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Place of Publication:
Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
January 26, 1911


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Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Chipley
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“The town that was built on a railroad,” Chipley is the seat of Washington County, located inland in Florida’s Panhandle, just south of the Alabama state line. First known as Orange, this small West Florida community was founded in 1882 in anticipation of the arrival of a railroad that would connect the farming area with markets in Pensacola and Tallahassee and in neighboring Alabama and Georgia. Shortly after the line was completed, Orange was renamed Chipley in honor of William D. Chipley, vice-president of the Pensacola and Atlantic Railroad, a notable figure in the political and economic history of the area and an aggressive lobbyist for railroad land grants. The town’s first newspaper, the Intelligencer, edited by J.C. Langley, also began in 1882. The Intelligencer was renamed the Chipley Banner in 1893 and published under this name until 1943, when it merged with the Washington County News.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
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Grinding Detym. The biennial report.of the, superintendent Wanted.-Experienced ox team,
During! the year 1910, 393 newbanks
FIREIN:8UUANOE drivers and owners of teams to
of education"of'"thestate
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in the South! with aggregate urday'of each week is griding of Florida has just been cvotractlogging.* Apply to C.
interesting Wl,, Hagertnan, Vilas, Libe t 1
capital -of '$7.420,000. days at the Chipley Grist Mill.. published and forms an -

: says (he Southern Banker. Fif- M. MORRIS, Prop. and imporfantlrecord; of the county. Fla. --, -,' ,

ty-five..banksjthat. J begaq'business .. .. educational work: accomplishedunder Baby Caps, Ribbon, Belts sit;,'. : '
.0 i JFB.:; dltXWAY, Agent. "previous to,1.9104increaaed their For Rent. supervision\! of Mr. IIpllo- Collars at'l low prices at the Misses ?

capital $2,544,500 in the aggregate way for two years ending June '..Richardson's.. "" -
Lam pleased to tell that people 'of A comfortable 6-room bouse
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Chipleyand.'vldottyt iat 1: have purchased i during year and large lot, located on north
the Insurance business of Buellul'potic making a total'' accession to the street full information volume of 500 pages;! the titles We sell it all the time-Hardware -
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d ;: :" t. : banking capital of the South of under
I represent only the very best com- $9,964,500.The total number of apply to WIFE. are handled are observationst t ;,Of, madCo., The Hard ware Store. '
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glad to write you_a policy.<< Farm Man Wanted. ,
t : 14'hevalud off i .ur'ance' >Cannot be.I ah'd:trust'companies'The! : 1,460 reports of st .t.e instituting I report -: .With ','
d G (farm man wanted to run of high school, 'inspe9itof, TWENTY YEARS' .
rated. Aa H a man who owns a policy national banks in the South have '
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THE BANNEB.Cbnreb war was caused by a clay teaWIFE .

., 7 .. jot TFor I THE sfluriw! m AND AWIDIT) :
: : art >nstrer to this question we Nervous .l
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'" must go. as might supposed .
."f' M. E. Church, South.-I'reaktDgevpry land of pigtails and, porcelain. The I Iz1a41 "knee. Comp uiy, tie ,
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,' K. O. Williams, Pastor. story goes that a Chinese emperor in \ was very nervous .. OF '
.. ,.'J'';' Sabbath (School 10 a. m. W. N. Sheets, olden days gnats as a mark of special II writes Mrs. Mollie Mfrse. '
\t', '" Superintendent. of "' .' : ..
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faror a magnificent clay teapot of Carrsville Ky., 'had' Marianna Florida.. : :

,.., Prayer Meeting:Thursday t1D&nights.. -l Uosiffti to to.liung Chang,. hla favorite, palpitation of the heart il. ", :'*0., '\f-

,,,I' \; \. nights.REveillody cordially invited.: mandarin. This was laid up as a price- and was Irregular.. Invites your"attention to Us New Line Policies, aa embodying: the maximum ..J .

:f ". .-poeeon; among the treasures of "On the advice of Mrs. of practical protection at the lowest practical price. A remarkably ""'; '-. .
:>,:k; *- -- Baptist Chnrch-Preaching everySnd Lo Hung or borne at his side by two Hattie.Cain I took 2 bottles 'w
": $; ,: and .th Sondav. Kev. CoUlerpastor. attendants at all high public festivals iShC.p> ofitracVbwt, safe and con el"ratheaod backed by home caplta1. : x; "
''" q Sabbath School)JU 0 a. m.. F. (;. Hawk rival mandarin sawthpse of Cardu! and It :< ., and functions.: A r..t
.'th': Superintendent.p with thegreen more good than jjjny1 \V.i H. tVHi TON, I"r etsldent.
Igns of distinction
Prlltye..M.eetlncfe n 4..y plghts.Poto ,
'I.' .:* ...' of 5alonsy and hired n medicine I ever took, h _"""- rs.: 1. Ga MUton 3tj W.OH.Watwm,N. A.BaltaeU.aUlon 1
eyes .II J.ii.IIIooIuI".J.Li: H.Ut Lewia.: .
: ,. "I 44 John Milton.III. .
The am Old I. "
man to break the obnoxious pot. years i an "

/Sundays .p m.- ; except .a betrayed his master. War follow me but I ant lots better '.

Eastbound mall closes at 10:20 i..m ed between the two mandarins and since taking CarduJ. """ ,
'" t. Westbound mail closes at 0:10 p.m. their respective followers which reraited If it Is Machinery you want, we to ,, _>.

Mall from i at 10 a, m, In $.the overthrow and death o| B54 us'f or,catalogue.-prloes and*tms. ..

1 and leaves on arrival of the east bouna Lo Bung Chang and the reception of ':
mall. his rival Into royal favor In his place. kDCARDUITho MALSBY COMPANY :. "t

," Sunday hours: 11:30 m.. to 12:30p. m., '. ,
Money Orders of 7.', "wjiep ''
South St GA. : -
Sunday 41 Forsyth ATLANTA. ,
,office la open except : Fend of Crab. r.
J P HCIIEL.L P.M A jolly old boy from the Midlands rf i
,, ante ,<< Into one of the hotels at the Woman's-'TonIc ,. We.-wll the foSoWfcig well-known goods American,
HenchotDromgold. OeUcr "Peerless" and Smith Myers &: Schnier Saw J
seaside the slab the .
and seeing on .
Our ClubbeagBANNER ".*. on Mills in all sizes and capacities; Erie City, Qeiser "I eeriess," and Houston, '<;'"t 1 '
ttnd Semi-weekly Atlanta I right a crab dressed on the shell with Cardul Is advertised and Stanwood ci Gamble En'nes and Boilers In all sizes; Challonersand Perkins .,"' ,', ,/

Journal, per year 175. 1*' Jigs. claws and parsley' ranged round sold by its loving.friends. bip&leM3cblpcry:: ; UanclS+WS, Edgers. Grist Mills Peerless Threshers, .':..::.. ';
York said to the landlord: The lady who advised Plariers.Steam Feeds,ann various other Machinery, Repairs and Mill Supplies.- .'!y''1
BANNER: and Thrice -week New 'What d'ye call that* Mrs. .Mlrse We can furnish you the best Machinery on the market and at the sane 4.. '.,
to take Cardul.
165. :irw
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per year time :
.f" : iSOraMMvM the "answer. save you money We have no branch : ; -
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had herself been cured : : <
Times-tin- of
Semi-weekly .
BANNKB and "Looks good. I'll have un, and gle ,. .
.. n and Citizen, per year, $1.60. serious female trouble .. ".
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$1132&NNEa: and Home and Farm per Teat Bret 4 and butter was added and thediner Cardul; so she'knew,what .' :.";. '..
y ;:' left to his dinner. In about an Cardul would do. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. Florida State College For Women ;; :::vTALLAJIiSSEC : \ ': -

i I -f tourthe genial 'landlord entered the GAINESVILLE .
If Cardul cured t : T '
dining saloon to see If his guest was A-6 General l ireptQ; 7. Cain and Mrs. Mlrse. it1 College of Art and SclgooMi. Normal school ..; .
i getting .oq an right He found him Florida YOUBJ Mea.Fburooneae.arrlculturalexperiment. School of Mack School al Art. ScLool ot lzprasign :"- '
surely will cure you too. . .
STATE OFFICIALS. thawing up the last claw the cbawer station; School o( Home Economic "f j'"

Governor Alber W, Gllchrlst. red' .'ft the fa ..,.J.1Rt. .beamlnl'- Won't )'fJItry. II? ,t .unlveralt. JO! per<,,uteiiBoa.4ft coat|'Inaruaw attendaoee*,aDd nwlatnu. lutrear. -, f_5lr.tds.a'eea4aneat OthnvMt. >__l .rery low.tbnnvhoat.Ft* information Tultloai, .,,, ;,'::,>,, .
"Uke the crab, air 1''' Please daGentle Attractive bei dines and campus. For I ddresa sX-. iv' .;,& ? '
'p Secretary. of State-H, Clay Crawford. .. catalogue addraa, A.A.MUCTMEE,Pr s deabFARQUHAR EOWAie COt RA11., rmUst'> ." u. "' '''4,,*"
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was never
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Attorney GeneralPark Trammel.!. ., ed op* Ink ;yon baked un, -- Lo I .-.'"eo.-,: yr*,.r't. .: ,',,
tooorlong.Tb. <;,
Com. ARrlculture-B. E. McUn. a little crust was hard. ''iI' '
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'" Trell.lurer-Wm V. Knott. another/pint. ... ,-4.,
e Supt. Public InstrucUonY?. M. Hllte R. bad eaten the lot-shell, claws Persuasion. 431 B '."''." ""'.(... ';'

way. ,- '<1 I Ana AI.lfj"complete.T .-London Tit-Bits. Many stories are told of the eccentrta JACKSONV.'LLBP.. .L.ORIDA. ;; ,_:, 't : ..::.

Comptroller-:Ai p. Cropuj. ;. > -- doings and sayings of an'old clergyman '"':. :; ':> .iJ.Is:j : ''(.i

Supreme Ck>urt-Thos.:M;; Shackleford1.{ who lived In Mane some\ years ago, ..Everytbtng, for the saw mill and''f'..' .;; 'f'fplaining1 ';"> it.
: GOT TIP TOP ADVlCKi At one time there had been :a. fight : :' \ .'
Chief Justice; M. H. Mabrv..Cler ;"one"of 'whom'waa mill. We arf DoW ae11Inr'.l:- 4(.c rxFthe ,; : ;
Burr My wife wanted me to take our,bojnto a among some men; '." ';
RallroadCommllsfon-R. Hudson ."
boll, write D. Fran- seriously hurt. A trial took place, and well.known Farquhar Machln-J : \ '> -.
4gcjor la core a* cly .
Chairman B. C. Dunn, Clerk.
; the'.aff
e Buoklen'eAni'a' the old minister, who had seen "
Judge first judicial circuit. .' -J.' 'Emmett" "+ keiofhtroudVOJfcla.011 It.;she.1 did so,, put and it cured ray. cry. direct to the.user, which m an." r_.; "1rt 1

Wolfe, Pens cola. he boll in a short time.! Bulokest healer "What was Saloon doing'1" was the a saving to our customers. ,; -

State Solicitor:>> nrst ;Judicial J plffiult-, of burns, eoalde,'outs, corns sprtaa, brulae '! first 'question. ,I
Walter Kehoe. "Oh,. he was slashing around. Large fitook-tt.aay Terma.. : -
sw llfnf. Beet Ppe} pure on ,earth.
,It; only' 20o at B. K. JlcGea hrl.' Well, sir Just'what do;you.mean by Send for Catalog. and, Prices... N ,', ,-
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H. 3. Chubb Register, Osjtnesvllle,1 Bla. here and there."
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".-, 1\ '" MeldsWnrrenEecelver'OitnesvtileiWASfII1GTON I Did The Right Thins., "Now,*sir, kindly tell us plainly what .

P>,. .. I will be a long.time'be- : Samoa did to this man." SAY"I !" F. .E :Pelt &ICo.EESTttTIRAN,
I "Why, he-hQ.enticed him'* said the ; .
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/ : COUNTY, O'$J. 1f't' fore such another test applied old*"minister" IY. .

"If'Clrcult; Clerk-W, O. Locke, yernoa.
down town "Enticed him I How
to my honesty: a -
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I. A Hutchison( Vernpn.'Sheriff .s.
County Judge- < "He enticed him with a crowbar. lIe o
-O. O. Allen, Ch! ley. merchant remarked, as her used the crowbar to persuade the man will send 'the Banner free for

Jl. -'Treasurer-H. B. Tlllerv 'Vsrnon. turned from'waiting on'a customer -to entice biio-and 1 by' a'aeries of the term of this school to Also dealers in Staple
.::.!t, Tax Asssesor-J.; W.III ws14lPiplPy'' relates The St. Paul Dis pokes and blows ha succeeded tn doingIt '
Tax Collector-WT. B. GalnerKcon&nSrSupt. : ," said the minister' 1DI1Y01Jth. and :Fancy Groceries.

:: Public Instruction--.*..!*. ** Gainer+ patch. Companion. To.Every,!White TeacherIn
Wausau. What was the trouble' asked .. '- Confectlonarles Smokers -

r; ,_ ._ Supervisor of BegIstratlon. r"I..J. iW( ,
Gainer Econflnar- v :* partner. If troubled' with indigestion, constipation Washington County "Goods.Frult ,'Ve0etables. -
Count, ,"Solicitor' A. :p Carmtcbael,, Those near wool suits. An'.old' no appetite or feel billlous give. Chamber-

Chlpley. fellow''came;' in just now'and askedfile'the lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets a trial i' Fish and Oysters...
Collins and you will be' pleased with the result. Who will aend -us the news of
County Surveor-TboL Cary. price of one.
These tablets Invigorate; the stomach*and Stock new and prices a
-.vllle, Fla, Seven dollars, I told'him; liver and strengthen the digestion. Sold their community each week,_ or

County Commissioners! 'Speak louder, he said holding by City Drug Store and 8. K.!: McGeachy. little cheaper. '.-We,.,.want
J.,M. Simmons. Chairman.-yernoo: every two weeks 1 at Jeast.
,. "S. WBush, Chlpley: his. band ,bellin4'ear.\ So .I your trade. Give our

B. F. Evans,:Vernon. Correspondents may'write on
velle.d, Seven dollars., Declined the Contract.: .
J. H. Porter MlUvlllej1 restaurant a' trial. 1 Service -
,Eleven dollars! Too much I'll
1 ; subject of:general interest. '
J. T.
HlglrtowerXern9l9.\ One advertising company in any
," School Board: give you nine,:he: replied.. first class. Locatedin

\. :-' G. B. Bushy Chairman Orange Bill Jlis partner looked at the speaker this country representing three- Our only request. is that they retrain Tharpbui1cUs.Phrne
fourths of all the street car ad-
S. J. Gainer. St. Andrew., in .
.W. F. Bass, Vernon alarm. vertising service in the United from !using the name of ally No. 8. '

,. YQ.r:9t\ : : ; course, you did
I States-Canada:, 'Medcaand: Cu.. in calculated to
1 .. CHIPLEY CITY O 'FICIAL the right thing. person. a way give ..Cbipl .
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bad Recently! !the.c.9mpany<< "was Eta.u
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Mayor-11. H. Wells. X. 1 gue.a..y a: can-depend. on me approached: offense: -
by representative
.I A Marshal-H. M. Farrior to do' the right thins, was the I a
Olerk and Treasurer-W*. W. Cook. of the National Brewers' Association SCAR E1it
Council-A. D. Carmichael chairman, haughty retort. Then he paus- with a'proposition Let Hear R. F.
place us

O. Butler, Jr,. bills when you go to the bank, in'the streetflfars, a series' of Notary Public. :

cards: containing alleged .. '
t -- he remarked.- I just gave an old .- arguments From You. '
ht 'beer Real Estate Handled
: on, benefits c of.t :
fellow; outlast pne, ,.for; change.. .
Banner kttig ) T6e. ,:Qtn ia\. anted to I. Collections a specialty.
1 The mal
',a"tbree''Je News
:' A few minute delay in. treating some ; We want the .
fo : Office in lints !bfloaal'aa.t.
l :'. eases of croup, even the lealLb'of time I It agreed pay"thetfae\.big sum of

\\K takes to go tor a doctor often prove dangerous $153,000,5for'lbyadvertising.; : .
Chipley Fla..Stands .' The safest way Is to keep Cham: Tber'proposijiion<< ;; iwas turned
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: ", berlain's Cough Remedy In the house and dowcraUie advett9ing company .
't! .. : i at the first Indication of croup give tee child ;
refused b&a to
flatly party
t'' dose. Pleasant take and Here's Good Slogan for
;1.: \ : for the Upbulldlnjr curesIJjjJd such a scheme to 'deceptive education -
by City. Drug Store and S. E. MoOeagy.
":... .''J' : ;,4" 'fpr any'sum-pf? money. : I \ ,
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things. It
< ; ; proves :two and Better Business.
(!ii". .'. ...,",\ "' ?, ,- "' shows the,activity' the liquor a Bigger ; : ;
:.;' -. Washington Cotes,, : mi forces and the methods seek i
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: to and it is illustration
'z'lJi r:; : employ,, also an

:: ':"9"' 1Xnd' Florid i i
'4t..' ., I ga3ilog) : A .doctor. bad a very I a profitable contract on

Subscription SI.p i ,;*. ; qv ::8 tient who .should have 1 proof moral that grounds.the business It is world another is Move aa; faftt as;theo!procession5... or move put. Take' ,the

;Y'r 'i QJl I!'warmer climate to re- : going "dry" and,'that the! liquor pace of the-"'company 'you are in or make way for the, m.

. _.'\;:;' kor'" .. ;icgvev bu, ,.,!as too poor. So the I IW traffic is doomed. behind. ',,,

; :' e make a Spedaltyof d t'ba cta"A..palnted, : ; on the -....
YElllid ___
. ., '. ,..: ''''' cei3*$ Qf;,&$,patient's room, and TORTUBKD FAib : Don't staqd in the wayofnetir'ideas. Don't t pause in tlr

'. ,', .J; "ft' ;:, N eat' hoped to induce him to. believe by a cure-defying stomach tronble that baf. '
.' ytI.'ii: ; .- ned .and'resisted path o(better system. Don't settle down on the ladder fsuccess.
"'" .'..:.".Artistic: T .. ," the.still was real andcuxe; hi :lil by doctors, .ait' <;.remedies he .
"" .". ;' 'il,: ... suggestion., The patien-seemed' trjed.Sobo-W. Moddlew ofi'lloddlersTillea '" :; Don't be a barnacle on.the ship of regress.,
Allbb.'seemed doomed.
: :''j.; A :!IJ_ Be had to sell hie
: : '' to be dOing fine and the doctorwags |farm and give uPMork his said
; ,, ,:: :A-:Commercial Prlrrt: Ing ; neighbors, ,
'to .\'.,: '>:"-". :, t ,- >, \ delighted with the ruse. he ( I&p.I'"e! ,muph.longer, Whatever 1 ate Change, means progress. Progress. .meant' adv cemetlll.
: : "'" ;"" l )0> diatreaoed me,he wrote,tlll 1, tried Jfileetrloltitters :
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Suddenly day patient .
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: .'r" .\ :! .wbioh worked such wonders far me '
<"Aif.. >;I/. -. .*? &T- I" dropped dead. 'The' doctor was tbat I can now eat'things I could not take Advancement means movement. MOVE! '
t'..: : *J\; .lltJIC I ts -
l bea broken; thought the scheme for years* : surely a grand 'remody for
.'.".,' ...." :"'-- .... .' ; stomach to.uble. good .for the liver > Dam BLOCK c. ::
'. ', t ; ,; .... h failed If had not; the' pat- aW kidneys. guaranteed.. .! '
.., -- Every bottle' '
< "..1i;:/If. ,",:,_:"fhipfey, Fla..M I t had died'of sunstroke. Only at tl. tc.: Mege.a hl'... '

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You;. MR.. ..FARMER, ;. .: : You, MR. MERCHANT, Rou, MR/ 'LABORER, '

F undlt, necessary-t6 sue in 'the.. "courts: of j" < E.rttere'd'suit: in the courts of your county, Have been working,'a railroad shop,' and ".

your county one of the railroads for the "value" seeking collecr the value of some goods.lost that you found it necessary to sue that railroad ': I

1i: of a cow killed by the trait. / in transit by a railroad. for. the l loss of an arm or leg. '..''

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4 Also, let us suppose that your' next door '. Also let us suppose that your next door Also, let tts.suppose that your' next door 1\:,;:

neighbor is a section foreman on''that road, neighbor i is the station agent for that road. and neighbor is the.foreman of that shop, and has
and has been for twenty-six years. has been, for twenty-six years. been for. twenty-six years. "
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'.. And also let ,us suppose that you, have And, let us suppose that you have known And also let us suppose that you hav.e '

? ., known that section foreman for all that :twen, tnat station agent for all that twenty-six years ,known that foreman for all that twenty-six

': ty-six years, and that you know! _him to '' be' and that you know him to be honest and con- years,''and that you know him to be. ,honest.....
honest and conscientious.) > scientious. and conscientious.When, r', ....._ ,
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When your case came; up for trial-Ohldr: When your case Came np for trial would '. .your case came'on,for trial, would -

4 you or would you not select that ..mani. fd> ';': you or'would you not select: this man for a you!-Pr would,you',not select'that",:. '? 'man/for.. a '
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;. Mr. William. Blourit" of Pensacola is honest conscientious.' ,.
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t ._ ... ,Mr. William A.. -Blount" 'ot Pensacola. ",has' been' attorney for':"the L.. & N. Railroad, for twenty-six years ,;and is now, attorney'.for the L. & N. Railroad -; .. ,,'".,!
Company the Pensacola Electric Company/ of the Stone & Webster ) Southern Pensacola 'Ga and v ''i
companies Company
... ,- .. Express Company' !
the Western Union Telegraph Company, ,' ../

Your abater will be compelled'to decide many issues between you and the corporations.; v/, :"" -'-- .fi;;

In deciding those issues he will be, in a sense, a juror:: trying:, the case of the COMMON PEOPLE against VESTED INTERESTS.

I N a t h a tl P a r'ya- 'M, which has never could.represented have biased a his public judgement.service corporation as its attorney' ; he' has' no affiliations


Which Will You Take For Your Jurur?' .


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", Mastication. B...' Swarming Have Scout, The Sphinx. FRENCH
The body Is n manufactory." said Swarms of been are Honieiltn.;x row The word sphinx ,Is from the Greek
doctor recently. "1t baa to rannufac- polled to lake refuge In" very remm-k- and means the strangler and was applied '
ture bone And blood and muscle and able shelters. A peculiar ana Instructive to a fabled creature of the Egyptians : MARKET .tl
brain oat of bread tld- butter, eggs Instance, was observed by the which had the body of a ion, the -.
beef and milk and n wonderful pros head of a man or an animal and two
writer one spring! The swurm flewover
esa It I L Now. the first part of the ''a large vineyard which contained wings attached to Ita IlId.' .. In the : COFFEE

process takes place to tbe'lnoutb. and, few buildings. One of these buildingswas Egyptian hieroglyphs the sphinx symbolized .
u In ,most factories, the drat is the wisdom' and power united. It N A Add'HOW
constructed of hollow con'retltblock8. .IMWNNI MMJ AI VP
most Important. If a wrong start Is hasTbeen supposed that the fact that
Tbe<> flew directly to.
made everything that follows Is put swarm the overflow of the Nile occurred when -
ward a small: bole In one of the blocks
wrong. If the food Isn't well mas- tile sun was In the coosteUatJODI Leo
in the interior. No. '
end disappeared
tlcated.and mixed with tbe saliva, the and Virgo gave the Idea of the, combinations '
stomach, the liver and the .Intestines doubt the swarm had rested on a tree of form In the sphinx, but $100 In .Gold--$100?
the and
shrub preceding day
or .on
are thrown out of pear; consequent- this Idea seems quite unfounded. In
ly"'roost' of'the more advanced doctors bad sent out scouts! to seek .a home. Egypt the reigning monarch was usually Everyone who sends us in 'a list of English words made up of -
little I
axe paying a great deal of attention to [ The Ing Into scouts tbe.great found tbe cavity of tbe concrete I represented. In the form of a sphinx. any,,or all, of the letters in w#
ae condition of their patients' teeth. .,
They know, to garble Shakespeare a block and reported their discovery The Aur r. Sorsalls. "FRENCH MARKET COFFEE"will
bit. that "good digestion waits on toasttcatloo. to their comrades. This cane fur- Whatever may be the.cause of the

aid health on both,,"-New" Dishes. indisputable proof that swarm. aurora borealis Its height does not ap. receive a present. The one sending; in the greatest list .r
Tort' Tribune Ing bees'! really send out scouts as pear to be limited by the atmo phere. of words will be given One Hundred Dollars in Gold. Hun-
they ,are believed to do. ,for the little The rays sometimes touch tbe earth la
dreds of.other valuable presents will be given free to contest _
bole could 'cot have been discovered in
How Letters StrIK Our Eyes. Scandinavia coming between the observer
Roman letters- of various sizes are the rapid and lofty flight of' the and-elevated places,'but Flogel ants. I

commonly called Into request by oculists -' swnrm.. .-Scientific American.!!; years ago obtained data showing thata For list of presents and particulars regard.

In testing vision. Recent experiments large aurora seen In northern Germany ing contest ask' :your grocer or write to
show great differences in the Gymnastics In Switzerland. I must have had a height of sixty
MUM with which the various letters are Once In every three year the gymnasts miles and that the rays often rise to CONTEST DEPARTMENT

recognized by the same person. T Is of Switzerland and the members I 450 miles their points glowing: wit NEW ORLEANS COFFEE CO. LTD.
especially difficult of recognition and of the affiliated clubs. In other countries red light. ,

to apt to be mistaken for Y. By a elmpac. for the most part composed of NBVJ. ORLEANS
SwisH .residents abroad meet to compete -
'optical Illusion the angle of L;is
rounded off. making the letter resemble In tbe great contest known as the
a reversed J. V Is the easiest of federal gymnastic festival.. A carefully
aD letters to recognize and 0 presents prepared series .of exercises la

little difficulty. K is more easily reeocnlzed gone through .on 'gy mnaatKr apparatus ; MA MAe : "

than H. which resembles It There Swiss wrestling, and there are .. .... .. ..'
closely'and both ,N. and Z art easily competition in the national game of .'-, ,',j ,'''/
recognized. A Is easily guessed at Switzerland, Inclndlng throwing he ; ..., \,.' ,',
from its genera) form. but is difficult stone (a fort/ pound square block of ,, J :,' t
of positive 'recognition. Including dls- granite Tbe festival'closes with s '

tIBet perception of the horizontal line. display of combined extending exer- ,; :< '
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difficult clue ID which alt the competitors' ::
JD 1 and P are among the .most : : ;
of all letters. 10,000 at times-take part. Uymnas* .- :: 'v' .'i''' : :
tics are the patlonal pastimes of the "' ,' ,z. Do You Warm -: ::, ,I
J the '
Cattle Garden. Swiss boysand young men and v '} > -
-' Castle Garden was bn.llt t-f the Unit clubs they form are recognized and encoaraged ',.,'" -t .,. ,; ,:..;;.,

ad States In 1807 from the plans-.of b7 the federal govern menC-. ; '
Lieutenant Colonel.Jonathan Williams Illustrated London News.

,, H. Knew-Th.m.
1822 It was ceded to New York city In .
"The pastor of Taliapooea church.
of amusement : .
became a place
:1824 It :,
.senator "said rather
said southern
and about 1326 got the name of Cast a .
r arlen. In 1845 there were' EthiopianIIdnatrels' pointedly from the .pulpit 'one Sunday "- .. ". r,
tbeotrlcal' morning: =: IN
there, In 1847-4D "
companies played there and In' 1850' "'Ab sntny am rej'Iced to see Brud- ". t If ._.' ,
was dab Calhoun White In cba'cb once .1 n'hS.
In IBM it
Llnd-sang there. e 1 vl
Jenny closed as 'a place of amusement and: ., mo. Ab'a glad Brnddab Calboun has Clothing fao s'atl.d'H'ats':
commissioners of immigration took saw de error of his!,ways at la wst. fo' ,
the depot In 18TO It dere Is mo' Joy obab one sinjoah dat ... ? ,, '
Immigrant ,.
it as'an .. .. "
offered from fire, and on July 0, 1876 repentetb dan obab de ninety an'nine' -

It was burned to the ground. It was / ao TO ..
"But at tbl- point Brother Calhoun
inbuilt at once. In 1802 the depot wasmovedto.Ellis i
Island and Castle Gar- i White Interrupted angrily.
which In 180tpened II 'Ob,' said he from bia seat.Vie ninety
to the city '
den reverted i an' nine needn't crow Ah could ( :;
an aquarium there. tell some things erbout.ninety olaef 8. Co. .:
Mirichin .
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( Ah wanted tars"The <. : ,. ,
,,.rKnew What. Was WantedHtserly -- "
-So that woman, doctor Dlffi..noe., : : //t':.
commercial '
protested' l ;
what did ; .
charged you $2 a visit. Well. -' .' ,.; :
traveler. with Indignation Tm bothered ''- ,
$hq says His;Wife-Said ,I stayed' Indoors -. If I can ever see any difference .... ...". '. .',." ,.."_ ... ., %*i.;* ,*v /J -r i.; .,, ,' -.1' ,':::':" ",. :"" ":' 14
too much. Here's her prescrlptlon : ;;;' 1', : .I- \
external between, your roast mutton and year 1. .. .J",. ",'(_ """;-"" '"
-For "
It _' ,
Miserly reading >- J': <;. )'i' ", \ }O ,
toast lambP '; ''' :;
use One nice walking dress; e \''! :
sirs" the waiter rejoined "there
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to .
bat one pair of gloves J.h "' "
009 new ; / "
is a difference The roast mutton la a !
match. Apply every: afternoon between shill go
S,%nd..,.O., .",,.'Boston., 'Criascrlpt. r sixpence.London< .b !J.:. :

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:::., THE BAN R 'Fcr tfw-!ducation.. .

The one great problem of the

.' At CbIple7 "FIs. South today,says the'Times.lIer- I'\t t ,
_.... .. It '
,r, --- V' ald, is education-the fitting of ( } :. .
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WXE.TBCTEntered W.-UOIIIIB..fBdl. the boys and girls for their life'swork r

at the poctofficf at Chip"" Fla.. ft* for this is what education w11 kinds feed stuff .
second claM mail matter ;
., really is. Nor teed thin trainingbe II ; .
S 8CRIPTIO BATES: confined to the boys and girls. \

ONe XKAB,...91.00BIX The men and women need it justas .

THREE MONTHS MOJXTH8,...... .25 50\ much as do the children;:} and J, 4{For ?the Horse, .' .

in the new day which is coming \ .. '< .. .' } '
1 a.XrerUlna rate furnished on application. < ;
will have almost as good chanceto "
Communications on live topics especially get it. The .farmers' instk I I '. ..', 'For the .Cow;.. ., ,; ,. : I
of local interest, are solicited. It '
is education .
Is understood however that the pnbllah- tute as truly an as "
of THB BANNER will not be responsible tbe p b1ic'8chools or the college; t \ i .1 ; '\\1 .; 'i I
for opinions expressed: by correspondents. "
and is one for which there is justas : : '. .. i
the Chickens. ,
w TTK BANNER wants a live representative real need. < _
and correspondent at every postofllcer' "
In the county and will make liberal 'arrangements ''For years now we have read ? 1 1the
rr with the rlstrt parties. .

and heard much about practical : : For'the 1 : '
t THURSDAY., da... i ad. UUI.L. -education-that is, the sort of Hogs, ; .

n, .:"_'..._.' ,____- _.- J school training'that directly pre- .,. . J'

., Uncle Sairi'will be represented pares'the pupil for some trade'or ;' '' ,
.,,1'. at Pensacola's Mardi Gras by one profession. It is high time, too 4f1,, : j

of bis cruisers-either the Salem that.this'should be so. It is because ; '..1-: e' "' ''''' l'

.or Chester. the Southern farmers '
are .
.. .. ; :' Our"Prices. '
as class, uneducated tbat our / Get ,:, .
; .
: .
s : --- ''-Tlie bill providing for the elec= fertilizer bills increase faster ,.... ... ,,, . ., :
s,, -- : tion .of United States senators by than our crop production per l h.' ,. .'. ,- ;

t the direct vote of the people, was acre, and that wethrow, out, year t& j

discussed in the Senate last Fri after year, thousands ot acres of Campbell Dekle Co. .

.. day.' Rayner of Maryland made land which we have made too f. \ I .( '

the principal opposition speech. poor for.cropping>any longer. If ,

a 1 we do not want the next generation .

The Florida Bar Association, of farmers to continue wearing
of which almost every attorney 'out the 'soil of our Southland,
y in the State is a member, will we must 'give them what this -
'41 1 bold its annual convention in generation did not have, practical -
South realize the need of the W. H, MILTON M. L. DEKLE F. M. GOLSON.
; .: Pensacola convening: in the audi.ii1'.ct''h' : education along the line of President. Vice-President Cashier.
; work and take hold of it them
: torium of the San Carlos'hotel' on'Work. '
/ selves. There is going to be no '
3rd. JPirst
,5" February National
To do
l. this. however we must worth mentioning in. r
.t i convert the speeches and the editorials progress I
'... '," The House committee on naval of the politicians, educat- your community until' you and MARI1 NNA. $ '

affairs disagreed with Secretary or..a.nd Dew8papermen into ac your. neighbors; get down, f to1. business '.:"

'/' of the Navy Myer relative to the tion. TBere is going to be no deciddwhat needs- ,to 'be" Capital, 50000.00 *

closing of the Pensacola .' t
navy I notable 'progress along educational dqne.forIvourlown, ,boys and girls Solicit'ACCOBBU' of Blab Corporations, Firms end IndWbMahr. "-'
and voted to retain it. The .
yard, lines until the farmers of and then proceed to do it. Ourtwenty years experience In the banking: business enables us to offer
New Orleans naval station is to, I you the best banking facilities of any bank in West F orida.' We also have a*
l' be retained' also. fully equipped Savings Department in which we pay Interest on deposits. ,Accounts ,,
.. .. .. by mall handled as easily as by personal interview. -
I 'Send us your business.'

9' New Orleans won the first P. M. GOLSON, CaBbler. '
---- j-ounjdintbe_ fight for the location

t' of the Panama Canal exposition Vote for Biount i ,

last week when the exposition Palmer '
committee of tbe House
6 in favor of the Crescent Cityas >
DeFuniak Fla.A
Springs .
the proper place for'tbe e1fpe- ,

'sition in 1915.. The Leading Candidate Christian school for boya and girls. Attendance larger than'ever'

l a. .before. Strong corps of teachers. Large and well equipped school bulld-. 0

r The 25-mile flight of Ely .from ,for United States ..Jnga. Two dormitories- Good board. Careful oversight. Expenses.jnod- '
erate. Gymnasium; Tennis, and other out door exercises. .
the San Francisco aviation field

I across the bay where he made Spring Term Begins 'Feb.,2nd. }

successful on the cruiser" :: o. Senator.A: .,
A.splendid time for pupils to enter. 'Will be admitted to any cl...- .J"I'
Pennsylvania, and'the return to ( ''p es for which they are prepared. By entering now time will be saved' In '

the aviation field, demonstrateseow January 31 19I_ ;1. education. We would call special attention to the fact that classes taughtby +
practical an engine of war ,. the regular Academy faculty are being started to accommodate 7th and .

the aeroplane haft become. Pea .,'.. ; 8th grade students, thus by this special attention entering now they could \,;"

pIe who still deny that the airship \ ........... ".".. ... ., .c. .. be prepared for the academy next year. I j,,,
.'\ :,'. For further information and'catalogue, address, r
when is capable of ', .
perfected revolutionizing '. : A' ""
? 'war and renderingthe Blount, will surely win. .1 .. *,_/. '.' ;' ". r Rev. Lynn R. Walker, President

navies of the 'world ;'obsolete,' ,,''Blount received in the first primary 13,808 Prof. 0. 0.Fisher, Principal.

."\ are shutting their: eyes :to very, ,Votes.- .. .. .... -.. .' --...--. .. .

plain facts. Bryan received, 9,749Vv ,, ;:.....;;-i:: ... . .
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> ,'Of!'11"\0. ,/.< '.,. ., ,. I
Blount led by 4,059 votes. ,
.No. TTT8.Report .
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National of Bank the condition at Chlpley of; In The.the State First There were cast- in ,all. 31,019"., -. .votes..'-_., ., :$ Printing

( or Florida at the close of business, Blount needs only 1,792 votes. <-% Creates a good impression :
January 7t..I1. 1911. u" '
BK80CBCE8.. Bryan needs 6,761 votes .._ : '
Loan and Discounts..... ......167069.33 ,*< V -. .. '::'" among your correspondents ; ,
U.S. bonds to secure circulation 50,000.00 Blount received in his Own ,precinct t'-. tall '., ,1'
Premiums on U. 8. Bonds ..... 201.09 :
Bonds securities, etc.. 5,650.00Warrants the votes one hundred per cent.' '" -i} and helps to give your bus- ; .
... ........ ....1,002.255,742,25 .r J

J Banking Qxtures:: ..........and.. 2O. 11.11 :; Blount received, in his city. of all the votes + mess prestige.. t'.
Other real estate owned..,..... 2,728.60 t '
ninety-five cent.
Due from National Banks (not; per ;. .
reserve agents).... .......... 14,187.03 i < : We 'do Neat Printing -.
Due from approved reserve ants 14,66S.ea : Blount received in his county ot all the votes. f .* i-
\ Checks and other cash Items... .5& 9 .:i '' '
", Notes of other National &"Ok81M.OO .. .. ninety per cent. ,. qtr v_., 1 ( at Reasonable Prices. _
< Fractional! currency,' { '
nickels and paper cents....";......, '109.53' ". : t Bloun't got in, hishome, ;:. county (Escambia) fr"; Banner .Office.q
Lawful money reserve in Bank- Job :
!Specie.... ...... .....lO..M.60J 2,502 votes; Bryan cot 186 votes-a difference-, '=, .
Legal-tender notes 183.00- 10.640.00 ,' . .
Redemption fund with U. 8. 2,316 votes. : '" .
., Treasurer (5 per cent;of circulation ..
'$ : ....,..............+ 2500.00 .. Blount got in !Bryau's eome county (Duval), """" ,

: tlXBIIJTIES. : 1,142 votes;.Bryan,.cot 1.303 votes. -; a difference I' Department of the Interior, 'Department of th :Interior.'
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Capital stock paid Inr..e.:0: 57' v ? v? U. M. Land Office at Gainesville, Fla. U. 8. Land Office at Gainesville'Fta.?
: !Surplusfund....'............... 20,000.00Ucdlvld 'cf'on1y'161; :vote8 :... : ;.. January 21.1011. January 7,1911'.;

:?r.' and taxes profits, paid less.....expenses..'. .... : 1,484.11 Biount. with bis two competitors, received a ';: Notice Is hereby given that Nora B. Notice Is hereby liven that. JohvriBasa' ,
Mashburn of Bennett, } .
Florida who on of Fountain Fla. who.on July 11,1904
1).." ,National Bank unpaid notes..outst'd'R..... ...... .50,000.00Uividends 640.00 'plurality in twenty-two counties the State. I July 10, 1900, ,made for Homestead? Entry. Serial made Homestead Entry No 34617' (Serial{ l
deposits No. 06833 BX of ME) Section 1 No. 03752) for N W3(8ection 26., Township
'f Individual check... .. ....subject. .. .... 138.886&8 and EKof :NEJf" Section 12, Township 1 8 north uance 12 west Tallahassee-
;, .. .. Biount Wills purely Win. Mouth Range 13 west Tallahassee Meridian rid Ian filed notice of Intention to
Time certificates of deposit ... 80,064.79Cashier's 082.25 | ,- has Bled notlce'of Intention to make make final five year :proof, to establish
checks outstanding
1 final. Commutation proof to establish ; claim to the land above described' before
? Total... .....200.3OT.TO his i out claim to the land above described before' the Clerk of the Circuit Court at.Vernon
,,. ..Htate: of Florida Count ofWa.I1h1ltt.oliJ Make majority Jsojargeas to crush : the Clerk of the Circuit Court at Vernon, Florida on t be 16th day of February' 1911.
? Florida, on the 1st day of March 1911 Claimant names 'a* "w1tneaae. v-Nero
I. W. O. Butler Jr., Cashier of the. Demagoguery. Claimant names as wltnences: J. M. MeFaddetiV Ha mo ton McClary..thston
above named bank do solemnly swear"that Porter J. H. Porter Henrv Padgett!; and McFadden! Ed Davis, all. of Foo tale
re: the above statement Is true to the Bennett. 1
1 Factional politics. O. T. Croom, all of Florida. )Fla. Miff.
.-"best of my knowledge and belief. UKHBT 8. CHUBB, Bar 8. CmraajtEd
,..'',-I"V.. O. BCTLCB, Jr.,'>.shier
-IZ' Unclean methods and personalities. Ed#fee paid. Register.< fee paid. .Be_ lst r.
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-Attest- < 8. A. Alforrt.Correct -
'.J.\ ,', :' ,::(:f. .. >,-> I A. Campbell.. .Jacksonville's monopoly'on the United States_ .; Delineators and Butterick's Dunn-Coie'man Co.
.I '""''",' "fir, ,' j',>':" "Directors.s'r " ;a\;. willyou;
$':1,;''7' ,; ':. ". ,." :''Bubscrlbed and sworn, to before me. this ISenatorship. Fashions 'sold 'at Misses. Rich more foods for same mowy,. or
.' '1lt ; SJUth day of January, 1911. fK "

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P..vOF I OLA, Kii Denial.To .: "

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Unit tate'tS.e .. : :

tor.A5 ., \thezDemocratic Voters of Florida: '. -' l'- --, "'" -- ,...., ,

,. .* 'i.. .It haye ,'deqiied from time to time, as they have come to :: ,.1"'I ---' 3ft..."

my notice, the various charges,made against me by Hon. : :=-.., 3,;)

'.\ N. i?;UBr yan atftThis?followers, but there may 'be many ._ \ .24 .
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S. 0. "a persons who have i not seen| these denials: and I therefore, I," '

; deny again. each of them.. '
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4 )1.1* I deity that I put> Joker in the Jim Crow'Bill.

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'2.; T deny that'I was absent from the Florida Senate -

iff. 1'OS.for1Sdaysi pr any other time, seeking or '"working .__.......-..., ... ._'....,....._ ... "" ..--h -4 _

on injunctions tor the .Louisville and Nashville Railroad .

against the Florida 'Railroad Commission. a word Farmers and Fence Builders: !

.3.:., I deny that the Standard Oil Company owns or

.i controls, so far as I know, Harper's weekly or any other" Having made a' deal'for' Ten Car Loads
paper whith'has mentioned my candidacy-favorably.

tiThe ;Copal;{t. deny that the Louisville: and Nashville Railroad ,

-'is behind my. candidacy.. or doing. anything to are, in position to make you better prices. e

further it. ;\ G
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_.. ,5.. I denylhat, I assisted, with my time or means, S than ever.bef !e.. e
Judge Charles Swayne i4 the defense of his impeachment. '' 2 e

.1" is running on his proceedings. ">" S Be sure you see us before-buying wire e
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own FactionalTPolitics.merits;.and"against. Ring and J"6-' I 1y'ihat'I caused to be imprisoned for contemotV : -elsewhere. It' means'money saved., :

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iMMi unjustly, any'Confederate e

The J running "\>'" T.'i; I deny'that I am,' or have been, hostile to the Con e
against {\ of the I
perpetuation 'c
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United /. in federate.Veterans or Pensions for them, and assert that I Cliipley O. e

Jacksonyifi have-always". been in favor, of both. $

., 8. I den that T.. haVe endeavored to defend L., 'jf.> ......... .............. ...

Shotter or the American Naval Stores Company in the
School at Home.Kf .
..-* '. :commission ot any fratid'or fraudulent 'practices in oaklug -
Let the Carver.... School teach. you by or'selling' rosin.
;,\ turpentine'or Bank
mall, the:AiEfrpf Photography. The First, .National: ,.
If you-are-seeking a profession .that '9; ]{:'d aiy'that was or: am responsible for the 4-cent. '
la not.oyercrpwded and one that is re- rate on the Louisville.and "Nashville Railroad lines or for

mu e 't(! ,* espectable- and pleasantyouareTkdvIsedto its'continuance., :t Designated I> ry: o/tfac United State. ..
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'take up photography -
-jLytJiiie,: Carver School, teach *., ., .,..10.. {I'deny' that<1 have been opposed Jo the Florida Otdevt and largest Bank In 'Wet Tlorlda., .
\ O:2GANJZEJD: : : Jv2.Y:: ::1.0.leeo.
I both )
youIf ,Rilroad Commission lpon| the contrary tavor
you'iire an amateur photographer State, and.Interstate l ai road Commissions. Capital Half Million Dollars.
and"wtshyto make better pictures at a ,
lower cpstj'or Wish to become a t professional t,,.. let the'Carver School teach
If any are made hereafter, it will be too ,late for 'me Interest Paid in Savings Department at Rate of 4 per cent.per Annum:
If'yoojj; |' ?a professional and wish I to answer them Beware of any charge orargumerit'ttade BanUOf '
First National
v THe
produce work th .t'w'l1fbe a pleas- at'the las"t minute. '"It cannot. be true or it would have been "',', .
ure'toouJj! customers and a credit made'sooner.. IheiN6Ae0I.A.w : .

to.yov otoe.the' : Carver! -School 'teach '" .*.*.* ?* >,., ,' vI K. BVBR.J*..Pre ldent. W.S.KBYSBK, Vlce-Prei .
W.J.FOHBKU, Caotiler. Taoa. W.RKBNT." Aut.Caahler. W.N. ROBBHTX ABA.Cnahier
I understand that there is being !circulat Directors:-F.C.Brent. W. A.Blount. >W.& Keyer, Wm.H.Knowle. W.K.Uyer.' J
yoThe W.J.Forbes.. Knnwleti Brer. Thoa W.Brent. .
Ca er School of Practical .Photograph edmy letter of withdrawal written 'last
offers twenty cemplete; practical
">p inexpensive courses covering year, in such a way as<< to try to produce l heimpression High-Class Saw Mill( MachineryWe

all branches of photographic work ., that I have withdrawn ,from the
now'for full information, it is 'i '; carry at our new warehouse,
fre a d'ilacea you under. no. obllga present race. This is, of course bsoltitefy t .408 and 412 East Bay St., 'a large

: untrue. I am in this race to stay and win. stock of Portable and Stationary
tionlidress School off Engines;Locomotlye and Horizontal
W. A. BLOUNT T, Return Flue Boilers; Saw-Mills,
: !' > Photography.LockjBtr .
Planers EdKers, Saws, Belting-
Leading Candidate tor United States Senator.DYNAMITE l
SOIL Waterloo, Iowa. _
,. and Mill Supplies; also engine and
5 r ,1 ,, ,. saw-tnill: 'repairs. Walso handle the
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i' NOTICE FOE PUBLICATION. celebrated line of Hustler Saw Mills -
t! #* Department: of the Interior.U. .. and Erie Engines and Boilers. This makes the best Saw Mill outfit on earth.
S. Land Office at Gainesville. Fla..
/e January71911. Get our prices before buying1. We can save you money. A postal will bringur
I Notice Is hereby given that Walter M. > Traveler. Write'for illustrated catalog covering your'requirements..
Hutchison, of Econ na, Florida who on
! STUMPS December 28th, 1WW.() made 'HomesleadEntry /Vtalslby Machinery Co.
Serial: No. 072, for: MW Boctlon
: [ 13 westTaliahasseeMerldlan.hastlled *O8 Q' 412 E. Hay St.'' Jlocksonvllle Florida. .
I I notice ol Uontr; Dstenoa T*tephono. ,No. B74.
Intention to make final Commutation
I proof. to establish claim tothn land above
described batore the Clerk of the Circuit Y f tt+ .
I Court at Vernon, Florida! on the 10th day :
v Cheapest 1 of February, 1911.
Claimant names!! 'as wltnewse! '' : Henry \
r... Wal.ln bUm: Homer Haddock, of \Vmij! ,tIR'OPS. '
? Econflna. 1 "Til Way Johns, of Sexton. Ma.HKNKT. S. CHUBB KeKlster.,

Ed fee paid.

To' ,Clear There is not a cotton farmer in this sec

tion who cannot increase his profit per acre

I V' ,Land. Wood's SeedsFor t on cotton fron: $15 to $25 per acre if he goes '

t about it in the rightway. Read the following:

On Feb. llth .1911 ; at 1 p. m. The From the Press Bulletin No.'83. Florida Experimental Station. s

THE DU PONT POWDER ,COMPANY Farm antJ 'Garden Experiments conducted by the Florida Agricultural Experiment
Station, as published in Press Bulletin No. 85, shows that 40O pounds i
will give a DEMONSTRATION of- have an established reputation of rertllizer per acre produced increased yield of seed cotton over an
extending over thirty years be. unfertilised plat valued at $20.40 and that 600 pounds fertilizer under ,
ing planted and used extensivelyby valued at $29.40 1
same conditions produced increased yield -
Stump BlasthiU the best Farmers and Garden Figuring the 400 pounds of Fertilizer as costing$5.50, there was a j
: era throughout Middle 'arid profit of$14.90 per acre or over 270'per cent. t
,: Southern State. FIfUring'the 600 pounds of.Fertilher, as costing $8.25 there was a !

Wood's 'New 'for 1 1911 will profit of $21.15 or over 256 per ceut
atChlpley, !Fla. 1 mile south of townonthe''linn r'-, help you 'to From the above the Department}aws the following conclusions! : ;
M J / ,'' See.talog t to Indicate'that there'ls profit In auplylnir 400 ;
;!1t of 8 dettamtlte as "The facts ao lar seem Jt
E. K DEKLE and to(SCO pound per acre of a complete fertilizer on poor grade pine land. That ,.
.Who' toi snake this tovjj t?:>crops seed to plant the practice which Is quite prevalent, of putting lOOtc 200 rounds per acre
granted permission 4 P,.<< 'uccess and profit. Our publications t of..a poorly balanced fertilizer(each as Cotton Sued Meal or Kalnlt) Is unprofitable \
demonstration on his property! have long been 'noted ,seems even more clearly Indicated. There seems good reason for believing -
# that the man-who has been ualng 100 to 2(10 pound" of Cotton Seed
i. for the full and complete information Meal or Kalnlt per acre on cotton may l Incr"11&his yield to a profitable extent "
to...-#, o? j Sr, Every Farmer "- which they give. by applying Instead,200 to 400 pounds or more of a complete fertilizer. i .
f. I mailed free
Catalog on
,and all others interested are invited to T.attend... request. Write for itT Use NIoreArfnoijr's + ""

W. WOOD G SONS, t Complete. Animal- Fertilizers. -. "' At

Richmond.Va. .
Seedsmen. ".- A.R., Wells Sales Agent. +
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,, .p s Wool HIGHEST FOR on Commission.RAW HARRICE FU \ |Writ ND NIDESF"for PAID price;' A. G. McQiiagge, .t Armour v : Fertilizer Works.JACKSONVILLE. : i r ::j ','

mentionh this ad. ,
list a Public
EaUblUhed 1887 CEJH Notary Liri FLA. t ..,

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'. Judgment R.v.ra.d. The Wall Street Gam. (
i.. A Cod Liver Oil Fiend." A middle aged and nervous tenant The burning question on Wall street ...
. "Wbeu I was anaemic, said a pale In an apartment Louse bad summoned Is always whether stocks will go up or

M' man, "1 took cod liver oiL I had a hill bed door neighbor, u, young woman down. ,If '.t y man -were able to answer -
., careless habit of leaving; the oil .mi- student at the conservatory, iut< it correctly{ be could make himself -
corked, and It began to disappear coon and charged that the peace and a millionaire a day but speculatlon .
Some one was drinking It. There.... quiet of his lodgings bad been dlnturbed is neither a fortune elllng nor i a THE TWICEAWEEKTIMESUNION
a cod liver oil fiend In the house. I decided by her singing. gambling ganve. and tbe man who behaves -

to trap the thief," he went on,, The court was inclined to regard. the< otherwise Is bound to lose hiv.

gazing thoughtfully at his large White proceedings as unwrirmnted, money and to Join; the ranks,of the disconsolate
feet, "and .one night I purposely drank "How much do you slug?" lie asked disgusted and depleted wh
f two cups of black coffee'so as to keep the defendant. make the outcry against the evils of:

r, awake. Gentlemen, you will hardly believe "Only two boars a day," she answered Wall street, says Leslie's Weekly.
'; .what happened. The thief was "An hour in tbe morning and one Tbe winner In Wall street If gifted
t,, rat-a big leek fat rat. The oil, I at nlgbf with the same business' characteristic! AND THE BANNER,
,.:.' guess, had agreed with him. A* I rrwo hours said tbe judge. "It appears that bring success in any line of enter
ti;: watched him from the bed he leaped unreasonable to complain of: prise. He utilizes them In buying and!

: silently on .to the .bureau, dipped his I that. selling stocks, just as he would if hi ONE YEAR FOR $ 1-50 t -
'1". tall in the bottle, lifted It out and "Bnt", ;your honor," Interposed the, were engaged in merchandising U< BOTH

;/. 'licked It clean, and then dipped and complainant, Btartlngup excitedly "1 1 knows, for Instance, tbat prosperous''. -
k licked It again and again till a' pOd trust you will not 'decide tbe matter conditions' are reflected by what an

,, two Inches of the oil was-gone."-Ex. until you have beard the' defendant- called the bonk exchanges, by railway S-UNION Is the Tuesday and

change. ______________ slug." earnings!!!, the record of failures, the THE TWICE-A-WEEK T1Ml
Ours and Theirs. The defendant was Dot( a't all loath: condition of the Iron market, the balance Thursday Issues of the Daily Times-Union and. contain
to sing. In fact, her personal assurance -- of trade and especially the outlook
4'A play on names unconsciously pen and professional pride 'urged pier for tbe crops. all the many features that go to make a flrst-olaai
petrated by my youngest son was very
to make the most of this opportunity and special features
said a Flatbush man yester many
fanny metropolitan newspaper
In the Interests of.high art. Baked Cheese Omelets.
day.named"We next and door the to other a family night I She began an aria front Wnp er, but Baked cheese omelets, are most appetizing which are found in no other newspaper.
;, sbe bad sung but four or five fmrs ; and may be prepared In several
, was busy reading in
whlle my family : wben the court interrupted ber. way A good recipe calls for a pint( .
'. the library we heard a racket on the. Tbat will do-that will do," be said. of milk, four large eggs one heaping ADDED FEATURES
went out to tovestlgate.
... back porch' My "No further testimony need be taken, tablespoonful of. flour, one of butter
and his return wlf*
on my i'Tbe court's judgment Is reversed. and a teaspoonful of salt. Let the I r
.' always Inquisitive, asked what had Youth's Companion.A milk heat on the stove until It reaches f These, issues contain the very latest mantel reports
caused the noise. the boiling point Beat tbe butter and Horticulture Agriculture
" "'Notbln but a couple of cat,' Jim and adepartznent.devoted to ,
Bobolink.With a Canary Sang.A flour to 'a cream and gradually mix It
told her and then I heard bet ,n,k. friend of mine tells of a bobolink with the hot milk. taking'care that no Poultry, Eto.SAMPLE.

:. 'Did you see whose they were? which learned to sing like a' canary. lumps form. Cook the mixture for flue -
;: 'Yes: one was ours and York the Press.other He was captured' when quite small I minutes: Let It cool and add tbe egg A COPY of the paper will be sent to ;you

was Ff'ltenour's.New and given a cage beside a tine singer. i after beating the yolks and tbe whites to the publishers.
for which he soon exhibited a great separately. The whites should be beat- on request,

Is Your Property For Sale? attachment. He would sit perfectly ' stiff a frotb as possible. Pour THIS PAPER is the leading weekly: newspaperof
still on his perch for a 'long time the omelet into n buttered dish 'sprinkle -
The Cbipley Board of Trades watching his friend intently, then try the top wltb grated cheese and fold this section and.should be a regular visitor to your

s receiving many inquiries for his best to imitate his sweet notes. He some of the cheese through the omelet.
tried for three or four weeks before The more cheese used the better. Let home.
... homes, farms, stock lands, etc. the omelet] bake for half
an hour otuntil
then he succeeded .
making progress; the
any UNIONrin oluding
If you have such property for In sounding one note almost correctly it Is ,solid BO that It will not THE .

sale or rent, in the county; or in When be realized his success "run"' when dipped out. with a npoon.' illustrated Sunday Magazine, to any address

or near Chipley, and will give us his wild Joy. was pathetic, and the It should bake In a hot oven.-New

a full description of it, we will canary's pleasure was_ very evident. York Tribune. for $1.50"per year. .
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.undertake to help you fiadabuyer Then he redoubled ,Ws efforts until be -- IF YOU WISH this The. Twice-a-W
Please state size, location and could sing nearly the whole canary Boomerang Kinks, paper,
distance from town; amount in song. After that be and Dick always There are u'good LDau-"klnk 'to'be' Times-Union and The Sunday Times-Union each for

cultivation and timber number sang in'concert. But; strangest of nil. learned to throw the boomerang skill\ the and send remittance
; above
his character seemed to change with fully. One'Is. always to throw against one year, add $1.60 to
condition of water
and buildings; his song. Instead of singing but u.. the wind.If, you want it to cpmc back today or if you would prefer the Sunday Times-Union
fruit stock etc. naming ,
supply ,
short time In the spring as1 bobolinks to'.you.: It Is' a miniature aeroplane. .
I the lowest priceand, terms and do, he sang all the time except"When for it literally sails against the wind instead of the twioe-a-week, add BOo to prices above.

!i', .mail or send in to molting. And he Imitated his friend's and ,Is borne upward: and onward by I,

THE BOARD OF,TRADE, characteristics so perfectly that be be, the breeze.. If the player wants to '
came a canary In all but appearance. make a long 'distance straightaway SEND YOUR ORDER TODAY TO
Chipley, Fla.VBLHCTIUCIANantl Ella U. Stratton in Suburban Life. record be can throw with the wind; _

but be must take care to select a

'i Was It Worth Ito l boomerang t which Is h a'f7-tJO, heavy Chipley! "anner Chipley Florida.
a maifaxlne: everybodjr.MVCKAiriCa Workemer Smeargent, royal ..academician that it will not be too mucb affected ,

t tMwmlRgatleordhL was painting the portrait ol by the air currents. By pointing tle. -' '--
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l i Lady Anstruther Anatrutber's. and boomerang at a certain angle he can 0 O .

AND B tlcal.fall of pictures. Sam.J Lady Anstruther"Anstrutbers was very make It sonr"aloft in circles' like
pie copy free If you naro.r hawk It be as high, us ,UN -----" -----"
of she may
well matter fact
Dili raper. |l.00 a jrear.Tsampson plain as a '1 1
Pub. Co.r'e was Jolly ugly, And, though she was feet above,the ...atb.8 in golf piny- ..
Beu.B Stn Beetna.Mast. paying him 300 guineas merely for Ing.* it (la not so much mere nrfengtb Botanic Do
that makes .a long thrower but tbe
painting the portrait and was going to ..
pay him (XX) guineas more for the portrait skill la aiming, the 'direction..and In You
Photography Itself -when It was completed, boomerang throwing the-way in which Blood BalmB.
be taken of the air ..
not satis- advantage may
I y price contest picture .PHOTON Workemer/Smeargent was Take
critldtm.. Sample qua tIon copy$ aoiwereit. free- fled. He felt he might be gQlng,blind. currents.St._Nicholas.. ,_ ( B. B.) Cures: Through tbe Blood
I/you mention thlt paper.Imsrlein Looking at her face so much hurt his 'n I i
Photography, : ,eyes. The Fewer of Snails Blood POI OD"I
t tiaCe.St. W. w
."Now, what I want, Mr. Smeargent'" One day by; Way of experiment I BONE CAN.CEIISCALYSN THE BANNER. ?
aid the unfair lady, "Is for you to do harnessed two common garden snailsto PAINS,

'I me plain, simple justice. a toy; gun carriage to see If they
A Word With You "My dear lady," replied Smeargent, could pull It along, says a writer In a If not .

.<;;' "what you require Is not justice, but London magazine. Altbougb the gun PIMPlES, .
-----.a. "" : mercy. When I tell you to look pleasant carriage was a heavy leaden one. the '
MR. MERCHANT. I you don't look natural and when snails pulled It so easily that I loaded Eczema. Why ,-not? .
I tell you to look natural you don't the body of the 'carriage with small Itching Humors.a .

You cannot look about look pleasant"London Express 'shot; Tae snails, however, were more I B.B. (Botanic Blood Balm ..the only Blood
you than equal' to tbe task. Anxious to remedy that kill tbe noisca In thai blood and then We will send TIE BANNER poet p.lo
tbe streets without see- purifies -(ending a flood of pare rich blood direct to any address,for$t pel year Me. for eta
on Naked Truth.- test their powers still further. 1 attached to the akin surface Boom. Joints, and wherever ;
cannon the disease to located. In this way all Sore months; sac, for three month
trig people who have moneyin An encounter wits once took place a toy' (wade of lead and
f Ulcer Flntptea Kraptlons: are healed and cured
their pockets which ought between the late Eugene -Field and aNew brans behind the gun carriage but tbe pains and ache.ol RbeumatUun CMinra, swelling
York woman. It was at dinner, snails and their additional load moved lubelde. B.B.B.nom lately change the blood Or / -
Into clean,healthy condition giving the akin the
to be in your cash drawer and the woman waa In evening dress, on once again with the name apparentease. rich red huts ol perfect health. B.B.B.cure the
whlcb rather decollete. After Oat of curiosity I decided to worst old case Try It.
to credit in the bank'You was a
,_ or your MTAHIC BLOOD BALM (B. B.B.) ..pleasant and Ee will send TH. BJMMKa anti:the
cannot look about skirmish between'the two relative to 'weigh the cannon, gun carriage and ale to take;composed of pure Botanic Ingredients New Yrok Thrloe-a
you the respective merits of a well know shot and to 'my great surprise found tpurifiee and enriches the blood. B.B.B.atrenthens -week World, one yeas.
the nerre* and builds up the broken down tor H.BO. .
in your store or shop with- I author it would .seem that Field came the total] weight to be almost one system. DBUOOurra. $1 Pma I.aa-ois BOTTLE.
out seeing goods that these off: second best."Oh. pound. I venture to think this a verygood with directions tor home cars cSAMPI.S > I
) Burr Fars by writing f> BLOOD
should .' Mr. Field" exclaimed'tbe wo load for two snails to manage. BALM: COM JLTLAJrr--. When writing. log
J same people I'own- man exultantly, "you.; must admit that f samples rive name of tout tio-bte. If Too know.. OrWe .

should now be using. are fairly beaten at your own The Pan. I
:, you ; r Frying II I will send Tarn BANHM and ta..
". .bt- gamer "People are always decrying the frying 'oooooooooooooooooooooooocI > Atlanta Weekly Journal, one year,for 11.70
Field bowed politely and, with a ;said experienced cook.
These facts 'holdg'ood.-' pan. an When want .
smile, promptly rejoined, "At any rate, "but the thing they refer to-cooking I you, \
even if you have been doing Miss Blank, I have one' consolation meat, etc., Ina shallow pan with butter JOB PRINTING I

a good business lately, ron can't laugh at me In your sleeve.Llpplncott's. ." as f..t.l8n't; really trying It;: It Issahtelng. Gallon us. | OrII

... They are the sort of facts Tbe. 'real 'frying pan Is a you want all three papers-Tv_
deep y kettle filled with, bot "clear lard ccooeeoeeeeeocoooceecceecOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO BANNER, The New York World, The ,At
which make storekeepingthe The Mistto. or olive 011.) In this the food dougb-- lantu. Journal-we,will make the extreme' .

most.interesting in the The mistletoe is a Drnldlcal contri nut croquette"or whatever It may be- y low price of only$1,85 for the three pa-
.world-the most tantalizing button to Cbrlstmaa. It was held In Is Immersed just long enough to, makeIt I Advertise inTHE "I pets
treat veneration by the Druids in an. crisp and"brown on, the,outside and I Today
BANNERFor ig the
acceptable time
one, too. dent England, and the cutting of it, feathery and light on the inside. Wood to subserlbr
I@I;_ was attended by sacrificing and feasting !; cooked in this way Is entirely digestible best results J
Do YOU realize that you -With weird incantations tbe priest If properly made. But so many, THE BANNER.
can reach these people every limbed the tree on which the mistletoe cooks make tbe mistake of putting too
week grew: and cut it away with a knife much shortening In- tile mixture to be
of purest gold no base metal being allowed fried, and the fat'Inside combining

If yoifplace an adv. 'to touch It. As the twigs tell with tbefat'outside, prevents tbe for* WE DO

in The Banner. they were-received below In a'mantle'' oration of the crisp, crust and make WANTED NVENTORS
spotless whiteness. the food soggy." P

It's worth trying.' BILL LETTERHEADS to write tor our-MenUal letter bafbaoe apwe -
'Modest Greatness. R HEADS I> promptly obtalnt0.5 be wonla .....;,.
Reporter-Senator, to what do youtblefly rwaoa tl..0_C10e160C9aOlisAid .... .
attribute your successful Clio NOTE ENVELOPES PATENTS'
f1tt '0t eert Eminent Statesman-Entirely to ",qor: '>"- :: .o. f"r:: ... I ntfs and TRADE .
g BEADS NEsS' MARKso.etnra
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heredity, young man I deserve no .- I TIRE I I attorney.Ie... aJkllchssUsOagtaS
w 0' MAD. 1 iCiW o rph oto and we ,end
credit for it whatever. My father hud 5 e u STATEMENTS. N CARDS "
"'oar trxo ambition, and my mother bad talent, & ._"0 Go! Q J c. the beat legal on e& .
r l.rty ,JPRrcgoHlnry'e .tad I happened to Inherit'both> those a' .:so' z I aw bb t:' !: Ay : 'tt CI&CULARS PAMPHLETS dings' are mod_&.. Try- oar
ITUllflcatlons.. -Chicago Tribune. tu::( C3.: .. t1G;ati; i z St MILL COMMISSARY S ECO..I

FroM Experience.Mrs. ca t : iii. Q. t CHECKS I CDEC .
Seed J-a .a ,_ Opp.U.S.Patent OSce,Washington.B.6.
are the beet known and t Enpeck learned today that' g Ec.1} i RECEIPTs DRAFTS
the moat reliable seeds Brown.Kvery Bob Smith,and Mary Jones were secretly -
package has behind It the reputation "IPJ; *8ito : N
<< married ten months ago. Just W1tDDING!:
O ;
of a house whose bustnces standards are the ( ,0 '
Highest id the trade. think of Itt Married nearly a year i 'w,1loM 0 I J. JONES.OHIVLEY.
Perry's tens Need A......wffl" 1sd r>EB and nobody! the wiser Mr. Knpeckh. :, .:c, A ug : INVITATIONS, G CARDS |0 .
to all: eotitalns sea, : WlfcH :: t
: |putt..u -pnan4 u.wbM I don't know Ill bet Smith was I1al *' r .
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N", 1IBPp''Ei1..O'ft'r'' .lx:_bl.ajl to Ids a i whole lot wiser before he. had, be nMrrte4 > .; "J 0: TO ORDER xttorneyAt.Lawi
. ? M.PIRIIY ah 00.. O.trett rJeI 4i a.month. ri'aaoaaecc et! e.oi..s2e I I ; FLA.,
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[After'i. ippe ',' OneWhen 'QUestloD"EJl Ugti.' '. Nature's Warning. ; -:-:- ,

a'boted'Irisb' orator was Ir' '

or'Vinol an ess in America a few ; years ago, he Chipley People Must RecognizeAnd :' ".", :, )

,t Ct.HE;. Strength ,a ppea red' at a meeting in.St Louis Heed It. i .

and delivered an addre s_ on Kidney 111. come quietly-myateriusly. JOB .
"After 1o the.subject of "Home Rule ; for : 'S i H
a ck of Grippe, ', But natUre bl-vray. Warn
you. .
Mrs. Ireland; There were fc.TJOO) of
Vaught.tover Unable
re- Notice the kidney .Wr tlona.
her strel She was very. his countrymen in the'-a diepce, See if the color unhealthy.

'Ieeak and hai p etite. VINAL says the .National Monthly. At If there arc' ettllnfipp find sediment. 'PftfNTIN-n .

rapid! ved her condition the dose of his remarks '"the Paa'rake' trequeht, hcahty, -painful.'
and rests'r,r to health. I : ..
chairman asked: It'a time then to use -Doan'a Kidney I. 0 '
sincerely recom""convalescen" d its use during .. Pills.
Would one like to ask '.the .
run down any ,
y To ward oft fr1ght'i'tllsba4e'or bibete .
Condition I question? "' : .
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Jtnws IN. VAUOHT. A man", i ia the Tearof. the hall,' Doan* have done great work In-this -,\ ,. .
'Huntsville, Ala. who"was'quite evidently .under toc Uty. Creates a good. ; '

Miss Adela Rfamm.o Water- theinfluence of liquor' arose. and R. Buchanan of' DeFuniak Spring, -"'::r'I"; ( "
I. town, Wis., writ! *After ,a severe' : said: Fla., says ""I suffered from" di or. sibn, ..among.hy lr cor ; _

attack of a Grippe, my system us fisted kidneys for some time. There 'respondents and '
Will <
the : -helps
Was in gentleman .tell if
a yeryjweakened, nervous, i was severe pain In my back and aide ,\ .'
rundown condif Ion.I took VI.I I there,is reason why1 the: Irish '
any '
I was very nervous and was subject to .' to 'dive your businessprcstiflo. ii-,
I NOL with| of results- 1 ;.should, not be .wiped :: off,tbe eadache; *. I became tired 'easily 'and I
knd it I :
madeltoe feel better and face. of the grin? the' kidney secretion were ..irregularn .
ktronger thanlfaave been for !' '. .
years passage. I finally procured a box
Immediately pand e mto i u
n m.reigned.
f We have ? ,
neve ,sold hour store of Doaq'a Kidney Pill and began ,
more valuabtS heaHh 'The disturber,waa at.' I
"restorer for
their use. I received great relief from ,
weak and .rundown persons than tacked from. every quarter. Calls the first and. continued taking( t'hla''' .' .j ,

VINOL* sndwe ask such people in of Down with haul Let' m,. aim t remedy until I Wall 'free from kidney : : '

this vicinitytatry| VINOL with h -came1 from all 'directio s. trouble. 1 am glad'to give\ boaq'a d- W e Do, Neat Prii 'tiIlg .

the understanding that their money-' Finally be rescued 'thc ney Pills the credit for my 'cure. '
was by !
*iii !bo returned ,,, I
if it does not do S.l-
all we claim.for:it policemen and torn and bleeding For aale by all ''dealer Price 50 At Reasoii&blS 'PtiC ;

S. E.'M c y.;(Druggia1 I and in an >unconscious i ,condition: ; cent.. Foater-Mi1bn", Co.., Buffalo, \ .:, '- '
New sole ;
York agent for the United
placed iii'ari
Fla. was "ambulance ..
Chipley, State. .
.... which bad been called. Order ,
-- :; Remember the ttarhtlDaAn'sAn. ;
Noah TJnd.r 8'nPlc' 01l. was in a measure restored. take no other '. : .. .

TIle lat.ooplt4oLtha; .. ratat.Jonrusl,,. While. the..audlence, 'could still Give : us your next 'ortlcrand ", ;" '

has published rece&'tyjl thrWdays>> >eett'' excavated before ,the from flood the! bear. the.clatter! .pf the: ambulanceand When Did You 011 Your.Watch? .< ,we 'will'give 'Vbu r er (, :'1< .:':::'" :', .

top -dra ban'-oriental magnate'ldesk. tlieound..oUtS.going as i it When did you oil\ your watch laatt .
'$& conveyed its burden to the hospital Never"? You may rein ember when :you feet satisfaction; 'thus :i '...: t.::
_ It say."ettlt M Jly- l lubricated1 your sewing msthinetype.- ,
the chairman stepped for :;
:1'I.41.rtuUeruee;; l; of old man writer lawn mower ,or grindstone making yOu. one of oUr '" ..
Noah ant to:be strongly deprecated by ward and asked! : within a year, probably-but your I I

all conservative' citizen Especially Would anybody like to ask an- watch you never oiled, that you can '. :";".. ; regular customers.CHiPLEY .. ._ :' '
do we deplowf' unwarranted, attacks ? remember. Yet In a period of eighteen ,
i otherquestion *
on the sln4t; ust and. Its worthy board' months tbe balance wheel turns on : : '
of UrectoM'- But no response.-'One question Its axis '96.800.006> tamest Expert -1 / : ,;: :: .. > .

"Asld *w i the'ttct th t'thesegen.. was enough watchmakers! aay'thttl' a witch should t"T '
tletnea tfta< .very,high In tbe eommu- be thoroughly' cleaned and Oiled every : : :: ., ,:
alty.-mjco;' [Ud denunciation and prediction < eighteen months. Many persons weara .: TT -
trf bar'people listened to last An attack of grip'la often followed by a watch"for. yean, ;winding It'up each : : ',. .
evening amp&ely to produce an unset peraiatent.cough, which to'many 'proveigreiitannpance a night and never oil It. Watches are ,
tied 1: tHfcms..of. ;;affairs and damage. : Chamberlain'Uongh remedy Instruments 6f uncertain age; borne ... ,
buetns.a._ has been ez&ellilvell'lied and 'with run Indefinitely, keeping accurate time, '

"It;la'generally believed that hlflmo good aucceu for the relief and cure of' this without; needof,, repairs. .A a matte BANNER
tires are,cot,above suspicion. In.fact. Dough Many' oases have been cured after of fact, nothing Is so neglected aa this H !
those wtM* ttra well Informed hint that all other reoedlea Had Called Bold by City .mall, delicate and useful Instrument j
the old'to.ari h ll! .80m.'watered and undigested Drug Store'and 8,'K.'McGeachyr- -North :American
f stock of his own 'wblch he -- '
expects to float as:soon n. the' ,- : ;;: .1; easels : Chijjl y, .}rla. ('
18 1IW&984- -Puck.8V 'None of That' For Them. CHILD. ,
ar.r.wrattow'd SooTHiita B-rmtrr Baa ,
They had been married only a.nloul h. Deed for over SIXTY YSARS by MILLIONS been of -, _, -
MOTHERS for their "Ij" <" _
and It .ww., \h lr 1 In CHU'.DIUtN'WHII.JC .
; experience
f It CT\1>i TO"Tf iCY ., ioirfitr first TKKTHIMO., with PERFECT SUCCESS ...It -,- : 7*
seeking i boet t1iJ'tter riding SOOTHES the CHILD SOFTEN the OD)-! .
3S$5td*of teat uit.vr Al*. has a jn B' tea long tulles la a rattling farm cart U ALLAYS the all PAIN{ DLArt&RaL4.. and" _"....,.... _--' I, ,,.. tr tillable grievance. Two 'tblev it. stole his arrived II.f the door of the farm beet' rettiody.... lor It isIC mtf.
they solutely harm I. B<* aur" and a k for ".....

tldDe7 health';fl trO&ble.>jfl3 years.Then They Dr. were King's* Mew liver Life and house.And now strangers,." Bald' the, old Una.Winston's Twcnty-aT,- -eoottiias._" "cants Brrnp.-. bottle.' and take- ,BO.. Other ..........................

Pills throttled them He'.well ,nov>. rJn-r farmer after be had asked about a 't'
rlnled for constipation lads, headache e score1 b 'questlons. "I want to tell ycouright CITY BA'R R sHOP. DO YOU KNOWThat .:

dyspelwhi?'' 29c at 8. K. JicGeacDy. ; now that down here with usyedu '. $

', ,, \ be supposed' to Ito >to bed with tbo now'la the time to build thatbom or.buain a. house
chickens." The, young: man whispered No Waiting. you have been considering? The preaent.6uslnea. depression e
flyobsolfte fanny Bible., to his young wife, and' then both climbed : ''haa fidufced the price ot luaAsufA&d' biilldlri 'diaterlal i; labor

iladelpbia i; publtbincr house back tid the. tart cent leas than
"Boy said the (young man, lip .. .' r
thatkea; 6 specialty tbe sacred compressed With determination. "drive e

;Gok says the 'family 'bible ua.back: 'to the station." Everything-lp) -to-Now., ... 1907, OR'JUNE 1908; .

tradejg'languishing.'! The bjble\ The freckled lad grinned and Whipped Shave, ... ... 156.
rf..4. > : When i _.
the hprsfr. you'think of lumber -
up ;{ Haircutting .. ...,.. oribulldlngmaterial think of ua -
.25c. .
continues to be; line 'best 'sellei4, "Y 11. 'uns didn't seem to like the Shampoo, .. .. ...-...... 25c. and the :fact that 'we' have1 cotopKtfcd a tnbderA try'-date: Millwork -
'i bTTFjiHs no longer' the immense place?"' he chuckled. Massage, .. .tor. .f..Ii 25c. I. mill, and can furnish evcrythhtg made ot wood used in >0I

,/ volute t& (8t o4'oq*tbe ?parlor "No,'read! said'abont the young crowded man farmhouses; ,"We hareoften Hair Singe,.. ...,..,. ,25o. a building from ailla,to comb and that we can .

centetableosand'contained mar-- but when It' comes to'shoving us off toth We Sdlldt Your btia, e. DO .,IT QUICK, e

'".w ii d> steel engravings of'' tbeToVifforBable' ;henhouse';that .la going A. little too I Saab' 'M6uldt &a Framing Bank .
Respetffuily.A -
and 'the fall c-f i strong. ... .gne'sewe'Ii etal,1n.jb4t ery ''. Door Cuing. Flooring Drug e
-Chicago News. W.'.D. Peters, Propfe Blind BaM Ctttldg', Store

+'ili evah'and pad rpomfpr( all the 'S
,*'' famuJMrecord s> The'thing' .now While It Is often Impossible to prevent. an Catimktes cheerfully. fi 1'PlahedJ Freight-patd. to your at a- !
tlon If desired,
i student editionmi J ,I '
ii"tbin-paper: accident, It is never Impossible; to be pre

vi covers.concordanceaminotes.andalifaulted pared-It ie pOt' ,e70Dd: any 'one's parse ,-*--*- Attorney at Law i :
invest coati Cnaraimrlaia'a Liniment ':- MAR1ANNA MANUFACTURING : :
: I to, thc S I / a (of tW.COlleatlAaiaBpeolalty. CO.,
,pocket. .It hasnt any .room bruises and like jnjurle Bold by City; Chlpley'Ilawe ( ', .. 5-1 MARIATN1NA, P'LA., e

fof any family history, but it can Drug Store add.8| e.,M:3feaoby.I :, DIS+ANCB HONB sue e

flat tMintroduced;without crowding into a; stingy the, Ramify.jTbe city. I i Comet-_nd'Qri'- -Men.- promptly obtain U. S. and foreign ............. ...... ........=

It la somewhat retuarkubl bow often
I ( passing of the' ,family:,,Bi- the death of"an eminent 'person! -

Weds significant of an interest .baa been marked;by theappellrunc.'e o! ri'( LU The New York Warld 1 DR. '''If. 'E.' TILLER.

log in the comet. A certrttr}:wrlti'.r. indi' d, after -
change keeping of,vital ,
r dead modal,itotati or photo ollarnUeakk Thrfce-a-wfek Eedltipd. 'Dit MtAL BURGEON
statistics. Records of' births golug throngs\ bfcoinets for i froareport ralentaMlity. for frcTRADfMflRKS ,
600 year*. sayVthat ;Ht ls) "as It ..Uodi r How to Secure WTlMpposlte : :-
deaths..... and marriage have. 'ceased i and nature Intended by comets to ring Th i Thrlceaweek World hope to. be ChipSey. Florida.
Id IflOS a better than It ..has.ever
i, tobe a family.and become. statei the knell of princes esteeming bells been before and paper It baa made Itt arrangements ''mlld6'dt'r Ffrit Nail* Bank.1H' .
not sacred
churches arth'
lo upotf ,.. ,. .
i better and news ; .mill r.
Its cov1
accordingly service
enough for such Illustrious aud emi! "
,functlon""i/JS'done, in tbe old 'neat pertormaoceaTainkatlon'onlye era'tho entire globe and It reports every COOK

t are morpsefui a few. Lotbarlua the Younger, LoulaIU ) U. S. Patent Ofrlc < thing fully, promptly, and accurately. It d ,'M RAE,
la theronly paper, not a dally, which I.I as i
Charles thfr-Mild TheotliWlf'biell' WASHINGTON D.C
to Ide Attorneys tomc
That fact
t. .public. ." of Tours Henry H:. and ni*hard 1. -> v >w v v %> <% w %>%>% v4< op ; .., .
t need not prevent our dropping. a i had their knells thus rnng by'eotiletlt.-' i .. ,as completely,Informed of what Is happening .! .*e FM ......... soak.Cag.fatatt.atto .

:,1 ; tear at the passing oran: old and, t Even. In .$Shakespeare'* time the come YEAttS' throughout the world.
, ', cOnaldered .flttlogaccompanl I EXPERIENCE The Thrlce-a week World W I felt i In., Its : .Ivee alf batten eotrunttamrcare.
cherished institution. i Was : a CoUectlona made,
ment to the obsequies of kings polftlcal1'epor You can get the truth .
foatlorraapbhalbta limo and ...te8tecl In
-4. from Its whether. deli .
coluroqs ybd a Repoblfcan -
thi tte&vens'with .
Hung -be black yield .raoeeCoqUnle..
'LtE: SAVED: AT DICATri'S'lJOOlf., .. day- to nJ btL A or Democrat and' that I I. what ,.
'J. Comet.. 'Importing <,jliansT. O' time and' you want.Aapeoib. ,
; i
.f Ml never foil nearer my grave*' writes WK. *ta{es.:" '
| Patterson' of Wellington, Tex. a* when affrightful Brandish your crystal tastes In th* sky lreaturdbLthe"Ihricd-htweek: : CURTIS L JONES
r cough add lung trouble pulled 11 And with ttam acour, e'tb*. '!>&4'Nvolun..ta TRADE MAtute World, has always been Its seilat-fltlon.( ,
,. DESIGN It publishes aovela by the best auihors In
i ;|down to 100 pounds, fn spit* of doctor's
|treatment for two-year My lather,mother I that havacor. - : for 91.SO apiece and Its high
standard In
and slater -- 1 .certain our oiinioe ra wheth.e
two died consumption,and In..ntrn '
; ,, _' '
.Mobeblypnt,1 lt.
lam alive-today II I due know ..ille 'Uan.eIrt.t4y'onOdentier.. tlAHD lOOK cml'.uMnS this respect will be malntarned In the fi/t- Alt6'u bi & entrusted to
Y tjthat f solely to 1>r.KiD. X> you that.cronp, med&- ,..... ( 11\.., a..eIlC"to.r4>Ir pat.enC40 ore a* In the past. .
p, |*New 'VJaco.U7| which[ completelyk ed tlive Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. PaL.U tak..t tb.oQ.1a MauD .lJO. receive ure'wiu
,: i ir .f/erW aoU", wtthoet ob..... Ia lb. The Thrtce-a-week World's regular my:, have my prompt
k red Now I ,
mar "wtlgb 488--pounds and sooa ais'toe; oblld"become*<.botre or i6v.n '
'lave been well aid trbag for.l'eari.Qiate k i r aftertbe broupy.potigb! rppeu.j;agda< I"m.j Scfcttfitic Jlnwrk .., subscription price,Is only $1.00 per year i; :..attention. Fees reasonable..

safe, sure It* the best remedy on earth ..forai :prevent: tbe attack. It Is also a certaloure .. A"_d.o, .,?ntaJltftfe4 watt', 2areeN drti'ee andthirpays for 1a8: p'per.Ve; bfferttniTuheqtialled '
tlon olI ear ens ntli1a Ioum.... Terni. $.. l n w.palier'ari(.vriie bane Cdn'btTfdarid'at Post
f .lor h a Office
potds, Kri-p aathma and. al U and has
4p ,crow p crtup never beea known I to '>""tnonthe' eL .old wWeet nb
}'throacasdtSag'troubiO500t., Triafbottle :fair. Hoidof-nJiy Drdg'Store and. 8.. 1C. .. i 818ts.dsmr,N k toffdther for one year lor-,,1.66. Thereguiaraubscriptlon .
l free. ' 8 H Mo.GeacbY J,HcG acb1. slat price of tbe two.. pa W ,
.:. ;: t air 19'DtlI-.11 susau Florida
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11 Town 'Topics.WANTEDA IIjf j 'W.Ll A. BLOUN' ] Personal. IT HINTS TO FARMERS.

goool f Mrs. Moore spent Friday wit ,
friends at Graceville. .
<<: Has Not Withdrawn ftoln .
ber printer.-.TheBann ,' W. O. Butler Sr., and wife visited >>
.. .. The Race for United Graceville, Friday.R. Now is the time that you .realize .

Glad wedding ,cls. re..fs ohs ed1\ Senator. B. High tower of Compass on your season's vork.s .' ,,'"
tiled to rind apsaiyi.'in\ourtoshortly. ; ';: States t.' J
Lake, was here Saturday.W. grain ,
,'t/-. :' As you sell your cotton, tl v '
I*. Hargrave of Brewtot, place ". r. .
Go to the polls next Tuesday I There is being published in at Ala., spent Monday,in Chipley. ; stock or other produce, ., ''"
vote for William A. account with ;f1"
and cast your on open ..
1 will 1 make worthy I least one newspaper and by. dr-I W. C. Lockey and little son, of -'your money \ '-
Ae a
Blount. :'
successor to Senator Taliaferrc, culars: throughout the State, .a'' Vernon,. were visitors here MOB. > ,a.reliable bank. :i-:?/r n',:;
Occupation opens up f'for 1'a man copy of my letter of withdraw. day. .- Pay all your bills by check,.*

the opportunity ,to gei: genus from the Primaries of the spring F. M. ":"Ru8s and two sons of which makes the b st. kind of .'| ;f>, .
joy. Without work. man will of 1910. near Vernon. were visitors her I receipt. and avoid the worry and. ;;',, ;4"Y+\.
Saturday.C. 0' : '
fondle his troubles, even though; ? s *
This copy in the newspaper, carrying'of :|t;|
: 'I. attending the
they torture him.: A. Myers of Tallahassee, danger ''''
and.I understand in the circulai '
: ". The tax assessor and collect was here and..spent a day or two< large sums of money., .:; $4f."f.*
the ate
without "
is published
cut out part of their itinerary 10 this week.G. at'the :vjjjp..
(which; was December. 23, 190< ) .Our'omce are always ?
the southern part of the county B. Bush, chairman of the, i ,
for the present on account of the and would appear to be my rea. school board, was in from his: disposal of our customers and.OvvJ' ,,

prevalence of. smallpox' : '$in. 'bat sons. for withdrawing. from,.,' the farm at the Hill Saturday I J country friends.. ,. .'.4'. .

section. present contest. 'T, J. Willingham of Tifton, I -

bon for get. to' ,go and see. the' The purpose of the publication Ga., spent two days here last'
stump blasting demonstrataononthe week looking after business mat First National Bank .
it this time, in this manner. i is, The
mile south of '
Dekle farm, one ters.: ,-

Chipley, on Saturday, Feb.. lit learly: to lead the voters,to be.. J. E. Mathis of Oakland, ,Cal.,, .. OF CHIPLEY. .

at 1 p.' m. Read the advertisement ieve that I have withdrawn from was one of the visitors here Fri:

-" .,_ on another page.. the.: race and to induce my supporters day, and. a caller at .tbe Banner .
Keep confidence with your office. -
either to stay away'from
friends. Respect their true TomColeman returned Monday -
them to seek strengt he; polls or to vote for Mr. Brya schools and it is worth
Encourage from Atlanta, Ga., where he State Superintendeng of Public the public

of your personalityand, the'' jOf; It is ot course, not'- true that I spent'a week, combining pleas- Instruction Holloway is urg- some special effort. Too otten
., ,of having you share the 'thing with business. the grounds adjacent to a, school
ire of the public
intend to wit: ing the teachers
have withdrawn or
their the
which are a large part of. house resemble those
Miss Jennie Jackson 'one of schools to observe Arbor day,
lives. I raw, but I will be" in toe race village hitching post, and, are
'hroughoui. this orimaty. demon's popular young ladies,, the first Friday in February, chiefly noticeable for the dust
In taking a general view,of the \ spent Saturday here the guest of with special programs. and the is created when a breeze
of last the conclusion This letter has been talked of Allen.J. .
..., events year Miss Maggie planting:' of trees, flowers or comes up. Trees and &TaSs.and

is reached that it was a period"'of .rihe' of >y Mr, Bryan continuously- tor J, Williams and wife, A. I. shrubbery about the school house flowers are possible the year

advance for the people bore than three months through, Vliller and wife and W. O. Butler Arbor day has been observed around in Florida, and if the chil-

\. world In almost every part tut.this campaign and distributed Jr. formed an auto party toto tor some years in Florida, dren could be interested, conditions :
there was. .,.an1inereasing con might be much improved.
-sClousness'01 power and-a.: ; well! by me throughout the State. visit Bonifay Monday. with more or less ceremony at
defined putPose'to use it. I Why is it at this late hour.pried .. Dr. Tiller and wife," and A. I. O OOOODDOOOOD oOOOOOOOQOGoooaOGOODaaOODO.a80.0DO
filler and wife tried out the Dr's
An exchange.. ,asks. ': 'Wba. : and distributed this man "
shall it profita'man if,.he spend; new automobile Sunday, by driv- HEADQUARTERS
,'ner and in this'misleading way. Tiller
the flowery days of youth i in I in2; It: to Vernon. Mrs.

learning shot on a to b ,Uiard.t make.a perfect blend,.draw ca 1 t method What does of conducting the Voter campaign say to this? emained;there. a. few. 'days. For Good Things to Eat!

the real estate
draw a accepted Walter Gentry,
at a bank when the ,winds cold W. A. BLOUNT. nan,;closed a deal few days ago ".".I1..e"'I'"
age begin''to'' i blow?"' '"Am hereby A. .R.. Wells became the -

echo answers. what!. '', .' f W owner. of.the store bilding owend Just Received:
Jf ,&' j#} $ '.. ; by'G. W Watts and occupiedy ,.
Alta Vista Kan The State Board of health guar
F. A. Dean of Raisins,
W J. Schell. Consideration -
Fruit Cakes and
and ntees protection against smull .
who' last
a was here summer $2. ,800. Prunes, -
purchased a tract of land throng pox to everyman, woman and Currants Other Cakes.
{ Walter Gentry in writing to order child who will accept vaccination. Whicb of the. two racers for .

The Banner a few days ago, but those who will not accept 'itmust i the prize of a seat in the United I"erdend All kins of Nuts. '

remarked that in' Kansas' .everything take their chances. We can. States senate will win in the scene .' I Raisins.

;, 1 was snow and ice now cannot get rid of smallpox ii primary? Ask us after next
.- .- ---. :, Just think, here the thermometer Florida so long as it is allowed fto Tuesday. At present ;"e' .'only Oysters Every Day.

',. .has been registering in the .60'i : rampant in the states just t know that his name will begin

:,.for the past two or three weeks.. north of us But if our people i with the second letter in the,;at; W. W. HARVBYDunnnColeman .
.(' \ "' were all vaccinated we would b< I abet,.and he will be as. busy as L
., January 1st to'Aprif 1st is the of those states. We
'" independent. a bee for. six years: for Florida. aOGOCG ODOOOODDO DOOOCOCOOODOooooooooooaoOODO'.O
time to make returns' on your; ,renow at their mercy. Com- .
property. and it's very important 'nlsory vaccination cannot be en "" .
4 that every'person' owning'real estate forced by the State health au- 11

.- list the lands upon the blank lorities; the statutes do not per.. 1 ',
+ )
mit it. Cities and towns, howev-
returns furnished for that -pur er. can adopt ordinances requir- : CO. SELL ::

pose. Remember. ,) when' .j"such' returns inA:' such procedure. This hasbeen Y ,

are not made, 'your lands done in several of our ...I. \ ..,
% may bo assessed as unknown. It Florida towns, and when vacciition ,.. .PAGE .' '
to to, make is enforced smallpox diesout }
is also important you :,
is im- '
at .
personal property. ... ,- .
turns on your lune. ''.' ,i" v. '
Did you eversee a man' who 5. ;:, ; <''' SOLID ST'EEI. :

in him who would I Dunn-Coleman Co. come. "'.
had no give-up. says t.:1, :,.
.'to.,1,. "'t. ,
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never let gobis; grip ,no matter Pobacco &,Suff at Schell's: .. :: :' (Ii
what.happened,'who'every time FBNCE : itr ".

he failed would comer"up, smiling: Cheap sale at Misses. Richard- : '-', .' .II .

.... with the,air.of, a conqueror and son's. .. )'/1' "Cape V well Horseshoe Nails. .:.r

.. more determined.than ever, the F. B. Callaway sells strictly { V. ;

',' man who never wavered or.doubted hiah grade,fertilizers. ., ;t Improved Olliver Plows.. 'II

., 'matter or took what a step misfortune backward overtook; no Good Cigars at SchelrsDunnColeman Plaster* Paris..the best- made. :.*" i*.'oJtJJ,;

i ,', 'Genuine Roofing. *" ,t'
: him? If you have, then you know Co. sells the .

,. a real man. wire fence. See them. :,. ,." Standard and Domestic,Sewing Machines' .,. ." ':j'
Judge. Charles H. Laney, one Don't buy' fertilizer until you ." ,.. -White Rose Guaranteed Lime. i, .- .,

? of Pensacola's. ..distinguished." .. .. chi'zetts. consult F. B.Callaway. .. ; ..

:: : was-here Friday night and I ysters ;30c.qt. at SchelYsTrimed a.+ '. :. "as',"Ell. Kinds Farming Implements., / "
inade'a short Ippee' h'Fd behalf of '' Paint. :v
Bfount's..candldacy for the hats'75c, $1, $1.25 and ;.Ii;Magnetic. .'..'. ,- .-. '.

-': .....:fsfvr..U.S.:: Senates.{; The crowd to hear;i$ .50 at the Misses Richardson's. ; Pure White_ Lead, guaranteed, '* "x_?, ': ; ,1

'. ,'t him was small, but enthusiastic, FARMERS if you want theBEST Coffins and Caskets. .. .
t. I ;and his peech was heartily re- fertilizers, see F. B.. Calla. ," .. 1 I.

.. reived. Chipley is one of Mr.Blount'a way., -' Punn-Coleman Co." ,
strong-holdsf in fact
utter 30c; lb. at Schell'sIt
.... might say all Washington county ,
A. G. McQUAGGE General -
will be to interest Manager.
) is a fltrng-bold for Mr. Blount,as certainly: your '.. ,. .
',Was clearly*indicated jnttfae recent to F. B. Callaway before iitI.
ranging: for your fertilizers.: ,
.;-4., primary.
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