, four widows fight over his estate c', .. -..... ," '.. ... AND.
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CIIIle, .
,- c..." Collins, Cary- -. -
For verily verily full of : k
yea,. ,
Tills, Via. ., I3BANNER j i iI
women are a man's days-and
.. "..." Commissioners;
then some.Terrell Love Holli- .
J. If. Simmons, Chairman';.,,.Vernon..
tt. W. Bush Chlpley. day in June Smart Set.NAPULEON'8 ;
aa. 1'. ):vant, Vernon. "" I ;together with,thesupgballernafe'FREE OFFERS of UNCLE REMUS'S HOMEMAGAZINE; orHlJMAN'LIFE :l J

'J. .. Porter Mlllvllle. IF ; ;or THESOmHERfrRURALIST, a splendid agricultural paper;or TALKSFROM FARMERS Sf.75 : ,

J. T. Hlghtower, Vernon -i. ,.'\;>" OK' ITV TO FARMERS, an epitome, wisdom, worth its weight gold. Yourcholce, on1f1. I i \
Ushl Board: as of the 'unconquerable never-say-die-
.. .. Bush.; Chairman, Orange'Hill > bod: ,the kind that you need most when you I IfHEt"IJ1RI-WEEKL-YCONSTITUTION' 'MONDAY; WEDNESDAY FRIDAY, THREE TIMES I

9. J. Gainer St. Andrew.; "' have a b8d.l ioold, !cough or lung disease. A WEE,(. ,THE NEWSIEST BEST. BRIGHTEST 1
T7. F. Russ Vernon.! Suppose) troohen cough syrups, cod liver :
oil ur doctor have all failed, don't lose 'ANn'BfGGESTSOUTBfRN"NEWSPAPER.: ., ALMOST\ ONE COLLAR A YEAR I

CBIPLKT CITY OFFICIALS., '' heart or hope Take;Dr King's New Discovery A DAILY YETt AT. THE, PRICE/'OF' A WEEKLY ;
Mayer. -..,.T.'Brltt.i: ; ''8atlstaotlonIi guaranteed when The :... l r
or Weekly ,Constitution once, a week,, with each of the above (except that The Weekly Constitution
Marshal. -W.D. Peters. Deed lor aoy throat or lung trouble. It baa Is substituted for the for
Ttl.Weekly-aJ1 one year for only$1.40. The Trl-Weekly Constitution presents at the
'-'I.rlrTre..urerW.. W, Cook. saved thousands of hopeless sufferers it weeping view the whole area of events. The news, of the country, state, nation, and the world I.l. given in. '
c..ell-A. D. 'chairman uast rs stubborn colds obstinate coughs, each complete is.ue: Each week De- .
Carmichael departments of Farm and Farmers, Woman Kingdom, Bural :Free; '
O. B.Dunn,J. R.HcGaacby, o.'E. TharptT. .emorrhagesi'lagrlppe,croup asthma, bay ." 'liveryy Poultry,and,othen of wide;; interest? edited by experts,appeal directly to,those addressed. ,
O. Butler, Jr. fever,and,whooping,congb, and Is the most The Weekly Constitution contain. tnene special feature and the,,difference between.jt.and The Trl-
4. safe and.certain remeuy' tor all bronchial q' ' that th,.',pneilu-'Iegued once 'I"eek'n Monday.only) and' tbc, other threw,imes"a week-Monday; ,
affections.? 60o $1. Trial bottle free aV 8, ; ,1 .Wednesday and,XVlday. -,, "- ., "
1C. McGeacby.; "If you want The Constitution'alone,. without any clubbing offers, you 'C"D get* The Trl-Weekly Constitution ,
at $1 per year, or The Weekly at, 60c per year, by addressing The Constitution, Atlanta, Ga; One ,,: "
The Banner !sample! copy sent free on, request giving with It six of your neighbors.. -- v'

'IWJaea' Doe- .**.Spaokable- j Ae I .. End B ?H, The.Cot stll tion', Is;the Paper for: Rural;Free Delivery Routes j,'

Perhaps the a2'e'l limit tor such} -.
/ :: Chipley Fla. cases should be different in different A.'elub of 40 or 50 or more will keep an R. F. D. route above .the minimum _average'required for daily \
;.. ,mail service. It 1* the great news purveyor of the whole Southland as good In'thn -- gulf states. as'on the ,
countries: : An Alaskan Atlantic seaboard '

;: :'Stasrfa far the UptwUdiaf of maiden should doubtless be Clubbed with The Atlanta Constitution,. we have, the superb FREE OFFEBS shown from which ..
you may make ;your choice of one: .
'"* spanllable,Wen into her ,''thirties:! I j "(MiiHn; l ogle J !,,,home M:* & ta -Foundedj by Joel Chandler Harris, the prince of all story writers
*iiti. Chipley; for she is hardly considered author ;: Remus folklore and other sketches. It is the magazine the whole Southland, it
t. is as broad as the nation in. its scope and its, .ucc"its in confined! to no section. .
"'; rcowntuntil,8be js,. Bearing.; i -.*(9)nJlrppan,I4f., .$oston., Mags., a monthly magazine'of current and interesting biography,..It f about ,,
__ ;! .hlngton County. Tropical girls would require, of folk., people in the public eye now, that you want to know about,,and it is,of absorbing interest from cover iil
to co er. Be sure to subscribe now; in time to got.the next, great.issue. b.
:; '-4";". :' 'And Florida, = course: ..a much,earlierJimit. Ip f :..*(3) 'IE&lkI: !'r.Earmera" : ;to< 'armers., '11 iposium lot Southern farm knowledge, that.should be in':
our land the marriageable age of the- hands of. every practical farmer young or un' '. 1'he'arUeles 'all appeared in 'Tri;Weeltly. Constitution d
<< a. der. -same title .and -made' of of'iphle' .
: one greatest features splendid farmers' paper. It will ,-
'\ air th.a.,greatly; )) advanced. ,wjfh-: ,I. : l(40iaaUej: .. JWifediattbrmporf receipt 6 fortiori (

,.Ssfbscription, ,.$1 Per Year. in the past ten years. It is decidedly (4) The Southern Euraltst; one of the best agricultural paper. .In the onth. 'It 'ie".' semi-monthly.':f'
,.f r fashionable these. 'days edited by a farmer}on" his;i own ,farm.,, and ,is!' intensely practical and helpful. ,i ir
for a girl to wait until she is 29
.:, Wi mete a Specialty of
"" or 36 to wed, though this may bea Great '
Oar: Proposition
;: .',:;;, Heat, little r ckv.: If the marriageaAJPBiaHtFUltWBBCK ,

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ry ;1' .. bruises, abrasion,sprains or wounds at once. Get right on, Don't miss .a copy.. Address all orders for above ,',
that: domand Bucklen's Arnica ''Balve- .mbination; to,
i The Banner arth's.greataat healer. Quick relief 'and '" ':.: i,1f'!' 'If"' .' >? J.4T i CHIPLEY BANNER, Chipley. ,'Fla. '4

prompt cure results. For burn- bolls, '
!, ores of all kinds,eczema, chapped bands
and lips sore or,'eorn, its ,
eyes supreme :

.. ,// : l ';:, Chipley, Fla.QOOQD] [ ; Barest.. pils ou.... Sfio,at 8_K: McO!aohy. '. _' 1. "- r"' -. v.. ,- IJ J 1
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.. A: <."" :"ChM NRf.tnfl. rev at.r ,',;
"la my boyhood I one captured:a33..t < i
HERE IS THE PROOFThat of thr. young thrushes 1 put,' *' vf
thorn in a gilt cage by an open wlni ) ,-
dow, and their mother came and feft;
the best body-building them regularly with worms and grass' ,

and tonic for hopper,1*
strengthening The .peak*?. a nature atudent. slglp

Delicate Children "The mother," be resumed "m-,
haTe expected, her little ones to bfi
HOn liberated. She fed them aell.
-is- aid, regularly for:three days on desgf'
food. Then one evening at sunset bbl
appeared with .._.Pn. of grm-o In her MAKE IT DOUBLY EASY JIOa'yoVIl' fORBES AND DO B arrEk t:
f \4 rn4it'' jRWHhx: ;jeb*jtftrtiBt the green la WORK;THAN,yov.BVEIt.Dm BEFORE BY USING TUB'OLJ.VER .
through the gilt ban. Then singing
a tweet ad song. she flew away CHILLED PLOWS
And abe never cam bark tier- oftipriaxthe
"II, 9 year old daughter was "My two children,who were puny next deiid.'by !( B- : irf*fc. ., of. r
} -.;. weak,pale and had no.ppatitan I .dc-fU4i and \ morning; lay .IWi oU ER's nm.BD"M6rAL, eh..o..1a.6.p.-.adpr.4 "
r 1'.are her Vinol. and sh. began to I to..iN them ,>14e b*>tbU..bottora of theThe cage turning gn.uti..of tbe__WbDU"-i'" &lie prop**MI the bunts,

I ..' :tJuiye tone*. She gained rapidly VinoL I proved that Vinol i a apl_- sprig she bad. brought tbpl'Df OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS |we without.,exeeptioa ...,
,- 'in weight, color and atnqth.- tonic, for delicate'children.."- which was nearly consumed wax am. '
-. 'c.. Mr$.W.H.G1LMORE,DurMd,Mich. Mra.C.ALLEN New Bedford.M..*. prig of the. deadly larkspur. Trcej: Lightest Draft: Plowo. Made '

Vinol builds healthy fleshaqcimakesjithmi: liftlet lunbsi rounds J dons" Of. deaihj Death or freedom l E ,h..YOU 1i[ s ....._what the o .tVEa.,
". up Tliat 11.-what mutt have been,the bun. PLOWS Will do 2SSa. .//7OG&.hllw wit alNnt tta..;;
; and plump. Children love to take i it.. "
den of her farewell song." Why Not :Get ip ..Kitife. NQWt: II>>
1 We,,return peopled money without qneaUon U 'Vlnol The narrator., paused and from hi*
does not accomplish.all we claim for II. Try" ft. p'le-. listeners a low murmur arose, a mUff CHIPLEY HOWE CO.,. Chipley,. Fla. A '
S. E. mur perhaps of sympathy, perhaps of
McGeachy Cp Druggists ChJpl .
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: '" : ,angry,disbelief. '. : : a
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j Ai Amerleen Qrammar.
I Bobert B. Hltt, who at the time rep" ,
II I poratocceceeoeceeceeeoeeccocccccceeeoceecccoceoeocoooi resented our government In Paris M

1 I i i i ii ii i- ''t i'i'THE:- soDiiiMi LIFE AND mrnor \) a In life secretary regard of a Greek to a legation American matter went Involving subject to Egypt thi lift American: Wire1'Fencing, .,

landed In Alexandria and went to ties( It.
i i ii In"u.rari Company: Hotel Europe and found, the rooming

J ., i i ?.,, ori Clerk busy assigning rooms to the news The a ,stIMad; .., ;
ly arrived passengers, a regular poljfc'
i i ii clot In languages. He beard him spea4 '" *'1h
.f'M Florida.
i i ii ii n
, Arabic Greek ,French Italian and
j ;yr German. So when It came .Mr. Hltt'jt. . .. .
IDpte.'our'attention to ita New Line' Policies as embodying the malmnm ,
turn to register he Jocosely said."Dqyou .;
i of practical protection, at the lowest practical price. A r m blV"cheap speab L unri aa7"' The. uteri! '
J i <"contractbut: sale and cotiaerVativeaiid l''backed 6ythomecapltkl:-.r'f' pr AalDil "'fdpflld rMieeu. ''lkrioasoA 'Ta.. : : Neat Printing: -

: 'heteIa4ety gav. '

\ Hirwinre- .J- & bam_, Job*Mllt W.n?.Jr.H..W.H.MILTON.Wat on. N. A. Baltzcll.President., akd'toibAT me an American a'Jok-at grammar.the: ":boclfv Mr. Hltt The Creates, ',a gPodr.Iinpress1on! ,: :,-\: '

j I : '.jjji: Bmakik J. M.|)lU<
oec> oaooeoootaoo to 'get1 the-'book Out' of hU'rooui.; and among correspondents: ; ?: : .
while tha.tbcloiu wasi being brought the I
-- clerk.., said. "1>- grammarWhen .pJ1qneU," and helps to give your bus., ,
4\ Deacon. It is all rig t to ,for, rain "'illa= ,, I pray the book. was, brought, lo and ...... f I
and high prices but the man It"' 'copy 'of''r'et' rol l1 m '
was a mess prestige .
1 ;
The,trouble with so many fellows ;j", ; ft._
I who raises Jruck: in that! way alp V4 Naeiiys Jettee* Dl:R.-Lock while .'
who Ibow all about'the tariff ,a.. tQ, 1uI '
1nEgAAtabq/d copy
/ 'Q1yW/tRd,
,_, and other 'things'tbat...are fooling together never gets enough' money clerk telling him it was an American : : W do Neat :Printing, : ; ,,: ,.1tit. ( .1', .. .. "
in banks to his fertilizer -
pay grammar. '
: the government1 that the J' ;
Reasonable :Ifrices
voters wont trust .themlong1 bilk. .at ; ; '
I l' I .. Th..AII..r1|. ?Tongue: ? '.
enough to'elect them tooffcce.: '1 'Office.4dl ,
tl On oat occasion when tntTeiiog Bsnner Job< .
.. '. .Once in.a. long time I, read long the west coast of Africa with,an| .. .' .

:something. the paper' that .old1'aktpp** wire ,had kn6 WD.' many . . .. .. . .. .
I the, .
to "
expect "
say same thin .
mlMionarles. pot>rdldnatse4| then use ;!
-makes mei hot, and I'think will ... ..... ,..... .:
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r a good many times, and 'don'twonder of. them 7 Bishop, Taylpr-Sroith wsp, ,. :: r""T-----"" .1 I ; .r--vr "
stop it. When I cool off I re! obliged: 'to endure a string'of taunting' ': ,' J
that tired of
,. 'ACH'IIN'BRrv\CO.
qplq gets 'FA
p ; ) I 1Q HArR; ., : ;
member how boosts .the questions, al1Cb'aa "Wbat' was the.
many .. .
i it. I realized how annoy- I ;: r; -q- l
I never has given my town, and good,pt i"Ponng I at Bieter,baU T' and E.,rosy, Street
s: ine.jt,could, be, until: the other paper I "What did missionaries.. know, any JACKSONVILLE FLORII." .... '
and how things it ; ,
county many
day when-a fellow tried to tell me wayf : ....ald.-
.... Ererything'for' the"siV mill
I has said that pleased me : and At lajutithei blllbop.could\.taalj\ ;-It uw

_ :theiKam\ storyfptj...the ;seyentji always resolve to give it another longer* TW nisito, the klw>er.. ,frr. 'plarningmi1i., We are liow: se'l'l'1'1'I ig:
time week. aid "1 know! etp t'. ,- Jf
.In one : you are an C4u < 1'* #'* !
.... trial. tell'me the.length of'an alllgstur'e the Farquhar, M
1 .. -. .- you ,well knqvyrj : aching'ery 1: t ?
.. .. tongue?? !
A writer: in my [magazine. says "Ce Wyly.' w.... he.,. 'pLY..but .It" directjto ttft user, which.nieaim ,,

{ that only,one. story in ten thousand Reform is like any other in- depends on the length of the alllgalor""Veryn'well a axing to oprcustonersr, --> .

k is This fills vestment., Wrien-you get'a lair ,' then; 'given* an 'eIHgntur'afta.Aa -Easy-Terms.' '" j",. j oa'
really funny. I
; feet' Jong.: wDav- would, IMP,, the ti
1 I me with hope. I'am due to beat: corner on it, .and 'have'started length of Its toDgu.r'"Three Send for"Catalog andPrlcee:2'; : '' .'' i

, the thousandth-, some time the people coming yo r'way' to feetwas the answer. "i ..... '.
make it 'lair But the bishoiUi wbo,.. bade kept'silt-- t
buy, pay pretty .
1" during. the next month., ,I' you .. ..t *.and..watched,their ways knew < "-rT---I p-
, I." .r ... ._ '!t1! 4' ." t dividends. better "It Ut.evident"that you are liDautborlQ '
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'08'the weefcoeit of'Africa. ..
The young man,wbojbas;: sown I 1#" 'l/lN1'/JI." ..*.MI4. ''but it, M al .f evident; that.

1, a bountiful.. .ropof wUdpa't3.never J In church- 'iJt;in; the lodge'and''! inpolitics some people see.more,.iq ten ,.minute "J. :
>, .' *i thai other* In twenty'years.. Let me : 4 iF
' baa- any, trouble in getting : yoti will always hear'' one tellyou1 tJIaaalleator- taa.: noslongue >: NOW IS THE TIMETOADYEST1SE }
plenty. of help, to-bar vest1' them.ttoreneta'of I.. crowd:talk,about the. "machine.", ."
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'ma hines
.. I have belonged to A
-torpoar Clever Jackdaw.
whether Induced and I'have' been' against them, .
the mu olest- la a .mt/11. oottagalLUer'afocdablrr j '
by violent!exerolse or injnry,Quickly: relined and,,this is what 'have discaverred" there,lived a,fsn4ly-,wbo.own: 4.a'.rery !
by the free pplloatlon of Chamber! 'The'machine is always'thec large but clever Jackdaw'which was >
lain' Llolmctt.- Tbl liniment in equally : noted fore its very'witty sayings One- m B Bi aB BBaMB>jsMsB BB a anB i a a* aiB B BM ai a f
valuable for muscolar Tpeumatiam-:'andalvraya rowd ,tbat1sin.f, > 'the,
day, the t9Ckdaw>i s'w' t tbeilld.,o4 .
I afford puiok relief; 'Sold .by V'U1I .. stewpot partly: off, o,. thinking, he. .i. a
I Drug !Store: and 8 1C MoOeaoby. c should like W meat:dinner be went out The best are often ;
When the stomach fails to perform Its ,aael''caugbQ,e/ 'frog 'and' pat' It in the opportunities'! ri; ; i.. .
a ,
I functions, the bowels become deranged the boiling,w.tar, In I th..,a wvot.' which 4
Brother Philander; said I to liver and the kidney contested oaualng, bad la, some places of, beet.. Alter this ;neglected. NOW i.s-the .e.t'! time :;i.: -
back to bU ** .'. '
numerous diseases The stomach and liver the jackdaw went quietly : r ;
1 our boss deacon, the other day, perch and waited till dinner time. ,All ( .
mUll bo restored to a health condition ,"' 'T' .r
>, .there seems tc. be considerable and Chamberlain' Stomach and; Liver, went.;;w.UttijI1 the,cook begansto shae. ,to advertlsb.4 4 .. / .: y .\' :
kicking'amongthe brethren of Tablet can be decoded 'upon to 'do It. the dinner oat;befath.. family. I' ;
i Jea.flo take and moat efleollve. SOld by' Every time 'she'' pulled 'a piece 'of If have .''to ; 1lif.;; 1: :
the flock, The dissatisfied ones;! Cltr Drug ritore and 8 E MoGeaeby.. meat out of th pot the Ja kdaw said you something :
are those who are never pleased. '"Thaf\jvot mln;,that'-,not mine*" tlU

But we.should try to. devise a at when'h..uclaimod last the cook pulled Ins 'Y'1'7 out the trinmpb frog,' you wdht'ft)"'feuy' something: ;; '.or '.if !

I plan toavoid'some of the friction. Too Handy With the GaL .

What would you suggest Well, ChamberLAl ttmsch ,and Liver Tablets you have a ." 'bargain, NOW is., the
homicides of
Philander ,thinking There .re-more. gently stimulate the liver and, bowel f "
I answered. all kinds in this country in proportion to expel poisonous matter cleanse the sy.- best time to make it know .' .
deeply, we should: run our church to,the/population' than" in tem. euie edBstlpatlou and stole beadaoh < "
like"they do a ..corporation.There Sold by City Drug JStore$and B JC.AiaGeaoby .
every man votes accord- any land under the sun .whichmakesanypretensewbatever _c, Don't fail to ;; see us*. about your' 4'\

.. :, to : .

ing to.put tile,into.amount it. I, have money watcbed'thIs' liebaa 'being' civilized.race.- Life It is'is lees our-national secure-- R.., F.... SCARLETT[ : .,Spring: Advertising. ;, >this week.t" ,. Ifit r.; I ?

discontent in church for here than In any country of Europe Notary: Public ', .. I

many/years, and have found out Our police'are'less effici- is. business. yourwantThe ,,. :: \ ".. .,t. ..,

r that:'mostpt the trouble: :! ent- in protecting-. Citizensare Real Estate;Handled., ;.. 'd.''> ,I

I originates with the members 'less, protected from police .' m i
I their share,toward.keep- : Collections a.specialty, Banner Get itfor ''Y
outrage. And it all grows out.of: ,. < can il.S'Y d

1 inc,tbinllS' 'going in. prayer' instead our. national. habit o.t',too.ready to. Office ta First ftatioul' Bask,
Philander has '
1 pt .money. resort to weapons < *,i .,
been treasurer for a, l long. time, 'FoJ"Oy.Cift1f .;-: .'
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,and knows' what 'he .is, talking! .

i : d. about... ; The', ,e ri r-Journal: thinks Has 1lar..Wieeta'been oi UMd MOTHERa(:oronr FIFTY....(U YEARS
l L'' that although our -governmenthasn't WHILE. TKETHINW. with_. PERFECT, sue- .,.,, -. -. .- t '. ".'
'" : C1t19 It SOOTHES t CHILD SOFTENS .s CALL, ONt ; : "I'
r Lots of women. _would' be bet done! much for aviation, tlMGUMa ALLAYSaU PAIN}RESWIND .. .. . '
COr,1Co.4Ja tte bet rwmlT&w AJUbHOlA nr I ;" .P. '" J : .t. "
i :terofflttheybadJa "small pension 'we'have lota.. -statesmen who. Sold tor Dmgtlft In..err part ol th*weld :B. .
aadasklor'Mrs.yyt.eIaw3amtbtsySrrMp'1and t', ,tFHBIiBANNER. J ll''"
1 ..'1' instead- of I'a husband.: can go'pretty far up in th'e air.. curs-take,--ao'-IIUIeK 1 a4. 3..abottu. 2 '" ' -! ,. .-




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THE School Appropriations for 1910-11.

BANNER ,. ,.\ -....r"I" ,!t .. .",,- ". ..." 11
For the"benefit those who are interested ., \,
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'.H' 'i "' 4 : .> .4 'or
II .
in education, and that the taxpayers \. ..' 'or I ) ;r I IOJ

At Chipley, Fla.I 'f' l may He bow theft money Is be- .... .

Wat.TBR W. 3i.8dlter.Eatandat log spent, that Is the educational part .. ,\ ',' y.t .
r ""I of It,. we Rive below the school and
,* at ClalpIq.n'.. *. the appropriations for the ensuing ... -',
-.I eta.*ram rateSUBSCRIPTION : ,
year. .. .. .,. !'If;
Whit ,
I' !'r/ ; .",.. v.. ,' '>
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BATES: Chi pie,. f2,730. n''' \jf : _" 'bl + -r,.

OMB YX4.B,.1.00 St. Andrew.. ... 1,600 \t. ." .: ....

.IX MONTHS. MlllTllle,...*:. 975
THUS YOxTaa.. ....29application. Vernon. 7S '- ..\'

Panama City..........'<.;. 525 ***! *. .# 17 J- ,,1 'BHfflWv.tetus '
.4..wtIabI.ratM iaralah.d a Pleasant Grove. 535Daneani a vow you. samples and. take; ;

'. 1 ,. .. ....,...._.. 475 ,, \
L Communications live topic "-
cially of local Interest, are sol let led. -It South port,.... .,......' ....*...;.1. 450 .. .. .
Is nnderatood, however. that the publish Wausau...... .......' .,t. 450 "' <,'

of TH BAVHKB! will not be responsible Brock.;......... ......:. .... 825 : fa
for opinions expressed by correspondents.TTB for 2, piece linen or' lightcol=
Cary vil le,........yr. 200 IL ILmeasure ;?

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'representa Point,, Washington....;.%/.I.: 200 ;,: : ";'
BAHHXB wants live
o '.., .
.. i. 200 ;. "'
tin and correspondent at every postoOtee Boath8lde.t. :' '" f.a..r ., .
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In the county, and wjlljnak liberal \arrangements South BoOII..7.....:;.../...... .11."; 900 .r <' 1,.'

with the rlgrt parties. Parker..,v..y... ,,175 I orremit; sa you can KEEP COOL- :. ,

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Nixon 17i
... 14, IOIO. : \ ..... t "
TMUKf SBDA.V. .b' Oak Bill...h.& 171 '. '-- '.

l Cowford....'.,., ...<..'v.., ....... 175 ,...T \ \. 'c' ,*' a ''l. EJ i u' faD v t ',.'II.
( .,. .....
The more widespread' .the in- Uolty,,.,....<.4..w.(? ..;.w... 175 .yt&r Y4k,4't' .a fi.
Union.. 175 ; ( > K '

ternational wl -for...441 peacetb8 Sulphur Bprloft...ftiftW&'itf.= ."fw 178 bel( &sDekle CogM7. ; I

more contracts are let for dreadnaughts ,, Pine Bill.. ........._. 175
,. Oaky BldRe.i. -175 1L '. .r' 4,4.1'1 1? ?. ., i. p ,MM.6.- .
and things. I v. ,
"' : tit kl 1. 1' st
... Mattox Spring.. 175 .. '+ ,P w,. ,.., +Bn. '
West Bay........ 175 ,. f\ -II ffJ' h m fJI b +"f7 t S 1 d ,

Nearly every paper! : 'baa .something Kldw.J..t., .......:' ...i,.. ,175' ., '.... .. ... L..I.. .<'.,."'!,...., _._ ,.* '. II. '' ': 1 4' '. d'i" -1t t } fiJ' I' .
'r ,, ; :
Rooks.. .._..V ..........i.+ ....;.J. 175 )! i- 1 jI!
to say' about the /harmfu Grand Lagoon........f....i1, '' 175 ;, ;. ,', ., ,.r'lI I' : > u

effect of the prize fight. About ....... 175: f. -it. ".'. .'J .
Orange .
; ,,. ) J. 4 .
.. .. .-. -11' 'S f. d1 \ "r f"
the mOlt good the paper can! do Long Bay.4 "J.'" '"-v1- 175 .1
,, possible Bradford,..],...,?./..T.5.:; ....... 175 ".n, fl. .<10.. .M.i /,**(" t -"r' / rr I
is little' d
to say. as as Lake Riley,.......:..........::... 175 .' \ I. .

about 1t.Sumter. Econ Da..i..i...!. t.iit.i.ib.t. 175 I .j. : i ",w ""t l 't."";.' '" .,i '1'. .i j, : .",'-...I .. ,

.Youngstown/ ...,... ..J"..,......, 175 .... '".'.

county wants 'good<<1 New Hope, .....,..,... .'......... 150 j*:

Tompkins. .. .....' 150
roads and will-vote on August 2 I Millers Ferry. ......<. '. 150 JVf..,

on the question of issuing $150- White Oak.... ..:\
000 bonds to be invested in road Deadening ... 150 -
i Perch Pond,.,.... .'.. 150 '
Congress And Poor American Highways Quit Yer 'Nockin. "
building. Of course we hare no Ebenezer..,... ,.,........... 150 USE FENOLE '1;

business to butt in, but Sumter Gay.y 150 France has. spent $303,975,000on << Stopper klckin 'bout the times .
citizens willbe wise if they votein' Deatln................... 150 national road-building, has aka hustle onyou; .,- .-.,-- .
Clemmous.,.T.. .;.. 150 Skirmish round and grab the dimes

the affirmative.. Gully Sprln,... .. .i.,.. 150 contributed $81.000,000 to the Ef the dollars shun you ; The 'Only 'StainlessDisinfectant -
Vlnson. ........ 150 .
construction of local roads .nd Croaking never bought a dress, ....
; ,
Pine ...... .;..... 150 -
Bluff .ib. '
There is nothing that will''so .e. : '"
probably has the best 1 allroundhi 'GrowUn'.I.n't In it. ,
Carter.;... ..,......;.., 150 ?' -, .; '.:
completely kill a town as a divided hwar system of any'nation' in Fix your peepers on success, 'l
Cook.r.... .J-! .r:; j 150 *... .
people. Selfishness and jealousy Porter Pond...: .'.......:.'".,." ISO the-world..' .'. Then go In to win it. ''. ',Germicide. i i :" 1" '
Times (I.'gettln' good agin- .. <;. _
never have'' and never will Pine Island,. ,. .. 150 ;
CypreiB.i.V.iif.'i.V.i :...'.>..\'.. 150 Our .own congress, getting Try to help them if you kla.Don't ww; _: .
; build a place. Wh.ea.a tew enterprising : Insect Destroyer '?<
Yates. 150 ready now to adjourn,' authorized -
alt 'round with hangin 1l1p. .
men try to accomplish ;Ooshen..i...;. ISO : road \
a 'trivial $114,240; for' ; That la to floor ,'. : ,
aure you; ;
something for the good of.. the Panama,.. .. .. 150 .
1 re.t Greenhead,..,.., ......t.',;.,.:.,.. 150 building purposes, which generous Try to get a better grip --,
community and the' standoff !
Base-LIne,............:...... ..,. 150 sum is- to be used for' the Qn the work before you. No'Insects ., .

and throw cold Water, it is Holme- Creek................:.. 150 up-keep a'good'.1'9a48' bureau Put some ginger in your words, -,>' _. ., Ii

i ten to one that that town"will're- :New Honor,...,......;.......,.*.<; ,150 1 When you greet' neighbor; No Germs' .
.......... .'. in Washington.It -:
main at stand still. Cedar Creek 150 Throw your troubles to the birds, I .
; a : I
: Woodland ...;.,., 150 is than coincidence '
more a Git right down to labor.An'you'll .
II. .Mnrf..,........... 150 America No Disease, ..
that has the day ;
A smile can do wonders, anda Hogtown... ....,..,...,,.. 150 therefore ia every j. .. ............ .
Allenton,.;'(. ..t....,,..,;. .,..':.,.<, ;130A poorest system'' of highways' in Things comln-right your way .

kind word can do wonders. iiior,.it...,.,... I.,.,,.,',. ........ .15G civilization; excepting' a few Cen- Stop yer klckln', get a hold Where Fenole is Used; ,...;,.

Two smiles can do morethan Grant,.' ,.......,.., 150 tral American states given to Of the wheel and turn it; ,A..1 t

one, and two kind words can do Liberty.,, ...,...".:';..,/ ;....."' 150 an- You can never handle gold ate .. .
Otter Creek, ...........Co .150! archy and graft, and those domains 'Less to earn it.Brush 75c.
more than one kind word. It New Prospect,.,'.v .........,., 150 reaching toward the polar you try Quarts,

comes down to a simple problemof New Harmony.y,':.i;...... ISCBouker the cobwebs from your eyes Gallons, $2.50.. ,* ; '' J .
: regions where road building j?
arithmetic. If smile and ......../.' .......4.4.... 150 as Stop your blamed repinln',
one Bonnet;.<.. 150 the old man said "don't 'count An' you'll notice that your: skies, 5 Gallons. $12.00. '."

one kind word may serve to make Poplar Head ....Ir'.fijV-: ; _.....>. ." 150. nohow. Allua '11 be a shinin'. tl i -

one tired heart happy, how many Color.d. ."" If you hain't the nerve to try 10 Gallons, $22.50. :.

... tired hearts can a dozen smiles Chlpley.... ...,..., $475 For these figures,' we are indebted Sneak away asmewhere and die. iJ]
Vernon... ... 325Sylvanla. ; to a 'dispatch recently The Hdw. Co.
and a dozen kind -words make : .... .;. 335 I Chipley :; .

happy? The problem is aim'ple.Don't David .,.i.... 175 published from our Washington '

be stingy with smiles Sand Hill........ 175 correspondent. He also drew: Chipley, Fla.
your Clarkson,.. .........' 150 attention to the, large amounts !
and your kind words. Brltton .......;I... 150 Great Britain its NOTICE: FOE PUBLICATION. '
spent by on
Bed .;
Department of the Interior,
A without Si.L>nke...:.. ISO highway systems.: *.' J' We will send the Banner free fort U. 8: Land Office at Gainesville Fla. '
community good
Brink HIII.-: ; ,.. 137.60 June 4th. 1910.
schools churches is in While .we are, searching round term of this school to Notice Is hereby /given that Nero Mc-
a poor New Era.r. 137.50 e Faddan. of Fountain. .! .
Bconflna ... .. .... for an explanation as to the 'superiority .IorldaJ.wbo homestead'on
way. Did you ever.stop to''think: y. .4. 137.50St. I September Oth 1904 made ,
..Joseph.r,., .... 137.50 'of ''European over To Every White ,TeacherIn : Entry No 34837 (Serial No. 02838) for wW .
that a church is just as good as, Oak Bill.....,... -.i. .." 125 American' agriculture, .and of ewg, sekTof swj and swtf" of se%, /
appointing Section Township 2 North Range 13
and no better than, the folks of Anderson......... .. 125 commissions Washington CountyWho west Tallahassee Meridian has filed no ,
which It is composed? And that Island Pond.. ,.., 125 at large lice of Intention to make final five year
Pine City.......... 125 expense to probe the cost of' liv- proof to establish claim to the land"
your church aggregation, i is the will send us the news of above described before the Clerk of the>l .
There la a total of ninety schools in ing, a little quiet, investigation, Circuit Court at Vernon.. Florida on the "
best you have? And that your Washington county-73' white schools i flto the road-making policies of their community each week, or 14th Clamant 1010. -
schools are just as good as and and 17colord achools. The names as :
: America and 'Europe might shed every two weeks at least. Gaston McFadden. Ed Davla sJohn
no better, than the pupils com- for these schools for 910-11 Bess, J. 8.: Thornton all of Fountain

posing them? And that these made by the Board of Public Instruction light.It Correspondents may write ,on Ed Fla.foe paid.. HBHBT! 8. CHUBB Register..

pupils are our children. Each at it* meeting July lat amounts to is lop-sided logic,that would any subject, of general interest. .j j .!.

S21.900.00. efficient workman NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. ,
individual is therefore bound to I make a. more .. Our only request is that they refrain Department of the Interior -
ot the farmer and leave unchecked ?
U. S. Land Office .
at Gainesville Fla.JnnelJ.1910.
do dead-level best as a schoolman from using the name of .
any ,
the toil he and theeon.umer
churchman or'citizen.., A Popular Government Bint. "in Notice la hereby given that Lewis E.
pay to bad.!'9..dand to no roads. person away calculated to give Carter of Nolea )'1&., who on November'-'
whole is no better than its .parts. A piece of advice now going offense. 10th 1904 made Homestead Ent.r71No.
The we 36222 (Serial No; 09059) for n > _
You of
are one the parts. the I rounds of the and cred- Township
press in the oK of nwJ(. Section 20 1
told stands It
ited to F. C. is serviceable : are way. Let Hear North, Range 15 west,Tallahassee Meridian -
Atkeson certainly-does and has, from time us has filed notice of Intention to make
The, Times-Union ,suggests to all good citizens of the final five year proof to establish claim to
immemorial when proPosalsaimedlargely
the 'land above described before the
that a convention be called to American republic. It js, particularly :- at benefitingthe From You. Clerk of the Circuit Court at Vernon, .",
t Florida;on the 87th day of July 1910.'
meet in Jacksonville for the .. .
pur- serviceable, just now. farmer "fo'rward. Claimant names as witnesses: .VV.H.::
are put J l I
Bishop. J. F. Carter of Notes Fla., T. -
pose of outlining a general planof to American democrats'who
are We want the News .
We'have not observed pbsta- J. Forehand of Norum. Fla., Emanuel

good roads for, the several asked fo wait, for reform: upon des 'of' an'* .*insuperable nature I Brown of Vernon Fla.UENBT.! S. CH BB. rEd .

counties of the state. This con- the pleasure of democratic lead fee paid Register. .
where other ;;clas3est.of! .citizens,
certed action working on a Definite .ers and to' trust. the selection of were to be recipienta.of: govern- NOTICE Department FOR PUBLICATION of the Interior, NOTICE FOR ,,PUBLICATION.. ./ -.''

plan, suggests the Times-: their, United States senators to mental favor. U., S. Land Office at Gainesville Fla. Department of the Interior J'; ;

Union, "would do more goodthan democratic politicians. Here it I JuI72nd.lGIO.otlee U. g, Laud Office at Gainesville Fla.! c'
la -
& hereby given that Augustus June 25;-1910."
a half dozen, gatherings; called Is. : D. Avlrett, of Youngstown. Florida! who Notice Is hereby given that James M.
Comparative.Ylrtne. on September 3rd 1903 made Homestead Simmons of Vernon "'Ia..who. on* Dee.", _
together to discuss good roads No reform has ever Worked Eniry.No. 33790(Serial No. O2113) for nX 21st, 1903, and April 4.. 1910. made II. E"., .
in general and to stir from the of sex and nW of .wX. Section 1, Town- I"'No. 33456. Serial No. 08871 and H. E: Berial -'"
a way up top downwards and Alas! confessed the penitent shtp.1 Houth.! Range 12 West Tallahassee No. OB667 for of nwf(. net V of

enthusiasm for good, roads." never wilL The fellow at the man;a a moment of-weakness,, I Meridian has filed notice of Intention to' nw)( and awl(of w3, Section 30,Town
make final five year proof to eaLabU.bclaim ship 8 North, Range 14 West Tallahassee
The Times-Union also pointedly top is always satisfied with stole'a? carload bit brass'fittings. to the land above described, before Meridian has filed notice of Intentionto
Amos E. Lewis. U. S. Commissioner at make final five year proof to establish, '
remarks "that a road, that is. a things as they are, because be In a .moment of weakness?' exclaImed Marlanoa Floridaon the 10th day of I I claim to the land above described, before

link in a general system'I of has the best of the situation. If the judge. Goodness, August 1910.Claimant I the Clerk of the Circuit Court at Vernon',
names as witnesses C. Mc- }Florida on the 17th day of August. 1910. .
vastly more importance that one reform is needed in economics, man! what would'you have takenif mule: A. M. Sinclair, of Youngstown, I Claimant names as witnesses: George
ria.. A L. Harris, of Nixon1la.. ., E| I F. Gainer Boyd Cox M. W. Widener,'.. '
that.slmply supplies. the' needsof politics, religion, it must come. you bad yielded a moment Avlrett, of Millvllle Fls.aaxaxS.. Jake Ureon all of Vernon Kla. '.
Ii'* \ CHUBB HBUTBTS. CHUBB,'' < 'I"; I"
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a community, from the .bottom upwards. when you felt, strong.. ; Ed fee ptld.. .aelfl ter.. Ed lee paid. Register. '

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'- Of, every Description; from the cheapest FARMERS

,11, ; \ '.: : '. goods to the 'best that is made. '. 1

.. t Bowls and Pitchers, Water CoolersSprings for'double and sin ; -

_' I. i' ."Ii.J: *., | JU rc ;: b j : ,)I' ale beds, -'taiBM .... .. ...... .. "
i.. Table Sets .>. ', ,
4 w J; f Refrigerators, Matt esssu, all sizes.:and ,: ."
a lgrades, :

' : 'fl J An Agricultural Fair '

,..' Q Lace'Curta s, Porters, Bed Spreads, Window Shades,. Window Shade Pulls ; ,, :

11 I ... I 11[) Picture Hooks, Trunks Suit Cases .

L.. .. Hammocks,, Art Squares, Rugs."Mattin, Telliscopes, Rockers.. ,
will be held in Chiplejr' this fall .

li'. 1: ...!Baby Carriages, Go-Carts, and Baby Walkers:: ,
x;', \.. '1"' .' .".... / l 4.-.:'> -, .. w- : ; _. .' and on you :to .a large 'j.extend : 1
ask that a very ,
x' 'tl"w l.1 We you'give us call,.&7d we will take pleasur jn showing you through, our stock. : ., \,

?...F, +!'.',!':: IHtsanvtbingin' house'{ fufbisbirigs. you want, we have them at prices that. will suit you. depends, its success. ,*. .:. :. ; ', '.

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ti. :. ?HE FURNITURE MEN, ; Washili
f : Every farmer in ton. Jackson

i': ,f Chipley, Florida. '
;::' ::""Y."' 1' -. ... i and "Holmes' counties' requested:, 'to plant' il t
i : -ft
:' :j,i' ,; something especially; or-to-collect an 'exhibit ; ,

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" ,; : from his farm, to br'inittd'the fair. /
.1;+) Championing the.Wo....... One Sided Gambling. Lady ___.. '* Leg. .
+ ;' "f An Incident that occurred some years "One need only to try lita luck at any tt was'' blowing rather hard, and ---- at
:_i '. kk.i \ ago dudQ 'a 'session of'the" British of the' Riviera gambling palace to there waa a nasty sea on an hour and '
: parliament furnished an amusing illustration learn how slender are the chances to : :;
'. ; a half before the Ant breakfast bugle. No country' on earth' can beat this particular
; of the-; power .of ,s tlrto win at roulette," says a German corre An officer, of an' ocean liner burned .
':" bring:, about results that sober' argument spondent 'writing from Ostend. "But along the passage' between the staterooms section; .if will put forth just a
X; f ten falls to Acconjiplliib. It be would experience the gambler's and a timid voice called to him: -
I. There bad.been Itatrodncett a*bill! designed disadvantage at its best let him come "Oh, Mr. Officer, please atop!" : little extra effort. Won't'you do it? :
7. : tdt prevent cruelty to wild ant to Ostend and join the baccarat play He turned and saw a dear old lady .
.' mats In""captivity. It Willi opposed) on' ers. The game as it Is played, gives with .a wrapper'i I thrown around her' :
h ;. the ground that, It paused }t would ,the man who places his money i against peeping through bet half open door. I' .
,endanger >certain kluds of legitimatesport' the bank: no chance whatever, and If It "Yea madam" said the officer. I.
(.:: ji"\: ': were known how much money Is sacrificed "Mr. Officer. plea*. would you call The Cattle.aod! Hog 'raisers and Chicken ;

,t.5' ', of Kimberley arose In a season-In .the endeavor to this a gatoT asked the old. lady anx. :
:;,t' '"I l' I ted the for'ce'of this win by luck and by system the public lously. .. : fanciers are also, requested yes urged' .
.' : would' be borrl ed. It Is. nothing un
j"" "Oh. no, -madaml! There'. not the '
?+t ..;t, .i' no doubt," said he usual for the bank to win twentyfourtimes least danger. 1 assure you" to'get their favorites'ready for the'fair: 1

''''' ; : put .an end to flsh- before an outsider wins once. ... It half galer
"Well a
J"'J; It...... a.8.bale. It 1s"a'bIn-to' The people who play, If they have ever '"Not even half a.gale, and this Is _.....................Ml; ;. : 11

a', :, : :. prevent cruelty to wild "animals' In played before, know this, and still the, sack an excellent: sea boat that you >
"f'':': <.;:"';{.r.. captivityThe:: firhedule, states/ that come again, respond to the call until needn't.w< : --"' the word, laalmai' shillf be held ,td In-. they depart and plant their gold In the .
;;'J .,:'::;', elude reptile. A worm may ba held to baccarat mire In the hope that'It' will "Well, what would you call, It, .

''7'I t" ; be a reptile. A worm Impaled on a bear fruit. It 'does. But what is the ,pl..r said the lady, steady Ing. herself : department will \be* justas
" ,', ;.1: hook must 'certainly 'be held to be In harvest?' aa the v.uel rolled. fc-v''iWPM ,
'd.-: :'y'. captivity; therefore the angler< who "Just a fresh nor'west breeze, mad-. .
'Ij _i r;:n .w., :" uses>a. Itye :worm' for 'baltl would be A Shocked Soot. am, with a cross sea running. But ; liberal as the mean of' the : :.

d':;:-u.: ....:). guilty;,Of. cruelty to an 'animal in cap The London Chronicle' says that'two I really,,therfs nothing to fear.". 4 '
,if,. -P.i. : tlvity. Englishmen recently' touring In Scot "Thank you so much. .1 Just wantedto .
I, The laugh that followed" at the expense land found that Sabbatarianism occasionally .
-;, get It(; quite right In ID7 diary, you Fair will permit.FAI
" :" \ ,x r', of those against the bill robbed extends to the middle of the know."-New York Times. .managers ;
;',J' ..#.t. the opposition of whatever force It hud week. They were forced by the weather "-

'), i I' >.rf.;';.. and carried the measure to a suc- I to take refuge in .a small country the A Bit .f a Bull. x.........................'............ I '.' I' .'.'h', .,1 I :.:
fessful? hotel and after lunch adjourned to '
\ .I.t;; Issue.-Cincinnati Commercial .
_. I I.topped. The following entry was ..JI'I.I. ; '<
billiard room to kllLtlme until the rain
Tribune. the other day In the complaint book / t I
... The had started
I game Raise
club which numbers Somethingue21
of a Melbourne ,
. '. 'Sun Cooking, when the landlord entered In a ,very :
Irishmen Its members: .
: I '... Sun cooking-roasting,and boiling'by drunken condition, upbraided' bis"visitors several"The not .water among to the lavatory today .(\,. '.. y.. t ,, J ,$ : nfor
sunlight Instead of by coal.or gas-has for their unseemly conduct and ;ff'I I "
; was. quite cold and there was none theI ; .
', :. been going*; >n for 300 years. There are Insisted on their leaving the billiard of It." ? I "\\iro. :.N .. "r
., ;: son stoves that roast-a sirloin or boll room. They received profuse apologies of well '
." It. was In the handwriting a
,,:r a soup to perfection., They are only from the landlady. IIer husband known doctor. .
;, ."' I used,, however by; scientists. A sun always got drunk on Sundays, she 'd'1
.' c ;. stove consists mainly of a mirror-a explained, but. mistaking the day, he I ,'R" "f ,
,;.' I. : 1 : spherical mirror-on a Joint. There Is had got ''drunk '00 Thursday Instead, Obeyed Him.' ; :
So been buyIng
Newllwed- you've
and from force of habit, believing it Mr. ,
: ; also a reflector. The place for pot or 1 ,,' .
been shocked at the more useless truck! .We have absolutely II.; ., 1 1r ;
y; plate- so situated that the mirror's was Sunday, had : :
:' ... rays can',be focused"on accurately; click of the billiard balls.Mastication. no use for those curtains. .1' .
... : )'Have I not told yon to atop buying ,
: A:Germ an t Baron' Tcherhausen.-! .- was .
because they were cheap t .
things just
I the first sun cook. He began In 1087 to ,.
it', '
t : Mrs. N.Aiiwd-Yea, my dear, and -
.' boll water, and In 1688 he' bad very The .body Is a manufactory said : I
Those curtains
lye obeyed were
Sir John "It baa to innnufac you.
good success In boiling eggs. f a doctor recently.
'; Herschel and Buffer. are other famous tore bone and blood and muscle and not at an cheap.

'. *;,i< names associated with sun cooking. brain out of bread and butter, eggs,
: In California 'various" sun cooks have beef and milk and a wopderful process -- .-.

'. boiled a gallon of water In twenty it Is. Now the first part of the :
',-: mlnnte/jLroasted meat In two hours process takes place In the mouth and
'"" and pos $X eggs In fifteen minutes, as in most factories the first is the I 9J' I
:. quite as good time-as the ordinary fire most Important It a wrong start .1s S :
: ,_ makes. made, everything that follows' la, put -

I An odd thing about meat roasted by, wrong. If the food Isn't well mas-, tJ .. ." ,j i } !

j;,,. sun rays Is .that It has an unpleasant Heated and mixed with the saliva !the ; :: '- ,. .,It. : ''.- ..,.:: .. >-j : ., 'I. flil"
,'r', taste. -This Is avoided by the Insertionof stomach, the liver and the intestines -.' '. I <,' ;
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:': of a plate of yellow glass between the are thrown out of gear; consequently -
:. ",. ". meat and mirror. .In all solar ''stores most of the more advanced. doctors .".. ,.:" : "') .' '. ,. .. : .. ;

;"-1" "!'*! the sheet of yellow glass figures.-Lon are paying a great deal of attention'the .\ \ ........ ," I. "' I' "
'' condition of their patients' teeth. ,: ,
rr' don Tit-Bits '. ,0a \ .
" : .' They know, to garble Shakespeare a. :,'., -'D You Walnt. f .., '
.. d Discouraging. bit. that "good digestion waits on tna*J .. '. A '. .' J t q, ,
T- man went .Into a drug tlcation. and health on both."-New ,. :
+ Z. A pompons '
' "z ., tore early the,other morning to buy York.Tribune. : : : 'T :: :
;:" I ,"}{'" a cigar. The only person 'be found Big Bargalh :. : : ;
fr. t. .' : '. there was the soda water dispenser. How Letters Strike Our Ey.. :
'.f& 1):.: 1" The boy: was sweeping out the store. Roman letters of various sizes are
"' r'' "Sweeping out eh f said the man. commonly called Into request by oculists .- ..11I, ,, ,

V,.,". t <.,.ii>"' .- "Well that's how I got my: start ( In testing vision. Recent experiments 4. '" d, 1 .. . t
" ,, I
'(p;: /f;j: .: The boy: looked him over and re with show which great the'various differences letters In are the' ..."'_t.,_,.....,......... .... IN -. .... "' ., ..,I
:,. 1" ', plied. "Aw, what do you want to discourage ease It... t
t. :; me like: that for:!"' recognized by the same person. T Isespecll1y t. I
and ( i' .. "
': difficult of recognition .
: :: '' When the man left he ,was frowntng p T' e. ",
.. "
i ; g' 1 Post.Edifying.. Is apt to be mistaken for Y. By a similar lll:: H.w"' "I.A 1,1 I \ i
'' 'l'$ 'toi'--t "-Denver j C1otl11ing .::::I.oe.s..8nd ats
r.,:, J,' optical Illusion the angle of L Is Urh.. l II I
,,. .: ", I rounded off making the letter resemble ,.&TO:11'0 I
r. .
k .
'- > 4 I''.e L ;
of .
reversed J, V Is the easiest "
a .
for )-Did .
i Gentleman looking rooms \ -
I \ you say a music teacher occupies" he' all letters' to recognize and 0 presents. .. GOa T,9 :.. I {.( '. ,-:;.::::.: ': (,. :..' .' .:
.' That cannot be very little difficulty! K Is more easily recognized ,... ", .
t next apartment
til.. _..: pleasant Landlady (eagerly) Oh.that's than D. which resembles It I t ,,. 1, 1 3H I I 9f r n + -. 1I
closely: ,. and both N and Z are easily : '
, 1 .. nothing. Be baa eleven children
la I' {: : and they: make so much noise recognized. A" easily guessed
but Is difficult : :
!f,.,. IP"" you can't hear the piano.-Harper's; of from positive Its general recognition.form Including distinct : '. '\ J1iiicFiiC&1

.} Beat. -
perception of the horizontal i : .

'I: f OpuUno. E and F are among the most difficult : ." ,. .., : ... .. '.: .:,\, ."
of all letter .
."What Is your Idea of happiness? I
t To be able to spend my: own money \ i
r ,. Out of Her Reach.. I '. ..:
just as It I were going to turn In an .
Elsie-Why Is Clara always so short ,. ;
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..l'expea.e account when I got bomChicago .
of money? Didn't her. father. leave : '
Becord-Herald. her' a lot? Madge-Yes; but, yon see. : :& 4' . .'
he's not to get It till she's thirty, andihe'll j ,
_' Bank: has 1fa.'boi'e. as w.ll'as: pleasures. thai.-Boston I, { .
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W. I." Versatility and ,lado l. Don't Ea perilment:' '" wFrst.Ntx'at $

DOUCLA&* :.; \'; .f..... _{.,v,,; : nt'Z.1ttf; _

8a.OOs3.50-4.qO It has been the salvation of ," '.., .... ..... ", '- '. OF PENS: O".K, PL- '14il:

& 85.00 many a youth to strike suddenly You Will Make No Miat&kLJf; ""47' x jJ

upon his life-work. It has been ,*. You Follow ThUl yivicje.' / > Designated Depositary of the United &tate.. J { ,
the misfortune of some men that '., '"- *: Oldest .n Ln-W
Bat IllhiYIortd Never neglect ourkldaq..Ii ...... j! '
they have hunted aimlessly and back O G.A. TSz= j-o-E/sr: : it7"il: l:
UNION If you have pain in the urinary -
MADK t restlesslyiapn into middle life for .
I disorders, dizziness and nervovs /
Boys' J the mode'"in which they might ness, its time to act and no Hint to ex Million Dollars.

Shoos most valuably;;em ploy themselves periment. These are all symptoms. of : 1 .Surplus;. : and Undivided' Profit. .1OOOOO.. .' '. 't'
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$2.00 without ,quite finding what they kidney troubles. and you eta ,Interest.Paid in Savings. Department Rale of 4 per cent per A..... .. : ." ..--
remedy which Is known,to cure, the .'........ .
and fi sought. It is supposed to be a '
kidneys.. # .. ,The Plrs National Bank -" :: ,_:" .;, :
$2.GO compliment to say of a man that Doan's Ktdney'PI1U is the refe) -.t :'-",
fait Oolfr tftlfti l/Mtf" is touted ei r1meut" It OP F; BNSAGOLA.W. .. ." ,.: ,,
he versatile. His versatility No need to ( .. ... ;0.. .
W. L. Douglas shoes ar. price., quality considered;;b* th.woIdJ? Way : W. J. POHBBH. Ca hlur. THOU W'.Buswr. ....t. Ca. ler. W.N.ROBBIITB. A....Coshlert ,
Their excellent tube vicinity. DlrtclortF.C. Brent W. A. Blount,, W.8. KQ...... Wm. H. Knowloe. W. K.Hrw. .t I J, '" ',r _
.. style, .a.y'fittlag'an&loeg Can: ,Chlptey'residents' { deasand"fur. W. J.FoI"bea., ,. Knowle. Hp'er. Thoa W.BreoVW. ,,. : ':-c
wearing Qualities ejtceli'thoae:-of, 'Tbe-wiee'mtfb is he who finds -:
ether snakes. If yew bar* been paying th..proof than that contained i> In'' the :1."w
high prices for your shoe,the next time) out as early: in life as be Is.- abt following testimonial '.. ; :; :

yon....a pair sin W.L.Douglas shoes the tbinj,yphich.Jie-cah do to the Mrs.-, W. An Laird, DeFunlak] H. MILTON, M. L. DEKLE, F. M. GOLSON.: .., j'f!:. -,'
a trIaL You"can saveMoney oaf:yon*. President. VIce-Presldent Cashier .." -
footwear and get.shoe*.that are/jusi as test Advantage, and then bends Springs, Fla., says: "My..littlertbay I J ," t":-: -i _
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t coodjivwrwry. : way as thou that bar* his whole achieve Injured his back while playing{ about "

_*>4i eBi coeting you higher p l ", '. energies to two'years ago, and after that he had First Nationai3ank.tMARIZ : ) :t> <.
--t- If yon could visit our large .. sbccess'In 'that: particular busi considerable trouble getting" upand .
Brockton, Mass, and s.for yourselfhow ] '.."'.-:, '.'
carefully W.L. Douglas shoes .... ness. The unwise man is he downs stairs on, account of pains NNA. FLA.u .,,. :;':':'
made, yon would then understand. why i in"whcta' *'the'habit of'restlessness I II through his loins. We gave him ere ':. '-4.c. ."' .'

they hold their shape fit better and has become confirmed I rythlng that came to our attention, but 'i' "

wear rT longer hole_. than w. L.other Douilas name .and pie, Is experimentation leaving by perpetual behindihima -- he grew no better. When I saw Do*.'*" ,,'. \' u .:/f .. ,( Ca pitah .50000.00 J' .. '--). ;;',, : ;.

'high prloM on anl uw Bottom inferior, *bo protect e. T the.Jk.wwrar HI. nuBt kctlMMipM .. '. Kldjiev Pills so highly advertised Iprocured J ,. 'Solicits, ,Accounts of Banks,. Corporations, Firms aad lodlviduals. ; !:::t:.'
*>.... If W.L, .&, trail of'' ,incompleteness box and began giving them ':r,'
Tlotnltr ferooktauMju write*for. HaU AAt.13T..., \ and inchoate ,, a Our twenty years ex rlencein. the banking business enables us to offer ..j. : ;,> '
-o** : : unsuccess, en to him; It requiredbut'fev doaerfto :yon: the beat banking facilities of any bank in West Florida We also have.fa -,t .;.J.t.,: ';,,,i;'
Campbell &' Dekle Co. terp'rlseand'' half-baked" inceptions dlspo e-o.-.tbct-p.lna.andih.*now+fela fully equipped Savings Department,liv which'we pay.tnteteatondepoeltsattAe-.:' .

r -* as immature'' fruits of better.In Imererywayi;-:*JaW eryvjaRsd ,counts. .".by.. mall. -,handled. ,aa. ea.Uy.aaby.peraooal.ntervlew-, ,*. ***'jam ...,.."' ;* i',
his ful,to Doan'aKidneypillstottitheben-, Send us your business:: : :::l-i/:;

Is YourProperiflFor; Sale" ?, versatility- I ,--x... efit they brought my IOn.', P. IVT. GOt.90Caehier... "" -.t: t -
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receiving inquiries, for TNtbiagoblMren have more or less diarrhoea centsFosterMilbumi' Chi,, Buffalo I '. ; :"..:.{.:.;..,
many which be '
controlled .
can by giving
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New York, sole'agents eoliths "United J r.J1.
homes, farms,' .stock lands,' etc Cbambe&'I It.''', olio Cholera: and Dlar* States.' .' ,. If it is Machinery you want, we have it WdtekL :: ;:(; "

J If'you have such! property .forsale shoe Rented!. All that is ueoeeeary is togive Remember the name=' Doans-and '''us'for' catalogue, prices and terms.' f '. ;1 'fIf:
dose each .
prescribed ,after operas i-
I or rent, inthe t tounty:: ,'ot' i tlbn of the bowels more than natural and take no other.. ,' rPA ::

or near Chipley,..and will give iJs then castor oil ,clelADH. the system ItIs MALSBY COMPANY .: :
a full description of it, we will I safe and ure. -Sold by City Drug Store No Lie*. After 41 South GA :
Forsyth St. ATLANTA ; ;
and 8 K MoQeachy.FitedatloTrofWorld't. They were telllDgn fish stories,and' ., ;V
undertake to help you find buyer r at last the tan,lank maa>on>tbei crack- 1 ':',
We sell'the well-known American
following goods:
Please. state, size" ,,, 'location' and er barrel said: 't' Hench &: Dromgold.. Geiser "Peerless" and Smith, Myers & Schnier Saw*I ,_ \..f'....j.
distance from town; amount in Peace. "I went down to the n e.e'tnlsitaorn*' Mills in all sizes ana capacities; Erie City, Geiser "Peerless," and Houston, ,.:;; ,",t'I

cultivation.and timber numbef *' Ing; and i although,the......!" warn high1. I Stanwood Equity
; ; justiceneighborly; ,almost to a flood I took a ten foeti 1 Shingle Machinery; Band Saws, Edgers Grist Mills "Peerless" Threshers, ..::..,. and condition of b'Jildinp.wateraupply ;; helpfulness) trust in courtS and 'pike", Planers,Steam Feeds,and various other Machinery, Repairs and Mill Supplies.- .?.LI'

.A fruit, stock, etc.:,-naming not 'i i'arms for settlement of 'Stop' tbereezclaimed! the+tat.maa.i I i We can furnish you the best Machinery on the the.same. '. ':' -'"",,'<
with the time save you money. We have no branch house. .1: 1l
comeob'plpe <
the.lowest price and terms" andmail differences! of opinion-these are I o'"7Wtook :
an1 eight pound troatr aad'I ..i. .
+ or send in'top the foundation stones of the na- Bit idly by, but': ar tent foot plkeHneeri ... ;I ."'Jt* '.S'itW ". -"

THE'BOARD' cm TBAD&) ttdn'a1'fi;s\eitn policy:'of tomorrowS Ananlaa died for.l aa.tbra>thatM. I II ,.,is ; '"
'- "I took a ton foot pike pole" con.. tt I .promptly obtain U. 8.and foreignRtfTENTS ) CITY .BARBER;: JSHOPJJNo ; : ..: t::;:,
Chipley, Fla. mainly in the past. The ....
tinued'theunruilledd ,toil, lank DMU 'on- I ... -ki' !
1 SL.CT.KIANY4 r .brotherhood of ,nations is' the the. cracker' barrel,.'.VaodMo'; :!less'thaa : r ";r.r ;, I II

MaC.Att1C phrase that sums it up, and registers1 five minutes I hooked out* Oftoan foot ,H I Waiting' "' ._ ;. "
( Cum 4 T..irW dead.t,,p? : application highest, eth.ics.t ba."See beret "Bee' herel" yelled the 3 Barbers' : y
real.Q ta'Iwr.udsorbI. Send model sketch or photo0finrefUoator
.toob. amp!.,pr.a collective human ,action man who owned the+grocery r "Tonl free report on book .. .. :I..: .

AND ptky2I.f uolcta...esa. and this at a time when scepti- hare to go way from, her, tOil finish Psteotsand erfRADLIUOARKS I ro"pposlte' Everything lJp.t-Now. -. ," .;:/i: ,

: that >Ue" I hain't got no Ugbtnla' rod. Ion : --:.- .- :' -
'r1tR cisnrairttftHe1 applicability of the !' ., Pab.. Ca. this store ylt." I Shave, ..'.. i.., .I 15c. o. 'a ....if.: .it
a gam. Bor.Pboeorr.pbr .
s5 Golden Rule to relations of mensrife "I booked out a fifteen foot basswood Halrcuttlng2Sc.. .' .1 ; ; .;: .

mtamt. 4.wreod in quarters' where it is log" persisted the.tall;lank man, Shampoo...... ,ZSc.Massage ',, -.'.,'.; ...'.
,. AMaa1CAN ... 25c.Hair ". -
LRICi ,"and I want. to- ask bow much yow. : :, i
P.o'roaaA.NYWchnlt aNUNa.I pktur..,moadtpd.o.t"t. a least expected. think I kin git for If U, S. Patent Office f Singe,. .2Sc. ." M4": ._': I
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.,,ham, plctu..PHOTO We Solicit Your -' ': : -
Patronage.Very .
...,.d. S.mpl.copfN.skis Slightly Acquainted. Net Aptly-Worded. -l\:: .
i purr.i RAP1 An absurdly worded statement oils Respectfully c '_:: : -
te:. r aninstance of the "marryng fact which"was'not' In Itkelf remarks .; '
in taste" ble recently tried the gravity of the- "W. D.' Peters, Propr. '.' ;" 1:::..
principle. that obtains
,r listeners. It was'on the occasion' of .. .
to write for our confidential letter before
in some American cities an the.funeral of an elderly woman in aNew for patent;It may be worth money ':
A Word With You ingliaHtlady who visited Chicago England 'town.' Sbe had-left an obtain U.a. and Foreign :D f) J. JONES. : L i:

old mother .
nearly ninety years of age PATENTSwil
related: how ber'maid who -
/ ac- and' an only 8O .wbo'w.. well on toward 3tttorn.y. ...-... ,,'; ,' .r ., _.::;';. : I
MR. MERCHANT: companied her<< quickly became TRADE MARKS or return; EN-: | ''
fifty. 'a fee. Bend model eJ sickorp1LLoand JIIIFLEY. FLA. .
imbued with the desire to be- The service -werei conduct by a we send an IMMEDIATE". \ -- JA j

You cannot look about you come ,Mrs. somebody.One timid young clergyman recently settled the FREE beil legal report service on paten and advfcer and our< t' :<(< 'l';
--,/ on the streets without seeing over the pariah After,praying?for charges are moderate. Try us. D. CARMIuH EL. _
morning she appeared before many and Tariona.thlngs-h.>aaid7 SWIFT & CO. -,. .... I
people ;who have\ money ;; her-mistress and, with glowing ADd ,twonw*! eepacUllji prays',tha> I Patont Lawyor, Attorneyat; : Law.. -. !
in their pockets which oughtto the Lord will, comfort and..svatala.Isv I t .Collections a Specialty.
eyes, announced that she had Opp. U.S.Patent Office,Washington, D.C. I
be in your cash drawer, their loss and morrow One Is .the orphan Chipley' ,Fla/ nD' !
named the-'day' and would be- who, although"no*IUUKVI"3 ouugv ,

or. to your credit in the bank come-.wife at the'' 'end of ,the Is an orphan Still and must, so continue ----

You cannot look about you' ., week: : The: other"l. the1 : toother far "' .. -

in your store or shop with advanced In years who baa survived' Botanic O'r .
Are you going back home: her daughter, although considerably -
out seeing goods that these' then? the lady ask. her senior."-Youth's.Companion. You *"*' -"." '

same oeople should Blood BalmB. _.4,.:: :
a own- Oh '
no, ma'am; its an ,American .
s Made Sure It Was Used. 'ie
should now be using gentleman, replied the maid. An old farmer and his wife, noted : ( & B.) Cares Through the Blood TakeTIEBMIEE- ..- ..... .. ,. ,

But, remonstrated her mistress for their niggardliness. had ''a custom r.,:t". ot",
These ,facts hold e-ood.-' of allowing the servant only 'on*match Blood Poison o
we've only been here
4 a to the fire with each morning. ;
even if you have been doing ortnight. One light morning'the match failed to kl>h" !. BONE PAINS; CANS ?; ** i

a'good business lately,' That's no matter., He wants die, so the 'servant went to their b.d o-"I CER SCALY SHIN --. ; R

1 They are the sort of facts the wedding to be on Saturday room door and asked for another one ; li not : .
which make store-keeping- A whispered. consultation was bald '- PIMPLES, ".
Well, 'can't you get him to<< between the two, then audibly the wife "

the mostinteresting; in ,the postpone the marriage.just a lit- Aid;, ,Rheumatism, Eczema. Why not\\"' r9VwillsendTH1CBAEapowtpalish

FJ' world-the most tantalizing vJ' tletti1Jl l I'caG get another maid? "WIll",7oa'" "pak her wl'snlthor amJobnT'b Itching Humors. : ; .: :

one, tOOt P' w.'ll '. B.B. B. (Botanic Blond Balm la the only Blood
Wen"m&'am";'Itd'1ik. to oblige. ,'r"I doot' bae tae rim hk. Janet remedy that kills the poison In the blood and then .
a.3 but replied John, "but be sure fin' seek a purifies It ending-flood of pure, rich blood direct to any address,for 91 pel year; boo tor. ..b.. >
Do realize that you, you see, I don't feel to the akin sur'ace Bun""". Joints and wherever .
you you debt d the &De she got last..afobt"blasgow the dtaeaae la located. In this way all Sores months. ; 30o,for three months.. .
can reach these people every well enough acquainted ;to 'ask Times. Ulcers. PlmplM, Eruptions are healed and cured.pain..nd -- r '
aches nt Rheumatism
r % 'week him to do that. nbside. B. B. B. Completely changes ceases the swellings blood Or .
nun clean bealth.condlt1on.r1yln8'the skin the iJ";, .
If yoa place an adv. .. .. .. W DO worst rich. red old hue canrs.of perfect health. B.B.' B.cures the Ot ;. ,

2n The f BOTANIC BLOOD l'i."MIlli( B.B.) ls.pleasani and CEa will send Tag B nwca and'tbe '.' .
L: Banner. 'Tl e'IfeX1' American1"wbo "un GILL: P 1 -ale tpurlflee to take and:compoaud enriches of the pure blood.Botanic B. B.ingredients B.strencthenetbe > New Yrok Tbrloe-a-Wcekr World' one r..rlor'U6' -":, ;.

It's worth: trying. dertakes to twist the lion's tail, LETTER nerves" and builds up the broken downy ,
tenu will probably-.hitve Ja use pinchers BEADS R ;UEADS with Sanrut directions SBMT for FRBB home by cursI writing to BLOOD c= .' ..'.:.. : '

if be expects to get a rise NOTE ENVBLOPEB BALM Co.. ATLAIITA. .G*. When writing for Or .' '._ ...
samples rive name of rout trouble if YOU know. .
I I .
out of the lion. BEADS USINESS
We will sendTsa.BAaxax and the"

ct.uat .. I ., -. STATEMENTS.!: /: N CARDS ) OOOOOOOOOOWhen Atlanta Weekly Journal, one year,for$1.781 I

i- ism i ; As an appropriate headgear you .want ,
for the blushing June bride, "per MILt T' MtSSARY''. JOB PRINTING Or .t I

mit us to suggest snowballs. t .
"terry's Seeds lo'I1EOKS' I CIIEC II you want ,all ,,three papers-1'... -

are tne best known sad &eeooeeeeeeeeeeeeceeeeeeeo9OOO9O9O999999OO9999999OO. BAttxnnTbe New York World;,The<:.Atlantftj _
Lt-'., most reliable seed. RECEIPTS DRAI1'SWEDDING ---- -- '
tbe grown.Brery The world's most ,successful medicine Journal-we win make the extreme:

,S: of a house ntekatehM whose business beblnd standard reputation ace tte for bowel complaints Is Chsmberlaln's CoUto ) N VISITING *. I y low price ef only '$,M for the, three p.,. ." ;
. the trade. Cholera and Diarrhoea : Advertise ;jnTHEX pen .' ,
.. A..... W be.......I'akllI' Hemedy. It bas INVITATIONS, G ABDS1 [ .w".J'; _,. eoIGre4- ...., i relieved more pain and suffering, and saved I "'. BANNER Today: is the .acoeptabl*time to eubeo.IHJ"' '
"' '*orI ear more lives than .
any other medicine la '
i S' .iwo.. ml w*' il sw" use. invaluable for children and adults. 9.1! ERA' :' .' For best results.; :J : : : :: '
eV CO, Detroit, Mfts** Sold by Oily Drug store and 8 K;McOeaoay ;: \ : I l ; ::.: i

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-, He Was a Good Mixer. ", resistant and finally the'- latter .. . :"

A. There used to. be a popular perish. Firing the leaves l as .. r--" ... ... -j- .
;' miniater( in Indianapolis j"i ,yrjbo was not eradicated ticks?, although '- '- ......., ... ( ;" $

l well known in Louisville lIe followed for years., :farming 44 ,
was pastor of one of the leading with fire is pretty &:generally very 0 ,JOB i4

.churches of the city. He was poor farming, and 'unrestrained : .5',

:, built on the plan of the late Hen- fire in a forest is always harm 4 ,,
.JVft .
ry George, whose motto was: 'I ful. ,';'' CD ,
.. T' Si.' ., .. .
;;; am for men This Indianapolis 55 'Nbrn I PRINTING:
1 t'preacher,. was What is called a Nearly'every day we notice ;n : : I' w, .-'

good mixer. One day he stop- our exchanges where some boy ,

,{ ped in a blacksmith shop to chat has killed his .father, This ,.'is i ," .. ,. ,

with workmen. During the something awful to 'behold.A: u1 '.h.' .l' .. ." .I I" .T'

.: \ ?visit a florid faced man of prosperous son shooting down, his father .{ '. ;.
Created a gpodjmpression -
appearance came into the bis'best friend, save that of' his '" "

shop. He and- the minister! began mother, is simply terrible. If a '.' :" "' .rHO .1 .A among 'your cor- '
'chatting, but neither knew boy cannot get along with "; his .i'V o "' ;'". and '

the other's business. They became parents he: should leave them, ". fa \ r respondents 'helps

good friends in a few min and not take reyenge by shooting -. .;"., I) I to"give your business

utes. Finally the florid faced them down i in cold blood., A 'V < :11. V prestige., '

man produced his card, 'which boy that strikes his father and U
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announced that he'was in the sa kills him, will not only receive _..

loon business on West street. the punishment tbat is meted : "
I." ',' '.1 (, '" .,
I Come down-to my place any out to him by the laws of 'our "

., time, he said, and I'll show you a commonwealth. but will .receive' I r We' Do:'Neat 'Printing .

;. good time. that.dreadful punishment at the -1

All right, replied the minister, day of'judgement., ,n.. At Reasonable 'Prices. -t-

and by the way, I'm running a r f.Joo. t_ (
o I
pretty good place myself. Come Subscribe. for the, Banner. ". '.:00
and see and,I'llshow .
.me, you a ., -5 V '
,' good time. THOSE PIES: UK< BOYHOOD > 0fH, '
I'll sure do that, said the other. How delicious were the pies of boyhood. 'Give 'us:your next' order '

But, by the way, where is your No pies now ever taste"so good What's ,

:_' ; joint? changed The pies Mo' Hsyou. You've ; and we. ., ',will give you perfect .
lost the strong health stomach, the jrlgoroua Tt t '
My j joint, was the reply, is the liver; the active kidneys, the, ,regular ,$.t 'satisfaction, thus
First Presbyterian church. Just bowels ol boyhood. Your digestion Is;poor y

inquire for Myron W, Weed, the and you blame the food. Wh8 'a needed ? .--.., making you :one :of our' I '
A complete toalug up by Electric'Uitteis fan
pastor and I'll be at your service. organs of digestion-Stomach', Liver, "lJ.r regular: customers.

.-Louisville Times. Kidneys, Bowels-Try them. They'll restore .
your boyhood appetite and appreciation .. J i oj '
of food and .Ha .co l '
airly saturate your body '
WOBK M HOURS A DAY.Tne with new health, strength and vifcor 60o :. .', ::. .
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; at 8. K, McOtachy. 'J. tJ' .' J ;.I't .t. ,, 1 ,''_ .' ...J ,''w' ...r". ..... ,. .
busiest / .
a. little thing ever ,mule are I ,
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0 ,J Dr." King's New' Life Pills Every pill is .., 0 ,r .. "f) ,m'R".E ',.: ,,".. ., ,.. _' ..
t a' sugar coated globule of health, that I '. .. ..., c .
.'. change weakness Into .strength; languor \ 1 $.t I ,r, '. ,. ." ." r
into ,brain Into : Gulf Stream Fruit. ,
T. .. energy fag mental power; ;
p 1<1 ... i oaring Constipation, Headache, Chill, The superiority of certain English S : '
fruIts has Its origin In a cause little CllI'PLEYBANNR' 0
Dyspepsfe, Malaria 2So at S K MoQeaohy
suspected.. It la the. blessed gulf 'r s. 0 o ,
stream which: does It Foreign grow '

era are every bit as acute as the Eng -
lish. It may be but they Lave not-the
Florida Lands Settled.
Being '
right atmosphere.. The guy, stream ChipleyKla..'

'. The government.lands are being Imparts a beneficent humidity to our jc L
'atmosphere which results In olir.fruit b
.' taken up rapidly and shown having the. thinnest and finest skins of $.4

,:}the development of the. ,state. any In the world. The English strawberry QJ 0)P : *X*>
Col. 'la without equal for flavon.. The
H. S. Chubb of the U.. S. ,
English grape though may nothavethe .

.:A:: .!, Land The office state at i is Gainesville being, widely says ad: best fine skIn.flavor The of French the Spanish tomato has is the as .u' \ :. P '............. ............

.yertised in the, magazines of the thick skinned as the English*';''field 0 : :
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I grown. The English apple eclipses Its DOYOU KNOW
'.' r:North, and in,the great Sunday'newspapers rivals because of Its'thin skin' ,Every se
of New York 'City, fruit according to Its climate Grown I. e
That now fa the,time to build that home or'business 'house
In a different atmosphere, the English
Viand passenger trains to and .in you have been considering i Thi present business. depression
would shrivel In a day ,,bere. .
apple ; rtu
baa and materials labor eI.
reduced the price lumber building ;
the State filled
nowadays are helped by the moisture from .the,,gulf Z
la cheap and plentiful, and you can build now for-25 to SO per e
with homeseekerSj investors and .stream. I It ripens within the thinnest 1'' cent leas than "
., people seeking the 'state that is of'jackets' and Is as much superior to ; In"e
", I the foreign or colonial apple as a peach < :
JUNE 1908.
.' ; ". famed for II'' many attractions. Is'superior to a parsnip.-fit James O JUNE; )OR ; :
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",1__,>: '; .:In the general land office, since I Gazette. : When think of / oribulldlng.,material.,think of us

,. ,: have been there: during ,the i and the fart that,we have completed a modern up-to-date mill- ,.
..- t ,work mill and can furnish everything made of wood used In e
,.."I' -twelve years.of my incumbency, d : a building from sills to comband,.that. ,we: ,can '.
the lands have been -
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taken upfast and from seventeen :

hundred thousand acres the UJ.rI Sash Mouldings 'Framing Bank" .
Doors Casings Flooring -; Drug I.
r- .
"-availabJe-government land in the ;
w Blinda' Base /Ceiling 'Store' I ,.dIa
:state,has now,dwindled down to : Frames Finish t Siding\ Fixtures.:

-'--;. ,"about ,four hundred thousand e1 e-!i) 1133 ;Qd Estimates cheerfully .furnished' ", Freight. paid to your, station !.

.: acres. The state is 'growing ._ if desired

swiftly; in fact, the next census 6 6 : '' :
"_ figures when 'compiled by the ."- J .. : ,
FOR fOR .e
United States government, 'I I MAR IAIN IN A, 'F'L.A:

;:f firmly believe, is going to show $7.5.60 .$r.5o 0"d : t ,UONCJ D16TA1VCBiPHONB'BZ, : :
such increase for the state in
.::-:' {"point of population ,that ,another ASK'TIIE: N 0 Ut'J' d ..........................

'. 'will be available Who sells..faml'ureat.., retail the --
? congressman price of a panel back dining chair .
-,. y when the apportionment is. made lice this, made of quarter-sawed<< The, New York World( DR. 'R.:: E. TILLER
golden oak highly finished, wl h ,
4 by the government. i cane...a'We offer these at this! Thrlce-a-week, Eeditioa. DENTAL_ SURGEON, d
.. ,' for a short time only.
special price "
"' cno ;
They are made right In every way ;t 1 'be Chipley. -' Florida.
hopes to
". and sold direct to you ftQift.Puj .
.M, The Folly of Burning Off Woods and factory.. ID 1908 a, better paper, than It has ever ., .
Office over First Nat'l Bank. '
.. Pastures. 4THD US TOUR OBDtR TODAYLufr tI been before and |baa made Ita,.arrangements
{ accordingly Its news ae'rYUje cov
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Ulwunod p'.aJo
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Dr.. Booper Curtice of'theUnt- era the entire globe and It reports everything COOK & MORAL
-"- ted States Department of Agriculture Florida ,Chair Factory fully promptly and accurately lit i .
,sat.r U the only paper,not a daily which la as Attorney *c. Law.. .
who has had jacksonville Ra
., many years s Rood as a dally, and'wblch"wUI keep TOO
:,'. experience in tick eradication as completely Informed of what Is bappenlDK "' A ot.'f.n. FlfNatl.ol. ..lad. 1. .

,:i.:::"', work,,says that the, idea that 6O YEARS throughout the world. Carsf.latt.ntloogttaa all matters' entrustedtotattcare.
EXPERIENCE The Thrice-a week'World Is fair In Its .
burning off the toreste will get QJ You the truth Coilectt..amade.Aaentio'r.apaaalbit
". political reports.: can get ; time. .and"are-testedin-
.: rid of the cattle tick Is all wrong. COiH from Its columns, whether you are,a' Ba .uranceoomeuab" ;
M;;..', It is true that' at certain times of 1 '. publican or.Democrat, and that It what I,,
',. '.::;;'- the year burning the-grass on an : you A speolal wan>>&. feature of the Thrlce-a-wech. CURTIS L..JUI ES

',::. enclosed field, may remove. : the TRADE MAUN World has always been Its serial Action, _
,. ticks wherever the fire travels Diatoms It publishes novels br the beat authors In
"....'.. ." COI'Y.UQHTe&d .. QJ.r.4. the world noves which In, book,form sell) Notary Mobile State at Large.
.' but even then many places remain Anyon. *(ending a.ketch and dMerlSnloklf r.'h':.:: < for 91.80 apiece and Its high standard ,la i ,, :*
aM.rtaln our opinion TTM w .. ,
.." unburned and the owner .. ..prohnblf(putfiituMit, Commnnmi_.. P. { ...- this respect'will be maintained In the future ..A11.b sines entrusted, tot
tton..trt.t1.onndentW.N99 9t p
I the fire' for eradication ..nt' ... OI".C. .......,fur mauriuapmtntM OIl :,: ,. .. as In the past. ,
depends on P.t.nla tk.n tlirounH MunnA 9wr..ty.< will i have prompt
.c tU not le -without. charxa, In tbScientific The Tbrl e-a-week World's 'regular my, t ere; .my
.-; ,' and consequently fails. 'Rmcrkawe.a.ANen'tanrirtentHIe '\,... subscription price I Is only ,1l.OOpe.c, :year, I.. 'attention.. ,Fees reasonable
; Whenever the e-ra'8s is repeatedly f :IIw1or.w!' .. and this part for 156 papers./We 'offer '
burned, the roots become journal WIMl1t"' Term._.. dr.t3 aI1 : thU'unequalled newspaper arid The Han l. Can'be"found at Post Office,
7a, .rt I four montb,IL Sold bSari}ti '. : 1" .. ,; er together for one 'year tot'l.6&Tb.e ,
.r.. eventually destroyed: the sweet-I IUNN mCO 'New Yg r ' :ii ,,, regular subscription.. price of the two pa.' '.WausauFloridu, :
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er grasses. the more. ..r a&, .. ::! .. :.". persls 13.00.: '" ",\ '** .I I S .
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T l I Town! Topics; .ITBe : The humosous Georgia. Humor.editor, of N the ''II Persol l. IT, Capital, JBSO.OOO.First burp!- ... .:aO.OOO.I-.

Jackson county, (Ga.) Parrot ] National ]Bank,

a booster. .?'!"" grinds out the following: "His W. O. Butler Jr.,!was.a visitorat (

horse went dead and his routewentiame Marianna Friday I CHIPLE'Y,
\f1tnoc f ft
If you can't boost do {: t '" 'I
and he lost six cows w:.,|!.,McFadden) bas moved .. Solicits accounts of firms, corporations and indi-
Keep busy! Action is life'sbest in a poker game; then a hurri- I '
his family to Southport. viduajp, who may rely upon courteous consideration -
tonic. ) ;. summer's I
lf' / cane came on a day 'l
''" and the best terms that are consistent
A. I.,Miller left
court: !U' session and blew the house where he lived Mrs. :, Mondayfor
County in
is with business
".. "a sojourn at St. Andrew. good methods. Correspondence
Vernon this away, and the earthquakecame ".
week. ** 5 i is invited. : ; : : : i : :
when that was gone and JW. Yates was'over fromBonifay ,
Tbe prospect for a large sweet I Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. '
swallowed the land that the house and spent Saturday.S' .
potato in this section is fine.
1 was on; then the tax collector --
E... Everitt, Jr., was, in town ,
'A splendid crowd was in town came 'round and charged him up and'Spent, a few hours Friday.Cv. I .

Saturday and business was"* 'live- with the bole in the ground. /' t

.. '" I It. Loveless, of Brewton,
Friday here "'business.O. ..
spent on
A. ,G., McQuagge, manager of The Country Editor.If '''' 1 ;., _.
/ Tomlinsori "" _.
Hardware D. of Jacksonville ,
the Dunn Co. has .
there ever was. a man on "
li been appointed Public ( ,-'was a visitor here Friday. N 's
Notary earth who gives people their -

J'' for state at large. money's worth, I want to rise Roach McCrary, of'near Gracevil1 'HardW" r /! :,1L:: .

.f -:' We and the Editor ,:was shopping here Satur-
... '_- are pleased to note that right up say Country tay. ., ". n,., .-
.' -- Miss M. E. Williams is so far recovered wins the day; he lies about d' ". ". ', ",; ,
k '. .. ,"
1: from her long illness. you when you die, and makes Attorney D..J.- ,Jones. visited "-., -.. ,
'-' < I
t that she is now able to be upOn your kinfolks weep and sigh; he Marianna Tuesday" on"legal business. -. .

illness lies when you live, or {':i ', ,," \ I ,
account of the of f
when a party you would give, There are a great many people who do, not fish, that are1 '
Judge Hutchison, county. i court, A. F. McCrairy 'l ofUGraceville, "." .
when convened'Monday morningwas t and if your'heiter:: has a calf" you was)in town Sat .rdayfand spent the biggest liars'in the, world. -
I want a column and 'a ha"tf or
adjourned until Thursday. theday. My annual sales is now on-don't go anywhere else to :be, "
...&. ,
p your daughter marriesmy, the ...,.. _.* .... ,
We read in the press' dispatches way you make the poor scribe lie W. A. Tharp"was in town Saf- cheated-but Come in here and. let me' sell you Hardware, ,

of a fifty pound hail stone in would make Munchausen for uaday' shaking w hands* with \
a Glassware and Crockery Ranges Stoves Kitchenware,
Wouldn't ,,, ;
: ,\ ,Pennsylvania. mind fact look Just like a Bible tract, trienQs.. :
few found this 'Sash Doors and Screen Doors and Windows Sewing Ma- -
having a here hot ,.
timeyou toes J."R
every : stump your Wells, of Panama City,

weather. or sneeze or cough or blow your was'in, town and'.spent the day chines,,Paints- Oils Japalack" Liquid Veneer' and" Fishing .

Thanks to Uncle'Joe B. 'Lock nose or,when'you in impassionedire Sunday. 4: **% Tackle that's fit for fishing.. ,, \I j .

ey, the 'editor was enabled to want to call someone a liar, ,I f* "
A. L., ,Harrell''was in town Sat- Thanking you for past favors and hoping for A' continuance ,
teast on roasting ears Saturday. you must use' his, valued space -
urday attending)Masonic Lodge .
Such rememberances surely just to punch somebody's face. I am

make an editor's heart swell with And you won't pay-for your pa- meeting. ,- _- :-0"

joy. per, and you cut an awful caperif R. E McWilliams, ,. was over -, .' Yours Truly
from 'Marianna1' Satur- ,.,.,'., ,
in his timidity he asks you for spent t "
The series of services at the
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t f'tI0 ;
his small fee, then you promptly day evenings /: < .
Baptist church closed Sunday ,/ ,.c' fy--V' .*-. R. C. HORNE: '
him out and engage :
night and baptismal services T. L. Jones a prosperous farmer ; ,

r was held Monday morning at 9 a bout, if he wants to eat a meal near Wausau)!spent ,Saturday ,

o'clock. There you set up an'awful squeal, i if he rn. town:
w were 21 Candidates wmmWC. > ; .. ..
-. wants to wear some clothes, on I
i for baptism:. "" .
A. Helton and wife left last !
bis press you go "foreclose: you .,
In a row last Friday eveningover expect him to subsist on, the week-for a visit;with relatives at I II

family matters, about six moonshine and the mist, and at Francher::, 111. %, !$'.,&>, I I \,'I

miles northeast of ,town, Percy, Jas. H. Worly down from -
last.when he is dead, you recall ", was ,
U C. W., and Chester Gilbert shot something he said, some sweet Graceyille attending F. & A. M.
3;, Silas Still and Fellow Hays. Still
r tribute that he wrote, some way meeting. Saturday.. ,
died Saturday. The Gilberts helped you vote, ,but he Hutcbisotrand'Dr.: ,
W. E.
were arrested.Tbe .. is gone and soon forgot, in some I.tAi DO, YOU WANT ..
rustic weed 'grown lot, scorned Coleman'was, up from Vernon a
,*., little boy of Mayor John '.
by those he-labored for-poor old few: !>urs Friday afternoon., j
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T. Britt and wife was'accidental -T .HI* i.m.
country editor.-Exchange.HI .
ly run over by a buggy and pain- I Dr Ambus Wells spent several :- ..
days last week at Dotban, HARDWARE!
fully injured Thursday: morning.:'. '
:: A. :Blackman was over from playing ball with, 'the' 'G cevi11e
I, I Fortunately! no bones were broken
Jacksonville. and spent Saturday.Rev. team.--:
a ,v 21 and the little fellow is. getting <
R. C. Williams and
all right family
again Mrs. J. S. Coleman and two
leaves next week for St. Andrew
Miss Hattie Hodges, of Apalachicola where they will their children, of Bonifay,,visited Mr. See here, Vve,are-headquarters

organizer; for; the, W., C. Cottage the occupy and:Hors., J. R. McColskey... several -
T. U., spent Wednesday and summer. days_,!.last, week. for Buggies, wagons Coffins Caskets ,

Josie Thursday In the the guestof afternoon Mrs. spent Miss,several Helen days Ward this, of and Bonifay last, ,Wtijr.; Singletary. and. ..wife. of Farming Tools all kinds of

t Dothan, Ala., are,....spending some .
I Thursday, she, organized a W. : week here,the guest' of her friendMissR days'bere the guest)> oPA. D. Carmichael Builders Material, Best Paints'' on, .

,' C.T. U. band here, with, twenty .ode McColsky. and '
active and six honorary mem- Why can't Civic Leagues, be the market, Poultry Wire Hay ... -

bers. Mrs. A. D. Campbell was formed in the country? Most of Atlanta, 'came .,
Ice Cream
Wire Harness Saddles
elected President, Mrs. .A. I. country homes, as well as thosein in Monday) for ajfew .:days visit -, ,

Miller Secretary, and Mrs. C. town, would be better ':for with his parents"'and' is being Freezers, Nails, Sewing Machines /
',< .
E. Wilson, corresponding secre some improvements 'in the ,ap- warmly greeted by+%"his manyfrie'nds.

tary. pearance of the surroundings .". "-' '"',. ,. #.. ,-- ,, and all'oth'er Hardware'' at the "

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removing the wood pile and the .
Almost any'meana within '. ,
rea- :!< 7778. "

son to obtain a good, system ,of wagon shelter' to the rear, the Report of the No.condition 'of The.> Firat owest CasH Price.

roads would be excusable in planting of headges and flowers
any National Bank, atChlpler. In the Stateof
community, says the DeLand about the'front of the house. A Florida at the closes of business,

:' -'Supplement.-which-then goes, onto neighborhood- league oughtto ,be June.' 30, 1010. .
,-..- RKSOtiRCKS.: Dunn Hardware Go.A. '
r show that experience has formed in every community, Loan and Discounts.$149,333.73
U.S. bonds to secure circulation 50,000.00 ,
whose object should be to
oJ' .. taught its lesson that good roads promote Premiums on U. 8. Bonds 'J... 201.09
\. are absolutely indispensable to more 'beautiful surroundings Bonds, securities, etc .t..i.95,050.00
Banking house furniture and
thoroughly organized'and progressive for"country homes. A prize fixtures...?.',.... 20,161.18 G.JWcQUAGGE, Mgr. .
for the Other real estate owned..,,... 2,480.86One ".
greatest improvement
commonwealth. As a from National Banks (not
the appearance of home sur- reserve aJents.h'' ,;'_..'.," 7,616.74
of communication-incessaut
means, Due from approved reserve ants 4,200.67
interchange of.human associations roundings would stimulate the Cbeck*.and other cash Items... 21.08 "
... -
Warrants i.- 293.84Notes
--and as a business proposition interest. of other National banks. 345.00Fractional DR. T. "G.- Y'ATES;
paper currency, Notice!
f for access to and( from nickels and cents........... 34.85 Special With TWENTY YEARS' '
commercial ''Fly poison and at 8peele.'........ 4 $ 6,233.05,f. 6.22305 EXPERIENCE r"
points 'they are 'of sticky' paper Redemption fund'with U. S.% as an %) ,

r paramount importance. In'Flor- Schell & Go's. Treasurer ((5 per. cent of elr./ EYE SPEC1ALJs'J': ;. ,
dilation .......' 2,500JO 'To Ice Customers. .
ida especially good roads serve Saddles, harness, paints, oils, Total..d$248,568.99LIABILITIae. WILL BE AT

asa great means of advertise- at'DunnHdw., Co. < ,. Dr. WilsonXQffice-; ; "
ment? says the Supplement .jn Capital stock paid In....'.. .-.;',.$ 60,000.00 I am not selling_ice on credit; IN CHII LBY,, .*-
Don't fail'to see that new line Surplus fuud..L.q. 20000.00' all ice bills are due once. every Prom SIX o' .
conclusion visitors-from :allover Undlvld profits, less expenses ELEVEN to \ J
of buggies, at Dunn Hdw. Co. and taxas paid...... r......". 9,114.00 week.. ,- : :
the world are thus,able to National Dank notes oatst'd'rf. .50000.00 ""Hereafter all :first Tuesday l In, Each Month.l

see ,what 'is, o1fer c ." ? : For Sale.-One good large, Individual! check.i.deposits..subject........ to 1; 108,007.44 their parties ice jailing be to tomExaminations. FREE., k ..,
.. ... young mule, good qualities, good Timer certificates of deposit ..J. 19868.23: pay promptly, :.will My Pensacola "office fs Ro'om No 410
,\ Cashier's checks outstanding j. 676.43 stopped until settlement is made. Bloant Building / <' -t
Mason fruit jars, jar" tops andjar condition; will sell cheap, as I '. ,.. ..t248IIOO.99Sta Please be, governed accordingly.A. .

I rubbers at Schell & Go's. no use for, hfm.-T.'CI:. : Jones. e of Florida, county of Washington: ,
I I.' W. '0: Butler Jr.,. Cashier of the Herrick Refrigerators; atSchell

.. If,you want a good horse; buy Dr. G. S. Aimes, the eyesight that above the.named above bank.statement do 'eoiemnly U true to swear thebes E;. NOWXTN. & Go's .1.' '.' I '.'"

; a mule; I have him; young, large, specialist will be at the City ,of my knowledge and belief. "The Ice Man." ,l '.T'HJ
r- '. W. O. BOTLKB Jr., Cashier Hotel,forRe .-Good hotell convenient -
andcheap.-T.C. Jones., Drugstore the third Wendes- ( E. N. Dekle,
Correct.-At.test. A. Alford todgpot, for: rest.:<<; ,\ Fine
a' v K' lley'f axes, Ky. Delight; day after the first- Monday in ID; J....,Jones.Subscribed Directors.. ;' You miss what everybody location f hustltng hotel, .man.

Stoves, hand forgedshovels: each month. Examinations free. Oth day of J Ull and. 1910.sworn A to before{ ma this don't miss if you fail-to. go. to: the For ful ,.information, apply[ ;., to

,diaper at Dunn H'fw.'Co.: All work guaranteed, -' ? B. F. Scarlett( Notary Public Dunn Hdw. Co. :.. .. Buell Cook, Cbipley Fla. 1l

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