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Title: The Chipley banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: C. Tharp & Co.
Place of Publication: Chipley Washington County Fla
Creation Date: February 16, 1911
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Chipley
Coordinates: 30.779167 x -85.539167 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Vol. XVIII., '. Chipley. ;Washington" County, Florida February 16th. 1911. No. aJi
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Tobacco >- dresses. You'll be surprised to see

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Reciprocity With Canada. I Orlndl"s Day. Building Character Tobacco & Suff at Sdiell's '+r

The movement toward reciprocUy -! Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Substantial houses have been F. B. Callaway sells strictly

IN'mhm; with Canada should receive of each week is griding built in a day or two, on a wager, high grade fertilizers.

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of the democratic party. It is a w _. ".llx41oaals..... Prop. that way.. It is a virtue of slow .
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the burden the tariff. isfamia of littledaily-accretiocv -w ejence. See them.

I am pleased to tell the people of Canada, our neighbor on'' ,the terest to F. B. Callaway before. One's reputation is the estimateof Don't buy fertilizer until you
fertilizers.DunnColeman
Cblpley and vicinity, that I have purchased north, ought to be brought into arranging: for your the neighbors but a maii'scharacter consult F. B. Callaway. "+

the insurance business of Buell. the closest relationship possible. Co. will sell you is what be really; is. .
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Cook. There is no reason why there more goods for same money, or There is no finer field in the
I represent only the very best companies Easter Post Cards Free.
-thosetime tried and fire test should be a tang wall betweenus. same goods for less money. world for -the development of J

ed. If you are not insured, I would be Absolute freedom of ex- character than on the farm. That Not CHerap Trash But IO

glad to write you a policy. change between the states has DR. T. G. YATES, is why so many of the men who Beautiful Ones .: .

The.value of insurance cannot be been found beneficial to the states have done ireatvork.: for their We will send free toany reader :,,;..:
YEARS'EXPERIENCE
rated. Ask a man who a policy With TWENTY
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and the extension of the principles country and their time, have been of the Banner 10 beautiful, high
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if he will sell itl The savings a
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life-time may be wiped out in a few to two nations like Canadaann country bred. If you are building grade, embossed, colored Easter '
minutes. Not so, If you are insured. the United States will be justified EYE SPECIALIST, up character in your'sons and post cards, all different. We do
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Therefore I would advise you''toplace by the results that will fol Office. daughters, you are doing the the high-grade cards we carry.If .
Wilson's
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your insurance with me. grandest, noblest work that can
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lr CH'PLBV.l'rom fall to the hand of man. cards, say so when you write. All
F. B. ELEVEN to SIX oV ..ck ':
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Callaway, r we ask is that you send us this
NOTICE-Have your picture First Tuesday In Each Month. advertisement and 4 cts., stampsor
Insurance Agent. made at the Tourists Photo tent Examlnitlons FREE. FARMERS if you want the money, to cover postage. Address -
next to First Nat. Bank, Chipley, t1J" BEST fertilizers, see F. B., Calla- Johnstone Poet Card Co.,
Send in your subscription. Fla. Hlount My t"enaacol&. Building office Is Room No 410 way. Dept. 188, Rochester, N. Y,

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,II< eat or wear. And we will be glad to have you call and.,let us a burdan it is a delight for the cook to prepare the groceries we )

u) show you' through our lines. Or a telephone order will receive'' sell for the table: Any of our old customers will tell you this Qf ,'

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1 1 __ When it comes to Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing 'or 'Notions We deliver promptfy aU'l goods purchased at our store, to'e' }-

5 are right here with the goods, and from our large and varied any part of town, ,tree of charge. All you bave tp do is to'caH' :'1 1W

stock, can suit you. And one of our bobbies! .is Shoes. In this III up through 'phone No. 19, say what you want, and... we'll do 1il -I

W. line we handle only the "Star Brand.."" : the rest. .. 'f'/ ..! ""l ... t',

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soon : Ranges: Stoves, Sashiand/

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"A Glass ware, Enamel' ware:
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".'hTo : before.. Strong corps of teachers. Large and well equipped school build-. .
:. ings. Two dormitories. Good board. Careful '
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'. my : for which they are prepared. By entering now time will be saved"in "
... for : education. We would call special a attention the fact that claaaea taught
Y _, but by the,regular Academy faculty-are being started to'accommodate 7th and
( 8th grade students, thus by this special attention
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} Rev. Lynn IL Walker, President.

ed ) Prof. 0. O. ,Fisher, Principal:,..,

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done. ] : Solicits Accounts of Banks Corporations Firms and J dlYld aJl.
} .Our twenty years experience In the .bankingbusll1eaa enables us to-'bffetl
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THE BANNER. ., The .,C..r*. $n ffbox. rrCan't gooooOOOOeooeocoeocoe
LIFE AND) ACOMTor )
Czar Paul's sanffbox was aa sacredas TilE SODTflMIN I IOF
the Imperial crown Itself. No one ,

Chore Directory. was allowed to touch It. Kaploff wa- Work uranee t7ompnHy,
M. E. Church, South.-Pretchl_"very ,'gered that he would take a pinch out 1
tit and 3rd Sunday at 11 a. m.. onto p, m. Ml !t. One morning he walked up to !,,
School 10oa.. Unstable which stood} near the bed on When you feel that you
Sabbath SheaU,
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: m. which the czar still reclined and bold- \ can hardly drag through Marianna, Florida. .

Superintendent., Prayer Meeting Thursday nights. ly took from it the majestic snuff! your daily. work, and are
; Men's prayer meeting Tuesday It noisily, he inserted discouraged and Policies embodying 'be jnatxl.
,,{ Young invited box. ,Opening I tired Invites your attention to Its New Line as
nights Everybody cordially ,nl. angers, and, while Paul I. wan miserable take Cardui
\ I of practical protection at the lowest practical price. A reaa.r.k ly
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watching him In stupefaction at such the woman's tonic.., '
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Baptist Church-Preaching Bev. Colller.pastor. audacity, he sniffed up the fragrant Cardul is prepared for cheap contract but safe and conservative and backed by: haaseaspisl

:-'. .and Sabbath 4th Sunday.: School a. m., F. C. Hawk. powder with evident satisfaction the purpose of helping W. H. MILTON Pre.ldettl.J .

,Saperlnteneent. Wednesday nights "What are you doing there, you. women to regain their BCammm. John MUton. Jr.. W,B.W.Uon.nww. Baltntl.
i Prayer Meeting roper exclaimed the czar excitedly.'Having and health. DlfeCtort j.>E. BrookiTj.M. DUloo.H.H.Lewi.John IlL I
.:,.;, a pinch of snuff, sire. I strength with I DMOeOO
ostofilce Dlreetory.Olficehonrs73Oa.m.tgAQOp. have now been on duty for eight hours I Not by doping OCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOCOCODOOO. .
.':. : n.}. except and, feeling drowsy' I thought It strong drugs, but by the
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.". Eastbound mall closes at J.O3Q?,,,.m rather break the rules of etiquette l pure vegetable herbs. t __ If it is Machinery you want, we have it: Witte I

West-bound mall closes at StlQ p.m. than neglectmy duty.Paul ." i I us for catalog, prices and "
Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 a-, ..... burst out laughing and merely B56

and leaves. on arrival of the eastbound replied: ,I MALSBY COMPANY
mall "That's right enough, my lad, but asthe 8ACARDUII '
Sunday hours: 11:30 m., t.oJt30: p.m., GA. '
Money Orders Issued at all hours when snuffbox' : is not large It enough for ;41 South Forsyte S... ATLANTA.
except Sundays.J bath .f us. yon can keep for your Is
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open P tiC BELL P.M: elf." We sell the following well-known good: American.Hench .

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jn Juvenile WUdOm. la all sizes;capacities; Erie City Qelser "Peerless, and Hotnton.
Oar Clubbing; UeUBANNER From some examination, papers in a 1 L N. Nicholson Stan wood & Gamble Engines and Boilers In al'slze.; Challoncr. and Perkins
"Peerless1' Threshers
Grist Mills, ,
Semi-weekly Atlanta Machinery Band Saw, Edgers,
'And repeat, Massachusetts Shingle ;
Journal, per year $1.75. Massachusetts of Shook, Mo., writes:, Planers,Steam Feeds,and various other Machinery, Repairs and Mill Supplia
s-weekJJew Fork 0wu: I "Before 1 began to take We can furnish you the best Machinery on the market and at the same
BANNEB and Thrice: Is when milk rises up
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unable to
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Cardui was time you money.
World, per year:; ti.es. around the edge of the bottlel --and ,
BANNER and Seml-weekly TlonetlTnn shows, good me.. re." do any work.. I have
and Citizen, per year, 11.60.< The settlers gave a Thanksgiving taken 5 bottles and have

BANNER and Home and Farm, per year dinner to the Indiana for their kindness Improved very much I UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. Florida State College For Women

.' $1.25 and to the Lord for fair,weather. can do; the most of my' I GAINESViLLE TALLAHASSEE

They kept up their festivitiesfor'three housework now., A Superior But Inexpensive Institution for Collrue Arts and Sciences KaI: School.
'General Directory. days, eating all the time. A party of "I can't say too much Florida Yon,. Men. School of Music.School ot Art. School ol Expression. -

sixty; .IndIan warriors came rolliuR\ for Cardui, it has done so Pour colteirt*. agricultural experiment atatloo; .School class ot Home equipment 6ooa.mk.aeEket throe p ort. TvithosiIron.
STATE OFFICIALS, their warhoops down the bill." much for Unkr. ..Ur_tMtn.. 4* pnfcmon Ml _Iat. Other expenses rery low. For -Inlormatkmaddress.
efforts in. me. ant. 80 per cent tncreaas In attendant laat .
Governor-Alber W.Citlchrlst. "Henry VIII. by his own and Forc.talolr.MI.
Your druggist sells Car year. Attractive Imildinr campus. EBWAISCSMUHrrUMee*.
of England PrctUcit.
A.A. MUIPBREE.
address
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Secretary. of.State H. CIa Crswtod.Attorney creased n IVWt.." dui. Get a bottle today.

General Park Trammel '"'" and sold them, c .. .. "
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Com. Agriculture-B. feL McLln.Treasurer ,for'potaslsV J: r .', : ." --.--- FARQUHAR MACHINERY CO. -

-Win.V. Knott., ''!'$e Lupetoal was the wolf who 431 B. Bay Stroot.JACKSONVILLBP. ,
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Supt.vPubllc Instruction-:W. M. Hollo-- suckled Romeo and JuJlct; at Rome. No Place For His Talonts. LORIDA.
.. way. "Lincoln ken a high forehead. lch At St. John's a man stowed! away
t I Is a sign of many bralns.-Jiverr-- Whitney's yacht, bound mill and
": v* .Comptroller-A. C. Croom. I I'In Harry Everything for the saw
ft body's. for"Tu"toCLtlc hunting trip. He was }i
::" Supreme Court-Thos. H. Sha-ckleford, discovered"" late to return him to plaining mill. W. are new Millar i:
r: Chief Justice; M. II. Ms-brv. Cleri.l' "*""" '-... ;
,; .. Railroad Commlsston Hudson Burr, WIFE GOTITIP TOP ADVICE. the little N the well known Farqwba Machin

..T Chairman;' R. C. Dunn Clerk. :My wife wanted me to take our boy' to a Whitney work his de: ;.rmined He'wasn't to make successful him- ery direct to the user, which mews,
boll writes DFran. passage.
doctor to euro an ugly -
Judge first judicial circuit J.'- Bmfastt' "" kei of fetroud Okla. 1 said, put Buoklen'a at this, however. The stowaway ". ....t"' to our cnstem.ra..

/, Wolfe, 1'ensacola. Aral Salve on it; she did ao, and it, cured simply couldn't see any sort of work. a sauna _. "' ,- ;r.- __6 ..
:'I State Solicitor ttrst Judicial. circuit-J the boil in a short time. Bulckeat healer Short of personal violence he couldn'tbe Large Stock- ;

I Walter Kehoe.. > of burns, welds, cuts,corns,sprfns, bruis- made to button. his collar. ; Pricesv'I
-"-, _, swelling. Best Pile cure on earth. Try "By thunder, Whitney said one day Send for Catalog and

"' U. S.'LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS.. it; only 28o at S. E. McGeachya. "I've a notion to leave you here at 111II' 4
Etah." The stowaway seemed. mourn .
_, H. 8.Chubb, Register, Gainesville, Fla. ful.

Shields Warren, Receiver<
'R Sprang ideas some people have said emphatically, "you haven't made SAY!

WASHINGTON COUNTY OFFICERS. about postage," said the clerk who me. so welcome board your jiggered
opens the mall. "Yes.: See: this letter old yacht that; i want to; stay, am '
Clerk-W. C. Lockey, Vernon., I
Circuit herewith three one-cent stamps on il what could I do'up here?" lIe swept KESTAURANT. .
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Judge-I. Hutchison.\ernoi. ;
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County Sheriff G.; Allen, ChIpley. and stamped 1 cent due That's a r his hand around at the Eskimo huts We will send the Banner free for ..
The writer of that let half roof and the rest ,hole in the. ,
,. 1'reB.llurer-B. B. Tiller Vernon. can ter thought In. point.that perhaps it weighed a '. ground. ,the term of this school to I II Also dealers, in Staple
Tax Assessor-J.J. Williams, Chlplej II I
little more than "What Is business, anyhow
little over an ounce, a your
Tax Collector-W.B. Galn r. Uconnni: I and Fancy Groceries.
would for 2 cents, and so he put on Whitney asked curiously.
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Public Instruction-B. F Galnei, To White TeacherIn
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a: little more postage-1 'cent morewiiloh "I," safe the stowaway! "am a second ; Confectioneries Smok.
Wauftao, thought would cover It,when story worker.-Cincinnati Times
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Supervisor, Econfina.of Reglatratlon-J. the fact Is that it required an additional Star. Washington CountyWho ers Goods Fruits. Vegetables. r
two cent stamp. Of course you
D. Carmichael IChlple.y. ,
County flollclt.orA. know that letter postage is not fractional Fish and Oysters.
If troubled with indigestion, constipation .
: but that It goes in multiples no appetite or feel bllllous, give Chamber- will send us the news of
County Surveyor-Thos. Collins, Cary two. If a letter weighs ever so little laIi'st Htomocb and Liver Tablets a trial Stock new and prices, a

yule, Fla.County. over an ounce it requires an additionaltwo and you will be pleased with the resultThese their community each week, or
Commissioners:' cent stamp. But not' everybody tablets Invigorate the stomach'andliver little cheaper. We want ,
two weeks at.least.Correspondents .
J. M. Simmons,Chairman, Vernop' seems- to know this, and so we sometimes and strengthen the digestion. Sold every "
S. W. Bush Chipley. get letters like this one with a by City Drug Store and 8. -M.cGeachy.: write your trade. Give our ---.
B. F..Evans Vernon., little more postage for a little more may on '

..., J. H. Porter Mlllrllle. weight".....New York Son.Fore any subject of general interest. restaurant a trial. Service :l 1

J. T. Hlghtower, Vernon. A Strange Situation. first class. Locatedin '1
w School Board: of the Imagination.. "Humor Is a very funny thing," said Our is that
only request they refrain -
G. B. Bush,Chairman,Orange till); There U a story of a man who was Blnks. Tharp building. Phone

S. J. Gainer St: Andrew.W. tied up la a dark room and Informed "If ought 'to lie:," >"said the philoso- from using* the name of
F. Rasa, Vernon. that he was to be put to death by' pher. any No.- 8. ,
bleeding, His tormentors made a "Oh, I don't mein that way" said in
mall Incision in his neck and arranged Blnks.! "?I mean. that .Jt is, a strange person a way calculated to give Chipley Fla
OFFICIALS. ,
CHIPLEY CITY of lukewarm water to Now can't French butI I
for a stream thing. ,_I; speak offense.
Ma10r-.U. H. Wells. trickle, down his back for fifteen minute can always understand a French ...

Marshal-H. M.: FarrIor, *. At the end of fifteen minutesthe joke.. and I can speak English, but
Clerk and TreIl.80rer-W. W. Cook. man died of exhaustion. He had I'm blest if I can see an English Joke.- Let HearFrom R. F. SCARLETT .
chairman,, us ,
I Council-A. D. Carmichael not lost a drop of, blood, but he thought "Most people are," said the philosopher .
C. B.Dunn J. R.McGeachy, C. E. Than he bad. Such is the power of suggestion. I Notary Public.

W. O. Butler Jr. .-London Saturday Review. "Are what?" said Binks. .

] "Blest if they can Bee an English You.
-- Real Estate Handled..
Joke,"" said the philosopher. "It la a r
A few minutes delay in treating .ome '
of croup, even the length of time ,11 sign'of an unusually keen, vision."- Collections.a specialty. "
oases
The Banner takes to(O for a doctor often proves' dun' Harper1* Weekly. We want the News '
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gfrous. The safest war Is to keep Cham Office in Pint National haL
berlain's Cough; Kerned In the house, and Nelson es a CourtleV.

.i the flr>t'Indication of croup give tee child Nelson was the hero of England, ,,':
even in his own time, but not apparently
take and always cure.
Fla. a dose. Pleasant to ,
Chipley of the.. Samuel Rogers ,;'
court.
Bold by City Drug Store and S. E. Mc04!.."- -
ehy. recounts a conversation with him Here's, a Good fora '
of which appears bx the life of the, poet Slogan '. ,
Upbuilding
Stands for the ,by It. Ellis Roberts. "I heard him ,

An Optimist."Pa once during dinner says Rogers, "ut '
Chipley, what is an optimist?" ter. ,many bitter, compJaln (which Bigger' and Better Business.

"An optimist my son is a man with Lady Hamilton, vainly. ,attempted to
WashIngton County H cent. In. his pocket who doesn't check) of the way he had been treatedat ...10..11..1..11...

grow, sarcastic when he reads that his. court that .forenoon-thequeen had \
country's per capita wealth Is 37. not condescended to take the'slightest! DON'T BLOCK THE WAY!
And Florida Birmingham Age-Herald. notice ofhlin.: In truth, Nelson was .
hated at court; .they were Jealous of J ,
t him. But then it must be' remembered : Move a.'fast as the-proceasion-or' out.. Take.. the

{ Subscription, $1 Par Year. washed Werth Willie's Trying."I pants t'udder day that Rogers was renowned a. a pace of the company you. are 'in or make-way' firs the man
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and dejr shrunk so dat de po'':.chile kin i particularly. "" ill natured gossip. behind. '

f. ha'dly walk in 'nm Won'er how, I I, t '
of paIL fix 1LJD 1" -
Specialty "i BTUnflD YEARS 4
We make a 'TrY wasoin' de chile. Maybe; he -FOR W Don't stand in. the way of new ideas. Don't'pauae in the' :,7

shrink too." by a cure-defying stomach trouble that bat. '
Neat, fled doctors.,and resisted all remedies he path of better system. Don't settle' down on. the ladder;, ot, .

Artistic A Spelled Evening. trIed Sob a W. MOddlers of Moddlersvllle, success. Don't be a barnacle on the ship of progress- 5
,,' 1 "Did. she have a, good time, at the' Mich seemed doomed. lIe had to sell his -. A
Printing dance 1""Not farm and give up work; his neighbors said,
Commercial I very You see nobody raised be can't live much longer, Whatever I ate Change means progress. Progress me-an.advancement*

any fuss because her partner took more llstresoecl me..he"wrote, till 1 tried JCleetrleBitters
than' five dance with, her."-Detroit /which worked suob wonderTlor me .
Advancement .
Free,Pray that 1 can now eat thtntrs-1. could not take means movement. Moved
The Banner for yeas s, Its surely a grand remedy forRtomoch

y A.friend that have buy won't trouble. .JU8t'ft8 good' for the llvBr .. DON'T'' BLOCK:: THE NAY! .
be worth what yea pay for him no and kidneys.- Every bottle' guaranteed.Unly ,
Ra.. natter what that may be.-Prentice. 60o at 8. B McO b1.11
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; Attractive Title No Reason For It. xxxxx ;

; rW1at.ToDo) Thdifficulty> ofuItt l a foreign language --

y "oi" I was amusingly Illustrated when When Chiplev Citizens Show the
a certain mission started work In China -

1 i t. Sickly Children They were In some perplexity Certain Way Out.
says Rev. Lord Gascoyne-Cecil la d
1 There caq be no just reason why V
.. 1 Letters from Mothers "C ftng1ng China," as to the title they any reader of this will continue to auf.
: should choose for their society. They
',' fer the tortures of an aching back, the
1 'I wish I could induce every wanted t* convey to the Chinese that
mother who has delicate annoyance ot urinary disorders, the
i' a sickly their denomination claimed especially
oS*, child,to try your delicious Cod'Liver to feed the souls of men. They ex dangers of diabetes pr any kidney Ills

t ,K and Iron Tonic VINOL It xer plained all this to an educated China when relief i I. so near at hanD and the .PRINTIN; .

;; stored our little daughter to health man and quoted well known texts, most positive proof given: that they can .

and strength after everything else He Immediately wrote down two char' be cured. Read what a Cblpley citi- "" .

; acters and assured them that they rep : .. ., .
F, ,!; 1\ ad-failed.-MRS., C. W. STUMP, win stays ,
) the \;
-' i' Canton, Ohio. resented what they had said about i Mm. Lamb Richards, Second street, ',, '". '
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food that provided and .' '., ,
,F'r, J f Mrs. F. P. Skonnard, of MinnsS spiritual would also be very they popular with the L Chipley, Fla., says: "I was in poor \\J' .. -
S .Minn. writes .' h ealtn for some time and did not know .
7i *polis- 1 want to.recommend -
,l, _( : "Chinese, as Indeed It proved. The Creates a good impression '
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ifI : r. ,: VINOL moth. "'the1 door of the what caused It. There was a constant .. ,,
. : every moment they opened r :.,' : .,J ::: '
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'-'er-who has weak child. hundreds painJn the small of back was ner- ., : ,
" r-' a ,or sickly ,chapel they were besieged by my ,.., among your': cor-; ':' 01" J ::
2 If".. ."; I "My: !?little boy was, sickly, pale, and of Chinese of the poorer class, vous and often had headaches. I rest.. '. .. ". '. ./.. .
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' '; : --i\" .. had no appetite for two years. I who. after listening'' for a short time ed poorly and arose In the morning .. ,,,:.:" respondents and helps'''.:. ,: / 'V' -' -
f. I., : : '",tried different medicines and dod'tors4iritllout went away discontentedly. The missionaries unrcfreshcd. I heard so much about t V .

\.'; II .', ..' t" !>benefit, but thanks to found out afterward that the Doan>!!.Kidney Pills that I Anally decided .. to. ,give your'business'. :... "l' .::' :': : .' : .
them literally translated, .
to
+ title given '
j; 'VINOL, he is, a well and healthy toglve them a trial and procured -
t giving free restaurant"- .. ..
,(1, Was "bealt ..
(;" Jboy to-day.'" a box at McGeacby's drug store. I ,.. prestige.
most attractive title to the hungryChinesef .
a
-;\ i C. Allen, of New Bedford, Mass., now know that all my suffering was : .....

I : .:wntes"Mytwo punychildrengained due to disordered kidneys, as this -, .

1': .. ..rapidly! flesh and strength in a very Thought For .. remedy gave me prompt relief: after all .r. ,4 : .. .. : ,VV ', .'., ',.,t-, ,' 4..;(. .
.4 short time afte? taking'VINOL." "You should endeavor' to do something others bad failed," .

h I -*W 'positively know VINOL will for the' comfort of your.fellow For sale by all dealers.! Price 50 We4' Do "Neat-Printing i. f fAt : : .
J said the philanthropist "without : ,
,"r \ s build up little ones.and make them men, '* cents Foster-Mllburn Co., :Buffalo, : ;
thought of reward. "I do. I buy umbrellas -1 _
c ,1. healthy, strong and robust. Try New York, sole agents for the United ;' .
them.-
Instead of borrowing
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Lone bottle; and if you, are not satiawe States. Reasonable. Prices; ; .
f Exchange.. :
''*.*..-... *> : 'will return your money. Remember the 'nameDoan.andtake ',," .. '" .. ,:;-- ,,?>",'.: .

;S.E..McGeachy. Druggist Her Preference. no'other.A ; : ,.
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Miss Smith-Now, Madge, tell 'me, ',- '''' .. .. ,
Chipley, Fla. which would rather be-pretty or : ,: '
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L.F. : : .-: Lifeon m Battleship. rather be pretty, .Miss Smith, ; I can Hailed as "the master of feminism," Give' us your. next'. order. ,' ,' ,-: >- : :, '

1/ ''' 'c'To! the' landlubber one ot the peculiar easily be good whenever I like to try.- Marcel Provost endeavors to make A .,. : : :

I) and ofttlnws discomforting? ele- Punch. good his right to the title by the following and. we 'wilttlhe you perfect .:' :,,(.' -
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meats of life.on a warship during tar bit of philosophy: "Is a wom- ". "" !A., .

\ get practice Is the necessity for numerous An iiltack of t) rip Is often fallowed( by a an's hat meant to cover her head Is .. 'satisfaction, thus .' ;" '. .' );. <.

i." baths. After each volley all persistent cough, which to many proves a a woman's sunshade meant id shade .' : .!.' .

:.:... ./ the 'jneu ou"'deck must ,take a bath. great: aiinyanca.. Chamberlain's Cough rem. her from the sun? Are a woman's : .......making you ope of our a
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Sometimes there are four or five baths edy has been extensively used and with shoes made for walking or her beJeweled ''I / '
: a day. This becomes quite monoto toad sucrsees for the relief and cure of) this watch meant to tell her the regular' customers.

nous. The Japanese Inaugurated this I cough Many cases hays been cured after time' Why, then should a wo "'" .
practice. A bath Is. taken before and all other.recedles bad-failed. Sold by City letter be meant to convey ttBr'real '". ,

after shooting to guard' against pos- Drug Store and S. E. McGeachy.r.XtWte'iiclierhad : thoughts?" Exchang '
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I cute from the flying powder. When '". ." """ ,,;J"" ", ....".: """, ,; The Heirloom. :: < '? /
*, the' biff off the landsman on : G' nerlt.ltj.-. :
guns go _'P'.o.f..of'fi1.':!! "Art heirloom," explained the farm. "r :
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d Jt. '* thrown Into consternation. A a class. -English ;THEI. ,
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*>< : er's wife to her thirteen-year-0ld boy, .,. ,,
L "horrible. sickening wrench mn -e" literature''b toze': ,",r. ''',T/i e'\;subject for that' handed '_ '/'.., (,":
"is l something has been
: ** ,teach: << limb separately the IIIlY'WRS "Elegy.: ". ..She had e ?
; I !tt'1; Gray's
..; .. down from father to son and In.some .
r -. grasped and pulled In various directions asked the' due to bring in questionson Instances highly prized" 'c UIP-LEY f ft::7 :

',' and It Is a long time until he the life,of;'Gray. These: questionswere "I'd prize these heirlooms I'm wearing BANNER ;.A'

\ ': gets his sea legs" again. Life aboard to be' deposited In"''B' box which ," remarked the youngster "a good ,, .
ship Is not the ordeal that rumor bilK was to be opened before the class and In '. .
deal more' If they. wasn't so long
characterized It., The hardtack legend each question read aloud. If no one the legs.Everybody's. '

U erroneous The sailors are well fed could ,answer It the one who contrib
i with the: best Viands'' procurable, 'and uted It was to be called on'for the an Chipley, Fla.

'"| their... bread,: far from being hardtack, 'swer. REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHEI AND CHILD. .
*u as,good as that which Is served In The first slip drawn 'out, contained MaL WINSI.OW. SOOTHixo STOOP has been b -,-
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any high class, hotel or restaurant. this: UMd for over SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS of
.. ,of 'good' fellowship MOTHERS for their CHILDREN WHILE i X* ;;*
There la;a spirit "Give a proof of Gray's generosity. TBKTHINO with PERFECT SUCCESS it <$
among the men below decks: Each The teacher thought' of what a recluse SOOTHES tL. CHILD, SOFTENS the GUMS.
ALLAYS all PAIN; CURBS WIND COLIC, ands
man has his separate duties definitely Gray had been and of how little the belt remedy for DIAKRHCBA.. It ie absolutely

",4'designated.ousies.-J., W.*and Aide there: In are Leslie's.no., petty'jeal- Interest, and, he she had wondered ever shown how In any his one fellows kind.Vlaslow's, Twenty-ATC htrmlei Soothing... cents Be Syrup sure a bottle."end tad..Uk.k for BO.other'MrL ........................... E

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could have received the Impressionthat I
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,4LyftitiALLS: :! !; VICTIM TO'TJIlEVI:8.!: he was generous. DO YOU KNOW9k
Every one looked blank, and no one CITY BARBER SHOP. e ,
has
8. WK Bends of Coal City, Ala. a JUBtlntble *9rXfe _
R-rierfcooe..' Two thieves .tole hishealth attemped ,to .answer. The &irl'who That now is the time to build that home or business house .

for 12 year. Tbey were a liver and wrote the question was called on for you have been considering? The present business depression
*kidney; trouble: Then bit! King's Mew Life her "proof." and this la what she said, ISo Waiting. has-reduced the price of lumber and building;materials labor e

rills throttled them He' well now Unrivaled "lie gave to misery all he had-a"te ir." 3 :, is cheap and plentiful and you can build now for'25 to SO( per ..
Barbers
for oonktlpation, malaria, headache -National Monthly.A 3 cent less than in V e

t f dyepelwial. ./25c,at 8lrK SIoGeachy. Day Off, Everything Up-lo-Now. JUNE, 1907, OR JUNE, 1908. .

-- Sunday School T'acher-ilil your pa a ,$
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'''t.: ..; 'f I. Christian Bobby?, Little Bobby-No'm) ,Shave, .. :... ...... 15c. When you think of lumber orKbulldlnjr material, think of us ,
s. .,The Ruling Patsion. not today. He's got the :toothache.- Haircutting, .,.,.. 25c. and the fact that we have completed a modern uptadatemlJ1-' .
"'I*''It Is related'01-11 'certain German satyrant Browning's Magazine.A Shampoo, ....:.:%,;,. 25c. work mill, and,can fnrnUh everything made of wood used in .
to -show ,bow strong the ruling Massage,. ....r......, 2Sc. building! from sills to comb, and that we can V :
passion Is In'' "death, that as he 'was state Is never ,greater than when, Hair Singe,., :....... 25c. .

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which language he was deeply learned In th" service of the public.-Hume. We Solicit Your Patronage. Sash -" Moulding Framing Bank "".. 0VVV

"Je meurs" (I die). Pretty.soon he Very Respectfully Doors Casings Flooring Drug. .

opened his eyes before passing away tmsible Blinds Base Ceiling Store .. .
and ;ad ed: ."May kann auch,sagen, While'it Is often prevent an W. D. Peters, Propr. Frames Finish- Siding Fixtures.Estimates I ,:; ,
Je mejnjeunii" (One can .also.In French .accident, It Is never Impossible to be pre V s : .
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use the reflexive form of the verb "todleOMHfculast >ared-It Is Dot beyond Any -one's purse : cheerfully furnished Freight paid to pour station .

,.. :: !! flicker! of Interest wasp .nvest 25o In a.ooltle of Chamberlain's Moment D. CARMICHAEL. if desired : r' 1

| ib.yord! ( '.mor itban In the fact ofdeath. ,and vou>are prepared{ :or sprains., A :'
T bruises end tikeInJurle8", ) Bold by City Attorney at Law : MARIANNA MANUFACTURING\ ., ,::

Dinar Store and 8. K MoGeucby.Whch'Ce.rlyle7" y.. .Collections a Specialty. .
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.Disraell's I". Humor.I Chipley; Fin MA.RIA1N1NA, IFLA :'," ; !, r*. 4
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Introduced by particular request 4 .
was :? LONG DISTANCE!! PHOIKB B 3. : .
to)IN. Wyndbam Lewla, a pretty There la nothing to' mark the Arch ', ,. S.

Indeed little, gifted woman;,with a flirt a;and.volubility a rattle-I House'where-Carlyle; was born,, la\ thecottlsh We promptly obtain U. 8. and ForeignPATENTS ............ ..............

vilfoge( of Sfeclefechan,, from
should think unequaled and,, of which -- -, ..-.,'
lowly time line the
the other dwellings
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'".'!'"'lh"J1&I can :convey'no 4'"sl1en melancholy1 Idea. She men.told"me I village- street.'and a-native.guide will The New York World DR, R. E. TILLER.::: ,

,;; answered..that I had no doubt, of It- be needed if the pilgrim desires to 'Thrlce-a-weck Eedltion.to DENTAL SURGEON *
find his"way to c'arlSTe's'gr v ;f hence 8eadmadela.ntehoe photo. cfiLTtntlontoc .... ,
of Disraeli to His Sis
Letter Benjamin free oa ,. for free bookpposlte
report patenlaMHtT. t"om"The
the of th f':great writer's brother
II ter. story : :re HADE-MAR 1nf: Thrlce-a week World hopes 'to,:be Chipley. Florida ,,::,
p t j ) : : =I-,Hi-.I'* James, .who' was )met ,one day id the D .
I band of Americans, Ignorant In 1008 & better paper than It has ever
village by a Office over First Nat'l Bank.
Accomplished., made Its_ ,.
of his Identity, they asked him been before, and It has arrange .
Blobbs-I never knew. ch a liar as ments accordi naly. Its news servico coy
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whereabouts of 'Carlyle's A
Longbowj!T}Slobbs T-:Yes/,that' fellow the grave. entire ,and It reports' every
'Wbtch' .Cariy'le?' "Oh", the great-Car- era the globe 9 O.'tcRA{ B";, ;.
eould actually eat an onion and lie out ptly.and accurately. It < ,
fully \
thing prom
Thomas Carlyle. With unmoved
',. lyle, ) U. S. Patent Office
of Philadelphia_ Record : face be gave the information 'aaked lithe only paper not, a dally;which Is as Attorney at Law.. VV :::.:
WASHINGTON D. C. ".
.. outburstof Rood as a datlyi .and which will$ keep Ton V ..
r.ris and vcos.re warded with a,fine IUti. '
: By Co" of whit is happening 7-nrncs er' fist ...l Bail.Cmul t,
come as comJletelJ'.lnfo"me ..
hero worship. "We have all .
In this '
Things go by' contraries .
? throughout the world. ; ; .
world. People who have nothing to the way from, America said the BO YEARS attention (inn tit matters entrustto
its
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week World Is fair In
The Thrlce-a .
of the pilgrims, "to' lay EXPERIENCE CoUactlot made. ''- "
r' < Rec spokesman v care. -; ;
.. tal1dng.l..Chlcngo
are-'always
the truth
political reports. Yon can get
this wreath on our great teacher'sgrave. 'AtrMitlorraeponalbla: time.and Bre-Uwted in.snranca '
ord-Herald.?. ...__ __ L_, ." "Hal'' rejoined James, still from lts.columns, whether yon ale a Republican con..-.... '.iyu" ',,
or Democrat, fcnd. thas':Is what .
unmoved. "It's. a harmless occupation 1 '
gey 1 ...
: LICK SAVED AT DKA.TJl'8 IXXJK. want.. '. <-;-
r' All of which and especiallythat you '
y'"t never felt nearer my grave" writes WIt "Which Carlyle?" goes to show A speolal' feature of the Thrlce-a-weck .CURTIS L. JO NES'V": : .
.Patterson Wellington Tex. as when a who World has always been:.Its serial fiction '
how vain Is the search of the man Thane MAftKaDIESIGNa ., :: ,:;.: ,
[ frightful cough and lung trouble pulled me visits Ecclefechan on ,the lookout for publishes novels by the best authors In '
": down 'to,100' pounds, in spite of doctor'streatment worshipers of Carlyle.-Argonaut. .'" COPYftlGHTa Ac. the world. Jlovell'whICl1ln'"book form sell Notary Public State at Larg > h.i.",'

: for two years My lather mother qntoklr Anyone. aMMrUIn sanding-our.k.lnb oHmon and fr dMcrtntlmi*.wbM.b..r nay aa for $1.50 apiece, and its high standard In "': 'f' :'..:-
.... and two sisters died of consumption, and n Inv.nttnn !.prohd.uLt..atntal HANOCOOIC W t" Comomnloa-PatmAa, this respect!will be maintained the f lit* All business entrusted- ;, toy ,
on \ ,
| tbat I am alive today Is due solely to Ur.Elagsl : .)O you know that croup be prevented .tIre..OI.l' amar, fornwmrinipatanla.Pat ure as in the past. .,.-' 1'' prompt:
... '.. 'my carewill have
iiu u. tbrouah Mann A 1:0.:: Iea
lew Discovery which completely r Give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as ....,w......., wlttioo. *.b......In toe The Tbrlce..weekWorld's 'regnUr! my ;
!Jt cured me; Now I weigh 184 pounds and soon as the child \becomes hoarse ors\ even ScicwWk Mm rkaae subscription price Is only ff.oo per 'year attention., Fees reasonably
r a veil Add strong for years Quick after the croupy rough appeal and Ii. will and.this pays for 196 'papers. We offer V r.p"'*V 'VS
i 11&1: ,. lour ,1tt the best remedy on earth for prevent the attack. It is also a certain\ .A oh handaom.jy>ilon at any fltartral Mtontiaajkrarnal.
,' ,,, ,J coughs,ccitla, grip, uthma,' r<>u p' and all cure lor ortup and has ''neyer-beeo known to t four' :, lI \ e.wMeal.n. together for one year 'for $1.05. The I J.: '... .oJ!" _, r' ,' :/!,

J ;v't* w*teMl lo flg trouble.;. 60o & t1.,. ;Trial .fall,' told by City Drug Store' and 8. K.JloOeacby. IDaCQ 3818P01111w11", New Y rk rel subscription'price of the two papars : Florida'f ;

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will celebrate Mardi Graa this .; .
year on scale never previously Attempted..and her: 4 2 l( 30' +

MAGNIFICENT STREET PAGEANT will surpass anything -1\ e I .
'Wu 'ever seen on the Gujf Const. Visitors will also see Forts Ptckeu.McRea 24

mad Barrancas, with their great Guns and Garrisons of Artillery ,

guarding: the. entrance of Pensacola Harbor; the U. S. Navy, -
Yard.with U. War Vessel*;,if* Marine Corps and Wirelasa Station&.UM

House, the Ufo Saying Station, the Ocean: Steamers the Great Wharves 5
>_& the Mighty World Commerce ot a Deep Wafer Seaport. n

I A1 __.. ,. ... __. ... ... ., ..
First Class Hotel Accommodations'This H.w .t' ws .h. _... .__' ..... _...
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.e $

ancient city of Spanish!! Legend and r'omance.whi has + Just a word Farmers and Fence Builders
its five different times in ita history acknowledged allegience / : : :
to the Flags of five different Nations, to meet King '
Priscus.F b. 2621You..'Vrill have the TIME o f your life. 'e 0
Having made deal for Ten Car Loads
Your Railroad Agent will tell you about the Chef : e'

Round.Trlp Excursion Rates From Your .': of the Best' American '
City which wiU boon sale Feb. 21. <, : Steel Wire Fence weS :


are:' in, position: ; to make you better prices e _
NDHIDSHIGHEST 1 NOTICE FOP PUBLICATION, .
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Department of the Interior.U than ever, before. :
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MARKET PRICE PAID b ,8. Land' Office at Gainesville, Fla; %
FOR RAW FUpS AND HIDES k January 7. 1911, $
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9 Wool on CommlHloo. Writ*f 01,,'price9fiUonto'gM Notice I Ie hereby ftlven that; WalterM.;; B'e.sure you see us before buying wire
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ne t.d; t .Hutchison, of Econflna Florida. who, on
December 28th, 1008 made homestead :
iLttTr Oft Established 1837 Entry Serial No: t)O'r,3. for SW>*.Section : ,elsewhere: It means money save :
& LOU VILLE.KYf 10 'Township north Range: 13 west
baa ot
Tallahassee Meridian filed notice '
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Intention to make final Commutationproof .
... to establish claim to the land above .
-' '-,--'''' --"- I
0. : described. before the Clerk of the Circuit I Hdw. Co.
Court at Vernon Florida, on the.16th day Chipley
jaf Jfobruary: 1911.
"- ., It L ::;Sat names as wltnesgas: Henry e

;4 at Printing ;"r -* 'T/Kconflca.I :".'WaUlnffham' .)..._.1.....,_and, ""A Homer J. ,W, Johns Haddock, T, W.VUU11B of. .........................Q
P UL "'''''''''
'U'IiPY.:; ; s. CHUBB" '
;, I+!{ Creates: a gopd impression : Ed foe paid. Register.

among your correspondentsand ,NOTICE rOR PUBLICATION. The, Fir .t !INatipnal; Bank,
Department of the Interior, '
U. S..Land.Office at Gainesville. Fla.. OF, P.ENS.xCOJ, :. F.L1t, .
helps 'to give ''your'' bus- January 7,1911. ,
"; .. '. .' Notice Is hereby Riven that John-Hess, I De.lgnated 'Depositary.tbe United State, ..... :
*l* :t > of Fountain! Fla., who, on July 21, 1904. j ,?'.. .
mess, prestige. .. made Homestead Entry No. 84617, (SerialNo. I "
02752)forNWj4Sectioo26Township: Olde t and Largest Bank Iii'We.t Florida. :J.:::,;'f
2 north Range 12 west, Tallahassee Meridian ona-ANtZeD:: : :TVt.Y:: so.aeeo.: : >' ,;,.1\1.: \ J '.
0 do N eat Printing, L ,hall filed notice of Intention ,,,, ..,,' ""
1'l '
make final live year proof, to establish Half Million Dollars.
Capital
land -1'
claim, to the above described before v, .
Reasonable Prices. the Clerk of the Circuit Court at Vernon, ... Surplus and, Undivided, Profit, 4 OOOOO. '
It'lorlda.on.tbe16th. day of February, 1911.

'BanerJ: : 0 b' 'Office. McFadden Claimant! names Hampton as McClary.witnesses:Gaston Nero Interest Paid in Savings Department at, Rate of 4 fZr' cent per,Annum., '

: .. _. _. ... McFadden, Ed Davis, all of Fountain, '
.'*"**"? ..J.> k" ''tl.-rte. ,. -_ H. .. _;'. riJ ip.-*,:J,,<_i>'- yr -/fc.. "'" !
. . . Fla. BXIIBT a.:! CHUBB., THe .First: National Bank I
Ed fee paid. Register. Of PBNSACOL.A. ''

T "* W. K. HVBR J..President. W.S. KBV&BR;'r Vlc -P...'..
f$ hoot'!; Homed 5 \ ,: { :.,' 5 'Notice 'of ElCtto. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. W.J.'FOIBBH, Cashier. Taos. W BmiNT, A..t.Cashier. W. N. ROBBHTS, A_ COBbler
Interior Dlftetori:-F..C.Brent. W. A.Blount. W.S.'Keyset. ,Wm. K.-Knowl_- W, K. llyer. J
of the ,
..rC''rver At a meeting of the Board 'of Public Department W.'J.:: ForbM. Knowles: Hrer. Thos. W. Brent. -' '
1. : School teach you by U. S. Land office at Gainesville,Jla.
Instruction held February 6th, 1911, IT January 21.1911.\ ,
mail theArtof. Phonography.I' was ordered that an election be held at Notice Is hereby given that Nora B.
youatefc ecking a profession' that Duncan School House on Tuesday, the Mash burn of Bennett Florida, who, on Nigh Class Saw Mill '
Machinery
Is not v'tr; C awded and one that js re- 21st,day "of March, A. D. 1911, for theImrDos60t July 10, 1909, made Homestead Entry, Serial # -
determining whether or'.not
No. 06S23. for HK of SE 1
mUDer3t: Respectable: and pleasant. Duncan special school tax. district. No. 11, and EU of :Nlst Section 12, Township 1 We carry at our new warehouse,
you are tIled/ to take up photogra- shalr be continued I fouth,'Ranse 13 west. Tallahassee Merl... 408 and 412 East Day St., a' large,
i A petition was presented to the tlchooll: dian has tiled notice of Intention to make Portable and
stock of Stationary
1phyJ.i e; Carver School .teach. Board and was published for four successive final Commutation proof, to establish ,
v... you. .' I. weeks. In the Chipley Banner In ac. claim to tbe land above described..,.before Engines; Locomotive and Horizontal .
an amateur, ; : : cofdance with Sectlun'4o1: of the School the Clerk of the Circuit; Court at vernon, Return. Flue Boilers; Saw-Mills,
If you,a r photographerand Laws of Florida! providing that all see' Florida, on the 1st day of March, 1911.
L wishgfmake better pictures at a. clal tax school districts be disestablished 'Claimant names as witnesses: J. M. f I i Planers Edgera Saws, Belting
lower pus prop Every quail(led voter within the bounds .U. T, Croom, all of Bennett, Florida.
fes9ion Let the Carver School ac}1\ fit said district has a right to vote for .a 'US.BY H. CHUBB aaw-tiitll repairs. Walso handle the
I' continuance of said'special tax school I Ed fee paid. Beglster. celebrated line of Hustler Saw Mills
you i district or. against U. i ?
If youtarea professional: and wish I The following uersons wore appointed I I and Erie Engines and, opera. This makes the beat'Saw Mill, outfit on .earth.
to produceJAvork that will l>e a pleas: managers and elertTof said election' viz: NOTICE FOR ?UDLICAT oN. Get our prices before buying..We: can save,you money. A postal will bringour
'C I customers and a, credit John,V. Wilson. Samuel:: W. Jones and Department of the 1 nterlor, Traveler., Write .I1l1.ustrated'cataI0R' covering your requirements.
and
ur ,toyou i H. E. Golden. Ins Pet tors, Uenry p. U.'S.:! Land Office at Ualnoavllle Fla.February .
y to your;;Let; the Carver School teach i Bowen, Cleric, G. B. liusu,.: 4. 1911. Mah by ,Nlachlinery ,Co.
.1 Notice Is that Martha J '
hereby given
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you P? ..l ..Attest: ,;* H v tf K Chairman. Crawford of Chloley, Florida. who, on 408 .Q 412 B. .Hay St. Jacksonville. Florldft
t \: a Yet Scltotil t dL$ cttral Pportograpy U. I'! IAINEIt '
July 11,1$M made Homestead Entry No.; L naDI.tarue Te1ePhc'.ne No. &74.
'k .twenty'teeniplete'prat" -I ii' ,;. Sc:)?5fty..apd C'S.P! t. 34573.(Serial No. 0 724) for NEtf Section
13. 3 north Range 13 west,Tallahassee
'. tlca s rpensive, ; oursespcovern$* ,.....,.>t.... ."'" '{I" 1 '.,', ': Township Meridian.: has filed notice of In. ONt1, tl W .. M M'M M tM.M MhOM W M t11 M t1 W R 'd'ttl'-
al1.-.m g le. P* ,J.hotogT.aphiij..work,_ '.- .'Progressive-Arttoila.. .- tention" make final Commutation proofto
establish claim to the land above described
information it is
:Wf\t free* ;tCeayoqtindersf9 or.fun ,Qbigationer \ .. ,;:"rA'rjtoua,. is" ..progressive..'. ",She Fla.before. ,on tbe the 16th County day Judge of March, at 1911.Vernon They GrowCrops the !

ddessTh has-not allowed herself to be terrorized Claimant names as witnesses: J. M.
Hiyne. Henry Wachob; John Park, R,
/Larvor/ School off by the threats of the republican L, llarrell, all of Sexton Fla.HxrtnY .
.
S.:! CHUBB ,
K Prtyxitlcal. Photography. leaders. She bas gone Ed fee Register. Biggest .

t". Lock,..B'e....r'1'.-' .4' Waterloo, Iowa. along with her 'constitution.rriak- ,. .paid--J '

--_,'GL.-'. .. ing- with ape'singl te tp tfipr ownintereshnatSbe1ia3Adopted DR. R-E. TILLER. agricultural department at Washington has' just't
the published the results.of a long series of held tests and :.they

VVkoiSeedst initiative and" refrendum-the DENTAL. SURGEON, show plainly ,that animal ,ammoniates, such as Blook and

: ? most fundamentalof all reforms. Chipley. ,-' FloridaOffice Tankage,,made a larger increase in yield than any other.

4 makes it for her For instance, it was-found that Cotton Seed Meal, alone,
This I
possible over First-Nat'l Bank.'COOK& .
The .. '
lowed a gain per acre of $ jl.68 .
r t y ., peopl tocorrecj: '? arjy erroi8[ tgey. .. '
:farm ana Garden tt:1.: may' findv antj$ direct Theitv gov cRAB Tankage/alone, r i.4.00''

inment.Sbe'; 'fias'also adopted Cotton Seed meal and Potash gained, 7.02. I

; hayejan established reputation Attorney.; at Law. Tankage and Potash gaihed .. 14.29: '4
exteiwlin thirty being the recall, which makes |jt possible ;
planted over and used extensively years for heir.ttvturn out those! ofiB- AlrOffiu Plat Ns11.W ".k. CottonSeed' Meal, Acid PhOs. &"Pot gained '" 9.12j. : ,: -, i

by tn*best Fanners and Garden.* cial.who l \ l1'J:1"' : .their. 'constitu! Careful attantloa otroa aU matter* entrust Tankage, Acid Phosphate and Potash gained '17.80..

en.aiougLout the Middle and ents. She is kipping pace with to my care. Collection*made. ,AnQ.her..prpqf that animal I ,ammoniates are' BEST.1'
f .Soudlhem! States. Agent tor re.i+oij.ltile tin and flro-te.te<.J In r J'
the times. She has inserted otb- !luranoa! oomDanlea.A at+ata. starltl,..' .
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y $ 'Ne:i ; .for 191 q! 'f'lst er.good.p pvisiion! i s jo ...theconstitution \ :- '' Armour Fertilizers '

,Catalog' help you! i but above all and beyondall O'.CiRMIUBAEJf'' i
detennme "
she haVresferved Jd "c6ntrol and
,to :vat crops and seeds to plant Attorney at LAW. are animal matter goods. furnishing a steady
for(itccess and'profit.: Our pub-, can,raakejher! \ g9.vprnmept: what ...Collection Specialty !
licaAins have long been 'noted she wants'it to be and Can' coerce Ch1pIAx' naD"J. once' of plant food throughout the'' -ent re
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for.ikf full and complete ..inforLL -' her public servants in obedienceto I' growing, season. : ,

.. + man which they give., > hose'whom they serve.1L' ,. .tRft-ttlll+v-- '
: JONES.OilII'LEY *
Catalog' mailed free on* i .. I" i Y *
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.. [request.<< Write for, ,.it: (A. R. Wells, Sales" Agent." ," ;-.. 'v r' : .
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\ 't. IV SCARLETT '7ttorney-At-Law. ji- ..
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JW. WOOD & SONS.edsmen. ; FLA. -------- 'J' ,'. :''

,. Richmond..Va. Notary Public. ',-', Manufactured. By /:.:
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.=--ii- ". . .. ." r'Re ,f Estate H ndtedi 1t. ; .J (. A. G. McQua\ ge, Armour Fertilizer Works.. ,

t> Coleman Co.priSon"fPlantef theDistf .. have '
i 'tidy ibu; r k ipo)l lec.tiorj! a !specialty.Office -. ,Notary, Public, f JACKSONVILLE, FLA.' ",
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] Town Topics. IT IF all the skies were sunshine ':personal.W. l. II-
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Our faces be fain
would
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Were you ever tagged To feel once more.upon them B. Grossman. of Columbus. HIHTS TO FAR

.;, The cooling plash of rain. Ga. ;Mdnday.J. .
Saturday Feb. 25'j is ra Day. was! \n tpwn

I IF all the world were music :. K. Teal of Madison, was one
What is Tag*day? Read next '
Our hearts would often long
I
of the visitors here
Friday.
Now is the ti.me.that rise
week's Banner. For one sweet strain of silente ,. you

Tuesday was Valentine day. To break the endless song. ,E; N.Everitt' senior andjun- on your season's work.
j ior, were.in town Saturday. -
What did you get. IF life were always merry As you sell your cotton, era I!
Our souls would relief O. R. Smith was up trom Wau- -
It will pay you to advertise in crave I
And rest from laughter sau and spent a day or two last stock or other produce, P
.- the Banner. Try it. :: weary -
.In the quiet. arms of grief. week. ,".." your money on open account wi
The greatest game ever-to be r .
Unidentified. W. O. Daniel of Campbell ton, '
reliable bank.
played in Chipley, Feb. 25. a
.. soent,Sunday and Monday here

The most valuable asset of any According to the report made with his'.family.W Pay all your bills by chec<

man does not cost one. cent-po- by the Rev. David G. Downey, C. :Locke' ',of Vernon, was which.makes the best kind of

liteness. corresponding secretary to the circulating i ,. among friends here receipt, and'avoid the worry *n
Make if convenient to have lots Board of Sunday Schools of the Monday,'morning.Av. '
: .
of loose change in your "jeans"on M. E. church, there are 18,000- danger'attendiDe the carrying
'B.r Lassitter. of Panama
Tag Day.However 000 million children and youths : ., of large sums of money. a
City, cressing palms with
was
between the ages of five and eighteen -
things may seem, no I frVends here Friday. Our offices are always at th.;
evil thing is success and no good I years in the United States "
thing is failure. who do not attend Sunday school. (. T. A. Dekle and wife.was down 1 I disposal of our customers and '' '

from Campbellton and spent SunlajsXvitb ] '
The stump blasting demonstration country friends. ;
An itinerant bailini"trom'somewhere ,
preacher, \ homefolks.. J* ,
given Saturday after-
preached hereon
the'streets Monday morning noon on R. C. Home's lot' -in the XM7s. R. W. Bryan of Graceville

southern part of town, was witnessed is here this week on a visit to her
and evening. The First National Bi
r by a large crowd. The Bother, Mrs, W. A. Bryan.
Walter Harvey sas: My gro-
method of blasting stumps with
One of the welcome callers at
cery line is kept up to the top dynamite to get them out of the I the Banner office Saturday was .' OF CHIPLEY.No .
notch, and the price down to the
way, seems to be a perfect suc W. S. Whiddon' of R. F. D. 3.
.
bottom notch.Diversified
cess. If you want to try it on
crops is he slogan your own field, see Mr. Home E. Ballantine spen Saturday

now, and it is one that will give about___ __. the.__ dvnamite_ .__n__.__ to_. do it with.!I in town, shaking: hands with
Washington county a permanentseat \[friends and transacting busine / part of a store's service to Come to the new
There is no domestic animal
in the lap of prosperity.We that multiplies so rapidly as the Parish of V?rnon, was ,you is more valuable than its ad- and get our price on ;

short while Thursday he vertising. And it doesn't cost. pictures
.; and-enlarged
hear rumors of criminal hog, and none may be made more gfdi

prosecution in :Jackson 'county quickly into money and profit, if home from Pensa-. you.money' -it. saves... .. you money.

.. for'yote buying and vote sellingin skillfully managed. Three lit- Dunn-Coleman Co. will have $80.00 per month st

the recent primary election. ters a year are possible, and pigs W. L. Hill, one ,of the special another car of Page fence soon; I ry and expenses, to ni.

'. DeFuniak had another fire weighing from 50 to 125 pounds agents from the U..S. land officeat this makes four cars handled this to introduce our Pou

jMonday. The Brown House, in five<< to eight months from birth Gainesville,..was a :visitor here season. It is ,the first perfect dies. Don't answer n\\

1 ..' ,.... .one of the city's leading hotel's, Nowhere can bogs be grown Saturday. fence our farmers have had the mean business. Eurekl

was almost. completely destroyed cheaper and better than in .Florida Attorney J., Walter Kebeo of chance of buying, and they are Food Mfg. Co. (Incorj
and yet pork, bacon and hams Pensacola in St. Louis 111.
Sunday East
Rev. Baxter of Georgia, has spent town taking advantage of it. ,
are shipped into the State ,by car- and was warmly"greeted by bis
been called to the pastorate of .
loads from the Western. packing numerous friends.Mr. .
the Chipley and Bonifay Baptist houses. .

I churches for this associationalyear. Sims,of Red Level, Ala.,

Mr. Blount in thanking the came in Monday and has accept- Groceries that Please

people of his home county for a position as bookkeeper for !
Arrears of subscriptions will
received their magnificent support in the ,Campbell & Dekle'Co.E. ,..",p.
\ be at the Banner office
't' recent primary election, slums Good in Both:'
Everything
time-either ,M. Wilson insurance
any personally or a popular -
he has the right idea ot what is
.by-letter. If you are eligible, most desirable when he says: "I man of Jacksonville, visitedhis Staple and Fancy Line

: 'don't miss the opportunity.The father, Dr. F. C. Wilson, and "
desired the senatorship and hoped Best Quality. Best Price.
second and third family: here a day 'or two this :
gradesat for the evidence of your esteem V **
week. -
the public school gave a splen- but it I had been requiredto 1: :
Fresh Fruits and
.didly arranged program yester- choose between the two, I Rev. L. H. S. Chappelle, wife Vegetables.;

day afternoon.. Miss Horne and I would have preferred to'lose the and daughter, returned .from Constantly on Hand.

Miss Harding are doing splendid honor rather than fail of the es Bonifay Monday morning. Bro.

work with the little folks. teem. The one might have given Chappelle held his usual semi- 0..S..pwS.. w

State Superintendent of Public pleasure and glory; the other monthly services: there Sunday. :
brings the infinitely greater boon Customers are assured of gettins satisfactory
.-,' Instruction W; M. Holloway.lastweek The many friends of Miss Ja- f
made apportionment of the -happiness-a happiness' with nie.Callaway, who has been con- service when they buy from

interest of the State School Fund. which no other compares-the fined to her room several weeks

"Washington county's share, bas- respect and" affection of ones' with rheumatism, will be pleasedto W. W. HARVEY'
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ed on an attendance of 2,779, was own peope. know that she is able to be out
t
$1,056.00.Our again. ocooooeoeceeo..oaeoM'

job press has been busy Oysters 30c qt. at Schell's t

for the past two or three weeks It will not be long until the fish-
- turning out stationery and other
ing season will be on. ... -
printed matter. The people sure
know where they can get satis- We make specialty of enlarg-
T ing pictures at The Tourists -
isfactory job printing at reason- .,
able prices, and delivered at the Photo Tent, Chipley, Fla. .Farming. '
"
time wanted. Have faith, and put your 'money '
,
'- in Washington county property -. .
.. Next Wednesday is Washing

ton's birth day, and will be ob- now. It will pay you. .'. 'i..:..

', served.at the public school by a Our prices are right and _our 0'

-..; specially prepared program in pictures will please you. -Tour

which-all the grades will take ists Photo Tent, Chipley% Fla. Qp cr'ation.s. t

.part. The patrons of the school
Butter 30c lb. at Schell'sPolk
,
: and the pnblic generally is invited ... ",. .
.
o to be present. county proposes to adver- -, :'" "

Albert! Kelly son of R. E. Kelly tise and this In! equivalent to say- > :'.::..' .$:!$ae.EEEE: : : : _..

',. of Jackson'county, who is here ing Polk county proposes to fill '. :. ,,- '..: .. "
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up with immigrants.With .-
attending school, happened to the .
,
: Plows
misfortune to get his arm broken the new extract c'a"lls.\ : -FA' Plow Gear Hames, Traces Bolts, Clevises

near.bis shoulder Tuesday,after- MAPLEINE : .iUl and all other things of the kind. .

noon. It seem that he and an- you can.make Maple Syrup with

other boy was indulging in a .little trouble or, expense. 'You will find our stock complete. and prices right.

wrestle. Dr. Wilson was called At SCHELL'S f

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to attend him. Mirth is medicine that -
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a
every- "
f ii / Page .Steel Wire Fencing is of '
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';'" We saw this in a newspaper one can take and never owe a doc- one our specialties.

... the: other day: "Never go where tor's bill. Drink down the sun .,_ We have it in widths. See us, before buying. *
shine and the poisons of
worry
you are not invited. Ifa man -
wants you to go to his room, he won't harm you.Everybody ',' '

.- will invite you to do so;and if the says that Dunn-
.
'.merchant wants you to visit his Coleman Co.'are the first peopleto ,rDunnColexnan; Co.

.' store he should invite you' thru offer the farmers the best '
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\ the columns of' your newspaper. quality in hardware at the right : > A. G. McQUAGGE, General Manager

I It is wrong to intrudes, upon pri-' prices, and they are .entitled to I _, I .

vacy. Don't do it." your business* See them.








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