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The Chipley banner
Place of Publication:
Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
November 17, 1910


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Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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).
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Clover' Hiltf: Butter, ,40c lb. ;:" .: : 1 I always' in/their mind. ;
,iiMeAnOther. :lot of Candy ;and Nuts froin. i New. York : ':" 'm IIllhI!! (II I! II 'We Want you to know these :..
"1toIi .M"tf' "" ". !, garments-we want to appreciate -
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but"have you; 'been: .vet' to see were taken out of town Thursday at the rate of 60,000 a year and
want to inform those interested
how jr6ur.6bh br/daughter; is getting and Friday to attend the are.issued at the, rate of, .about
E' along? Also to chat with, Whiddon trial at Vernon.... 33,000 a year. There have been that 'we still havesome, -
and the tea b fs. of Dotes, and accounts that must be
encourage. ; upwards 1,600,000 applications
# i .- ) r vk. 'K1 Buggies and harness goes as since paid. Please remember this: We
filed the organization of, the
;1 F. B. 'C LLA VIA' Agent. When 'you buy of a home metlchapt fast as'they can get them in at office and more than a 'million believe indoing the right thing at ? ,

f".c... ._amleasedo.,,y't.4.aP +a.,I>te'9 t I: '!tie.*,people... '' H< of. ;: you lmys: .,ofj. nejghbor'} ware Dunn Store.It Hardware. Co., the Hard- patents have'been granted.' Theyare all,times, and we expect prompt
The mairdrd6rr'dealer: has no interest -
Chi pley. nd.vicinity":that I-have.pur? : now expiring at the rate of settlements at all times when due
ihaaed the insurance business of Buell in"th'e'distant "cq'm'mu'nityexcept takes'longer to get election about 22,000 a year. Many inventors Very respectfully,
C ) to get money from it. returns from Pt. Washington in ,
9 : if { ; ** are embarrassed by l lack DUNN HDW. CO.A. .
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of funds is the fact .
' nies' those time tried and fire test- Real estate is the one greatestand else. as shown by O. McQuag-R-e, Mgr.

'I e} girou t ,,e; ,9t..ip.I sured,.I.would be. sa.fest.-invesrpepH .From it anywhere that over 6,000 patents are' >; with -
glad'to' write u'i policy. a livelihood is. poVsible!! x Every For Sa1 .-A good paying livery /hel$ each year because the pat- DR. T. G. YATES
:frhe value of insurance cannot be year land increases in y lule. business in Chipley; reason for entees have.been. unabl to make ': '
rated. Ask a man who own';a policy the final payment thereon.' .The With TWENTY; YEARS' .
The )land supplies ,the food of the selling, am going to farming.R. -
first tee is $15 and the final'one
1he-will sell itt The savings ot a U. Harrell EXPERIENCE as an .
life-time may'be wiped out in a few world. $20. -
'lnutes. Not so, if you are insured.Therefore' Saturday was regular communication I :-
You He looks differentbetteryou -
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$aeeyouainsurance.with I would advise me. you to the .Big. Hardware' : Store, knownas day of Orion Lodge No. can pick hini\ out from: ,all Dr. Wilson's Office. .
the Dunn Hardware Co., have 40, F. & A. M. They bad work the rest of them :Marks Tailping IN 'CHIPLBV '.

.._ F. B. Callaway done more for the people in the in the M. M.. degree.We i Co. makes his clothing, -J4 Front ELEVEN to tUX o'c .ck '.,. .

country in the'. way of hardware, will have lots of nice horses R. McGeachy takes his measure' First Tuesday In Each Month.

".' ,Insurance Agent.. than has ever been done, before and 'mules as soon as the and guarantees satisfaction Jn tom- Examinations FREE.
in'Chipley. They are 'the"hard. weather is cool enough to ship every way. Come in' and order
My Pensacola office is Room No 410
'Send in your subscription. ware people them safe.-Dunn Hardware Co.: your winter suiU i Dolt now. :' Ulount Building,

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THE BANNER. *B yond the-Alpa." .

., A Kansas girl graduate who bad been -' I
-- '(lr.n the theme "Beyond the Alp I

!Church Directory Lies Italy," promulgated the following: Nurse Says :
"I don't cent whether Italy
.':f. E. Church, South.-Preaehlng every care a
ist; and 3rd Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. mK. lle'beyond the Alps or Missouri.. 1 I f
C. Williams, Pastor. do not expect to set the river on fire "I know what is good
Sabbath School 10 a. m. W. N. Sheau, with my future career. I am glad thai for young and old people THE TWICE-A-WE1

Su; Prayer Meeting. Thursday nights. I hare a good education but I atu not /' writes Mrs. Clara

Young Men's prayer meeting Tuesday going to misuse It by writing poetry or Dykstra, a trained nurse

nights.I Kvervbody cordially Invited. ....,.. on the future woman. It will of South Bellingham TIMESUNIO t

Churchaching enable me to correct the grammar of Wash., "and will say that
Kuptlst every 2nd any laver I may have should be speak I consider Cardul the best
uid 4th Sunday. Rev. Colller.pastor. .
of in or 'seen
Morga presence
:sabbath School:: 10 a. m., F. U. Hawk my medicine for girls and
man. It will also come bandy when : 1
.lIperlnteneent.Prayer Meeting Wednesday1 s nights. want to figure out how many' poundsof women. It makes them AND THE BANNER:

for threw feel like new persons, relieves : ,
,--:;,...:!- soap .s woman can get .
Directory ..: does eggs at-the grocery. So I do not their pain and regulates ,
K'octofllee begrudge the time I spent In acquiring womanly troubles. BOTH. ONE YEAR FOR $ 1.50 1. 3
4nltce hours7:30 a. m. to 7:00 I'm.; exI'jitHtljound ,
.', pt Slluct1us.: It. But my ambitions do not fly so "Both my daughter and I I
I mall closes at 10:20 a.m alga. I Jast want to marry a man who received great .benefit" .t 't
of his weight In the .. I
Westbound mall closea at 6:10 p.m.Mall caD lick anybody i

from Vernon arrives at 10.a. m. township who can run an,eighty acre B51 THE TWICE-A-WEEK: HMES-UKTON: : Is the-'ruMday and';
S und )$4vef on arrival of the' east boundmail. r.rm'and who baa no female relativesto

., coin around and try to boss the koCARDUI Thursday issues of the Daily Times-Union and oba.
Sunday hours: 11:30 m.,' to-12:30 p. m.; ranch. .I will agree to cook dinners for .,
Money Orders Issued at all hours when him that won't send him to an early taint all ,the many features that go to makametropolitan Yt; HaNti "

jCUce U open except Sundays. grave and lavish upon him a whole .
,T P SCHELL P. M some affection and to see that his razor I wapaperand many peoial

-:--:: has not been used to cut broom wire Tho Woman's Tonic which are found in no other, newspaper..
our Clubbing La." when be wants to shave. In view of -
all this I do not care If 1 get a little As a medicine for female -
and Semi weekly Atlanta
HANNKK rule of thre"h and kindred trouble, no medicine ADDED '
Journal, per year (1.75.HA.TTNKH rusty on the FEATURES ;
York things aa the years go b7.Topekll= you can set has the -
and Thrice p week New

World i ii'.NMiniaad per: year Semi-weekly, 11,85. Times-Unn Capital. old that established Cardui has.reputation. These Issues'contain the very latest: man.!.roporte,' .; ,

'aid Citizen, per year,1.80.. _A Monster Rodent. Fifty (50)) years of sun' and a department devoted to Horticulture, A rioultare '-
[ The Brazilian capybara Is a large, ,
that It has
and'Home ai'1d Farm, year cess prove "
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stoutly built rodent. Imagine ratweighing Poultry Eta .
l-I.:!;, stood the greatest of all -
280 pounds with a huge head. '
"- ---- an upper lip a foot long and close eel tests-the test of TIME. A SAMPLE: COPY.oi the paper will be-MB* to you:; 1 I

General Directory yea and one baa an Idea of the beast As a tonic for weak wo-
Be to the largest of the rodent tribe men Cardui the best,be.. on request to the publishers '"

STATE OFFICIALS. and baa.harsh, coarse hair more like cause it is woman's, tonic. I'
THIS PAPER is the' l newspaper'of
'uuvf'rnor-Alber W. Gllchrlst. bristles than fur. This hair Is mixed Pure, gentle, safe, re- _leading weekly \

Secretary of State-H. Clay Crawford. black and yellow, of dingy; appearance.In liable. Try Caidut.Th this section, and: should be a 'regular,visitor to yourhome : I
hla native haunts the capybara hasa
General- Park Trammell.
huge fat stomach which almost : I
Com. Agriculture E. McLin. drags ,on the ground. He Is a water
't'rell.IIuer-Wm V. Knott. loving animal and can dive and stay THE SUNDAY TIME-UNION:inoladtng the. I

Supt. Public Instructlon-W.. : K' Hollo- :ander for eight or ten minutes at a Great Whit. Shark. illustrated Sunday Magazine, wiUtbeJmailed, : ed '
,.,y. l time. The Jaguar of South America The man eating flab,par excellence lathe any
v prey upon the capybara and tbo In. great white shark. It otherwise dress for $1.S8per.year,
oDptroller-A. 0. Croom. .
diane kill him for his flesh, which known by the name of'maa ater.' Occasionally "

Supreme Court-Thoa.; M, Shackleford, when smoked Is said to be as deliciousas specimens are seen on both ;IF YOU WISH' thIS' paper,, The Twlo 4.W.>.kTimesUnion
"hlerJustice' M/IIrMabrv.Cler-r. coasts of the,United States though Its
: a Kentucky ham although-It has a
Railroad Commlasfon Hudson Burr, certain musky flaY,r.' The capybara; more customary habitat Is In tropical : and The Sunday Times-Union:'for,

_. chairman: ; R:'C."Dunn, Clerk.. makes a sound when alarmed somewhat waters; This'frightful creature'attains, one year-add$1,60 to theabove_ : ,, and send remittance_':
> a lengtb'ot nearly forty feet and It la
,\t.''ndge'nrst tfe.;Pensacola.judicial circuit"-".,Emmett between. .He was a once called bark and the apig'sgrant hydro. able to swallow ,a man whole. This today, or_if you would, prefer the Sunday Timeo-Union...

ehoerua, or water hog and lives on a tact Is proved by"an experiment'which .instead of the twi e-a-week. add COo'to( .prioeo *bov..
tale Solicitor: tint judicial' clrcult.-J.. vegetable. diet sailors are fond of making whenauch,
: >> ..iter' Kehoe. a shark la- cantured. The- aknll being -

preserved, t.h--7--amuse themselves ,by
U. S. LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS. crawUaa truer after another through'too .
.The seemed to before distended Jaws. It would be unsafe -
very grave yawn
H. S. Chubb, Register, ofalnesvllle, Fla,
Robert Madoen,of West Burlington.-Iowa do this. however when the head baa

blelds Warren, Receiver Gainesville. whea after seven weeks In the hospital,four been freshly cut off, because under such Chi ley 'Banner; Chipley;: Fforkfa.Here's ;

of the best pbyslciaus gave him up. Then conditions the Jaws will snap together .

WASHINGTON::; COUNTY OFFICEBS. was shown)be marvelous curative' powerof fiercely for some time afterward If "i I -- "- t.

.. ':'Circuit Clerk-W. C. Lockey,,Vernon., Klectrio Bitters. For,after elsht monthsof anything Is placed between'them. The .tHt.H..'..' .f4P
skull of a big shark by:the way, is always
''County Judfe ;-J. B. Wells,Vernon. frightful suffering from liver trouble and
yellow jaundice, getting no help from other ; salable owing to the demand by
O. G. Allen
,:Sheriff:; -- Chlpley.Treasurer
-H. B.Tiller; Vernon. remedies or doctors,fire_bottles of this wonderful museums and'curiosity hunters. A
medicine completely.cured him. It young sea lion weighing/ 'a hundred
tar As888or-J.'J. Williams, Chlpley. Good
has been la the stomach a Slogan
pounds [found
Tux Collector-W. B. Gainers Kcontma.Supt. !: positively guaranteed for atomaeb,liver or
Public InstructionB.Gainer/ kidney troubles and never disappoints. 'On of a white shark. "

tlCauaau.' : ly.OOo at 8. E. McGeaoby's. .
Brains For DUt, a Bigger and Better Business
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Supervisor of Registration-J..W.. ,
There la a latent truth In .the prlml '
'name,, Econ na. The Force of Habit. ,. ,
tire Maori belief that by. eating tb '
.Countv follcltorA. D Carmichael "
> Do I snore? said the fat commercial brains of his enemies a ytfarrior'' acquired ,

ehl 11'1. drummer. "I should That's'why their, skill and cunning. DON'T 'BLOCK THE WAY! '
'CountV I can't Use alarm clock I can't
Surveypr-Thos.Oollins. Cary an 'It was a custom among these say .
b vllle, Fla) bear 'em. My snore drowns the best of ages. whose descendants I have seen

"'County Commissioners: 'em. And, .speaking the force_ of and.admired In Hawaii and New Zealand Move as fast as,the procession-or.move out Take.the:

J. M. Simmons, Chairman, Vernon habit-I put'up once at a crowded .' to bold a brain feast after' successful :
S. W. Bush. Chlpley country hotel where;I bad to double up battle. The conquering" chief i pace. of the. ,company. you, are'in or make way-, for-'the'.man'' .
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acquaintance. 'told ,, '
with an. I blm ,1 '
B. F. Vernon. reserved for his '
Evans always own portion, behind. -- ".
f snored he didn't he t .
J. Sorter Mlllvllle. a few, but .mind the gray, matter of oppoblng leader. ___ I ,
J. T. lllghtower,Vernon., said, because his wife was a star 4h Observe! how the practice works out In

School: Board: that beat tt.line and be bad a' 'system' to modern life. We do not actually eat Don't'stand in. the way of new ideas. :.Don't pause in the

G. B. Bush Chairman Orange Hill Tit jut tap you on the ..boulder.yel"l our rivals' brains but If we are those wise path of better system.: Don't settle down on: the, ladder ,bf_
we will try to absorb what : .
.S. J. Gainer, St. Andrew.- '
time to beexplained. -
W. F, Kuss--Vernon."' 7 That'll you begin at snore without brains contain; The man wbo makes a success. Don't be a barnacle on ,the ship of preeress.

__, w_ p you big success Is the man wbo.makes the
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waking yon and after a,little I'll drop '
of his enemies
best use studies their
V: CHIPLEY CITY.. OFFICIALMa'ypr = !!: 'off myself/ moves,, learns their method* knows Chancre means progress. Progress means advancement
-. -J. T. Drlt,. "> -. '- "It-worked like a charm. 'I'telt, his ,
.''Ml\tijha.t-W.D. Peters tap for a time, but finally off I went wb .thought processes, are apt to "
follow. Down here In, the street I
on a dream of $10,000salary( and 10 Advancement movement. :MovElDON'T '
"j; Jerk and Treasurer-W. W. Cook. we'remore or Jess akin to the means
:;; cent commission. Well, sir, when I
Council-A. D. Carmlchaelchairman, per
_Maoris anyways-New York Herald.Pipes '
eVTB.'Uunh. R.McGeachyrO. ELTbarp awoke In the morning there was that
"- 4V. b. Butler, Jr. chap tapping away at my shoulder regular Warm BLOCK THE- WAY!
Frozen .ila
by 3p t
as clockwork, and he sound asleep.
..... Been at It all night don't you seer It la a curkyus fact that water pipes
S under ground will often freeze
Tore of habit-

[ And be beamed 'Indulgently on the. warm spell that, follows a cold . . . .
he Banner silent party.-New York Globe. snap: The explanation made for this
Interesting phenomenon Is that after a
cold wave a large quantity''' beat to
7 Elephant : Neat
">*', > ,whale Printing
i ; Meat.: taken from the ground In the work of I ,
-- There Is something unpleasant about. '
r. changing the frozen mo"turo'lntowa.-.
Chipley, Fla. the thought 'eating whale meat but ter., and,,thus 'on the, principle' of the Creates a good impression
It la said that the'very--
Ice'cream freezer. the pipe hi chilled
table. Japan has. quite a trade' In enough beat ..being taken from It t*
Stands. for the Upbuilding of canned .and ,sited whale meat and freeze It. among your correspondentsand

-- there*ts to be campaign. to 'educate '

< '; ChIpley, the European peoples to like It. Some Caua FOP Thank; helps to give your .bus-

!I whaling' companies have distributed: "A1asr'.sighed the tramp dramatical'
from their headquarters samples of ly. *"No matter where t turns, there'sa mess prestige.
Washington County. canned whale meat ,and those wbo hand'raised against me"'

:;- ;. .' i i have eaten It describe It .. tenderer "Which shows you ought to be
: We do Neat
2nd Florida than beef much Ilk. It In : Printing -
_' : ; and taste. thankful fer one thing. said the >
Whale steak than r 1 tf i .r-
._ '0 seems no queerer farmer.
at Reasonable
Frankfort sausage made out o'f an elephant. "What's that'T''That Prices.

: Per' Year. .- which to what some German If ain't a foot that's raised.";

Subscription. $1 : people have been eating.. An enterprising \ -r.: Banner Job Office. "

: 'I. I butcher over:, there hearing _. Self Possessed .
that an unruly elephant In the Ghent Mrs., ManyUd*-There la one thing . . .
We make a Specialty'of : moologlcal gardens was' to be killed, about, our girls-they .are always self
engaged the ... He made 8JBOO .
r cuc. possessed. ,Papa Many kids (grimly -- "..
Neat, : pounds of..uap oat of It and sold ,Yeti; they're too self possessed.' I wish Patronize Those Who ,
-, ; ., very pound at good prices. they'd get some 'one else' to possess- ** ,
'' -, them N $

: Artistic'p. ,, wCommercial # .- .Friends. >''' ': '<" "':.

Printing "Dear friends." said the philosopher, WILL..PBOMOTK BEAUTY. ,V ,. ; Advertise Jg
"are scarce Items la this world They '
: Women desiring beautyget wonderful
'. are too few to be"couDted." .
: < help'from Buck ten's Arnica 8al,., It banishes -.c
"What dye call a friend?" he was \ ; :
., pimples. akin "eruptions '' '
sores boll*; ;;- : TBE BANNER. |:
aaked. It makes the skin soft .. > .
The Banner and velv ty. It glorlfle .
j4..r.. "A Mend be replied .. one who .
the face. Cures sore eyes, cold sores
would lend If wanted
',.:" yon money you cracked Hp, chapped haoo Nest for burn
f It and to whom you.would lend money scalds,.' fever vorea, cut, bruises: and piles. Oct.:
: I Fla.l : -26thj 27th 28tti p.
: Chipley, .. -It..0G had. It". -New, lock: Olmec. 28c at 8.,E. Mc eacbl: ,
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_I' f:." .,'".\ ;;.;.itf'GT' ..jf -**' ",'Ia.t'J ."" '" **-;:'>,l''working(] In Steer 'MaK.: '. .i i'11 nOJ9O9eeeoeec. eeeoeeeeeeecoeeecc dj

: ;:,., there: are ouly -twenty-tour houi HI. Note. The workman wore n, steel mask hit i
,;: : tFT day-to the day and the night. u pioneer legislator [with gla&e<1 eyeholes a rubber -unit. < > THE urn m i AWhETI1Illttaiiriuie )
rubber gloves and rubber boots, and be
:, HoV: few are left to that quiet time of tbe vest pock- i ii
.tween carried a pair of tongs of silvery alu- i ii > ,
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light and
? the dark! Ours 1
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'I\l'-- m! lum, ; Compu.ny.
ilThurried i
twilight. We quit work Colonel Bill got 'I.'j 'I.
"In certain i >
<< departments of theplant"
, sleep; we wake up to work again. so unerring was i o r
!' :rneasure the day by the clock; p, but! bis. transac said the dynamite maoutReIturer ,' "

:::,; measure the night by an alarm : .BlaulftAougiwal an like :that,:all --They our workmen must be.are Otherwise dressed .. ," Mari iiiia,. Florid o "
' 14e. Is all Bianfertoa : '
| ticked off. We are Uo. got '
; : ;111'.the secoud. What' we need is a to the amount they splashed would be with smeared acids with that would chemicalsand eat i Invites your, attention to I its New Line Policies: ,, as embodying th'e maximum 1.
: f' 'finji$ a night with wider the account
I $1W, that comes margins, their flesh like liquid tire" i i of practical protection at the lowest practical price. .A,. remarkably t

1"i\t"f '.- longer lingering twilight.more slowly Life has and was a long time "But the alumInium tongs?" i i cheap contract, but safe and conservative and backed by home'capita.!. C
"They are for lifting the gun cotton
:"'..;>, little selvage; it Is too often raw was 'no'prospect of 8
', pgveled. out of Its nitric acid bath. Aluminium H. MILTON. President.
Room and eminent dldgust pf
quiet and
:*;, 'jLrto what we want not more dials !; with'fl strong Is the only metal upon which the nitric! $ Director.* Jl E. Gammon John Milton Jr., W. H< WaUon. A. Baltzell. Co I
acid has no effect"He | C J, E. rooka..J. M, llloo. H. H. Lewla.Jobn Milton III.
'.:'h' $(me nor more figures for the that he would if
turned to the workman.
'?a We have for ,50 cents on' 6cecccccscccccoeccooeecccoceeceeccccccccocecoceoeecouIf
.i things enough too
"Everything all right, George be ., .._. _.
than ..., .
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!-: enough. It Is space for the ; |: ftAt\.m\ nt waa. not. said. ; --"'-- ------'-- -- --- ,
perspective and the right : } } ., t'..t the ,esker -
measure u
"Bo so, came a sepulchral answer It Is Machinery want we have it. Wr L. I "
7 jtfe things that/we lack-a measure the colonel In the you
from behind the mask of steel.-New
\..-,.,,,:, ,te.foot short of the distance (' day and accosted Orleans Tlmes-Democrst. us for catalogue es and ,terms.M'ALSBY 11 ,
: i.and,the stars '
;;,,'1" .; I ''f we get anything ,out of tho '(ldl .. 'erect to "sell my Meanness--to-a Blind Man.A COM.P ANY
", -- north the dollar.
: while it will be ..
this man with dark'glasses over hi*
-'t;{7";" tills largeness arid quiet. It may I I eyes touched 'the conductor on the 41 ,South' Forsylh SI., ATLANTA, GA. t "
.;;''_ owl or a tree toad,that we me at that ratftT'I boulder as the car neared Euclid avenue
;/ :' forth to see but how much more I ; ] :' ,,lt .to.joji! 4t |that and East Fifty-fifth street We sell the'' following well-known goods: American t
..-' fled In things we cannot hear by"day; ? "Pardon me." the man said. "but It Hench & Dromgoid Oelser "Peerless" and Smith Myers & Schnier Saw' f '
.,;':' r things long long forgotten, things ; make out a. new you're tbe conductor I want to ask afaror. Mills In all sizes and capacities; Erie City Oelser "Peerless," and Houston
,vnever thought or dreamed before. I'm blind and I want to Stanwood & Gamble Engines and Hollers in all sizes; Challoner and Perkins
v you
I tomll of Shingle Machinery; Band Saws Edgers Grist Mills, "Peerless" Threshers, j '
,. WThe day Is none too short the ] .apoplexy l lead car
to tbe
v \ me over curb when the
>- from that moment. Planers, Steam Feeds,and various other Machinery Repairs and Mill Supplies.;
C:; 0.900 too long, but all too narrow Is ( : .' stops, U you'll be so good." We can furnish you the,best Machinery on the market and at the can?;
,V," edge between.-Dallas'! Lore. Sharp "Not that I minded tbe'little botherof time save you money. We have no branch house.
f. A1ntlc' doin'- that for "
him remarked the
,) -' f.. settled In tho sys conductor when be got back on his ,

>r-; ,.'' ''*Cj>le Read Bloodshed the novelist Averted.once told I / clAys'JO treatment use ,js Cham to ;car man' "but go around taln't? all right alone to like let a that blind at ***** ** oo****** *** t

:rt" 61s experiences as a journalist In t' hwlH1: i\j<>M
( t 'l 'night trying to find fall way around in m
...-f-j" tucky many years ago. ; < \ tie oystein lid?a the d rk";-o18TelaDd Plain Deafer' I2

.. ., i.JTnere was a good deal of uews.<" \ condition. gold by
.'..".... 'sld: "such as shootings and '! : E. :aloOt-acbv. NOW IS THE TIME
-'I';* ,' wi this news was not regarded as Many school children sutler from aonstl
: portant, and little attention was patlon, which Is often the cause of seeming .
"*" to'Jt. .I.remember once, when a' Experts. stupidity ai lessons. Chamberlain's stomach '
fend" breite'-'out afresh when .wluted to n !ball! anti liver tablets are an ideal medicine \
of the opposing'eldee"met' at the.-&? ) iiYFin'; tth M"I\\r\ : Wglve; a child; for they are'mild and gentle ADVESTISE
",. -ty .seat., --There were, hot words* : Jvory
blow was_ struck, and weapons Constipation.. told by City Drug Store:! sodS "I ..
,: drawn'.-'when* the-sheriff!' h1"terf ; 'm ', 'ydiT'see i ,<*:*Ju K.: aioGeacny. .

..4 He loudly announced that he they\ )be so? Tj" -

riot tolerate ,any violence, ordered tl! > rip- p J'1'f111 The: .
;" parties to separa eVand Vbfti. bis \; watg' ('", nre n- potlpt'' R. F SCARLETT The best opportunities are often .
? iers were Hot'"obeyed he"begn II"* > I -' / >ad it WI't'I! ,

,: lug 1 forget whether he kllled!.. rats! for rata apt 'neglected. NOW is the best time
without th li Notary' Public.Real ,,
t--- or nine but.1 know 'that; In dE's'r ,
% the Incident in 1 ? t want' a htghoi
my paper} ()
't aid the sheriff for' his "prompt tbrtn for a flue' to advertise.. '
..K'' Estate Handled.
and bravery and added the ) t
: here is no doubt but for the'lr : ; of Ivory from Collections if'
to smill" a specialty., If''you'have son to sell
auction of the sheriff' there would, :'pertain lething ; "'
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been bloodshed. be sold. "'r ope Office in First National Bank. I
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B) ::' of the Ivory's!! ex you ,v nt'tQ buy something; or if. "

I Croup Is most prevalent during the the Ivory that "

cold weather ol' the 'early winter or g"lntll1.1'/ For Over''' Fifty Years. ; have a bargain NOW is thcr l
Parents 0: youngoblldren; should be tbey nra foutl. And you :

: 'ed for It. All :.that la needed a bottle \ : ntjmnke9} Ivory Mr. Wln.low'. Soothing cutup
ChaaiberlulL's oough-reuieJy Many : cnn't tell :Han been ui for over FIFTY YEARS by MILLIONS \ known.Don't
1,,,.tn 1 of MOTHERS for their CHILDREN best time to, .make it .
r; ers are never without It In their homes ,ltoriiot.] Ibo WHILE TEETHING with PERFECT SUC
'. 'it:a'wer disappoints' ,them. yoke:: by .t< are Ivory experts. CESS. SOOTHES the. CHILD SOFTENSthe
drug Store and til; 1 fc,, iloGeaehy.The. .. -Democratan COLIC QUMS.and ALLAYS Is the>l8t remedy PAIN for CUKES DIARRHOEA WIND ; fail to see us about your 3 s -
Sold by Druinrtata In every part of the world. Bemire I\
-, -? and ask for"Mr WlnRlo...'.Soothln.Syrup" (
,Oldest Joke. Halr:i Cut.. and take no other kind. St.c,a bottle. Spring Advertising this week.] If

,-It will be difficult to discover an J"r to guTont unit /get l r' ,
er pracUcal Joke than that of' the> (. ; a' (tie :..S.Q'.ai i0s

',_ peramitb and f the.maker of brazen la tbe j* from Ute 0 I-f': zooeeoaI it is business you want i'
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ages for tbe tempi of Osiris, which his second finger. ::3. "c"o fr =o: -1
embodied in Egyptian Inscriptions'da : get I It cut?" re .' e n ': ; I'C'I4. :'
I. g'.i :2:

ing of Memphis from the reign who of ruled Menes' over, ?.)) tbe"Are'chair you, with like tbe the j p'! !il'04"" S'f; .,.) ... ty1.-v: g The Banner: can (Get it for You.IF .

; years ago. According to1 ancient In 'bis own restnp-- I af ._ .,
.... f'1s.! there dwelt between these ''w to -trust one s ; en :;

craftsmen iraa}for peace a quiet and who man was whose sadly !! l1)cut, nil your right hair!*"?said" : !Q'4 n:nmsoJ : !!I n : g."e.C:: I' t CI '1." It. ******' ****_?I **,t

: Curbed by the. noisy occupations that but you I .. ;: "'s.g.g .I..j e ti C.)

fled on by his busy neighbors. barber j ettlng'; ,his '=' .. c.0.Q;: s. '" 'A' t .e
therefore asked each of them to place. The other : 0 Jt :::'ID .t::: __ YOU WANT/ NEAT JOB-PRINTIIXG
for what sum they. go home promptly r::: '" ., ;a na'o :- 0 rTt I
dwellings.: This they did. Each If oue of \11t, gets j o. :: -,. RI ,CALL ONTIHE
hUed the amount required, and be,' ; day there insure = on' m.o. 7JIIC
ing satisfied: paid it 'over to them.: that time, and It .1 BANN ::3R.
"Now" be asked of the : e"' If he bas |to $soe. .."o..o....... .
where Is your new dwelling?" 1 right here and .. -
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have taken: that -of tbe maker of lie doesn't like to

ages," was' tbe''reply., ""Abd you e 'barIler cuts an-
queried the quiet man of the -: Cleveland ,Plain

-whither goest thouV" ''To.tbe .
of,the coppersmith"" !- .. t --- .,

.This Is one of. many tales told In' Muele. /;'- ., !. '. .; .
ad : '
Into mytb from an ,, : : ,
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legend and differ only in; local: ,:color. themselves to > : ": '" "" "' -..\ 4"'j 't. ., ,

--'---''-... atilted"toi about to enter be' Jna th? :: .?: < .:: :: < ::;: : '

'' The Experiment Failed, afternoon service. ; !: ,: : ,

When' a small boy mentioned -' he .regretted I ,
Short Stories 'gt'ows"up the s<: that' moment'cora- : .. .
cprioslty! be displayed, may be 'a' \" ; but' that lmmed.1' .c ;; .. ,Do You'' Want ,. "J". ... .

able possession: Meanwhile bis of the sort -- ,
er objects to,it, In perform. ,-' '. "' ,
.Isn.t Tbe lowers) after ," .
"Ma." remarked the boy I ""
funny that everybody ,calls little la the! '
bouncing*" baby 4". *' Wheu the minister : Y'i
er; a J:3igB rrgainii : ;
Why do you think it's funny. a he made tile : i ; : ,
liam?" asked his mother. ut.' ''Tb parties .. .
.. !Because when I dropped, him. of !matrImony \ :. ;
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ne at the chancel .r ,
this' morning j
the porch ..tutb., K :
bounce .a bit; he justfoUered." singing of hymn r ..... IN' : -. a i.i
r--- That. Dream of I ed :
J How.Touemhi Roost.Nothing : > .. '; '-, ', > :; ; >:,1. '.

cojjld .;i UVreicl'cntrla. ..----- Shoes Ha'ts' -
.CJothJuCg and> : .
tb "YII.P..wb b ,
our eyes ,than, !, ..... ,
bird does ,
cans go to roost. The 6O YEARS : ;: "
"nick Its head'under its wing p EXPERIENCE ,. 'i .. .',",'

th'tngr! and so'-settle'down,but .,.... 00 TO j.r -- .,' :' ,I
In most orderly fashion.. I n 'h
Itself ,up t> .
forward the : I :r' d I "I } ... ,
tall Is turned oyer II .;: I :. e f' I
feathers-of which the .
in- the soft I '
gantic bill -blddetf.i Then the : : ; ;
bird Miftct.'i'n' 3' .::4
shuts down,-all semblance a TRADE MARnlDI:8IQH ,
loft and one can ,see nothing but : '
f all of teatherLondon Standard. CO..VRIGHTa OIB.' .. j J f
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ilMorlptlcin may
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r firea whether mo ".... ,
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i- BrotheJ-'Good.ole'e HAN0800K n Patent oJ't ,__
i Brother Ooodsole: "," asked tbe Vi Munu.ecurh)5-A tor.o.11e fcttlt I''I
Mowatt Lalgbtly. did; you % IA the '
noVnce last 'Sunday that( r would, ( rlalt. "
your pulpit this morning/ .. "
cupy "" 1* T r. it at- :
Indeed. I did. Brother Isightly't J""r"al. Term.e3a "

.. tongregation.t+, look: at I the can't smallnesa account-for of }t. 'f d::;'IN wd Ynik[. : .' I. ;'0 <

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.' At Chtpley, Fin._ Presiding Elder Carnel, of Ma-
= rianna, preached here Friday
Entered at the voataffic* lit Chlptay Fla.. as I

second claM mull matter._ Dr. Grace, of'Chipley, was : Have you see'n.

"'- here professional business
ONE YEAR..>.. ..'1.00 Thursday. .
.soTHBEE / .<:: ...' .

011MONTHS MONTHS..........,.25Ad Levia Brock, of Orange Hill, \ .,

was among the young people in "

tertlslnn rate turnUhed OB application.: town Saturday. The window. with,0. /,.,,:, ._ :
Communications; on live topics espe- Uncle Crayton Tiller, of Pine- i ; a : ;
solicited. HIs : .
cially of local I Interest, are \"' :. "J. : ; ;
that the publishof ; : .: : \
understood however, log, spent part ot the day hereon : '' .
THE BASWKR will not be responsiblefor ; > "
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opinions expressed by correspondents. business Friday. *$ Crosset Shoes \" .
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McKeithen of :
TTK BANNER wants a live representative Mady ; J ,' ,
and correspondent at every postpfllce Vernon the visitors ,'.tf,... -.' \. ,.' .' ... ii'
near was among ,
In the county and will make liberal arrangements <, ': .. ; ;?
with the rl.rt parties. here Saturday.The ... c I. 'In it? .' ; .. "j.

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election off '. .. '
THURSDAY. Nov. 1'7. I9IO. passed very ". ":: ,; ....,.: .
with the ., .
the 8th
quietly on '
The land slid some, and all in- largest vote ever polled here. "',,.;;;:;:'i,::, ', ...,.- If not,, .see, it. .. OJ. -. ; .")j.; .

direction. .J' : '. .. i'' .' *
the right Col. D. H. Horne, of Orange 1!.. :'" .. ... -- 1L \.
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Hill spent the past week here : :'(,'tr;' ;- f3.' eo' 00 ';' ..; .,- .,.

The' Colonel will take a rest- with his son Prof. W. T. Horn : ;r,':r .' 0 : :p e. :. I ,

then we win hear from him and family.W. .".!'. ",,. ... .. .," .?i,.
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again. L. Tiller and Jesse Mc- ;
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Keithen taken in the fair at Pen- .. '" .
The Democrats are. as happv ;f"
min- sacola two or three days the \. -& Dekle Co. I ISchool \
as the end man at a negro week. T.Campbell \ *

strel. past '. ,, 'ft
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Rev. M. E. Grant and Thos. .i
The Interstate Fair held at L. Jones attended quarterly .

I Pensacola last week was'a glorious meeting'at New Hope last Sat-

r success from start to fin- urday and Sunday. f.f.J

ish. It is said than 10,000
more '
\ ,
The Morrison mill at Macom,
the gates Friday ::;
passed through .
on Pinelog, was burned at 7 or 8 I
and.all the'other days.had a large at Home.
o'clock Tuesday morning the 8. I
attendance.The Let the Carver School teach you by II I
We have idea to who
no as applied -
mail, the Art of Photography. I
the}orch. John N. C. Stockton's
Apalachicola Times says: If you are seeking a profession that j

"It is conceded that Mr. Bryan Grover Jones and Fealey Wilcox Is not overcrowded and one that la remunerative -

returned from Tallahassee respectable and pleasant
will be the high man in the pri-
you are advised to take up photography A Little to the Hearts of
mary." The Times is the only Saturday night, where they had -Let the Carver School teach '. '

one we have heard making this been to take the civil service examination "
concession.. The Banner will you. Business Men. i -.;
Saturday. If you are an amateur photographerand
wager dimes to doughnuts that wish to make better picture at a "
the Times is Curtice L. Jones and wife're- -
lower cost, or wish to become a pro
turned home from Chipley Wed- fe.slonal-Let the Carver School teach .

The State Association County nesday where his wife tae been you. .. J !

Commissioners recently oran under medical treatment the If you are a professional and wish are quite a lot of people-I t '

ganized, will hold their first past'month. We are glad to to produce work that will be'a pleasure : THERE people at that wh"o bold. f I'
to customers and a creditto
nual session at Lake City, on note that her health has been your State in a state of development
-Let the Carver School teacb
Nov. 17th. The' good roads much improved.The you like this State for .Instance, : ]

question, which is ,agitating the you. R'4. should be represented in the United ..
'The Carver School of Practical Photography -
minds ot the,people of the state, people of this town and .. ? States Senate by a

will be one of the subjects dis- community extend sincere sym- and inexpensive offers twenty course cemplete coveringall practical And these people are entitled to their

cussed. pathy to Curticfe L. Jones and branches of photographic work. opinion, which is, in turn entitled to 'f.

wife in their sad loss of their bay Write now for full information, it la serious consideration. .

The state wide prohibition by Russell, aged 2 years and 8' free and places you under. no obllga Therefore, lot us put a senatorial *,

amendment was lost at the polls month. The sad event occurredat I tlons. AddressThe candidate on the scales, apply the r' :;.

last week, but the Banner will their home here Thursday 'Carver ScHool of Bertlllon system and get active with ./
continue its fight against the licensed Practical Photography the commercial stethoscope. c. :
night the 10th, after a lingering[
liquor curse. We may illness of 4 weeks. Its remainswere Waterloo ,3'

havs but little influence; our circulation interred at the Moss Hill CANDIDATE. Ih;,

like that of all other Saturday the 12. NOTICE OF ELECTION.. HE IS ALSO A BUSINESS MAN. .r;
weekly papers, is limited; and Notice is hereby Riven that an election ',
we need money all the time,. still will be held at fountain school house on He established and for many years successfully ,conducted ;.
Tuesday the 20th day of December A. D. a large banking bu.IDeu in Jacksonville. \\ :.
we shall continue to do our little FOUNTAIN.We 1910, to determine whether the territory 'I."f"
part toward educating the peoplefor described In petition duly presented! to He established and brought success to another large .;
the ultimate and the Board of Public Instruction of Wash bank in another in this State. .J'.
complete are having some dry ington county on the 3rd day of October large city
destruction of the collossal evil 1910, In with Sections and
weather here. compliance 2 8, rebates
He led the railroad
fight against freight aaan
of the age-the allied whiskey Chapter 4078, laws of Florida. halt be- :
come a special tax school district and aid to favored businessmen, and the practice was n
trust of America. Mrs. M. W. Nixon is visiting for the election ol three ((3) trustees, for discontinued. '

friends this week. said district, and to determine the number .:'
I of mills of special school tax to be 1893 front rank in the '
He as early as was a man
levied and collected for the
annually succeeding -
---- William A. BlountOF We had a loaded excursionto two years. s movement for a Railroad Commission and the bill was :1'.

Panama Sunday. The boundaries of said district. If es enacted by the legislature of 1897 of which he was a
tablished shall be the same as stated Inlaid
\ petition. member. This has secured more reasonable and equitable .,
PENSACOLA, Our school is gbing on nicely, All registered and qualified voters residing rates and better service to shippers.He ,;

Candidate For but will only last two weeks lon within the bounds of said districtor
territory are entitled to vote in this was president of the Jacksonville Board of Trade, ir'

United States ger.Mr. -- election.M. M. Fralser, R. W. Lambert. R. H. when that organization needed an active mn, enjoying-. '0

Senator and Mrs. Hardwick's baby clerk.Robinson, Inspectors' and Z. H. Fralser, the confidence of business men, to 'resurrect it after the _

died last week, only 8 months By order of Board of Public InstrueI yellow fever epidemic of 1888. : '..
I I I tlon of Washington county. Florida and '
old. In He was part of the movement for municipal ownership
i with Chapter 4678, (School
I I Laws. In.Jacksonville, and the Jacksonville Electric Light

*qt ,. Mr. and Mrs..Coker were, visiting I Attest: G. B..BUSH Chairman.. plant was built when he was chairman of the Board of

relatives in Fountain last B.JI.. GAINER, Sec. and Co. !ttapt.: Public Works, in which was vested this power at. that i 1ti
: week. time. '

He was Chairman of the Jacksonville Board of Public .
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lambert Notice Is hereby given that an election .
will be held at Wausau school house on Works when.brick pavements were begun and the tablet ...
has moved totheir, new residence Tuesday the 20th day of December A. D. in tN City Hall bears his natpe.s .< l'
this week. I 1910 to determine whether the territory
described In petition duly presented to He was a successful phosphate minor .
the Board of Public Instruction of Wash ,
Few of our people went downto Ingtoo county on the 3rd day of October: He was a success as a naval stores operator.
Panama Sunday. All reported 1910 In compliance with Sections 2 ana 3< '. .
1. I a swell time. Chapter 4678. laws of Florida shall -become 1 He achieved success in the real estate business ,1
a special tax school district and for ,

Mrs. Sallie Porter died Saturday district the election and to of determine three(3) trustees the number for said of He helped build many churches and other institutions,.k, '
Nov. 11, leaving a family to mills special school tax to be levied for the moral upllfV-and was chiefly instrumental in
; mourn her death. t and collected/ annually for the succeed oonstrncttngQoeotthe handsomest churches in Jacks.. ) :
two '
T log years. sonville. 'f
I The boundaries of said district If es r'
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Steele 'is' tablished shall be the
same as stated In
t said He preserved his credit and his reputation for fair -
; : visiting friends and relativesin in
I Dothan this week. registered and qualified voters resident .' dealing in all his various business activities. "* _
within the bounds of said districtor .
territory are entitled. to vote In this John Stockton is not a dollar chaser, but he has den _
Mrs. R. H. Robison .
and little elftct.loa.T.L.Jonea..T.J.cox
3t' well for himself and for hlsltriends In the engagements ,.
I. T.Barrow., '
daughter are visiting relatives
1., Inspectors and W..T. Ilorne. clerk. of commerce.
.' Dothan this week. By order of Board of Publlo Initrae
:, his tlon of Wasnlngton county Florida and He is more than a business man but as we are considering -
The man who is running on Mrs. Savannah Griffin has returned In accordance with Chapter 4078.. school only this side of him in this little hint to .those "
own merits and against Ring andFac'tional from Tallahassee where Laws. O..B. BUSH: Chairman- ,wise in trade and trafic,,we end as we began '
ti Politics. she was under treatment.: Attest: '
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The man who is running '
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1.; against the Perpetuation_ the The nicest line of harness ever Make the Dunn Hardware Co. 55,. .
United States Senatorship in in Chipley at the,Hardware store store your headquarters when in .. .'. -: .

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fnen' Safes, Matting [both China and ,Jap], Art Squares in Tapistry Brussels and Deltax Grass, i

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Jl) 'i ., ,:,,,,-, .NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. ,1
..... Department of the Interior. I The First National Bank
t_. U. 8. Land Office at Gainesville, Fla. ,
I. w. .;9 October 22, 1910. OF P.ENSACO.LA FLA,
.1. Notice U hereby given that John W, .
., Oxendlne; of Vernon Florida who on De.lgnated Depo.itary or the United Btate..
.t ;. I "" April 1119O7, made Homestead Entry .
oj ', No. 37i44.! (Serial:: No. 04492)\ ), for net of I' -
ne3(. Section 28, Range: Olde.t. -and Large.t Bank In "Wemt Florida.
15 west, Tallahassee Meridian, has filed .ORQBSTIZ3r: :D vr.-r: 3.0:: ,.:3.BQO.:
.. $TAZ ,C'faT1: R notice of Intention to make final Commutation -
ii iiThe '
proof to establish claim to the .
land above described, before the County Capital Half Million Dollars. \ .
day Judge of at December Vernon 1010.Florida, on the 2nd I. Burp1u. and Undivided Profit, X100,000.Interest .,

Claimant names as witnesses: J. N. '
Parlin & Oren- Brock, Emanuel Green D. 1. Evans, Paid in Savings Department at Rate of, 4 per cent per,Annum.
". Joe Washington of Vernon, Florida." ,
? dorfi Co.,' Canton. Ills.:, HENRY CJIUBB. / THe First Notional BonkOP
Ed fee paid. Register.
made the first Stalk Cutter .
-.5' PBN .COLA. "
ever built over 50 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.Department ., W.K. HTBR JR..President. W.S. KKVBE VIce-Prea
of the Interior W.J. FORBKH, Cashier. THOB. W. BBIIT. A..t.Cuhler. W. N. RoaBH-ra. A....Coehler
.r ,. years.ago; today they U. H. Land Office at Gainesville, Fla. Dircton-F.. C.Brent.W.J.W. A.lilount. W.8. Xe7l1, r. Wm. H. Xnowl_ W.K. Hrer.J
t Forbes. Knnwle Href. Thee W.Breot.
axe building the best Nov. 12, 1910.
Notice Is hereby !given that Charles 11. ,
,. Stalk Cutter on the market Davis, of VVaoaau, Florida! who, on February -
18th, 1004, made Homestead Entry Class Saw Mill
No. 3382(1, Serial No. 02403. for wjtf of ne# High- MachineryWe
Section:: 28, TownshlD 3 ::4orth Range 13
: west, Tallahassee Meridian, has tiled notice
I of Intention to make" final' five year We carry at our warehouse, Z

'''You need weight' In s Stalk Cutter to do rood work. Yon get it In thin" one-and proof above,described to establish, before claim the Clerk to the: of land the Ocean St., a'larg-e: stock of Portable

with weight you get strength. The:P. & O. Is prnclfcally indestructible. Beware of'lI1"bifUms Circuit Court at Vernon Klorlda, on the and Stationary Engines; Loco-v
11 ,stalk'cutters-you will rue' tho day you buy cna. ThIs one will last a 30th Claimant day of December 1910. motive and Horizontal Return Flue
names as witnesses: Runny
ltle-tlmo. What do the manufacturers themselves! think of It? "Back It up with an Bird .lohn Nlcklcs. Bunyan Nlc.kles, .ti 'Boilers; Saw-Mills, Planers EdgF -
unqualified: guarantee.". That Is pulling. It pretty strong-what-more cnn you ask? Daniel McColumn, all ot Wanaaii Kla., ers, Saws, Belting and Mill Supplies
HENRY 5. CHUBB, L- ; also engine and saw':m111 sup
Ed fee paid. Keclatcr.TKt .
plies. Prospective purchasers will
A p* find it to their interest to get our
before buying. A postal will bring our salesman. W ite for Illustrated -


,.d. 22 Ocean St. Jacksonville Florida.
;r Long Distance Te.erho... No. &'7.... "
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:UK r .. Headqanrtor for Prm.ldAtat. Vice-President .Cashier'
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!, All Kinds of' Up-lo-Daio, Farm Machinery

Y ,.{ National Bank.
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Department of>he Interior; DMpiirtnient uf the I Inti i.or.. 4 Capital. $50,000.00Solicits
S. LaodOnlceatGalnawVlllr. Flsj U. !3.: L&iid.Olllce) at HaltH'"III. 'la. f.
? Oct. .!;j. 1010.Notleo .
'f Oct. 22 1010
Accounts of
Banks Corporation...firms and Individuals
'Notice Is barely given that ItvnjamlnnFlWallerof ,' 'li 1'1' hereby given that Joseph' '
Mat'om,1I'lorlda. who, on ft. Wachob of M-xtoil, I'liiu, w hvi, Oil Our twenty years experience in the banking business enables us to offer
April 2tlih 1905, made homestead Juije isth! 1000, mad.* lloia>(.cud Entry you the beat banking facilities of any bank In West Florida. We also have n
Entry, No 3.>84SI (Serial No. 033SO) forfAfol No. 850til, (Sicrlat No. 024: 0)f ) fully equipped SaYings Department in which we pay Interest on deposits. Accounts
neW\. and eH''ol ;pey H;ejection 3ti, f fur I'Kof cM and s>i of twJi, Z'P( by mall handled as easily'as by personal interview. "
Township 9 NorthrHarute"14west, tkw Id. Township, :.f N'urth. Range W Send business. ..
Tallahassee Meridian has filed no W'SLTallo.bll.lltpe Mcrldliin. has' glad 1'fIfIN R JJfl.YAN ., your .
flat of Intention to make dual live year notice of Intention t.) make float t1ve.J"lu' I, -CANOIDAT1 Of IHt HOfH OtsrcTioNi F. M. GOLSON, Cashier.
proof to establish claim to..the land roof, to ritabllsb claim to the lend above! ALL VNITU ITATC er$riemo SfNATOHA. rox"
above described, before theCoo'D 1 Judge described, ber01'ft' the County edge hiVernoii
at'VernonFlorida; on' the: Ut day of Florida, on the3uth day cf ...
December,1U10.Claimant November 1910. HIDES .
names as witnesses: George Claimant names as' witnesses: J. M.Payne. ,
MeKelthen Frank Finch, Bud Pinch of J. A. Hyfrett: M. Blue, L. T. 'fU' R' SAND.\ PRICE PAID
M acorn, Florlda-; Bob Taylor, ;of.Wausau .Knlzely.all of Sexton, Ma.HENBT G. \ FURS AND HIDES
H, CHUBB 1\1cQuagge
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Jf'* j: S. !..'.". Write for pric ,
S. UENBtt : CHUBB Ed lee paid. RflRI'1tftr. yn ,
iteglater. __ sI W.
,Ed/ee paid / -

I YO \.t. :' -; Dunn Hardware Co. wants' to Notary Public JOHN WHITE & CO LOUISVILLE:;. :; .

Refl the.a d verhsements see you at.their of business.. State at: Large.

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I Nervous Collapse. FARQUHAR MACHINES i.OO..t. '-:_
When Valor Balk.. ,_ : I -
How To 431 E. Bay Street '_
StopStubborn A couple of Kansas men were ta.lk1DC -- ,'"

of fearlMMneaa the other day nAil Chipley women Break Down Because JACKSONVILLE., FLORIDA., .

Y -A- tbla talk." said one of them "remind they have Kikney trouble Everything r the .sa,;jinlUplainlngmill. s \4
me of a peace officer 1 knew a numberof

Cough years ago In western Kansas. This and don't know it. We are sow, '.ellYnr

officer was entirely fearless,. -In fact, Women of every age and condItion '""

r We don't mean just stop the irritation toe kind of chap wbo would have break down and are brought to vergeof j the well known Farquhart. Machinery ,

If. in your throat-but cure the charged hades with a single bucket of uttercollapse because they have kid direct'to-the user, which moans
down Into the barrelof ..
water. To look
k .
: underlying cause. nay. troubles and don't' know it. The '' <
In other fellow's ham customers.
a gun the a saving our
Cough Syrups cannot do this. It was as placidly accepted an affair for disease, vitality hatters nerves, *

:,. takes a constitutional tonic body him as to light his pipe. He was Hot makes_work, rest or sleep impossible Large stock-Easy Terms. .,/

:', builder to do the work properly- for one day. If you are tired out, iritable and depressed Send for Catalog and Prices. v,-

:. and cure you to stay cured. Vinol ''''l1ar. the matterT he asked. suffer from dizxy sick head: )'

t is the remedy you need y "Cowboy In that room,' said a citl aches, pain in the back and sides, irregular -

r son designating the place. 'He's wild flow of the urine, etc., don't ; '
7" w' HERE IS PROOF ne. locked himself in, UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. Florida State College For Women
and dangerous. It, for delay is often fatal. Begin .
_' .Mr*. Minnie Oood, of Glen :rail, and w.',.. afraid be'll break out and i TALLAHASSEE ,
cl: --:N.Y.write."Aftertryingsev.ralwiles rna- using Doan's Kidney pills and ,GAINESVILLE
for a bawl cough and void wlthon'' dons harm'"So lee how quickly you will feel better, A Superior But Inexpensive Institution for Cotleveor Art and Sciences. Noras ScoW.
this officer opened the door of: of .Kx w -
School Music. School of Art. School
Florida Men. of
fceneat. I WM asked to try Vlnal. It Young
and bet
\\i worked Ilk ..... It cured my cold tbe room and looked In. The cowboy work better, rest better aleep Four colleges, agricultural I e.perlm >t' station: slon.First School das of Home equipment Economic throuchout T_.T"J
p ''and coach and I coined In health and had a six shooter In one band and a ter. Doan'a Kidney Pills have cured University extension. 46 professor and asnlittanta. free. Other expense* Terr low Vat lntora ,'.-

-' strength. I: consider Vinol the moak stick of dynamite ID the other aDd many Chipley women.- -Her. '. Chipley year.. toper Attractive( cent building Increaae In and attendance campu... last For address .
wonderful tonic and Invigorator I ever. calmly' remarked tbat be would turn proof of it. catalogue address, A. A.MURPHREE,Presides EDWAID CCIfI.....IVnUMU ,

: less s." them both loose In case the office) 'Mrs. Margaret Davis* Jackson St., --...-.

,. If we cannot stop that cough came Into the' room. The officer con Chipley, Fla."says: "For some time 1 I :

with VINOL-our delicious 'cod sldered'the thing for a minnte. Theo was in! poor healthand was fully We promptly obtain U. B and ForeignPATENTS CITY BARBER SIIOP?
be.. backed sway .and "S he did so remarked ,
liver and iron tonic-which is made aware that I was gradually growing ,

without oil-we will not charge '. : I worse. My nerves were all unstrung,,
'Let him sleep It off. They U J : No Waiting.
..., -- you 'a cent for the medicine you times when a man wbo.ain't afraid lea my sleep was-fitful, and I arose in the ..

buy This seems like a pretty fair blind tool: "Kansas City Journal. morning feeling unrefreshed.: tallO, Barbers 3

proposition-and ought to be ac- -----.---- had.a poor appetite and felt languid., ,I Hand model,iketott or pttotoolinvention for
I roe report on rwt<>nt MUty. For free book
cepted. Don't you think so? With Mad It Quit Clear. My daughter finally' procure a box of: How to Becuro YD M(IC \
this understanding we ask you to The engineers of a party In. the field Doan's Kidney Pills for me at McG 'a. PatenManrl InHUC-MARKS Everything Up-to-Now. "... '

.try a bottle of VINOL were continually annoyed by the' curiosity chy & Co's drug sore and I began to Share ...-... ...... iSe.Haircutting .

S.E.: McGeachy Druggist; of the farmer folk In the country use them." They did me so'much good ........ 25c. i'

round. Bach and every day tbelr progress that I continued .taking them and l Shampoo ........... 2Se. ;
Chipley Fla. was blocked by some Inquiring in better health than for Massage, .....,... .... 2Sc. "
soul who would hare liked to spend yeanI U. S. Patent Office Hair Singe,. ......... 25c., J, _
much to Doan's Kidney Pill*' '
answers to ,owe .
the forenoon WASHINGTON. D. C.- '.
t Is Your Property For Sale? questions of why and whither and For sale by all dealers. Price 50 We Solicit Your Patronage:

.:: The Chipley. Board of Trade how far and what for relates tbe New cents. Foster'Milburn Co., Buffalo, Very JteipeclfHVv.W. ..,
York. Sun. At last a sertpuB faced New York, soleagents for the United

,e< s receiving many inquiries for young man took an Interested bucolic States.. D. Peters, JPropr _

( homes, farmsr-stock lands, etc. graybeard' one aide and explained mat Remember the' name-Doan's-and

If you have such property for tern."Now". to write tor our oonfldentinl letter before applying :
said be, "I'm telling this to take no other._ for pat.entrl5 may be worth money.We .
sale or rent in the county or in .
promptly obtain U.S.and Foreign J DJ.JONES. S
or near Chipley and will give usa you, and I don't want It to go any fur
ther. We have discovered that the The Nature Student's PATENTSand
full description of it, we will andtbe Story. Jl.Uorne7-At-Law. ,
finda earth Is a parabolic hexold. "In my boyhood 1 once captured a TRADE MARKS or return EN-
undertake to help you buyer ordinates and co ordinates do not quite nest of three young', thrushes. I put TI RE auorneyeeey .- endmodel, sketch OHIVLEY. FLA. .
Please state size .location and I or pholoand we send an IMMEDIATE
fourteen '
tally by a foot or perhaps by them In a gilt cage by aD-open win. FREE report on patentability. We g-tve/ ,
distance from town; amount in' Inches. The place where the gap comes dow 'and their mother came and fed Lbe best legal service and advice, and our 1)) C4RMICHAEIT.
cultivation and timber number Held charge are moderate. Try us. .
; has been located In tbat Just them regularly with worms and grass A

and condition .buildings;,water: ahead of u. We don't want It mentioned hoppers." SWIFT & CO., Attorney'at Law.. ,

supply, fruit, stock etc., namingthe but we are getting ready to The speaker; nature efudentt sigh Patent Lawyer"t ......Collections a Specialty. _*>

lowest price and terms and blow up the spot and make an Incision. ed. Opp.U.S.Patent OftJC8.WashIngton, D.C. Chipley' Flu
mail or send in to before beginning- the operation' of jol' "The mother" be resumed, "must.

.' Ing the two.'.o have expected' her' little- ones to be '''''-- ....
THE BOARD OF TRADE, The engineers finished their labors in soon liberated. She fed them, as 1.. '
Chipley, Fla.'IAN.noyAatC. peace aod.olltude.. aid- regularly for three days on 'flesh I'' Botanic I Do f:

food. Then one evening at' unltf't'she

Lame back comes on suddenly and Is extremely appeared with a.sprig of green In bf'r.l' I You ,

painful. It I. caused by rheumatism mouth. She thrust the green In 'BloodBalm .. I:-;
t I I Ul llaamatcaxlrL for .v..mrybaAy.Lam.hmrt.IMaclty,the IL of the muscles. Quick relief. Is afford through, the gilt bars; Then, singinga ** ..

-f ft L coming use tool.aclenc.. Slmpl..nd.bow ptac-1 to I 00 by applying Chamberlain's liniment. sweet sad song, she flew aWR,... (B. B. B.) Cures Through the Blood :Take "='j!

AND Ueal.ftJlotpicture. S.m1J :bold: by CityI>rug Store.Jt 8 E McGeachy And she never came back Her- offspring _.
pU copy AM If you ..m I the next morning lay dead\ side Blood Poison f f
,1tij $, fehU paper. 11 00 a yaf.aamp.oa '
Pub. Cat | by side, on the bottom"of the cngo. TAE BANNiItr

flagon St..Boatoa.Mata..rBBaBI ISUwoomb's Definition of "Magnet" The sprig she. had brought: them. I I BONE PAINS, CAN- ; .
Personally Newcomb was an agreeable which was nearly consumed, was a'I' ;
Photography. AMERICAN Inlrrmt.nwybody. ,. companion{,and ''faithful. frleud. .sprig of the deadly larJ.spur.tFrpe, -, CEHSCALYSKIN.PIMPLES If not '
PHOTCX.HAPHVIMcllMlt. His success was due largely to his flora or death! Death or freedom!

Beautiful picture,*,ninnthIjr .- ; tenacity; of purpose.. The, writer's only That Is what must have been. the burden -, ,

I pA..onte.t., qiiettlona phtiu.critldam an PHOTO personal contact with him cauie of her farewell song," Rheumatism, Eczema..I not? '
,werod. Sampt.copy free through the Standard Dictionary, of The narrator paused, and from his Itching Humors. Why :;
U you mention thla(taper. __
Aasrless I Photography 6p4 P? whose definitions In physical' science listeners a low murmur arose, a murmur
O B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) 1 is the only Blood
t Beacon St., Bo.lou. nn. Newcomb had general oversight Up perhaps of sympathy, perhaps of remedy that kills poison In the blood and then We will send THK BANNER poet pala
one occasion he 'came Into the office angrr dJ"# .Uef. purifies it_sending'a flood of pure. rick blood dI- to any address, for$1 pet year; We. for sis
.... rect to the skin surface Bones. Joint, and wherever .
greatly dissatisfied with the dednltloii : months;25o, for three month. IOr
all Sore
the disease is located. In this way .
that"we bad 'framed for the ,...or.1"maguet"a The Patient Man. (Tlcera, Pimples, Eruption are healed and cured. <
A Word With You almost pain arid Rheumatism ceases, swellings -
,' conception Irnpoa
Mr.. Henpeck ,had hesitated a long the bloodIntoclean.healthyoondition.giviagthe
sable to define In any logical way. We while about doing this bold thing bathe skin the
rich red hue of perfect health. B. B. B.cures the
the '
bad simply'enumerated properties
felt tbat now was the time. or worst old caTry it. .-
MR. MERCHANT., of'the thing, a course which in the absence never "Dear," he said in a very BOTANIC BLOOD BALM (B. B.:B.) I Ie pleasant and of' authoritative' knowledge ol Ue to take: composed of pure Botanic Ingredient New Yrok Thrloe-a-Week World, but year
timid voice, "I wish you wouldn't call tpurlfiee: and enriches the blood. B. B. B. strengthen '
You cannot look about you their causes was tbe only rational pro me 'Leo' any more." .the nerves and build up the broken down for '1.06 .;? ..

on the streets without seeIng cedure. Bat Newcomb's mind demanded "Why not?" demanded his wife ex .with-stem.direction DKDOOISTS.for home cure.SAMPI.B PBK. LAKOB Ben-rut<=> j.

.logical treatment and. though be plosively';. 'Leo' is your given name." Baser writing to BLOOD Or I IWe
who have '
people money must hare seen from tbe outset tbat BALM Co. ATLANTA,GA. When writing for .
'1 know, my dear, but It makes my ample give name of rout trouble It you know.
in their pockets which oughtto this was forlorn hope his tenacity of
friends laugh wben call me tbat m
you will send THB 84,...a sad t theAtlanta -
be in your cash drawer; purpose kept him pencil in hand writIng I was thinking you might call me 9 9O99OO99O39OO9OOOOOOOOO90When Weekly Journal, one year,for$1.70
and erasing alternately for an hour .
'Job,' just for a pet name.,"Catholic. :
to credit in the bank
or your Finally be confessed that '
or more. Standard and Times. ypu, want j | "
You cannot look about you be could do no better than tbe follow JOB PRINTING.- Or :

in store with- ing pair of definitions: "Magnet", ,fl body ,
your or shop On Beauty of Classical Muster
out seeing goods .that these I capable o; exerting magnetic'tOI'C Miss Gush-Do you like classical Call on us. \| II you wane, all three papers-TataBAHNBR
and "magnetic force, the,force exertedby
music Mr. )3ourdropp) oooeeeeoeeeceeeeeeeoeeeeec The New York 'World, The At
same people, should own- a magnet. With a hearty laugh onrtlropp-l'es. .-..- .-,--..- lasts .Jo\lroal-.e will make the extremey :

should# now be using. at his beautiful rlrculus In, detiniendoha Miss Gush Oh I gladj po low of ---
r am so. price only $9,80 for the three ;papers
and tbe Imperfect
down his pencil
threw I you not find in It great inspiration, -'
-- and Illogical office definition 1 | Advertise in'fa.fJ ,

,These facts .hold good.-' was accepted.--North American lie- ,sublime Mr. Sourdcopp thought and Not true exactly beauty 1 Ilka. 2 : : | BANNER' ,Today i* the acceptable lime to subscribe -

even if you have been, doinga view it because no blithering Idiot can beat I] | For best results.eoccceccecccceccocoeoceeco.

good business lately, time to It with his foot TO BANNER r
Tim. at the North Pol. -
They ar /the,sort of facts At the north pole time la nothing, .. s
Mad. Easy.'
which make store-keeping and .If one were residing at the north Matrimony* I
"Can a tallow'marrj comfortably OB .: : ff
It would be unnecessary to wind .
r the most interesting in the pole a salary 'of $500. a year,?' asked, the FRENCH
one's watch. You are always at 12o'clock G- ,
world-the most tantalizing and can't walk out of the hotel young. man. ,
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; "Sore be can, replied the'.... of 0
without walking south. All times S
one, too. Sagevtlle-"that is. provided he baa
_ of day meet at the pole as the meeting MARKET
v JL ft of all the meridians. A man sitting
place _
Do you realize that you mathematical get his employer to pay the next year'sIn
with tbe Inrlslble
reach these adrancs."-Chicago Ne",.". .
can people every -
point right under him would be In all GOFFEE .
week -
Y. twenty-four hours at once, or a twen -
tJ-four hour watch placed on tbe pole ,
If you'place' adv. ...
; an .
'_ could be ,made to point to,the correct -
in The Banner. time In every part of tbe world. Tbere HOW WOULD YOU L1K.

'. used to be something of an approximation RILL p. LETTER, -
: It's worth .trying.LS to this in the extreme north of $100 In Gold-$100t '

0'k Norway where the degrees of longl HEADS R HEADS ,_ ..I', _

tude squeeze In.until recent days. Caps NOTE ENVELOPES Everyone who sends us in a list of English words made up ofany'or :. .- .

; t0f of Norwegian coasting schoonerswill I ; all of the letters in. ::' .. '
tell yon how Inconvenient It was BEADS BUSINESS, '.f :.', .

7, to change between tbe time of ,Holland S'AT.H'E -. "FRENCH MARKET -COFFEE". )A,, ',." .
: B. N CARDS ;
LLi. TP 1 dAtD at Bergen and that of Crete at ....> : .,:: t-
n;' rscfflrrrvt ,,' K
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.I;' : the North cape while correct local CIRCULARS PAMPHLETS receive The sending in the ';
I' ri" will ; a present. one. greatest ||ft- ,0; : ...
.. time was maintained.. General .Norwegian MILL. 4: COAJIS8A y' of words will be givenOne Hundred I Pollarsin CJpl4dred -- -"M ,,' ... ...., :..
time became_ OIIEC pf ether valuable presents will bij giv qfzn Eq c teants. *, I :. --"
feJ": 8- : '.: -
it:;. perftyh'm old old story told time* without nuro
th.mtxttltlabliioed..rown. RECEIPTS DRAFT '
(;: '- rerypackaKebM ...hlDd It" the patatlon her and repeated over and over again for N For list of presents and particular remrd' .' \ :,f;;

,': of a bows the whoa trade buslne ataadards ue W.hlghe.t the last 86 year, but It M always a welcome WEDDING:; V SITUlG" ing. contest, ask your grocer, or ,write to ...V-I.W fly.
In "
story to those la search of health-There Ulotting .

1 1., : to'wns.mesaREE all taIlAee rlpU on.p. IqN n4 .. .r.l.uto: in the World that curs coughs and INVITATIONS_ G ,-. ,:CARDS f .CONTEST EPARTMEHT. ';t'- 'r iit1

4';: Ei.YI"g"udta1ld rarteu," Of!: --M. Ma colds M quickly a. ChaMberlain's cough; NEW;' ORLEANS COFFEE, COn LTD: (p : :: ;" "
uat' to.u.A"' li1d ; ; 1
''If remedy. Sold by City Drug Store and B..K,' TO R ER ,,
6:. :il:Me raa1W a 00.. Detioft.Irlati, IcOeacey. NEW ORLEANS .,

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'fly removing the cloth cover j little _flint'}. t olnvn, .. I:;o, I. d} mw t t, Ii F ;..0':' ., '1 r' 'I
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","ove tQtetbfrtqz et* v.1 .
trapand; the'stick w'iien" *> from thtr !nul. i 1"1 rink :

kiahed will do for a cane to had! 1 lu br rntati'ttctad I I III, : s .;
'the clergyman at Christmas. in theSlrr"xlug: runua. tut' "' t, i' 5 f 1r / ,
? Unlitr':; I <:.'1'II'! ":e ,1./WII'1tctlf., .K' :
Tt keep freckles ,fron> Oft
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J1'tll'fCWIlf. ; hill II '' ..
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.m small paint pot. Quart size 11. .. .. ... PRINTING
carefully lf."'und 'uirest uVis petuhdit boll'} :
.wlfhja pink paint .
the of complexion: a'h't1'tirrd wit" .blH' work fly\ ,
fyne :your "
fi camel's hair brush:paint! 4e8. ; >d Hpiu: the 'tIlUW .V. ";4tn l' : .. :
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'i :twItJtf' fa Ih' tut' d"" _. "

butYotmg cannot J t too., l! cr.otlttYllblit' JlU lB. I "" :: ,,' .'
wires > .
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; gouAii riii. ;
l ; hikllug try nn'to'rtl'l1'-: ', ,
hin !cd that they should ; ..
Whetr husband with: f' .' :Qdlresal'S1 i .. Ute (rpp"dlltt..''t lI ,j ':-t'o .,.: '. ';" ';;, ."
to 'that there la < ung 'tFni**. Baying; : .. .... .Creates a: good rimpres;:"tS .' : -. .
safe say .
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f ttft,r Ule. Aliv 1''oerest. \ i' '" .
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world that will more deeply be'M) 4>yfi( >iHiiiTgrjr : rnhILJ. : ,;:; '.5.r.' _
ttimhan this and'It. should t p \ ; .it r' 'O .slop among .ybur'cor-J x
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not tie. forgotten. > ". .- : : :tO! h..lf....imjiifnl, qn your' Rt.tlnJr.i : .' : \. .

I AU-your'lamp, wicks' pve'oQ' i ; .','hf''.._vrnsty,' ,._.m..,>p( nH\... : '_. I! 4Ilewe ; respondents, ands i helps' vv .. ';, ."..". :**.*.. :. : .
( trubsUtu'te'ean ; _. '
satisfactory : -
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'Irlaht point lace 0vaIen. t : tt"fh'rt -fl to give your business''prestige. '-." .
r Th ,c.rra 'ce>'O' ; . ..
round the wIck : ', ., .. .
fullyfwonnd( '.1-:: '; >11.1''' 4'-UU1 ,, .. )
knitted necktie will j> .m,. ; ;( \ i ;
+ "! t .: It! 4'4,1 '711'rl'WI'\ 'rrlu ; 'A .. .. ,
purpose but 19 apt to'burn the 1':.!. .lbllt. pW,>x. for In1tauca4t1.h1'the: : ;) "J. .

't1v'out a pungent odor '#V'nftW1i: 1 lihie." nfte? .. .' ._7 .
it ,n I'luV! TD'u 'tllwela h ytli'ah t .,.; ,,.,

-'t1s ittff' hllIM' "itiMir'f" t ;' lt/IJ ,.
met '
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Marriage In Plosrdy.Tlcardy .,
: : !In (lir :t.frrvrwlj i
A ': custom, < t')'..> .,...!.H:!' -t tl;. raatt: : ,w'itfd ,., Do Neat Printing

;broad; basis of common ; j It .j: ,'; J't.LiS. i! ;\vliw, J.t'5 !1tlllnll' f"\Ve 8
,. the Idea of complete I: ; t_
s lani'nn t e7inm'u+ orange
+ :: : day' \; .. ,
that which puts a new bride. IIPxt111"I- r"dtll... thief' 1 ,t At Reasonable Prices. ;
t In the '.
llnd f
> r'c'\ :' rn1w,! ,: ; 'lIi'I'\; fe; otL I
husband. It mar. o?.courser :: .
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come; something roc" a b rle tjl4rRlj :1t1'ahlft5fty .. .
'ri II 1'T"'IM.f'1f} : ...: ': ;
'the bride ttfay"purposelybadvv- > h' 'i'' ,j.i-?; v mfil 0m- YI'ltpw,,!II:1 II- ,
: a: .n ..
''tfcrltjf than she need. 'Still Ih ')I'l"( : /.t< Mio ;luloln.4: eer.'9.'olot ....., ;: 5'S." .. ? .. : ,1 > .
..,ration of tho wife as a ,6e\ : i>''4-.nii t'f, > mll'nlnt, : and hire ;-t :" ; '. -

fiery clearly shown In th4 th,'. en "'.\11"', 'rJl'r"'I; the ,..)ltl .Give. us your, next. order,., ,
'If thfuroTmg wJfeJsJiusband: : .:........ 010..1 ,. {lt la ar Q.Itrofil: ''' ,'.
4r, she. will be asked, "to" ii !' :'1.1.'. 'L.1)I: '.,()IC't.-' Key- and .we will! give you perfect -, :

JM>r.*n&Clrtaz4, Uvharrow! : : .... .. .'..'ta..l4b alt .. 'tf.wi ?.a:0 '
,"pte<<:e\If"land"U: : -ber"Cbolce;, ,.... .-:0--::0l' : ._ ..... .",, .. satisfaction* thus '
on.Ironworker she jtnuat! I .
;pieh 'Of4rtNtpsY Prl::a. U8l",;. : .!i. 'Xi. B 'tI & cu.: .: .making :you. ,one of' our;;.;' .'" .. ,,
!'measure out wheat from n": I/my 'friend( hadn't'blundered 1. think- > .

ttbe church door:' If on a / 1 was a-doomed victim ot oon.umptton1}l .' .. regular customers. \/.." -:
[Opposed to to IItJiki : "'! bo alive nowWrites W'T.: .J ''

'It!?on a sapor. sn e- bOJVcI: 1 r.., aryIIiii, gdtbsr! )ri.,l5v|). "but J'our -, ;: ;:f' : :

mod .oQlt 1 .than. I1D4 'fIO.oft; 'het sawpvpy! "attempt{ to. cure'' ,a <:) : ,
,other occupations. Evidently (' cnugb fall, ,At last 1 tried Dr r > : ,
ting of an Idle wife Is not ',". d'w .Discovery. The efteot' Was "'4 I'I : i ,

:Tlcardy.-T.: P.'a. Loogo i l. It goon }topped the.couphind I. f .... .. ,. THEt.,
t ; nov" livVcttct!; health th In I haves been .

gt Cat Exchsny", lip .r;! !\ \ ....TiMv wonderful' Jll'e- Qver iii an '
SI 5*Carls' blla"a cat'excbange.'ia lt'd remedy\ for onirha, coll?lugrl|), :

flux chats..".'This establish >A, croup, bemorrh. xo wbci>plng ..
sated In a big chamber' at the ol"wt'tlk lun,,a.. 50c. $1. Trial bottles 6II CHIPLEY BANNER: ;
j-wlneshop.! Here are Ou" a runt owl, by 8.'iKAtcOeiiohvS', : .

jfll sizes and colprs,. whlcb, -:-:"' .

; Seen jumping 'arid' heard : .yJpaf pas on .Circuit. / .
(rltC to 8-W that the customers was, the -KC'II Ins': 'ui'icT fo'i'i'sstghjjof: Chipley Fla.

*means tender hearted old -I. .that haw the necessity of-tre L ArI
fo.r the most part: furriers : ,
; a close Tonnwtloii uet\v*>pivr4hc '
!rs and1 cooksA good 'sleek sk Ing's: court and the liW-ul f $ hry.,
realizes' from 2% cents {p 20 c flown the land. Il \tn14 -4 .
st upland *X :
;jkln ha a number ohi. ac : ; } and wllndt>rhlJ(, going; w'hgre -J. tI1. (1) ,

v flesh, according jo-1 be story., king\ went/ The- ;'were ftuzon. and.

"''tanrnnts Jdfcy Into the possessing stewpans more-of .. In 1124) hence a !special to Unit..deputation'thorn togeth! fl ...... ..................

than .scruple..-Chicago '*vasr for. the first time aenf?,OD

: &x'J'A ,in the couptry., of whom dd\! 5'S. : DO YOU KNOW I

tJ BfIAL1.. NiliblICN:.v ve as neveif .was before. (belng'/tu;/ .
<4\(! they did, mllllod would vote .Jlttl w.hlle altogether "orty-fput I That how is the time to build that home business house fjz
;K4w Life Mils the trod remedy :: ." >!, you have been considering? The present business depression ;g;
'For> banltblog dulL faiged, feeW .Is.. administration" Jus e haa reduced the price of lumber and building materials; labor t$?

:'ache, constipation, dispelling .vlKoroiii royal authority gained for: I. eu. is cheap and plentiful, and you can build now for 25'to 50 percent g&
by less than id, i
;:Ink appetite tonlncr upf ttta-py! ..tltle'Of rtbe llpn. of lusth!: a",'jtad", .

l;9 tra. K.nnequaled.McG achy'Easy.!:;' ,: safe, the In"blll way grandson's for the permanent reignThese5 Insti ; < : JUNE, 1907? OR ;JUNE, ;:1908.. I

...1|*i. ... IDK judgeswerecalled justice .o 1I Upl
( C.i'A. Arl ti ,. A-f!' e.,* fbvihneref !on journey When you think of lumber oribulldlng material, think of us A.
believe and the fact that we have completed modern up-to-date millwork ]jp
lost persons bend, the Justlclnr.; Is still seen
\ everything made of wood in &
mill, and can fnrni used
.,>er es for children may; ) .Jlth: /the lord.chief Justice. ,'If. '
:.E a building from sills to comb: and 'that..we can
faction or amendmentiafely_ nry !fl. In 1173 fixed these circuits' e
In' the hands of the six.-tthe borne midland, eastern .. DO IT QUICK. $

'.'youngster without northeastern and northern. $
J baa..morals,or. bla' English.. ", correspon!! joughlly with; those u Sash Mouldings Framing BankS .
,:mra some.wh6fhlnJt'bther\", : ap -sUH'exIsr: >ydbtlltdtdurd: .') <::1.J Doors Casings Flooring' Drug"Blinds >$
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'.l bd _( S Base' Ceiling Store .
V Finish Fixtures.
1.Itt1e.A1So4t', 1,lDoth..r.-ba; The Real Mpot. .. .
tjte"chtld'fd'say... "' '1me to a roylewof the .ullhon \ guard a{. estimates cheerfully furnished.. Freight paid to your station t f
whIcb 'tbe birdIe! with "Ji: l .
; Tnlle'rles shortly/ before rtVaterloo if desired
)l gar'ea'J; gd"'cbltd'announced! : 'fof! Jl?rue tijtiej/l ttawt jrornplete JJ.t
4 coeantlo recJte,ltjo;, "l' ; ex.. MAR1ANNA MANUFACTURING CO.
; ":dell..; and'>6atJdW vMls rdlnftry"'betn&t.nls'& { fac*If*'!: of, a t -
Ho' the birdie wlth.'a ,his overhangIng. but .
pale Jaws lyiARIA.INlSX, FfLA.
Asked Alice's mother. whet! so- muc:;bas 1'bad heard. Ills hair ,-- .
,,girl returued froj>pjhogi.( 4" r bort.... ntf .tlflti' 'k. dusky brown. He : LONG DIBTANCB PH'Orc &2. :
a rj "fiIhe says it Is. quite a pretty ,
jut thin Is the way she 1rall*'7iIM, stood or folded with' before his hands him kftlfc and.\ -g. ........................e

fn now mammal of-... ,
a t
: : pr.four tWgfft/9} sprout : -
blrii.u .01io'w Eiir
t [ brown bor. Once he looked at
upped Jc act tuporx ba btntngr,th. wlQdow ev; < and gllj said.. watch."which, \iyt the way. mid :' tA. 0> The, New York Wor'ld.Thrlce.a.week DR. R. E. TILLER

'left gotaebamed;. you aJeII face nd'it,, think:; 'a" brown hnir enCO 'Sedition.a DENTAL SURGEON,
"'"But That was not the; way .,Uke. !an. Englisb. QD!,". -Ills' teeth .
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r:field It,, Alice" the mother ; regular, but not cleanl He 'The Tbrlco-a week World hopes to be Chipley... .- Florida
trated. odl"8>) In 1908 better than It has "ever
@'Not>> toamma; 1 know., put (n some sort agreeably* lie Office over First Nat' Bank.
been before and it ha made Its arrangements
&: :
.. tted n'tgooi; ang l811."r .4bQut hlnj-not knittIng. but Its
service cov
accordingly. news
;'' .7 op-'shamed ou ale., /'bls eyebPows. As the front of
....... ?? .. era the entire globe and lt reports every
jtIifo: ... : .:. '' re'gl'meDf TiaSewj: he putup'' the!\ .. promptly.and accurately. It COOK'&McRAE: .
-?i- --"-* ? thing fully
r'-: '' t-hhMq.k; ; ,; ugel"r'b1s.,1"im:1cJ-qulkt7'to. : : ( Is the only paper not a dally, which Is aa Attorney at ')..w. ..
hat to saiufex.but did'not. his .
,. JUngtalled. .. : move .
.lD ODkeya. : 'as dally'and which will keep you
.tfj" Ilood a
.- bat ne Jiad 1rnJj..fI'e dl1tt ; .. ..
.;inoiif'the: moat valuable, ( as completely Informed of what Is happening Fbt "-tie. S k. .
lpeaktngottlii 4 < emdli"'aDl 'uce.--1<>oa>.""Recollections-ot! a throughout world. -
i ;. Life" by Lord Orougnton;l ,. Careful: attention *lT a aU matter entraittomvcare.
4itantfa"CIIFbtJD.II.Q'1At e8trigway w, tt.-.. ..', f;:....,... f,+. : .' '." The Tbrlce-a week World la fair: In Its Collection made. ,
spill! in .t\vq'lnd..l1! ; ,: You the t.rut.hfiom
political reports. ,
: .Probably the-T:',. 'U A tlWUt for rup aJbl. time and fire-teUed In
wllh a piece of wood,running : Jon T a.Re '
ignorance 'Is Ipexcusittlet"'ez, Its columns, whether yon are .uranc*com panlea. ,- "
Unplaced lengthwise tbrodgb Aunt\ Oypntiflr.JMy nephew, ', .. ,'--, publican or Democrat, and that. Is. what. ...
..the two halves ot which :
toijejherby"wlrea J ''Then a has liNn. 'g W" to college !> you want. -
: A special feature..of the Tbrlce-a-weck JONES
.tWtiJargeiejiougb* fer, .th4: three ..r ara. nod when! : J l asked, World has always been Its Serial fiction CURTIS L:. .
I 'he knew .. ..
this morning '
to The. .
pew -
enter. monkey "
.. Itpublls&es novels bv the best authors'ln -
abotjrll6"nu/f 'SureI
ttng\i. tit'fronrhla"jreei) : : said: Notary Public State at Large.V *
.. the world novea wblcn In book form sell -f.'
itr.. '
.1&'a bl."t good, 41
f'Faoks It'over, sees the ; for $1.60 apiece and Its high standard In
ells; &.the .'Inside 'He" I "!-1;- }bICagO, rune. <""' i .'_ this will be maintained in the future All business. entrusted to ':''< \
ot Ananas.Igniting bla,. : i, -' --:.. :' .. .:.....:--:.... ... : respect _
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In the
as past.The
5' "Out Dttd W iw." will have '*
grasps It."bat .the' wood of < Thrlce-a-week World's regular my care my prompt' -
.. ttrOat ;coming out-; Then the r m fjouiLave.-written'> thU.sen- I ." : s ( '
Is only 1.00 reasonable
sjjipeluv Had''the"lnoukey': : 'X' : 'Thepen'* :.:Is!. mightier than::- ..tb. .' < .... :lrY. I subscription"price and this pays for -150 papers per We,year offer attention.l'Fees ,..... -
".'. !t Baf"l1e.CaftDe lIttJb' } ,addi'lf> nia tJe'Orrecl.Uow PoatJGfi '
L ,... this unequalled newspaper and The Ban Can be found at Ce;. "
tIHt'cocoanut-onthisC:; paw,''find ,b(. (Changed2"; ,,. ,."/.f H; .. I. : I together for one*year for $1.68. The '.

. I. ;.xMIt ,let e'of'that, ,..()... eis: :, 'ought td. tw.' { Trfnubey. : ." J, i,,' t regular subscription, price of the twoS pa Florida
Wausau :
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t r; r(H tl ,'c'.1' ] Town Topics.This ITf' The population Population of of Florida.Florida is ] Personal. IT r t "

u '751,139 an increase of 222,597,

f', is the hunting'season.Get -. ", or 42.1 per cent, over the popula S. E. McGeachy spent Friday HINTS TO FARMERS;

your gun.Are'you "" tion of 1900, according to the figures at Vern n. i ?,.

trying to keep your given out last Friday from T. :J. Wilcox, of Wausau, was .,;

premises in good condi the census bureau. in town I .
sanitary Thursday.' '
The population of. Washington Now la the time that you realize t.
tion. '" I
10,154in G. W. Watts spent Friday at
county 16,403, against on :your Reason's work. '
There seems to be quite a lot 1900, which is a gain of 6,249, the County Capital. .

of horsetrading going on now or 60.51 per cent. S. A.. Alford spent several daysat As you sell your cotton, grain, ';1 '

./ days.We I! Pensacola last week. stock, or other produce. place : ", (
,. regret to note the illness of WuJtYoa? Coleman
Dr. several money account with.
F" spent your on open l'
Mrs. W. R. Milton, but she j ,- -
: Somebody at Vernon I
voted to ruin my boy days last week. I ,
: reliable bank. ;
.:' will soon recover. Was that somebody you" I _** rI '
Somebody helped his pure Jill to destroy, J. F. Cutcbins was down from v ','
t. ,AH the attorneys ot the local Was that somebody you? Aycock and spent Saturday. Pay all your bills by check, ;'
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: bar spent Thursday, Friday and Somebody argued In favor of wrong, which makes the best kind of a* _
M R Warren of DeFuniak '
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4' Saturday, at Vernon. Was that somebody yon? .'.
Somebody hashed In my life a sweet sons: was a visitor here Thursday. receipt, and avoid the worry and "u !
The fair is the election
Was that somebody ? 4. I
you Uncle Alex Matbias, of ,Oak danger attending the carryingof
is ,over, and Thanksgiving is, ,
throttle .. ,
Somebody voted to the right' 'i. I'
next, but this old world wags Was that somebody you? Hill spent'Saturday in town.- large sums of money. '.

along just about as usual. Somebody turned all my day Into night, J. H. Worley" of Jackson county .
Was that somebody you? Our offices are always at the
The wife of Buck Hays, living wasin% town on business Fri- .,/i i
Somebody licensed another to sell
of and
disposal customers
one mile south of town..died last Was that somebody you? day.E. our

,.' Tuesday after just a short ,ill That which could turn Paradise Into hell N. Dekle spent a day at country friends. '
Was that somebody ?
.. ness. We extend sympathy. -you Tha Citizen.In Pensacola last week seeing the'

r The jury in the Whiddon case .. :fair.T.

,;'" tried at Vernon last week, failed Memorium. L. Wells and wife visited The First National BankOF I

',-Ito, agree, consequently the aims Whereas with friends at:y Pensacola .last
.. God in'his kind prov-
of justice was defeated by a mis- Week. CHIPLEY.
idence has seen fit to take from ,

.' ,, ,:. trial. this life, our schoolmate, Carlton "S. D, Philips, of Athens, Ga., ; .I

_. Miller's Ferry and Vernon Hall, brother of our fellow mem- was a business visitor..'. in townFrida"y.

.. precincts swung back into the bers, Julia and Vivian Hall, '

,democratic columns'last Tues-
Attorney Emmett Wilson,
day to the discomforture of the ofj i
it resolved by the membersof Pensacola, visited ,relatives
Populist.We the Excelsior Society "
t- Literary Monday. 11
of the Chipley High School
are requested to announce ,
Attorney W. H. Price, of Ma-
that the next meeting of the W. that we, in some way, to expressto Dunn-Coleman Co.
rianna in '
; was town Saturdayevening.
C. T. U. will be held on Tuesday the,bereaved ones, bow sorrywe

,. Nov. 29th. All members will! are that they have been called : "f V r:, ", INCORPORATED.

., take notice of the change of date. upon to suffer,and express the R. Scarlett :left, Thursday Capital Stock $..,000.

hope that God will soon bring up for a trip to points east, talking .
.. \' The Farmer's Union Ware- their aching hearts giving them 'insurance. Successors'to Dunn Hdw. Co
: house at Cottondale was dest'royed I'"
,:: by fire: Saturday morning. A the faith and hope that they may Dr.Grace was called to Vernon -
some day see their brother again
lot Of cotton stored in it was also as a witness in .the Whiddon. Hardware is our "long'suit.!' ,
in a,brighter and better world
burned. We understand there Be it further resolved, that a ,case Friday. We are the first people to regulate the pnce on '

was no insurance.We copy of these resolutions be fur- Deputy U. S. Marshal G. W. Hardware, Wire.Fencing, etc. .. V

had intended publishingthe nished the family ot,our bereaved Hudson spent two days at Vernon We are headquarters for:

election retuns this week, members'that a copy be furnished last week.J. BUGGIES and WAGONS.. /:'

.y giving the detailed, vote by precincts -, the local paper for publication J. Cox, one of, Wausau's COFFINS and CASKETS. ; .

but we have, ..had a rush of i and'a copy be !spread: upon prosperous merchants, was in

other, work, which prevented us ,the minutes of our society. town Thursday. SEWING. MACHINES, WASHING MACHINES' '

from.having time to get the type LOTTIE ALFOKD, SHELF HARDWARE.
Clerk W. C. Lockeyr
set up. However, the full Democratic ; PASCBALL ROOKS, up HARNESS, SADDLES, BRIDLES.
from'Vernon: and spent Sunday
ticket was elected by Committee. with'his .- BUILDERS MATERIAL A SPECIALTY.
'1 parents.B.
most flattering majorities. .
E. Whiddon of Falco Ala.
The next important event in W. C. T. U. Meeting. CUTLERY and AMMUNITION.: !,
was in town a day or two the
Florida is
the senatorial
primaryto The regular meeting, of the W. first of the week. PAINTS OIL and VARNISH. I
be held in -
January. All three C. T. U. occurred Tuesday af- We are'also dealers lo Live Stock.
V "of the declared candidates are Mrs. A. A. Fryer, ot Norman ,

good men. Only one can win. presided ternoon. and Mrs.quite A. "Campbell an interest- Park, Ga.;is here visiting A. :J. We solicit-yourlbusiness and guarantee satisfaction.

Add the people of West Florida Fryer'and family., .
ing program was carried out; Dtittti-Coleman Go.
hope that one will be William A. among the numbers, of which J.: D. Campbell was called to

Blount, of, Pensacola. In ability I was a reading by Mrs. O. L. Vernon Friday as a witness in A. G. McQUAGGE
he is far ahead of the other two the Whiddon
Daniel and one' by Miss Crim case.
General Manager.
I Mrs. Campbell also read a poem Walter Williams was down

vigorous growth and "Was It You" which was especially :- from Graceville and spent a few !j

'progress of the county is reflected appropriate: hours here Thursday. .

by the records of population,1 As there was important busi- 0
Mrs. D. Bodiford of
,and harvests, and the generalconditions ness to be transacted, the re Excel, l y
of international peace' 'I! mainder'of the meeting was de- Ala., is here visiting her daughter -
I Mrs. H. T. Jones. ;
are things for which thanksgiving voted, at the'close of Horses & Mules. .

is especially due for( : the year f I, which the Union sang the temperance Walter Harvey was one of the
1910, according to the annual doxology and was dis- visitors 'at the County .

Thanksgiving proclamation issued missed with a short prayer by Thursday and Friday Capital, 'Ju t Received;;

by President Taft. Mrs. Josie Daniel, C. 'F. Mizell, ot Enterprise, I e.N..M..M.. ........ .
We teach children grammar.I A great many seem to be un- Ala.,, was'shakin2' hands with I

that,,they'may know how to speak der the impression that the defeat friends here Thursday. Our Hobby We insist that every transaction made'
of the with us must be satisfactory. We fully .
correctly; arithmetic: that they amendment on Nov. appreciate that a
know bow to calculate 8th would mean the death of the Walter Cook made a pleasure satisfied customer is a living, moving advertisement and: alt r

t V may ; but more important than correctly .'W. C. T. U. This however is a (?) trip to Vernon Thursday, returning positive'necessity to.any successful business. '

mistake. Friday evening.. Chum tsoo our Stock
very great While the
either is a knowledge of the laws
of life and health thatthey may W. C. T. U. has done all it couldin Dr.-R. E.,Tiller and wife were '
know how to avoid disease, and favor of the amendment, yet the guest of the Dr.'s brother at Co.

.. 'eat, drink sleep, bathe,' breathe: this was not its whole aim as Pensacola a few days last week. J_ c .

in.short live 'This'knowledge the W./C. T. U. has'!been in existence .
correctly. T. B D, Gainer, of Southport, '-
does for many years, and has enroute, from Vernon to his J. R. McGeach /'
not come by instinct night has jnst :
spent Friday{ in town, en : received
a work of its own: .The meetings home at Marianna. fine
; more than a knowledge of route,to his home, from Vernon.W. a lot'of custom made
grammar, does. I will be held regularly every Mrs. Will Pratt and children suite which it/tw ('pay you to fee
.. I I two weeks and every lady is especially L. Hill, of Gainesville, 'One'of When' in town ,-
How comforting to feel after returned trom Pensacola Sun They arts dirt|
: urged to be the.special agents for the U.'
present. too
cheap, ,
day. They had the week
election that have'not spent
.an you i S. land office was iu town Satur-
".done,,said, or"written'.; anything I there,seeing the fair and visiting WtatH.=:Young or middle aatd
I Read the half page ad of ED a is day.C. friends.
that you regret. If you kept white woman tot ,
& Coleman, the furniture"'men! B. Dunn returned Saturday .. house
3- t. your'temper! and voted for the keeping,tor small family.
'' If you want furniture it will be morning from Pensacola where '
... you saw it, great is Whenyour sewing machine is healthy location. State rife
a .:: to your interest to see them be- he bad spent a few days pleasantly
your reward, even 'though the balks, just put it on your wagon and salary expected. Addreii
I fore making purchases elsewhere ,I I and bring it to J. R. ...,
[cause you espoused met defeat.! ,McGeachy. Box No. 157t Falfb Ala,

The true citizen votes and votes All things come to him who A., F. Rooks and J. A. Sharp i t'!He can fix it foryou in a jiffy.Don't .
gaIn, regardless of the results| waits, but here's the thing that's attended the Masonic convention).' We call your special attention
[W, elections... With a clear con-' slicker-the at Ponce de Leon Friday aid I' forget that J. R. McGea to one car of Page WO'YeA'wre
ience he can do bis duty andt man who goes for chy has a full line of shoes of all fence. We guarantee it

and labor on, 'The. eternal what he wants will get it all the Saturday.) I" .I I description tor everybody, and it the best wire fence on the to mar-be _
re will quicker, if its from'T. L. Wells State Solicit ,
years bring success C. L. Wilson will pay you to see him before ket, being made from
cause of right. i Ie.Bro. spent Saturday night in town, {j buying. ateel.:Dunn Hardware Co.spring .



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