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The Chipley banner
Place of Publication:
Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
November 24, 1910


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
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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Following fs the program f6r Laura Mae Pender and Nat. The following)is the W.,C., 'T.. to attend the West Florida Business

(he LHeratry Society. of the Chip- Wa hlngton. LI. program for Npv. 29t, ;< ,. College- Marianna, FJa., Experienced
: ; Vocal Duet, by.Mlss Lottie Al- Teachers, thorough I
; ley Hi&h School, Friday afte rternoon Temperancedoxology.j;
ford and Pauline Williams. work, first class advanta
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I. K B. CALLA WAY, Agent. 2.5t 1f' ...J. t Instrumental Solo, by Miss Scripture-. reading by prest- J. R. McGeacby has just received
... '1..hanksliying ""aht'pt"eueci'to.lel" ''Jhetpeopf done what she could
Chipiey-v.!!* >and.. vicinity-v---. *-*.that.- *I 'have:..-. *pur-. *. ,. Responsive'Reading; by allr Adjournment. Hymn audience. ; from which. anyone can be fitted
Historyof Thanksgiving-day, All are cordially invited. by and suit
chased the insurance business of Buell at prices to your pocket
Cook: .j s by Dallas Bass. ( .u Reading by ,Mrs, Occie Paniel. book. Call and see us before
jt 1 represent'only.-the Very 'best, coinl Recitation'," 'by/ --Miss Gussie For Sale.-A 7 room bungalo Why every towa.needsa, W. C.' .buying.DR..
panics-those time tried and fire testied. Farrior. with plenty porch room-mod T. U., prepared and read by Mrs.
I( are. not 'insured, I would be in All cash .
you ern every respect. Josie Daniels. .
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i.lad"wlite The value of you insurance aS licy. cannot befated. Nellie*WilHams.t) *. 11- .. or part cash and balance easy. Duet, by Mrs. Jones aqd ,MissDannie '> T. G. YATES;"
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Ask a man who owns''S>'policy "R' cit tion, by Miss Myrtis For particulars{ write Box 67, Grim. > _. ., \ With TWENTY: YEAR
ill he will sell it! The savings ot a L/angston.. : Chipiey, Fla. Reason tor selling Business, Roll calt,.readjng--, of EXPERIENCE as an '. .

life-time may be wiped out. in a few Essay on Thanksgiving, by going west. minutes, etc; .' ', ,> '
minutes. Not so, if you'are insured.M M I Singing, ."1 am thine, O,, Lord. EYE SPECIALIST,
Therefore: would ad vise' you to Miss Nella W.e1 s. -. .Good people, do not buy your WILL BH AT
Instrumental Trio Misses fence until the Dismissed by temperan e.bep-
.place your insurance.with .lDe. by you investigate I Dr. Wilson's Office.
Vivian arid Uticy Daniel and< Lu- Dunn Coleman Co. line. They 'ediction. < .
cile Collins. have it and the first to .. IIS CHIPLBY.
B. Callaway people 'I From ELEVEN to SIX 0'" -ck
IF. Debate.-Subject-Resolved 'give you the lowest possible Everybody goes.toi J. RJ Mc- First Tuesday In Each Month.
: Insurance Agent. that' the death' penalty //or crime price, They honestly deserve Geachy's to get, shoes.; They
should -abolished... Affirmative your business and you should wouldn't do this,. if, they didn't \1r Examinations n8 FREE.
My Pensacola office Is Room No 410
jl. Send in.yoursubscription.. I by Miss Bertha Daniel and give them* get just what they want. Illount Bui Id innlS

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.r' Dlr..try. giving the devil his due. Good Hews *
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M. E. Church, South.-Preaching evelet r, says

O.and Williams 3rd Sunday, 11 a. m. and 8 p. aK. Iy maligned-that he is a beau) "I write to. tell you the THE TWICE -AWEEKw}i

Sabbath /School:: 10 a. m. W. N. Sheafa, fut and seductive personage with good news that Cardui.

Superintendent. *' Thursday night subtle qualities that attract rath. has helped me so much

Young Prayer Men Meeting prayer meeting Taeadanights. than repel. He has neither and I think it is lust
Everybody cordially Invited. er worth its weight In go TIMESUNIOAND
horns hoofs nor taU writes Mrs. Maryan Marshall -

Baptist Church-Preaching; every'tn. i Well- of Woodstock Oa.

and 4th Sunday.: School 10 Rev.a. m.Colller.pastor.Wabbath F, C. IlawtSuperlnteneent. The bible does say something "I do hope and trust BANNER '
that ladies who are suffering THE :,
Prayer Meeting Wednesday nights. about appearing) as an angel !.\
I'did will
of light, but it also says he is asa as ,
Cardui for it has been a
PostoJBe Directory roaring lion going. about set God's blessing to me and BOTH ONE YEAR FOR $ .
Office hours 7:30: a.m. to 7:00 p m.; except Possibly -
Sundays. ing whom he may devour will certainly help every

Eastbound. mall closes at 10:00..m he is the sort of lion who lady who is suffering"

West-bound mall closes at 5:10 p.m. mostly "roars as gently as any i THE TWICE-A-WEEK 'TIMES-UT ION'la the Tuesday.bpd
Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 a. m.,
and leaves on arrival of the east bow sucking dove." : Thursday luuea of the Daily Tlmes-U loD.. and $p.
mall. is date devil. .jmCARDUINo
He to
Sunday hours : 11:30: m.0 13:30: p. m'., an up ; talus all the many features that go to make firt1l s I
No theologian has yet successfully -
Money Orders Issued at all hours when special faatur.
office is open except Sundays. solve the origin of evil of 3 metropolitan newspaper many

.7 P H011ELL P.M: which Satan is the personification The Woman's Tonic j which are found in no other. newspaper.'

: and, Semi-weekly Atlanta -and a bell. You may matter if you suffer ADDED FEATURES

Journal, per year$1.75. easily make the acquaintance of from headache backache

BANNER and Thrice .week New York either. n arms, shouldersand la contain the latest mar-tet r.p.gta
World, per year, ti.oa. leg Those ,ue/i/ very
Semi-weekly Tlmes-Un Somebody has said:. "Th devoted to Horticulture 4grIo plttsm
and ,
BANNER feelings, etc., or it you and a.depertcoent; ?1
Cltlien, year, 11.80. His
n and per devil is an ass. not. : '
feel tired worn \
weary, .Poultry )Cto. .
BANNER and Home and Farm, per yea seductive individual of good .
a out and generally miserable -
I1.8B/ -:- address, easily approached and -Cardui will help you A 'SAMPLE COPY of,the paper will be ant to you ..

as a courtier.He It has helped thousandsof to the publishers.
General Directory.STATE suave other weak, sfck ladles on request

/:: OFFICIALS. will be hand and glove wit Tb and if you will will give THIS PAPER is the leading weekly.newspaper

GOY'ernor'"Alber: W. Ollchrlst. you before you are aware. it a.trial you be should be visitor to-
of this section and a regular your
of State-H. Clay Crawford: only safe way is to' cut his acquaintance. thankful ever after.
Attorney GeneralPark Trammell.Com. home.

Agriculture-B. E. McLln. It is written of this sometim THE SUNDAY TIMES-U1 ION:1iiD1iV1' 1I the ,

Treasurer-Wm V. Knott. seducer that if you resist him he The Southern.r and Corn. illustrated Sunday Magazine, wj1LbQ.1'\1"'W;scan* ,
Supt. Public Inltroctlon"W: H folk will flee away from you. He The southerner feeds himself bin pip
way. may still hang around some and and his progeny upon corn lie 'slept dress for.(LSO)er year. '
cabin'upon a mattress -
In his
Comptroller C.Croom.,Shackleford, try to de.a good fellow, but if he made of the husks.. Today be ,;IF YOU WISH this .paper," Thus, Twlds>H W..k
Supreme Court-'l'hol. M. "
Chief Justice: M. H. Mabrv. Cler*. finds that you mean business he< contributes manufacture some of gun of cotton Its pith with to whit tin Times-Union and The Sunday Times-Union each for

Railroad CommUsfon-E.Hudson.' Burr' will not stand on the order of his'; to blow the enemy to Beelzebub and one year, add fl.50 to the above and send remittance

Chairman; R. C. Dunn, Clerk. going. He may make polite some more of It tothe manufacture ol ,
Judge first judicial circuit f.Emmet calls, but he will not wear out cellulose to pack behind'the armor ol today, or if you would prefer the Sunday Tlctesugtgn :

Wolfe Fensacola. his welcome.Be his country'. battleships to prevent instead of the. twioe-a-week, add 60o to!priiMi0 !bpi
Solicitor circuit-J them from sinking when projectile
first judicial
Walter State Kehoe. careful as to his make up. pierce their plates, lie. plants corn ai .

Don't look tor him in the guise of early In the' springtime as" the season' SEND YOUR ORDER TODAY TO
will permit and gets up at dawn to go ,, -
U.S. LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS. a bright red suit. Into the fields and tickle Its spreading

B. 9.Chubb, Register, Gainesville, Fla. The Prince of Darkness is not roots with a double shovel plow. Is Banner Fforida.Heres ( '
Shields Warren, Receiver,. Gainesville the sort of devil who confronted midwinter he smokes his corncob pipe Ch ley Chipiey, .
before corncob fire. Looking Into I abed
Faust or at whom Martin Luther '
of glowing'embers through a blue I. .- .
WASHINGTON COUNTY OFFICERS threw his inkstand nor is he haze of the smoke of Incense burnedto

Circuit Clerk-W. C. Lockey: Vernon. leering reprobate such as Don Mondamln returns thanks foi ; .. ,
,I County Judge--J.R. Wells,Vernon. the cornmeal In the cupboard and :;. .
Sheriff O. G. Allen Chlpley. painted. dreams happily of. the "ros'n ear"* ol
Treasurer-H. B.Tiller, Vernon. Milton came nearer to the rigb the golden summer to come. His appreciation Good Slogan fora
Tax: Assssaor-J.J. William, Chlpley. portraiture a fallen angel, cunning of the value of Indian corn a i
Tax:Collector-W. B.Gainer Kcontna!: III high. His affection for It In Its various -
'Supt. Public Instruction-B.F Gainer, powerful, enticing. forms Is abiding.-Louisville Con Busine ;
Wausan. Shakespeare said he was a gen tier-Journal. Bigger and Better ,

Supervisor of Be.rlltoratloD'.J, W, .
is-in appear- -
He often
Gainer,Econflna. men. he No After .........11........"... its.
But it < \
Carmichael ance. depend upon -
f'olleltorA. D.
County They were telling fish stories, and
.Chlpley. never get above his business. | at last the tall, .lank man on the crack DON'T BLOCK THE WAY! \

County Surveyor-Thos. Collins, Cary And he makes, and leaves, his er barrel said: ,- -0. ..r

vllle, Fla.County.. work in whatever social scircli "I went down to the river this mornIng Move as fast as'the procession move'out. Take the ::
Commissioners: and, although the water was high
J. Simmons,Chairman, Vernon he Is..invited. almost to 'a flood,' I took a ten foot pace of the company you: are in or make way for the"man' '

S. W. Bush Chlpley.B. On the whole, the descriptioi pike" behind. ::

F. Evans, Vernon.J. ot the Iowa preacher correspond: "Stop therel" exclaimed fat man 'f
H. Porter Mif vIller with the corncob pipe. "Tell us roc '
J. T. High tower, Vernon .. with the writer's own more or took an eight pound trout and I'lllit Don't stand in the way of'new ideas. Don't'pause: in the : '
less acquaintanceship with his Idly by, but. ten foot pike-never .
School Board: Anaulas died for less than that." path of better system.. Don't. settle down on the ladder of r
GVB. Bash;Chairman, Orange Hilt satanic majesty. How is it with]
S. J. Gainer. St.'Andrew.W. ? "I took a ten foot pike pole," con success. Pop't! be-a'barnacle on,the ship of pregre&s.Change .
you tinned the unruffled talllank nvan on
F. Ross,Vernon., .. The really;important thing to the cracker barrel. "and In lees than .-" '

CHIPLEY CITY OFFICIALS.. keep; in'.mind respecting the devil ave minutes- I hook -1 out a fifteen foolbass" means progress. Progress means adYancefaftJt> I
Mayor J. T. Brltt. I is that, though he wears no tai "Sea berel See beret! yelled the .

Marshal. -W.D. Peters. and carries no pitchforks, he man who owned the grocery. "You'll, Advancement means movement. MOVE! ,
Clerk and Treasurer-W.-W. Cook.. "ketch have to go way from here to finish
Council-A. D. Carmichael chairman,, may you -
that lie. I hain't got no llghtnln'-
C. B.Dunn J. B.'McGeachy, O.E.Tbarp Ift on this store ylt." DON'T BLOCK THE WAY ,;

W O. Butler! Jr. ,"2 hooked out a fifteen foot basswood -
.-- log," persisted the tall, lank man, .
watch "and think I I kin want git',to for ask It." how much you . . . . . ,

The BannerChipley out.

; A Bo) and a Thousand Dollar : Neat PrintingI
A New' York judge gave bis son

8 A VI8: AN IOWA MAB'Z:' LI KB. $1,000{ telling him to go to college *pdgraduate.
Fla. The son returned at the end : Creates a good impression
:The very grave.eemed to yawn before of freshman year without a dollar and l
Bobert liadaen of West Burlington Iowa,
with several ugly hablts.i)) At the close correspondents
"irhea after ecrea weeks In the hospital,four among your
the of of thevacation the Judge told his son
Shads for UpbuUdlnr .
>f the beet pbysiolaiie cave; hm| up. Then he bad -done all her could for him.
that bus.
L iaarveloue curative and 'helps' to give
was shown be( power It: he bad wasted the money that was your
Chipley, Xtoctrlo Bitters.. For, after debt month)
him be
to: have taken through college
of frightful suffering from liver trouble ant might as well leave home and make his a iness prestige.
Washington County.I allow jaundioe, getting no help from other own way In the world. It was a rudeawakenlng..fortheyouDg
remedied doctor, Ave bottles of this woi -
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but be
leiful medleina completely cured him. It, We do Neat Printing ., ,
knew that his father was right. And so
2Snd Florida; for stomach,layer, 01Udney 1i' J-
:' .: positively guaranteed strong- was the good Influence of ba Frices.i
trouble and never disappoints.. On upright father that be did leave hometo at Reasonable
vfj IJ'goo at 8. E.UoGeacbys. go to work In 'downright earnest.

1'' 'Subscription, $1 I Per' Year.Fr J3a went back toNwllege, made his way i Banner Job Office. '\
through, graduated at the bead of bjs _
have tolie class,' studied law, became governor.ofthe' . . . .
Uncle Joe Cannon
ft:.:; ..,.* state of New York,entered the cabinet
:,. We make a Specialty of good now with Champ Clark of the president of the UnitedItates :
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'f'J -' : in the speakers chair and. a'' denvcratic and made a record for himself Patronize Those Who .
Neat that,the country will not willingly let *<
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WUllam EL SewardL \
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'PrI'tlng WILL BEAUTY. ( ta.
Commercial Eight or ten new Democratic .w ,
Women desiring beauty get wonderful '
f:' Senators in lump, that is going' help from Buck len's'Arnica Salve.. It ban- ; -+:t'

tome. hespfmpleaakin eruptions acre.boUs.U THE BANNER. ,
makes the skin soft and.velvetyv It glo-
: : racked lips,chapped hanas. Best for burn Bt.J[

.' w' .. : Nearly.all the big -states .elected --. .icaldf, fever lores;outs,bruises aDd plies. Fair date: Oct. 26th 27jth, 2 .

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,., : : O'Shea ot the Uni- but rather to the work be is at : < Tin wuiw mi AND ACCIDENTXu.smira.nce ) i iI

Y!. EI'/ty/ of Wisconsin, boldly de- present doing in Congress. I

.f.f1{ 's the use of slang. lIe says ... I. .

rta its use; it is a language In a .lit;le Missouri town, in .We will'send the Banner free"for Compv.DY, '"

,, .bail 'er; that what is slang, today the present campaign a Republican the.JerjjBof this school toj.., I ,. ...".... -, -orMarianha -" 8

.:m: Y become perfectly good En- cand1112tfefor l 1 !ongie'ss; =V I fs1 i";; .:- Florida. : ;. ;

itJ ih five years hence. One con- was addressing an audlelice -on To Ev6VyWhite 'Teacher .8

{ temporary; endorses the O'SJiea the hustings. He. paid a high i, :.* I Invites your; attention i to Us New Line Policies a* embodying the maximum !

Y ew'and adds that slang is farr compliment to the Taft adminis- In Washington County I of practical protection: at the lowest. practical price. A remarkably <:3

better than profanity; that people tration and then, in spread eagle cheap contract', but safe ,an
; who use slang.are rarely vulgar !- fashion declared: ? .. Who-will send us, the.: news "of I W. H. MILTON, President. tDirectors'
..;:;'. and profane. They find In And, gentfemen' 'of' this1 'ttb'rheing ', -. i J> EX'Oammon John MUton, Jf.t W" HWatenD. N. A.. BalUoll. O'
their each week J.E., Brook. J. M. Dillon H< H.'Lewie' toba Milton. III. Qococccccccoccocccooooeeecccoocccocobeccccocccccocc
community or
: :,? the. odd and unusual expressions: little town, I want to assure > *&

.; the outlet they need for enthusiasm -. you that. if.Iatn, honored by, your every:two weeks at least. -.. --:-"- .. -
.:j ; or other emotions,. says a votes .and 'an\sent-fforn; hisjf district ----
Correspondents. may write on ftt 1 is want have it. Write
..y :, : Georgia newspaper. to the nails of Congress torepresent If Machinery: ,you we :
; : 'us for catalogue, prices.and terms.
;, \ ;Chaucer and Shakespeare were' vou honest, clean- any subject:: of general interest.

,: :'users: .. of what. was slang. & in their handed, God-fearing people, thebe'st Our only request i is that tbey- re- MALSBY: COMPANY

:, !11'i; (\ .day, maintain the modern slang people that the sun ..shines ''
, i;;.-:';'advocates It is'pointed out that upon; I will carry out the policies frain1 from'using the. name of any 41 South,Forsyih, SI.;. ATLANTA, GA.

J" }f/ ::'language is merely a vehicle of ot the presentadministration"! -,::: .person in< a way calculated- to give ,We seU. the following well-known, goods:
Hench & Dromgold. Geiser "Peerless and Smith Myers &:
thought and Theft jumped in" the '
1t. : that whatever words up a man anA "Peerless and
: "' Mills In all sizes capacities: ; Erie City, Geiser Amerlcan'j
l'{,convey the thought correctly ,are rear of the ball, who shouted: offense. Stanwood &: Gamble Engines and Boilers in all sizes; Cballoner, .
: not only permissible but right Don't-take tIle..trou 1, 4tou.: carry : It' ..' Shingle Machinery; Band S:iws.. Edgers, 'Grist Mills,'"Peerless"
:'. } 'em .()utf; thloiv'themout' ." "" Planers, Steam Feeds,and various other Machinery; Repairs and Mill Supplies.
:c.ff;< .:whether anybody ever used them .. Let/'us Hear We can furnish ryou the best Machinery, on the. market and at the same .
"" "" f We have no branch house.
: ;. before or not. time save you money. .(
,'j' When a cold beoonic settled in the system -
l"r I.;;4 jThese points may be well I. taken It'\y1lI take. several dal'.' treatment 16 From You.

/ <;. but we' are. not inclined to cure It, and the beet remedy to use i8 Cham
; loerl 1n' coufberacdt'. It wIllctireViuLok-! .
the bums of
; aloe Bowery t New
.' er tbuii'ftnyotbr'Illld Ipave 1 :the j.teal H u
.:If. :York credit for purifying andelevating DHtural and healthy ,condition: Soldiby! Wewant the News

.;jt;;! our language. To City: Drug Store and 8, 1 1. JMf(leaehy.--- NOW IS THE TIME

". adopt slang is the course of 'Jeast -.- .-......- I
.'";". resistance in speaking and writ- Taking the HInt. 6O YEARS',

.Jff. Jng and whether this is the best At home stations:: the'prlV(11lf atrldlorn! EXPERIENCE,
: washing! tlsuatlyfdo! ,w rrled" .1.
l1t method not of considerable : t .
t- or permits 801 lertl'vhocliJ, who ate: (',XPl 'discussion' before' it shall ed to sew on 'h1I 1>i3fdf'batfollt"nild-dg ; .

:-Jjfr: '!accepted.. repairs for which a small tiuiii U de, ..
'fWt ducted tram the private's PI1 ".
_. .r !' ., n'76" ... Pat. McOlnnla had a. good. -dolly of TRADE MARKS .
:3T Croup II most prevalent during l!; the dry trouble' with hIs Illun rel'llJ.' Sumjayafter ( DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS I The best opportunities-are.: often
.4 ,;,oldweather ot the- early winter months. Sunday had hU shirt court liek' Ac.Anyone :
ceiKllnff!! a sk.teh.nd d. rlJ>tlon may -
r .-' Parentso:'youog children should be prepared \\-ltli; the neck button .off -or elva): 1'"' 'iS- 'qnloklr. aeertAlu our oplfilcra free whether *u owis -M '
:: thread. lIe had spoken to heron Invention la probably palentable. Comnmnloa.tlonsiiwIctlroanHdeutlal : the best time
it9y 7 for it. All that la needed is ft bottle of Lug by a ,HANDBOOK on Patent .neglected. '
j *c>.!CbamberI Ir.1 bough remedy Many moth- the subject. and she. ''iiad promised' Sent Patent tree Oldest taken, Honor tbrou8hMums' tor.eourlnffpatent Co. .....*.y.. ; .
era arejnever without It in tbelr homes and ta see to It, but still the button was ,.ptrioj notice,without charge, la Jo. .. .
advertise '
n" It never disappoints them. ''Iold; by City not on properly. Srieti Jlmcricam. to -
"' He got out of patience one Sunday
: ; )rag Store and I B, ,E. McOeachy. ,
when ffiA__ tnlflMino______. button.had..made llllll Ah.ndedmelynln.tralodweekly.! Largestelrt, .- L "
." late for parade# and. exclaimed: :. .. cnntuon or anj fcientina Bold! io.rnal.'IIIII1..d.'A-erina..*_a (;2 II you.. have. ,something, "to) .sell. ; .. n .
: '"Pother the woman! I'll .IIce .11 \ muNN&co3Bi<< ***-New Ynrk! '
i' "i' Health Insurance. can't give her a.'hint; this time, ..,.any- ;8t*Washington,D.C. you' want .. to buy something; .or. if

; i In one of the old-time drought DOw" :_ : J '
tin '
lIe then took -the lid of a blocking (
'''SiP. years, from which Kansas used box about three' Inches, In diameter ,For Over Fifty 'Years.Mre.Wtnrlow. 'YOU have' bargain, KOW is the

: : to suffer;Aunt Tina, an admirable ; drilled two holes In-It with a fork :
"J. ":.- old lady of Teutonic extract, and sewed It on to the nock of the Ha. been used for over'FIFTY o thltijr YEARS cutup by MILLIONS best time to male it known.:' "' ,
shirt that was next to be washed -of MOTHERS for their CHILDREN
.;:" kept writing back East, com back he WHILE TEETHING with PERFECT SUCCESS .
';: When his washing came It SOOTHES the.CHILD SOFTENS :
.J ?: plaining that the ,drought and found made she had buttonhole taken the to .fit hint.It!-Lou She the COLIC GUMS, and, ALLAYS la the bent remedy PAIN for CURES DIARRHEA WIND Do 'tfail to s e.ns about your
had a
Sold DrugririBt In of Be,
grasshoppers had driven them to by every part the world.
'j", don Answers. tare and-ak for"Mr..Winslow'.Soothing Syrup".
'i the verge starvation. Finally .- -. and take no other kind. 3_.a bottle.Qi Spring Advertising this week. If '

,::to some of' her kin, thinking it best Curious Village. Namvt.There ..
todo'something/ in the matter, Is In Dorset n group of villages :.....)... ...Q. ooo it is business want .
:; ., .
;:, whlcb In some form or other have as 0 C; > n .. ic..i' ;: you
\ ',,;:-.'. .packed... up a great lot of goods their eponym the stream In .whose talley l Sg' J-r v .. .
.. ', and shipped ihe mi' to her. One they..are'ttoated. The stream Is i tdI" .. 0 -!. -ii'.. ;' tr.c..t .-. =II .

'.';;'.l. '. of arrive.them with followed.the goods..ii due. time 'to the named names fuddle ot ,fuddle, and, the Illnton.village'TurnVr'S fuddtettown bejir 1'agSY''a tq! !' a' tfjI py: m e The Banner can Get .it :for You. ,> -

... Tulpuddlo. Affpuildle, I. got
14 ", \r: A'T.lna was overjoyed, and Puddle' alad Bryan's l'uddl 'One Is 'e' i 1f (S i .
: : : reminded of'tha riddle1 about 'tbi> letter 0 rt.... ... c: I &. II'I' *
':$ .assured her relative that succor *' .. **

'' 7: bad arrived just in the. nick Qr I "nu"before Some;'.' some like, Queen like Icingyllllaln.Mary, "haveIt ;,' .w.. i aQ( rfi". -s,;o: d :U J> .u.

:;t;; time. The eyes of the oilier; "have It behind. I'oor- things poor .. ;:; -.J ,e 0"r
:; :: however, rested'on' a row of six things! "The inhabitants of these villages .. : -- IF 'YOU WANT NEAT JOB-PRINTIN6 .
i.. ,' ilarcuS Dlmsdule, who .
says i
..p. .. or eight Barrels ranged along writes In the Cornhlll Magazine on .g'acyd "" .7CItaf CALL !ON
;fi the kitchen walk: "English Village. Names." "sent to a : kl ; :
: barrels Aunt former postmaster' gegcral' ( I aln, u0..o.0..e.Y.I THE BA NN ER.
::- ; t!: What's in these rightly Informed. Cecil Raikes.are' .. .
I ;;:::;.: Tina? he finally asked. quest that they might be allowed: to Ita
;71!';. Sauerikraut, answered Aunt change their named n'txJ replace them
'. more euphonious substitutes
:: with
A':'.;.' Tina. which they obligingly sui' piled. Back 7&& . .. -,

Sauer-kraut? Ob. Auntie, and. came theofficial reply curt overbearing '
.. ,.t t : rr.e : -
'toStarving Inexorable, 'F'uddleytiu ire; and
;r I thought you were starving, .
"';,S: ':- 4ealtb.' puddle' you must remain!I"' -.. ; ",., ,:\-,; .z : ; ..; ,:... :: .:" .;:. ;, :' '. .-.;' ,.'... ::1 :::1< 2.;' ':. "," \:: '
ix ..' ',.'r.,. ,.' ',, \," Z'1', 4irt4lw: ..1"',d'i.--st. S.\,\ .' ,I.
J-.: to death! Acb, 'mein On Road to Learning; ''i._ .- .. :: '" .' >',, a ..' Wb.-, .
y sobbed the.old.lady, "You 'y .know nothing'at all ,.l" !:'<""" '. ." :., ",. : :,.. If I if.j.., >':"" 1: 'tt ,' .. ,;"" '.'- -
;" .".-G ott,'child; about our say railway Q. said the official. ... ti .":.; ..,.>1"II- ..:..".,..;"'1',- .' r",. "T,:) ,;J aN''" ._ -. ,.',.,..-.-'t :?_. ,t t { .:.h .jt: ., I ,1.
of sickness. v.. l "
? in : : 'w' 'I\I'; .
; kept-dot case ;' '. 'i '
W .'''j. "Nothing whatever ''answered. -the. 5a.-5 "1P ",1"ft.. ,; ,,.f ...,. .' .... ,',. trio il!; :,.:-J -l-lI :. ,. rr I '' .
:" : 'J .
.;, :: .' ..appllcanffor employment. .. .. ... <{": .., ..'.:' ..... '. -'. > / .. '
;:: highly"recommeudt "_' ':" '" ',. ..; ,,.;,.,.,' ...., .. :: :.'. "f't-..,. ". "(I. ,' .. .,
"TVell you come I '
t. -. ..-.? .. .... l' .
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2' [: The Fickleness of Fame :;; D. V. ant"Ii: i.: ',:'-'" '
ed! I. suppose' we'll leave to: put you OU .. .,
: : .. i it is considered. at. it In the bureau of Jnformatlou ana let : : : > :' S :_ '" '

>.:.% has been en 'but }little more than .adecade the Washington,.traveling'Star.public educate ycu.'V r;;; ;:; > : : : r .' :;:j..1'.1p .: lj :

since Aguanaldo,,=the Filipino -. -i'" :". :" -
< ;
1 M. : .
? leader mentioned near- ;Probably, ") ( I. l:3ig:: Ba'rgait1s
t' was '
Myer-I wonder why Browne added ,- : :
: t I
:,;:.. ." lye ery dajron :page. of. the "e" to hid. name'after Inheriting-a :: ; / % I" .. : : ., .: t
newspaper in the land one, : fortune? Oyer n* probably figures: 1 V ; .
every .> "
v- '
rich his own .satisfaction that "'
:--...'. wonders--. at the fickleness(In this of I people are entltJ l. to more ease:than ':e ::.; :..-" ,v-/. .. : : ;; IN', 'I ," -v :. l.t. '.:" .

...;.: : lame., How. many people poor people-L'ouqon G\obe'oUany ." j":. ,. : .....
country:- know where Aguanaldo S/: : ; : : :', :
.. ; ; -;: 2 lothing" shoes iari'dl'Fiaits"GO : ; .,, .i '
: ;{ .isTnbwand what occupation1 is school dblldro.i u/rcf. flronx conatf- '; ;, =: ? ., '...:I .
: ..,.-. .', f I ,. ,. '. ..
:" the name ,.Wblch fe often the.oauna of seeming y; /1<- I '
hears '
Who patioa .
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pursuing -1: : 't
::- stupidity{ at lessons.. CharaberUln' tonf>- ; ':'J '., ; ,:.... .... ,, .. .. ., .. "I" .... ;. .'. '
; c; Admiral Dewey.. mentioned : ,'.. .. .. ,
: of ttrnOiver tablets Ideal medicine : 'J .r.
ach l are ah 'F0r; ;' --1
occasional- .. ,. ; '
'.1: pow, except that It is to give+ a child, for they are mild and gentle : *; \ '. .... 1I" J

;:::w:-,'ly in'the columns of J local Washington constipation In their effectandvrlll; told l by City ure frog<:.evert!Bt- chronic/ .re and : ,its<": ,-. ..,... . I '. ." .' .'. .,,. ... ti" .'. ._.:.r.1: : ,

:;: papers. What is General 8. K. McOeachy.( ; : : : :I
},:'. Frederick Funston doing? Of _. -- : \'. ,. Minchin .. 8..; :Co.'d: ?

.' the group-of! men that the Span- ij K rt ; ..:.(..-; : "" r i .F_ : -,,,5 ./' .;' ;: _

-"Jt;- :..ish-American; war brought suddenly F. SCARLETT' .; ..
:.. : to. :
into fame, Hero Hobson, ,'( : I' : '.'1.. )..
: .r' ,
jr S.:!of Alabama, is.the only one who Notary Public.Real . .- I ";
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':.::C,,,; keeps in the limelight and his ,_. ........:: .. -..... .\-' .. ". .' .. .. .I I t. f,. :.
{;fF., present prominence is due, not : '. Estate Handled.. :. ',., "

&to bottling up of the Spanish tl' ,.
.: 'the -Collectjons! a specialty,: J, 'J ; \
'p fleet with the sunken Merrimad, .. .
: which did not bottle, nor to his Office in First! National Bank." ,. .; r

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THE BANNER Get Yourself Ready. __ ,.r .. ----- .:

i Not long ago we overheard a
I' ,
Cblpley, Fl.; bit of true philosophy: "There I .

-- is just as much chance for folk r (

WALTER W. 10NB., BdlU.. to do well today as there ever
:, r
.Entered- at the portoffic at Chlpler....a.. u' was. Trouble is, everybody is Have seen 4

I, second claM mail ratter.j aiming at something big; they you .

: SUBSCRIPTION RATES: want to run before they can
( ....
j if I 'M
j ONV: TEAR: ,.M.OOBIX creep. I've often thought people .-

I I' '. MOUTHS! ..50 would make up their minds .. .-" i ((0 :-

j THREE MONTHS......... .. -. ,. ,
to do the little things, the simple -- t ;,. ..
:' AdrertUlnv rate lurnUhed'on application. things; close at band, taking each I The WIndow. with >= .' .' ".. :- :'

its not only they, but the -. .
in turn, .
Communication on live topic, especially ,.- ', .
: ; .- ). .',. .. .
solicited. II off
of local Interest are whole world would be better .

for Is understood THE opinions BANNER expreseed, :however will not by that correspondents be the responslbU publish"of and happier. I remember somebody'. whenI told ; '',_' :.':< '.:, Crosset : Shoes.::: : :;:; ,;: ._ = .J ;

little chap .
was a "
-- : -- -v -'-.t.? : <
\ TTK BANNER wants a live representative Inca' fairy tale of a lad who was ) : ', H / -'x -, ;"? < ': : ; .
correspondent at postpfflce :
and every trying to catch a goose and < ; ft. ., ,
makeJlben.1 ar "
; in the county and will In it? .
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with the rim parties. He followed ,, '
ranRements twelve goslings. "* ... .. ,. ,
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: .: -
THUR8DAY. ftov. a<4. i91o.raw them through swamps and quag- -.-: .. -. "

__ I mires, and whenever they would \ : ':- 'if .:see'it"* '< .- l

light he'd try to get one. If he ..note A .. -
Congress can now "fire" its .:. ,. < f -
grabbed for one-the nearest to -

Cannon. .U S him-he was pretty sure to suc- I -$3.eOto: ... .
: : &S.OO: ,
How Washington county would ceed; but if he tried to catch two ':. .. .....
blossom if everybody would as- at a time, he fell into the mire. ,
sist in makiug good roads. Finally learned to take only

L the one nearest, and so he caught .
The silence at Oyster Bay is fem all, including the goose that Dekle '

as loud as the silence of a man laid the golden egg. I've often Campbell & Co.., (
of that when I've se'en
who hits his finger instead. ,of the thought ,
nail.. people reaching ahead and pay. "

I .. jug no attention to the duties

The annual conyention of the right under their noises, or }

W. C. T. U. will convene at Tal- when I've been tempted do. it

lahassee on the 29th and continue myself. I tell you, folks that .

in session for'four days. have that sort of habit are bound

.. to fall flat, whatever they under- Tragedytist of Railroads. School af Home.. William A. Blount ,

The Mexicans seem trying to take, and they're just the kind Killed 3,804; injured 82,374, Let the Carver School teach you' by

provoke the United States, to a that are always complaining that is the casualty of the railroads mail If you, the are Art seeking of Photography.a profession that OF PENSACQLA, )

'there's no chance for anybody, in the United States dur-: Candidate For
.' scrap. In case they succeed It not overcrowded and one that is remunerative I

there will be nothing left but the these days/ It isn't true. We ing the year ended June 30 last, I respectable and pleasant UniteclSenator States: = I'

historic greasy spot. looked Tit the philosopher man according to the"Interstate Com. you are advised take up photography -

with keen, friendly eyes and a merce 'Commission, It is an increase -Let the Carver School teach *. .

mouth, the corners of which of 1,013 in the number you. "
An exchange says the Demo- If amateur photographer 1"
you'are an 1_ ___
cratic party of the nation insteadof turned up instead ot down-and killed and 18,454 in the number and make better pictures at a ;

being'jubilant over their great edged a little nearer. And-right. I injured over the previous year's lower coat, or wish to become a professional -

victory, should' feel humbled at when you happen to be, there figures. There were 5,861 col- -Let the Carver School teach

the great responsibility God has your chance is-leastways, thereis lissions, killing 433 people and you. -
If you are a professional and wishto ?
chance begin. Later
your injuring 7,765,' and damaeingrailroad
placed uooo it. produce work that will be a pleasure
T .. when you've made yourself wan- property $4,629,269. In to your customers and a credit I

The October number. of the ted and needed, a bigger place the 5,910 derailments during the to you-Let the Carver School teach

Florida Penant, published by the may open ii fact, it will open year 340 persons were killed and you.The

students of the State University then, but it never will till you fit 4,814 injured. Carver School of Practical Photography .
for it. Your businessis offer twenty cemplete, practical -
yourself monthsof
at Gainesville has been received. During the last three inexpensive courses coveringall '

; It is a neat publication in pam to make"yourself ready.tor the the year the total killed or in- branches of. photographic work

phlet form. We notice in the position-if it should come along jured was 20,650. Write now for full information,' it la

t"t head that our young friend Ber- before you're readyyou couldn'tfill free and places you under no obliga-

nard Langston, is editor in chief. it. Hitch your wagon to a No. 7778. tions., AddressThe

,..' .. star, set your ideal as' high as Report of the condition of The First CorverSchool ofPsaotlcalPhotoginphy.
like but keep steering National Bank at Chi pier, In the Stateof ,
The world's largest.steamship you your Florida! at the close of bUllness..NovemberlO ,
" Lock.Box 504 Waterloo Iowa.
'' geer in .order and don't forget 1910.
launched at 'Belfast last
k '
; :
duties that
the little
t week. This vessel is 882 1-2 every day Loan and Discounts............8169,210d3 NOTICE OF ELECTION.
are right at band. U.b. bonds to secure circulation 60.000.0C
\, feet long over all, and 175 feet Premiums U. S. Bonds ...... 201.09 Notice is hereby given that an election I
from the keel to the top of the .. Bonds, securities, etc..... .... .. 6,004.96 will be held at Fountain! school house on ''The man who is running his -
Banking house, furniture and Tuesday the 20th day of December A. D. )
funnel. This floating .oalace ALMA. fixtures...;.. .......... 20,161.18 1910. to determine whether the territory .own merits and against Ring and. ,',
Other real estate owned........ 3,438.80 described In apetltlon duly presented to Factional Politics.
will carry 2500 passengers and from National Bank not of Wash
4 Due ( the Board of Public Instruction
of Hello, Mr. Editor, if you will reserve agents)...80,019.70 ington county, on the 3rd day of October
crew over 800 men. who is running
!F requires a allow little I will give Due from State and Private 1910 In compliance with Sections 2 and 3, The man
me a ,
.. space
r' Banks and Bankers, Trust Chapter 4678. laws of Florida hall be- against the Perpetuation of the
you a few items of interest. Companies and Savings come a special tax school district, and ,
I., Adversity's Lesson. Bank*,........ ... 8,000.00 for the election ot three ((3) trustees for United States Senatorship in
Miss Maud Vickers visited Due from approved reserve ants 21,117.98 said district and to determine the num-
]I"t A writer has said, "Poverty to Checks and other cash Items... 145.66 ber of mills of special school tax to be Jacksonville. .
r' Miss Pearl Gilbert Sunday. Notes of other National Ranks. 1,265.00 levied and collected annually for the succeeding
i r.. many of us, represents the acme Fractional paper currency, two years. -
A. L. Harrell is quite sick nickels and cents............ 13.31 The boundaries of said district if es.t.abllsbed1lball
t, of human misery, > because we Lawful money reserve In Bank: be the came as.stated In
confuse it with'pauperism, whichis with cold, but hope. he will soon Specie:.. 11199.80
Redemption fund with U. 8. All registered and qualified voters residing -
a condition vastly different.I be out'again.Hello Treasurer(5 percent of circulation ; within the bounds of said districtor
.......!...,...... 8,80000 territory are entitled to vote In this ,b
Pauperism means dependence, Bradford, why (don't you Total.........$316,867.93 election.M. M.-Fralser, R. W. Lambert R. H.
t. while poverty may mean merely write again.. We are always gladto LIABILITIES. Robinson Inspectors and Z. H. Fralser
I Capital stock paid In...... .....$ 50.0CXXOO cleric. .
the doing without various unnecessary hear from you. Surplus fund. ............... ... 20000.00 By order of Board of Public Instruction -
r articles to which we have Undlvld profits,. leas expenses' of Washington county. Florida and
Quite a crowd ot young folks and taxas paid...... .. .... 7140.63 In accordance with Chapter, 4678, School
}[, accustomed to which '
grown or National Bank notes outst'd'g. 50,000.00 Laws.
gathered at the home of Mr. Due to outer National Banks.... 11,937.55 U. B. BUSH, Chairman.
: we have aspired, and which we Individual deposits subject to Attest: .

,'.. have come to regard as the very Harvey Gilbert's Sunday after- check............. ........*.... 138,397.50Tlmn B. N, GAINER, Sec, and Co. HupUNOTICE :
noon and enjoyed some nice mu- certlftantnii nf 9A.inK.19
:> bread of life. And'you will notice Cashier's checks outstanding l ._. 95.46: OF ELECTION.
sic rendered by Miss Nelson. Total.316.267,93State
I we never are very grateful :Notice Is hereby given that an election
of Florida, of Washington:
U for bread until it is taken fromus Seems as if Thanksgiving is County will be held at Wansan school house on
I, W. O. Butler -Jr., Cashier of the Tuesday the 20th day of December A. D.
; so that a touch of poverty is almost forgotten, as I haven'tbeard above named bank, do solemnly- swear 1910, to determine whether the territory
that the above statement I* true to the described In a petition duly presented to
for that
,1'any amusement
one. of sweet adversity's'sharp- best. of my knowledge and belief. he Board of Public Instructlonof Washington -
est lessons-a sort of mental day. It should be rememberedevery W. O. BUTLER, Jr., Cashier county, on the 3rd day of October.
( A. D. Campbell. 1910 In compliance with Sections 2 ana 3, .
: mustard plaster, which is very where with a good sermon. Correct Attest: i E. N. {Dekle Chapter 4678. laws of Florida! shall be
. I D..J. come a special tax school district and for ,"
beneficial. We may have left us Cane grinding seems to be a Jones.Directors.. hn election of three (3) trustees for said (-N.CANDIDATE Pl1RYAiV7w TNI PtOPlt Of
everything else but the Subscribed and sworn to before me this : district and to determine the number of All steno or rteniDA ram
w" one thing: of interest and .pleasure 17th day of November, 1910.' mills special school tax to be levied #INITIO STAT $ SINA70 I
., thing we once held lightly, but these cool November days, especially R. J!'. Scarlet Notary Public. and collected annually for the succeeding -
My: com. exp.Meh. 7,1911. : two years. I
now that one thing withheld enjoyed by the young The.. ..boundaries_ of said district If eslaousoea ... ,
snail oe the same as elated in
seems to us more desirable than folks, as some of them will even NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION said petition.All l NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. "

anything else in the world. Let grind ''on Sunday. Department of the Interior. registered and qualified voters resident Department of the Interior.U. L
U. H. Land Office at Gainesville\ Fla within the bounds of said district 8. Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.
learn take thankful .
to the
us .. Nov.: 12, 1910 or territory. are entitled to vote In this October 23, 1910.
:, good things that fall to our hand, Dunn Cote man Co. solicits and Notice hereby given that Charles. L.Jones J. J. Cox I. T. Barrow, Notice Is hereby given that John W,
Davis of Wausau Florida, who on February inspectors, and W. T. tlorne( clerk. Oxendlne of Vernon Florida who on
and be grateful for them, and appreciates your business See 18th Serial made Homestead. Entry By order of Board of Public, Instruc April 11, 1907. made Homestead EntryNo.
I learn through doing without. tfo. 33836 No. 034O3. for w ( Ion of Washington county Florida and 876<<. (Serial No. 04492). for net of
them when you need hardware. Section 28, Township 3 North 13 In accordance with Chapter 4678, school oaf. Section 28, Meridian rth.Bange
how very'much we should have west Tallahassee Meridian flu tiled no Laws. 15 west Tallahassee has filed
They have a complete line.J. tlce of Intention to make final five year O. B. BUSS: Chairman. notice of Intention to make final Commutation -
cherished that which is taken to establish claim land Attest: proof to establish claim to the
R. McGeachy constantly above described, before the Clethe the B. F. GAINER See. and Co.-Supt. land above described\ before the County
from'. us. Circuit Court at Vernon florid! on the Judge at Vernon Florida! on the 2nd .
; '. ... keeps on hand a full line of me sand 30th day of December 1910. day of December.1910.
Dunn Coleman Co. wants to boys suits which it will save Claimant names as witnesses Raney No time for platitudes. Business Claimant names as witnesses: J. N. 'w
Bird, John Ntckles. Bunyan Nlcklas,, Brock Emanuel Green D. 1. Evans, ..
r. see you at their place of busi- you money to see, if you are in Daniel McColumn, all ot Wansan.. Fla.HENRYS. has the "Busy pay" feeling Joe Washington. of Vernon Florida. "'
J, 'nes."' .. need'of a suit., -' Ed,fee paid. Register. everywhere v i Ed fee paid. Register., 'y,,'
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se'rs. from '- $4.95, up Oak Beds from 2.40 up Comforts and Blankets; :'from 1.25 up e

., n 'Wash Stand from' 3.30, up Iron Beds, from -. 2.40, up Good Brussels Rugs, from '1.00, up .4 4r1 ::

/t Good Brussels,Art Squares. 9x12 $12.50 Heavy Tapistry Brussels 9x12, 15.00 Deltax Grass Art Squares,. 9x12 7.00 .m t

:' Smith's Velvet Art Squares'9x12' 18.00 Deltax Grass Art Squares 9x12' 8.00 Lace Curtains, as low as 55c Pr.

'' J'/ S Window Shades in white Linen, 7 ft. long, 36 in. wide, for 75c per PairPorteirs iI

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., as low as $2.00 per Pair. 'f'iilt f

Many other articles to be closed" out. ,These goods are all first-class; not a shabby I piece ,In thebunch' e

r : t Among the lot are three Ladies Dressing Tables, to be sold at less than ..cost.. And our mf

f ..""Sfattings are all .new patters and will be sold at cost. ;:

ii: :Y ? : ):t.ill pay you to do your hrist asshop'ping at our store; no need to; wait till :the last day. *

{f Come early; buy early, and we. will deliver the goods the very day you say. You will find when ,,

if1 .youenter. o stor6: that we have .the .most complete stock, of Furniture' 'and House Furnishings of :

any store in West Florida: .


:; We invite' you one and .all, and ask that you come early, before the best .bargains- are. gone.

!I'. :- &, Oolemein, Cllipley, Fla. ItE"nis ir .\

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.;; ." .( ;; .. Hunting For Justle. I I The First_ National Bank

... .!.' Justice Is of course loudly demandedby : ,
p&I '" "' Pi.D every litigant In a court of law, but I OJPDesignated PENSACOLK, F.L.Jt
::0-: of the human
.a rZ It Is a frequent Infirmity 1 ,
mind to confuse Justice with one's own ,
Depository of the United Btates.Oldest ,
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4' -= : >> cause. The late Thomas B. Heed, according -
to a writer In Law Notes, used .and Largest Bank In West Florida.. ". '
to tell an amusing story .to Illustrate o: xcFarrTB.11T: : :T"tTJ.T :to. iseo. S. ..'.f
STALK DiTTERn this tendency.
He was once retained by an enter. Capital Half Million Doillars.S..rplue .
prising client to prosecute an action.
5- On talking with tbe plaintiff's wit. and Undivided Profit, .,,, 01OO.OOO.- .'
Reed found that their sto
The parlin & Oren nesses Mr. Interest Paid In Savings Department at Rate.' 4, per cent per Annum. -
rite were far from consistent, so be reported '

:., i z dor/f/ Co., Canton Ills., tbe fact to his client and ,ad THe First Notional Bank
Ii vised that the suit ,be dropped. The ,
: made the first Stalk Cut client was somewhat perturbed,' but OP PBNSA.COLA. ,.

ler ever built; over 50 told the attorney be would have a talk W.K. BTBR, JR.,-President.: W.8.KBVBBK. VlcePras
with tbe witnesses and let him know W. J.FouBBfl, Cashlur. THOU. W.RKKNT. Aut.CMblcr. W. N. KOBBHTS. A.... CosblcrOlrcctori _
,, years ago; today they the next morning what he had decided :-F. C.Brent W. A.Blount W.a Xe'lOr. Wm.H. KnowlM. W.K. Hyer. J
W.J.Forbeo. Knowlcs Hrr. Tbo W.Brent. .
Y s '" building the bed to do. True .tQ his ;word, he'droppedIn
I i are bright and early, wearing the cheer-
g '\V-- Stalk Cutter on the market ful look of one who has fought tbe ,

/ good fight. High-Class Saw Mill MachineryWe
Ma /I've seen those witnesses," be'explained

"and they Bay Aey must have carry at our warehouse, 23
been mistaken when they talked with
: I Ocean St., alarge: stock of Porta
-/ You need weight In a Stalk Cotter to do rood work. Yon ect It In thtoone-mid you. They all see It alike now. I've..
wltrr weight you trot strength The P.&O. Is practically Indestructible,: Beware of also seen some of the jurymen, and ble and Stationary Engines; Locomotive

lighi i ,flimsy,stalk,, cutters-you will ruo, the day you buy ooo. Thin one will last a they think ,I'll win. Now, If there's and Horizontal Return Flue
+ i Boilers Saw-Mills, Planers, Eders. -
such a thing as Justice In law we can'tJose. ; #{
life-tlmo. What do the manufacturers tb ." I 1, Saws, Belting and Mill Sup-
unqualified guarantee." That is putting It pretty at.ron.-whnt mora can you isle?
"', ,' I ,, pile; also engine and aaw-uIUl.up-
.Horn Hslps. I plies. Prospective purchasers will
{ When one has an old barn' roof to find It to their interest to get our
Q PQ do not try the ancient laborious -
way of pulling out the nails. Takea' prices before buying. A postal will briny our salesman. Write for illustrated -

CANTON PLOWS 'CANTON PLOWS CANTON PLOWS CANTON PLOWS magnet and hold It over., the head of catalog. ,IastyyVlacHlnery Co.

the nail till the nail comes out. 22 Ocean St. Uackaonville, Florida.
To keep the bands perfectly clean Distance Telephone No. la74.
HdwCO. _and__ ..n...bltilt.____ while.. __._ the_ stove Is being_ nol-- .. Long-;,
Obipley Ished let some one else polish It. There
are other alleged methods, but this, W.H. MILTON, M. L.' DEKLE, F. M.GOLS N.
; Headquarter for will prove surest. ,' President, 'Vice-President Cashier.
I The best way to mark an umbrella #
3 All Kinds of Up-to-Dato Farm Machinery .. Is to embroider the name of the owneron Bank.
I First National
,. tbe little strap for fastening It .
I I. .. I when It la rolled. Then the person who "
swipes it can destroy the mark without I MARI1tN A. FLA.
i mutilating any vital part or the

Department of the Interior, Department of tbe Interior,. To disguise the taste of castor oil 'Capital, $50,000.00
Fla. U. S. Laud Office at Galnesvlllp: Fla.
tUa S:, Land Office 'Ualnosvllla: .
put la three drops of bitter almonds av
55 Oct. 22, 11)10. Oct. 22, 1910. Firms and Individual
touch of rabelle' Solicits Accounts of Banks, Corporations, ,
bit of asafedlta. a
Notice la hereby given that Joseph:
that lienjamlneF
*iNotlce, Waller Is, April 28th! 1005 made Homestead June 1Mb, 1905) made Homestead Entry hydrogen. you the beat banking: facilities of any bank In West Florida. We also have afully
I Entry, No 3.18"jerlal: No. 03350)) for No. 3.TO01. (Serial No. 03420)) I To keep red or pink or'maroon or equipped Savings Department In which we pay interest. on deposits. Accounts J
, ,$ of nel4 and eX of. etf, Section 30, .for sK of eey( and t.% of avvif Sectlou build by mall,bandied aa. easily. aa by.perllOnallntervlew. 'to
'l'qwnllblpJ North. Range 1* west, 18, Township 2 North, liaoge 12 cerise ants out of a refrigerator Send ua your business ;
I Tallahassee Meridian, has filed no West, Tallahassee\ Meridian has filed a trough entirely around it and flit the "
tlee of Intention to make flual five year notice'of Intention to make final live year trough with sorgbnm molasses or maple F. M. COLSON, Cashier.
land 'oof, establish clallXKO..the land above(
proof to. establish claim to the pi to
other form of mucilage.
sirup or some -
described before the County judge at
above detidrlbed.! before the County Judge *
at-Vertroni Florida I on' the 1st dajr! of Vernou, Florida, on the 80th' day of .-Chicago News,
December,1910. November 1910, A HIDES,
MeKelthen(Claimant) ,names Frank, as Finch, witnesses, Bud:Finch George, of Payne.Claimant J. A.names Hyfrett as witnesses, M.. Blue: J.1>. M.T. FUR' S"AND HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID
Macon, Florida,'Bob 't'.flortor. Wansau, Knizely, all of Sexton, i Ma.HKKBT) FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES
A. G.
Fla *' H. CMTJBB, ftlcQuagge, .Wool en CcmmlMlon. Will l.r price- .Lr r3
Ed Ice paid. UeKI"ter.
tu Ih"NBY: a. CHUBB list montlonlaj this ad.Established .
I Ed fee paid. U.p.'flster. 1887
Notary Public.
I I "t .\.! .tfleadjhe : Anybody beard the early shopper -" "" JOHN WHITES CO. LOUISVILLE,
of ? State at Large ; ",
ft ,advertisements: complain high prices ; /' &



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V A Little Land and a_Llvlnjr. Nervous, Collapse' FARQVHA
it.fiv' What 1'0D'o. / -... 431 B. Day Street,

Bolton Hall, author of uThaee: Break" Down Because JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. 'i I "
Chipley women (
-FOR- Acres and Liberty' has out another Everything for the *aw! mill ,Del .
they have Kikney trouble ;

4; Sickly Children book entitled "A Little and don't' know it.w'om plalning mill. We are n>w selling .
Land and a living. The book Maclis .
Mother n ot every'age and condition I ( well known Farqwbar ,4 "
,'.'. Letters from shows that Mr. Hall has given the ;
break down and ai-e brought to verge \
I r "I wish I could induce every the matter serious consideration of utter collapse because they bare kid cry direct tojbe user, which meqtas, I

child pother to, who has delicious a delicate Cod, sickly Liver and he is convinced that the con. ney troubles and don't know it. Tbe a saving to Our customers. )",, ,' '(

try your
.; and Iron Tonic VINOL It restored ditions of a large number of people disease saps vitality, hatters nervea, Large Stock-Easy Terms t. !
makes work, rest or sleep impossible
health greatly
,; our little daughter to could be yery Catalog and PricesUNIVERSITY
Irltable and de- Send for
tired out,
.{ and strength after everything else if they would seek and make the If you are sick head. _

had failed."-MRS. C. W. STUMP pressed, suffer from dizzy .,
of gettingsotnethi
: opportunity aches, pain in the back and sides, 11'-

t'l') Canton. Mrs.,F.Ohio.P. Skonnard, of Minn_ out of the soil that with a UUI" regular flow of the urine, etc., dneglect < OF FLORIDA. F.lorlda.Stags College For Women

land the living of a poor man's It, for'delay Ja often-fatal. Begin .
apolis, Minn., writes, "I_ want 1 to TALLAHASSEECollege
,' recommend VINOL to every mother ] family can be greatly improved using Doan's Kidney feel pills better, A Superior But Inexpensive Institution for of Arts and fI Ie-. Nonas SdkasU. '-..
will of KxyM
,y who has a weak or sickly chile and expense greatly reduced. aee how quickly you Florida Young Men. I srhoulofMusic.scholorert.School Economic
bet. School.florae
sleep, alon.
worc"1)etter.reat better and. TuMdsM
;tt My little boy was sickly, pale, and in the back yards of 1 the pms' Four colleges agricultural experiment station: : First class equipment throughout.taforsaawosiaddress.
Eyen cured and assist low.
Doan.'s. ve very
for two I I ter. Kidney Dnlrersity: extension. 46 professors tree Other expenses
I .no appetite years bouse much has been dODe Here's Chipley ants 80 per cent Increase in attendance last "
4 tried different medicines and do(> city many Chipley women. year.: Attractive buildinv and campus. For fDOW AID CONIAM.Pruldwt.:
: Hall would have the of it catalogue address.! A. A.MIIRPNIEEPrealdest. ...
,. tors without benefit, but thanks to but Mr. way proof d =
well and health of all tbe Mrs. Margaret Davis, _Jackson St..
:: VINOL he is' a open for the utilizing (
. ; r'ao thne I
Cbipley, Fla. says: "F SHO& \
boy today. unoccupied city lots, and wot ld CITY BARBER .
in health and was fuUV '... .
a C. Allen, of New Bedford, Mass, into the was poor I \
h writes"Mytwopunychildrengainerapidly then have the people go aware that I,was gradually, gl"qwlng! '

suburbs 'some simply for a were all un.trung, rma'I Waiting.
:. in flesh and strength a very ., worse. My nerves No
short time after taking VINOL." change of home and an opportunity my sleep was fitful and t arose in the a. ,-

We positively know VINOL will to better their conditions; by morning feeling unrefreshed. I also, 3 BarbersEverything
I cf luventlonLotheereport
tlte-and felt 1anguid. Bend model,sketch or photo
build up little ones and make then having a garden and some to bad a r nnpa tenta hlllty. For free book
My daughter: finally procured a boa of HowtoSectireTDJinC MADlfQ -10townte Up-to-Now. ,
and robust.
healthy, strong Try intensi 1 -
make their' living by McG Patent* n<
Pills for me at
Doan's Kidney -
a one bottle, and if are not: satin-
you farming on a little land. ]He & Go's drug sore and I' beganuse to Shave,, .,!if i; ISc.
: fied, we will return your money. Halrcuttlng, ........ 25c.
," points out needed to un.-: them. They,.did me .so much good
....... 25c.
Druggist Shampoo
: S.!E. McGeachy ,
: dertake this, hoW' to do it, and that I continued taking them and today Massage, ............ 2 cHair ...
Chipley,'Fla. than for year .... 25c.We .'
" am in better health Office Singe,
, ;
from Patent
the results that would come fpposlteUrS-
.. nsit --- '- much to Doan's Kidney;Pills' -
owe WASHINGTON D. C. > ,
': Is Your Property For Sal 7 efforts in this direction by citing For sale by all dealers; Pricecents. O Solicit Your Patronage. l '

what has.been. done." It is abook, .. -Foster-Milburn Co.,' ,Buffa, Very Respectfully

K.. The Cbipley Board of Trade< that should have an almqst unl." New York, sole agents for,the United(

; ': s receiving many inquiries for versal circulation. ,It would help States., .>. W. D. Peters, Propre,

' homes farms stock lands, etc.f Remember the- name Doan's-a
,:\ many, and it would help sotto "" foe oar confidential letter before applying "
If have such property for take other; ''.: bo worth money.
you will no 'U. tor ma/ ONES.
others and 'it e obtain 'D.J..J
irit help We promptly U.B.: and Fol'8igD'PATENTS )
'''; sale or rent, in the county, or -
and will give i us found very suggestive to those
near Chipley
t;;, or Attorney-At-I."aW', '
description it 'we will who already tiling the soil<
: a full are and TRADE ARKS or retina sketch '
' undertake to help you find buy in a small way. Even the amaH; Wanted It to Take. T IRE U-tiorney a l..e. fiend model, tiIIIPLEY. FLAT ,
: send an
"'', size location and Mrs. B. believed In Infant baptist m; orphotoand we !IMMEDIATE: .
Please state farmer andtrucker and the farmer I='REE report on paten
tbat ,rlt8 'was Dot. the be.-t legal service and advice, and oar CARMICHAEI
distance from town; amountcultivation'and if' but fQr some reason D. *.
,. moderate. Try us.
/ charges are
'num'bi. with many. acres who is not performed for Tommy; till be was lome A
;, ,:.., and condition of buildings; ; water jetting, on will do well to reac four,or flue ;years pld. Whlle-the.cere-' SWIFT & CO... Attorney at taw..Collections .
In tbe'mother was ; Specialty.C'hJyley..
stony was progress Patent Lawy 1L'8- : a
: :supply, fruit, stock, etc., namit, "A Little Land and a living.. If very much gratified with Tommy's bhavlor. Opp.U.S.Patent Office.Washington,D.C. Ft*'
r-:,. the send rice and terms: 'and there is a country where a. ,little He "ueemed .duly, Impressed e

::' /. mail or ,in to' and will make a living, it is Flo with the' solemnity of the occaslc =- "
, THE BOARD OP TRACK and remained with bowed bead (i r. m *mam ** '
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da. ] "
after sprinkling bad Botanic Do
some time the I ,
.;;f.'. ,......, Chipley- Fla.Rtcraitand been donej: : .
ki! >*
w.: \' Lame back comes on suddenly and Is e::X. "The angel exclaimed the mother You *

fr':'; MECHANIC remely.painftiL; It U caused by rheum.. rrbe little dearr said a' good sisti. r Blood Balm y.
y.-\I", nigutni lot rwybody.m tf lain of the muscle. Qulok.relief la afford 4 la.IIb. went up to' give him a 'Ood.;. Take -

4s (1'lRlc Wnladho.b about Uctrkltr.tM by applying: Chamberlain's: liolmet these you" and a pat on tbe"bead. Hat. (B. a B.) Cures Through the Blood I I :

:d .it tool. Slrapl.,pmeaU.flillarplctiiiM. 801d'by City Drug; Store jfc 8 E .MoGeacby.AD ;; set as her band was'descending wit
AND a .Sun.J benediction- a wrathful and : .
bat very; Blood Poison
{u; pi*copy BM If you BSBWfthlip .;
;.:: p r. LMkyw inangello. countenance was turns TEE BLLmR-1

impian Pub. Cw.E.W.Bt. ipon her a puglllaUc little fist delftr'ed BONE PAINS CANCER
', Quotation. ,
by,a r. ,BMtoe.ktois.mmm Apt a paralyzing; blow on ber blcepi I .

"-:;" md tbe Indignant Tommy exclaltn, < ., I ,SCALY SKIN, If not
. _
[Photography lnter*i- The teacher had a class'in English __
.nr,6oey' A MIR 1CAa'PNOTOCM.NYlncbn 'Yon git way'from. here! PIMPLES
I lt. t literature before her._ The Of course be was led'out In dlsgrac. ,

f;-' I]ly Be piix uHful cos.te.-M.plcturw.plcturaIcrittdnn. month* P H I ubject for the day was Gray ind questioned by his .borrlUed motbei. Rheumatism, Eczema.': Why not?

. ';,' = I iwOTwd. Sample qu.Mtlon.1'I copy fre* y ilegy. She had asked the clas "Why. don't.;you' know sbe would 'a Itching: Humors. "
,: B If you menttoa rubbed all the,baptizing water off before Blood'remedy
1 P\\ the life D B. B.B. (Botanic Blood Balm) U the only: We will fend THK BAN.NKB poe14
1") j American Photography, to: bring in questions on It would 'a' bad time to soak Ins that klUa the oolaon in the blood and then I
I :
e Bald.6t Doaoo sea.t rick blood direct to address, for$1 pea year; fiOo.for six
of Gray. These questions, wer xplalned Tommy; who from bis pointof purlfteeltndln.-flood of pure any
. the Bkln surface. Bone Joints and wherever
Los An to month;36e,for three months.
view was folly; JnstUled.-. In this way: all Sore
in box whic the disease la located.
t. to, be deposited a else Times. Ulcers Pimple Eruptions are healed and cured,
1rf... class'' and aches of Rheumatlain ceases swelling. )
to be opened before the pains -
was -+ completely changes the blood Or
A Word With You lab&lde. B.B.B. :
:.: and each'question read aloud. Ifno She Meant Professionally. Into dean healthy: condition. giving the akin the _
', cheel. hue ci perfect health.. B.'B. B.cures the .
one 'could answer it, the one As tbe young man caressed the worst old canes. -Try: it. and Ee will send Tad BAH win and ,tie -
; MR. MERCHANT. of his ladylove she drew away hastily. BOTANIC BLOOD BALM (B.B. Botanic
contributed it tq be ale to take composed of pure Ingredients New Yrok ThrJce-a-Week World,oae MSI
I whQ was "I tblnk." she said Indlfinnntly. 'youbad tpurlfiea and enriches the blood. B.B. B.-stren- lorlLCfl, ,, V -
died for the.answer. better see father arst. athens the nerves and builds up the broken down
on .
look about
cannot you ?'*, asked aystem. DKOOOISTS. $1 PBK LAUGH ..
", The first.slip drawn out cooiined.this "Wby-; what do you\mean with directions for home cureSeMrr.a a- c
on (he streets 'without seeing : tbe perplexed lover SWKT! Pass by: writing to BLOOD Or
GA. When writing for
.j ,. people who"have, money ., : '''Father.'t sbe replied as she'' nursec BALM samples Co.BiTe name ATLANTA.of rout trouble it yon know.

; !: in their pockets which ought Give a proof of Gray's genet ber cheek'".. a barber."-Snccesa' Meg- We will send Tai BANNS and ;ts. .

\ :' osity. cine. oooooooooooo 0000000When Atlanta Weekly Journal, one year,for fl.78
cash drawer ,
,f.i'.: to be in your .

or to your credit in thebank, The teacher thought' of what a; Helped Them Along. you'want 8 / -

':: You cannot'look afiout you recluse Gray had been, and 'of "Have you given proper" attention asked fb tour <' JOB PRINTING Or, .
children's teetb? ,
; in store shop withoutseeing -' how little interest he had ever ) Gallon-us. g
f : your ealth department circular. II you want all three papers?.a '

; goods that these town in: his fellowsand shi "I've always provided plenty of good eeeeeeeceeeeeecececeeeceeO999OO9O9OOOO9OOOOi JANNXK, The New York World, The :;a.,..

k cbew on." tbe fond .. ..... ....... -,
people should own'should I ondered how any one could food for 'em to .. .. -'-" --- "" ants .Touiaal""e will make the ez treats ,
r.." same. irent Inscribed on tbe bottom of the 99OOOO 119""price of only$3,80 for the three '%-.
have received the .
now be using. paper. anti mailed !it back.-PhlladelMa <

i. was'generous. Lodger, Advertise inTHEBANNER pen.
dit )
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. Today the acceptable tune to subscribe .
( These facts hold good- Everyone looked blank, and I

I' ..Queer.Servant best results.. .
;:" '. .even have been doing no one attempted' to answer. The (who baa been ecU to cbasTOa For THE BANNER. .

!.-,: > .a good business, lately, ir1 who wrote the question wascalled stray cat for stalking chickens ,Seeeeeeceeeccceeeeeceeeeed

They are the sort'of factswhich on for hor proof, and 'this _J-couldn't-catcb' 'Im-mum-for the .----' ....
nearer 1-got to 1m-the fartber"esot.awaY.PI1Dcb \
make store-keeping is what she said: He gave tc ', '

.' \\. -. the most interesting in', ther isery'all: he bad- "tear.I ...-........ .. FRENCHMARKET,
TI.Bitter Way.
"world-the. most tantalizing I -
: First Boston Child-Do you believe ;

one, too.. Walter Wellmanmust bavbeen In'corporal punishment!. Second BolJo.ton '.

; .... Child-NO; I can usually make my;
( Do you .realize that you that naughty child who, aswe parents do what I wish by moral cna-

can reach these: people every used toj-ead in the primers, >n.-Life. COFFEE '
1t ,
week. ,' !> '\ was ,just ------ E1.C ARNa.ICIr -
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l. If you'place an.adv. / WE DO -, ,
Nothing to have bappened '
; '. In The Banner, appears P' I L -

to Mr. Curso for one'weekand DILL GETTER In Gold--$'l00?
', It's worth trying.' $100
: : thirty-four hours-press
\\i BEADS R .' HEAD!:!

ae-ent is sleeping evidently. in' -list of English words made of
:,. > )TE ENVELOPES_ Everyone wh
,: '":" .. 1 I \ BEADS 'I BUSINESS any! or,all,.of the.letters in .

"> Appearances'seem to indicate MARKET'' ?
J",..-.' STATE ENTS, N :CARDS ,'
'J.It: tAUar ArroFSCRIITIY that the favorite gifts for..Christis _
; ,,.;. ,Cap this will be 'palm leaf CIRCUt.ARS PAMPHLETS, will receive a prcs nt. The one sending in the greatest tttt .

.... year T COMMISSARY .of wOfds will be given One.Hundred, Dollars in Gold. Hun -
is.and. linen dusters.:: MILL will be 'given free to ;
dreds of other valuable,presents :contestants .; .
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-i.. CHECKS .c'nEe ,, -. -
1'erTY"1 seeds (.I ; The old,'old story told times without nuwand DRAB'TSCDDING .' i
are the belle known andthsmatrelhtWeeeedegro wm bel' repeated over and over again for RECEIptS N For list of present and,particulars regarding I ,"

'.. Erarr pack.*e baa bnslass betand auuadafds It Ute rep lII'e itatlon they tbe last 86 years but It is always a welcomeltor7 VISITING, contest ask your grocer, or write to : "
of house the trod.rary'.1.0. to those in search of health-There i.DotblDI' .
Ugbest la A..... wad bsnaaad.nEB in the world that cures coughs and VITATIONB, G &JARDB ,CONTEST DEPARTMENT .

j to W.apptioal\t',,..and fafl;a.4g Chamberlain's: cough: It ,_ NEW ORLEANS COFFEE CO., LTD. .. '

.bi.rwtaF' ....u..'rM. .4 'eea,, rem dy. City- Drug;Store,and,,:ttJG.MoOeace7. : 'C. .. rro', ,, ,EB. : NBW ORLEANS '-,
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: : R : Florida. "' c George; what did they find in .' "",. e.ootH

LL j la .a ,Florida -town "-visitor Africa..that i ie vejry large; hat ta '. ;' ,, "''r \{ r '

fro n the North hailed a dative very dangerous to. approach and f
sajMi" the-New York News;: \ that has a bo'rn? s ,1 f > .
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what's 'the"matter with thep Ad automobile* ma'amsaid JOB i'

Oeorge-promptly. i
le here? he asked. What .d ,

a. ou all running so hard for? a I. : ,.-

a't stop to talk, stranger, A Religious- .Temperament T' ooQ -
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the man answered over his shoul Say, maa.said Billy, I think the .c PRINTING -is iss
t. '" -
der'as.: be rushed on. ... : man who comes around to dumpour '"

Men dashed out of their stores ashes is a real good Christian,.. ... "

,slammed the doors, and sprinted man. .

,' ip the street, some in aprons, What makes, "you think that. : '' .: J *

.;some in their shirt sleeves. An my dear? asked his mother '(, t Creates'a'good impression ,

.'epidemic of madness seemed to Well,-masaid, Billy, yesterday
: yhavh struck: the place when he was. at Mrs. Br9wn'house 's .0 ; I among your correspondents .-

he took up the'ash barrel. ', ',;.' ? and Help":
+ 'The. town policeman saunter- :
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' and was about to dump it into ,

I' *:fd hurry.along at last. Policemen' << never the ash cart when the bottom of C]) to.. give. your:' business,:;,;' ,
;' the barrel\ came nut and ashes ,"-" ',' .',. : .u- ......
\ What's the
wrong? stranger .
fell all over him. He was a terrible = QJ
asked. sight, but be didn't get "a .;; I -
J t Ain't
nothing wrong:, ,said the; bit angry. He brushed himsetfoff '. .; .

: !"policeman. The railroad agent and then-just, sat right .down .

.: 'Just'got a telegram that the on the curb and told God, all! = We Do Neat Printing =

flown express is coming through about it; ; ,

kr 1n .few minutes with snow on .r . ..,, cdCQ .' At .easnabPrices. }?+-

'the roof, and the boys have gone M>T SORRY FOIL ULUNDEtt. .':: .. r. ,
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to fetch their families down* t6 '/'Ifniy friends.hadn't blundered 14 thluk- '." ,
the epot>U> se4'the slight fng I was';'n(doomed victim consumption* .
,I might not be alive now," write D. T.
i +*+ ,,, ..'
q : Sanders, of Uarrodsburg, Ivy... "but fouryears .s a.vli-..< '
1 SHALL, WOMKN: VOTIC?" tbey saw every attempt to cure ,a ( : '
.. next order
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: us 'your
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lung-racklogcougb rail At last I tried Dr
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they did,millions would vote 1)r Kiu(aTjJ '
t.! .w Life Pills the true remedy for, women.Tor Klnlt'''a TSew' Discovery'. The effect was and we will give you perfect -
wonderful. It eon stopped tbe coujfb and t.
batilRblng dnlt.tfaiged feelings, -back"aoheVconstlpntlonVdispellln S ,.' ,
1 am no*. 10''Ln! vo. peen "., .
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? colds; Imparting satisfaction., thus
for years. This wonderful Hfo saver 1ft an tl .
and tbe
appetite << tonlnir up system, they '
.unrivaled remedy for coueha: colds, l lagrlp, -
are unequaled 'Easy,safe, sure. 25o. at I : making,, you one of our -
asthma (
S. K. ,Mo eaehY'I" croup, hemorrhages, whooping ) .
cough; or weak; limits 60o. $1. Trial bottles : customers. '
!" : .. -" free. Guaranteed by $. B. McGeaohY. regular ,
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''The Prodigal' Daughter. -- 'J: ., "
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'JackBlanton Paris -Appeal, Many aiuuslutf stories are told of I'r,. ; ,' I { .
-saps: "'The reason that parable '.to keep .too rigorously 'to the I r- < :

dealt withTa'prodigal son 'instead letter of their regulations, have :been .' .; T'HE )

thwarted, Oa one occasion a man .. .)
ofa prodigal daughter Jasbua,
asked and = '
for 240 'penny stamps ten .
wasprobably;' .due to tbe fact dered payment, copper. The,official .' : '

that it would t have been true declined: to. receive it, whereupon the ,
man began buying and paying for one OH IP LEY BANNER
't:fur bad-it been otherwise.. -No ,
stamp a.t a' tlmt'Detore'\ ,be1 had got a 0 ,
matter how deep in sin the joung dozen.ID that, way the postofflce official "

man goes no matter how many had. surrendered. It must have been >4
..tbe'same man or a near relative who Fla.DO
girls he may debauch how many one Sunday went Into a postofflce that y, .

hearts be may break, bow many was open for-telegraph business..only.n LChip

gray:head's he )may br n'gin sorticjvelcome banded in a sixpenny telegram and -

-, row t o't6. : ....... .""..........>.:."."._..... ."..uu.-:..... .. :.. asked'to be supplied with two stamps 'ClJ \ : .
besides. No,-he could not have stamps; QJ : _
) awaits him in. his telegraph business only was transact

home, in his church, and, in his ed. Innocently be asked If be migh 3: rt .
community. when. he comes. back. have his telegram back' for a moment ,J ..........................
to add something. lie added four-
,It is not 'so with the. prodigal words to It and tendered the additional I :
daughter. She may have gonebut twopence. The form was.returned to E--
him with the stamps to affix: Crossing e
a few steps. into sin-
may out' the four additional words be Q G That now Is the time to build that home' or business house e
h ye. ,1een.begutled into the affixed the sixpenny-stamp pushed\ the you have been considering The present business depression ..
wrong path by some craTty devil telegram under tbe counter rail and ; has reduced the price of lumber and building materials; laboris >
walked out with his two stamps.;) -.London cheap and plentiful, and you can build now for 25 to 50 per e
who.took advantage of her innocence Tatler. cent less than in <
or 'inexperience; or may, .: :
JUNE( 1907 OR; JUNE 1908.
'have gone astray because there Argyll and Longfellow. ) ,, ,
heaven The great Duke of Argyll was visiting .
wasmore. of,hell.. than of .' his 'son, tben'governor general of When you think of lumber orjbuilding' material think of us $
"in her home-but no matter what Canada and met Longfellow in the ., and the fact that we have completed a modern u -to-date mill-
'. work mill, and can fnrnish everything made of wood used in $
q. .
the circumstances; no: matter American poet's ancient colonial maq .... a building; from sills to comb, and that we can .
.how, qujckly repentance may lion at Cambridge. Mass. As they sat .:E(1)U e e
come together on the veranda the duke pep.slstently DO IT QUICK.Sash &
norrbow it
; sincere may be, asked the names of! the various -

there is no bringing forthof, rich ,I birds hI),saw and beard singing In Mouldings Framing Bank
robes' slaughter of the fatted the poet's trees as well as'of the flowers Doors Casings Flooring Drug e
,,,no Blinds Base Ceiling Store.
and bushes growing Ills- extend
calfvnp rejoicing,or making merr'ry Frames Finish Siding Fixtures.'IIiii'
sive and beautiful garden. Longfel : : _Whea-sbre comes 'hom It Iowwas''n'elther: botanist nor: ornithologist -Estimate. cheerfullyfurnished. Freight paid. .to your station !
,ever been thus. It will continue and did not know. JJ. if desired. '
"I was surprised to find Longfellow ,
;ltd be so until Christian people your ) ..nH : :
such an Ignorant personXsaidthe MARIANNA MANUFACTURING CO.
.-.emulate the example ()fA the Master duke subsequently to an.American ... J ,

whd; was Iso 'courteous and acquaintance.. .". M IV1WRIAINISA, FLA. &
"Indeed! Pray, on what subject?" '
,;:fender with' erring: women. He "Why be could not tell me the : L.OINa DIBT.ANCBThe PHONB'B a. :

reclaimed them time. His of'the birds and flowers to b. -d ,
..' them every. 'deeper .into heard names and seen In his own garden. U ..........................

"May I.ask. how! 'rnan '. 'Iangunr, ,
;/ or condemn them to lives be- \ -
speak? tbe American asked -
-"bind closed curtains yon New York 'World DR. R. E. TILLER.
.. '. by denying "Certainly-but one,! tnoo.

.i them sympathy; society andbblpiagbands "Mr. Longfellow," was the answer Thrlce-a-week : DENTAL SURGEON,
"speaks six and translates freely from
'f; The appallingtnmber ;--- >
eJmoa all 'laDf1ages'of ,*'*!
.- t the Europe : ) Florida
pt- erring women and- the- J The Thrlce-a. week.World hopes to be Chipley -
o In 1908 a better paper' than, .It has ever
demoralization+ jtb y are workingtowns .' A b.-aded Contingency.., been before and it has made'Its, arrangements Office orer First Nat'l Bank. "

fin; and cities should arouse A young'glrl,of fourteen was taking accordingly Its news service cov

fyto a saner'waythe Christ a trip on Lake Michigan In'a small ? V era'the entire globe and It reports' every COOK'&McRAE
steamer. The lake was somewhat thing fully, promptly and accurately. It ,
f t y'j: yr ning them back to 'rough, and.many. were seasick, .The; Is the only paper, not a dally which Is as Attorney at a'W.rOffice .
;fbe right, path.. girl sat In the bow. and was unusually VJ. good as a dally, and which will keep you '
rs a.l=I i' : .-....' ;..... .. r'j. quiet farther, L "Ara you feeling sick. as completely Informed of 'what. ls hap. eve'''. Natloul...t.
daughter?" lnqulred ter father. "Nof posing throughout the world.

y Good DeflDidoD. I don't, thlnk.l am sick 'bat. ,I), fhpujd ', ".-'' "r The Thrlee-a week World:Is fair"In Its Careful attention. Collection given Made.all matter' entrusttomvcare.

hate to.yawn.-Life.: 'II J political reports. You can get the truth ,A.pntfor rMpaulble time and ......tcd insnranoecompanies. '
4 The moto cAr. ,bids fair toChange' l .. .' ', .,.', to. from Its columns whether you are a Republican ,
; ; < 'Blocking 'Him.--' Democrat, and that Is what
history, e'ven natural hfs.tiiry or
"Say, old man" began Borroughs' .-4. want.A .
.:tr C said W. B. Rogers. moter- lend me your -eaY, 'for' awhile,", 'will '., spealal feature of the Thrlce-a-weck CURTIS L. JONES'''
ijpg expert, at a dinner in New you 1"' World has always been IU seial! fiction. ,

"My friend"; .rep Jed Wlwv shrewdly f", .. publishes novels by the, best authors In ,
tJrork. suspecting a touch "I'd gladly lend ,. the world, noves whlcfi 111'boo\\( form sell Notary Public State at Large. '

was examining*,a.class. 'about 'C61.Roosevelt's l" able :to. hear lyon;ask:; lend;you this respect will be maintained. In the future -. All business entrusted to

;! ,iel African trip anything else."-Catholic Standard and .. .. as In the past.
esp Times., ... The Tbrlce-'a-week World's' regular my care 'will have my prompt

+.cially about the.." specimens, ''......' < 1, .....__ 'l. '!-" t II '. .' : subscription price Is only $1.00 .per year i attention. Fees reasonable.1 -1, .J. w l
iliot. ? .:%--..d +,r 3 -< I .1 ". !<<' .. fl"c ner.t.nt. 'to s Av ; .... and this pays for .156 papers. We offer V .' r

4'Thinking of the rhinoceros, She (pretty, but sedate)-! admire. a this unequalled newspaper and The Ban ; Can be found at Post Office:
I ach man who holds fast to his Ideal. '" er together for one jeer for $1.65. The .. ';;: "Wr'!,}""
:( je t saldrtd' adullsleepy; 'He (a ninny)-But-bat you won't let regular subscription price! o{the two pa Wausau Florida'; "
IJ .k _.boy. _. : mo.-Boston Herald. I perils, $, ,
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] Town' 'Topics: [ Thanksgiving Day. ] Personal. [ ,

,: The subject is so well under- j 1 1Here

stood that it seems superfluousto FARMERS \
Phone the Banner the'jf 't1 oral' repeat the significance of the L.,E. Miller of-Philadelphia... is HINtS.TO ,

r news. '"io'l observation of a day of generalthanksgiving bere*'this week. ': _

Thanksgiving! Do you feel for the largenessthe W. CkButler, Jr., spent Tues- 'I i ,
thankful? ,. year has brought to us; and day at Campbellton. Now'is the time that you real- .
,, ? because by this month, the >
Printer's ink is a business pul- fruits of the forest field and gar- Judge I. A., Hutchison, of Ver- ize on your season's work. ,
in town Tuesday.
non, was
ler. Try it. den are all harvested, the day i is As you sell your cotton, grain, }

Friday and Saturday were one that may be observed by all W, C. Lockey was up from ,.
Vernon and the 'Tues stock or other "produce, place
"dripping" days. without interfering with the care spent day ... '

sale of any crop. This is the festivalof : day. your money on open account with ,
Old papers for at the Banner
the home-comers the reunion John M. Harper spent Friday -
reliable ank.
office; 15c per hundred. : a ,
'.' of friends and relatives and we here looking after business mat- '
One of the cheeriest things in :should strive to make of it indeeda ters.( Pay all your bills by check, '

,the world is a sunny face. Wear day of gladness and thanksgiving. which makes the best kind of a
A. McQuagge; and wife are "
one. gathering about us, 'our
spending today with relatives in receipt, and avoid the worry and ,
the bargains own'-we should.ri&JJforget those
Everybody go to see Holmes Valley. ,
at Wells Bros. Store. Why who are strangers, or far'' from danger attending the carrying

,not you? their loved ones, or alone in the W.,P, Lassitter, of Panama of large sums,of money. (

:": in world. Of these, there are nota City, was in town shaking hands ---' '- .
Apparently meat dealers few in every city, town or vil- with friends Friday. \ Our'offices are always at the
Chipley have not been advised of I '.
age, and many a heart aches with Walter Sessoms and wife was disposal of our customers and
'the drop in prices. .
loneliness, making no visible over from Bonifay"and spent the

The city will'commence workon sign.: There are many young' day here Monday with! friends.W. country friends.%.

the new water' works 'about. people who are far from home, '
O. Wells and wife was over
the 1st of December.A and the holiday given them on,I ,
from Alford and spent Sundayand
wreck near Milton last Friday this day, would be far happier, it' part of Monday with Mr. The First National Bank

caused the mail train to be they were allowed to work, for ,

aboutfive, hours late. they would thus be among their Wells'parents., v OF CHIPLEY.
.r kind, and the day would not /Messrs'S. A. Altord and A, A>
A circus will exhibit at Cotton- ..
seem so dreary. Many men and fend G. M. Myers spent several I
dale next week. We are glad, it '
days at Jacksonville.last week attending -
women, seemingly prosperous, I ,
gave Chipley the g. b. : the meeting of the naval
with homes of their own, wouldbe J

Quite' a number'ot the Mem- glad to share the plainest diner stores operators. in this bright, beautiful Convinced."I .

bers of the local ,bar attended with some friends, for the )
R. E. Williams was ove | gladsome world of ours-let us believed in advertising -
court at Marianna last week. sake of the day, but they feel from Marianna and'spent a few be thankful. Thankful for the until declared the sad-
Have you been to Ennis & that more would be expected of hours Monday night shaking work we have to do, for the on- faced

Coleman's furniture store yet? them than they can give, it they hands with friends and looking ward march of all things; thankful man.

They have something to interestyou. were the entertainers, or, if entertained ,)fter some business. matters. SV for the blue of the skies, for. hAnd what has convinced ,you?
I I I asked being a man
that some return i the clouds that hid the sun only

It doesn't cost a merchant a would be expected, which they Dunn Coleman' Co. has the bat it may shine the brighter; and therefore advertising.interested in the'

cent to advertise in the Banner. could not make. Thus, people hardware and the prices are for the starry depths through matter

'The advertising pays its ,own are kept apart through misunderstanding right. which we circle; for"the gracious I saw what a rushing businessthe -
each other. Whatis sheriff did selling my stockof
earth which dwell
hats with upon we ;
it the Bible tells tfs bout the Cigarrette together goods after advertising it.only
way.We thankful for hom f., far the love of
all other kinds, 'at J. R. MeGeachy's -
understand that Josh Peters '
four times.
"giving that enriches the giver?
: child, mother, wif.J,, bus band,
/ will move to Bonifay, wherehe Do we ,understand? Try to '" friend; thankful that we have ... ..
will engage in the ,mercantile For teA good paying livery
make heart thankful today.
power to will and to be, and that; At the present time the Re
usiness. J The world is.too chary of its ten- business in Chipley; reason for learning to know-
as we are publicans have a large majorityin
; /*It is better to have good. intentions der thoughtfulness. Let .us be selling, am going' to farming.R. .- nothing good'is denied us; thankful the United States Senate. In

/ than none at; .all, but it's thankful that we may offer the U. Harrell. always, that, whatever yesterday the Sixty-second Congress it

/ the fruit and not 'the- blossom' "cup" of water, and if we can Don't' tie your stock out in the I ,.whatever today, there is seems now that the two parties i.

\ that makes the, pie. / put into the hand of some one rain or-the cold wind; they suf- I I still the dawn of a tomorrow. will stand-Republican, SO;Democrats '
Sunday was a delightful day.Theatmos.phere starving companionship, j justa fer enough from service; do not I. 42. In the fifty must 'be >
few crumbs of kindness, let 'us With broom<< corn, selling at -
!was clear, the place,.unnecessary 'punishment counted such Republicans as' La-
be glad to share with'', them our them. *; $75 per ton and an acre of our
sky was blue, the air bracingand upon Follette Cummins, and some
joys. Let this be truly a ,t" "!' ordinary piney woods land 'tis
the sun shown brilliantly. others of their mode of thinking.If .
Thanksgiving day. "For Sale. said will, produce from one to
It is said that mosquito lays ; they'have heretofore been honest -
two tons; what's the matter with
forty eggs a day. How would it A 20.acre farm, one mile southof I and sincere in their utterances -
broom corn as a side crop?
Chipley. it ought not to be,difficult for
do to let a few run among the You've been working around "
hens these days for breeding 80 acres farm, 50 acres in cultivation He looks dfferent-better- them to help the Democrats
that one big stump in your field
miles south of himout from all frame laws that will
purposes.s for years. Now split it up. ; ,three you can pick remove some
of them. Marks'Tailoring of the burdens
Chipley.; now resting on
blast it or get rid of it in some
How easy it is to see the handof 40 acres farm; 22 acres in cultivation Co. makes his clothing, J. R. the,country. At any rate tariff
way. A'day's or perhapsless
providence when things are makes the field perfectly ; 5 miles sou'th of Chipley.For bfcGeachy takes his measure duties cannot be made any higher .

going the way we want them too, clean and smooth.A full particulars apply to and guarantees satisfaction in unless the present Congressin

and how difficult when things go MORRIS BROS. every way. Come in,and order its few remaining days sees

; to the contrary.. report has been circulatedthat Chipley, Fla. your winter suit. Do it now. proper to raise them.DuiiriColernan .

The Chipley Hardware Co postmaster Schell would not ,.. ..-,.-
last week received a solid 'car be an applicant for reappointment. -

load of the genuine Oliver plows. He advises us that the r- .

,Nothing so good as an Oliver report is a mistake; that he WILL w

plow for satisfactory work. I be an applicant for: reappointment -

and expects to get the appointment CO.> Inc.
Bonifay had another fire Tues-
too.Br'er ., ,
day night. The residence of W.
(Successors to DUNN HDW. Co.)
J. ROb-rts;; valued at about$2,000 Williams says: "Ef you

i don't feel thankful, don't try ter
was burned; 'partly insured. '
,:r Capital Stock: $15OOO.
Some of the household goods look it, ez no oqe ever',succeeded ,:., .

.. were saved., in doing dat sort o' thing\ You ..e..e.. .... .......811."

will only throw a gloom on de '

A small fire occurred at the happy faces o' de other folks by "Hord'W'ore'ls our "IwOti Sul .. "

residence of Mr. Bachelor's- last not saying "Amen" w'en dey ** r

Friday evening, about 4 o'clock, shouts "Halleluia." We are the first people to regulate the prices on Hardware,

but not much, damage. was done,
as the fire alarm, was' given, and A. D. Campbell, the fertilizer Wire Fencing, etc.
help responded at once.. man, received a new fertilizer
machine Tuesday, which he will We are headquarters for Buggies and Wagons, Coffins and Cas '
The Dunn-Coleman Co.' have
install in his, fertilizer plant at kets Stoves and Machines and
absorbed the business of'the Ranges,.Sewing Washing Machines
once. The new machine is one
Dunn Hardware Co. and will con- of the latest make, and will turn all kinds Shelf Goods Harness.,Saddles, Bridles etc. \
tinue business at the stand.
same ,
out 600 bags of fertilizer each -
Dunn-Coleman Co. stands for day. It cost $1,250.00.The Builders Material a Specialty. Improved, Farm Machinery, Cut

the,Big Hard ware Store. See?
/ j sun shines somewhere all lery, Ammunition,,Paints, Oils, Varnish, etc. '
i', The family fireside may be, '
and ought to be, the most charm- the time and never'grows weary We' also deal in Live Stock
task. Because its capacity is
ing place on earth to each mem-,
> limited so as to'tor bid its rays to
ber of the household during the fall in our little sphere all the ,. We Solicit your Business and Guarantee Satisfaction. i

long winter, evenings. As an aid time, why should we complain I
toward making it so, parents '
when cloudlet .
a "
creeps over us Dunn=Coleman Co.
should see to it that good wholesome while the sun is warming other ,_, '

reading matter;.,books, papers I -
and magazines suited to the A. G. McQUAGGE General
I ,, Manager
member of the 20 Ibs. nice white Sugar : .
tastes of. each I _
.4 ."
family are provided. for $1, at Schell's. .

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