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Place of Publication:
Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
December 8, 1910


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Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Chipley
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“The town that was built on a railroad,” Chipley is the seat of Washington County, located inland in Florida’s Panhandle, just south of the Alabama state line. First known as Orange, this small West Florida community was founded in 1882 in anticipation of the arrival of a railroad that would connect the farming area with markets in Pensacola and Tallahassee and in neighboring Alabama and Georgia. Shortly after the line was completed, Orange was renamed Chipley in honor of William D. Chipley, vice-president of the Pensacola and Atlantic Railroad, a notable figure in the political and economic history of the area and an aggressive lobbyist for railroad land grants. The town’s first newspaper, the Intelligencer, edited by J.C. Langley, also began in 1882. The Intelligencer was renamed the Chipley Banner in 1893 and published under this name until 1943, when it merged with the Washington County News.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
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Evap.. Peaches. lb. two Ifos. for 25c. .' If" you want to make a present that'will' be appreciated -

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'1. .Another lot of Candy arid Nuts from New York. Work. .. II I; ,

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Tarragona Almonds, 25c lb. ,. Every article in the above list will make an appropriate ;?

25d Ib. useful and.appreciated Christmas'gift. i
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FIRE Dunn Coleman Co. has the School at Home. Cigarrette hats together with Wanted.Young men and ladiesto

F" at J. R: McGeachy' attend the West Florida Business
hardware and the 'prices are,. Let the Carver School teach you by all other kinds -
right. mail, the Art of Photography., ;. College, Marianna, Fla. Ex-

If are seeking a profession that perienced Teachers, thorough
you the Misses
J. JR. McGeachy constantly The bargain table at -
is not overcrowded and one that is remunerative work, first'class advantages.Dunn .
keeps on band a full line' of. mens respectable and pleasantyou Richardson's is loaded with .

: I K B.: CALUWAY; Agent. and boys suits, which;it will save are advised to take up photography hats, baby caps, etc. / Coleman Co. are theAvire \ tf

you. ,money to see, if. you.. .areinneed -Let the Carver School teach Dunn Coleman Co. solicits and f fence,people. Don't forget
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appreciates your business. See /they are the first people to ever
vicinity, that I have purchased If you are an amateur photographerand
Dunn Coleman Co.. sells them when need hardware. give the benefit of the right
wagons you you .
the Insurance business.. of Buell wish to make better pictures at a I 1 '
:,Cook*.'-r --- and buggies every day. lower cost, or wish to become a professional They have a complete line. prices. ''Give them your business -

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panies-those least money you. '
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glad to write you a policy. Wanted.Experienced 1' ox team to produce work that will be a pleas wouldn't do this, if they didn DR./"T. G. YATES,
>Tbe'yalue'of insurance cannot be drivers and owners of teams to ure to your customers and a creditto get just what they waijt. -
.. ted. Ask a man who owns a policy the Carver School teach With TWENTY YEARS'
you-Let "
contract logging. Appjy} to C. SAY) Good people, don't buy
If be will sell Itl! The savings 'ot'a' > EXPERIENCE as an .
life-time may be wiped out in a few W. Hagerman, Vilas, Liberty you.The your Christmas novelties and
Carver School of Practical Photography EYE SPECIALIST
minutes.' Not so, if you are insured. county. Fla. toys until you have seen their J
offers,twenty complete, prac- .
Therefore I would advise you to line at the Misses'Richardson's.J. .
'Insurance"with me.. For SaIe'A 7 room bungalo tical and inexpensive courses coveringall Dr. Wilson's Office.IN .
place your
with plenty porch room-mod branches of photographic work. R., McGeachy has just received CHIT I BY, !
Write now for full information, it" is :
F.. 'B. Callaway ern in every respect. All cashor free and places you under no obliga a large shipment of shoes From ELEVEN to SIX:: 0'''' "ck

part ca&h and balance easy. tions. Address from which any, one can be fitted First Tuesday In Each, Month.' :.

Insurance Agent. For particulars write Box 67, The Carver School of and at prices to.suit your pocket '
LAY! Examinations FREE.
Chipley, Fla Reason for ""sell Practical Ph _toaraphy. book. Call and see us. before., ,
My Pensacola office |I. Room No 410 .
|,Senrf'in' 'your' sUbscri >ti n. ing, going west. Lock Box 504 Waterloo Iowa. buying. Hlount UnlldinRS !;

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Matrimony the joint stock I
Church Directory company which a minister pl"o- 1-Aiii: Glad"writes '

M. E.Church, South.-Preaching eTerJ moteth as a'side line and a lawyer -
and 8rd Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. :m. V
1st tbrowetb into bankrupt! Mrs. Ethel Newlin,
Williams, Pastor.! TWICE-A-WEEK
Sabbath School 10 a. m. W. N. tiheaSuperintendent. with the feminine stockholder ;as of Liberty Center Ind.,
'that 1 began take1 Car-
Thursday nights.Young the preferred"creditor.
Prayer Meeting Tnesd., dul for it has cured me, "
night Everybody Men's prayer cordially meeting Invited.Bapttat It is the boot which inducetq a and I will never forget it. TIMES- LTMON} .

girl to swap a hundred do1tar "I cannot praise Carduitoo

Church-Preaching every .2ud salary for a forty dollar ma highly for what it did V'

and 4th Sunday.School 10 Rev.a. m.Collierpastor.Sabbath F. U. Haw 'Tis a neck yoke which maketh'two ) for me. Before I beganto BANNE .;* 1 ':

Superlnteneent. chafe take It, I was very AND THE i i
Praver Meeting Wednesday nights collars to as one. "
bad color, suffered great
: Matrimony is ascribed to soi J pain and weighed only .

Poatoflte Dlreetoryv cuing of the brain or heart, or 105 pounds. Now I.havea BOTH ONE YEAR FOR $1.50 : .. .,
Office Sundays.aat hours 7:30. to 7:00 p,- m.;. ex.; purse either. Exactly what good color, do not suffer ;

cept>: -bound mall closes at 10:20 a.m c .ueetb'it the Lord. only know and weigh 125 IDS." I

West-bound mall closes at S:10: p.m. eth. but'time will. felt=:-.when,it i it;! 155I I
Mall from Vernon arrives at a. nand ws : : _
arrival of the east bout.( : too late;;, '
leaves on .
mall. kD.CARDUI Thursday Issues of the. Daily- Times-Union and .eon- :
By matrimony optimist ex-: ; .
hours 11:30! in., to 13:30 p. m" I
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Sunday the features that to,.make ai&rabct
Money Orders l Issued at all hours when pecteth-to, get a. silent partner ; ; tains all many go .: p I

office Is open, except Sundays..T who teareth riot the cook or stay-] The'Woman's Tonic :. metropolitan newspaper; and many special femtorea-, :
i me alone at night' -The Pessimist ; which are found, in no other newspaper;. I
Beware of strong nox-
Our Clubbing ia... bopeth only to dodge the' '
ious mineral drugs that
BANNER and Semi-weekly Allan Suffragette when he maketb bis sink ,into your system ADDED FEATURES ; :

Journal,per year$1.75. choice, and to escape with light like leadthe bottom 01a i .
BANKER and Thrice s-week New York ,
basin of water..
World,per year, 11.63. alimony. Cardul is purely I These issues,contain the very, latest m&rJte' reports
of matrimony are
Tlmes-Ui The benefits "
BANNER and Semi-weekly, 91.50., I' table and contains no and a department devoted to, Horticulture, Agriooltore "
n and per year many (saitb the promoter) For minerals ,I. ; .

BiNNEa/ and Home and Farm. per yeartl.21 mending broken nobility i it i is .poisonous dangerous drugs. or ; Poultry, Eto- ,. ,

without a rival. Through it Ii It is perfectly safe. ;' and ; A .SAMPLE COPY of-the-- paper will bo,sent to you. .;

acquireth a good cook amhousekeeper harmless, for1use by old
General Directory. man 'sometimes. ,Ana < and young and may be i on request to-the publis1 rs.. \ '

STATE OFFICIALS.. taken, as' a tonic, for PiREH Is, Tdv .
woman obtaineth a meal ticke months without possible THIS ; the leading. we n w pap rof : ,
"Governor-Alber W. Gllcbrlst. any -
Secretary of State-H. Clay Crawlon -occas onally. And when' sbe harmful.effect... V Try it I this section and should be ji regular:visitor to your

Attorney General- Park Trammell. doth, although .issued for lite, home, .
E. McLln. she frequently loseth it before i iexpireth. it
Com. rlculture-B. .
THE SUNDAY ;iSolvdlns
Treasurer-Wm V. Knott. V .
Hollt.! resulteth variousl Championing the Worm.. illustrated Sunday Magazine, c ad
Supt. Public I.nltructlon-W.t Matrimony ; An Incident that occurred some yean <

way --in happiness, trouble, or ever ago during a session of the British, dress for $l.ka'er'year.. : f:
Comptroller C. Croom. parliament furnished uu amusing 11lustration .
Supreme Court-Thos.M.;. Shack lefon., children. The latter, though' ] of the power of satire t< \' IF: OV :WJSH: : >this paper, .ThTimesUnion T71Ic..We.k: :.

Chief Justice: M. H. Mabrv. Cler*. the less frequent seem to be. the< bring about results that sober argument and The, Sunday Tiiues-Union each, for
most dreaded. often falls to accomplish. .
Railroad Commls fon-R. Hudson Bur: .
Realm there is There had been,Introduced a bill designed add$1.60 to the above and send rmittan
Chairman; R. C. Dunn, Clerk. In the Blessed one year, _

-Judge first judicial circuit, -J.:Enamel- no marrying nor giving Up''al mals'JD to captivity.prevent cruelty It was to opposed wild an on! today t.or if'.;you 'would prefer the Sunday TJmeaWUjiissc. .

Wolfe. Pensacola., mony. Angels, being'wise, an the ground, that. If passed.,It would ; instead of twioe-a-week. : add boo to- peioet_; ve.
State Solicitor Urat Judicial: circuit-J endanger certain kinds- of legitimate
prudently fearful, Wherefore
Walter. Kehoe.tfj sport.
only by rushing in and invest- When the Earl'.of Klmberley. arose SEND YOUR ORDER V TODAY"'TlOChipley
lean admitted the force of this
H. LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS. gating'for ourselves can we. -gravely' -

H. S. Chubb, Register, Gainesville, Flu. what matrimony bath in' ,!tore< argument.can' said ::
"There be 'no. he
Shields .Warren, Receiver, GalnesvllJ. for us. "that the bill would put,an end to fish.Ing Banner, Chipley, Florida, ;

Brethren, let us take a chance, 'with worms as bait. It Is a bill to -_
WASHINGTON COUNTY. OFFICER!:. prevent .cruelty to .wild animals In .. '-.. .- .. .1 .

-Circuit Clerk-W. C. Lockey, Vernon. captivity.. The schedule state that
the word 'animal' shall be held to include I _
County Judge--J.R. Wells Vernon. SAVED FROM AWFUL t EATH.
A be held to
reptile. worm may
.Sheriff-O.O.. Allen, Chlpley. .
Vernon. BOw an appalling calamity In his famIly be a reptile. A worm Impaled on a
Treasurer-H. B. Tiller
was prevented to told by A. 'D. McDonald hook must certainly be held to'be In
Tax Als8sor-J.J. William, Chlplej ,of Fayetteville,N; C. R. F.! D' ; therefore the angler who for
Tax Collector-W.B. Gainer, KcontmiSupt. .. captivity Hers" a Good Slogan .. .'
Public Instruction-B. F Gainer, No. 8,"lly slater had consumption uses a live worm for bait would be ,
Wausau.Hupervlaor. writes"she was very thin-and Dale; had guilty of cruelty. to"an animal cap.. .
no appetite and seemed to grow weaker "'
of Registration -J. W. tivity. and Better Business.
Gainer, Econflna.Countv every'day, as all remedies failed, till Dr The laugh that followed the ex' Bigger :
carmichael; Sing's New Discovery was tried, and sc pause of those 'against the bill robbed
Pollcltor A." Do. completely cured her that she has not< the opposition of whatever force it had '.' ,..'.....II..II.II.II. I 1DON'T

C lpl.y. been troubled with a cough since. Its and carried the measure to a sue- '
County Surveyor. -Thos.Collins, Cary. the best medicine I ever saw or heard of essfuL Issue.-Cincinnati Commercial BLOCK THE WAY1 -; }

yUle, Fla.County. for coughs, ;colds, lagrlppe.. asthma,, tribune. :" -
Commissioners: croup, hemorrhage, all bronchial trou- ,
-' J. M. Simmons, Chairman, VernonS. >tiles U has no equel. 60c'1. Trial bot- A Testimonial For Vitraolty. Move as :fast' as the procession--or move'out. 1'aketb.; .j J

W. Bash Chlpley.B. tie feer. Guaranteed by S. .Eo. McUeachj It's a molghty folne thing to hare a pace of the company you'.are in .or m ke.av 'for the man.,
F. Evan Vernon.J. character for truthfulness.remarked! .
H. Port YMl11vl11e. VOrady .when he returned' home the. behind." '

.J.T. HIghtower Vernon. other evening. .. '\
I knew fellow who in the : -
once; "Indadean', It la that !name! ," agreed new ideas. .
School G. B.Board Bush.:Chairman, Orange Hill' lower of his manhood had good lira. O'Grady, with an approving nod, ".. 'Don't stand- in ,the...,way. of. _Don't pause- in, the.

S. J. Gainer, St.Andrew.W. business started and bright as she hou % .one child out of the fea path of better systemDon't.settle down on. the adder, of,

F. Bass, Vernon. rospects for the future. Butte Let and scraped the cinders off'hla 'barnacle the ship of progress.-- '
that.l'hellm ss. Don't' be a on .
.... rock. "An' what makes ye. say succ .
got interested in politics and ?" .. .
CHIPLEY CITY OFFICIALS.' soon came to'the conclusion that ' master .belaves In 'm. Plogressameansadyancemeat.; ;
Change.means ; .
'Malor-.J'T. Brltt. Intolrely" the r"ponse'of' .progress.
veracity was .
the .
Marshal-W.D. Peters. mless he, game I' : : I'
Phellm. He lighted his abort pipe "' _. 'V .-_ ', -x "
Uerk and Treasurer-W..W. Cook. :country was a goner. He began and toot his 'accustomed Beat on a* ."Advancement'means' movement. MOVE! -:'-:'tDON'T .' < '
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Council-A. D. Carmichael chairman,, n .. .
fo; out and battle for his cause broken chair near the chimney. 1 "
C. B.Dunn,J.B.. Mc eachY, C. B.,Tharj go ould him this morning that i couldn't .
W. O. Butler, Jr. .- -the only he could,see V: and lost Help being late' an' that I bad run a BLOCK THE WAY! ,

valuable time swinging' his bat. rifle) tai: a minute. an' a bait to get .

tIe ax. His business began to here in tolme.! ,' An'' what, think
1e-said' ?" '
The BannerChipley troop'and fade away, and there "Mebbe ,that ye deaarved another

:ame a time when he had no Ixpence .a week." . .
his -
)UBIflCSS. But he was"posted." "Better than that. These are
rery words. 'O'Grady.'sea he O1 wud
He could talk on everything' that just as soon belave ye If ye sed ye
,:, ., Fla. ever; came up,in the realm of polrtics' bad 'done It In half a' minute.- So ye : Neat
: He abused and vilified lee What faith he has In me veracity; .

Stands for the Upbuilding ofv people because they didn' itolrely/'-.,Ixmdon. Answers. : f Creates a good. impressionamong ; ':. .'.

hinga be did He called men ...-..:- I ,
) as correspondents ,
: Chipley, -' A,Dried Up Spring.. your :
his '
vho had friends'and .
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:. l dltorunderstand.. ''Mr. Penny. I'
M neighbors, grafters and yegge- nan, that,7'OU.bave "married. Pen 0'. -and. helps give your .bus- : '.
b.lngt County
'. y'W a '::1 nen because, they.would nbt join ,nan (sadlyi-Tea, Editor'-That"will .
ha I fuse-new",,life ln:'y moth* .. j ,
>er ps, n our mess prestige.We .
Florida iim in his silly crusades. His ;
; .', ..' --: end! ) r-ln-law jokes; eh? Pennyman (more'aacJI7)AJu. .
yes: took on a wild look, and. the that la a thing of the Print '
do 'Neat
peoplebegan to shun him. His iast. The mother- -in-law Is no longer a : ng t I t.r
Year joke with,me.-Brooklyn; Life.. J. i .
$ :. Subscription, $1 Per ::redit was no, good at'.the banks ----- at Reasonable'J.i.'c s. -

t) ;' ':. at tbe'grocery stores or anyplace 'An Appreciated Kindness.
\: .. else He hamered awayn "Mr. Qrowell." began the visitor 7 ;;."1lon't Banner Job:<< Office.
We make a Specialty of : want'to disturb yon'"Very .
t; _. a harmless way fora few years considerate 1'Oto' eom. In - - -
:.' vNeat ind'.finally got an office. The Zero Just to tell me that." ealJ.the

i '. ... populace triumphantly 'elected )lusy man. -"' 1 appreciate It. air. Good ."... .:,"
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t.i. 'president of the Dqwn and '
;: j' Out Club. That's what will become Patronize Those Who
." Commercial Printing BANKS ON SOEB THING NOW ,
: ," : of you if you waste your "I'll never be without Dr. KID 'I :Saw .

-' time trying to save the country. Ate Pills aff&lnV' writes A. HCblngeCk,1 ",' '.: .: ::1'
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IThe Banner ;
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'" ; .::'; Notice tho Is hereby given that under the Official most useful one in building Up -'S' 'A" .V,":" ,; i

,1<,I',' B f.>;. Uf nlrton County State. Florida anet In the In with worthy enterprises it is no less a:[ It I Tim mmm LIFE AND) mmr

',,v $*...sSSSS call 01 the State Esisas'iftW factor and benefit in the destruc- .
held ao.hintgtori : : lirrnlnee Company.
: In Country in electionlldiee.
each tion of and dishonest
unworthy free for
trkt or cud We send the Banner -
: D aces thereor.on Tuesday,Jannu ryt10t h1911 enterprises and agencies that 13 OFMarianna --:-- I
.., during legal hours fined
by law for holding oi the term>f this school to '
""" 'W'. .-eiect1on..lnrthepurpoeeornominating partlel-- would exploit therpeople for .cor- Florida. : '
..: '-. In the nomination of aUemocratlc candi- 'r :.
.' .' elate lor United States Senator to be noted for by jh.". Here the : ,
ruptly. gotton. "
the g
'r rr. ; Democratic members 01 the To Every White TeacherIn "
1 1. ., State 01 Florida, to be held In the Lel'ililature year 1911.01 the newspaper shows itself .to be To! i v1tesyour attention to Its New Line Policies, ai embodying: the maaimum

:":;. .under Provided the that a second primary U nece88ar 1 I i of practical protection at the lowest practical price. A .1
: yrovisionaoiMaid law shall be beld on inestimable value in protecting Washington County I
T the Tuesday two bllrbeat January 31"t, 1911. to choose between cheap contract, but safe and conservative and backed by home capital.
candidate. II a nomination shall the good and, by contrast, destroying 8
r '. aot have
:' tor'ityvote, been In the made first in the entire State Vy a mat the.evil. 1 S :W. H. MILTON, President. 8
prlmarrelectlon. .
t, Tie -. Wpo will send Us 'the news:I: of
I '.. v.Chosen followlnll PGr80DB are hereby appointed'and The ;' of today i is nol 2 Hirer-fare J. & Gammon.John Milton. :Jr., W.H. Watson. N. A. Baltzell. O
,! inspectors to hold such primary elections newspaper t'heir I 11 j. E.Brooks.3,M.<< Dillon. H. H. Lewi :John ;MUtoo III. U
and each 'week
are directed
to make report and return' 01 community or
F; such elections to the County Democratic Eaecu- yet perfect, but as the years goby CCOCOGO ) cocecoccooceooccooeeeoecccccccc t u

e r r'1.tlve. Committee in Vernon Florida on the 14th it hecom and rndre -an very.two weeks at least, .
; daleJanuary 1911. and the4tb day 01 Februa. ; 'e. '. '. -- --- '--
ry1911. respectlvelytt for good and a'foe to the i 4
._ 1.Dlatrlct T. No. L X< A> Hutchison.Putter clerk f agency .Correspondents 'may write on If it Is Machinery you want, we have it. Write
Hill'htower. '
managers; A. J. bad_ for the dishonest man, Tears
:.;.' Dletrict No. l C. L. Nickels J. M. Stewart, us for catalogue, 'prices and terms:
Z.R.'lIbert managers; J. N. Davis clerk. the honestly conducted, newspaper any, subject of, .general, interest.
"" ..rt pl.tatl lct No.3T- M. Ellis D. J. Burke M. C: as he fears' the broad light ot MALSBY COMPANY
Muter managed L. L. Charles, clerk, Our only'request is that they re- ,
,i'lf District No. 4. J.W. Gainer A. W. Gainer,a: the sun when trying to break into ," --- '.. ,,,
"I, M.Gainer managers)C. WVCox. Clerk. South St: ATLANTA.
.: District house. The dare of the of 41 Forsylh GA.r
"',' No. S- R. Thompson W. A. EraSStT a publicity fraihfrpm.using1: name any r
: J. T,Gwaltney
C' T. ,
manamr8i Porter
55. t." as given .by.the unmuzzled, ;; We,sell the following well-known goods: American, 4
<::"' District No. 6. D. F. Gunn G. Underwood.. journals mold -oublid opinion person in a way calculated. to give Hench &: Dromgold, Oeiser Peerless! ," and Smith Myers & Schnier SawMills I
Henry Wise. managers; W M. Wilson clerk. that *%**- ." .f. In all sizes and capacities; Erie City Oeiser ss," and Houston, {
il.i .1"', District No.7. L. D. McRae A. L.Wells, :J. has scorched and withered offense;' : Stanwood &: Gamble Engines and Boilers In all sizes; Challoner, and Perkins 3
':,.1'''.: W. Callaway. Managers; J. W. Williams.clerk. '' Grist Mills, "Peerless" Threshers, B
Band Saws Edgera.
) n ,
Shingle Machinery
; r ;
; District No. 8. L. a vicious scheme, sent
Armstrong :J.E. many
/ 1. Howell and Mill Supplies. EWe
fa ? Feeds and various other Machinery, Repairs
;;j;. w.C.Miller,managers; W. F. RUBS, clerk. Planers,Steam ,
r': t ;District No. 9. Robert Nixon R. D. Murray many a scoundrel; 1 scurrying to Let US' Hear can furnish you the best Machinery on the market and at the same F
; 'r C., Mclnnla. managers; A. E. Register clerk. Obscurity a rat to his hole; time save' We have no branch house. I
I" ; District No. 10; W.H. Parker W. N. Carlisle .r '-
; McE. Rogerson, managers;Kills Vlckery clerk. saved .multiplied 'thousands :to k, .
4 '' District'No."11. From You.We "
G. W.John'101D. A. Hasty. .
\ :. D.Martin managers: L. W. Johnson clerk, those who else would have been

-1II: District No.11 J. M. Simmons, J.E.Sktpper. deceived and robbed and brought
.K.Carter managers; Howell Bowen clerk. '
y, District No. 13. 'P. N. Hutchison J. N. Taun- to the bar of Justice many a criminal
ton. W.B. Merrltt. managers G. W.Uugbey. want the News >
,:" .':' clerk. who else would have gone NOW IS THE' TIME ,
:;: ; ; District No. 14. T.B. D. Gainer T.F..Tiller.y ..
of jus'tice.Tbe -
:' \ B. B. Brown, !"managers; J, L. ;Taylor: ,dork. unwhipped: .
'E :,, District No. IS. T L. Jones C. C. Carter Homer weekly are usually
:'r ;:J. Simmons, managers W. S. Jones,clerk. 60 YEARS!!
'.,. District No. 16. E.M. Newman E. D. Mash.burn owned by individuals, men EXPERIENCE
,.a B. Ellis, W. M.
managers; Connelly
'; -. clerk. ,who are their not belong ->

,',-\o" ;. District No. IT. J. H. Baffin, W. B.;Gray, C. to and TO'ADVESTISEI! ;
corporation cannot
<:'t 1 Cotton. managers C.8. Crew.' ,clerk.. any 1 :
::1' District; No. 18. -
: be influenced by any aggregation
'" : District No. 19. J. H.Bln on.Sr... D. A. Sol- \ *
,: Jar, ;J. W,Burk. managers)C. H. Porter. clerk of wealth. '. ,
.ry,. Pistrlct NoT 20. M. F. Bowen N.E. Thomas those papers' due'the developmentof'their TRADC MARKS : : oftenS
5- &.?:, R, Ji. Golden, managers H. L. Bowen.clerk. o DasGNSCoPTRIGHTS The .best opportunities are
... Dtatrtat No Jl. J. W, MCKInney. J.F. Russ, respective" localities Ac. '
.. W, .j. Rooks, managers; W. K. Raley. clerk. Anyone sending sakefrh and description may >
S t;1L:.;;.:-' P; 1st r let No. 22. Bryant Soott. M. M. Fralser. in greater degree than to ,qnloklr a.eertahl IM robwbly our patent opinion I whether matnventtrm 'No-wi' b sttimo:
M. S, M. M. Fralaer, Sr., neglected ,
Spann ,
r managers lion.strlotfeonad.etlal.MII/ BOO > DU
Vlerk. any other one agency or-any ,'doz- Sent..... Oldest eeeur le lB.
.3:; District No.23. A. L. Harrell. J. A. Matbl"",'. agencies. I'The first 'step a]- Pnl Mann MlTttfttai .'
J.T.8app. managers; D. H.,1torneJr., clerk. to advertise.
oi'... District No. 24. Jeff Anderson Ennis NUes. was in promoting any public enterprise Scientific i 'Rmerkan.Abandeomsfyninsfraledweekly. ). ,
;.: Henry Chestnut managers; D. M. Martin.clerk. .
14rt\ -, District No.25. G.H. McKenzie, L. D. Harmon. is to enlist the newspa rgeetele-. to sell if
kt6r. ., o' any unlenlltt. Journal Terrain fS a If have ,something ;
A. Hogeboom. managers; H. W, Johnson *,$1. BoKltiyall, n.wsdMUen. you ,
..::t clerk. pers. I? this i is, done the problem M INff& '
: Co.-* ; New York
'f'/l; = District .No. 36. Levi Collins, M. L. Hall. is' simplified; for' 'the
!; greatly_ Branch om". 625 V BU Wuhlngtou.&C.outmtlon if
i... Frank Swindle managers; James Yates clerk you want to buy something; or
.7..... 1910.Done In open session this 5th day of December, sympathizer with the proposed --

.;..: M. measure has but to talk to the .
J. SAPP.Chairman. For Over Fifty Years. have a bargain NOW -' is the S'
*; Attest, -' L. D.McRAE. Clerk. newspaper man and the: matteris you ,
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':' s ... Mr. Svin.tow*. dootttli\cr"t
before the public ;in the urup
.1 rfW set
linn been used lor over FIFTY YEARS by MILLIONS best time to make it known. .
;&& J of MOTHERS for 'their CHILDREN -
most favorable light possible con
> The Newspaper a Developer.. WHILE TEETHING with PERFECT SUC
''WK sistent with-the-editor's sense of CESS. SOOTHES the CHILD. SQSTENS
'The following address, "The the( UMS, ALLAYS all PAIN)CURES WIND Don't faiLto see us about your'
Y duty to his patrons, and*,the man COLIC and UUM>be8trM\\e2 rfrr UlAN RHCEA ,
ft" Newspaper In State Development Sold by Qniffgjsts. In every part of the world. Be "
who ii not a patron o f his borne sure lof''Wlnalow'sSoothlng-ByTUp"
"' \ and tai no other kind._ *.e a botUa.; this eeke.If
;& was made at Waco, Saturday ( Spring Advertising 1
paper'is seldom seriously consid : .
.Tv Nov. before the Texasgommercial
?1""?..- ered. :......,..'1 .....a8&Q. : .. -j jR

,1': "--f.;*:. : Secretaries''associa- 'CORRECTING' FALSE RUMORS., ..... :....' .5.j it is business. you. want

'," f':* tion l -' is value attached a ntan : g ?
But there a 1 11' ;! :1f' ,. i
There is not worthy cause
.;, a : : ::: ; II ,=

:*: -:'!jv; today of any kind that is not dependent to: the newspaper. and that that is is-its oftenunconstdered. use p JI Iii vdV a'. tjjiIII;; m r. The Banner can Get 'ft for You.

'r":; in a large degree on the : j > vq uEr Er -I blx
of correcting false ..
as a means, : e.f u'\or.
.. "' -5 newspapers for its very exis that be in cfrculatioil. O J a a ... ...:: c'''
'*S- rumors may : 0 ;'C:: a (;':I.
Shut off the printing "
$> Take all papers out'of any (I e. .
and the publicity and assistance : is.0 gie'e
all ,,1Pr.
considerable'size and .
town.of :
-ffe h-
: it gives to the church, I
ot-misleading e C APto; : school the reform move sorts reportsand :: i' 4 =E IF YOU WANT NEAT JOB-PRINTING
the stories would bd in circulationand : t: .. ij Q. m
:- ments the industrial enterprises CALL NTHE'
; of l a
".',,: the credit deputation, R =-= .1
-<, : the social organizations, the 'men would"suffer beyond :: OQ, ;lIIoi5. Lt
-. many BANINER.Do
other .
fraternal-societies '
every repair, runs .on banks would be et'>.* .. ,_
; .
ot and develpprnent -
agency progress
started and all sorts of commercial .
:;:*,,:,; and| we should have a na- disaster would' sult. The '

'.':;>'''' ., lies Qf people groping in dark- ever 'ready newspaper i is always ,
feeling feebly for each oth- .
pegs, '
r- at band to' correct misstatements
'.: y er's hand and trying 1a. reach a and to' set at rest groundless .. .
understanding by 'slow
: pornrnon fears' for the stability of. banks '

.:"I." ,... an4 pain effort with snail-like andtnstitutionsand .serves. the. 4 : ,:, 6: :' L .5 : ,: ; 5-
and infinestimal re : : '
progress peoplein a thousandways incidental jt; : : : :

:"r y, suIts. NEWSPAPER'S POWER. to--its existence. ::; :,;. /. 't : : :' ,

: for ? ,
Today a man speaks a .
,:: his If you'are sijffertng' ''from blltousnepB, '" "I' ''' 'You Want, .. .. .. ",-
great cause. constipation lndl ::e, tlori,. chronic'' 'head. ,. '. yes .'
'! ... words set in motion influences ache. Invent one cent In a. postal card, ': : ;.:,.I."j; i '(", .. '

.:: "' thousands of miles away.., He send l to chamberla.ln.Medlclno Co.. Des ; '
.16ln Iowa, with' your name and ad-
:, ''''"'. speaks here to hundreds, but by dress plainly ors thaback. and they ,will) : .igBargains'
: ,. .f belpof the-newspapers he speaks orwardyofu aee sample of Chatnberala'a :\ ,
"' Stomach and Liver Tabr ts. Bold "
in the
!" ,:::: millions in every state
"S to by City Drupe store and A.. McOeachJ.; .. ... ."': ) ...
>r Union Here his words, fall on :- ", ;' .,: ,... ,,
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:M-I- fall Under the -' 'J -
ears;;there they ., >, T!
._" ,-; eyes and become luminous with It we butepolie'Qniy. gqod\ of : ':.: {;;:, ; ,

'-. .1'- and inspire enthusiasm 'oncapotlier"tb'ere. : : might be some I : Hairs T- '
meaning ,,
C1 t&itlg SHoes amd ; :
... perhaps but iong. our'conversation.-, ;; < .. ,..
:" e fq'r the ,qsy efe pauses ... 1' .', '' '

'::', >for 'newspapers' it would have ., .> ,,;; :. .'; ,<: ,, : ; '.: _

''h.- never been given a thought. So And now.. .we. are urged to J -', 00; 'TO ) '

;.:N'> "tt'is true of the development of pinch our bellies to punish our- :

I :... tHe material things, ,of the industrial selves tor.our ignorant use. otbefrancblse. ;; \ v" ;. ,; : '" '

r: and commercial enterprises : -
I .. fr111CIiit1&QO.: : ,. .. : ; .
I '", that it is desired shall take. form : : ".

I ::::.:', -- and become factors, the progress iIFSCARLETT ", "'''/ :' 1(. '-. "" '';: j" ,'" :, ,.." ",

; of the state. .: ," "of. .J.: c : .. 7" : : .
ri.t of the newspaper ., .). .., :: .::; 'r -.." '

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; Notary Public. ,
: influences brought to of. (- ",
there are 3
: : bear that could not be reached.inany --- -

'.' other manner that would Real state) ,Handled. : :: ... -

:' ..\ :. never have even been known' .to Collections a specialty .-", ./ .. !

', '. but for the publicity '. '
In existence .
,J be idea by the :news- Office lit First National. l'Bank.:. >i 6i 1e
": :: .given, "- .1
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1 : THE BANNER W* A. Blonnt the Mao. \ v- Y'-.-- --- '

What are the policies upon I
At Chlpley Fla. which W. A. Blount is making i iq

+ his campaign for the United ,

' I WALTBR W. JONB, Bdlto.I. .....- States Senate?* Here are some '
t. t

:, Entered At the postpffica at Chlpley..,.... a* of them: 'II'
t);:.., econd claM mall matter. ,,-_ Opposition to the perpetuationof Have you seen .

;' 1 SUBSCRIPTION RATES: both, senatorships in Jackson-' '. '- .' !

r.'o ONE ,.W.OO ville. I ''. -.. .' '
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A tariff for revenue only.A '- '
85AdTcrtblnv ,
Tease MeWTHS.
graduated income tax. '. \
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rate fornUhad on application. graduated inheritance tax.I' with ,
The window ": ,' -" ;..
of the of ....r. A
Enlargement .
Communications on live topics, especially powers I
of local Interest, are solicited. Itr' the Interstate Commerce Com i '.,::, ,,'_' : '.': .- '.
Is understood, however, that the publish- 'I'f
? .
r .{ of THE: BANKER will not be responsible mission. : ;r: ">,_ ,> < .*:-
t w' for opinions expressed by correspondents. <::: ;Grosset Shoes ., .
valuation of ..
Physical ') ,_ U' .. "", ..-
\. TIE BANNEH wants & live representative Restriction of capitalization of ,:'\ A;f- _.-: :" .: : ,' \
and correspondent at every postofflce ,. : "I" : z :
in the county, and will make liberal ar corporations. : ', _' ... : ,
;, 'rangements with the rlgrt parties. Direct election of United States ,1 p -.. .-...:' 'In, it, ?. "..,c,. .. :''
tl; I
T ""; '. '
Doc. uno. Senators. ,; "
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butions expenditures.. ', ,,' If; not, ito ,, ;J: ,- ,
Hog, hominy, and cane are ( : ,
the of '.
Abandonment of policy

Florida's great factors toward the acquisition of foreign; terri :: .jr ':" -' '.

the simple life.Pensacola's I ; $3'eO" \$5. O :. ., ,.
., -
.. tory.A .
solid Democratic South to ...: .. ". t'
population according "
prevent the from having, .,
negro -- : '
to the 1910 census, i is 22,982. : I : ,
under any. circumstances, the, '
; ,In 1900 it was 17,474. I \

.. i balance of power. :Co. -

According to 'the government The. making trusts impossible. .. -:.,."' : Campbell & Dekle' < :

r report up to Nov. 14th, 8,764,163 The construction by the Fed- I .. '
; r
'''T' bales'of cotton had been ginned. eral Government of hard roads \l ..- ,.:

11, ; .. between States and in aid of rural :

The south raised more corn free delivery. ".j'

this year than ever: before. Eve- Liberal appropriations by the! "

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, ry state tells of an increased Federal Government for the improvement n "
I here attended railroads: steam boats sailing vessels set my hand and official; seal, this the 21st ;T'
yield. of rivers and harbors. Quite a crowd from
locomotives, engines and cars; baying 'day of November A. D. 1910. \<,
f ." .. Construction of an intercoastal the burial of Lessie Gilbert and selling goods wares andmerchan- (Seal.) J. L. Russ Notary.
dise and other personal property and Com. expires 20th Aug. 1913. f
c f- There are now more than 1- canal on the Gulf of Mexico abd 'at Kynesville Saturday. doing all things requisite.. necessary or
I convenient In and about thesaid Dust- Stateof Georgia, Lowndes County.
a : 600 regular wireless telegraph ,a shin canal across Florida., Some of our young folks at- ness or either of them This day before the subscriber person ,
Article IV. E. P. Rose of Valdosta !
..., stations in the country, besides Such measures- of benefit to tended an ,entertainment at Mr. The authorized amount of the capital Georgia, known to me to be the Individual '}
a large number amateur staions the people of Florida as may [ stock of this corporation shall be Twen- described In and who signed the foregoing "
Angus Brock's Saturday night. '
ty-live Thousand Dollars, ($35,000.00) divided notice.of Intention to aaply for letters :.
;M-/". ,, arise from time to time in the'administration Into Two Hundred and Fifty patent and proposed charter and acknowledged ..
"+p. ; .. a Mrs., Gallic Sowell, of West shares of the par value ct One Hundred before me that he executedthe
of the Federal Gov- Dollars ((9100.00) each at- least ten per same tor the uses and purposes therein .
Team work is for Bay, is spending some tame with cent of which shall be subscribed for and expressed and as his tree act and deed ;. ,
.. necessary ernment. sister and other, relatives at In before said corporation- and that his signature thereto la genuine.
;; industrial development. Individuals There are three requisites tor her : any business. The capital stock oilthis In testimony whereof 1 have hereuntoset
this place. corporation including the amount subscribed my band and official seal, this tbe83rd
must unite with individual the making of a satisfactory pub- for by the incorporators, or any day of November A. D. 1910. I
part or portion of the capital stock of (Seal.) W. A, Burdette..
the becomes Lawson purchased
and Daniel.has
lic servant in representative
any this corporation be paid In property N. P. L. Co. Oft
powerful for good. capacity. him a home near Oaky Ridge labor or services at a just valuation Com. expires Dec. 29. 1913.,'
Lobe fixed by the Incorporators) and ,
.. .. I The first is honesty. and ,is preparing to move.. We property labor or services may be pur- .
chased or paid for by capital stock at a
;' According statistics, there The second is a proper con- wish him success.It just valuation of such property,. labor William A. Blount \
and services to be fixed by the-directors
in the United States in ception of the needs'and desiresof
: were was a great shock to this of this corporation at a meeting called

f 1880, 49,000,000 hogs, and 50,000- the. people whom he repre- community when the news came The for such terms purpose and conditions or) by the Incorporators.upon which OF PENSACOLA:,

: 000 humans. In 1900 there were sents and a disposition to put that Mr. Lessie Gilbert passed I the capital stock shall be paid Inexcept Candidate For '

76,000,000 humans and only 67- those needs and desires into ef- into the great beyond Friday scribed as hereinbefore and died provided by the oard shall of be Directors pre-- United StatesSenator {

,, ;. 000,000 hogs. fect.The morning at 4 o'clock; at bis home of) this corporation.Article V.
T third is ability. near Kynesville He was sick The term for which this corporation Is ,,.
to exist Is Twenty Years unless sooner .
If there is any better county Those who know W. A. Blount only a week and all that friends dissolved, by Jaw. ,

;( on earth than Washington we will testify to his honesty; we and loved ones could do, was min- The business Article or businesses VI. ) of this corporation ,

would advertise it :without money need not dwell on that point. istered unto blm, but all in vain. not less shall than be three conducted nor more by than a Boardof five

I and without price. We want Those who read the outline of He leaves a wife and two children Directors, a President, a VIce-President and
and a Secretary, and a Treasurer
everybody to live in the best I the issues upon which hems making and several brothers and such other officers and agents' as this

'county; that's why we are always his campaign may judge for sisters to mourn his untimely corporation Directors authorize.may through The offices Its Board of Secretary of-

saying: "Come to Washington : themselves whether or not death. The remains was inter- and Treasurer. may be held by be the-'
same person officer may a
county.*' he understands what the people red in the cemetery at Kynes- member of the Boar of Directors. The

-. need and desire Tbose who said officers shall severally perform such
ville, Rev. R. C. Williams con- duties and receive such compensation I

The population of the United now know him and those who ducting the funeral services. therefor as the by-laws of this corporation -
shall prescribe. Tbe Board) of DIrectors c
States, Philippines and Porto will\ know him before this cam- The loved ones have our deepest shall be elected by the stockholders

Rico is 103,992,752. The popu- paign is over can easily settle the sympathy. the Board at their of regular Directors annual shall election elect the and of

lation of the United States, Alaska question of bis ability ;'to their (leers Directors of this and corporation.officers of this The corporation Board- of

and Hawaii is 93,471,748. 'Neither entire satisfaction. / NOTICE: shall be elected upon the second) Wednes- ry
1 .. Of Intention to Apply for Letters Patent. day of January A. D. 1911. and- annual ,.'
off these'includes Guam'and ly tbereafter In such manner as the bylaws -
BRADFORD.We Notice Is hereby given that 'the subscribers of the corporation may prescribe.
Samoa. New York, Chicago and hereto Intend on the 3rd day of Tbe officers who are to conduct the bus
', Philadelphia are three of January, A. D. 1911 to apply to the Governor I mesa or businesses of this corporationuntil
t r now are proud to represent of the State of Florida tor Letters those elected at the first election
", the ten largest cities in the Patent Incorporation the subscribers and shall be qualified ore E. P. Rose J. K.
Bradford.T. those who may hereafter be associated 'asher and A__ J. Loudermilk 'as. the
world. The population ot' eight wltb them an share holders and their Board of Directors; E. P. Rose, as President
r American cities L. Daniel of Compass Lake successors. Into a body corporate under J. R. Dasher as Vice-President
r :, exceeds- the business the laws of the'State of Florida to be and A. J. Loudermilk as Secretary and
transacted here last
half-million mark. known as'Rose-DatherTurpentine Com- Treasurer of) this corporation. The man who is run nine on bis
week. pany In pursuance of the proposed char Article VII.
_. 0" .' ter adopted by them and hereinafter set The highest amount of Indebtedness own merits and against Ring and
Mrs. Rosetta McDuffie, of Geneva forth. This' the KHh day of November, or liability to which this corporation can Factional '
The Lake City Index takes a A. D. 1910. at any time subject Itself 1 Is Klfty Thousand Politic ?
Ala., is visiting; relatives at E. P. ROSE Dollars ($$50,000.00. / '
whack at the idiotic system of J. R. OASHEB.A. Article VIII. The man who is running

; criminal'procedure in our courts this place.Mrs. J. LOUDKRMILR.l The names and residences of the subscribing against the Perpetuation of the

in the following robust fashion Lizzie Harrell of w rop u-. Turpentine VOlDp."". and the number of shares and the amountof States Senatorship
stock subscribed for by each are as follows -
which we take pleasure in reproducing sau, spent Sunday with, Mrs. Know alt men by these presents that to-wit Jacksonville

: George Bell. the undersigned, for ourselves And for E. P. Rose'Valdosta,Georgia... -- --
t those who maybecome associated withus One hundred and twenty shares
H The indictment against a Hills- as share holders have, and do hereby (120) at the par value of One.
Miss Mittie Register; spent form ourselves Into a body corporate on- hundred dollars each ... ... .$12.000.00
borough county man specified Sunday with Misses Lula and der the laws of the State of Florida and J. R. Dasher Pt. Washington,
:- that be bad slain his victim by adopt and promulgate the following char Florida, One hundred and twenty
Linnie ter to-wit
Daniel. shares ((120) at the par valueof
blows'upon his body arid'wben Article I. One hundred dollars each.:.. 12,00000A.
Mr. Bevis the and The name of the corporation shall be J Loudermilk. Pt. Wash 7'
organ piano
;y a witness testified'tbat the blows Rose-Dasber Turpentine Company. ington, Florida Ten shares (to)
man was among our people Article lit of the par value of) One hundred
were upon the bead the evidence "* The place of business of this corpora- dollars each......., ,....... ._.. 1000.00
last Wednesday. tion shall bo Pt. Washington Washington -
: was ruled out on the ground thatthebody
County }'Iorlda-wltb the power and Total amountof stock subacri bed$25.000.00
and head are separateand Miss Mittie Register,of Grace- privilege oi establishing and operating In testimony whereof we have hereunto '
such branches, offices plants and worksIn set our hands this the Ifiib day of November 4ri'
distinct parts of the human yule, is'spending a few days here the State of Florida, or 'elsewhere to A.-D. 1010.
{ the United States of America as may be E..P. ROSE. 5'5'i
and the with her brother.
anatomy prisoner was deemed by the Board of Directors of this J. R. DASHER.

.charged only with body blows. corporation useful, necessary or convenIent A J.. tiOCTDSBMILXt -
Rev. Parker4 failed tofu his In conducting Its business or businesses. '
The fact that the man was dead, -the State of Florida Wnahington County.. "
appointment Bridge Saturday Article III. This day before the subscriber -
; that he bad been killed by said and Sunday. The general nature of the business or appeared J. R. Dasher and personally A. J. ma.L; c;I,
blows and that the witness bad businesses to be transacted by this cor- Loudermilk of Pt. Washington, Florida 1 'j'ij.
poration shall be purchasing owning each of whom Is personally known to me fI
r.- seen the crime committed counted George; Newton, from near selling, working leasing and encumber- to be the Individual described In and who .If<.
Chipley spent Sunday with lOll lands and timber manufacturing, signed the above and foregoing notice of '
for nothing; against such an acquiring and disposing, of lumber Intention to apply lor letters patent and ,
; ''enormous technical friends i in oar little burg. staves timber, cross-ties and other articles the proposed charter and each acknowledged .
,error. ; opening up. owning buying leasIng before me this day that. he signed! .. -
such damphoolishness is what Elma Riley, of Wausau; and selling and operating turpentine the said notice and proposed charter, for 'MR RYAN '.
farms manufacturing" the products the uses and purposes therein expressed "Eo CA./DIOArt' /If YHi Pratt 0' ,
k causes men to loses respect for William Daniel Jr., visited thereof and disposing of the same; bayIng and as his free act and deed, and that. his ALL f/N/TQJTAT5.CTIONS 01' PLO''O'JNATOAIr roe .
constructing owning.leasing -and signature thereto genuine, *
'; the law' and the courts.,. '. .' ,- ..friends.. at CowfordSunday.. operating saw mills,tram-roads private In testimony. whereof.I have, hereunto

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it' :Wash Stand, from -" : 3.30 up Iron Beds, from .- 2.40; up Good Brussels Rugs, from 1.00. up if'*

1,1, Good>> Brussels Art Squares..9x12, $12.50 Heavy Tapistry Brussels,.9x12 .. 15.00 Deltax Grass Art Squares,: 9x12 ,7.00 W,

: Smith's Velvet Art Squares; 9x12, 18.00 .Del tax Grass Art Squares, 9x12 8.00 Lace-Curtains, as!low as 55c Pr. :

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4 Ii "v"v..,.. Window Shades in white' Linen 7 ft. long 36 in. wide for 75c per Pair r't,

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,". 5\ bunch. Among the lot are threeLadies Dressing Tables, to be sold at less than cost. And :our *, ,

'jfi: ="Mattings"- < ''.are all new patters and will be sold at cost.. .' :;

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O. Come early; buy early, and we will, deliver the goods the very day you say. You wII.Ifind. when4ou' ::

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any store in West Florida. .

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PSTAM t The First National Bank "
..... t" Notice is hereby Riven that an election i -
:-;:: :) will be held at Fountain school house on
.1 all g'f' JIIa I Tuesday the 80th day of December, A. D. OP PENSACOLA, lI'LA,
'\ 1910, to determine whether the territory "
':"::-' described In petition duly presented to Designated Depositary of the. United Btai ... '.. .
the Hoard of Public Instruction Wash 4. .
Ington county, on the 3rd day of October, >" '
1910, In compliance with Sections 2 and 3, Oldest and Largest Bank in Weet Florid4 ,;.
.- : Chapter 4078, laws of :Florida hall be ORCi.ttiNIZF. 7VIaY' :10. :ieeo. ; -1, ."
cJTr ER- tax school district, and sf
come a : -
: for the election of three (3) trustees, for Half Million .. :--
Capital Dollars.
said district, and to determine the num-
ber of mills of special school tax: to be 'SI-Irplue and Undivided Profit, $100000.: .
levied and collected annually for the succeed :

The Parl n & Oren The lug boundaries two yearu.. said' district If established Interest Paid in Savings Department at Rate of 4 per cent, per Annum. :,}f'
shall be the name as stated In -".
U I I : clorff Co., Canton, Ills:, said petition. THe First National BonkOP I
All registered and qualified voters residing .
made the first Stalk Cut '
within the bounds of said district NMACOI.A1. A
or territory are entitled to'vote In this ,
ter ever built< over 50 election. W.;K. BYKK. JR.,President. W. S. KBVBKK Vlce-Pren
sY- M. M. Fralser, R. Lambert, R.' II. W. J. FORBES, Cashier. THOS. W.Baas Aut.CubLer. W. N. ROBBHTS. A....Cashier r
years ago; today they Robinson,Inspectors and Z. II. Fralser, Directors:-P.C.Brent\ W. A.Blount. W. a Keyner. Wm.H. KDowl_ W.K.Hj-er. J
; clerk. W.J. Forbes.. Knowlea Hver. Tho W.Brent., -<"
L w c are building the best By order of Board of Public Instruction -
of Washington county Florida and ..
f Stalk Cutter on the market In accordance with Chapter 4978,' !School
Laws. High-Class Saw Mill MachineryWe
O B. BUSH. Chairman. ,
B. F. GAINER, Sec,and Co. Bupt.; 23
carry at our warehouse

El L You reed...cilfMln a Stalk Cutter to do good work. You get It In thtaono' nd NOTICE OF ELECTION. Ocean St., a'large stock of Porta-
with weight yon getitrcneth. The P.& practically'Indoslrnctlblo.- Boware of Notice U hereby given that an election ble and Stationary Engines; Loco-

..light,flimsy rtIkcnttere-you: will rue tha day you buy ono, This one"'IIIJast. will be held at Wausau school house on motive and Horizontal Return Flue
Tuesday the 20th day of December, A, D. Saw-Mills.
life-time. What do the manufacturers thcmscivou think of it? "Back it up with on 1910 to determine whether the territory Boilers; Planers EdgrM -
'unqualified, ruaraotoe." That la putting. It pretty slrone what inoro cnn you nsk:? described In a petition; duly presented to (M, s era Saws, Belting .and. Mill Supplies -
the Board of Public Instruction of Wash* ,+ ; also engine and saw-mill sup
Ington; county on the 3rd day of October ? y
1910 In comullance with Sections 2 ano 3, plies. Prospective purchasers will
o PQ PQ Chapter 4878 lawn of Floridashall be find It,to their interest to get our
come a special tax school district and for
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before will
buying. Write
prices salesman.
the, election of three(3)) trustees for said postal bring our fop illustrated -
CANTONPLOWS' CANTON PLOWS CANTON PLOWS CANTON PLOWS: district and to determine the number of catalog. jyialsfoyVlocHltier'y Co.
mills of special school tax to be levied
and collected annually for the succeed 22 Ocean St. .Jacksonville Plot-Ida.
ing two yeara. Lon Distance Telephone No. B7..f. '
Co. The boundaries of said district If established -
Chiplcy Hdw. shall be the game as stated In
said petition. '
,,v. \ registered and qualified voters real- W. B. MILTON, M. L. DEKLE, F. M. GOLSON.
..g' _" .... Headquarter lot dent within the bounds: of said districtor President. Vice'Presldeo' Cashlor.
,'I<' territory are entitled to vote in this
'" All Kinds of Up-to-DaSo Farm Machinery election.T .
u; L.Jones, J. J. Cox I. T. Barrow, First National Bank.
Inspectors, and W. T' Lorne. clerk.
.III 110 By order of Board of, Floridatrand .
Lion of Washington county, /'
.. I 1 _. In accordance.. with Chapter 4078, school I
G. B. HUSH Chairman. y,
of the Interior, Department of the Interior Attest: ,Capital $50,000.00
V Land Offlce kt tj, lnesvllle. Florida, U. a.:: Land Office at Oalneavllln\ Fla. i B. F. OAINEB Sec. and Co. Sitpt. .
December 3,19l0, Nov. 12, 1UO.( '
Solicits Accounts of Banks, Firms and Individuals.
N b'tlce la hereby given that Eliza Notice |Is hereby! given that Charles 11.
Bell, of Koonfloii: ,. Florida who on Davis, of Wausau, Florida, who on Feb> 'I A., G. McQuagge\ Our twenty'years experience lu the banking? business enables us to offer'
December 17. 1MB) made Homestead rnarylSth 1004. made Homestead Entry you the best banking: facilities of any bank in West Florida. We also have a.
Entry (Serial No. ())12t) for w>f of nwK, No. ;MHM; Serial} Mo. 034O3. for w Range ne& fully' equipped Savings Department in which we pay interest on deposits. Accounts
Seo.0. Township t South, Range 13 westl Section 28, Townshlrr 3 Nortb 13 mall bandied easily Interview.
Tallahassee Meridian.has Died west, Tallahassee Meridian, baa tiled no Notary Public by as as by personal
Intention to make Commutation proof to Send us your business.
tlce of Intention to make Una) five year '
eat&bllsbclaim to the land above described proof to establish claim to the land tate at Large. F. M. GOLSON, Cashier.
before the Cleric of the Circuit Court; at. above described, before the Clerk of the
Vernon, Florida, Olt thn 12tb-day of January ClrcultCourtatVernonIlorldaon the
1911. 30th day of December 1910.
Claimant names aa witnesses: Adam Claimant names as witnesses: Raney Dunn Coleman CQ wants to AND HIDES
Gainer E. F. Caster henry Bell, of Bird John Nlckles. liunyan NU-kles. .
Ecoutlnai Florida, *II.n4..r... .,. ..B.- BellrofChip- Daniel McCol umn, all' ot VVausau b'la.IILNRY.S. see you at their place Of busi FURS HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID
; .Id. .. < :. < CIlU1S. ness. fOR RAW FURS AND HIDES
""A n0 ,. .111:58": : 1:3.: .CHUBB, Ed foe paid. Register Wool on CoimnUslon. Writ for prloe. ,
fee paid Register.forefrmed- I
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r orewarmej1..r :.iJ iq : oDgres -.wqn't do anything i at'the,Misses.' Richardson's. tbsyear. JOHN WHITE & CO LOUISVILLEKY.EatabUahe4 1887

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Call for,Primary Election.: IT'S: ;ALWAYS;' BAD.! -.,
40. B. Uay Stroet '
: The Democratic.County Committee, of FLORIDA. ../
$1000 the County of Washington, Htateof FlorIda The Best of Backs are Bad When .JACKSONVILLE yEverything \
: hereby makes the following call tOI: plUplalnin ae4 :;.
the w .. .. "
People for ;
the holding of a Democratic prlma.ryelection They Ache, and Chipley "IV,, "
.,- Be held In compliance whb -.
to .
wouldn't take thousan dll- Know It. mm Wf( ai. n,. .elllugt: ,
[ a the laws of Florida, In each election ,. \
for the VINOL has trlct of Washington County Florida, t at A bad back U always bad. .Kaeh :-
: good the legal poling place thereof, daring t.he the well knowj Farq! *l at. ."
me. I was told that Cod Liver hours fixed by law for the holding of aD Bad at night when bedtime comes. '
the medicine I needed for election on Tuesday, the 10th day of Ja.o- Just as bad In the morning. ery dlrept t.ct.lhjDleer, which me .. \.w'.4"'

: condition and poor uarr. 1911, for the nomination of% Den He -- Ever try Doan'a Kidney Pill for 1 It. customer .: ,' \ .rt'
ocratle candidate for United State .a saving to our. '_ ,..
... I could not take the greasy; ator to be voted for by the Democrat Know they cure backache-cure! e'o- .. .(,;.. ......'
of the Legislature of the State- Large Stock:Easy'T0rWe. : ;
and when our druggist told 1111 ? :' '
kidney ,
: of 'Iorlda\ be held In ry .: r' .
; ; VINOL contained not only! Provided, that a second primary If ne It you don't, some Chipley people Send for Catalog and Price. ;,,' I c..: :-
: iron but all the medicinal essarv under the provisions of lawlll .
prop do. "
shall be held on Tuesday the 3Ut day t 01 .;,. .. ."": .r"
1{: pf Cod Liver Oil without the< January. 1911 to choose between the two Read a case of it: '. 'L- "

or oil or bad taste, I 'mad highest candidates. nomination IIhali J. E. Calfey, Second St., Cbjple: For ; >
not have been made by a majotltv yote OF Florida State College Womeg.
mind that the medicine. number' UNIVERSITY FLQJUDA.
was .
: In the first primary election and at lucb Fla., says, "Fora yean! '
;: I tried it and to-dayam primary election only such electors ;a.. weak'and aching back kept me in mis-: GAINESVILLE y.- : :: .-'

and well." ry were election Qualified shall to be vote permitted In the first to ery. The kidney secretions were" 11'-i .A Superior But Inexpensive -Institution 'for. School, of Music.School Art. School f* *>>fMrion. ,... .",,Iy. ;..-.

; Mas. J. T. Sarroxii, The County Democratic tommltteecaUlnlr regular passage*and I could And Florida Younfjflen. School of Home Economics.throa.bcMat."ral ,?" I
said primary elections, In compliance Four oonege..agricuiturateaperlment .tatlowUnlversit7 First class equipment ;
; Greensboro N C of nothing that would rid me of the trot 46 aDd .Militant low. For Iofasatlp, 4." C
I with the laws of the State < extension. professors free. Other upen'l'fIIl' 'oJ'
Florida, hereby declares the terms and ble. I had used Doan'a Ointment with *. 80 per cent increase in attendance: last address. .t.. ;'

;' (narrate* the jronailnenses..... conditions on which legal electors ofle good results, and deciding to try DoaD ..year.catalogue Attractive address, b A. .. MWIPIIEE.PreMde.i.we EDWAIP CWUU l rraiUMl. rw" ,\ .
vote i a.
to become candidates or to 1 ;:
: testimonial such Ing elections shall be regarded and taken Kidney Pills, I procured a box at $LGeachy'a I -' #r :

as proper members, of the Democrat ", -drug store, They acted just SHOP1No ,: ,
sell VINOL with the la party, and therefore entitled to pa; CITY BARBER .
tlclpata) to and become candidates befog as represented,,gluing me prompt and promptly obtain U. 8. and Foreign .
I tl at if it does and vote at such elections as follows: lasting relief. I am glad .to fflcom-: 7 ,,-" I

the QUALIFICATIONS OF CANDIDATES. ASILKCTOBS. mend Doan's Kidney'Pills to all suf" :
give purchaser Waiting. "
per- ". ; !
: ferers from kidney complaint.

satisfaction, we return Those, and obly those persons shall t)e For sale by all dealers.. Price ,50 I r 3 : ': ]:< '
I candidates before, -
; without question. or permitted to vote at to,become or participate In the management cents. Foeter-MUburo Co., Buffal ,' I <'freereport Send model on,Kltotctt rwtentaKLltjrFor or photo cl freeeeboot [ _, Barbersr'', Aap r
of any primary election held by New York, sole agents for the United < : ;:
a you try a bottle un the Democratic of Washlngt.oncoupt .Florida, who are whiter Vemocrat- States., TW ,_ .' f .
;:; conditions?' Ie electors, who declare their adherence ''Remember the name:- -Doan's-at l Shave .; .... ... ... 15... ::,..r-,:. "itHatrcgttingt' '
to the principles and organization of ttDemocratic other. .- ...,. .125c. :::".. $: L':F,
: McGeachy, Druggist partyNational', State and take no alllifgOpposite Shampoo, ..... ....... 2.Sc. ,_- .-.)' .
\ County and who are ,by the laws of tbe -n Massage, .."........,.' 2Se.'v: ?-:i'i"
; Cbipley; Fla. State lawful electors of the dis&rictwhich .In I -I U. STPatent Office Hair Singe,:........, 25c.. -" ''':..:
they offer to vote. +T.
; Each elector In the County qualified I t.o pious work at hand fordie American WASH INGTON. D. C. .:
: Is Your Property For Sale vote In said elections snail have t.bertgbt dissertations We Spiff!, it i Ypur Patronage. ;:n Y" ,,> .
United States Senator. on '
,f to vote for one press .. .
( Cbipley Board of Trade, who That have all paid Democratic.their poll taxes white', and elector have, Roosevelt. It is the "workperpetuating .. of Very |JI lepeftT!,"||r.j ...11.W.p .

many .inquiries .for qualified November to 8th vote,.19HV In the and election are otberwli held on ', popular: goyen- : :p *eTJt, PTOpr,.:".;; ?-;"" .

;: ,'farms, stock lands, etc.i vote provided, shall be al. ment and that is,no child's tasl, '. .. ... ....,.. -
lowed to In the primaries held I In to writ far our confidential lettet before ap ,
i- have such property for January, 1911, and no poll tar shall be i either, in this day. ): tent tit nay de worth money J. JONES .
rent, in the county, or i i in required to be paid for the year 1010 aa .. .. We prompt obtain.P.A and ForeignPATENTS j D ,, ;
': and will give ,us a prerequisite to vote In the said prima
Chipley, will rise.'and the registration books lor the Many person find themselves afre ted Attornst: .AtCl1IPLET .; w. ,.',
4' description of it, we November 8th, 191i( .
election held on return EN" .
to help you findabuyi shall be accepted as correct reilatra.tlonbooks with I. 'persistent cough after an attac TjlADB TIRE BVlorucyVlee MARKS, Send model sketch yiU. ._, : .
for said primaries. of Influenza.l As thiscough can bromptlycnred er !hoto and we send an IMMEDIATE
E : state size, location and Each candidate for' office being vote i by the use of Chamber FREE report on p&teo :}!
from town; amount i I in for shall ,have the right to place one aln's Cough Remedy tk should not heal:' the 1ieileJral are moderate.service_ and Try us.1 advice, and. ow CABMIUHAE :
the oollln .
watcher and challenger In AlJ. -. '"" ,,,
and timber; numb owed to run on until It becomes trouble- -
In the County
place at each district ] 'SWIFT & CO. ,
of buildings; water which said watcher and challenger sha tome; Bold hy CUyTJrug Store and 8.'E : ,J .A.$t "Qe1".l1'1'' -<..
: fruit, stock, etc., namio be entitled to be present during the' entire lieOeacby.. Patent LawyortOpp p ..Colleot.1oD a Specialty. ";" ;,
time the polls are open jo challena ,U.S.Patent OfficeWashington,D.C. ChJIII.y,
price and terms and voters and also witness the'counting of : ... ;,
send in to the votes and certifying of the results alter .;..:. .....-
the polls are closed. Don't pearls befor :;:.;: ;:;
'; THE BOARD OF TRADE, This committee shall meet at the court "* .
hones In Vernon at noon on the first Saturday twine these. days.It might Rivhe" Botanic Do : ?.A::;::;,r
Fla. "
Chipley, and publicly, ., .
after such rlmary hogs indigestion, and bog I : ....
and certify the result -
canvass the returns '
A of said primary to the- State Demo neat is,worth; more tba ipea.r1s. You .. N'
: Execut.lve.Commlt.tAle. Blood Balm
f'r"J 1iL.Cagtilf.f.A mLe.n. for MBCWAKICffatiM everybody.ngecleoce.aacthowto. Ordered and passed In regular rneet.'nlrtlll .. ... : ';:-'
.C1R About elearli th. the of DeceMber. A. D. 1910 Take :, ,','.1:. .,
(4 3 -
: tools. Simple prmcUcal.fUllofplctiirm. Chairman County DemoCratCExecuttPe "
AND Sui.J -" for,depreciation in ma- I
Com on\t tee, Wasblngto, ; J Blood Poison
) pie peen copr '
fV PakvCe.s '
e tS' Bfxcan St..Bottos.Mus. L. D. McBAE, Secretary., ;illowance tor. depreciation- :8ONE''PAINS, CAN- ,

to rapby I ( ? It not .

| AMIHI "N, 44 .- As Usual. .. _. "PllffUS, ,;..' ,!,'
,month danger from. Influenza I i II '
J pictures !' The greatest '
I o(>
I Sample this tops.. with fine scorn, that politics is ;a ie obviated by using Chamberlain'Jough'Remedy Itching Humors. ....

I mention c.n Photography pvper.I A P lirty business.. -1'11 have none'of as it not only cures ,Joloetua _" a B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm) Is'the only Blood We will send THE BA>' NJCB post pai0 '::"". '
St.. BoBton.Mra. but counteracts any tendency che.disease remedy that kill.the poison in the blood and then "
it. The candidates are ail rotten towards pneumonia. Sold by: purifies aendiacr a flood of pure rich and blood whew direct to any address, for|1 pel yearj tOo for elf )C :;:
Bones Jolnta.
to the skin Bur'ace. IV
the 'cang Controls everything '; City Drug Store and_8. E. McUeachy ever Ulcers the Pidiplea disease,located.Eruption. are In this healed way and all cured Sores months; ; 25o. for three mouth \,-f :-,:-. ,.:

is lost sigh and aches of Rheumatism ceases, swellings ..
and principle --- pains -
Word'With.. You lubside. B. B. B.completely changes the blond. O ;. -
of in the. pursuit of office. You indulge porter- Into clean,healthy condition. stylus the skin the r"J' ::
can rich. red hued perfect health. B.B.B.cures the tL : .

: MR. MERCHANT.You 'Did you vote at.tbe recent primary louse appetite on a chuck steal wornt BOTANIC old:cases.BLOOD BALM Try it.(B. B. ) I Ee will send Tea BAJIVXB and ihi/;.':f .
ale to take composed pure Botaniclneredlentstpurlfes New-YrokThrioe-a-VTeek World j.Vvlor ,
? I asked wage'without having a kick com- and enriches the blood. B. B.B. strenotbens one ,yssu tf... ".. .

: cannot look about you. No, I'didn't. I had to:- fix; my; ng on the increased costof'Iiv'' ;' system.the DKUGQISTS.nerves and builds.PKK up LAKQB the.broken BOTTIJC down $1.66, ? ',<>". ...."...J-","'{;',..

: the streets without see- oalbin on.primary day. inK! with SAMK.B:directions SUIT for Pus home by cure writing to BLOOD=> Or : '''\ r''f.t ".;-,'':'';\
Did register? BALM Co., ATLANTA. GA. When'writing for .
who have .
people money you .. '* .fII_ samples KITS name ol rout trouble if you know. : :; *S'\-

their pockets which ought Forgot it. I was pretty busy: We neyer' did. .like this }ides-pt; We will send Tai BAKMIS: .. sadtt>:. -

; in your cash drawer, all day the,last registration day. ;rbing-hungry in 'order?'.Jo. bell] vo99uovvgoooooofavofaotaWhen Atlanta Weekly.Journal, on year,for IW' :>J.:...f", ..'

credit in the ins in the evening I attended J1 :;
to bank
your : hose wjio.are, suffering becausiif yow ..<

cannot look-about you. whist party'and .didn't think of > their own ignorance. JOB PRINTJNOY9999O999O9999999099099099 I O r :....i'.f.'...' J.-:::;
until it 'too late., 7 ; .
your store or shop with egistering was ,,"'
seeing goods that these This made it plain to me why: -* /, N ii you want all three --r-. -Tw, :-:. '.
A'lot of people are all right ac IOCOOOOOOOiDt90tD00. BANMKRThe Hew! Tork Worlds T1ie 4-r-
;;1: ::: people should own- Jlufferly holds the opinions he ording to tbeir.lightsbut' "their ''' lanta; Joaroal-we will make the/tt=twn: ..
and' the political c low prloe of for ;-
now be using. does ot politics "' y only $soar the three imi "
::!: dot_ ituation. wicks need''triming,.._ 'Advertise InTHEBANNER .pen.. .i ._

facts hold \good.- ... I Today is the acceptable time toot orlb-. ',:,:"

;;1: if you have been doing A sprained.ankle will usually -dIsable The peculiar properties of Chamber. For best results.oocoooecocceccooeeccccoccd., THE BAN1R. .i
: .business. lately tbe Injured person for three or four weeks iin's Cough Remedy.'have .t .
during epidemics "of lottuazat .
tested : ,
Thill Is due to lack of proper treatment:;, ughly, ::; .
are the.sort of facts and when It. was taken'In time- ;w j }fhep Chamberlain's; Liniment is applied "
;: make store-keeping a cure may be effected' In. three or four hae not heard of a single case of pnea :

most interesting in the' daa.. This liniment Is one* of the heel. ionia, 'Bold by City Drug: Sr.ore'and' S.. FRENCH :-:

=-the most tantalizing and most remarkable preparations In USA E. McUeacby.
; ; Sold by City Drag /Store:! and .S, E),. Meeachf. I .. '

too. as *-1'; ; ..Now is the time to send'us .-MARKET .: -.' '

you realize' that you our'order for j fob-work. ... .

reach these people ev- Lots of FOOLs ._--,- .- -- GOFFEE
week ..... -, \, .
New York .newspapers are WwaAMWO MMi MMr/AeNr/r .. ,- w .S
If yoiTplace adv. .,- WE'DlrBILL
having great sport with Tbeo>
LJIm' -
Banner. 1
{ The ore Roosevelt and they are en.

worth trying. titled to.some of it because' Tbeo Ip LETTER. $100 In Gold $IOO7
j dore Roosevelt has bad. 'his funrich .

the"New York newspapers. ,NOTE; E>JVEtPESUEADS .. Everyone who sends us'In a list of English word invift UJ1,of.

But, 'after all it will occur' to a I BUSINESS. any, or all,. of,the'ette.r. in ,
great many thoughtful men that I '' H MARKET COFFEETwill
"., rATEMENTS. N CARDS 'FREN. ,. ..Y.r
these newspapers .might devote '
f\I ,,PRfciv of their attention toward a CIRCULARS PAMPULETS receive a'present The one sending in the greatest list,

," some MILL 'r.: COMMISSARYtIIECRS of words will be given One Hundred Dollars in Gold. Hun ,

'.- -. .jrious, effort to prevent, the CIIEC'BEQEIP'I'S. duds of other" valuable presents will,be:given free to i tlwntetla Ti-+.

.:. Ferry's Seeds speci Interests from wrecking : 1- ants. ,;; gas"'
:' are the best known and the Democratic party even as DRAFTS
t.. the moat reliable seeds crown.Brer N For list of presents and particulars regard--
package baa behind It the refutation have wre kedM'r.. Roose- EDDING VISITING '
JPi;['. : of a houso whose bu.ineY.tand.rda are ta. they ,ins" contest, ask your grocer, or,write to
... highest: in the trade. slt's : : .' -
If", XWrrV ewe Bw4 A.....wffl tie FKEC party.: r 1VITATIONS: G : .CARDS: .CONTSTOrPARliUENT':
I.;,.. *,all .pvUa lta It contains eolorwl pDI..II'. Mr Roosevelt 'is an interest-
; fS eliding ftnte..adndldiortpttuuprtoii.dd1eN1eo own law varlatM of VMnrtanUaaia fng character.and be'b s'" faults : \ :NEW"',ORLEANS V COFFEE CO. LTD.
.r ;: Mnrar e sds. loralaabU to aU.. Banffer M. : TO ORDER .,
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#:.. M. PEKMV eV CO. Detrolte.p' MMksVjlft1 t.o i be sure; but? there is .more se-I .. NBW ORLEANS
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:'.." ..",... 4" the.Ton. The Stork and the Eagle., '
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,, Wen government of Mexico A West Philadelphia teacherwas .1 I.F '
t. ,
decided to drain lake Texco- talking about.. wild animals "... /. .

cp., j just eatof; the city, in order anjJ, birds to a, dlass of little girls, ,, O'S
i lesseh the flanger of' floods said Secretary Dick of the Boar ]

[uring the rainy season, and also of Education In relating some of' .. -.d g'1

get: at the rich soda deposits the amusing incidents .tbat hap 0

In the bed of the lake, it spudded pen in the public_schools. She :
v .
the doom of one of tbe queerest had to d. hem.abouf the 'carnivorous ., ,. .. -,--,' ; 'PRiNTiNG.1: :
and :most ancient industries inthe animals and beasts oft" the: ,' \...

new world; that of catching jungle, and' began aSkfng'ques: rt..t ., "r

:flies for the market, tions about birds of prey. r' .. C-. .. .

'7 Since the days of the Aztec Can in tbe class tell me, ." "f : ... ., I .... -. .... ., ." .
anyone .
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lords of Mexico a small"band ofDatives she asked what bird it: is: thatissc"lstro"ng ? .." > _-..' >" ,\: : .*-! {} .
: I ::. good impression ,,, -
has made, a :comfortable that it. can fly down : '''' ', .' C'.l ,-' .

living out of the business of sup out of the sky and carry oft'a' e : '. .: among your' .cor-// .

plying the canaries and other pet small, child with ease? '. '. .' '. '
birds and fine poultry of the Uni- There was a moment's pause, oQ I ; :.respondents. andhelps''c., / .,' .".

ted States and Mexico with the and then a little girl in the rear; (j) oU ". ",to give your business(., ..!. .
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delicacy of dry, salted flies. s_ of the classroom frantically raised f-- '

,: Now. tbe lake is drying up .the her- hand. I know, fairly ..... < .' .: :. '; .'.' g

lies have disappeared, the birds shouted the bright pupil,..:under ,, : >: ; ; ':' '
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are to go hungry; .-and ,the. fly stress ot .excitemen, its ,; .. : "c :. .

catchers have been abandoned the stork cause oneof" 'em : : = ; ,::: ., ., ,.; \ (( .
toour'house' last
brought a baby .
their pleasant vocation .for the : '
night. We. Neat'Printing
drudgery of digging& 'soda from' .. -H : 8HeasonablePiices.J
the bottom of lake. M
a smelly '
; Until recent years the annual For! thirty' years"J. F. Boyer, of tfertlloMa. .-' ....
production! , ) .
{toils That's why he wants to 'help some one '
measured and until
m ; thisyeariwas .

fi sufficient_ to ,.afford a for now.all Suffering distress from solon'ghlmtelf Backache: Nervou he-.leela.I' i. QQt "h '. -j : ,, ". r':\f.; u 2 ; ::> .

means... ,, 'of livelihood'fo a small ness. Loss -of Appetite Lassltuj and ; : i
Colony"c of native flycatchers. Kidney dlQ rders. lie shows that .Eloc '--L..l Give"us, ,your next:..orderand ; .. : :>. _
trio Bitters work wonders for such troubleu. -
:: {Chese, market flies are a.little will give '" .......
Five bottles, hewr'. tes, wholly we you.per- :.
smallerNthan-the: ordinary house cured mo',and ilOW 1 .m.weU and hearty eU .1. ; '

fly. .Preserved in the natural Its also.pOHltlvely" guaranteed for Llv.r; feet... satisfaction w thus,' ... ,
Trouble Dyspepsia.. Blood I Disorders, >< "
salts they rewound to be an Female} Complaints and Malaria. Try < PH making: you ,one 'o( our '.. --
excellent food for caged 'birds them. COo at S. U. McOeachy. "
and: chickens 'and. .' .regular. customers. .:.. ; ?:; ?:. :=. .
.. } hundreds of. Cooking- ,: ... 'f ,."," >i
I Sun .c't ., .- : .....' 1.4'h
sacks were'shipped! annually to .' ,.. .' .... .' .. '
Sun cooklhy-roasting and boiling by .. !" > : : '::-,:-' .
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bird the. United. States. .. I sunlight of coal gaahas 0 ,< I..,.," : .. ,
InHtea .by Pr .', : ( ..
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and Germany, for 300 There .. .
: been going.on. years. are :
'TTtie' insects' are caught in. nets 'son stoves that roast: a' sirloin 'or bola t I. : : '. ";: :: <"'" .. :: .:'<:: "
..8 tlp'to }+ertectlon. They are only .
'. TIlE; '
asthey swarm near the lake's- used however, by 'Scl ntlsts, A. sun il,,:; .; ." ', : ,.. : S
surface. killed by drowning m stove consists mainly of a mirror-a I. ,- .. ,.
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the water' sand immediately spherical,jnlfror'-on" a joint. Th6re Is .. "
also The place for pot or \
a reflector.
spread out on sheets to dry* Af plate !Is so situated that the mlrror'i. r" CHIP' LEY BANNER

'ter.this simple' ,curing process rays can be focused on It accurately ,

they are sacked up and then A German; Baron Tcherhunsen. was" '--" .
the first sun cook. He..II'gnn'ln 1887 to "
ready for market. boll water And In 1088 he had very Chipley Fla.

During the year '1900 more good success In bolllnpr eggs. Sir Jphn ta .
than $iOPOFworth.were' shipped Jler her;/l.11d :Bnffon ore'other.famous ,G '- /

,to" ':Europe.alone.-. ". '. In names California associated parlous. with sqp san cooks cooUlnjr.have d) 1\\ I -.- -0 . .

The;profession of'fly catching boiled a gallon of waterIn twenty

and' 'fly-.preserving has been minutes, i roasted meat\ In" two hours "

banded down from father to son and quite poached as good eggs time' as In. the fifteen ordinary tnlnuten fire 0)rt 1' ...............""... .

;in 'a few families who have held makes. I

a monopoly on.tbe. industry since Aa odd thing about meat roasted 'by 'c.....;... DO YOU KNOW !
the days of etzahualcoyotl J linn rays Is that, It has an unpleasant
when that .monarch signed a taste. This-la avoided!by the Insertionof
treaty with,the..Casique' Chimal- a plate of Tellow-glass'between'tbe. p That now is the time to build that home or business house e
meat and mlrron In all solar stoves you have been considering "The present business depressionhas
popca of Tehochtitlan" whereby the sheet of yellow? glass flgnres.-London reduced the price of lumber and building materials; labor 'III'iijiI'>
a number Tencans 'received a Tit-Bits. .: la cheap and plentiful and you call build now for 25 to 50 per e
concession to gather flies in' the ;.... \ I cent less than in

former's realm to teed the sacred Reading the Fao. .
quetzals? in the_great teocalli.; Restless eyes denote a deceitful t. designing 'c' .M.1- : X JUNE, 1907, OR JUNE, 1908.1
disposition; greenish,eyes menu .-.. '
--- -- -- falsehood malice and a love of scan .o When you think of lumber building, material think of us .
.. EN PS wJN'l' n' .OUBLIS. dal; blue eyes tell -of 'tendency to coquetry P4 and the fact that we have completed a modern up-to-date millwork 4IIIIii I7
,black yes meab a lively spur-. : 4 mill and can fnrnish everything'made of wood used in e
To marty"winter.Is of trouble. ,
building from sills to comb,. and.that we can '
The frost bitten ,toes and fingers, chapped Iced: and sometimes deceitful character .' $
hands and.IIp.,chllbJa.lns.-] old sores, ; eyes with a yellowish, 'bloodshot DO IT QUICK: e
red and tough '4klnt, prose this. Bat White usually betoken strong emotions
such troubles fly before Backlen's Arnica and hot,.temper; 'gray eyes mean dig U Sash Mouldings Framing Bank e
halve..4trlM.'couvInces: !'! <:! Oreatestbeater nlty and Intelligence and brown eyes a (1) Doors Casings. Flooring DrugStore e
of Burns. Bolls, Files.Outs, Sores, tender, true kind and happy nature. A '.. Blinds Base Ceiling .
Eczema .. i mouth had better be too large than! too Frames Finish Siding Fixtures. '"
and.Spralns!. :rOnly25c at; 9, E.McGeacby.
small for .a very small. pursed up -
Estimates cheerfully furnished Freight paid to vour'station -
mouth Is seldom significant of good 1
.t 8
if desired.
: -: conversational power. Large mouth '

:'!' A Lawyer' miiA. :/ are'more liberal often dispositions found la' .conjunction'with than very J i .. 'MARIANNA MANUFACTURING( CO., :.

( sad and ''seedy'v individual small! ones. A->person with ,a -pointed ,. 6>
isfl ii1AUTANNA Fl_ A.
chin Is fanciful reflned In taste and .f
agmed-admission-, the .offices
difficult to please. Abroad. square .
,o(one of the city's .best known chin signifies: ardent love, ofteirjicconvpanted .

ti legal 1 firms"and'-at last. some how chIn ,.means!_byJealousy.ardent .love: A,-'witha broritU. steadfastness round- .U. .c ._ ._,.. ...." .............- ....
penetrated to the Jaaricturri of
and purity of affeetlon. .

. Jl tie senior' partner.,,says the' NeW' .- ." t 1QJ The New York World DR.' R. E.; TILLER
York Weekly. .

t'Well. asked the' lawyer what F. F. Pelt & Co.RESTAURANT. Thrlce-a-week. edition: 'DENTAL SURGEON,
cno 10-
do'you want? -. -
TheThrlca-a week World hopes to be Chipley Florida

:The, yisitpr i was nothing! if not lu 1908 a' better paper than It has ever Office First Nat' Bank.COOK..McRAE'.
been before, and It had made I Its arrangements over:
frank. ,,_., .:. -," =: COCD accordingly.; Its news'service cOY;

Half a dollar, he,said boldly.The / era the entire globe and It reports >everything
I' : man's :'unusualmanner- Also. dealers 'in Staple fully, promptly and, accurately It ,

:c aD2br.tfJe: lawver's'curioinfyo and Fancy- Groceries.Confectionaries tn' Is the only paper, not a dally; which 'la as Attorney at Law,. \
good as t. dally and which wilt keep TOO
',\'. 'here,you are,'.he ,said, Jbandjog : Smoke aa completely Informed of what is happening ...orfli. M' rift Nattoial...,.-

: { out the money: And now I .. .-. throughout; the world.. ..a1Mmatten. .
Careful attention
:.ftlipuld like to have ':you teli* me" ers Goods_ Fruits, Vegetables Q) political The Thrloe-a:reports.week You World can get Is fair the 'In truth Its. Coaectbs.made. ntru. ttOBiTC&TA.
Aasntferr..seo.lble tint and .flr-te.tcd In
:, jiQwjrouicamfttp; :,fawn. so. low' >n Fish. and. Oysters. r', from Ita columns whether'you are a.Ee- .orajtcn com pule _,
T" the w rtd* yt publlcadorDemocratsnd that !...what
? The visitor sighed All Stock new and'' prides a' .' "t :' ." rl you want.A .
r my .". apeolal.feature of tho Thrtce-a-weck
.' youth, explained, I bad count'eif little cheaper. We. want -i. World has always been Its'aeilal fiction CURTIS L. JONES'Notary ,

( 'on.inherit ing- something .from publishes novels by Jhe best authors In '
trade Give ourrestauranta the,world which In. book form sell Pnbllc State at Largo
uncle your U naves
:(, .' pig: but/when be died{ ,be .
't for$t.60 apiece,and Its high .standard-!
felt all.he.bad to an 'orpan iisy% trial. S Service this respect will be maintained In the f ut" All business entrusted to

'" ,. ..... ore as In the past.
liTm.A first class Locatedin ; care.will have
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The Tbrlce-a-week World's regular my .my prompt
philanthropist t" commented .
subscription price Is only 1.00per year
', Tharrp. building. PhoneChipiey .attention. Fees reasonable,
;; tbeJawyeryb: .t ditjbis! ;estate. : ..... .' and this pays for'158 'papera..We. .offer
'1... consist "of. .: .No: 8. .. '.- ..' : this. unequalled newspaper' and The Ban Can be found at Post Office' ,

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& :: C SHIVERS DEKLE. m. Personal.l IT
I, t Town Topics.If IT The marriage of Miss Helene '

Shivers and Mr. T. A. Dekle was
t. .. FARMERS.
,.''""' you don't believe Santa Clauis solemnized Wednesday moraine J. J. Stokes, Jr., spent Monday HINTS

real, ask dad. at 10:00: o'clock, at the Baptist at Marian'na.David t' "-
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[church, Rev. J> W. White oi and
Pratt was at, borne
There is no key to the door of
I opportunity-push. Campbellton, rendering a very; spent a few..days this week.W. Now is the time that you real-
l impressive ceremony. '
One of the best ways to let The church was tastefully de E, Johnson was in town ize on your season's work. \

lights shine is to be an enthusiastic occasion and the Friday transacting business..
your corated for the As you sell your cotton, grain, ; ,
booster of your horn alter was beautifully arranged ,Miss King, of Marianna visited '
with friends here this week. stock 'or': other produce, place ..
with ferns and other pot plants. << e
city.The "
:, : Navy Department will The bridal couple was attended I C. A. M ers, of" Tallahassee ;,' your money! on open account. with '

.ask..Congres, which convened by Miss Flora Campbell and :wag }here two or.three days this a 'reliable bank. ",
Mr. C. V. Royster, while F. B. I ,, '
Monday, for fifty flying. ma week. ;,
chines. Callaway and Buell Cook acted as ,,:Pay' all your bills.,.. by. check,, _c"
Sept. B. F., Gainer was up -,
,- ushers which makes the best kind, of a .
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The county from Wausau and spent the day ** '
'. and: school board met Monda,; The happy couple left on: .the Saturday.! receipt, and avoid,the worry and ,, '* ....'
10:30 train for Campbellton, via I '
and transacted regular routine Cottondale, where they will make Ralph Bingbam, the persona- danger attending the _carrying ;.,
business. their home. They were accom tor and humorist' was here' Mon of large.sums of'money.' '
( This winter promises to be .
s panied by Miss Flora Campbell day night.Frank

the most active in the history of and Mr. C. V. Royster. Adams, of Graceville, Our,offices are always at the :'

' Florida.' The people north am Mr. Dekle is a prominent and was one of the- business visitors disposal ,of our customers and' -., !.

west are beginning to understand prosperous young business man,, here friday. friends. \ ,','i, .
that Florida is a great state. and every' one who knows him is country ? r I
Archie Ball was one of the
.. The Goodwater enterprise ex his friend. Graceville visitors here; Friday tl
plains about the loafer, as follows Miss Shivers is the handsome
: "In the beginning. Got and accomplished daughter-of and Saturday.J. The First National Bank ::, .

created Heaven and earth: am Mr. and Mrs.'O. L. Shivers, of P. Myers and wife,' of Dqe-

all things therein. He then ere the Chipley Hotel. run, Ga., visited ..relatives and OF CHIPLEY. I't .

ated man and woman and lett the The Banner joins the numerous friends here this week. ,'

loafers on the corners, and it friends of''Mr. and Mrs. T. Editor J. Ed. Stokes, of Grace .'

due .time they multiplied and A. Dekle' in a word of congratu. yule, was in towp Friday attending ...I..II..I' ...."......."....I.. .

spread into the depot, postoffic* lation; may their life together be the K. of P.;convention.E. I .

and store, where they sit and ex;' one continuous honeymoon. 0. R. Smithy of the Get your chicken change and
M. Wilson spent a day or
pt.ain State and National prob .. two here this week with his father Lumber Co., came in do some of'your Christmas shop-

lems.. K. of P. Convention and Banquet. ; Dr. F. C. Wilson and family.M. : sacola Monday night, where he ping now, whether you want to
bad spent several days on busi }. It means money in your-
or no
Let us rally around the standard The Knights of Pythias of this '
L. Lekle and Willie Milton ness., He went out to Wausau/l pocket. .: "-
of youth, remembering thai .district held a convention here of, Marianna, were here Wednes- Tuesday. "> .j -:
the future of our country shall with Union Lodge No. 109, Fri Shivers-Dekle ** For Sale.-A good paying livery .,".',
day to attend the Mrs. S. R. Hudson, living near :
makeit. of last week. business in Chipley reason for ,
be what the young people day and Saturday ;
wedding.Rev. .
Vernon died last Thursday.Mrs. ,
Let us show our fathers and 3 Quite a number of delegates selling, am going' to farming. ,'tr'u
R. C. Williams, who has Hudson was the mother of ,'/
mothers. that the boys and girls were present and all had an enjoyable G. W. Hudson. R: Harrell. / -.- ,-:.' "
I our townsman
of today shall,be ready to stand time. Friday evening at been the pastor of the Methodist The bereaved family have our. If you want any Hardware notify -;;".arq .
1 forth fully equipped men and women 8 o'clock Union Lodge was host church here for the past tour sympathy.The the Dunn-Coleman Co. Tbey'u: .:

of tomorrow. Let us shove at a banquet tQ the delegates in years, left for conference at .. .. guarantee to sell you the same \' ,.y

them the rising generation which attendance at the convention, Troy; Ala., this"week. first real touch of winter goods for less money. '> -

is following in their footsteps is and the members of the Lodge Messrs. Chas. DIAnna- and dropped in'on this section last ,'

fully competent to succeed them and their invited guests. The Theo 'Troutman, expert piano Thursday, and Friday and Sat- When looking around for ap- : ,

and shoulder the responsibilityof supper, which waS partaken of tuners and repairers, with headquarters urday'was real cold., propriateuXmas: presents, drop

the farm, the home and the by more than 200, was a most en- i in Pensacola, were here about in and take a look at the bargain,''
If have been talking
you Misses Richardson's.Dunn .
table at the
nation. joyable affair, and good thingsto a day or two this week. your town and your neighbor in
On of 'Coleman Co. have a largeshipmentof
eat plentiful.
The 'following explains why were R. W. Storrs and daughter, an unpleasant ,manner:, just kick ,
features of the improved Oliver
our townsman, Ed. Ratcliff, has special evening Miss Annie of DeFuniak, were yourself good, and do so no more. :
the address by Hon. this is the greatest thingin
been making trips to DeFuniak was in Chipley"Sunday" having beencalled plows; '
Scott M. Loftin, of Pensacola. a chilled plow ever gotten up.' ,: ,
recently: here by the death of F. M.
Long live the Knights of Py Watited You must see them. ,:,
Mr. Ed. Ratcliff, of Cbipley, McCullough, Saturday night. .''' .... -" ',-x
who will be associated with JohnM. thias as,well as all other fraternal "
Laird in the new DeFuniak orders. They bring men together Scott M. Loftin, of Pensacola, 1000 property ownerstotry ForSole.. ,", ....i'

Mercantile Co., which will open in closer union of Broth was here Friday and Saturday' A 20 acre farm, one mile south '

in the McCaskill block as soon erhood. attending the ,K. of P. district of Chii>ley. l' ". 1,

as the room is ready, was here .. convention. He represented the ,Elastikote Paint.It 80 acres farm, 50 acres in cult ,
Tuesday. The new firm will "
Grand Chancellor that order.
carry a full line of groceries and W.c., T. U.. Program. y i won't crack, peel, blis- tivation; three 'miles south of. '

t intend to make'their place a grocery The following'is the (H. A. Hampton and family, oA Chipley. '- ,. .*,.
program off. Guaranteed '
'ter scale -
store in thorough keeping Marianna, have moved to Chip- or 40 acres farm; 22'acres in cultivation -
for the W. (X T. U. meeting to
with the progressiveness of De-. ley. Mr. Hampton will have for five years.' ; 5 miles south of Chipley.For .
Funiak in other lines. be held Tuesday,Dec. 13th.
charge of the construction of full particulars, apply to '-
Reading 146 Psalm in consert. For sale byChipley "
x Died.. F. M., McCullough, a Shipley's new water works system. MORRIS BROS. '.
Silent the
closed by '
1 prayer Hdw. Co. Fla. ;
prosperous farmer living about President. Chipley, -

i tour miles north of Chipley, died Song'No.''2'11.ReadinRuThe. -, -

Saturday night, and was burried aims of the rut.

in the Chipley cemetery Monday W. C. T. U." by Mrs. Schell. .

afternoon, at 3 o'clock. Mr. Mc- Roll call.Reading. '
Cullough had been a resident of --"Prohibition"
--- by
This section for many years, and I Miss Georgia Fryer. .., Dutin-Coleman Inc.

was esteemed by all who knew Business.SongTemperance. -
htm. While he had not been real Doxology.) (Successors to DUNN HDW. Co.) '

well for some days, still he was
by orayer. '
1 not apparently seriously sick, ...\ I .Capital Stock $16;OOO. .
hence his-death was'a great sur-
prise to his friends., It' ,seems Gradually the 25th of Decem- :..:., ...'..,..?........,.... 1-. .
ber is drawing near. Begin to I -
he was a sufferer from kidney Iardwore
disease. The; Banner extends draw from your pocket the required ,-, Is our "Long Swlt" ,
,amount of filthy lucre
sympathy to the bereaved wife
and other members of his fo mt- The south >needs thrifty and We are the first people to regulate the prices'on Hardware;

ly. enterprising immigrants who Wire Fencing, etc. f ;
will become land owners and citizens '

With,less than a month until ; but it does not need any We.are headquarters for Buggies and Wagons, Coffins and Cas- :
it wouldbe ;
the Christmas holidays, '
increase of absentee land own-
wise for the contemplating ership. The selling of tracfs of kets, ,Stoves and Ranges, Sewing Machines> and r Washing Machines. ;

purchasers of holiday wares and land to men in other sections tore all kinds Shelf Goods, Harness Saddles, Bridles etc. '
goods of ,the kind usually boughtat I t held speculative purposes

that season to begin arranging should never be encouraged.It Builders Material,Specialty." Improved Farm'Machinery Cutlery r-
their that they can do S t
their shopping early. The ,Banner a pretty good rule not to ; Ammunition, Paints, 'Oils, Varnish, etc. --. ,

is a strong believer in 'the buy anything from an agent. "
early shopping movement and Some of them have useful arti- We also deal ,In Live Stock. ,.

the beneficiariesfrom les: but they are asking from'
those who are '
the avoidance, of a rush just two: to five times as much as they .We, Solicit your Guarantee Satisfaction.Dunn -
ibould for what have to sell. > '
at,the crucial period are appreciative ; they (
of its efforts. Those who The[ ,chances'are that your local A

do their purchasing early get'the nerchant can sell\ you the !same! : : =Coleman Co. ..

.benefit ofthe pick of every thing roods and save you money. _. .
instock besides having plenty of .. -\, [' : A. G. McQIIAGGE, General Manager. '
20 Ibs. nice 'white' Su- \'. i. ... t ".
time in which to buy' what* they ; '. .
'r jar for $1, at Schell's. '
:want. '
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