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Place of Publication:
Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
December 1, 1910


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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.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
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Evap.: Peaches, 15c. lb. two Ibs. for 25c.fPrunes .. .. you I I
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I Dunn Coleman. Co.' has the School at Home. Everybody goes to J; R. McGeachy's Wanted.Young men and ladies Ito j
'PI : to get shoes. They attend the West Florida. Busi- >
hardware and the prices are Let the Carver School teach you. by
,w right- > mail, the Art of Photography. wouldn't do this, if they didn't ness College Marianna, Fla. Experienced ': 1

If you are seeking a profession that Ret.just what they want. 'Teachers, thorough i;
INSURANCE It is said that too much sweets
is not overcrowded and one that is remunerative work, first class advantages.
Dunn Coleman Co. solicits: and f
will make a man sick, but you. respectable and pleasantyou

"F. B.,CALLAWAY, Agent. can't hurt' him.with taffy. are advised to take up photography appreciates your business. See J. R. McGeachy has just re- i'
'i -Let the Carver School teach them when you need hardware.
ceived of shoes |
Cigarrette bats together: with ,large shipment
U-kin pleased' to ?)rlterf"'
Chipley and vicinity, that I have purchased If you are an amateur photographerand Quite a number hunting parties and at prices to suit your pocket ;,
wish to make better pictures at a
i the l insurance business of Buell..
Cook. lower cost, or wish to become a pro were out Thanksgiving,' and book. Call and see us before i i
Dunn Coleman Co. sells wagons ;-
5Jl represent only the very best com- fessional-Let the Carver School teach nearly all of'them returned with buying. ;
and ,day.
buggies every
panies-those time tried and fire test- you. well filled bags. The quail seem'to
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ed. If you are not Insured I would be Why If you are a professional and wish be plentiful this year. '
glad tG'write,-yotr'a policy. least money. to produce work that will be a pleasure DR. T. G. YATES, :

jThe; value of insurance cannot be There was no Thanksgiving .to your customers, and a creditto J. R. McGeachy constantly' With TWENTY YEARS' : .
rated.' Ask a man who owns a policy you-Let the Carver School teach keeps oa.handa, full line of wens
services at of the churches, :
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if be will sell it! The savings of' a and boys suits, which it EXPERIENCE aa an
lifetime may be wiped out in a' few so our good people spent the dayas you.The Carver School of Practical Photography to if ,, in EYE SPECIALIST i
see, you are .
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minutes: Not so, if you are insured best suited their pleasure.. offers twenty cemplete, prac- WILL BE AT
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Therefore I would advise you to tical and Inexpensive courses covering .
( For Sale.-A 7 room bungalo Dr. Wilson's Office.,
place your insurance with me. all branches of photographic work. Dunn Coleman Co. are1"' the '
with plenty porch room-mod- IN CHIF>lBY, 1 I"
Write now for full information, it is
in respect. All cash wire fence people. Don't forget From ELEVEN to SIX o'e .ck j
F. B. Callaway ern every free and places you under no obliga-
1' or part cash and balance easy. tions. Address' I they are the first people to ever First Tuesday In Each Month.

Insurance Agent. For particulars write Box' 67, THe Carver School of give you the benefit' Of theright g,. Examinations FREE. : I

Chipley, Fla. Reason ''tor sell: Practical Photography.Lock prices. Give them your busi-1 My Fennacola office, Is' Room No 410-( 4

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According to the official countof r _

I Church DI"eelory. the returns of. the thirteenth "Sure Cure""I

M. E. Church, South.-Preaching every census, the population of the
1st and 3rd Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. state of Florida is 751139, as would like to guide
B. O. Williams Pastor.
Sabbath School 10 a. m. W. N. Sheats, compared with 528,542 in 1900, suffering women to a sure THE .

Superintendent.Prayer Meeting Thursday_ nights. and 391,422 in 1890, says a spec- cure for female troubles*
writes Mrs. R. E. Mercer
Young Men's prayer meeting Tuesday ,
nights. Everybody cordially Invited. ial to the Jacksonville TimesUnion of Frozen Camp W. Va.

from Washington. "I have found no medicine --
Baptist Ohnrch-Preaching every 2nd The increase from 1900 to equal to CarduL I

and Sabbath:: 4th Sunday.School 10 Rev.a. m.Collier.pastor., )'. C. Hawk. 1910, therefore, is 222,597 31.1 i had suffered for about
Superintendent. four Would have BANN\ER.1
Prayer Meeting Wednesday nights. per cent, as compared with an headache years.for a week at a AND THE -'

increase for the proceeding de- time, until I would be 4. Directory.Omcehours7:30a.m.to7:00 cade of 13710; or 35 per cent. nearly crazy. I took Car- BOTH ONE YEAR FOR $ ,1.50.
p m.; .except -
and I have
Sundays. The distribution of tbe population now never .

Eastbound mall closes at 10:20: a.m of the state by counties is as the headache 'any more."
West-bound mail closes at 5:10 p.m. B53
Mall from Vernon arrive at 10 a boundmall. m.l follows THE TWICE-A-WEEK! TIMES-UNION is the Tuesday and ._
and leaves on arrival of the east Counties. 1910 1900.
Alachna, 34,305 32,245 UCARDUI Thursday issues of the Daily Times-Union and: oop..
Sunday hours: 11:30: m., to 12:30 p. m.,
Money Orders l Issued at all hours when Baker, 4,805 4$16 tams all the many features that go to make firat-dliuu -

office Is open except Jundays.J: P SOU.ELL P. M Bradford, 14,090 10,295 liaa metropolitan newspaper and many special feature .

Brevard, 4,717 5,168 The Woman's TonIc which are found in no other newspaper. -

Our dabbing List.BLNNEa Calhoun, 7,465 5,132

and Semi-weekly Atlanta Citrus, 6,731 5,391 I I The pains from which I ADDED FEATURES
Journal per year 11.75. Clay, 6,116 5,635 many women suffer every
3 York___
r Bsxxsaan.".. Thrice s-week hAW n Columbia month are unnecessary.It's
17,679 17.094
World, per year, 91.6S. not safe to trust to These issues-contain the very latest mancet report
BANNER and Semi-weekly Times. -Un Dade, ::11,933 4,955 strong drugs, right at the, .
it and.Citizen, per year, $1.60. DeSoto, 14,200 8,047 time of the pains. and a department devoted to Horticulture, Agriculture

I1.2S BANNER and Home and Farm, per year Duval, 15,16339.733 Better .to take Cardul Poultry, Eto, .

Escambia .36,549 28.313 for a while, before and !
f after, to strengthen the A SAMPLE COPY of the paper will be sent to you
Franklin5,2 4,890
General Directory.STATE system and cure the cause. on request to the publishers. "
OFFICIALS. Gadsden, 22.198 15,294 This is the sensible,

Governor-Alber W. Gllchrlst: Hamilton, 11,825 11,881. I the scientific, the right way. THIS PAPER is the leading weekly. newspaper .

Secretary of State-H. Clay Crawford. Hernando, 4.997 3,638'' Try itNothing of this section and should be a regular visitor to jour

Attorney GeneralPark Trammell. Hi11sboro; 78,374', 36,813 home.,

Com. Agriculture-B. McLIn. Holmes, P.557 7,762
Treasurer-Wm V. Knott. Jackson, 29,821 23.377 THE SUNDAY TIMES UNION/in'c1i Jng the

Supt. Public Instruction-W. H Hollo- I Jefferson, 17,210' 16, 95 newsboy 1 Was kuew the," ,said Matter."A a.yachtsman illustrated Sunday , i :Any. d

way. Lafayette, 6,710 4,987 "took to the sea. He became dress for $1.50"er year. -
Comptroller C. Groom. Lake 9,590 7,467 cabin boy on a trump collier. He was-
Supreme Court-Thos. M. Shackleford, a good boybut IF YOU WISH this paper -The Twice-a-Week
Cler Lee 6,294 2,925 "Once, when our 'white, squadron'was
Chief Justice M. H. Mabry. Railroad Commlssfon-E. Hudson Burr, Leon, 19-27'! 19,887 'at Newport, this collier steamedIn Times-Union and The Sunday Times-Union, each for
8,603 her slow way shoreward .with herenslgu" add $1.50 to the above and send remittance
Chairman j R. C: Dunn, Clerk. Levy 10,161 'one year,
unslde down,the slguul.of distress .
Judge first judicial circuit-J. Emmett Liberty, 4,790 2,956 -distress of the direst. Instantlya today; .,.or ifyou, would prefer the Sunday Times-Union .

Wolfe Pensacola. Madison!' 16,919 15,44.6 pretty sight was' to be seen. Every -
circuit-J. instead of the,twioe-a-week: add BOo to::price above.
Solicitor first Judicial lowered'a-
State Manatee 9550; 4J63 warship.In the fleet ,
Walter Kehoe. ; and all of those beautiful, snowy boats,
Marion, 26,941 24,403 manned' by- jackles lu spotless white
21,563 duck raced for the old collier 'SEND YOUR ORDER TODAY TO'
U. S. LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS::! Monroe, .18q06 'grimy _
at' breakneck: speed-a pretty sight In
Gainesville, Fla. Nassau 10,525 9,654
H.S.Chubb, Register; ,
deed. The captain of the collier stoodon
Shields:: Warren, Receiver Gainesville. Orange, 19,107 11,374 the bridge. He waved his bat, and Chipfey_ 'Banner, Chipley, Florida. '

I Osceola, 5,507 .3,444 the crews pulled all the faster. As
WASHINGTON COUNTY OFFICERS. : Palm Beach, '5,577 they drew close they heard the man's .. .. '
Circuit Clerk-W. C. Lockey, Vernon. cries. ......,.,*.... tiM MMlf tfsUHere's
County Judge--J. R. Wells,Vernon. Pasco, 7,502 6Q54 "'Co le oni! Pulll! Get down to It!' ':
Polk 24.148 12,472 he roared, dancing about wildly.
Sheriff-C. G. Allen Chlpley. .
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Whaf the matter, captain r the
Treasurer-H. B. Tiller, Vernon. Putnam, 13,096 11,641St.
drat officer' to reach the collier asked :
rax Asssssor-J.J. William, Chlpley. Johns, 1.3.208 9,165. breathlessly, ; a Good 'Slogan for'l
Tax Collector-W. Br Gainer. Kconnna.!: "
Supt.: Public Instruction-B. F Gainer, St. Lucie4,075 'Why; nothing's the matter,* the-

Wauaau. Santa Rosa, 14,897 10.263 captain. answered in a surprised voice. and Better Business. : '
Supervisor of Registration -J. W. 'Then why's your ensign. upside Bigger : ;
Sumter, 6,696 6,187 .. down f"The
Gainer Countv, Econflna.Solicitor A. D. Carmichael, Suwanee 18,603 14,554 captain looked aloft, then ......u4IIssISu.u.s.

Chlpley. Taylor 6,103 3,999 frowned."'It's that''boyHank again,' said he.. DON'T_ BLOCK THE WAY! _:' r
Thos.Collins, Cary- 16,510 '
County Surveyor- Volusia
10,003 'And here I thought it waa a regatta.**
vllle Fla.CountJ. 1.
WakuUa 5,149
Commissioners: Walton 16460'; 9,346 Sided ,_ Move as fast as the the'procession.move out.. Take the i

J. M. Simmons, Chairman VernonS. "One need only to try his luck at any pace of the company' you are in or make way for tbe man'I I
Washington ,.
W. Bush, Chipley. 16,403 10,154 of the Riviera gambling palaces to "
B. F. Evans, Vernon. learn how slender are -the chances to behind. -tDon't
J.' H. Porter.Millvllle.' .. I ,
Totals 751,139 528,342 win roulette, say a German corre
J.T. UIghtower,Vernon. ... spondent writing from Ostend. "But st nd.ln the wan.of new ideas. Don't pausein'the'
School Board: If be would experience the gambler's .
G. B. Bush Chairman, Orange Bill The pension office-is one of tbe disadvantage at Its'best let him come path. of better. system. Don't. settle' down on the.- ladder of .l\,''
S. J. Gainer, St. Andrew. bureausof to-Ostend and join the baccarat play -- ,I'
biggest money handling success.Don't be a barnacle on the ship of progress. ;
W,'F. Ross, Vernon. ere. The game as It Is played gives .
the government Since the civil '.
-< the man who'place's his money againstthe '
CHIPLEY' CITY OFFICIALS.! : war it has paid out about $4- bank* no chance ;whatever, and if it Change means progress. Progress means advancement 1,
Mayor -J. T. Brltt. 000,000,000 in pensions. More were known how much money is sac. .
-Marshal-W.D. Peters. rlflced In a season In the endeavor to .
Clerk and Trea.surer-W. W. Cook. I than 3,000,000 applications have win by luck and by system the public Advancement means. movement.- MOVE! .t1,
Council-A. D. Carmichael, chairman, been filed, and upward of 2,000- would be horrified. It-Is nothing unusual :

C. B.Dunn,J. McGeachy, C. E..Tharp '000 of these have been allowed. for the bank to win twentyfourtimes DON'T BLOCK THE WAY! i
W. O. Butler, Jr. before an -outsider' wins once. \
There about 950,00fipensioners : '
are The people who; play, if they have ever
carried on the rolls. ,Applications played before, know this.and still they

are still coming in at I they come depart again and'respond'plant,to their the'gold: call In until the . . . . . . .
; The BannerChipley the rate of
some 66,000 a year baccarat mire in the hope that it will "
and are being allowed at tbe rate bear fruit. It does' But what la the ,
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of 42,000a. It has already -harvest- ?-" ... PrintingCreates ,

Fla. paid out more than 50 times as A Shocked..Scot.Tl :
much'for. pensions on account of e'London': Chr.onlde .says that two a good impression .

the civil war aswas paid out on Englishmen recently touring In' Scotland : ::
Stands for the Upbulldta of I found that Sabbatarianism occasionally among your
account.of revolutionary war. extends to the' middle of the ,I ,

,, : Chipley, The pension list on' account bf week. They were forced by'tbe weather helps to give, your business -. '
tbe civil war is more than 30 'to 'take' refuge. In a small: country
botel and after lunch Adjourned to.the tige. .
r:;: : Washington County times as great as that of all other billiard room to kill time until the rain 'pre

American wars together. topped.. The game had hardly started
We do Neat x'
?; .. 2nd Florida po when the landlord 'entered In a very : Printing .
\ drunketf condition, upbraided his via' ,* *
\ SAVED FROM AWFUL DEATH. air leasonable Prices.
tors for -their unseemly _conduct and -
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; appalling calamity In his family insisted on their leaving the billiard .
.Subscription, $1 Per .Year. / was prevented to told by A< D. McDonald room..- They received profuse apologies Banner Job Office.
..' ,of FayettoTllle, N, C. R. F. D from the landlady. Her husband iV.

; ; No. 8,."My sister bad consumption,"' he always got drunk jon Sundays, she' . . . . . .
FH We make a Specialty of .' writes, "she was very thin and Dale, bad explained, but, mistaking' the day; he :
no appetite.and seemed to. grow weaker had got drunk one Thursday. Instead, :
''I' Neat every day, as all remedies failed till Dr. and from force 'of habit, believing it .- Patronize Those Who. +
-. King's New Discovery was tried, and so was Sunday had been shocked at.toe I .
.? "T; completely cared her, that she has notbeen click of the-billiard balls. '. .
Artistic ,
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the best medicine I ever saw or heard of. Advertise in ::
Commercial Printing BANKS ON SURE THING NOW. ..
y For coughs colds, lagrlppe./ asthma "
hemorrhage all bronchial "I'll never be without Dr. Kind's NAW'Ufe
crouP. troubles'
it has DO equel. SOc, ft. Trial bottle Pills again," writes A. Mchlngeck, '
feer. Guaranteed by S. E. McGeachy 647 Elm St.*Buffalo. Y. Theycured THE BANNER.. ,
:, A The Banner me of chronic constipation ashen: all others '.
": failed. Unequaled Tor Biliousness, I
,' Jaundice, Indignation Headache Chills :'"
fcj The only explanation is that !
Malaria,.and Ddbillty. : ,,25c at S. E. MeGeachy Fair date: Oct.. 26th 27th 28th: -
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'" And yet. when you come to think had 'won the game. ,We will send the Banner free for Iia: nl.rance company: I'

of it, rather And he? -OFMarianna -
silly. It tells you the term of this school to 13
nothing that you did not 'know Oh, he's kicking around on her Florida. '
before.: cash with this stuff, wrecked and To Every White TeacherIn g .:
'$}The road to success has some ready for the grave. Gentlemen 8 i Invites ;your attention,to Its New Line Policies, as embodying; the maxi- 8

millions \signs\ that are just-as beware of kicks. If you must Washington County 8! mum of practical protection at the lowest practical price. A remarkably

.,-". senseless I and every week sees,.''a play some sort of a game, then i S i cheap contract,.but safe and conservative and backed by; home capital. U I

'r few hundred more put up. We play on the accordion. .' Who will send us the news of 8 W. H. MILTON, President. ..... I II
.. are all in the sign Directors: J.B. Gammon John Milton';Jr., W.H. Milton A. Baltzell. Ii I i
painting busi- their, community each week or I T.U. Broo"..J.M. Dillon.H.'H. Lewi. \ .III.oeoooeeeecoeccoeeeooeoeeeoeotteeeeoeeoeeecococeococe. f
ness to some extent. The less Col.] Bryan is not making his i u

',1 we know about the road, so far customary number of speeches : every two weeks at least. -- -. --.. --- "'. jJ

:'". -. as our personal is this Perhaps he hesitatesto 11'
experience year. I Correspondents, may write on If it Is Machinery you want, we have it. Write
; Concerned, ,the anything through' fear
more feverishly say
us for catalogue, prjces and terms. I
subject of general interest.
t industrious we are in putting. up that Colonel Roosevelt will appropriate any

guideposts! tor others. ,it. Our only request is that they refrain MALSBY COMPANY ':
'f Go ... .. -
:j slow. That looks!: good.Haste ,
has from using the name of any 41 South Forsylh SI., ATLANTA, GA. ;
given many- a man a Time may be money, but the 11 '

fatal fall. average man would rathergiveyou person: in a way calculated to give We sell the following well-known goods: American, I
Hench&: Dromgold Qeiser "Peerless," and Smith Myers & Schnier SawMills I
Do it
now. That also looks two ,hours talk than lend you iu all sires and capacities; Erie City, Oeiser "i eerless," and Houston, ;.
good. Delay has been as fatal as : a quarter. offense.. Stanwood & Gamble Engines and Boilers in all sizes; Challoner,and Perkins ,
.- haste in quite .. .. ,', ,.,;. '. Shingle Machinery; Band Saws, Edgers, Grist Mills, "Peerless" Threshers, J'
as many cases. :, Planers,Steam Feeds,and various other Machinery, Repairs and Mill Supplies. .
;t'Be sure. That looks even bet- Many persons!!! find themselves affecloc Let us Hear We can furnish you the best Machinery the market and at the same I
ter, but is it possible? The sure with a persistent cough after an attackof time save you money. We have no branch house. 1
InOuenza. As this cough; can be
: things otten go wrong, and the .
'. promptly cured by the use of Chamber From: : You. ,
I man with an outside/rhance frequently lain's Cough\ Remedy, It should not be allowed *** e ,
wins 'to run on IIIl'tlllt becomes trouble
some Hold by City Drug Store and S. E. ,
The man who tries to be sure ilctJeachy. We want the News

-' willing very otten to finds take that a someone reasonable is Soot on .His. Suit: < NOW IS THE TIME ..!ITO '

." chance' has cut in ahead of him They were having a spelling 1 lesson" 6O YEARS ;
and secured the prize. at a certain district school the other EXPERIENCECOPYRIGHTS S

: Pay cash. Good. The man dlall arranged in the front little of nt.holni-s the teacher were spellIng all ; ADVESTISE! I

who pays cash will never have awny for dear life* trying to see "i a

any bills-nor any credit. Most bow near they could-get to the head. t 1
The word "chimney" was given out I II
.. of the business of the world is i
to a little black eyed girl who bad been T"AOE MARK
",, '. done on credit and a good line of spelling words correctly throughoutthe Outage The best opportunities are often i.| I
morning but, she missed this one Ac.
credit is
V' a valuable asset-but
londlnn ketch and
Anyone a dewmptlnn main
by inadvertently leaving out (he "h. Quickly. uoertnln our otttiilon tree whether aa I :
'r",;, .no matter. Pay cash. Never Quick aa a wink the little boy next tlon..t.lcU"colllldenUai.Invention I Is probablypel HANDBOOK tub1g .COmmunl.onPateuta $ neirlected. NOW. is the best time j
: ; owe anybody a cent. her pounced on the word and spelledit lent free. Oldest agency for eecUrln ..nY. I
1 Patent taken through Munn A Co.reoalvaScientific I
correctly. charge la th
:' Never borrow. Excellent!
,: to advertise.
i "You may go up one. Johnnie, said ,
'" Anybody can see. the wisdom of the-teacher. I
:,1;,'"; that. But most big fortunes are "1 don't want to," whined 'Johnnie Abandaometynln.tnfedweekiyA at .nr.ol ntltta lournal.., Inr Tonn..e.t(clroalntlun S .- If hive something to sellif;
getting ready to cry. "My mother jjmrt four month*,|L Bold byatlnewadealer. you
:' ;:: based on borrowed money and would whip me If I did because I'd R Co.38IBf dw"ir* New York I

',:; most large businesses are run to get all over soot."London Fun, BraDoh e..B)5 F Bt.WaiblDBton.D.C. you want to buy something; or if'

,%! : a considerable extent on borrowed -

:-, ,; ,.. money. Might cut Have the Been announcement Put Differently.We below. For Over Fifty Years. you have a bargain, NOW is the

'I't Keep your credit good. Sure! from a New Zealand paper; "Notice. '
Mr 'Wlnvlow' ttootrilma durup
::;I 1 Good credit is available capital The Maoris who.are breeding pigs In Has been used tor over FIFTY YEARS by MILLIONS I best time to' make it known. i
; Takahue, such as Mrs. Peter and Mr. of MOTHERS lor their CHILDREN
'when properly psed. But does WHILE TEETHING with PERFECT SUC
f Sam Yates, are supposed to look after, CESS. It SOOTHES the CHILD SOFTENS < '
7. :" not this guidepost conflict with the GUMS ALLAYS all PAIN;CURES WIND .
their pigs and keep them away from COLIC and la the best remedy for DIARRHEA Don't fail to see us about your
>t"; the preceeding ones? Are they rooting my paddocks or' else if they Sold by Druffarlati In every part of the world. Be, 3*
do shall shoot I sure and ask for"Mrs.Wlimlow'a Soothing Syrup
not I
pig come
.,;: > not pointing in opposite directions across. Secretary L. every Ilowell." and take no other kind. 4ee a bottle. Spring Advertising this week. If. i

', t y' ? If you"pay cash and never This is decidedly one of the things S
'.'J :. borrow, of what use is credit that might have been put differently. ......a..rr .....,IhUU. it is business want
: "" you .
:"": :. Westminster Gazette. 0 '" 0.801
to ? And how are going "S
you you .
';l- 5 r lrCd :
'.':,, ', M !ito'keep it good if you have'nt'. The Dazzling S. rchlight. It :" 6' tl-.. olll', M.y x .

:J-,7, .' any? But perhaps this is merely On safe a dark from night torpedo no attack warship but wouldbe for i Py:": .It;..'c tl:;, ,... '< ...:! tj m .m. < The Banner can 'Get it for You. I

.;! an intimation that you are not to the searchlight. The full moon lightsup .j y .g 11<1 _i 1It: 1.1::' -J 1, f'1 wiii

.:'. ;replY too implicitly on the other a torpedo boat so that It can. be lfaB nA0.u;' C&J :::: I i

I";N: :, guideposts. You will find lots of fired produce at when the same nearly illumination a mile away.with To .. 0 [a !I..ftI..c..1 WI ; e.: mf. C'J.; .ry ****, **, .. ", ** t

'I= such intimations along the road a.'Jo.o t.J
the most powerful artificial light an : .. ..- ;:J -.. : :>> t) ,
,a.r to success.-Smart Set. electric arc of 160,000 candle power t; R rt.. .. m .
(;'\ .. ..1 placed three-quarters of a tulle high 0 ;o : .. IF YOU WANT NEAT JOBPRINTINGCALL
,'f';" would be needed If the aid of mirrors e.40 : 1t
,. i" i Ph1
: : were not available Dut with this 'g ON
danger from influenza Is il ,
> greatest ...S ;::.oCltl ; :
.' '};' of Its resulting In pneumonia. This can light and an Ingenious arrangement :::1 I "j\, Q.Q, I
:_ Chamberlain's of mirrors it is possible to surpass -
_ ':it''_: ;!'':.=, Cough be obviated Remedy by,as It not only cures Influenza the moon. Searchlights are now made ....*.<> THE BAINIVHR.Do .
"- tendency of which throw light a distance of sixty-
,. .t :. but counteracts any
three miles, but objects inn tip .Keen
;;gyp, the disease towards pneumonia. Sold by .
and S, 1<.:. only a few miles from the SOUrt.. of
!= :":. .City Drug Store .McUeachy.
tha light. The effect on the enemy is ,
'-). ,
,>.\ ; most demoralizing. When the bright
a\:- beam is suddenly thrown on the eye
:i:::' 'i'1; Aow he'Was Wrecked. the pupil contracts.violently, ; when the \
,. _
.i :
beam is removed the eye can see noth
;':: .. : :!"!r who was introducing new brandof It takes all the nerve out of n man. so
the trade. that only the best trained and most r
:.,"(.. -; condensed milk to, C' .
can continue the attack.- .
courageous '
} ,,I am not inveighing against foot- London Answers. --"JI ..> ><
i'v. .
ball as a sport. I am simply say- 'A'c., .. $,..., ," .

"t"t"; ing that when you attend a game '"'A Good> Deal} Worse."I ,-"J:" .:;:. ': ,,. ./ .... __ Yow,:\V Bnt'> I.';;,1"", ,":, '.' '. ,
had to, walk tbe floor all night ,
cannot measure
ot football you
: with the baby. Can you think of any \ .
/ .. results. You cannot prepare for thing worse than that?" '
'..f,'' :all that may happen "Yes; ;you wight have married out .
/ '' What happened to you when months In Greenland long." where the nights are six Bi.g Bargains ..; .

: ,you attended? was asked*

.:..; d 'i I'was in love with a widow. I There Is nothing commonplace which / ) "'

} "!!:.:' 1 could not say she returned my could not be made to appenr humoree.if ": IN .
.i qualnNy expres e .-GoethnIf .-., .
(affections, but I hoped that she

:did asshe was worth $30,00 in
1"ft> ": yon are suffering from biliousness '
I took that ''widow to Glotfiirig SHoes and Hats .
!cold cash. constipation. Indigestion! chronic head ,. ,
'.:K...r\ 1& game of football. I hoped she ache. Invest one cent In a postal card
'. t. excited and enthusias- send to Chamberlain Medicine Co., Des .
might get loins. Iowa with your name and address .. GO' TOJVlincHin: i
oti '. ,tic and promise to be mine. N plainly on the back and they will f.. : ,

'.;'!!"':: .. ,. .-r.-.,1" .. ', lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Bold .
Enthusiasm gradually -
/ She did..
< by City Drug Store and H. E. !McGcachy.R. .
:jfr' came until she pressed my -s- J = S Co.
{ - -----
,4'' ; band and said the word that .
''' ;
'-. ,:"",;' :made the happiest man in the F. SCARLETT
ff 'world. It followed the tremendous -

.-.!." kicrf: that won the game. Notary Public.

U' + ryes? '' -- 1

+ : '!/, I was, as you may say kicked Real Estate Handled.. t

f','K.., .. !into happy marriage.. ; ,, Collections a specialty.Office ...-,./
"> :" 'IfcfFor sure?
: .
v" And four weeks later I was In First National Bank. ? s e a




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;' THE BANNER Card of Thanks.

: Cross Roads Fla.
Douglass !
November 29, 1910.
At Chfpley,
.,....-.- To all who contributed to the .

WAUTBFt W. dOl'OllS8. BdltOJ help me to have an operation ; -

,. Entered at the potoc. at Chlplart Fla.. $1d performed on my little girls I

d C eoond claM mall matter.SUBSCRIPTION. .:. mouth for hairlip I want 1 to Have you seen : :,,1

\ BATE! : thank you again for your kind- ., ".:. \{ -

. OMH! DAB,.... ...... .... ness. .... ., : '':;'$,; '' ';'," '.',,"::.{11 .'"

. SIX MONTHS... ... .. ...... .... .... .6C I took her first to Mobile; the .' :: ; > : < :

'" THRIll! MONTHS: ,..... .... ....... ... .25 ." .. : ::: .I; :t ,. ;, ; ._ ,
(, doctor was gone. I came bac .. : .,0 "" 1,..{ ", .' -

xidTertlstnff rate furnished on application. and went t9 Jacksonville. I got The: window with .:,' rr '. :' : '.:' : > t; :;:: :; ,;

,_ ...: '. .,:' r.r;. '1.. ," : / -
of November ; .
5th :
there the day < .
on ..
i Communications on live topics, elpe- .. .. ,-. .'' .. .... .,.. '. ,'%-,. -','
of local interest, are solicited U performed I'; ''' ... ...z '
the was
1. dally operation ,. ... ...: : r '
is understood, ho ever, that the publish <
'\. .' : :: -
of THE BANNKB' will not be responelbhfor on the 7th; I stayed nearly Crosset Shoes. ..I. .

l opinions expressed by correspondent three weeks and we came home x : c : '" ': i : .:. :
I ,; I. : : ; ; :
. TTK BANNKB: wants a live representative Wednesday. The operation wasa : : : : ; ;
." "
t and: correspondent at make every liberal postoffl arangegoents perfect success. Me and my; .. .. ." !' .." ". .;' 1 ,,, '..' ., '
" in the county and will ",,' ". ,: ..... .,. 'In .it?!"" N, '
with the rltcrt parties.THUR0DA.Y. wife are proud indeed. ,. ',. .. :J : ,. :. : : :.'
.very t'. .
'. . ... -. ... ./"'..-;; 1>;" ;f5r !-. ..')'. .' .

, .. Doe. I, IS>tO. While on my trip I saw many; ",; "..' : .',:>.,... "': '--: :: :? : ::" ,f:.' ::7'.><.:::: ::: ,- .- ....,
__---4 things that was new to me. Ware < : : : t

W proud of the doctors we haveIn < .. : .;. If.ot. ; see it ; :"" ,.' .. : .. .'

oranges J. B. Glen last week'exhibited grown some on this old state of Florida' Give }<. .'::'U.w:: ; < ; : 'i:,; >i .:,,'.:. ; \: '
home < L.-
me this state for my every: I ., ..
a tree in the yard at bis borne on time. tam a'native of this state .. .. ..., $3.eO".to. !E.o.kCam :; ..."F '<
3rd street. They looked very and I love the name of Florida. :. : : 5. :
: fine. . .. I want to spend my"time and ? : .. --tr: ; ; } ?:. r

in Florida.. I also find '
Democratic representation i in money '
the lower house oi Congress i is we have got one of the best coun- : :. "
& Dekle Co.:
227 against 163 Republicans and tries in the world; I saw people< C bell .

from almost all parts and got the stf"
one Socialist, according to the' news. I am better satisfied than "". .: "

\ rosier published'last week. ever before. With kind regard ." ..,; >c :> '

I "aI and respect to all the readers of .
the Chipley Banner, I remain. r '
I J. T. Sapp one.of our progressive -

farmers living near Oak .. a

Hill this year from one-eighth ( ,

an acre of land gathered 4. Less than four weeks until to exist Is Twenty Years unbar sooner Article VIII. set my band and official seal this the' 21st '
Christmas. How about that The names and residences of the subscribing day of.November..A. D. 1910.
bushels of sweet potatoes. This dissolved by law.Article Incorporators of this corporationand (Seal.) 'J. L* Russ, Notary.
bushels Christmas advertisement, VI. the number of shares and the amountof Com expires 20th Aug." 1913.-
is the rate of 450
at of this
The business or businesses cor- I each as follows
stock subscribed for are .
Merchant. M'r'l poration shall be conducted by a Boardof by State:: of Lowndee County "-
the ,
acre.. not less than three nor more than five E. P. Valdosta Georgia This day before the subscriber person -
.. a For Sale.-A good,paying } Directors a President a Vice-President One hundred Rose and twenty shares ally appeared E. P. Rose of Valdosta,
and a Secretary and a Treasurer andsuch Georgia, known to me to be the IndlTldu- .
the value of One.
The farmer bends the.knee' to< Chipley; reason for other officers and agents as this (120)hundred at dollars par each.512.00(1.00 al described In and who signed the fore

and is less disturbed by to farming. corporation may, through its Board of J. R. Dasher Pt. Washington, 'going notice of Intention to aaply) for let
none, : selling, Secretary ;
Directors authorize. The offices of One hundred and twenty tern patent and proposed charter,and acknowledged -
the world-wide reign of graf R. 'U. Harrell, and Treasurer may be held by the Florida shares ((120)) at the par value i before me that he executed
t same person officer may .be a of One hundred dollars each..... 12,00000 .. the same tor the uses and purposes there-
. and greed than any of his, fel- Hardware member of the Boar of Directors. The A.J Loudermllk Pt. Washington in expressed and as his free act and deed
If you want any notify said officers shall severally perform' such Florida Ten shares (10) and that his signature thereto genuine.
lows. May be live long the Dunn-Cole Co. ,They duties and' receive such compensation of the value;.of One hundred In testimony whereof 1 have hereuntoset

prosper-this son of toil-who is therefor as the by-laws of this corpora- dollars par each.T...,.....,...- 1,000,00 my band and official seal this the 83rd
guarantee to sell you the sam tion shall prescribe. The Board of Directors day of November, A. D, 1916.Seal. -
the balance wheel of the uni shall be elected by the stock-hoi Total amount stock sub8crlbed$25,000.00! ( .) W A, Burdette;
goods for: less money. ders at their regular annual election and In testimony whereof we have hereuntoset N. P. L. Co. Oa.
verse. the Board of Directors shall elect the of our hands this the 16th day. of November I" Com; expires Dec. 29. 1913.-
fleers of this The Board of
a corporation. A. D..191O.
,. ,
NOTICE Directors and officers of this corporation E. P. ROSE.
It you have not got enough interest shall tie elected upon the second Wednesday J. R. DASHER:
Of Intention to Apply for Letters Patent of January. A..D. 1911. and annually A LOUDEBMILK. .William A. BlountOF <<
and pride in your town to< Notice Is hereby given that the subscribers thereafter In such manner as the bylaws
do anything toward building i it hereto Intend on-the 3rd day of of the corporation may prescribe. State of Florida, Washington County. ,',
The officers who to conduct the business 7 "
are subscriber
January, A. D. 1911 to apply to the Governor This day before the person PENSACOLA,
up and inducing settlers, by all of the State of Florida for Letter or businesses of this corporation ally appeared JwRv"Dasher and A. J. ."or
Patent the subscribers and until those elected at the first election Loudermilk of Pt. Washington, Florida Candidate for .
cleans not tun it down and Incorporating E. P. Bose J. 1(..
those who hereafter be associate shall be qualified are each of whom Is personally known to me
may ,I Dasher and A. J. Loudermilk as the be the individual described In and who StatesSe1nator. -.
share and their I United >
with them holders (
who as
unock other people are,, trying successors Into a body corporate under Board of Directors; E. P. Rose as Pres- signed the above and foregoing notice of :
to build up the town and the laws of the State of Florida to be ident J. R. Dasher as VicePresidentand Intention to apply tor letters patent and .
A. J. Loudermilk as Secretary and .
known as Roae.Da8ber'rurpentlne Company the proposed charter and each acknowledged ;
county by bringing new people in pursuance of the proposed charter .. Treasurer of,thla corporation. before me this day that be signed
adopted by them and hereinafter< Article VII. the said notice and proposed charter for
in., Forth. This the 18th day of November The highest amount of Indebtedness the uses and, purposes therein'expressed
A. D. 1910. or liability to which this corporation can and as his free act and deed and that his
B*. P. ROSE at any time subject Itself ISl Get the Banner if ,you want J. R, DASHER Dollars ($ ,ooo.OO.) testimony whereof I, have hereunto

the news of Washington county., A. J. LOCDEBMILH:
Santa Claus has headquartersat Proposed Turpentine Charier Company.ol e-Daber ,. Report of Board of Public Instruction of Washington County, Fla. e4.a.l7

the Misses Richardson's this Know all men by these presents that For Month Ending October 31st, 1910. ? :M "
the for ourselves and for
those undersigned who may become associated withus Date No Warily amt of cash )In 'hand brot. forward....... 7273 42
;year. _, share holders have and do hereby Oct.t 801 Edtiklppert.eaohaliNew Hope.. ., 35 00 b .
r form as ourselves Into a body corporate under .. a 802 Lizzie Hays teach at Duncan. .. ...... .... ..,. 45 00 :2 "
The merchants seem to be the laws of the State of Florida and .. 3 803.W T Home and asst teach at Wausau...,.-.. 80 00 kM
making preparations for a large adopt and promulgate the following charter 3 804 Ada Qendrlx teach at Nixon.....ia... .... MOO
,to-wlt: '.' 8 805- Angus May teach at Bunker.,.. 00 00
holiday trade. .* Article I. .". 3 806 Alma Langston teach at Oak Ie Ridge........ M 00'
The name of the corporation shall be 3-807 Susie Sapp teach at Oak 3500
The bargain table at,the Misses Etote-Dasher Turpentine Company. .. 3 808 David Gilbert teach at Perch Pond.. ........ 3000
... 30 OOV
Article II. 3 809 JameslwlndleteachstLlberty..hl.!: .
Richardson's is loaded with The place of business of this corpora- 3 810 Eliza Payne teach at Deadening. 30 00
I tion shall bo Pt. Washington Washing- .. 3 811 Nella Melvin teach at Panama ......,.......: 30 00
hats, baby caps;etc.. ton County'Florida with the power and ,... 3. 812 Lillian Forbs teach at Sandy Mount.. ....... SO 00
privilege of establishing and operating 3 8U Jessie Hendrix teach at Yates... .... 30 00
The young people enjoyed a such branches, offices, plants and worksIn ... 3 814 CK Taylor (2 mo) teach"at (Santa Rosa .... TOGO
the State of Florida or elsewhere In I 3 815 Dot Robertson teach at Youngstown.. .. .., MOO
pleasant social at the residenceof the. United States of America as may be .... 3 816 Oro ver Jones teach at Porter Pond.. ......... 30 00
Mr. and Mrs. T. I/' Wells deemed by the Board of Directors, of this .. 3 817 DF Cunningham teach at Pine Bluff......, 3000
corporation useful necessary or conven- ,3 818 Mary Nearing: teach at Mattox Spring.,..... MOO
Thursday evening. lent In-conducting its business or busi- ,... 3 819 J V Ross: teach at Gully Spring.:' ......... 35 09
820 steacbatUnlonlllll..3500
lessea. 8 'OradyRo
:Artjcle III. >. 8 821 M C Pitman and asst. teach at Pleasnt Gr'e.. 140 00
SAY! Good people, don't buy The general nature of the business or ,. 3 8%} Perla Parish teach at New: Honor...,.?..... ao 00 -
your Christmas novelties and businesses to be transacted by" this cor- .or. 3 833 Jahaza Rooks teach at New Orange. ....,. MOO who, is running his
poratlon shall be purchasing owning 8 824 Walter KlrdTshaw teach at Millers Feid..... 600" -
toys until 'you have seen their elllnac, working leasing and encumberIng .: 3 835 Ella Stewart teach at folly Branch... ...... ao 00 .. own merits arid against Rin2'andFactional'Politics. .
lands and timber manufacturing .. 3 83ft Sallie Portee teach at Unity.....s...'. MOO : J.
line at the Misses Richardson's.Quite acquiring and disposing, of lumber, .. 3 837 James. Russ teach at Cowford..,......,*..'..... -35 00. '., _. .
staved. timber.cross-ties and other artl- .. I 828 James Taylor new tulldlng" at Greep U..'. 9000 .
a crowd assembled at cles; opening up. owning baying leas- ., .. 8 8S9 J WButrom teach at; Bonthslde:; ,..,...,..,.." 4500 The matt who is .ruanipagainst
.. .
leg selling and operating turpentine 3 830 James Russet teach at Fountalp.??>.*.I.. 4O 00 of
Blue Pond Thanksgiving day fora farms, manufacturing the products ;. 8 831 Ida Jeffries teach at Carter... ,..........,,,U 30 00 the Perpetuation theJnjted
picnic. The day was ideal and hereof and disposing of the same; buyIng ." 3 83? LesaleC.rmlcbaelteacbatPlneLog.,,,..,,. 3D Ofl States, enatorship in
constructing owning leasing and 8 $3?. 1' J RouJbac and asst teach at !tit! Mary.. ..,- 65 00)( -
time. .. 834 D ACortey 6t Luke. ,, ...., ...? 3000 Jacksonville
they had a most enjoyable. operating saw mUh. tram-roads private .. 8 : teach at r !' : '
railroads, steam boats,, sailing vessels 3 835 Patience Roulbao teach at Sans Hill"....... sn 00
When looking around for ap- icomotlves, engines and cars; buyingand "..'. -3 836 Joanna Patton teach at New' Era..... ..'f. 30 00
selling goods, wares and merchan- 8 837. 0 H Corley: teach at Brink Hill.......... 30 00
propriate Xmas presents, dropin dies and other personal property and .... a 838 Evanah Jones teach at. David ........ ...... 33 00
doing all things requisite. necessary or *. 8 839 L,C McNeil teach at Bconflna.. '.... .... ...... 2750 -
and take a look at the bargain convenient in and about the said ousl- "I 840 Annie E Lemon and asst teach at Vernon.:.. 65 00

table at the Misses Richardson's.Dunn ness or either of them. .. 8' 841 H C Clay teach at Britton.........,. y.. ....? 3O 00
Article IV. 3 843: E 8 Edward teach at Clarkson...... t--: ?.. MOO
The authorized amount of the capitalbock .. 3 843 Lllll Harlee teach Redhead.;........... .. 30 00-
Coleman Co. have large of this corporation shall beTwen- .. 8 844 Uora Potter teach at Anderson............. .. 2500
shipment of Oliver r-Hve Thousand Dollars ($23,000.00) divided 3 845 Catbern Roulbaa teach at Myers 8tlll...... .. 87508
i ... improved into Two Hundred and Fifty 846 L W McNeil teach at Pine Flat.,... ......... 2500
plows; this is the greatest thing shares of the par value ct One Hundred 3 847 _Pearl Gardner teach at Seawrtght.... ::..or 25 00
Dollars 100.00) each, at least ten percent X 3 848 Jennett Twlno 6 days teach at Britts Still:.. 7 BO ::
in a chilled plow ever gotten ,up. of which shall be subscribed for and 3 ?49 Molselle Allen teach at Bt Joe.,.....j..w. .. 27 BOS
I paid In before said corporation shall doan 850 It F Gainer salary as Nupt .........,.....,...10000 I
.: You must see them. bu lne8s. -The capital stock of this .... 3 851 WF Russ perdiem and mileage......... .;. 850
corporation Including the amount subscribed 38:12: 0 B Bush per diem and mileage..... ........ -68a
T. L. Wells and wife last for by the Incorporators or' any 3 853 84 Gainer per diem and mileage: ... ...'eo..;, 13 00
'. part or portion of the capital stock of r.. 3 854 W F Rns9 service In es ami nation 8ept....... 11 00
Thursday celebrated their tin this corporation, may be paid iz,. proper-. .. a 855 11 B Tiller com as Treas .._ ,,-.:...'. ....... 85 00
wedding-the tenth anniversary. ty labor or services at a. just valuation '...' i ?J2/ B F Gainer office expense..._...... .........,.- 1260I -- M
.- to be fixed by the Incorporator. 857 Grading Committee //Sep'esamlnat.I.oD..... .... 14.40
Quite a number of their friends property, labor or services may be purchased .,. a 858: Cblpley Banner print report. .. .'.., .... ...... 2 00 I
or paid for by capital stock at alust .. 8 .aw: A BNellonteacb at Brock .....-....,.... .. 8000 ;[ ,i,.
: : ; called during the evening to congratulate valuation of such labor ,. 3. 800 Maggie: Robertson and asst teach at Duncan 22 75 i ,..,
: and. services to be fixed propert'l rectors 4 To amt of B )0' Gainer ex fees.. ,0.. ....-. ...,. 12 00 ,
i ...::: : : them and to leave a of t thl* corporation at a meeting called Noy 1 To amt of cash on hand to balance,... .........5141 37 '
j piece of useful tinware which for such purpose or by the incorporators.. '7283 43 728543 !:
The terms and conditions which
I rwas: to serve as a reminder of the the capital stock shall be paid upon In,. except .... 1 By cash on baud carried for ward....... ..... B141 37
>t. .. hereinbefore provided, shall Oft pre- 1 By warrents outstanding.-.t: ......:.......' &{ 30 N 1' hIRYAN ,':
j ;: .,-.. occasion. May ,they both hvej't trlbed and fixed by the Board of ,Directs "' 1 In treasury tbia date..,"...*'......... ,57J347We TMr CA./0/OATL d1 TMt IC0111 bfA11 -1
: _}? long and.celebrate many more of s of this corporation. certify the, foregoing as being correct In every particular, for the month I SIC71ON1 ITATf./1011/0A JNATOA f0AYNITra
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Article V. ending Oct. 81 1910. O. H. BUti Chairman..
,:t..t vtheir, .wedding anniversaries.: The term for which this corporation Is Attest: P,F. ilAINEIi' Secy: and t o..Hupt.! _- < --

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-- *7' 'Dressers'; fromsjy '' *,>< $4.95; up Oak Beds from 2.40, up Comforts and Blankets, from 1.25, up !

., ; :;"Wash"Stand. fro I'" 3.30'up Iron Beds, from 2.40, up Good, Brussels Rugs, from_ ,,:.1.00, upi t

,/f\ ." o d.Br"sselsArt Squares 9xl2,:. ':. '$12.50. Heavy Tapistry Brussels, 9x12 15.00 Deltax Grass ,Art Squares, :'. k i' :., ; .'.i ....7.00 toto t

J ;Smith's{ Velvet. Art Squares, 9x12,. 18.00 Deltax Grass Art Squares, 9x12 8.00 Lace Curtains, as r ; .,i -?, .55c Pre toto

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.,,:--. bch.: Among the lot are :three Ladies Dressing Tables, to be sold at" less: 'than. cost. 'And our o

.', ..1 2J'1 'Matfcipgs'' all new patters and' will. be sold at cost. V : toto:

< will to do Christmas shopping at store need to wait' till 'the last
; f' *L?JCtf j| pay you V your W our ; no day. toto

.. q\' Come early; buy early, and,. we. 'will-. deliver the goods the very day :you say. You. will ,find when

:'" ',i m'! '* 'i..Qu'""enter our store that we have the most complete stock of Furniture. and House Furnishings of tom:

1 fc* any .store in; West Florida. :

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./l\ you, one you come early, bargains are, gone. .

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The First National Bank
Notice hereby given that an election ,
will\ be held at Fountain school house on .
.. .i= Dffl Tuesday the 20th day of December, A. D. I OPDesignated PItNS1tCOLJE. FirA,
1910 to determine wfiethrr'the territory ,
.. > described In a petition duly presented to Depositary of. the United State.
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l'. ,' lie Board of Public Instruction Wash
Ington county on the 3rd day of October,
1010, In compliance with Sections 2 and 3, Oidesi and Largest: Sank In West Florida.
':fl. Chapter 4678, laws of Florida, shall become I OEGANtZED: : ;;ux.-r :io. :leeo. ,;
;: .. STALK CUTTER a tax school district, and
for the election of three (3) trustees, for Million
Half '
said district, and to determine the num- Capital Dollars. ;
ber of mills of special school tax to. -be Undivided Profits .
Sarrplu.and, : 100,000.V .
levied and collected annually for the suc -" ",
ceedlug two yearn. ,
The Parlin & Oren- The boundaries of said district If established ;, Interest Paid in Savings Department at Rate: !of 4 per cent. per Annum. .
shall be the same as stated In -
.' I clorff Co., .,Canton, Ills., Raid petition. The
First Notional Bonk .
,., ,, .
'" All registered and qualified voters residing .
Stalk Cutter
made first
the within the bounds of said districtor OP PBN8ACOLA.,
r' r.v "LN territory are entitled to vote In this :
: built 50
ever over election. I W. K.!HTBR j.,President. 'W.S.XBVBBR. Vice-Prua
r M. M. Fraiser, R. W Lambert. R. II. W.J.FOKBBD Caablen Taos. W. RBHT. Awt. Cashier. W. N. ROBBBTS. A.....Cmhler
years ago; to ay they Robinson Inspectors, and Z..11. ,Framer, I: DlreClor.-FC.Brent. W. A.Blount. W.&Keyaer. Wm.H.KDowl_ W.K.HyerJW. .
clerk. ,J:Forbes Knnwles Brai., 'l'h.. ...W.Brent. ,
are building the best By order of Board of Public Instruction 'I -
of Washington county Florida and :
a Stalk Cutter on the market In accordance with Chapter 4678, School

ar:: Laws., B.-BUSII, Chairman. High-Class, Saw I Mill MachineryWe

: Attest ,
V B. V. GAINER, Bee. and Co. 'I HuptrNOTIC = carry at our warehouse, 23 0#

4111 r ,. :-Yon: need weight In a Stalk Cottar! to do good work. You get it In this one-and I ELECTION. Ocean St.a'large' : stock of Porta-

\<.. with weahrJou'llct strcrteth. The P.& O. I la practically Indogtritctlblo. Beware of Notice Is hereby given that an election ble and Stationary Engines; Loco-
I e :'light,flimsy stalk Cutters: -709 will rue the day you buy PIJa. This one will last nflfe'tlmo' will be held at Wausau school house on. motive and Horizontal Return Flue
I 111 "t'. What"' do- tho manufacturers thomlklvcs think of! its "Back it up with an 1910 Tuesday, to determine the 20th day whether of December the territory A. D Boilers;; Saw-Mills, Planers, Edgers. -

r'f, unqualified guarantee." That j.putting It pretty atronir-what more caD you asks described In a petition duly presented to I Saws,Belting and Mill Supplies -
'.... the Board of Public Instruction of Washington I W ; also engine and saw-UlUI.up-
county, on the 3rd day of October, .
:, 1910, In compliance with Sections :2 ano 3, plies. Prospective purchasers will
i Fo F Chapter 4678, laws of Florida ,shall be find it to their interest to get our
come a special tax. school district and forth before A will
election of three (3) trustees for said prices buying. postal bring our salesman. Write for Illustrat
CANTON: PLOWS CANTON PLOWS CANTON PLOWS CANTON PLOWS district and to determine the number of: catalog. Molstoy Machinery Co.
mills of special school tax to be levied
,1- .' and collected annually for the succeedIng 22 Ocean St. Jacksonville Florida.
two years. Lona Distance Telephone No. 8'74'.
: H'd Cx The boundaries of said district. If established
OPV1ey W >. hall. be the same as stated. In

said All petition.registered and qualified voters resident : W. H. MILTON,' M.,DEKLE, ,F. M. GOLSON.i .
:il..*,. .- ,> .Headquarters for I. within the bounds of said district i President. Vice-President Cashier.
r.An'.Kinda;- or territory are entitled to vote In this
of Up-to-Date Farm Machinery election. .
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T. L.Jones J. J. Cox I. T. Barrow, First National Ban
Inspectors, and W.T. Dorne' '
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order of Board of Publlo Instruc I I
Lion of Wasnlnaton county. Florida; and M iRI1:: 1 I1.IA .. x I
.. In accordance with Chapter 4678, school ;0.r1L.
G. II. BUSH, Chairman. i
Department of the Interior.U. of the Interior, Attest: Capital $50,000.00 ,;
[ .. 8..Land. Offlccat. ,Oalarsvllle-! Fla U. Me-Land OIHce Gainesville Nov'. 12,1910.. Fla. JJ. GAINER! Sec.and Co. Supt. ,I
October 22,1910. Solicits Accounts of Banks, '
Corporations, Firms and Individuals.
tice 'h hereby Riven tha6'- John W. Notice ia hereby given that Charles H.
Ozendlne Vernon,' }Florida who, tm Davis. of Wausau, Florida who on Feb A. G. McQuagge Our twenty years experience In the banking business enables us to offer
April 11. 1007. made Homestead Entry rUo.rl18thl11041' made Homestead Entry rou,the best banking facilities of any bank In West Florida. We also have a
No. 37644 (!Serial: No. 04493), for. net of : o. 02408. for wK of neJ<( fully equipped Savings Department in which we pay interest on deposits. Accounts -
North, Bangs Section 28, Townshlo 3 Nortb, Range 13 ,
onj'( Hertlon 28 Township 2 Notary Public by mall bandied as easily as by personal interview.
16"West, Tallahassee Meridian; has filed west, Tallahassee Meridian, has tiled no : Send business
notice of Intention to make final Commutation lice of Intention to make final five year us your
proof.establish claim to the proof, to establish claim-.) the land' State at Large. F\ M. GOLSON, Cashier.
land above described, before, the County above described, before the Clerk of the
Judge at Vernon Florida, on. the '2nd Circuit Court at Vernon, I1 lorlda, on the
day cembMI191O": I 30th day of December, 1U10. Dunn.Coleman Co. ,wants to
t-claimant. names fts wttonsseat J. N', Claimant names aa wlinee!ear Raney AND HIDES
Brock Emanuel Green D. \. Evans, Bird John/ Nlckles Itunyan Nlckieg!, see you at their place, of business r.
Joe WashlnRton-. of Vernoa. Florida. Daniel 1 (. alb, ot Wausau Fla.hIa.NRYB.CHUBB FUR' HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID
.., TKd: fee paid. ,.i T.:i' '" "jtegtstere Ed fee paid. Heglster. Wool on CcmmlMlon./ Writ for price-
If' will count blessings -
r- you your lilt
.:: count them one by one and :
i or eopi:; T': as ':if they A text should be a starting you will marvel at your' : auses JOHN WHITE CO. L1KY.

ex...,pet. ,irf""'.gLcf aogwg r_by'' '''express. point.,, .ot.. an axis... for gratitudeL ,- ,.

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_ Are YouLike The Hen and the Mocklof,Bird. Overtaxed. ; FARQUHAR MACHINaayt.Q.1 P.. ,,' I

43. E. Bay Street ,11'
You can no more put a mocking '
Hundreds of Chipley Readers JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. :,:,/,y: j
This? bird in a chicken coop and .. '. ..''I "

expect it to lay eggs for the table Know What It Means. Everything. "',jb mill fed ',-' .

Tired all the time, not much than you can put a hen in a cageon The kidneys are overtaxed; plaining mill. ,,-We-itlrelgow, .elM it :: :
Have too much to do.
for hardly able to I ., ,
good anything, the front porch and think you '
tell about it in aches MatIr *-
They many the well k ,nZ.1u
drag around, just all run down.If will be entertained with sweet and I

you are, we guarantee our VI- palns- ery direct.ta.Ute user, which attttis. : : .... ,
songs. Backache aldeache, headache,
NOL will help you. It has helped Each is out of its natural envi Early aymptoma of kidney ills. a saving to our customer ..

many people around here who were Urinary troubles diabets Bright'. :6--,- ".
in this condition. ronment. disease follow. Large Stock iCasy Tens ',; ;.,... I

Now look here, 'just try one hot The eggs of the mocking bird The statement below shows) you a Send for Catalog: and Price : .

tle of VINOL, and if you are not are not worth a cent when comesto certain cure. _"L ". .I

satisfied that it did you good, come satisfying an empty stomachand J. C. Prescott, Ninth St. DeFuniak .. ,

back and get without your money. It Thatis wuibe the voice. of the hen is uncultivated Springs, Fla., says "About a year UNIVERSITY QF FLORIDA. Florida'!State College For Wot*n i
question. : ago I was BO miserable as the result
a fair proposition and shows our .. GAINESVILLE TALLAHASSEE ,
faith in VINOL, and that we do The world is full of people try of kidney trouble that I could scarcely A Superior But Inexpensive Institution for, College Arts and Sciences, Normal ...,.... ,
attend work. My whole system Florida Young Men. School of Musk School of Art, School ef 1 1ton. .
.' not want your money unless you receive I ing to do what they are not fitted seemed to be run down and I was nev- Four college agricultural experiment station: .I First. School class of Home equipneat Kooooemlcs.thro..ko t. TlBMsaifree.

benefit. for.You er free from.a dull, dragging, pain UnirenUy. 80 per extension.cent Increase 46 professors-in attendance will assistants. last. ,, Other expenses_. low. For tofcr A.(.*ssi S
We know what we are talking* ask a bank clerk if he is across the small of my back. The kid. year. Attractive bulldiog-s and campus For address.
EIw4is. '
catalogue address A. A.MURPIUEE.Preside
because have sold
we satisfied with his job and-be will ney secretions passed too frequently
NOL for years, and have seen how and were painful when being voided. d. ..dIio .
much it has done our say, 'No, I was meant for a the- -
good among A friend finally advised me to try BARiflSR SHOt%
atrical Ask scrub We promptly obtain U. B.and Foredgn CITY
customers. manager. a Eoan's Kidney Pills and I procured a .,

VINOL is not a patent, secret woman if she would choose an- box. They proved to be just the medIcine -

nostrum, but an honest, tried and other calling and she will answer I required and I used only two j I No Waiting. .

true body builder and strength creator boxes before I was cured. ,I have not ; 0 J .
of world-wide fame delicious "Sure now, I'd like to write sad _. ._..____ _1___, : -_....._...
novels like them Laura-Jean Lib- had M symptom ui aiiuiicjr troublethen Blliuc?, Send model,sketch or photo invention lot L:>>iI.I-JU A. >>
and easy to take. Come in today and I, therefore believe my cure! < free report book ,
and start your: cure at once. You by books, and so it goes-the to be a permanent one., i How Patent to* r'1'RAQE-MARKS'I ""Writ to EerythlBfUp-t; <.y. -

take no risk. elevator boy.would be a Congresman For sale by all dealers. Price 50 '

S.E. the street cleaner a minis- cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, : : Shave 00...*' .....*)J5c.lIalrcuttillg. .
McGeachy, Druggist, ..dSc.
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New York, sole agents for the United A
ter and the sweet faced
Chipley Fla. young : 1 Shampoo, .-JSc.
; mother as she rocks her babe States. Massage, ....... "XSc.
--- Remember the name-.Doan's-and Opposite U. S. Patent Office I Hair Sing.......... 35c. .,.
Is Your Property For Sale had rather b' out making suffragette take no other. WASHINGTON O. a -

speeches. -- We Solicit Your Patronafc.: I
The Chipley Board of Trades The is full of back
world yards A Penny Saved. Very Respectfully.W. .
receiving many inquiries for where mocking birds are chucked When Benjamin Franklin wrote "A '
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homes, farms, stock lands, etc. penny saved Is'o penny earned," he D. pet re. Prop;. '
If have such for into common coops with hens. did not mean a penny skimped from .4.... .. :
yop property
to write for our confidential letter before applying I "
sale or rent, in the county, or in Which are you-a hen or a 3ur dally living or from our necessi for patent;it may be worth money.We .
mocking bird ties. That Is not "a penny saved" lathe promptly obtain V.B.and ForeignPATENTS D) J. J'
or near Chipley, and will give usa best sense. It (is a penny stolen "...
I full description of it, we will Be very careful how you ans- from yourself. A penny saved Is' a

undertake-to help you find a buyer wer. You are probably a hen, penny rescued from waste. An hour and attorney'sMARI,_ or return ENTIRE K.ttorD.7rA;
Send model. Ketch t.lnPLE,Jl"1JA."
Please state size, location and so go on laying for the world, for taken from needed sleep Is not an hour or photo! and we Bend an IMMEDIATER6Ew :
distance from town; amount in saved but an hour stolen. An hour report on patentability. We give/ .-
cultivation and timber; number it will lay for you. Be content taken from Idle gossip and turned to charges f.are legal moderate.senior .and Try us.advice, and our U..Collections. CA flidlAE.

,and condition of buildings; water with your lot even if it is a back ome good account-that Is an hour :SWIFT & CO. A :

supply, fruit, stock, etc.;namingthe lot. 'On the other hand, if you saved. AisJ It Is the same way with Patent Lawyers ttornay.tiVLttw:
our money and products. There Is ___ a-Specialty.Do .
lowest price and. ,terms and are positive that you ace a mock- no economy In self denial. It U the Opp. U.S.Patent Office,Washington,D.C. 1'plpiey.
mail or send in to
ing bird, sing as loud and sweet duty of every man and woman to live -
THE BOARD OF TRADE the fullest and best life possible, to .-
and the world will
ly as you can
Chipley, Fla. get the most they can out of life, to Botanic [ h .
hear you. nourish the body and mind and soul ,

... .. and to develop them to the highest
\ -BucTRiciAitud MaCRAmc] A sprained ankle will usually disable possible degree. This cannot be done Blood You

r *U, Lam s siaffaKlne about everybody.elecMctty.the,,I I the Injured person for three or four weeks by skimping. Economy' Is necessary, Balm '' -
\coml&ffecieBpi.sndliowtelUM This Is due to lack of proper treatment. but we must not mistake what aeon- Take'TIIElIiMfFh 0
toole. (B. B. B.) Cures the Blood I
AND Ucal.Aillofplctme.Simple s.pray.. When CbalQbe laln'a Liniment is applied my la. We must save the wastes, Through
J I effected top: the leaks; but, having saved, we
C pl.topyfra.1Iryou0Sy..m a cure maybe In three or four
l must put our savings to some good use '
fCHp days. This liniment Is one of the best "
'Sampson Pnh. Co.) ttls8 like the miser with hla
we are :
r.Beaeoa St..Beens.MSMeverybody. and most remarkable preparations In use. i
Sold by City,Drug Store and S. E. Mc- ,.fold-a detriment to society Instead of rlBlOOd PO'SOb'I
Photography latem.l. 0 a good. Qxchange.
I[PXO'rocturXYlachmlLBe.uNad AM[RICAN,, Geaehy. ; 11 not "

I I picture*,month A Startling Hat.
ly pries costettl.picture
I criUdim. questions .. PHOTO The Lesson of 1910. A 'lady'. hat which would 'no doubt Rheumatism Eczema.
I reiett.. Sample copy free s create as great a sensation today as It Why not?
If you mention thli paper. Itching Humors.
I msrla.nPhotography Following is an Associated did at the time of its first appearanceIn
I.Beacon St. Bottom. MaM.P Press dispatch "Baltimore 1302 was that worn by Blanche de a B. B.B. (Botanic Blood Balm) Is the only Bloodremedy
: that kills the oolson in the blood and then We will send TflK BANJUCB posfaldto ;
November 13.Governor Aus- Bourbon queen of Castile, wife of purifies it-sending-flood of uca. blood any address, for f 1 per,.ulOo. fez itla
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.n h A rect ftn the elrln anrfaCA. Bones Jnlnt* and wlnao-
tin L. Tnited Peter the vruvi. *i coat t36 DUU was ever the-d-uo.aae; ,.: ted.--li this 'way all Sores months; 860.for three months.Or .
Crothers States
made In Paris. The hat itself was Ulcer., Pimples Eruptions are healed and cured,
A Word With You Senator Isador Rayner and John composed of de chypre and relieved subside.paina and B.aches B. B.of completely Rheumatism changes ceases the awellinrs blood

Waters Smith and 'CongressmenJ. with great pearls. garnets and enamel into clean, healthy condition giving the akin the
work. Children, carved In the whitest rich red hue of perfect health. B.B.B.cures the .

MR. MERCHANT.You P. C. Talbot and J. H. Covington of ivory, were depicted picking,acornsof worst BOTANIC old cases.BLOOD. BALM Try it.(B. B.B.) Is pleasant and I Ee will send Tea iU.u- Md Ehc

look have consented, at the request pearls; from the oak and scattering =i a/a tpurlflee to take and composed enriches at the pure blood.Botanic B. B.Ingredients B.strengthens New Yrok Tbrloe-a-Week World oas,Il si.
cannot about you 'of the Baltimore Sun to them to the'swine below. Birds were the nerves and builds up the broken down for $1.63. .

on the streets without seeing singing In the trees, and at the foot DxuooisTa.Ions'lor home SI cure.PB* Lean BoreLs.with c;:;j. -
act committee to further
people who have as a a were bees stealing honey from the SAMPLE BaRT Fuss by writing to BLOOD '
: money. BALM Co.. ATLANTA GA. When writing for
suggestion that conference of from the verdure.
a flowers
in their pockets which ought springing up samples rive name of vow trouble.If you know. Orwe
leading conservative democrats
to be in your cash drawer, Fresh Air For Sleeping will tend Tries ).mi M.a a i4 |U*
of.all parts ,of the country be OOOOOOO9OOO9OOOOOOOOOOO9OWhen Atlanta Weekly Journal., oa..arlo
cable '0 n.71
or to your credit in the bank A person requires twenty I
held for.tbe purpose of formulat- Inches of fresh air at each respiration you want

__ You cannot look about you ing a national policy and plan of or on an average of 4OO per minute JOB PRINTING I Or ..-.
in your store or, shop'with- be
and In ten hours' sleep consumes
campaign for the party. It is Call
out ISO cubic feet of air. The air of a on us.
seeing\goods that these II
the 8 you want aU three 4tB
hoped committee will succeed Its paper
bedroom ten feet having
square Fisfi>sfisi> The
same people should own- -OOeeOe000C00n0ei0 t5tleCCeOO1e0000eC10000000 BAWNBB, New Tor!: World,,Tke, ,,.
in doors and windows closed and occm
bringing about such a ------
should now be using. conference in this city in January pled by one-person. would become unfit 8 y low prloe of only St..make for the tksuaxtifp..;JUree. iipera.
-- for respiration In four hours. In .
Advertise inTHE
These facts hold 1911, or perhaps next month. the case of two ,occupants the Urns I|
good The rank and file of the party, would, of course be reduced to two [ BANNER Today le the acceptable bate U t enb m*.
even if you! have been ,doing hours.New York American... !
rather than a self-constituted j I'| results. j||
a good business lately, TflBDANNEFREN
They the committee of conservative dem- Points on the Market. oeceececocecccocccceecccco) )
are sort of facts
ocrats, will formulate a national Old Gentleman ((10 broker's office)-
which make storekeepingthe Now.'what do you think I might buy .. -...
and of
policy plan campaign for
most interesting in the : Broker-You ought to have some Char- N...
.world-the most tantalizingone the party. tered. Old Gentleman-Why. I was ') '

'The democratic party must be only thinking coming up in the train
too. that 1 ought to sell some Chartered.
progressive.No MARK
-- Broker (who wants a commission)-

Do you realize that you Wall street candidate can Well that's not a bad idea, either /rw .

can reach these people every hope to hold the democratic vote. I London Financial Times.
week ,Democracy must
go forwardand t a A Ka .

If you'place an adv. meet present day problems WE DO ...Yavncw.w.anen# *scv II

in The Banner. boldly in the spirit. of Jefferson : HOW WOULD YOU LIKE
and Jackson.

It's worth trying.. The democratic victory of 1910is BILL R LETTERHEADS HEADS: $100 In Gold-=$100?

the result of fourteen years of

r0 democratic fight for reforms. NOTE ENVELOPES Everyone who sends us in a list of English word*made up of

ttaaE 1 The party cannot retire now. HEADS I BUSINESS any or all, of the letters in ,

r/ T10'I It must go tonvard. STATEMENTS. N CARDS "FRENCH MARKET, COFFEE: :.

rrcR/1TV: .. .
'r' CIRCULARS 'T PAMPHLETS will receive a present. The one sending In the'-creates*Hat 'I

Nobody without'some, pepper MILL COMMISSARY of words will be given One Hundred Dollars in Gold. Hun ..

t1 I :in him, is worth bis salt. CHECKS I 'CHEO' dreds of other valuable presents will be given free to taatese.
>PerrY'.Seed. ants. a
are the beat known and
the most reliable baa seeds behind noire.the reputation The peculiar properties bf-Chamber- RECEIPTS DRAFTS For list of and .
Every package WEDDING.N presents particular.
t,. of a house whose bualD.t&udardiI axe the lam's Cough Remedy have been thoroughly VISITING'INVITATIONS
highest In the trade. tested epidemic ing contest, ask your grocer or write to
daring of Influenza -
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rerrye 1SOS A wfllbst nzx G CARDS
to all applicants. It eooiaJns ooiored plates,a>..y and when It was taken In time we CONTEST DEPARTMENT ""S-
f r tu11dptJ..prioee...ddirect>onf have heard of
not a single case of
JDTlJI..and lam TarloUes. of V..-bee aM pneu
:: Imraloabls lo alL Ssa...kmoo. monla. Hold b, City Drug Store: and"S. 'TO OR ER- NEW ORLEANS COFFEE CO.' L'l'De.a

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r the highest price in the market. .
I i I Once-iii'"Ti-:"ctrtiiatry far away r. \ \:

,|he eople were.dying, of thir t. Quility cleanliness and neatness ;

riyef-s- and springs and are essential considerations. .4 '
,jThtf w :
I /rooks bad all dried up The There are no soft snaps!, about +.a ; JOB -
'' '" >lants and flowers had withered farm life or any other kind of lifeif ..
", and!; died. The wbole land was a man wants, to win.' And the "
! Bad and mournful. main sets out to find any such ., .; I
jo' .. PRINTING F'
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worse than '
. 1 Ooe night after the' stars had thing'will'comeout\ '

, .come out, a little girl with a tin hewent,, and. ,make a .miserable,, : ,pI'

:dipper in her band.crept quietly failure of a living.' Business is ",., ", ..... .

:,.//outof the house. and went into business on-the farm as well 'as .' .- \ ,

,j woods near by. Kneeling down elsewhere. And why < should' it '

< !Binder a tree, she folded her arras not be? ; .... J -'
J.. .. Creates a good impression ,' .
and prayed that God would'send Y
When the farmer'goes to the
lain,"if it were only enough to fill merchant to buy an articlebe 0' among your oirespo'nderit .

her dipper'e fcj>be" prayed long asks and pays his; price.When __ .; and helps"">' >

1 .hatshe; fell aslaep, When she he has grain to sell, asks'and 0'

'I awoke she was overjoyed to find takes the dealer's prices and .. (1). to .give your business 'I, .:' '

;.. I: V )her dipper full of, clears cool wa- weights. lie submits and 'does! ......l. prestige. '
V '.
1, w r'l 1 Remembering, .that her as he is told. He can attend in Q> .' V" .'
dear mother was ill and dying of \ ,... ':
titute and ,
: study pagers and .... ,' ... ." ... -
i' ; ., thirst, she did not even wait to documents whereby be may increase r : .. >' \t: .
moisten ( ,"
her parched lips, but his production: of-. crops ---a. I '

y Jtakiog up her dipper she hurried without. objection toarriyone. p- We Do Neat PrintingReasonabiePrices.!

: .6J. om In her haste' she stumbled T .. .. ..ij .t-..

and alast she dropped.her WANTS TO'riKDP SOMEONE.For .:'.'Xt '
precious dipper. thirty years .J. J!. Boyer, of fertile, ', -',' ...",. '.
'' : ; Mo':, needed held and couldn't, find It. . '
Just thenshe. s.awsomething "' "
.' .;, ; beside: 'That's why he wants to- help .Some one \ <; ": I,. _I" : :: :: : '
"t' '.move in th'e grass her. It now. Suffering so long hlms6lf\ ha' feels .

,, as'a little dog,- who; like herself for'all distress from Backache, Nervousness -

: "' ', had almost'fainted' for want of Loss ot App tlt'e. ,$Lassitude and .... ': Give order* ;
Kidney disorders, lie 8bowB-$bat Elec .,; 'us, your next ,
watenShe '
,, lifted her dipper; irk Bitters work'wonders for such: trove 13d V

": 'and... wrist, was "her-, -sut'pri'se'o. hies'dive: | ,bottWs! ( Jie writes, wholly 1 h. and we will give you per-: .
-nora"drop-had ",been spilled.Pouring cured me and now I .a m well and hearty. '
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feet thus
4I satisfaction
Its also positively cnarantoed" for Liver .. ; .
qut a, few' drops on her Trouble, Dyspepsia, Blood Disorders; c.. '

hand;she held it .out for the dogto Female Complaints and Malu.rla.Try' <1) making you one of bur; ; V .' .
did them. 5fk at B. U. McGeachy. .. .
lick. He so and seemed ; : ', .
regular customers. : : ,
mock revived<< As she poured .: ? "" .
: -I- I I.t -. '
Sixteenth Century Meals. ,,.... ':
out the water, the tin dipper bad .
In Harri'
'JudA'l from
g passage '
: changed to one of beautiful. sil- son's '"Description' of Britain* breakfast 'J "0 ., '

.veEY "- ', witlbgIn the sixteenth centurywas --: ..:. ':, ::
held to denote effeminacy. ""Here ..' I. ..,.:iijJ(,
'her '
Hurrying to home she -- "
"' be writes. "there bath been f ": ;
'. ; THEC'IIIPIY : >' ,'.
handed the' water;,to the servantto more time spent In eating and drInkIng v.:.;:
give'to'her i : mother.Ob' than commonly 'la In these days;, : \ : .... '
for whereas bf old breakfasts,
< we hnd
_-"** "Bald her'mother I will not
ornuntlon g
In the forenoon, beverages
take it.. 'IJihallnot live.any way. after dinner and thergtq renre'su|>(n r& BANNERChip1e

You,are :.younger and stronger when. It was time tn, RO to rest now ,
these. old repasts; thanked be Gods art
than I.-
verse well left, and <"cb one (except
As she gave' the servant the here and there 'some young tmngrle ; Fla.

dipper changed to shining gold. stomach that cannot fast till dinner r9I
cbntenteth himself with dinner
The servant just about to '
was and supper onlle: The nobll- -- I
give.each.person in the house a tie,.gen trie and students ordlnarllle go CU. ). .w *X ococ: > . e ooe .
to dinner at 11 before and to
spoonfrl! of precious water when_ noon sup. .
'per-at B oV between 5 and 0 at after
she saw a stranger at the door. rt
noon. The merchants_ supeel.dom :
He looked sad and weary, and before 12 at noon and 0 at nigh .........GG..GG..

.she.banded himthe dipper of especlnlle In london The husbandmen e
(dine also at high noon'and sup at '
water. He took, it saying/ 7
"Blessed is be who gives a cup universities 9 the scholars dine at 10." e
of cold water'in'IIistname.. ---' -.. ; That now is the time to build that home'or business. house e
Seventeen Year Locust.. you have been considering? The present business depression
A radiance shone all about him The seventeen year locusts are some Wy has reduced the price lumber and building materials labor
and immediately golden dippe1" times'called Pharaoh's locusts because A ,1s cheap and plentiful, and you can build now for 23 to 50 per $
they make a sound that resembles the ;..... 5T cent less than inJUNE
became studded with, seven, that e

sparkling diamonds. Then it name.repeating The over.,notes and or over songs of are not historic what (I) .. 1907, OR ,JUNE, 1908. e

.1 burst forth i into a fountain which might be termed vocal,.as they are produced O e
by, the rapid vibrations of two : When you think of lumber ortbuildlng material, think of us Jo.
supplied the land with -.water.'J very thin films that cover a small cav. ,. and the fact that we have completed a modern up-to-date millwork -
be seven!! diamonds rose higher Ity at -the base of the abdomen. In I .... ..' mill, and can fnrnUh everything made of wood used In 0e'
II a building from sills to comb, and that we,can
until they reached xthe sky, some localities the sound produced Is I e
and there changed into, bright other somewhat sections.different Along from 8tre.mSt that heard; espe In DO IT QUICK G

stars:: forming,the great tipp r. dally along the Ohio river the notes t Sash Mouldlnga' Framing Bank ,,_ !

And so, while we recognize/ are more bass while on the highlands .CU vtH Doors Casings! Flooring. DrugStore
and especially the mountain'regions : Blinds Base Ceiling
thai this is only an allegory, yetitsball the sounds produced are more'"hrlll.- Frames.. Finish V Siding. Fixtures. .
give''us a" sweet association Omaha Worid41, d. (I U
: Estimates cheerfully furnished. to station
-- .Freight, paid your -
--- '-- yaf'Y $
with the constellation in the if desired.
An Advantage.A .
I sky! ,and when we, look. up at the well known Scottish clergyman Z :

_dpper| as, it points us to the gut Into"conversation. a railway carriage ,. .. J MARIANNA MANUFACTURING CO., '

North'lthis sweet story willpoint with workliigman, who Inform 'MARIANNA FLA. e
ed him that he had been u coupler on ; ,
us to the pole star of un- ..... '
for "Ob, said
a railway several years. : ,,LONGO.STANCH PHONE ss*. :
's lfis h ness.-Millicent. the minister. '''1' can bear that! I have 'f'jI

;t .. 'been a coupler for over twenty years." 'L. .........................
'Aye,"'replied tha workman* "but )
"L can uncouple, and you caDns I bAP0)
tiJ.o many, winter a season of trouble.The '- The New York World DR. R. .E. TILLER,
frost bitten toes and Batters, chapped '
hand. and lips, chilblains, cold sores, fJ) Thrice-a.week Eeditloo.9'1 DENTAL, SURGEON
red and rough skint l prorq this Bat F.F.Pelt&Co.RESTAURANT. -' -
each troubles fly before Bucklen's Arnica "" TbeTl rlce-a week World hopes .to be Chipley. FloridaOffice
Salve. 'A trial cou lnces. Greatest 0" In 1908 a better paper- than It has ever
healer nt Burns.'BolU,'Piles:'Cuts,Sores, been before and It has made Its arrangements over'First Nat'l Bank.
Eczema and Sprains. Only Me at S. E. i. accordingly' Its news service covers

lcOeacb). ,the entire globe and It reports every SeiV'1cF2Ai3'
., -, Also dealers in Staple thing fully, promptly and accurately. It COOK ,

Is the only paper, not a dally which is as .
6. "'Finn'' Attorney. at
,"', Suggestions.the and Fancy G'roceriesConfectioriarles. Rood as a dally, and which will keep you
as completely Informed of what Is' happening *r. I'Iatlat..1. l ...iI..
JIlt far'mer"lopes to" Smok
keep throughout the world.
pace with other callings in ..the. : The Thrlce- week World Is fair In Its Carafulattention given'aU matters entrust
Goods Fruits Vegetables to Collection made. :
face,of liferhejnust; travel at the ers Q) political reports. You can get the truth cars time and flre-tMted.In
'- ., from Its columns, whether you are a Republican .._
'same-rate'of speech' Fish and Oysters. _'. 0} or Democrat, and t.hatl8, what lurancecolllo.
\ fH.
Tbe farmer has submitted so Stock new and prices 'a I you want.
: A upeolal feature of the -Thrlce-a-week
long to the powers that be that little cheaper. We. want World has always been Its serial ctlOq.I CURTIS L. JONES,

idmany places he'has lost confidence : publishes novels by the best authdrs In

in his ability to. do any your trade. Give our ; QJ the world noves wblcn In book form:sell Notary Public State at Large.
:, '. for 11.50 apiece and Its high standard In
!'Jn2'-a1! above all'needs.; the, restaurant a trial. Ser- this respect.will be maintained. In the fut All business entrusted tomy

{stimulating influence. of a farmorganization. .. ure as In the past. '
Locatedin ; will have
vice first class., The Thrlce-a-week World's regular care my prompt
t. > ', subscription'price Is onl- 11.00 per year :. attention. Fees reasonable,
tor'lM We offer '
tyThe farmer: : and this pays! papers. -
produces the N0.V8. ,'- .- -"?' .' this unequalled newspaper and The Ban Can, be found at .Post Office,
'," ',' ".' ,. ( fir together for one year for 91.05. The v
best the \ '.
of grown
everything ,
on '. regular subscription price of the,two, .
... papars .. Florida
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C.hipley '', : : : '
arm < ,
He will ,
have :
good paying ., i Is 92.00. !
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: Town Topics. IT Special Farm Premiums who Awarded.last ] Personal.: IT ,

]i i The committee, .-

I spring offered special prizes for HINTS TO FARMERS.Now

r' Nearly all the stores closed I the largest yield of cotton, corn, Ed. Ratcliffe visited DeFuniakthe I

Thanksgiving Day and gave, the cane, potatoes, etc., on one and first of the week.A. .
" .:. I I to be competed tor by from '
five over
. ; clerks well earned rest. acres Sessoms was :-'
farmers between Chipola and Pooifay: and spent Saturday.W. is the time that you real-
(:. ... The saw mill of Mr. Hill, located -!I Choctawhatchee river and southof ( .... ;
tI. .. across Holmes Creek, northwest -, N. railroad met Saturday J. Jarvis, of Dellvvood, wasa ize on your season's work'
the L & ,
1.\.\," :, .' ,of town was burned Friday and awarded three ot the business visitor here Friday. As you sell your cotton, grain, I i i'I

f!\< PI' night. It was a total loss, as we prizes, which amounted to $240. Miss Effie Charles, of Cary- '
stock or other produce, i
insurance. There were other contestants, vile! was a visitor here Friday. :

but they failed to comply with Genial T. A. Dekje\ was, down your money, on open account with L "

'. ., J..;,B. Vickers, R. F. D. carrier the rules. The rules as published from Campbellton spent Sun-. a reliable bank. '

fi. \, r on route No. 3, lost a $10 bill required that the yield of any : ..
\1:1: .1 check,
;" t' somewhere on his route last Sat- product competing for a premium day.D.. C. Dawson left ,Sunday for Pay all your bills by .

'.j. ,urday. If any one finds it and should be attested by three .' which makes the best kind of a
t. Atlanta, Ga., for medical treat-
willl return it to him they will be disinterested parties. Only and
,If ment. -. receipt, and avoid the worry _,,:
rewarded. three complied in this respect.
4'' Though a number of others competing Genial Ben Hancock was shak- danger attending the carrying
Farrior wears
f' "Little had their ing hands with friends here Sat- of money ;
broad smile this week. The for premiums, of large sums -

",,' stork" visited home Tuesday yield attested to by two disinter- urday. always at the -
Our offices are
,.. \, afternoon and left a baby girl. ested, parties, while some others Miss Joe Mizelle spentSatur-

Mt;'i. ; The mother and little Miss are were only attested by one.. day and Sunday with relatives atMarianna disposal of, our customers and .

'." doing nicely. The committee, after discussing ; .. _. country friends.
ax the matter thoroughly, decided .
'. Miss Sallie Hemphill was up -
f "* Lost, yesterday; somewhere
that the only course to pur- I
\':' between sunrise apd sunset, two from Vernon and spent Saturday -
.sue Was to follow, strictly,
I* ". golden hours, each set with sixty I rules as printed. And the night. The First National. Bank

|*v, diamond minutes. No reward I award was made on this basis as Guss McMillan,., of Millville, '

offered, for they are gone forever. follows: was transacting business in the OF CHIPLEY.

" .-Horace Mann. I W. T. Jeffries was given the city Wednesday.
Everybody knows"' of course. first prize of$100 for the largest W. C. Lockey was up from

that it takes money to run a yield of corn on five acres. The. Vernon and spent Saturday .

newspaper and it takes either yield was 335 bushels, or an average night and Sunday. '

" money of the subscribers and ot 67 bushels per acre. Arthur McGeachy, to Florala.; Ala., to visit Mr. for the L. & N. at Chipley, to

advertisers or the money of the Mr..Jeffries farm is located 6 Attorney the Sapp's sister, Mrs. Hughes. succeed H.H. Newton, who goes
of Milton, spent Sunday'here friends
editor. We haven't it. miles south-west of Chipley on to Marianna. Jim's many
guest of his mother.A. John R. Johnson, of the Hinson receivingthe
The County Democratic Executive -, the Vernon and Chipley road. Cross Roads, spen a few days congratulate him on
Owens awarded W. Barrett, of-Albany, Ga., appointment.Rev. .
Rev. W. D. was ,
; I Committee of Washington here the latter part of last week,
, ? county has been called to the first premium of$100 for came ovkr and.spent Thanksgiving visiting relatives and friends. J. C. Mays and family left- '

, meet at Vernon on Monday, Dec. the largest yield of short staple with Hoyt Fryer. Thursday morning' for ,Berner, '
J. M. Sapp, of Vernon -
5th, to call: and make arrangements cotton on five acres. The yield Rev. -W. D. Owens was up Attorney He Ga., where they will make their ,
for the Senatorial prima- being 2247 pounds of lint cotton, from his farm at Sodam and spent Tuesday in town. future home. They didnot ex- .
\\'f r enroute home from a short
1911. or an average of 449 2-5 pounds Saturday in town.! but business -
to be held January, spent quite so soon, _-
f t6 -
ry Owens' viatt vultti \HIS: sisier: 'PMni.sila... .VI...... pect go
?l.. Manse Carter, of Wausau,'and ot.lint per acre. Mr. Flaval Campbell came over I matters demanded Mr.Mays' .
farm,is located abQut 15 miles H. H. Newton, who, for the they had to
f-t: Miss Ella_Bar field were, unitedin from Marianna and spent attention, so
south of Chipley, near Wausau.B. past year has .been the L. & N. He will return and
marriage at the home of thebride's Thanksgiving with relatives. go at once. \
M. Walden secured the first railroad agent here, has been his farewell sermon on
r mother, Mrs.,J. F. Bar- prize of $40 for the best acre ot Attorney D. J. Jones made a promoted by being given, the preach
7" field, Sunday afternoon. May Ponce de Leon, '
business trip to
cotton. From one acre he gath agency at Marianna. v .. I .
happiness and of seed cotton, Monday returning Tuesday.W. i '
4: their portion as they journey ered 1853 pounds I Messrs. J. C. and N.W. Bush, It is a good idea mailing Christmas -
; which, according to the usual H. Faulk came over from
through life together.The of Brooklyn, Ala., was in town presents early to avoid con-
f rate ofone, third, he would have his still at Clarksville and spent were"visiting
Monday. we
gestion at the postoffice
District Convention of the had 617 pounds of lint cotton. Thanksgiving with his family.A. "
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.B. will lend co-operation! bypromising
Knights of Pythias will be held Mr. Walden's farm is located 21A
and B. Nelson, one of the pros- Bush, at Orange Hill. not to open ours before Dec
here Friday and Saturday, miles south-east of Chipley. ....
the members of Union Lodge, The committee regrets that perous ,farmers living west of Miss Ida Hemphill, of Tampa, ember 25th.

.,' No. 109, are expecting a grand others who were in the contest Holmes Creek, was in town Sat- who has been visiting her sister; \... .. 1 \

time. Several prominent Knights did not comply with the rules.It urday.C. Miss Sallie Hemphill, at Vernon, For Sole.

, will be present and make ad- is hoped. that if premiums are A. Helton and wife visited ,I came in;Saturday afternoon and A 20 acre farm, one mile southof

dresses. The lodge will give a offered again next year, that,, with relatives at Pinkard, Ala., left for her home that night. Chipley.

,\ banquet at their Castle Hall, Friday those participating in the con- .severe!"days last week. Theyreturned Frank and.Alford Harris, who 80 acres farm, 50 acres in cultivation )-

;11 evening. test, will adhere,to the. rules governing home Sunday.G. are located at Mobile,.Ala., pass- ; three miles south of
.. Mr. Lev Mullins and Miss same. W. Helton, after a week's ed through 'town Monday en- Chipley. .

_, Ethel Williams were quietly married -: The result of the content this visit with his brother T. M. Hel- route to Greenhead to visit their 40.acres farm; 22 acres in cultivation

'/ at the home of Mr. and Mrs.I year shows what can be done on ton, returned; to his -hojne in parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. ; Smiles south of Chipley.For .

,: A. L. Wells last Thursday even- the soil of this section, if., a per- southeast Georgia Tuesday Harris. full particulars apply to

,'" ing at 7 o'clock, Rev. R. C.; Wil- son will only try. Mrs. J. M. Sapp, ot Vernon, OUT young friend, James,Nep- MORRIS Baos.

; lianas, officiating. It seems there Farmers, get out.. of the old was in town Thursday, enroute per, has been appointed agent Chipley, Fla.Coe : .
was some little parental objection rut and go to farming; quit
:. ... so the young people took the scratching.. -
matter in his own hands. The
'.', bride is a sister of Mrs. Wells. --- - '

May they live long and prosper .
Bessie lift Literary Society Program. -
much is the wish of the Banner.

" Tax Collector W. B., Gainerwas Following is the program for Ounn-Oolematn inc.Successora .
:' the Bessie Tift Literary Societyfor

up from Vernon'ooday Wednesday morning: at 9 .,:. DUNN HDW. Co.) .
and spent the day looking after ( : to
business matters. Mr. Gainer o'clock, December 7th, 1910, at .. .
tells us that'he is advised chat it Chipley High School.Instrumental "I-'" '" :'' Capital Stock $15OOO. -

\ have poll taxes Solo, by Miss ). -
:. is to .
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paid for 1910 in order to be eligible Lucile Collins. -;' ,,' flt .S tS l "
; to vote in the Senatorial pri- Recitation, by Miss Eva Cope. ,. -. r .

! mary in January. If this is 'a Reading, by Harry Bachelor. Hardware Is our "Long Suit'

fact: all those who expect to vote Composition, by Miss Mary
; in this primary had better'' get the Hardware
McLean. We are the first people to regulate prices on ,
"t' busy and pay' their poll tax at -
Recitation, by Miss Katie
-. once. .. I Prestidge. Wire' Fencing, etc. ,

} : .. Good people, do not' b'uy your Debate,-Subject: "Resolvedthat We arc headquarters for Buggies and, Wagons Coffins' and Caskets
I farmer is a greater benefactor ...
until investigate
fence "
; ,. you Stoves and Ranges, Sewing Machines and Washing Machines,
Dunn Coleman Co. line; They ; to the community thau ,

"' ," have it and the first people to manufacturer. allkinds Shelf Goods,-Harness, Saddles, Bridles etc.
. Affirmative Rex Farrior and '
give you the lowest possible .

,. price: They honestly. deserve Misa.JFrancis Roberts. Builders Material a Specialty. Improved. Farm... Machinery, Cut.
.' and. should Negative, John Peel and Miss .
." lery, Ammunition, Paints, Oils, Varnish, etc. \
them. Uusula Hinson. \
.;. ;, give it to
\' ,"He looks different...;..better. Reading, by Miss Pearla, Griffin We also deekll, li Love Stock.

\\I' from all ; ..
pick him out
I ,. the you rest of them.: Marks'Tailor Myrtle Instrumental Daniel. Solo..., by Miss We ;Solicit your Business and Guarantee Satisfaction.

, p' ing Co. makes his clothing:, J. R.
Recitation Fred'Helton .
i ;by ..
his ..
takes measure
: McGeachy
; satisfaction in Reading, by Miss Gussie i 'Dunn*Cole rnan Co.
; and guarantees .
Tharp. f; .
; .' ': way. Come in and order ; .
t' .
every I
Recitation by' Miss Lena ,
: your winter suit. Do it now. o" \," A. 6. McQUAGGE, 6en Manager
Sears. .
"; ,\ 20 Ibs., nice white ,Sugar Vocal Solo,,'by ,Misar:' Kather-

t-: for.$1 i, at Schell's. feen Rollins.
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