The Chipley banner
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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: March 23, 1911
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Washington County news (Chipley, Fla.)

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: Chlpley. Washington County Florida. March 23rd, 1911. N;. 3tSCAI I

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..: : FIRE .. From a Little Girl at Southport.Mr. I we,like them both very'much; we 18461911. slave.territory. Government

E"ditor.Southport. have a good many grades in the is not called upon to foster the .
In'the month of March, 1846,
school. I little girl .in the '"
am a extension of "peculiar institutions -
is located at the just sixty-five years ago, the
.INSURANCE.F. fourth grade. I enjoy going to ," whether they work slaves
mouth of Fanning's Bayou on United States bad mobilized its
school tor I want an education. or water stocks.
North Bay. The big mil at army on the border ot Mexico. ,.
I.hooe this letter will :find its' ..
B. CALLAWAY A ent.I The which ensued deliberately
Southport is cutting a great deal war was '
way to your newsy columns. 'We want to furnish _the paint
., of fine lumber and shipping it to I : waged to extend slave
':., am pleased to tell the people ofChlpler Yours truly, I for that new dress tor your house
Pensacola and territory--to protect the most
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,..J and vicinity, that I have purchased VERONA BLTTKFIKLD.INOXICE. Dunn-Coleman Co.-
tries. Much naval is be- privileged interest of that time-
the insurance business of Buell .. ..
.rCook. ing hauled in on the log trains" to Slavery. I Waggons and buggies; well l,
s I represent only the very best com- be shipped and sold. Fisbing Now the United States has; yes; and the best made, too; the
':panics-those time tried and fire test- season coming in and the fish The city. tax books are now again mobilized. its army on the pricelike everything else we sell'

ed. If you are not insured, I would be I ermen will get busy. Oystersare open." Your taxes are due.. border of Mexico. If it again the lowest. Dunn-Coleman Co.
glad to write a policy. .
The value of you insurance cannot be going out of season, but they WALTER COOK, invades Mexico. according
fat and' nice City Tax Collector. Secretary of War Dickinson, it
rated. Ask a man who owns a policy are yet; people go .. .. .. DR. T. G. YATES,
If he will sell Itl! The savings ot a I out and catch many thousands a will be solely- to protect foreign With TWENTY YEARS'

life-time may be wiped out in a few' day. We: have a lot of pleasure FOR SALB. r> property. This property is chiefly EXPERIENCE aa an .
.minutes. Not so, if you are insured. I' going in the launches from South- White, or Lion Velvet Beans; held by that privileged inter EYE SPECIALIST.

Therefore insurance I would with advise me. you. to port to St..Andrew on excursionsIt will yield three times as'many as est which is the present prototype WILL BE AT

place your is great pleasure to go to the the speckled bean. $1 per peck, .of the old slave holding) class Dr. Wilson's Office. ,

F. 6. gulf] and bathe in it while the $3.50 per bushel. Big Business. IN CHIPL.BV,
Callaway, G. A. From ELEVEN to SIX o'c .ck
breakers roll DANLEY. The United,States, has no more
'. Insurance Agent.Send We have a large school, at .. & business lending itself to ,the First Tuesday In Each Month.' _

Southport of which I am a pupil- HAT-$1 per 100 at the barn. guaranteeing of syndicate! concessions g-. ; Examination FBEE. _
I My Pensacola office -Is Room No 410JSIIJUDtUulldinlf
in your subscription. We have two. good teachers and ''I See Postmaster r P. Schell.. than to the extension of

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:C to become one. We can'sell you evenything you may need ,to -. '. -the kind y should insist oq having. Instead of, beinga
eat or wear. And we. will .be glad to' have you call! and let ns _'. a burdan it. is a delight for'the cook.to prepare the groceries we lilj i

", show you through our lines. O>*.a telephone order. will receive # : sell for the table. Any of our old customers' ,will tell you this ,

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\t/ When it comes to Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing or Notions '. We deliver,promptly all goods purchased ,at our store,, to < X

.; >' we are right here wtb.the. goods, and from our large and varied any part of town, tree of charge All'you have. do, Is,'to /callus ;

', :, \Ii' p stock,.can suit you. And one of our.hobbies is Shoes In this 'up through 'phone No. 19_,say what.you'.want, and 'we' l "do \iito.

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THE BAN1B l Ex-Governor Bldxbam J Dead. .,, \}" (!J 1Iit
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Entered at the* W.pMtoOic JONtm at Chlptoy.Editor.Fla...M fled its ot last earthly week tenement, and the Wednesday whole- AlLkinds 1 feed. stuftI'::.;. ; v"P i

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second cl.M mail mat.teI'. "I "'- ::- State mourns. But his passing ::: __.__,_ ';" ,
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Communications on live topics, especially 3Q years, For l' ,"' ;:" i s''
of local Interest are solicited. It ,' ;". i II' 'r/'S, .. -'r.,, ,
filled of the state ,
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of TUB BANNER will not be responsible and twice occupying the ># '.iS'r: ,'J" :it ', ",. ..' .
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1.-THURSDAY., .M.-.aa. .. .. ... ', I'$..>!>..HJ I 1.** 1'0 .*.Wf\USf\U! } I .,::.!', ;'.\,:: ",. For the Hogs' ,' "' ""'-ih....,.g.'tfOf.t:.. ';" t'f:: .\.; :;-::",i""" ,"' ,,.T "' ,:,'


Increase In State' Resources. Job 'O:Barfield'of Macom, was. t:', ." ON HANJ3's:r{ T), ,

in town Friday. I ,i". ALWAYS '.,. :,.. 'fi, '''' ,, .,'' The report of.State Comptroller ,; ," .. ."I.. ,' .",,i.l"'f. .,\ .. .'t. >
A. C. Croom, bas some very f A"; W. P'ayne i 'was'u >from Pine r- ', '. ( "

interesting figures to those who Log a few hours Saturday. : Get Our Prices. / };'L.. :,, .. ).
desire to keep with'tbe progress '
up Uncle Ransom Peel of Bradford : ', .! .1 ,' ;

of the State. was a: caller here Friday. ;,:, M

The increase in valuation of Sterling Taylor of Macom, was 1 w:<** : ; ; ;

property during the'past.1Oyeare a'btisineVcallerhefe'Saturdav.Dn Campbell & Dekle, : Ca a, .

has been wonderful. It has: risen ,. .. ',-
'. during thiS;, period from::! $96,-- Grace of Aycock" :was hereprdfesslonally ..
t Saturday after- "' ;
686,954 in 1900 to $$177723,981; in

1910. Railroad, mileage' .in 1900, flog )- ;I

was 3,101 of main track and 341 l3.. F. M
-of side track. In 191Q i it$ _was, ..4, '.Walter,of,the Valley, were trading S S .

164 of maID track and.697 of side here Saturday. ,

tracks. The total assets of State Congress will reassemble is 8
William Daniel I'I'I
a prosperous
.-" banks on Dec. 31, i 1901$;. wafs $<(;,- t i'iaro&f'of' the Bradford neighborhood less than two weeks,and there is '

149,832, and on: Nov..; ,1d19OM! i it :.teas in town Friday. of course much interest and'spec I '

had increased to $27,126,598, ajam ulation with reference fo'what' it r "Wash-Day'foods.(
We are glad to note that Mrs. ,
in nine years of nearly twenty will do. It is assumed that the

rnillior dollars. The dep B: F..,,""McKeithen- -- of the Valley., Canadian reciprocity treaty will t '

in State banks on Dec. 31, 1901 swho, has been quite sick for a. lie approved"lij"tlie'Sate, and I When things are put through.. the wash r :

$4,782,193, Nov. week l is thought to be improving. you can tell what they,are. "
\ was and on 10 there is expectation that some of < ,.
1910, the deposits amounted to C. A. Grubbs, who has the nic- the important tariff scheduleswill My Goods has Stood the Test"'fbY 27 Years.

$19,773,457' a gain in nine years' Petit: spaa' ''of white1 l borsds' :! in'' this be lowered' or that an effort "
I with the things / .
keep up new and ::
of fifteen million.dollars. part Of the! cotlrily i transacted will at least be made to lower I
I hold fast to the old
good ;
The a g-re assessment of 'business! l here Friday afternoon. them. It is deplorable that poli- I roo '

.; railroad, telegraph, sleepingand', .. We are sorry to note that little tics must enter so largely into Wb'en"you need \Y.asb- :\"'

parlor car companies in the Stateis +W illardj; son' of Prof. and, Mrs. questions that should be purely, day" goods, I keep' them :y.

: Railroads $$29,472,111; telei' W. T\ Horaie, is quite, sick but enconomical. There is much! for you '

graph lines, $500,196;;, sleeping hope'bis condition' wilT soon improve speculation,with reference to political -I My stock of Hardware .. '"..

and parlor cars,,$213,804. In'addition : divisions and combinations Ranges; Stoves Sash and'' 5

to the advalorera'takes required of insurgentsand.standpatters, 5 5
The four months term ot the I Doors,Coffins and Cask-
by law, the railroads' p'afy and progressive and retrogressive -
ten.dollars for: each mile ol tract Bonnet Pond school, taught by i Democrats.. The sensational ets, Guns and Ammunition '.
,Prof W. T, Home, closed last ,
and the telegraph .companies'. 'pay 1 Friday, with approprirte exercise retirement Senator Bailey 1 .Dynamite Crockery

fifty. cents for each mile of wtrej! on the last, day of the last session II 1U Glass ware, Enamel ware .
es'by the pupils.
The total license tax of tb and his i precipitate jump back into = Sewing Machines, Paints, '

.' state paid in 1910, amounted t o United in the holy estate of the Se.n .eJt8 thought has I r
4 Oil, Jap-a-Lac Farming S
$379,807. matrimony last Sunday morning considerably\ weakened such influence

'it'the' 'residence'of Uncle Ben's as' he may have' had with Utensils Picture Frames ,

'M '. Walter Davis to Miss' Ella the Democratic minority. (made.to order) and ,
Big Increase.: ,
'Nichols':'Curtice' L'' -. Jones N. P. > '.
!II Last but not least,
A summary'of the Census Bu- officiating. Mai:}+ their'* journey ..
It is one of the unsolved Fishing' Tackle that's' "tit fonfishing.&f"l .
reau's report of manufactures i in through life;balong y prosperous teries mys- '.

.Florida will, no doubt: bye of interest and'happy''. to u% why any man will will be pleased to.serve you. r'
scratch around over the hills and 4 of".
as it gives an idea of the '
a'prosper'bus farmer
I rocks of'otber sectltns in'his et- \
growth of the State by comparison near Vernon' !has been hauliaehis'yeara forts to "mke.a. 'livinglf-and :},.
of figures' now with' that of: i -' R: C.Palmer HORNEOJ .
'auppy"of guano thisydep som tfmes- i in that-when ." .- :

other years; \:. He informs 1 us that he such'liappy'inducenients. are of- ,
The'amount of d
will use 120 sacks. John says it fered in Washington county. 8

manufactures' in 1904 was pays to use it and that a l large There is scarcely any limit to the
-- $32,972,000; in 1909 it was $65-
amount used enables the farmerto '
possibilities to our soil and it
; 128,000; a gain ot 98 per cent i in for it easier is ]
par, than a capable of such easy"! cultivation College .
five years. i amount. "' ,
.M vjr little'effort'isregaired I \
In 1904 there were'14113 esfaivlishments : tI ,
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;; in 1909 the numberhad We are"informed that the pat- dependence for D'eFuniak Springs, Fla. :' :,;{

rons of this place and community Jhat cultivation would not producersuctrbountiful ,
increased to 2,156, or 53 per A Christian school for boys and Klr\a. 'Attendance larger than ever "
makTng arrangements to : returns; before. Strong corps of teacl ers. Large ant( well equipped school build- : = .,,
cent.The hire a teacher and' run four ".. .p ings. 5 .
cost of material used i in : a, Two dormitories. Good board. Careful oversight. Expenses mod-5 ,;
1909 months priyate school, ,'rhisis Speaking} the fashion craze, erate. GymnaVlum" '; Tennis', and"other outdoor exercises. ,\ ::
was $26,022,000, as against., -:
is a good step and the'right direction the dear! .
$16,532,000 in 1904; an increase of women hive about run Spring Term Begins Feb. 2nd. }
57' cent. if they will employ a out 'of :original i' per .goodTt'ei'cneV arid' do' away"with would A splendid time for pupils to enters Will be admitted to any classes .:
The value of products in 1904(} seem to be nothing new for which they are prepared. time will be saved in :
'the abominable1!: habit of teaching left for By enteringnow .'.';:
to do;
was.$50,298,000; in 1909 the'vatueof only four or five hours during the {them but sprout a education. We would call special attention to the fact that classes taught !'f
the mustache. : by the regular Academy faculty are being started accommodate: 7th and !..9
products totaled $72,724- middle of the day,. and, instead, i ; 8th "
teach grade students, thus by this special attention entering now they could ti
000; an increase: ot 45 per cent. not less than seven hours < be !
prepared for
not including and NOTICE the academy next year.u
recesses aoon. ;
The average number .of, saler- : For further
First Judicial Clrcuitof' Information and catalogue, address, ;"
ted officials and The aged Mrs. Isaiah Alsobrooks'died Florida. !
wage-earners i in I ,4Clrcul Court Washington County. '
1904 was 45,216; in 1909 there e at Her home 1 three Consolidated:l Naval'Storea:: Rev. Lynn R. Walker, President I

., _, ",. were 62,056, an increase of about miles* .tt. west of town, on Monday* J Company. W. Hlnso'n'Coprporatlon. F. ._ Prof..0. 0., Fisher, Principal. "I'
-40 per cent. the<13th! inst. after a brief illness Clur ssa Land his wife,

of' pneumonia. Aunt Anjla, K., Uraxton, Uurresn :.,;
The salaries' and wag-es'in 19Q4was as liraxton,her husband, I .' iI.
$18,437,000;; i in 1909 the total we' alh: Ued her; was in the war Thomas Anole Lucile Forehand. ... .
W. Ctrlfflth ,
is ; .; for salaries and wages waS $27- .war of the 60s about two years, Levla Orimith. his wife and BAY HEAD INN ,,r7:;::

906,000; an increase'' of 51 per' with'her husband,. who belongedto :and- The LevlaUtif defe Qdants hh.'b'l'ndmas: -1V..'Urimth :
s wife
Capt. McMillan's company;only ,required to appear to the bill DIed are hereby 10 this E. M. NEWMAN Proprietor; ., '
rcent.The coming home occasionally to 'case on be 29U1 day of April
A.- D. 1911. .
... manufacture of diarsVall This order be
ptJ.bIlSbo Boy Head
bring letteraT once B week Florida.
," money and to ,thee fpurtonaeeutlve'weeks.vrWMhli .t::
"n "be Chlple'UlIonner
'the'principal industry in th wives and.children "
those at the a weekly new'lPllper published
..'. .State.both in 1904 and 1909, followed front. She was never the mother 'Cb on('ountf, !' ortdTciiJn. at Mecca of the Tourist, Angler, Sportsman. "
i.s.-Jr band<< sod
the this -
; by lumber and timber pro it>f any children, but leaves an aged ; 30th dat of Marell,>AI D.'or 1911. "O"O"0.0t.00...iO........ ..'.
husband, a sister, and a number ---a- (Signed:: ) W. O. LOCKET,
.'ducts the production of turpentfne'and t'ODY <5ft of the Circuit Rates Per Day j Newley Furnished Find ; : 5
of friends to mourn her demise 1( SAalof } Court \ Boating. ,
rosin, and manufactureof F'lo SlhlnKtonCoun ,. { }
'. allot whom. have our sym Count J $1.00 and $1.50 ( Good Table and Bathing'
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fertilizers,.in. ,the order named. patby. A. UEMHUILL, ,.,,.. I
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THE BANNER. ...: What the Boys Thought. "OOO9; oooeoooeeoocooococooooOGOooeeOOCloooogO

.. Jl prominent educator talking to a TUB SOUTOMiN LIFE AND AOCIDl'T
class In an elementary school, be bad "Sure Cure" ) I

I '_ -. Church blr_ $rr.M. visited decided to Illustrate a point h* I

E. Church tilouth.Preachingeverylet WM making by problem In long dlvl- anf ura.ne Company
and 3rd Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. !ton, the Intricacies of which the clans "1 would like to guide
K. a Williams, Pastor. bad just mastered. lIe put down the -or-
Sabbath School 10 a. m. W. N. tiheaU, suffering women to a sure
necMMry flfures and then said: .
Superintendent. for female troubles "
Prayer Meeting Thursday nights. "Now, let us see bow many, times cure MariannaFlorida* '
Young :Men's prayer meeting Tuesday this number will go Into tbe other. Let writes Airs. R. E. Mercer, 1 .

nights. Everybody cordially Invited. M try six" He tried six, and, as he of Frozen Camp, W. Va. Invites ;ybur attention to its New Line Policies, as embodying the. maximum : -II

Church 2nd Intended, six wouldn't do. "Weir, left "I have found no med- J, of practical protection at tl\e, lowest practical 'price. A remarkablycheap .
Baptist -Preaching every icine Cardui. I
try five, then he said. Five was all equal to
and 4th Sunday. Rev. Colller.pastor.) > contract, but safe and conservative and backed by home capital. '
Sabbath School 10 a. m., K. O. Uawk right, and be went ahead with his talk. I had suffered for about
Soperlnteneent. On his way home that evening h* 1 four years. Would have W. H. MILTON remldent.

_.. Prayer jMeetlng Wednesday nights.- overtook two small boys with book headache for a week at a Directors ', *. Gammon, John Milton Jr.. W.H. WaUon. .
e bags tinder their arms and heard ibl time until I would benear'y I Jt E. Brook, / M. Dillon. H. H. Lewis.. John M tNenAi I.OCOOOCO000000OOCOQaCC000CCCOCCCOOCOCN0OOOOCO1 I

PoatoJBee IMreetorv conversation: crazy. I took Car OOC.

., Office hours 7:30' a. m. to 7:00 I'm.; ex1eept "Bay. Bin did a long whiskered, dui and now I never have
Sundays. baldhoaded old: feller come Into ;your "
... ._ Eastbound mall closes at 10:20 a.m the headache any more.
room today r'"Yep
If it is Machinery you want we have It. Write
>West-bound mall closes at 5:10 p.m. ," replied BUI. M sea

Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 'a.- m. "And did be talk to your us for catalogue, prices and tM'ALSBY.COMPANY.
and leaves on arrival of the east boundmall. .

Sunday." hourn l1:3r m., to 18:30 p. m., "Well"Yep,, so said be BilL., did to us, but the funniest Take CARD UI I IThe

.thing by golly, was that the old
Money Orderllssued'at all hours when
... office Is open, except Sundays. chump stumped himself on an example, 41 South Forsyth SI., ATLANTA GA.
J P HCUEL.L P. :M In long division."Philadelphia Times,
Woman's 'Tonic We sell the following well-known goods: American,
I. Me fteautlful Water In World. Reach & Dromgold Geiser "Peerless," and Smith Myers 6t SchnlerSaw
;;,: < OmrOlofeMng Lie*. scattered along Mills in all sizes and capacities; Erie City Geiser "Peerless," and Houston,
Little restaurants
,- L' BA.MNBR and Semi-weekly) Atlanta are -The pains from which Stanwood & Gamble Engines and Boilers In all sizes; Challoner and Perkins .
/ '' Journal,per year $1.73. the cliff overlooking the bay of Capri many women suffer every Shingle Machinery; Band Saws Grist Mills, "Peerless" Threshers
BANNER and Thrice e-week New York and her by the water's edge you can month PIa ners.Steam Feeds,and various other Machinery,Repairs and Mill Supplies.We .
&i; World, per year,.$1.66, alt and alp and gase'at Vesuvius away are unnecessary.it's can furnish you the best Machinery on the market and at the same
f off In toe distance perhaps at the not safe to trust to tiiaa.save l you money. Vie have no branch house.
j! and Semi-weekly Tlmes-Un*
BANNER water in the bay below. strong drugs right at the
\k' and Citizen ,
\ n per year -
The most beautiful water hi the time of the pains.
;: ::' BANNER and Home and Farm per year
world The blue water of the grotto Better to take Cardul
".2/\/ OF State For Women
f f !. more mystical, perhaps, but the water for a while, before and UNIVERSITY FLORIDA. Florida College

; : .of the bay of Capri la more ex- after, to strengthen the GAINESVILLE TALLAHASSEE

; General Directory. quisite. It Is a wonderful pale green, system and cure the cause. A Superior.. But Inexpensive Institution for ':CuIl with a greener, darker,color streaked Florida Younj Men. School of Music. School ol Art. School of 'Izpreadon.
This is the
OFFICIALS. .School of Home Economic
through It.There Is no other water Four college agricultural experiment station .
r First class' equipment throughout. Tnltloai
the scientific the ;
-Alber W. Gllch 'l.t, way. University extension. 46 professors and assistants. free. Other low. For lalaraaatloa
:, Governor like It In all the world. 80 per cent increase In attendance last expenses very
."' Secretary of State-n. Clay Crawford. And here In the little restaurant you Try ItProvided :year. Attractive buildings and c.mJtua. For address
catalogue address A. A. MURPMREE, President. EDWAID CONRAftk Preeld..t.'AE2QI.IlIAf .
\ Attorney General Park Trammel lilt and sit, gating at the water below
although know In your heart you
:. Alrlculture-B. E. Motin.w .
Com. I
ought to be seeing the rest of the
: MAC HI1 N 1I IVc!t _
w Treasurer-Wm V. Knott. place. But the water is so green, and --

;'. Supt.. Public Instruction-W. H Hollo- beautiful that when the warning whistle For In Advance 431 E': Boy Stfeet.
way of the Naples steamer blows you A playwright In an Interview In New JACKSON VlluL-EP, L.ORIDA.

-' Comptroller C. Croom.. awake with a. start and realise you York said that without attention to the
ban nothing of Capri at all- Everything for the saw mill and
p 'Supreme,Court-Thos. M. Shackleford seen minutest details" theatrical success
nothing but the emerald water so enticing could rarely"be attained.
;; Chief Justice: JA. H. Mabry. Clerrf. plaining mill. We are now selling ,
and beantlfuLA-Mary Sutley' In "And yet" he added, smiling "even .
o g( Railroad Commissfon-B. Hudson*Burr- Plttsbnrg Dl patcb: this grand virtue of attention to details the'well known Farquhar Machinery -
...'- .Chairman; B. C. Dunn, Clerk. I
may be carried to excess. Thus a
t Judge first judicial circuit-J. Emmett 'direct to the user, which means
KILLS A MUKDKREIl.: certain playwright said at rehearsal.
.; Wolfe. Pensacola.., to his leading man: a saving to our customers.
A merciless murderer Is 'appendicitis.
State Solicitor Ural Judicial circuit-. 'Nowremember, John after you
.. with mona victim,, but lr, King's Mew Large Stock-Easy Terms.
Walter Kehoe. peak this line "IIelen, I will save ;you
Life Pills kill it by prevention They gently
,: 'wait
I and for
though perish, pause .
-- Send for Cataloaand..Prices
stlfnnlate stomach liver aid bowel -
.., preventing the applause.'
U. S. LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS. that ologgina.that invites appendiclta -
"But the leading man sneered and
'''' H. 8. Chubb Register Gainesville, Fla. eurlng constipation', headache, bfllionsness answered cynically: .

,'"' -; Shields Warren, Receiver' ; Gainesville. ehllls. 25o at 8 E: McGeaobyVWasted i '!-'How; do,Tou know' there'll- be any Physicians Advise
f applause?* I "

.t :: WASHINGTON COUNTY OFFICERS. on Him."Occasionally ,I 'That is my business, not yours, food the use of A goodlaxatlve. to keep the bowels i open and prevent the poisons of undI est d
answered with from gettlnginto your system. j
the playwright
:'* ". Circuit Clerk-W. C. Lockey, Vernon. ," remarked the visiting calm conft ence." Washington Star.. The latest product: of, science 1$.VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup, purely vegetable! ,gentle.
u*| County Judge-I. A. Hutchison Vernon. Londoner, "1 see In some American paper I reliable and of a pleasant aromatic taste. Vetvo acts on the over, as well as on tb*

" **?. -. Sheriff-U. G. Allen, Chlpley a supposititious colloquy referringto stomach and bowels'; and Is of the greatest possible efficacy In constipation indigestion
k. Treasurer-H, B. Tiller, Vernon. an aeroplane! line to Mars. Do you Manners Versus Mannerism. biliousness sick headache, feverishness collc.flatulence. etc. Try VF i
";'''.. fax Asssor-.T. J. Wllllamv Chlpley. know that strikes me aa being exceedingly There's a vast difference between

W, Kcontna.A : Evidently the 'writer la manners aud mannerism. For in
*? Tai Collector- B. Gainer funny. LAXATIVE
; Supt.: Public Instruction F/ Gainer! Ignorant of the tact that our atmosphere stance manners takes its soup softlyand

Wausau.x does not extend upward more quietly, while mannerismgargles

Supervisor of Registration-J. W.jjjt than fifty or a hundred miles and becomes -, It. Manners says "Parss the buttah, V EL VO.
please," while- mannerism bites a
-. Gainer Econflna. more and more tenuous as it j
; chunk out of a piece of bread and
;"r County Solicitor A. D. Carmichael, nears the Umlt. Be does' not seem to LIVER SYRUPHere.s
the will
stutters, "Blip .me grease
Chlpley. know that. the air la absolutely; necessary .
? Free
.w"' County Surveyor-Thos. Collins,. Cary In dying; an aeroplane. It Is highly you

; vllle, Fin.County. probable that no aviator ever will -
Medicines that aids nature are always
ascend to a higher elevation than tenor
Commissioners: fifteen miles even If be can endure most successful, Chamberlain's Cough
,', J. M. Simmons, Chairman, Vernon the excessive cold he will encounter at Remedy acts on this plan. It lawns the Good for
*, .- S. W. Bush, Ctlploy. ,
that altitude. Tbe Idea of sailing an cough relieves the lungs, opens tbe seeretfons .
; ? ? B. F. Evans Vernon. end aids nature ID restoring the system '
aeroplane through the Imponderable.
i\. J; H. Porter Mlllvllle.j. to a healthy condition Sold-by City
ether la Ineffably absurd.ChicagoTribune.
.- J. T. nigh tower, Vernon. Drug Store and S K McOeacby. a Bigger ,and Better Business.

,,;;:: School Board: ,
"'; -' G. B. Bush, Chairman Orange Hill What the World Lest.It j..It....................

;:;: S. J.Gainer St. Andrew. was the worst calamity that ever Old English Fin. I .. .. .

*','f -\ w- F..Buss, Vernon. happened to me': sighed the pale In.ttii.etaai In the past tone Englishman called DON'T BLOCK THE 'WAY''f', "'. .-

high brewed young woman. something to
", "- another a liar there was
7.7 CHIPLEY CITY OFFICIALS. "1 bad written modern society novel pay seventeenth century mayor I.. .'' Move as fast as the procession' out. the
2T ..* Mayor-U. IJ.Wells. complete. to the last chapter, and a sheriff and city grandees generallywere :: 1ake.'

'.V ; Marshal:-n. M. Farrlor. ....1... servant girl gathered the keen 'on this point of /tlquette.The pace of the company you are in or'' make ..way for the man
beets of the manuscript from the direct accusation cos / .
>. Cierk'and Treasurer-W. W"; Cook.X .
Boor where tbe wind had blown them, $2.76); the subtle hint 6ft.-.,<'i/.Nv".oo/ ; ). behind: \
Council-A. D. Carmichael, chairman,
;"' and used 'them. to start a "fire In the And there was a reduction '6kl:' ....i)etUtlonfj. 'II
B. J.
; C. Dunn R.McGeachy, C. E. harp_ j
W. O. Butler, Jr. .,ate.to Don't stand in the way of new'ideas. Don't pause in tbe
r'" What a banting shame that was 1' wearing foo, was promptly sup- I
eeouneated lions Tartun--Chicago pressed. In 1050 a law was passed path of better system., D.:>n't, settle-. : down on the ladder of

: Tribune.: .. laying dow the penalty for a first. success., Don't be'a: barnacle oq the" ship of pre_ res8"
.t-.tThe"; Banner offense. The- fines were graduated.That

Fully,nlrt' .out of every (encases, of rheuinatlsm -,. fpr a lord was 30 shillings ($7.20), ." "

(. simply rheumatism of the muscle for an esquire 10 shillings ($2.40)), while Change means progress. Progress means advancement

.. .'. doe to cold or damp, or chronic rheumatism all "Inferior persons" could have a .,. .
rv neither of which ,.require any internal few: words" for 3s. 4d. ((80 cents)* .. "
Chipley Fla. treatment, All tbat II I needed to aN Advancement means movement. MOVE!;' -
ford relief Is the free application of Cham I Willing to Risk It.Uocl .
berlain's Liniment. Give It "a trial. You. '
--My dear boy. It's a tact that DON'T BLOCK THE WAY!
certain to be pleased wltb the quick *
;i-. Stands for the Upbuiidnr! of are rebel the bacilli on paper money have caused .
: which It.affords.. ,Sold by City DrugStore mdny a death before now. Nephew-

Chipley, i .and 8 K MoOeachy. Well. uncle you might let me have a

'_ few notes. I'm'' very tired of Ilte.Fl1e .-

,,; ';;,TVVaetilngton, County. The Conteit. ode Blatter. City
:" "All men" said, the e8rn, .*.clt zeD.Mar. A Thousand Refusals. -

,:> J? and Florida; born equaL" Kate-That Bragson girl claims to to write tor oar confidential letter before ap Barber ..

0 They are that" replied Mr. Raffer- have-made a thousand refusals\ of mar- U mar and worth money.We .
_0', ty. .. But they don't etay.: equal afterT riage.. Ethel-That's true. When Gus promptly obtain U.S. Forelp'PATENTS' -.

to get together In Ssked her to bo' his wife she replied
;';' Subscription $1.We Per Ye they'; big enough Shop.

'.,. _.'".,, if;;I..A schoolyard."-Washington' Star. I "No; 'a thousand ,.times, nor-BostonTranscript. .nd TRADE MARKS or stare ENUK -

.: I .., T I attorney** i... fiend model .ketchSfJBlifff'fii
', '''J'r .Cemraendable.; Caution. '- send f* IMMEDIATE JMo \Valtlng.
... ,'" FREE report on patentability. We giv V
.... make a"Specially. of "My ton, remember this-marrying'o ; the beet moderate and adTlce and,.oo '
....... a salary has been the salvation of A11AVRB8C11UOLPRiNC1PAL; charge are Tr7 o. 3, Barbers 3Eerytliing

.' Neat- many a young man." A severe ,attack <>o school principal Coas>' SWIFT & CO.,

"I know, dad. But suppose my wife li. Allen,0! Sjlvanta, Da.* js thus told by' Patont Lawyor*, Up-to-Now.

',. Artiatlc boold lose her salary?''-Cleveland him. "For more than three years! I suffer Opp. U.B.Patent Oinee.Waahlngton, D.C. -

1e.adar. ed indescribable torture from .rheumatism, 'Shave ...... ,. ..... tSe.
;Commercial Printing liver and'stomach' trouble and diseased kid Haircuttingv ....... 25c.
;' .. ... 'Deer at the Prloe.HoCtabber neys. All remedies failed until I used dee. REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD. Shampoo .., ........ ZSc.Maaaage .
-The footpad said "Money tries Bitters, but four bottles of this wonder Mae.W'Jf.LOW'. BOOTIIINO SYRUP has been ..v......... 25c. e.
seed for over SIXTY YEARS by MILUONH of Hair ... ....... 25c.
or year ricer so I gave him $2. Mrs. lul remedy ,eured completely. Such MOTHERS for their CHILDREN WHIOJ
The SCednbber-Buht Tou're always getting results are common. Thousands bless them ''TKETHINO.the with PERFECT SUCCESS. It .
atae .' BlUy; } PuckiTery orcuring stomach trouble female com- ALLAYtiellPAINi. CV'JU1:8WJNDCOJ..IC.: aud < We Solicit Your Patronage
.. plaint., kidney-dUorderai. bllllousness .and U the bert remedy for DIAKRUCBA. It ie absolutely 1
Very Res eCtfuDy.
bannteea Da lore and uk for Mn, -
'.. has no place where' It can 6r health anu vigor Try them; only BOo Wia i :. Chipley, Fa. jaraQ thbig.-Johnson. atS lC )foOeaobl, kJad. Tweoty-AT.: cents a bottle. W. D. Peters, Propr

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: Queer. Skirts In Yap. Nervous .XX. .
-'ffow Collapse. .][xw a (.
TO Stopl In the "Island.of Stone Money," Dr. Ir' .S .. ..
W. H. Furnlss, tells of,the femal fashions H .t-f: '
,j -of the natives of''tap, the most Chipley Women Break Down Because .

of the Caroline Islands, and Troubles A,.
westerly they have Kidney
\ ...
Stubborn CoughWe I expresses wonder that the women are I and don't.know it. : JOS "....
BO rarely burned to death.
"In the first place, their skirts are Women of every age and condition
don't mean just the irritation ,
stop composed of four or five layers of break down and are brought "to verge y ,
in throat but the
your cure dried leaves and strips of bast and are of uttler collapse because they have

underlying cause. so voluminous and distended that they : kidney troubles and don't .know it.

.Cough syrups Cannot do this. It stand out all around the body, outrivaling The disease saps vitality, shatters ff PRINTING :
takes old fashioned hoopsklrts. Even '
a constitutional tonic body the nerves, makes Work, rest or sleep im :
', builder to do the work when sitting down the women are sure
: properly
possible. If are tired out, irrita- .
and cured. Vmol rounded by a mound of veritable tin- you ,..' .
cure you to stay ,
ble and suffer from "
depressed, dizzy ;/
Is 'the need. der. In the second place, they are for- ..; \.1
remedy you ever striking matches to light their lckheadache, pains in the,back and ..' ,', .,

HERB IS PROOF cigarettes; nay, worse even, they carry ides, li regular flow of the urine etc. ". ,.." ; ..:.i. ;

y k ,5 ),HSf*..''Ktanl O.good, of -Olens PalU. about with them, for the sake of economy don't neglect it, for delay is often fata. Creates '

.,.MtuJVfoXw;; ; write*!"After trylags.v.ralrem- ; the glowing husk of cocoanut, Begin using Doan'a Kidney Pills and .;. t 'r ., ,J a. good'imp.res- :" -j_J-
dtoa for*bad cough and void without and neither to matches nor husk do see bow quickly you will feel better, lion N A
benefit., Xwmjt: asked to Vlnol. It 55 : among your cor ?
try they give the slightest heed, strikingthe work better, rest better and sleep better .., ; .

t.t."J worked and cough Ilk.'and nutglo.I:gained:It cured In health my cold and or absentmindedly one recklessly over resting their own the skirts other ; Doan'a Kidney Pills hive cured ; respondents: and helps '--' S ( :

trength. I: consider Tlnol the moit many .Chipley women. ,.
of their neighbor. .
,.0nd.r11a1 toalo'aod Invlg-orfctor X: ever against the skirts to give businessS '
: ot it.
Here's Chipley proof your
*.' '' Yet In, of thisutter recklessness .
'- .. ,. .... .
I never did I.see a skirt catch fire. One Mrs. Margaret Davis, Jackson St., :
,; ilf We cannot stop that cough month at longest is the life of a wom Chipley, Fla., say: "For some time prestige. ,..

q with VINOL-our delicious cod an's dress; then the old skirt Is burned time I ',was in poor health and was fully I S .- .

... .'liver:'and tonic-which is made and a brand new one plaited, with no aware that 1 was growing worse. .-'.It r ,. :. .. '. '
;without .oil-we will.- not charge tedious fittings at the dressmaker'snor My'nerves was all unstrung, my sleep .

i you a .cent for the medicine you depressing bills to pay." was fittul and I arose in the morning: ,. ,.; I ,. ,

;F buy. This seems like a pretty fairpropositionand' -- feeling unrefreshed. I Hlso had a poor We o Neat 'PrintibmAt :
An Inquisitive Scot.
ought to be ao- appetite'and felt languid. My daughter ? '
.4 fond of argument
Scotchmen an :
are -1 ,
cepted. Don't you think so? With and delight to find flaws In m oppo- finally procured a box of Doan'aKidney .

'?? this.understanding we ask you to nent's logic. Two blacksmiths were Pills for me at McGeachy'sdrug Reasonable :Prices : '
"- ,
4.". tty'a'bottle'of VINOL. once conversing as to which was the -store and I began their use. They .

in the world. ,lOne Insisted did I continued : : ,
,,, aE.44cGeacby: Druggist first trade ; me so much good that <
") .. ...
.. that It must have been gardening and taking them and today am In better .. : -- '.' : ""
: Chipley, quoted from Genesis;' "Adam wa put health for I much to '.
than .
years. owe : .' .
tf 'P..I :v 'I t 101<; ',
It ;
; dress -
Eden to
into the garden. of D an's Kidney Pills." ..
and keep 1t." "Aye,, John," retortedthe ,Gi've.us o r'next order ;
1/. Use Short Word.. other, who had stood up for his For 'sale by all dealers Price 50 ,0 '",'

Literary aspirants should religiously own trade "but wha made. the cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, :' "
eschew polysyjlablc orthography.! The .spades' New York, sole agents for the United and we will I give you per- ,,

'-.tare philosophical-'of- this and principle philological Is Ineluctable.substruc- hoarse States. feet satisfaction' th'us' g;
Are .frequently f Do you have Remember the name-Doan's-and.

Ezceaslvely' Inevitably. attenuated Induce verbal unnecessary symbols that annoylag tickling -in your. throat take no other. making you* one of our 8

Does yonr cough annoy you at night, and _
complexity and consequently exaggerate ---
do.you false mucus in the morniogb Po regular customers.
\ the obfuscation.of the mentality of
,! you want relief If so take Chum brIaln's Not So Very Clever."pllklns' _
the Conversely, expressions
peruser. Cough Remedy and you will be pleased. wife found some poker _
which reduced to the furthermost
'I are
Sold by City Drop Store and 8 K MeGeachy chips in his pocket.* .I
minimum of simplification and com- .
:A pactness, besides contributing realistic -- "Yes? ..
:', verisimilitude,. constitute a much less In Honor Bound. '; "Well, Bilklns told .her they were .r... I '_ .. ""... .. .. .
onerous handicap to the reader's per "Here's 25 cents," said'a tramp to a cough lozenges. "' .S(
f "Clever of Bilklns, wasn't it? TH E" : ;
spicacity. bartender in New York, ll'l Want to'pay .
Observe, for instance, the unmistakable It-to you fer that free lunch, and "Very. She" swallowed' *two and very '

and Inescapable expressiveness of then you cun throw in five glasses .of /nearly died. :

onomatopoetic, InterJectional, monosyllabic beer." ),. f
utterances, especially when "Twenty-five' cents -will buy the He Was. CHIPLEYBANNEL:; 5
motivated under strenuous emotional beeranswered; the bartender. "The "Owen Flannaganf Are yon Owen ;
said the clerk of the ..
ptrcumstancesv!! ; JIow.: _much more appealing lunch Is free, you know." JTlaunagan .
Is their euphonious pulchritudethan "I don't want it that way," the court. -
the preposterous and pretentious tramp Insisted. "I want ter pay a "Yes, begorra," replied the prisoner, Fla..
'" pomposity of elongated verbiage.-Life. quarter for the lunch and get the beer with a merry twlnkle'ln his eye. "I'm Chipley .>
pwln' body!I"-London Mall.
k'. free." every I V l itt

Beat Her Out.vagglfJ "It's all the same price either way," 7 ,

'... .,(yesterday,.;\ : hod the laugh on my wife the barman can it make explained.?" "What.- difference -. Old Lady-Poor Hard man Luck.! What have rllr'! XX X X' O::.XC. XXXX?CJOG X){ c; it. t
5. ? you done to your hand? Unemployable -
"It's a matter o' personal honor, sir,
) Hoggs-How did It happen? knock- .
-Broke my knuckles, mum.
out and was the tramp's.reply. "I promisedthe
WaggSoVWe driving
she,discovered.were an echo that beat her old lady wot give me the quarter In' ,at people' doors askin' for work.- ..... ......G..G$ ...

out ot.the last word.. that I'd spend It fer something to eat! London Scraps.
." '- See?" .-' : g

r1 II mJe ''lt.h1IJ Stomach! and Liver, Tab- Hop.less.vgf, ; $ e

1}Invariably. +. bring relief to women suf Pat-I say, Mick, I'm very hard up. SAY! e That now is the time to'build, that home or business house e
fertgg from cbroulo constipation, beadaobeIrflllousnesir Can you had me the loan of a pound? you have,be<;n consideringThe present business depression
dizziness, eallownees 01 the Mick-Sure, Pat, to tell yer the E) has reduced; the price of lumber and building materials; labpr $
-ikiu:| ttiiI'dynpepsla. Sold by City Drug thruth, I haven't a bob on me. Every $' is cheap and, plentiful, and_ you can build now.for 25 to 50 per

.Afore and.S J.McGeacby.!: penny I get I give to my poor old We will send the Banner free for cent less .. ;

mother. JUNE .
l: Pat-Be Jabers, :Mlck, I've just been the term of this school to 1907, OR JUNE; 19Q8. tf?

A Shock! (Fop Tennyeon. talking to yer motherland she tells $
If any one asked IIolman Hunt me ye never give her a farthing. When you think' of lumpier, or,bujlding material, think of us
about persons he would tell delightful Mick-Oh, well, Pat,. If I don't give To Every White TeacherIn .. and the fact that We have completed a modern up-to-date mill-

frank anecdotes.. concerning, maybe, my poor old mother a farthing, what .' work mill, and 'can fnrnish..every thing made.of wood. used in e
the great' men he knew and loved and sort of a chance have you got of get Washington CountyWho a building from sills to comb, and that we can $

measured exactly. lIe liked a spice of.. "
ting any?-London Mall. '
.. fun In everything, too, and his face DO IT QUICK. ," $

b.amedas be described a walk with I will send us the news of Hash fMou'ldhigs Framing Bank e
d he had taken. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver .
Tennyson lately They Tab .
Doors Casing FlooringCeiling' Drug $
heard footsteps behind and the great lets are safe, sure and rellable and have their community each week, or Blinds Base i Store

man frowned. "IIow they dog us, been praised thousands of women who Frames Finish Siding Fixtures.
fiontl how shall we escape them?" have been restored to health through their .every two weeks at least. '
"Just sit on the stile till they pass,"' gentle; aid aod curative properties. Bold Estimates cheerfully:furnished. Freigh' paid to sour station 1
'. aid the matter of fact artist. They by City Drug.Store. and 8:! E Mogeacby.. Correspondents may write on if desired. : ., ""- ,

did so, and two lads In knickerbockers ---- : .I
marched by swinging their sticks and The Assembly of Notables. any subject of general interest.. : MARIAN-NA. MANUFACTURING( COM :

not'even turning their heads.. Tennyson ,. '
was chapfallen. The assembly of the notables at Versailles Ouronly'request is that they refrain 1V1A')( IAN1Vq, RLA. e
Nov. B. 1788, will ever "
"Do yod know. Hunt," he said "I'do e
one of the great landmarks In hu : UONd DISTANCE' NB S:3.:
cot think they know who J am." from using the name of any i
man progress, not on account of Itself,

,they"Very would likely not, my even dear Tennyson know If you and but Louis In XVI.conscience, being of in what great It financial led to. person in a way calculated to give ............ .......... .

told them!" "Recollections of IIolman
traits, had already called 'together the -
Hunt" In London Academy. big men of his realm, but It is with offense.. w The New York World Wa promptly obtain U. 8. end Foreign V/W j

this second meeting of the great ones
} ,. Bolivia. will be the most Thrlce-a-week Eeditioo.The ..
that history ever' profoundly
Let HearFrom
Bolivia Is famous for Its silver, but concerned. The "notables," us + ; :-

'J.als9 possesses considerable quantities made up of the nobility and firistoc- Thrice-a week Wprld hopes .to ben ',

"of"gold, which, however: cannot ben .racy of the realm, listened to their own 1908 a better paper than It has ever

n 'extracted: wwithout. great expeiine, In voices and displayed their gold lace You. been before and It has made IU arrangements ; :::1<111\1 model..liooD (or
,ttto, seventeenth century an Indian < free '
and vanity for something over a accordingly. Its news service coy e bookriRADEMARKS
near the town of La Paz found a muss' month and adjourned without doing ,era the entire globe, and H reports, everything : I write

t ....' of.native gold, supposed 't have been anything either for the king or the peo We want the News fully,.prom ptlJ" and accurately. C Jt j .
-detached from neighboring mountain pIe. Disgusted with the stupidity 'and Is thinly paper not a dally, which Itf ad
by lightning. Bolivia Is, ou the Indifference of the notables Louis'con good: as & dally and which will keep you

''whole,!, In a backward condition, pollt- voked the states general which was a. completely Informed of what .Is. happening -

'' :, teal changes and Internal conflicts composed of -esentatlves. of the nobility 6O YEARS'EXPERIENCE throughout the world.
having hindered the development u( ,.clergy and third estate, or plain The Thrlce-a week World Is fair l In Its ; Opposite U. S. Patent Office*;

Its .natural 'wealth. people. Maddened by the ,.contemptuous ; political reports. You cart.get the'truth WASHINGTON D. C. >

-, --. !.. treatment they; received at the : I from Its columns whether you are"a' Republican I _
Delegates of the I or Democrat, and. that Is what
I hands of nobles, A
CJI; I;LUl1LARMy' a '
,il- _bntG third estate rg.ln1zed'them elv 1I Into you want. CURTIS L. JONES
4.Ia the hoarse, startling cough ('if acbUasuddenlattacked I the national assembly, which In turn 4speolalfeatuieottbe Thrlce-a-wectr: ,

t" by croup*.Often It .aroused organized the revolution: .-New York TRADE MARKS World has always been its seifaf.flctlon
"T wli Chamblln'bl &lan )!ro. 3 for. their children were .subject to Ac.Anroo the World noves whlcn in'booI oroi sell
croup.' "Sometime In Ixsvere attack, he ......lIn.. ikelrh and d w>rlptlon. mmfSnlakl for$1.50 apiece and Its bitch etandal'd's ....
Mcertnln our opinion tree wh th.r ma.
wrotewe, were afraid they would die'butaiaoe : U probably t" table. Communion.. this respect will be maintained lit. the future business entrusted to
.we: proved what a certain remedy Dr. How would yon like to number rout sent UO. r.01.rlotIY...onnd..ntlIlLI"'NDBuOK.t .."anayfo ..aurlnajwtcnu.Ffttanu on Pat .iU an In tbe} past. '
Kings: New Discovery |S., we have no real friends by the millions as Buekle 'a Aruba tpteiatnottct ta.,.k.without n. itrouifti chaise. Mnan, |ntbScicniinc *.Coned,. The Thrlce-a-week World' .regular my;care will bave nay prompt

,*We rely on U for oroup and for coughs; ors Salve does. Its astounding" cures In the Jlmcricnit subscription price'. only 'It'.dO; per year attention. Fees reasonable
' throat or lung trouble." to' do thou- forty made. them Its tbe best -
any past year and this pays-for 135: .paper8:, \Ve'bfferthis
;S ....od. ot others 8ot may yon. Asthma, salve in the'world for sore ulo rs;;eczema, _A lIandeom.l IaUun an,.,tt..tnt..1.Bcloittldo' fonrnal..ee.',.. T Terms.ata. ntcst drof unequalled newspaper and Thebaner !l.be.. .found at Post Office,

w:" 5 5' bay l ,erj la rlpvrhboplDScouth( ; bemor- burns/boila, scalds, outs, corns, sore eyes, months,$ .=: together for.one year tof''' tl. 3>;::'The t ..j" l nWaustiu : .
r Srhagei fly before It.: boo aud '1.00. Trial :sprains, swellings, bruises, cold sores; baa MUNN&Code, :"N w"rrk regular subscription price of t.be.two pa
,-"bottle" free; Sold"by 8 E McGeoohy.flttb I no equal'for piles 2M alB K eUeaoby's. Bt,W..bi..l/l.....I*.O. pen )ii $3 00. ,"*+ r -*** Florida
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r MARIflENNA. FLA. Farm Seeds.We .

r ,Capit headquarter for .. .
( Accounts: of Banks Corporations Firms are ..... .. '
Solicits Individuals. the best in all Farm seeds. -- ,

: ;' :,. Our twenty years experience,In thebanklnfir business: enables ua to offer Grass and Clover SeedS o ," r-- ''
f. you the best banking: facilities of any bank Iri West F orlda. We also have a -. -- _...- 'j
1 I fully equipped Savings Department in which we pay irterest on deposits: Ac. Seed Com, Cotton Seed, "
:\,t i counts by mail handled as easily as by peraonallntervlew. Cow Peas, Sola Beans;, --- 30 ,
I Send us your business. dkiH I
Sorghums, Kalflr Corn, < .24 "

'F. M. GOLSON, Cashier. Millet Seed,Peanuts etc. < ;

'4\ "Wood's Crop! issued
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AND HHIHE.3HIGHEST SpecIal monthlygives

1 I MfKKET PaC!:: p mM/:' ,ts timely information as to g it I f -
F"UR"5' FOR RAW runs AND HIDES 1 ,. } seeds to plant each month

I Wool on Com lleaon.! 1'.rlo: for priesll .1 """ the;year also prices ofSeadonable w,,,,. ,. ,.. .,. ''u r.--, ..: u._...,..........wv..w .r ..r._..._..wN_+ wM4-..
.t mentioning this ad. a Seeds. Write for copy, .' e

JOHN WHITE & P/i. LOUISVILLEUY.E taWS8'A941837 {i; mailed free on'request., :e Just a word Partners> and Fence Builders( :

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Seedsmen< Richmond, Va. .made deal forTen'Car Loads ,
i . . *X Having : tI
l & H of the Best American Steel 1 Wire Fence, we J:

Neat Printing ;
School at Home-' are in position to make.' ., you better prices G'G'

Creates a good impression -* r e
,. Let the Carver School teach you by than ever before 0
ci mail, the Art of Photography.If ,
g among your correspondents $ G
you are seeking a profession that Be sure you see us.before' buying-wire! 0
I : and to is not overcrowded and one that Is remunerative -
helps gIve. business

W your ; respectable and'pleasant ,: 'elsewhere. It means. money saved. |:|
prestige. you are advised to take up photography

\ v -Let, the Carver School teach e

.,J\' I : We do JSpat.Printing you.If you are an amateur photographerand : Chipley Hdw. Co. I

,,, ,,' Reasonable Prices. i I I f ; wish to make better pictured at a
at lower cost, or wish to, become a professional
-Let the Carver School teach :........................

:- : Banner Job Office. you. I

If are a professional' and wish
. . . . . you
to work that will be
produce A pleasure

:.:':.. I to your customers and a creditto The First, ;Natiorml Bank,
you-Let the Carver School teach '
'f.r'; Notice Is hereby given that I, J. II. Department of the Interior you.The' ,
'; I Green,Jr., as guardian over the persons U. S. Land office at Gainesville Fla.! Carver School of Practical Pho- Dealgnated, Depp altar"7t of. the United 8tat .. _
:, and estate' of Clifford T. Green, Mae February 18,1911. tography offers twenty cemplete, prat- .
_. '. f Green and J. Milton Green minors, that I Notice Is hereby given that George( E. tical And inexpensive courses Oldevt and I. rn*.t flank In Wmt Florida.
...',, I shall apply to the County Judge( of Simmons of VVausau Florida! who, on covering"all onoxz: ; 7 7Z2.: LO. aeeo. .
Washington county. Florida at his office I October 12, 1004. made Homestead Entry branches of photographic work "
r In Vernon, said county, on the 10th day No. 35051. (Serial No. 02000)) for SKji of Write now for full information, it is ..
of April A. I) 1911, for authority as guardian ( NEX: and NEK of:SEtf Section 18.Town Capital Half Million1 l Dollars. .
.. of said minors to sell at public or ship 3 north, Range 13 west Tallahassee free and places you under no obliga- "
private sale for cash, all of the Interest, Meridian, bas tiled notice of Intention to tions. Address Surplus and Undivided Profit., 0'ldb,6oO. .-
right and title of said minors In and to make final live year proof to establish
the following I described, lots or parcels of claim! to the land above described before The Cor-ver4 School off Interest Paid In Savings Departmental Rite of 4ief( 'cent, per Annum.
the of the Clerk; of the Circuit Court at
land situated In town Chlpley. Vernon. Practical Photogt-npHy. r lJ' i" "I '
Washington county Florida, to-wlt: Florida! l on the 30th day of March, 1911.
Lots Nos. 17 and according( to the platof Claimant names as witnesses: E. N Lock Box 504, , Waterloo. .. ,, Iowa. THe First National. Bank I
the town of Chlpley, and bounded on Everltt. Sr. E. N. Everltt Jr.. VV. N'E't- '
the north bv Watts Avenue,'on i the east erltt, ot Chlp'ey.: '! }Florida- KJ.E. Simmons F OF' PBNB.AGQU.A.,"! -
by /Sixth street on the south by an Alley: of VVausau Florida. How TO Kernel' It .
JR., W.S Vlo Pras
W. K. twos President. KBVSKK.
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and on the west by Lot No. 19, the said IlEHKY S. ClIUBB, W.J.FOKBBD. Cashier. 'T oe. W1.RUBM. A Ht.CMhlir. W.Vi'ROBUI-S. Aw.Coshler
two lots being formerly occupied by C. J. Ed fee paid. Register Joseph H. Choate tells a story Irectori:-F.C. Brent. W.A. Blouat.' W.a Ke)...... Wm. H..Kuowle; *. W. K.Hyer.J
Whitehurst. deceased, as his home In the ,W. J,Forbefl. Knowlw. Hrer. Thofc W.Brent.
said town ol Cblpley. that he heard Sir Henry Camp .

.\ This March 9, 1911.J. H. GREEN, .Jr.., D j J. .] oN>Js. bell-Banner quote in .illustrating -i : r
1 As Guardian.NOTICE. r point he was making ina High-Class Machinery .
Jtttorney-At-Iaw political speech.A We carry at our new warehouse,
408 arid 412 Ease) Bay St.,. a ,large
,tJIIIFLEY FLA. had to three ;
Notice Is hereby given that I, Minnie I man
L.Jones, as guardian over the persons stock of Portable and Stationary
and estate of Mabel Jones*31 yrtly Jones, frIends, an Englishman, an Irishman Engines; Locomotive and Horizontal
Minerva E.-Jones and Pearl Jones! min- D. OAB1HICUAEL. and {Scot, that his' servant Return Flue Boilers 'Saw-Mills,
ors, that 1 shall apply to the County A ;
Judge of Washington county Florida! at Attorney U Law broke a great deal of china. 'i{'_ I Planers Edfrers*'' Saws Belting-
his office In Vernon, said county, on the The matter-of-fact Englishman 'II! / .. and,Mill Supplies also engine and
.Collections a Specl.ilty. /1;
10th day of April, A I).J911 for authority "I. ,,V1\;i .
as guardian of said minor to .sell at Chlj.ley.: Fin gave this short''' bit of p : q saw-iniU repair Walso handle the
public or private sale for gash, all of the acti'I' celebrated line'of Hustler Saw Mills '
interest, right and title In and to the fol cal advice: Dismiss him. I
and Erie Boilers. This maker Sawi Mill>
lowing described lots or parcels of land COOK & IVlcRAE, Engines and the beat outfit on earth.
situated In the town of Cblpley,. Washington Take it outof, his wages, pro I Get our prices before buying- We can save you-money.., A postal will bringour
county, Florida,to-wit': Lots Nos. Attorneyo! .at Law. posed the thrifty Scot. Traveler; Write fOr illustrated catalog covering your requirements.
17 and 18, according ,to the\ pla.li ,of the '
town of north by Watts Avenue on the east by
Sixth street on the south ,by an Alley Careful attention!given all matters entrust was made on the ground that the 4 OS Q 412 E. tfeiy Sit.DlBtrinc. .1laci. igte. Florida.
and on the west by Lot No, 19. the said to my fare. Collections m ada. j I wages were less than the amount Long ToloPht fib..Nail 41441t
two lots being formerly occupied by C. J.
Agent for responsible time and Sre-tested Insurancecomosniea ,
Whitehurst, deceased all his home In the of the damages; whereupon the ,
said town of Chip lev. i r ti tit tlt t t oM IM O NHGrow
This, March.U, 1911. Irishman came to the rescue
MINNIE: L. JON S,- ;:: ;
.- As Guardian A. G. .. McQuagge, Then: raise his wages! ; lt'

Notary Public

When Carnegie Was Ask to Pray. !
State at Large. I I II .Biggest Crop

Andrew Carnegie is .a good .
'talker today, but. was not always The agricultural'department at Washington has just
R. F. t '
'.fluent of speech. Liberal always published the results ofaloner series of,held tests:', and they -

Notary Public.Real with religious efforts he was also : t, show plainly that .animal- ammoniates such as Blook and
devoted but unystentious. tie j I Tankage, made a larger increase in vield' than any other

Estate Handled. attknded weekday prayer meet- For instance, it was found' that Cotton Seed Meal, alone, "

Collections specialty. ing at Pittsburg, Y. M. C. A. showed a gain per acre, of -' $ 2.68

and was startled one day when Tankage;alone, 14.00

I Ij 'Office) in First National Bank. the leader of she meeting said: Cotton' Seed meal and Potash, gained, '7.02 .

Ij Brother Carnegie will now lead Tankage'and' Potash' 'gained" -/ 14.29 .

DR. R. E. TILLER us in prayer. Cotton Seed M'eit.Acid: Phos. &; Pot. gained 9.12
Mr. Carnegie was the only man F Phpsphatt '
DENTAL SURGEON, Tankage* Acid and Potash: gained 17.80

there who knew that it was absolutely Another proof that animal l ammoniates are BEST..

j Chipley, Florida impossibly; However,. he I "

First Nat'l Bank. arose and said: 't
Office.over i
I First of all let Us engage in silent Armour Fertilizersare

t Post'' Cards Free. prayer for a few moments. |
NOTICE FOR POU LI CATION- -- With eyes closed and bowed'I' animal matter goods. ,.furnishing a steady < >
Department the Interior.
J U..S. Land office at Gainesville Fla. Not' Cheap Trash But 10 heads thelittle gathering. engaged ,; sours of plant. f 'Qd' throughout the entire < <
February 18. 1911. Beautiful Ones. But the,"few j
Notice Is hereby given that Asa Jon- in silent prayer. I growing season. '
klns ot Greenhead Florida, who, orv November readerof
We will send free to any moments" became so long-con-
2, 1909 made Homestead Entry I -------
j Serial No.00033.: for WV olNW"and NK the Banner 10 beautiful, high tinued and the silence so oppressive -, p.. l ..; ,, ; !,' i, L. it-

o1SWS1:land,614 Section west, Tallahassee 28, Township Meridian 1 north has, grade, embossed, colored Easter We d6 that the leader finally looked.., A. R., Wells Sales Agent:
all different. ,
of Intention to make final cards,
.; the silence was so
Commutation proof, to establish claim to this because we want you to know up to see why .vwwwww ,
. J,i e land above described* .before the cards we carry.If prolonged, and what Mr. Carnegie -:
1' I! \\erkldo' the Circuit Court at Vernon, the high-grade : '
'assorted his astonish-- Jty
on the Slat day of-March, 1911. you prefer beautiful was doing. To k'A .

WiftbeiS',01 CIt1manr. name Vernon as witnesses, Florida: Arthur,, John, cards, say so when' you,write. All ment Mr. Carnagi was not there; Far '
klnes atson".Malachi Jenkins, Charlie. Jens we ask;is that'you. send, us this he had tiptoed out of the room I jMl i1izerWorks., : .
of -
Ureenbead, Florida. advertisement and 4 cts., stampsor _HBH.M ( S W .WBl MMM
Ed_.fee paid.' > HENRY;:. .a., CHUBB.. 'Register( money, to cover postage. Address The Mississippi is trying. to .' JACKSONVILLE.. ,FLA.tI : i :

Johnstone Post Card Co., float Arkansas. ...............;........;...... i,' ./,..;_ir ..i..I1.;: ..'..'.........
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n. Personal IT Michael Angela entered Raphael's ] 1owIiTopics.: : IT

studio,and seeing paintingof '

Joe Payne of Pinelocr, was in which the figures and scenes Straw hats are now in season. THE '

town Tuesday. were too contracted, he wrote
Spring that
began yesterday; "
J. W. Bowen was in town a few I the single word "ampins"-larger bejng the. date of the. Vernal FJBSTs : "
'I fuller. That oQe word 'mark- equinox. : H .. :: :
hours Saturday. ed the turning point in the paint .. ,.. : ., is '
.! S. W. Bush'was minding.- -with I I er's career. He began to projecthis A light'show rof rain -barely k. thing to consider in depositing money in a bank ,

friends here Friday.' enough to settle,the dust--fell the depositors
work on a nobler scale.; He security. The capital and surplus are :
Attorney Bludsworth of DeFu- let himself go, and won an' immortal Sunday evening. ,' protection fund. The ;

niak was in town yesterday. name in the realm of art. District Conference of the M.

', Make room for success. Provide E. Church will be" held with the I' :' ::
L. W. Ennis has been on the ATIONALgovernment '
space for it. Open your nat- Chipley church April 16-17.
sick list a few'days this week. '.. r
ure. Enlarge your gifts. Cre- Coleman has ',:->
Tom sold his interest this bank. :
'Attorney Buell Cook spent a superintends and examines
ate a suitable atmosphere, and in the furniture business ""
', few hors at Vernon Monday. willtcome. not always ,went :
It will responsible
success of Ennis & Coleman, to,Mr. ,Pelt. Our stockholders and directors are
'"W. F. Lee of Holmes county, come in the form of wealth, I ': .'
The 0 O. F bad of < business men. This
L a bunch
business in it will
'.. transacted here Mon some way come. .
,0, "He that hath (the giving and the candidates for initiation Monday "
; day.Mrs. serving spirit) to him ,shall be night. Ask Tom Ililey,about it. BANK '-
: A. I. Miller visited with "bo tell!"
'and he that bath not from
given, ,
friends at Bonifay one day this
,week. him shall be taken even 'that Saturday was "Veterans Day"at has been established over 5 years during which

wbtch he hath/' the Florida. Chautauqua,. and time it has served the banking public faithfully and '
B./F. Swindle was in town Saturday -
Well number of the 'Old Confeds"
sang our Quaker poet: quite a '
bringing a bale of cotton went from here. built up a large and prosperous business. The best
"We shape ourselves the joy or fear ':
to market. Of which the coming life is made, Another% shipment of.hats justin .service possibles, none too good for our country'

W. L. Hill of the U. S.,land of- And fill our future's atmosphere .
at:the Misses Richardson's;; customers and the people of : .
With sunshine or with shade. '
fice at Gainesville, was in town
came too late tqr the opening[ so .

,?:yesterday.' The We tissues weave of with the colors life to all be our own, you are invited, to call see them. C ,R I P LEY ::"i '

Dr. Wilson spent ,Saturday And in the field Of.destiny At last the old wooden, tank ,

at DeFuniak, mingling with the We reap as we have sown."-Ex. which has been used to store the

boys of the 60s. I .. ... I ,
water for Chipley's water works
Mrs. G. A. Patton of Ap 1achi- B. F. Waller of the Pinelog for feveral years, was torn down r
section has moved to this com; .
cola, is here visiting her sister Saturday. ,
Mrs. J. M.: Sapp.E. munity he having purchased Improved farm machinery is When they coin half-cents, pep- ,t
south of Tiller
home just town. Dr. requests us to say will have
with half-cents
M. Pender left Tuesday for Oscar Parker postmaster at to those who may wish to' have one of our Dunn-Coleman long suits; see Co.our dis- pie money. ,

a short visit with relatives and Macom, spent a day here last dental work,done, that his officewill : play. Dunn-Coleman Co. have the

_, friends at Sneads.J. week. Mr. Parker expects to be closed Monday the '27th.. This weather is getting bedistressin2' prices on Planters and Distributors. '

W. Grant of ,Hartford, Ala., have a this large crop of Elberta He wilt"be out of town. If rain don't come See them. .'. .'

was a business visitor here Friday peaches, year.- We doff our bats .to' the exchange before long the-droughth will be .. T .

'., ,and Saturday.State's T. J. Washington and wife left which"printed this spring disastrous Grinding Dayri. "
this week for Birmingham, Ala., ,, !tj
Attorney C. L. Wilson where they will make,their home., poem: Why don't you, put a good fence Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
.V7e .
... andson, of Marianna, spent a few They made the trip in Mr. Wash- : ., ,, .?..,- around your farm; we have the of each week is griding ,
hours, here. Friday. ington's automobile. ,DeSpise." '",; _' wire; come see us about it.. Dunn days at the Chipley Grist Mill.
*. Coleman M. MORRIS. Prop.Q9999OOO9Q9QQO9QOQQO9QQOO99QOO999999QOOOOQO9OO9OQ9QQ ., '
Miss' is
Annie Berry, 'who doing
County Supt. B.F, Gainer,was Flies; ,
a millinery business at Grand
up from Wausau and spent the ,Ridge, was here few days last I
tittle.Miss Auralie Dories: entertained .
day here yesterday. week; she returned Monday accompanied -. 1

.' A._. J. by, her father. I about.tbirty of her litr
Cant. Gav was un from '
-- -- --
-r tie friends Saturday afternoon I How to be Happy :
"Panama L A. Hutchison family '
City spent Judge and
and .a day or from 3 to 5 o'clock; the occasion :
two first of the week.' of Vernon, moved to Chipley ,
honor'of" ,
being her
last week and occupy the home .;
. Mrs. T. A. Dekle of Campbell- purchased of T. L. Wells. Judge birth day. VariOus little games I Though Married. ;

ton, spent' .dav here with the Hutchison and family will receivea were played and dainty refreshments :

home-folks last week. cordial welcome, among us. "
was served. She received :
Fix up a nice, comfortable home ,_ [
," Miss Ethel Farris of Elba, Ala. Rev..Clyde Johnson ot Marianna numerous little presents as 'mementoes
held his regular semimonthly af the occasion. select the girl of choice
is here visiting with her sister, .. your alwaysbe
services at the Presbyterianchurch
, Mrs. L A. Hutchison. Sunday morning and evening The many friends thereof Miss' pleasant and curteous, and purchase

/ ) Master of trains Monroe Camp- being greeted by good Grace Banks will be interested in

bell'of Pensacola, was here Monday congregations-, .each service. the following announcement, received your

and spent the day. Frank A. Franks, of Peoria, by the Banner this week: Staple and Fancy Groceries
111., who is visiting his daughter, Mrs. Mary L. Baeks
G. B. chairman
Bush of the Mrs. E. M. the of her
Sesspms, south of announces marriage daughter,
.' school board in short t > ..-FROM '
town I
was a Bonifay, was a visitor in the city Eleanor Graceto I i iI iI iI
while Saturday morning.Mrs. Thursday, and a pleasant callerat >>
the Banner office. He expressed Maurice Errol Eldrldge, < > W. W. HARVEY
Geo. W. Watts and children i
the Ninth of
himself Thursday
as being favorably im- on day March i iI
visited with relatives.at Ma- pressed with. this section of the nineteen hundred and eleven. i>
rianna first of the week. country. 738 Hlgh'Street. 1I 1I I > FREE DELIVERY.oococcooooccooooccceccccooccccccocoocooococoeocQooo.
San Francisco.I
Attorney Arthur McGeachy of I II

Milton, spent, a day or two here PINE LOG. I '

first:,of the week with homefolks. James Payne spent Monday at .. --, (i,
Vernon.A. -*"----i: :;i.'o." "
J. M. '' : F
Attorney Sapp, spent aday .1''f' r

,, or two at Vernon this week I W. Potter and.two sons, vis- JFACTURING CO., ,
attending to matters of legal impor :- ited A. W. Payne Sunday. _

; A. W. Payne and Geo. Gainer I
I attended church at Perch Pond Fari-riiiig so..
E. Cbesnut, one of the pro Sunday. I

'perous farmers living west oA, Geo. F. Gainer and family vis-

Holmes. creek, was in town Fri I ited'with relatives at Greenhead,

da Sunday.- I We promptly obtain U.8.and torctgn'A I

B. W. Berry spent Sunday ,i I! Everything Is getting,on fine It

//C the vicinity of .Milton prespecting here. Spring is here; the trees ion
are getting on their new dresses,
but lie was not favorably im- and the old Pinelog mosquitoesare I
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pressed. beginneng to bite. No one ,. < euSmodel,(Koooa or plotoctlimrtioDtoHi ,
'M1 i free report on patcntahl llty. For free I
W..O. Butler, Jr, is in MdrSt I has planted anything yet on account a < HowtoSecureTDfinC .RS
I nMiir-lVl ,
iz y < PaknU.ndllf
of the dry weather. Fish .. +
gomery, for a day or two; having are biting very-well now. ' ., ,oI'iti, .c-w:. :: "

gone: there to have his eon's eye's .. ." -,1:: > f u s,1
treated. ; s 5
Call in and,see'our'line of En- Plows Plow Gear.; Hames, 1"
"J, C. Sinclair came over from amel ware. Dunn-Coleman Co.' C l Of' '[Opposite U. S. Patent
: : and all'other'things
of the k
.liis new location in Louisianaan; .
Ladies,come see' our line of
is;spending this week 'here wit 'You will find stock
his family.- dainty lads and embroidary. our complete and prices right.
The Misses Richardson.
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Wyatt Parish, a prosperou

; naval stores operator of the western Just 40 received bu. Unknown Peas Page Steel Wire Fencing is, one of our specialties.
11 t part of the; county, was i Id '

"town". Saturday. >< at Schell's. We have it in, all widths. See us befpre buying.DunnColeman, v

tank When death occurs a coffin or ,
: Kates a prosperous
farmer near Bonifay, spent" Sat; casket is required; we have :them ..
urday here pn' business. Mr. Co. ; Co.

Kates was a welcome visitor at The Misses, Richardson. call the

the Banner sanctum., He has, ..attention of the ladles to the line A. G. AAcQUAGGE, ''General
been regular subscriber to thy of Hair Goods they have just received. 1 Manager.

Banner for more.than 20 years./ '


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