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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: April 6, 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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PIRE -' ', ,' A Busy Place., NOTICE.The Bible Day Proclamation., .The county school' board and t

Few people have any idea of *city tax books are now Governor* Gilchrist 'has \ssuedthe the board of county;>> commissioners -

, the amount of business done by open. .: Your taK s-are due. following recommendation' : were' in regular'montbly" ,!. ,
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INSURANCE the A D. Campbell Fertilizer;' W ALT R Qpoic, Whereas,, Sunday,. April '23, meetlner. Monday.' t S 1 .

Factory. Ii will interest anyoneto ) .' City Tax Collector. 1911, has been set aside as the In addressing,an envelope l why i"'"' \ :: :

'" !I' F. B. CALLAWAY, .Afent.i visit.this busy little enterprise \ three hundredth anniversary'of;' not'vrite, the! name, of the post- t .i," ;"

i "Dug" and'his assistant, Andrew Pull for Washington county! the publication of the authorized officebefore, that of,the add resse? :.1 "

,I am pleased to tell the .people of Harper, are'kept busy as is thetberhelp We have the soil and the climate or lQog'Ja mes edition of,.' the, English -, The average' address ,of a letter '. h.:::

Chipley and vicinity that I have pur- :' \ and various other advantages Bible; andWhereas sis read twice to .the addresser's .
:rchaaed the insurance b4 siness of Buell I which 'will justify best 1 !
'He bad made and delivered up our en- The publication'' of once.. The change, woeld save.

I {R Cook.I represent onlx the very best com- April 1st, bout 700 tons of his deavors, in this direction. this inestimable!! book has done the' postoffice and other mail .

panies-those time tried and Are test- 'now well-known. fertilizers, and The farm journals are advising more for the elevation mankind 'clerks time, after they.gotaccus-; t., yr

'.ed. If you are not Insured, I would be the season ,is ,not nearly over'yetHe the farmers' to bold .the bal- and of wpmankind than the pub fomed''.to'.it. t '

glad to write you a policy. has 'a well 'equipped' and ance of their cotton till the middle licationof, all other books, combined r

The value of insurance cannot be up-to-date machine. for .mixing,:' of May or/first 'of. June, de- ; DR. T. G. RATES I, .1
rated. Ask a man/who own a policy ,
if he will sell itl! "Th savings ot a for sacking I etc.} go see- it for claring that then the holders will Therefore, I, Albert W, 'Gil- With T.WfiNTY YEARS' I ,

lifetime may be.wiped but in a few yourself; they will take pleasure" be asked: "What will' you take christ, eoverhor of the* 'state of EXPERIENCE as an .t

,I". minutes. Not BO,,if you are insured* .in showing you around. for your cotton: We do not Florida; do hereby 'recommen l EYE SPECIALIST '

Therefore I would, advise you to Hurrah for'"Dujj" and his enterprise pose as a judge of such things, that Sunday.' April '23 1911, be WILL BE .A.T. ., It

place your insurance with me. ; may his business con- but if-we ha'd cotton, we would observed'in the various' churchesby I .O..Wilson's Office. i:' P',

tinue to grow. not bold it, at present prices. such special services 'as maybe : I 'IN CHIPLev. .. ,
I. F. B. Callaway deemed appropriate. From,ELEVEN to SIX o'c .-ck
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; ,for that new dress for your house pricelike everything> else we sell, HAY-$1 per 100'at the '* '13lr PenaacoliC:' office 'Is Room No 410. '

Send in your subscription., Dunn-Coleman Co. the, lowest.<< Dunn-Coleman. Co. Postmaster J.-P. Schelil ,. filount BuhIdInzhr .. .j

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WALTB R w. dONBB. Bdltrr.Ea told a bunch of Chicago, newpa- 'aLXJtJJ.JCJLXAJHJI.JLJ.JlT_............"., ', .. I .

\.red at the po,toffic at Chipi.y.Fl*.. t. per melt er day, to come '. ;, '0
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advertletntrates, the, North. If you do 'To'li 't. : us & show the goods which broadens our.fame. -,< .;rye''. ::/

Communication*} on 1 Jive 1 ,' topics eape die. Your clothing must be : 1
dally of local Interest,' are solicited. It lighter and therefore less ': that they look and'see ::;, ;>.;> ;i it i;"
,ls understood, however, that the publish- < expen- ,B ,ring your children with, you' ... may ''''.f'I' ': .., "( .
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opinions expressed by correspondent to speak of and you can, allow. _, '" EJ;,:re some false'one deceives them when they should happy be,,'',\:\,, .: ,;':>'-,;;; ,
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In the county, and will make liberal ar out"of doors the year-round. ..' 'j ;

ranicements. with the rlurt, parties. "Believe\ 'm e, the South is the '. 'L4'mmallcllm ive and let live prices to you Is'best of all. ,.::,.,..'>," < ; :' I.I'

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to'be the richest part of the.Jnite4 r .' : ,:,4-
,"Buffalo Bill" wants tolasRoari.Arizona .,,. IT} not until have met the test; ',: .
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.. Men of the prominence ot Mr., I E yerything we offer-is'the very best. ,

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Clark can be 'great benefit, to I' .
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bilities. Their words, are sent end us your, patronage as you ,
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read by such people.as we would '
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shave move to-the South ; Come do your trading with us;
that it is going to do to the .Unit-' I -... .

-. ed..States.o o ur clerks will-surely treat you'right, '
'.. .. The Growing. South.

The Postmaster General .de- The Southern States have gained -

clares that the postal savings more in population. in- the. last I 1 .

banks are a success and has ordered thirty years than Canada bas pea

the of. another bank in each ple in her entire dominion, and I Millionaires are unhappy, according 8c:

state. ,marvelous. as.has been the development to Carnegie. Like to try

'f r of the country of the < far it for'awhile,, and see how painfulit \ "

I .'The.J I fine record; made j by Gov.* I north, that of our own Southlandhas I it.is to know we had a's much as "Wash-Day Goods.
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Woodrow 'Wilson as a progres- far exceeded it. j' several-weeks' pay, .in Ad"ance.- ,
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) him as probable candidate. ,for.. upon has during' The/. following from the South
years, made the you can tell what they are.
President. progressIn Florida, Sentinel, is well said: 0

.. agriculture, in manufactures s, "There is no"business that,man 'My Goods has Stood the Test ,for 27 Years.

\ Reports from Mexico! state, that in ,the opening-up of her mines, Can engage in, considering* the I keep up with the new things, andI

I 'peace negotiations'are in ,.prog forests, and mulls and general, amount of capital invested, that hold fast to the goodgldones."
trade as has the South, ,
ress, and it'is hoped that, a laSt- returns such meager compensation r When need ''wasbday" -
you ,
The increase. in her population ,
ing based on al':: 'constitu as the"priQti business.
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,during that time has been exceedingly goods, I seep them
tional government will" 'soon be Some people go to selling SOUV-!

established.. -.-' great, and yet it has enir post cards', and in a' short I for you. j

i .. ,/ bad the# opening, up; the giving while ride in an' automobile. The My stock of Hardware,

'" I ng aw r'to homesteaders, ofjjiilioes man in the' .printing businesses ''

In1,the special session} of congress of acres'of: land. in the Westto lucky it he gets a carriage ride Ranges, Stoves, Sash and'

which convened 'Pnesda'the ; contend. with. ''in that period; ,, one Sunday each ''month.- -.--- Doors, Coffins and Cask-

Democrats ,have amajorttyot: time. 7OTICB ets, Guns and, Ammunition -

sixty-five in the House, and much The statistics of the two last First Judicial Circuit of Florida, Dynamite. Crockery

interest is i being shQwai'- in : the I censuses fixed upon the mind of Consolidated Circuit Court Naval of Stores Washington County,. Glass ware, Enamel ware

legislation they will try to i '
pass the nation the steady growth of Company a Coprporatlon
Sewing Machines
especially repealing the tariff. I the South, proved to the world J. W. Mlnson vs., B. F. Land, :\ Paints,

.. I its, attractiveness to those in pur- Clarissa .I and.'his wife BultreasBfaxtonherhusband, -. Oil, ,Jap-a-Lac, Farming
Annie I!: Uraxtftn -
When Attorney General ,, Park suitpf, fortune,-or of independence ,I Utensils, Picture Frames. "
Annie Lucile Forehand
Trammell gets through the gubernatorial accompanied 'with .health, Thomas W. Griffith and J (made to order) and

and the since the last census Levis. Orlffllth. his w fe. Last but not least, '
race his beantifunlocks,!;) .i year The defendants Tnomas VV. Griffith

will resemble' those .of one Mr. was taken has strongly ac : and Lovla Griffith, h's wife, are. hereby Fishing Tackle that's: "tit for. fishing{
to t.beblllfiled In this
required to'appear ,
Sampson when one Miss Delilah centuated the currentof,, popula- case on the 2Yth day of April, A. D. 19J1. -
tionthat: steadily.flows from the This ordet to be oubllshe/l once a.week. & l will be pleased to serve you.
got through wingo them, face- four,consecutive weeks. In the Chlpley
tiously remarks tie! Jacksonville J northern: states to,' become permanently Banner a weekly new'lpII.pel1\Jubllshed at YOURS TRULY,
Cot pley, Washington county; Florida/j
Mbtropolis.w fixed as settlers in the Witness ruv hand and jhe seal of this
i South. Court this 20th day of March, .&. D. 1011. i C. HORNE
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I.( : I Clerk: of the Circuit Court
Experts who are called to give II < tory x / of Washington Uounty. ,
I, ', ( Court. J Florida f -g
Foreign missionaries\ thata
evidence.based on their supposed say 11
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superior knowledge seem to Million Chinamen are starving Deputy C'lerk'. ,
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have a remarkable facility in and that it will'take a million dollars NOTICE. ."

' I making their expert knowledge to give even temporary re- Notice Is hereby given that I, Minnie Palmer ,College

harmonize with the views of the lief. This n'Dpportunity for L. Jones, as guardian: over the persona _
and estate of Mabel Jones, .Myrtly Jones
people who them That Uncle Andie to show his charitableness Minerva R. J6ncif and l'earlUonee. minors DeFuniak Springs Fla. '
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.explains why the experts on both bystriking, out a few su-- Judge vWashlnRton; county,' Florida! at A Christian school for ,
hlsofllce m Vernon, said perfulous libraries and larger than
sides of.a case usually contradict donatinga I t before.> Strong of ever
10th day of A uril, A D. JDU, for authority corps teachers. Large and well
k, ', each other. few of his boarded millions tothoae'starving as guardian of Raid minors to,sell at Ings. Two dormitories. Good board. equipped school buUd- 1
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f I ,i. T.. : !! Chinamen. .. Interest: right and tttlo In and to t.he'fo\\ eratev. Gymnasium; Tennis, another out door exerclaea. mod- ;
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t .. lowing described lots or parcels of -land
ery The"Punta Gorda Herald as- situated ln> the town ot Chl iep. W sh- 'Spring Term Begins Feb. 'Ii -,
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:; suresu3'that, '''W. A. Blount, ..ismen. The information is given Out 17 and 18, according to-bounded oIC 'thetown A splendid time! for pupils,to enter. ,
.of Lhlpley, and on' the Will be admitted '
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4one Florida's great ." that mobilizing our north bY' Watta,,Avenue 'pu the cast by ior hlch they are prepared. By entering now time any -
' '' theMexican I Sixth street on the soiuh by'an' Alloy education. will be saved in
ps.on' We would
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.. freely gbant, it and we insist and on the west by Lot Mo. II). .the said \ attention to the fact that classes taught '
that he is great in himself, bis threefold! First-Notice to I two lots being'formerly occupied byC. J! by the regular Academy faculty are being
deceased, (as, his'home- In the m 7th alid
8th students
i Whltehum grade thus by this special attentionVnteri fu"
all1 nations that United States ,
mind and his character while the. said town Of Chlpley.Thla .. be for the ingr now they could t
.. prepared academy next
Marc )..191| I year.
is'mindul
of the Monroe doctrine ,
soma<< others are only great be- -I AlfsNiB!,Ij. Jomcs, For further information and catalogue,
causethey have been clothed in and of its obligations there- i .As Guardian. addrelJl.

greatness as a cloak that may be under. Seconds-Constructive NOTICE. Rev. Lynn R. Walker President

stripped from the shoulders by a notice.to Mexico that this 'couh- Notice" is'hereby 1 given that ''I, J'. It. Prof. 0. 0. Fisher Principal. "

blast of wind or a sudden revelation try is concerned as to the.up Green and estate, Jr., as of guardian Clifford over T. .Green the persons Maa

; of that which has been covered )holding,of law' and 'order,. .aiid Green[ and J. Milton.Oreen: minors that ex. iH x =f'I.z..4 w AI y .. ,
shall apply, to the County'Judge; 0'1
by'the./:lotb of office. But i protection American rights* jn Washington: county Florida! at his office
i In VernOn, said the. 10th. f. 413iY -
county on 'dayofAbrii
vlexlco. Third-Notice to all "
does it follow, that we desire the ,Ap,1911forauthorityasguardlau ; HEAD '
great to serve us? Is it not plain the world that while the' ,American of said minors to 'sell at public or I INN '
j,, private sale.for cash all of the Interest, .
I we rather prefer the little and army is small it is aneasily: right and title. of said minors In. and to E. M. NEWMAN. oprfelor. '
the following described! lots or parcels of
those of pliar/t}will and pregnant .'handled and: effective' fighting land situated Jn' the town of Chipley., Boy Head '
Florida
nachfrie. Washington county; Florida! ,, to-wit ,
knee? Ill fares: the'people'thatjjtefers Lots. Noa. 17 ..milS. according to the plat
' ? those depending ot the town of Chlpley, 'and bounded! Mecca of the Tourist Angler
.upon
Sportsman.rJJatcs
the north by Watts AVfe&ue, on the east .
circumstances for greatness; "Walk a.mile: before breakfast by Sixth: street on the south by"an Alley '.S'A.M.. ."..........?
and on the west Lot No. 19, the said '
: V', poor 'Is that, .land which must and scare up an appetite," advises two lots being formerly bY 'Occupied by C. J. :i Per Day .Newley Furnished
VVhltehurst.. .deceased, as his home I In- the .{ Find Boating
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make the of ita doctor. to
greatness 8088- a Many a man, said town ofChlpler.Tbu .- $i.XKandi.so {' Good Table. }

the truly-great make themaehrea. walk farther than that to scare ; March, ,1911. \ and' Bathing.
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Bible 'Day Prociamation. The county school board and ..
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A Place '
Busy
x the of county commission
I FIRS board _
'Few' people .1 have-.any 'idea. of city tax books are now Governor Gilchrist has issued 'ers. were. in 'regular. ..monthlymeetinfir .
J due. the following recommendation: (
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Your taxes-are \0 '
the amount,of business done by open. "" <<; :Monday..
WALTER COOK, WhereaTs, Sunday. April" 2?,. ti
INSURANCE. the A. D. Campbell Fertilizer .Inaddressinganenvelope '.
City Tax Collector. 1911, has been set aside as 'the i why

Factory. It will interest.anyoneto three huddredth ''anniversary of not wrjtethe, name of the post-.

F. B. CALLA WAY". Agent.I : visit this busy little enterprise"Dug" Pull for Washington county!! the publication of the authorized office,before that of the addressejThe .

I and his assistant, Andrew 'We' have'the Boil.and,the. climate of King James edition of the Eng-' average address of 'a letteris
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am pleased to tell the people of Harper, are kept busy' as is the and various other advantages lish'Bible'and ; read twice. to the addresser a
and vicinity, that I have purchased I
Chlpley other help best endeavors ti nl\of The change would save
the insurance business of Buell wtiich .will justify our Whereas; The p.ublic' once.'
He had made and delivered up in this direction. this inestimable book has done the postoffice and other mail
Cook.
I represent only the very 'best companies April 1st, about 700 tons of his advis- mope for the elevation of mankind 'clerks time after they gotatcus-
and The farm journals are '
well-known fertilizers, .
time tried and ire:( test- now th'e''piitrlication'of tomed it.
-those than : to
bold the bal and of womankind .
ed. If you'are not insured,- I would be the season is not nearly over v'et. ing the farmers to other boots corn-1 \ .
all
their lottori till the middle .
glad to-write you a policy. He has a .well equipped and anceof 'I. -

The value of insurance cannot be up-to\date, 'machine for mixing, of May or first of June, declaring bined; JR.T.\ ., G. YATES,
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who a policyif the holders will Therefore, ,1., Albert W. .
rated. Ask a man owns for sacking, etc; go see i( for that then 'WlthiTWKNTY: YEARS'
he will sell Itl' The saving ot a will take pleasure: be asked: "What will you take cbrist, governor of the1' sfa'te pjf EXPEKIENCE as"an'. .
lifetime may be wiped out In' a few yourself; they do recommendthat SPECIALIST I
cotton?" We" 'do not Florida, hereby EYE ,
minutes. Not so, if you are insured. in. showing you around. far your Sunday April 23, 19'il, tie Witt BK AT '
Therefore I would advise, you to Hurrah for "Dug"" and his( .enterprise pose as a judge of such things, .
in'the various churches Wilson's Office. .
place your insurance with me. his business continue but, if we had cotton, we would observed Dr..
; may services "''ad': may rIN CMIPLJBV
such special\
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hold it at present
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to,grow. ) appropriated' .: ." From ELEVEN to SIX,.o'e .ck

F. B. Callaway, .. Waggons and* buggies' ; well} be deemed. .... ... 1') / First 'Tuesday In Each Month..

and thebest, made, too; .the .
We want to furnish the paint yes; 1 'I3r Examinations FREE.
insurance Agent, 4 else sell HAY-$1 per 100 at tie 'barn.. v4lOlilount ,
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L for that new dress tor.ybur houseDunnColeman priceli.ke everything we yMy, Penoacola office Is Room <

Co. J the lowest. Dunn-Coleman Co. See,.Postmaster .J.P SqhelL. ,.IU'; UIJlldtnK

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Hon. Champ;: Clark proved American : ,
PUBLISHED KVKftY TSqJ&lDAY. and this section I Styles of

At Cblpliy_ F1st.I '." ..'\. pelf, a booster did New fine o'f Spring \ ,;". I .}.

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ONE YEAR...... .. .. .... .... .... ..1.00 "The South, is the place, and A nd be convinced, 1 1 t
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SIX MONTHS' ,..... .... ... .. .... ."., ,50 advice} is to go there. You I, tJl.
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apptkatkatd Nortb. If do yo'li the goods which % ;
i AdvertUtnr rate*laftlahed DO :.. I tbe; ,you Measure for us to show (
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Communication: on live topic especially with you that they may ', "l 'i".
of local Interest are solicited. It lighter'and therefore less, expensive B ring your children '
understood, however, that the publishof be. t \\IV; .
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U'HK: UANNKR will not be responsible ; you won't haveto, buy deceives them when they ," :t\j\ ,
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for opinions expressed by correspondents.TTK to speak of ,and you can allow E 'Ie.some ,: : ..jt;( "

horses and cattle to graze this take heed lest he fall, for .,': {'hJ. "( j ,
: JlANNiti wants a live.representa : your t- everyone who reads ; ,0 ;j;,'
tive and correspondent at ever postofflc out of doors the year. round. : :::::1,":'': ,
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and will of all. S' j.
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In rangements with the rlart parties.' "Believe me, the' South is the Live and let live prices to you is best < ".".. '.", '''"' ,
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= ) poor man's land and you'll live to J!, .L'
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THURSDAY. April 6 ,t \\iffl\1j\ ,
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opportunities offer of its possibilities. would like us do. ., ,? ,. \ c .'ikl ,k .I:.
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., when it hears' of all the thing "have move to the South, C ome do :your ,trading with us; v- "

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Qur clerks will surely treat you right, I
States. '
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The Southern. States have gained .. Xi. .
General declares
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that the postal savings I
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banks are'a success and has or-, thirty years '

s dered'the of another bank in each pie i in,'her entire dominion, and Millionaires are unhappy, according .J

"t marvelous as has been the development to Carnegie ; Like to try \

state.I .. -. of the country of the far it for a while and see.bow painful. Goods. "
FFashDay
north, that of our own Southland it is,to know we bad as much as 1
made Go .
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The fine
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has far exceeded several par .

:Woodrow Wilson as 'a propfes-? Not a country that ',,tbe'sun I, '. -:--. When things are put through the wash"you \ ,,'
has given strength
,site Democrat the last,1 i'I'he '
during South '
shines bas : from the
upon following -
what
candidate for can tell they Ii'
him probable ,a.ej'
to as .i'
# forty years, made the progress Florida Sentinel], is well said: ,
ti: 'President. Goods has Stood the Test for 27 Years.,
'\ '. ;p ,agriculture. }In' manufactures: "There is no'business' that a man My "

in the opening. of her mines: can engage in; considering the E I keep up with the'new things, and jj *' y' ?i 5
statetha
Reports from 'Mexico forests' and' mills, and general amount of capital invested, that I hold fast to.. the good old ones., J i. ,,,,i; '(.,..u1: ( '

peace negotiations are in progress trad'rs.6as.' .the South.'Ibei.ucxease'in returns such meager compensa '; huh When you need "washday" -

., ; and it is hoped that a ,last- her populatiousingthat the business. \ a
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., tion' as printing I goods I ieep'them
constitu-
ing peace, based'on 'a time, :, has! been exceedingly ,| Some people g6 to selling souvenir ,

; tional'government 'will soon be ; \ great, apd yet it has post c a rds,and in a .short I for you.' '

established.: while ride in an automobile. The My stock of Hardware,
.. had thie opening, up, the giving, 5S' .
business i is !t III5S' Wl
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of mil-:
homesteaders and
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itag.,away to carriage ride Ranges, Stoves, .
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In the special session of can- Jioes of acres of land in the West one Sunday each month.., Doors, Coffins and Caskets -

.gr\ ,ss which convened I:'Tuesday; ; contend, with, in that perjod Guns and" Ammuntlion -: \.

tbe.Democrats have amajorityosixtyfive of,time. .... .. NOTICEFirst I 5
two last Judicial Circuit of Florida, Dynamite, Crockery' :fi|
: i in the.House,.and much. The statistics of the : '
Circuit Court of Washington.County
interest is ,beingshown in the censuses fixed upon the mind of Consolidate' Naval Stores] Glass ware, Enamel w'are I

legislation they-will try .to'' pass,. the, nation the steady growth of Company a vs.Coprporatlon. Sewing Mac'Mnes. Paints, t

especially repealing the tariff., the South, proved to the world J. W. Hlnaoni Land, ,B his, F wife.Laud, Oil, Jap-a-Lac, Farming;'I,

'S Si : its attractiveness to those in per; Clarissa Apace R: Jlraxton, liur- Utensils. Picture I 'Francesmade II
J of independence 'roes Urax ton, her husband
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'When Attorney General Parla I,suj: of fortune: or ; Annie Lucile Forehand, ( to order) and q
accompanied with health 'Thomas W. Griffith and I
'Tram eU gets thrpugh; .Jhe gubernatorial ; Levla Urlfflith, his Wife. Last but not least,
last
and the year since the census The defendants Tnomas 'W. Griffith t
racehfsbeautifullockl I
04 : taken has strongly: accentuated and Levla CirltHth* h's wife are hereby Fishing Tackle that's "tit 'for'fishiij.' S '
'will resemble those- of one M{, was required to appear to the bill.tiled In this
.the. current: of population ase on t.he.2tlth day of April, A. IX 1011.
Sampson, when one, Missi.Delilah -This order to be published once week, ? .ff\ will be pleased to serve you. '

.gof.througb mowing ,them, facetiously .. that steadily" flows' ,' from the four consecutive weeks. In published the Chlpley; YOURS TRULY
a'weekly newspaper ,
northern states to become permanently Banner '
remarks the Jacksonville. Chlpley; Washington county Florida.
I fixed as se.ttlers'i'n the Witness ruv hand and the seal of this
Metropolis. .. \ Court this 20th day of March, A, D.''1011.aX R. C. HORNE'
., S'iiiL: -.->.- (Signed) 'VV. C. LOCKEr, \
.' b" J .1 .. ( <-Copy' .Clerk: of'the Circuit Court
aForeign'miss'ionaries "
{( Sal of > of Washington County,
". .Experts who are called to' give ( Court, 1 Florida. \ g
say that ..:....__ Bv B. A. IlKMIIIlILL: 1
; evidence based on- their supposed starvingand Deputy.C'lerk.:

i ,superior knowledge seem to a Million'Chinamen that-it 'will take a are million dollars ,NOTICE.' I tI
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itmakingtheir
remarkable Palmer
have* a facility :
: to give even temporary relief. Notice la hereby given that I, Minnie College )
expert knowledge for L. Jones as guardian over the: persons! ..
of' This is an opportunity of Mabel Jones, -Myrtly Jones
harmonize with the views the and estate .
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) 'charitableneasby Minerva R. Jones and Pearl Jones minors DeFuniak Springs Fla. '
Uncle Andie to show his > : 't
people who engage them That that 1 shall apply to the County : .
striking out a few su- Judgo of Washington county, Florida, aJ; A Christian school for ,
; explains why. the experts on both hla", office In Vernon said county on the / boys and girls. Attendance ,eve
; usually contradict perfulous,)\ibraries and donating, 10th day of April A I). 1011\ for authority before. Strong corps of teachers. Large and well equippedSchool bqlW-
ides of.a case
> millions to as guardian of said minors to soil at' Ings. Two dormitories Good
board.
t each other. a few of his hoarded public or prlviitrtoale( for rash ajl of thenterest Careful ovcr.lght. Expenses I niob/.
those'starving Chinamen... tight and title 111 and to the following en &\ Gymnasium; Tennis and other out door exerciaea. I thl.
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, rhe .. described lots' or parcels of land '
situated In'the. town or Chlpley. Washington Spring Term Begins Feb. ,1 ri.r:I \
Punta Gorda Herald aq- county; Horlda, to-WIt: Lots Nos t 2nd. : \
.information 'given out 17 and 18 according to of (the A
' a The bounded splendid time| for pupils to enter. claSes
sur.es us that W. A. Blount is town 'of -'hlpley; and on the Will be Emitted to any' -
S great men."" that the objebt of-mobilizing- our north by Iyptta:'Avenue, on the east by for which" they are prepared. By entering now time will be savedJn
'. 'one of Florida's the 'south- an Alley
border Sixth street on by education We would call special
it and insist troops' on the Mexican' Bud on the west by Lot) Ho. '19, the said attention to the fact that classes taught
i, We freely gbant; we First- two lots.bolnsc formerly occupied by C. J.WbltchurlttJ by the regular Academy faculty are being started to accommodate 7th 'and
i that her is -great in himself, his Was three-fold: States deceased, as his home In the '8th'grade students, thus by'thU special attention
S entering could ,
... all nations that the.United said town of Chlplev. ,be prepared for the now they .
I academy
while next
mind and his character This, March. ,U,'1J'1l. year. 11' ::1,
I, because is mindful of the Monroe doctrine I MINNIE; L. JONES For further Information and catalogue ,. :, I
so'me address '
others are only great 'As CJuardlan.NOTICE. i, h
and of its obligations there I I

1 they have been' clothed in under., Second--Constructive. I" Rev. Lynn R. Walker, President! '

t greatness!from a the cloak shoulders that may by be ai notice to Mexico ,that this -country Notice Is hereby given, that I,. J, ,,II. Prof. 0. 0. Fisher, Principal.;'.;., !I
stripped Green Jr., asguardian ove\' the persona
wind sudden revelation is concerned as to: the upholding and 'estate", of Clifford Fr.. Green, Jlas .
blast of or a ......
of law and order, Wand Green and J. Milton Green, minors that < -
of that which has been, covered I shall apply to the County( Judge of I .
i protection to.American, rights in Washluaton county, Florida, at his office
f I by the clotb'of office. But In Vernon, said, cftiuny\ ; on' the 10th. day BAY

'S does it follow that we desire ,the Mexico.; 'Third wbite'tb'e- Notice American to allthe of April of said, A. U minors 1911,"for to authority sell at public as guardian / or. : HEAD INNJE. :,

? Is it not plainwe world that private sale for cash all of the Interest: ,
great serve us .
to is maUIt is an easily right and title of said minors la and to J M. NEWMAN Proprietor. 'I
army "
ratber..prefe .the, "little apt the following described lots or parcels of \ Head .
I handled 'and'etY ctive fighting land situated In the town of Chlpley Boy Plor ) I
will pregnant ,
and1
those of pliant Washlns: / county Florida! tor wit: a. '
? the 'people that mach n Lots No3.;'n and 18, according to toM platt L Mecca of '
Ill fares the
.. knee? \ i i the town of Chlpley: and bounded on Tourist! Angler, Sportsman,? : :
those depending upon the north bv Watts Avenue. on the east J.
: ,ptefers .. "Walk mile before breakfast by Sixth street;on the south by an Alley "..".."..".."..ua.HnHt. .
< .,circumstances for greatness; a and on the west by Lot No. 19, the, said I

.poor is, that land which must and scare up an appetite," advises two lots being deceased formerly as occupied his home by In O.thetidtown J.Vhltehurst Rates Per Day .J( Newley Furnished [ Find Boating I

'f ''make the greatness of its sons- a doctor. Many' a'man has' to oi Chlpley. $1.00 and $1.501 Good Table. f
and Batbing.I
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9
Tola March:
5- I 'VV,;rtbe\truly" \ great make themselves., ilk'farther than that to scare ':., 1 1 .J.,.- U. OBBEW''Jr. Wt-rxypfOttrifr-, 11

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BANtf E& Why He Wanted Rf.r.no s. "
THE At a credit men's dinner one of the
TttrAns I TUB SOUTIIMN Llfll+ AND ACCIUMf

.. ..e. trwctlon Am Glad"
Ubureb D1reewrri. + _
Ippt! valley: I Yn
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M. E. Church South.-Preach I nievery iitrance JOmplany,
1st and 3rd Sunday at 11 a. m. aodp.. m. ho w.,. 4 It. C. Williams, Pastor. toM la a : Mrs Ethel Nejvllrt 01e
r Sabbath School 10 a. m. W. N. Sheata, paid. U* I Liberty Center Ind., g '
Superintendent.
h* tol4 ns, Marianna Florida.
'' ; I began to take Car- n
gEvertbpotijcordiallyinvited.Baptist sda, tfton usual,. for it has cured 11If
nights. )cUon* h.'. me, i Invite your attention to its New Line Policies aa embodying the maxi- I
I will It.
I. r. never forget
Church-Preaching every 2nd such.reacero ant cannot praise Cardui mum of practical protection: at the lowest practical price. A remarkably | f fi -

and 4th Sundav. Rev. Colller.pastor. aid, ')(,* highly for what it did i cheap contract but safe and conservative and backed by home capital.
Sabbath chooll0 a, m., K. C. Hawk, I
Snperlnteneent. gone In with me. Before began W. H. MILTON President o
Meeting Wednesday nights. ticular as : take It, I was very '
Praver Directors' *. Gammon. John MUton, W. B. Watson. N. A. BalUeU.
with. 80 color suffered great j. E. Brooks. J. M. Dillon. Js Lewis, John MUton III.

Poetofflre J JOfrfce ............ c ..; .__..It. CJM and weighed'' only cccOC CCGoCocoCoec CCOCCOCtOCCOGCCCCCOOCOCOOOOOO

hours 7:30 a. m. to. 7:00 I'm.; except right pounds. Now I have
Sundays.ry', r :. r ,anoxia "x color, do not suffer -,

Cast-bound mall closes at 10:90 a.m couldn't : weigh 125 Ibs. it Is.Machinery you, want, we have It. Write '
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West-bound mall close at 1S":1, pm.tli: Uttr.l>m t>
Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 m. told him we us for catalogue ''prices and terms.

and leaves on arrival of. the east bound. our.loso. '
t : '
mall. I asked, : MALSBY COMPANY
Sunday hours: 11:30 m., to UM p. m., to .
asi tour '
Money Orders Issued at all hours when GA.
ATLANTA
answered : M South. Forsyth Sty
office Is open, except :Sundays.:
.T p SCHBLL P. M could stand. ;
... Woman's Tonic i We sell the following well-known goods: American
7 Reach: & Dromgold, Qeiser "Peerless." sad Smith Myers & Schnier Saw
Our O1abblo B List. Ne of strong, nox- I Milts In oil sizes and capacities; Erie City# Ociser "Peerless," and ''Houston,

BA.NNEH and Bern I-weekly Atlanta Xn-Perak: mineral drugs that Stitwood 61 Gamble Undines; and Boilers ail, sizes; Challoner and Perkins
Journal per year $1.75 'I t 4BANNER f lawyers: Into your system, S Ingle Machinery; Band Saws, 'lid\'ers, (jri>Mils, "Peerless" Threshers,
York fled 'form of lead to the bottom of : *la.iers, Steam Feeds and various other Machinery Repairs and Mill Supplies.
New
and Thriceweek disputes. 1:u can furtsh--! :; ; the b $\laine..y,:; on the market and at the same
w World, per year 91.CS. # i t ttoaer.th of water. ,,1 hn's you ttone! | Y/v have ao blanch hou e.' .

BA.NNBR and Semi-weekly Times-Ms. Is'1 assigned" is purely vege- '- .-;,'... ..... .... ...;,;.._ .__....- .,' ."u....__
and Jltlzen, per year, $1.50.
n and contains no
Idea and Is
BANNER and Home and Farm per year minerals
or
which la
tl.2/\/ person or : drugs. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA.( ,, Florida State'College For Women .

When all Is perfectly safe and GAINESVIt.LI; TALLAHASSEE ,
General Dfr e.qtory. driven Into for use by old A Superior But Inexpensive Institution for C:College of Art and Science. Normal School.
? Florida'Younf'Men.j 'School of Music School of Art. School of Eapree-
I Eby aid of*a and ,may be ,
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STATEOFFICIALS.I young, lon. School of Homo Economic
: Four colleges agricultural! experiment atatloa:
the two ITiriit clasa equipment throughout. Tuition
as a tonic for
University' egtenBlop. 46 pfohMaor* and a..IBt'ree..
; informatloaaddress
for
Governor-Alber WJGIlchrtstj r \p' 'frame*ttouu without any possl ant. 80 percent ionreaaa JJlLt,( tendance last OtherezpensaJsrylov.,

Secretary of State-II. Clay Crawford. they: are harmful effect Try it ; catalogue year. Attractive address building A. A. MURPHREE and campu&.1'PruhlcM. EDWARD COMUDI. Preside.
Park Trammel 1 ter-for quits .", "
Attorney General-
Inclination

Com. ARrlcu1t.ureE.McLln.. surface! but, FARO'O HA'R:' MACHINERY' ,CO.
Treasurer-Wm V. Knott. In and

Supt. Public Instruction-W. It Holl6f. !coma _' Mttkl"i !* Major. -431 E. Bay Street

way. seized and : CooUo, vbo wept Into JASO V' L.EP. L.ORIDA._
aside. The a. an eu I Is tea man t Iq qi,IJ\tc J
C. Croom.
; Comptroller-A. tube opened .was soon after" \ .ar l Ap Everything fqr the 'nw 'mlU and
'Supreme Court-Thos. M. Shack leford, tamed ao otljeor( \ on tU ,etaff> pf QIQi
Chief ustlce; M. H. Mabry.Cler- .rt'sstal1 plaining mUU We are now aclllng
.
the case.M B. Stuurt, Ou Stw ; ,
', Railroad Commission Hudson Burr,, '- Gary iigglestou says In the well known Farquhar: ''MacMn-

Chairman; R. C. Dunn Cleric l f vr"AJudge ., ,of a Varied_ Life," bo
first judicial circuit. ". Emmett Isis assist ; himself by a certain cry direct to the user, which: means

.Wolfe Pensacola. out of the.,.. nonchalance under .Qr' and a saving to our customers.

State Sollcltar ttrst Judicial circuit-", HiFeondltloa!: eager readiness to undertake' .
Walter Keho r tbs body to- most perilous missions. Large StockEasyTerms.Send'for

r -. """- City Drug In ,recognition of some :'spe- Catalog and IP1iJ"el..
1 service pi ,that kind that
U. S. LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS. ( ,
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: \ !! him ,his,, promotion. The .
H. s.Chubb, Register,;Oalnesvllfc' Id..., .tir. t ,,if- | way In which the great boy '

Shields Warren Receiver Gaine.ville.lWASHINGTON "rcd'ar'' Ii. | did It is best told In Physicians Advise
own words.
vegetable It uiy size, Cooke,'* Stu the use of A goodlaxatlve to keep the bowels open and prevent: the poisons of undigested
water
COUNTY' OFFICERS "but you're not ao broad'q} food, from gettlnglnto 'your system..
i tceaI! The latest product ofldence is VELVO Laxative Liver
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Circuit Clerk-W. tVLetkeTrVeruon. ." Syrup purely vegetable, gentle
.County J'udRe--I. A. Hutchison Vernon "hydrogen, reliable and ;of a, ,.pleasant, aromatic. '[taste.' Velvet"'acts 'bn the liver,'hs'well'd* on the
4b.-re.alt:: I : am; answered Cooke stomach'and bowels; and Ispf the gleatest'pohsfble'efcaey' In'Constipation;:Indigestion,
Sheriff-C. G. Allen, ChTpleyi" "
Treasurer-U. B. Tiller Vernon. enough la Star."I see If you are. said Stuart,.. biliousness, sick headache;,feverishness,'collc.flatulence.. I. ; etc. Try VF 1
4Mtbon4 bla' tout as if for a boxing
fax AI !saor-J..1. William; Obtptey 1 d
tracts, la 'Try that on.1' ,,
Tax Collector-W.'B. Gainer Kcontma.Supt. "forming' donned the coat with Its tbre, I lAXATIVE
Instructlon-iB. F Gainer: ,
Public. ,_ ... .aUTKfa-tare : the collar and found it a fit. _
Wausau: .. VE
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these two of the stars Stuart
of Rejllnra.tlon.I. W. d d ar ,
Supervisor '' -. ''loads of ,"and :wear' the coat to

Gainer County EconSna.RollcltorA. D. Carmichael,' eUbJectJto Tell the people In the war UVERSYRUP

.chlpt ). beat.'' 'This to make you a major and
back: to me in a. hurry. J'U.
olllna Car ,. .
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Thos. "
County Surveyor- '- -
tomorrow.
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gives a .. 1._ .
vllle Fla, ture depen .
County Commissioners1 *, .*'
t t U tIU! o l. and especially those woo

J. M. Simmons, Chairman, Vernon changed.. the country should be provided at ,'Here'! slJal Good Slogan for
S. W. Bush Chlbley.) I ,
'lignite with A bottle ,of Cbam erlaID's 1
'B. F. Evans'VernOn. eoaL There Is no telling'when may
.1. H. Porter"Mlllvllle. f r in case of an accident or emer l ; '
: tter'
.1 Business
'u> j A' ca L Bigger'antl''B
J:T. Hlghtower, Vernon. Tbe-bead, ; ,ts most Jitoellentdn! | air oases of
School Board: 1{ 't :"O Lt" ." sprains and brfiises. Sold by
log through O "8 w111...MNM.
G. B.,Bush Chairman OrangeHillS. next Store and S. McGeaoby..
J. Gainer St. Andrew. .
Vernon. ?i"What > DOli'T BLrOCK! T1IE 'WAY!
W. F..RUBS, nlghtr' aha ,

-- Marit watf:,. Mixing His Qates. '. .
CHIPLEY CITY OFFICIALS.! paign, my. : Is a Story of a man who was Move aS fast,as the procession' move'out., Take tbe

Mayor-U.'H. Well. pue with joy as ha ,stood .
pace of the company you are in ormake >way for the ojjan
lI.a1'llha.l-ll. M. Farrlor. Well. It altar rail to be married that -
Clerk and Treasurer-W. W. Cook. screws to reverted to a day; when behind.

::< Councll-.' Csrmtehaelcbalrni, land aha up at the, prisoner's bar In a
C. B. Dunn. R. McGeachy C. E. Tharp from his justice to plead "guilty" or
W. O. Butler, Jr. .._# 1... .. 'before.him. to a criminal charge. So ( Don't stand in the way of new ideas. Don't pause in the

-- > did teat, the most painful J path of better system. Don't settle ddwn on the ladder of
his ,,11e., obtrude ,itself upon
that when the clergyman put success; / Pon't be a barnacle onv the'ship' preeress. .
'Ts9ba' ....
The gaftff&Chipley.'Fia. "Wilt thou have this wo
.
,. .. '; weakness sugar Dr King. eeated a : be thy distracted wedded bridegroom wife?" and an so :Cliaage'tne PB P ogress 'means d Vilpcemep tAdvaiicement'm'eans

: with startling distinctness
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brain movement.'a'MoVE
: ergy so help me!"-From Tuck- ,
constipation; "Personal Recollections
,f malaria. Only : .

Poet Laureate. DON'T BLOCK THE WAY! '

Stands,for the Upbuilding of Of poet laureate practical- .. .. .. --. .".......j. .

with Chaucer who assumed .
Chlpley, Few about 1385. After Chaucer'
r I as, a was more or' less In the'

W'shlng o Ginty" t decorations but from,Spenser In 1500 the y City
... a parasite poet laureate is pretty well .t 1 s ,
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trees in the The
to the present time.
__ And Florida It U only: l largely honorary and has not I'to write for our confidential letter before Applying BarberShop '
.mistletoe for patent:le may be worth money
been held by the greatest of We promptly obtain U.A and Foreign
tree before poets. Dryden Wordsworth if (

Subscription, ..$I i". Per"-Vear: ; killed. The, ( being the most Illus PATENTSsnd'TBlADEIARK8 .
the Infected
bolders.JSxchange.. .A
its { or etnrn'E N.!
Ss of slow : ll
t J r ., ,, .x IMMEDIATE No
.Taloprto Waiting.
UJI1911 FREE: report on ,paten( bllitV.)11'tho 'e//
'Ii UPE.:
We make a Specialty of neglected It bas legal service and advice and ourcharges '
I ; are moderate. Try"*. S Barbers 3
It reaches. : had glvat me up, writes
'Neat, mination Is- Uarae of/,.vooft, La. and ray SWIFT .a4 CO. .

eased. trees. all mjr' friend* were looking Patent ,l&wyofs, Everything Up-to-Now.

ArtisticCommercial when my son insisted that, 1 Opp. U.8,Patent OfficeWuhlngtprt,O.C.

| i Bitters. 1 did so. and they, Shave'. ...... ISc.
Printing n told dat I of good. I always praise Haircutting ,25c.:

..X JaaA to I !. Bitters fs a priceless bless- REST AHQ.HEALTH TO MOTHEWANO CHILD. Shampoo .. .........' 25<:.,
4Ung Pete. troubled with fainting and Mas. ,... flooTHivo Svnor baa been Massage, ....., 2Jo.
Pc. nwa Jt. backache headache,weakness. led IOTIIBK for over for SUCTM their-VEARSDy CHILDRENV1111M MIU.lONt) c| Hair Binge,..., 25e.
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',andcring. or kidney disorders. TEETHING with PERFECT SUCCSbS. I
: The Banner/: BOOTHE till CHILD SOFTEN the OUM8. We Solicit Your r.Patronag
w"NG.fl i and gala new health trer.pth AJ.LA.1 8 all FAIN t CURES WIND COLIC sun .
U the but remedy fur IHAXHHCEA. Ue.be
thing an' They're guaranteed: to satisfy
I olutely hannlcuk. .Be sure and ask for MMra Very' Respectfully.
tellln him Only OOo. at-B. bl. Mo-. window. Soothing Bjrrup." and taU no Other
T Chipley fla. Washington kind.-Twenty-ore cent a bottle. W' D. Peters, Propre"Y"

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,' r After ririppt Scott Rsllos at Abboteford. 1 OVERTAXED. ) (*) <* :

1 The present'estate of Abbot ford was r. ':

t, or any Sickness formed aflrlng- the years 1811 to 1817 Hndreds_ of Ch pi ley ,Readers ;
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from various small farms the first
} ; Vino) Know What It Meads. :
Creates Strength one purcbasesbearlnar the "inharmo 'J OB' :
nious designation" Clarty Hole. After The'kidney* are overtaxed.

:/':, f1PRE IS PROOP. Sir Walter Scott's death in 1834 a commlttea Have to much to do. :

"After a long attack of Grippe, of friends collected 8,000 to- They tell about It in many aches and I

; Mrs. Vaught seemed unable, to re- warVl the redemption of the estate,and pains ll

cover her strength. She was very Mr. Cadell, the publisher contributed Backache, aideache, headache. '

weak and had no appetite. VI- the Scott's rest works.on receiving The library the rights and over museum < Early symptoms of kidney ill*. PR NTIN

NOL rapidly improved her condi- Ut Inary trouble; diabetes, Bi ight's
be- .
had been given some ;years .. ,
"\ tion and restored her to health. I fore by the creditors. As his son, disease follow.., ; ; ,.: "

.," sincerely; recommend its use during ;lieutenant Colonel W. Scott, died tin The statement below shows you a .. .'1('." 'I''. ,

"""' convalescence or any run down his way home from India the prop certain cure. : < :: t 7: .

condition," erty descended to J. R. Lockhart. his :J. C. Prescott, Ninth St., DeFuniak .,, .

: : I JUDGE C. N. VAUGHT, son-in-law, ahd thence to- bis daugh- Springs, Fla. says: "About a- ;year good impression :< ;

f: ',,, .:' Huntsville, Ata.t ter's husband, J. It. nope-Scott, whose ago I was *o miserable a* tb result of: Creates.' ," .' .t'..
held the estate for some ;
t' ,:,;" Miss Adelaide Gamm, of Wat r- daughter my 'kidney trouble that I could scarcely among yourcosrespondents -. ", i12'I
Many Scott relics are preserved : .
Wis. writes "After ;years. attend to work. :My whole "' .. '"'' '':'' ..
"' .', town, a severe in the house, notably his chair and my system .' \ :r; .1"1' '' '
,.' attack of the Grippe, my system writing table in the study and his hat seemed to be run down and I was ;, and helps\:"# ;t,4.!; ": *
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dull
was in weakened never a dragging pain .
1 \ -: .' a very nervous, and gloves in the hall.-London Stand # '

; j' run-down condition. I took"VI- ard. ., acroa the small of my back. The kidney give_ your business: r. .J y. .

J I NOL with the best of results, secretions passed too frequentlyand : V 1,: .;;-., '
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1:, y \ and it made me feel' better and How 'Par Can You 8..? were painful when being avoided.A prestige. ', .z..: : .':- "

c 'I r stronger than I have been for years." What Is the farthest limit to which friend advfsed me to try, Doan Kid : .' .:, -: rr<:: .

We have never sold in our store the human vision can reach? Power ney Pill and I procured a box. They I ,'\-,' .. ; ., :

valuable health in his book "The Eye and SIght,"gives to be'just the medicine I : ..; *'. ,< ; -
". a more restorer for the ability to see the star Alcor, situated proved required < : ::: ; ':::
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f weak and run downpersons than and I used only two boxes before I _""t .
at the tall of the Great 'Bear as
VINOL, and.we ask such people in the test Indeed, the Arabs call it was cured. I have not had a symptom We. Do) Neat Printing];, ,. '
It;. this vicinity to try VINOL with the test star. It is most exceptional of Kidney trouble since then and I, :

f the understanding that their money to be able to see Jupiter's satellites therefore,believe wy cure to be a permanent --1 AtileasnablePri t

'!. will be returned if it does 'not do with the naked eye though one or two one." ( g

,'; all we claim for it cases are recorded, the third satellite .... ,"
For sale all Price
by dealer. 50
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t. : S. E. McGeachy Druggist being the most distinct. Peruvians are .- } .. : '.,.. I
aid to be the longest sighted race on cents Foster-Mllburn Co., 'Buffalo, ,. ... I

Chipley, Fla. earth. Hum bold t records a case where New York sole agent' for the United: ', ,'" ---...... ',-.. _. < : '-r....tt......

I s... l< the a Indians, perceived a human fig States. ,. .... 1" ''-'.'I ;,..{ ,
.' ure eighteen miles away being able Remember the. name-Doan'. .-and -; : i .
'How It Feels to Be Run Over. to recognize that it was human and : take no other. Give us "yournixf' order. :. ;; ,;;:: '

( "Wheu I was run over" writes ,a I clad in white. This la probably the. !, 14 ::.:,. -f'. : ': "

,:". correspondent."f had not seen I the knew cur' record for far sight.. <- .!,. and ,wevill give you per. Ii..'....,.,..:'iJ'?.. ...:,|}:-",,,.
approaching. The first thing An Accommodating Man."You .

1 t: was that I was on the ground kicking your tongue is coated.'- Bee." said the old farmer as he fect satisfaction thus .4 X/..:_, : ,. '

upward with my' legs In ad effort' to measured out the .green"tomatoes to S 'V ,:...'.' ,'
Your breath Is foul '
J'r! get from under the car. Then I felt a Headaches ome..and go. .. the grocer, "I brought along my spade making you one of "our'y;:>,
wheel going over my chest which These symptoms show that your stomach by.,,accident, but It was a- good thing '

,.> bent as It passed over. In the Inter. Is the trouble. To remove the cause Is tbe I did. ,. regular customers. /

vening second or two I went through first thing and Cbamber l\lD'. Stomach and "Wagon get stuck In the road?was ,
I, several minutes' worth of feelings. 1 asked. ;.(. \
i Liver Tablets will do that. Kany to take v I
7.t,I had the *sensations of astonishment at end most effective Sold by CUy-Kritg; : Store "Oh, nol! I was coming along about ", ..' ',. '

;), being on the ground of wanting to roll and S. E, McGeachjr a mile back when I saw a feller in a ; t
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away or
field. He had a crooked stick In his I .. ." '
and my chest especially-stiff to resist ".. hand, and a little boy with other r ".,', ,,' ,, r...:.'- f
something whatever it might be, while'a : THE: :: !'iI' "
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Hard For the Eskimos. crooked sticks was following him : ', .::' f
lightning flash ot fear was. dimly ,'., .
Cue' of. tile difficulties of the Mora- along. The man was knocking a wood. I' .,,:." '.,"eF r
;, there and subconscious 'What _
a query
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vluu missionaries la LaBrador Is to en ball along the ground.
'\ on earth next Yet It was hardly make the Old Testament, with Its 41 'Hello, says I as I stopped. : '
fear because there was no time for *. 'Hello CHIPLEY BANNEjf ;
wealth o( pastoral detail, Intelligible, yourself. '
such sensation. It was rather -
: ", dprable. to the Eskimos not one of whom has 'What you doing <:
a sense of being suddenly confronted ball in the ninth. ; .
ever seen a horse. "Sheep and cattle, 'Holing a .
with a grave reality, of doubtful "Hunting hain't "
says Hesketh Pfltcbard In 'Hard work itr ..
..' obscurely terrible Import. London Tea.' .
Camps In Wood and Wilderness, Fla. f

,,,_,. Chronicle. "they cannot realize or conceive of, 'Then let me help ;you, s-" little. Chipley, -s(

1 for there are no domesticated animalssave ,Nothing-mean about me.*

They who Unhapplne have never:known prosperity dogs fn'that portion pf the penin "And I grabbed the spade climbed 7t' i it
sula. They- comprehend the story of the fence and dug that ninth hole out t _'_ .
can hardly be said to be un- : *X "Ii*"
I of Esau, the hunter; and that of Samson till it was ,aa big as a bar'l, and the <1 .
happy. It Is from the remembrance
and the lion, which animal can be feller laid right down and rolled over'
Joys we have lost that the arrows of
translated as polar bear, but ,of Abra and over and, laughed 80'much he

.. affliction are, pomted.-Emlle Zola. ham In the land.of'Mesopotamia they couldn't find ,words to thank me.- .......G.............. .. ,

can form no picture. The nearest approach Rochester Democrat-Chronicle.
It will never rain roses. If we want
to these ideas Is drawn from
more roses we must. plant more.trees. 3 DO YOU KNOW I
the harvest of the sea, seals and fish ,
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Diarrhoea should be cured without loss taking the place of flocks and herds.."" SAWe .
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"I of time and by a medicine which like Cham I : That now is the time,to build that home or business house 4& -
s ,berlaln's Colic Dholera and lHarrhoea Rem His' Kind. ;you have been considering: ? The present business depression j
edy not only cures promptly but produces ., "I heard of a man once who was has reduced the price of lumber and building materials; labor ''IIiiii" j

no'unpleasant sifter effects. It never falls going to make money hand over fist, : is cheap and plentiful, land you can build now for 25 to 50 per e '

'alld Is pleasant and safe to take. So.d: by when he was carried off." ,, will send the Banner free for cent less than in J jfJUNJE | "
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"No; by the police. He was porckclimbing. the term of this school to 1907 OR JUNE 1908. f

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When you think ol lumber oribuildlntf material think of usV
A Riot of Ink. To Every White Teacher .
H* Was Slow and the fact that we hqve completed a modern up-to-date mill'S'"
Canon NIcholl used to_ tell bow on "1 had not talked to him more thai) work'mill. and can fnrnish everything made of wood usedIn e

; one occasion he had visited the"famo1J1JI. fifteen minutes when he called me .a. In a building from sills to comb: and that we can : : 'v
... T, house of the Thrates In that suburb Washington CountyWho e.
Idiot.
of London where Johnson at DQ tiT QUICK. .
; Dr. was "GeeJ He didn't ylolate any speed 0
home. "Johnson." said the canon In limit Ir. getting next did he?" BostonPost will '
send us the news of e
Sash Mouldings: Framing Bank
I ; recalling his visit "had occupied two

'rJ '- rooms, and these!! were left as he lastF their community,.,,each ,week, or .. Blinds Doors Base Casings Ceiling Flooring Store Drug- $
; 4 ..used them. The sight was an extraordinary I ,: .' ? ":
I KIJUKKD JBY A MAD 11OB8K. Frame FinIsh. Siding Fixtures.
of one, for ink was splashed allover every two weeks'at least.'
o .r the floor and even 6n the walls. Samuel Birch of Beet\wn. Wis. bad most e. Estimates cheerfully furnished. Freight paid to your sta- S?

It was one of the doctor's habits to narrow escape from losing his lei us no Correspondents,may write on tion' if desired. f|,? .

.; dip. his pen In ink and then shake It." doctor could heal the frightful sore-that developed "

,' -" but at last Btioklen Arnica Salve any subject of general interest. 4) MARIANNA MANUFACTURING CQ.

'. cured U promptly. ,Its the greatest healer ,
a Tsaehlng the Teacher, of ulcers burns bolls,eczema, ralds;cuts '
ti,, #J. Teacher Johnny, what part speech corns* cold sores, bruises and pilzon earth Our only request is that they refrain A1A.RIA.INISA, F'LA. 0
i <# .is 'nose?' Johnny -"Han't any. Teacher
i' Try It; 2Bo at S. E. McUencby's. ? : LONG DI T"'CB'PHONES B2t. T
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t r -Ah, but it must be. Johnny-May. ,, name. any .

f': 'f ,; be ;yours Is, because ;you talk through I ...........
.' P.. it, but the only part of speech I've The Magpie Calling. person in a way calculated to.give. .., ., ...........e.

got !Is mouth. ,
t ,,, my One of tbe apartments in the ancient i offense. V .) .' L I It
royal, palace at Cfntra., Portugal The New York WorldThrtceaweek .
;. ;, Sam. Old Story.Does .. We promptly obtain t1. S. and Foreign
la known as the Hall of Magpleo. '
n' V "*:.*"f ; '.-' he pay his alimony promptly V Eedltion..
,1 Painted In the arabesque Gelling to LetusIear ,,"
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"No He has to be and threatsued :
urged
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a ct ,6. fouled .- -o:-
be a swarm of magpies. Each "
,:' 1" c' every pay day; Taut, then of baa in the mouth a scroll, oa which The-Thrlco-a week World hopes to be e

\ 1- ", course, I got used to'that when we In In 1008 a better paper than It has ever
.' painted red on a white ground are
:-" ,:'were living together."-Cleveland Plain the '"Por bem." The From You. been before and it has made its arrangements .
words
"" story e
, -Dealer. ,. ffrreerep0 ortoneentshlllty .bok
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accordingly.. news service
covers
; 't .., runs that King John of Portugal was
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.. the entire globe End It reports everything Pate writ
fro' making love to one of the maids of
, .. < :V-" -,- ." are Masculine funny: Perversity.Men creatures .to cater honor In, 'this chamber and "was surprised We I wa the News fully promptly and accurately. If
. His Is the only paper not a dally, which la as
\ '. by the queen. majesty made !
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; woman will things,
hpy
,f the best of the circumstances and explained Rood as a dally and which will keep von
, .: wants, but a man will only buy, the
as completely Informed of what Is
-- happening
I > he to the queen, "E por bem minks.eacre"
.things need8.-Exchange.
\ ? < "Oh. it at all. It is 6O YEARS' throughout: the world. ,
( nothing
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EXPERIENCE The Thrlce-a week World is fair In Its .
Whea the fight begins within himself quite right There Is no harm In it"). As .. WASHINGTON .
D. C.
political reports. You can get the truthfrom.'hs
to whether the wao satisfied the
: nun's worth thhig.-Brownlng. queen J' '' 'J'CURTIS
;: & ladies columns whether you are a- Republican -
legend Is silent, but the of the
't{" M1DM1KHT IN TUB OZARKS court were deeply Interested and were 1 or Democrat, and that'If. what .

:)' j.' and yet sleepless Hiram Scranton of Clay constantly saying to one' another witha you A want. L. JONES
.. smile "Por .bem I Por bem I" The speolttTfeatnreofthe: Tbrfc -weck ,
Ji, i" ?; City, 111. coughed and coughed. He was in .'
World ha always been its serial ,,1'ctlon'
* : ,'. ':tbe mono tains on tbe advice of an doctors, king thought It time to act. ,so he commissioned TRADC MARK ;
an artist to paint on the DESIGNS tpnbllsheaJiovelsbv[ the best authors I In Notary Public State
t :: who said he bad consumption but found no COPYRIGHTS _at Large. .
Ac.Anyone the world, wblcn In
ceiling noves book form sell
magpies there
as as were
belp In the climate and started come. HearIng many nflln a nkeleh and description may i
talkative ladles the court each uvertaln mr opinion free.whether mo for tl.SO apiece And Its high standard In
about ,
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;r of Dr. New be In".ntf_
King's Discovery, began .. .
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<, "ruh..bly P t All business
. ', MNOBUOII this respect will be maintained In the future entrusted to
holding' ,the beak theribbon with tk'.trlaUyoonlld.ntlaL 011 Pat.nta ,
to.uae 1$. 1 believe It saved life be '
my .. .
.. Sent f.Jld. fur_riD.patent&. as in the past. '
writes "lor it'made a new man of me, so 1 the words "Por bem.-London Globe. PaMnte. Ukea tbroug b Mann a Co.r.oly. my care will have my prompt
iy rlnl notice, without < The Thrlce-a-week World's
regular
can do'good Work again. For all lung diseases

VV. coughs, colds, lagrip, asthma, croup, Prompt relief 1o all cases of throat and Scientific RmericaN. subscription and this price U only Sl.OO per ":year attention. Fees .reasonable.

whooping cough.hay fever.- hemorrhage, lung trouble if you ase Chamberlain'sCough A handeamelr' nitHtraleil 10....',.. Tjirrmt ofrwenhttlon pars for 158: papers. We otter Can,be
bin unequalled found at Post Office .
V of any cl nUB8 Journal. Terme,(3MW a newspaper and The Ban ,
,_ hoarseness and quinsy Its tbe- best known Remedy Pleasant tak*,soothing t four month.Sk 8 14 bran n.w.dsalen.
remedy Price 60
.,. Guaranteed by 8,.E. Mcdeacby.? : .." a .: : Store and 5; E. Mctieaoby. ,.e Branch Offloa, OK eJBr.. rmT-NewYork. CRalar is$2.00.I subscription' price", of' the' two paj.. f : !Wausau; Florida/
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Prompt Powerful Permanent ,
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sum hunting wtta a negro on 1"'ltet'enc'e.
I, Its beneficial ttStubborn eases Good results are
feeta are usually yield to P.; P. P. tatting-it cures Friday 'tiigh't, 'winditigup in a .
', felt very quickly) ,,when othermedi- you to t ay cured .
are Uselen forbidden ca 'et'p tcb about 2 .

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Makes rich, red, pure blood-cleanses the entire Congress, seems to have an 39.
t system-clears the brain-strengthens digestion and nerves. idea of aummeringjn Washing- \
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A positive specific for Blood Poison and skin diseases. ton. v .

'j{ Drives out Rheumatism and Stops the Pain; ends Malaria; .. _. A e ( 24
x is a wonderful tonic and body-builder. Thousands endorse. .it. (
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\ Texas Democrats itis; said, are .
I, F. V. UPPMAN. VANNAH, GA.
C arranging start, a fire under 4 11 \ '. I.

Senator whose term '
Bailey, ex-
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The steady growth \\ti the fish What'has become' ot the bid- Champ Clark is.now speaker'of '' I'

infer industry in Florida i in the fashioned man whose 'shoes the House but be did 'not drive : Just a-word 'FarQ1ers" anxFence Builders' : :

last 'twenty years; made that product squeaked as be walked cautiously ; that pair; of KfisBOuri'mules downPennsylvania'Avetiice .. .
f -j J / ,! i j*i j 1 e
rank 'fifth 'in value amoqr down. the Church aisle? : as'lie'protn- Having, made a deal for Ten Car Loads e

the states, in .1969, according to And. e man who coi ld hear a ised. Champ'missed' a'grekt! 'op S '

the special census report on- the I'jpow bell in the distance and determine portunity of showing' what'a .driver of the Best American Steel Wiry Fence! we' :
P .i.! '' ,.- < fisheries of the United States. ,by the sound of the bell he is.. in/ position'to''make i > '
are better'prices
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Florida has a natural monopoly whether Blossom was grazing or

:"of the sponge fisheries; contributes coming home? A man in New York claims 'to :' than ever before. 0

\,, two-thirds in value of And the girl, wearing ''a bonnet have discovered something that '. e .

the mullet: paoduct, and was' surpassed -a real cloth, bonnet, not, a will overcome the '1a\vs 'of gravi- '@ Be'sur'you'see' ;' : ,us ,before'buying wire e

in the value of its shad hat -who swept the yards Saturday -' tation.. If he,could invent. s q1e.thin .
., product only by Virginia: 'and : afternoon, in anticipation of that would cause a dollar i < \ to : elsewhere., It means money saved. ,, : '

North Carolina.. It has the long Sunday company? I;'returtt: 'to\;you after' being spentit '. \ 'I', e

*est k .k.coast.. .."line" 'of' any state, with'' .Andtbgschoolboy.who,, used a would be .more' to. the point. I C'I' e

'numerous lagoops..aounds. and slate as book-shelf between -the I :. ... ;: Chipley Hdw. \

bays, often misnamed rivers, on school bouse and his home? Washington./ dispatches say' .

the, ,Atlantic, .cost Gulf, coast with, shallowwatersonthe shut in And/ the.housewife who' knew that Ma! ..0neIeeled'man.: who' =" ......._ .. .'., .. .if. i.' .... J

how ,many boles a quilting frame. plays baseball football and .an'v. ,
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from the sea by Ifeys and .
open
\ should have. thing other, men Can do," has applied :

lowland ters abound spits in; and fish.all these wa An l the man who set a.,'steel' for a position ,as railroad Tttfe .First,''i National Bank '

in the house? mail clerk. 'He'says he wears an
trap smoke
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artificial limb, but dan 'get tout .
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Depb.It '-of'"the United Statem.i .
The Examination Text Books.' as fast (two-le'gged man Designated. ry
the left side of a cow'to milk:! ? _. J ( i .,
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The following is a list of ''TextBooks And/the boy who carVed his .."" 4 Oldest. and Largest Dank In West Florida.. .
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Hom'ii.
School at oRG1FATT'7ti1TJVIY,5.0.:: ; :l.aao.
.to:be used as the, basis!': .,ofitbe initials on a sweet-gum. tree and 'i '" ," .,
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examination for" teachers in watched'the .disappear by Let tlte,0arverSclloolteach ,you by \ Capital [Half Million' E 1Ii s. ,' ,.
mail, the of Photography.If '" \
.Jpe. the,time.be.'put on.,long pants? : Arty : 'thai BUrplum and .Undivided Profit, .i66'ooo. .'' '. '
'are seeking '
you a profession .V.
,9JhogrBpbIunts': ; .Speller; 20c. And the young man who not is not overcrowded' and otie< I .Reading-Any standard author will respectable'and -'pleasttt* ...... '"", 1'! ''. .1 rnrt" I '

answer. i id : y r you'are advised to take up photog>
Arithmetic-Milne's Standard. J 6Scdompo phy-Let 'the 'Carver School teach t OF. PBN0ACOUA. iV.
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ltlon-Klements' >English you. i, ,, ... .
K.1 HYB* JR. President ; W. S. Kv. Vlce-Pres
7 Composition, by Huntington;,60c. I J WOOD'S HIGH-GRADE ir If you are an, amateur.,photographer W.'J.FoRBsa Cashier.' TEl" W.'BRBM'T. Asst.Caabler.! W. N. HOBBHTS. Asn.ConbierDlrtctoriM
and wish to make better pictures at, 'alowrrcost -F.C.Brent, ', w'A.Ubut.: ., rW.Sxsyserj.Wn1a.Knowles. TW.. K.Byer.
English{ Griimmar---Lawton"B.. Ev I W. J. Forbes. Koowlea Hver. Thoe. W. Brent.
ans'; 40c. r ; '' I or'w.Uhlto, become ,a 'pro .. /
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'rarfu S e ds. feasional-1et,the Carver School teach \
Physiology. -Primer, of Sanitation,, '
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Nig1t Class Mill
r' I. you. Saw :'Machinery
.' by RitchleSOc., > _
We are, headquarters for If you'ate a professional and -wish "
'fien- We carry at our new warehouse,
Florida History-Brevard and thejaest in all Farm seeds. produce work that will be a pleasure f '
nett' 6tic. 408 and 412 East Bay St., a. large < .
>; to your customers and a creditto r
J > Grass and Clover Seeds stock of Portable and''' Stationary
U. S* 'History-Field's. yGrummar you-Let the Carver School teach i {
School $1.GeographyRedway's. : Seed Corn, Cotton Seed, Engines; Locomotive,and Horizontal
; you
Cow Peas, .Soja Beans .S Return Flue Boilers; Saw-Mills,
tu'l'al The'Carver School'of Practical Photography /
: N a Sorghums, Kaffir Corn, / 1i + Plan.ra,' Edjrerq, Saws, Belting'
Schools Florida Edition; fl.25.,' .1 3\ Millet Seed, Peanuts, etc., 'olferstwenty cemplete, practical rt -- 'and MJl1SuppU; also engine and
and inexpensive.' M.-
courses coveringall
Agriculture-Duggar'a'i '' :
for Southern saw.'tuill
repair Walso handle the
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s Wood's i dSpecial" branches .of photographic work.yriten x. Y
Crop s sue
Schools; 75c. l celebrated line of Hustler Saw Mills
Physical Geogrrphy-MlJray Sim.. monthly \ : w for full information! it is and.Erie. Engines and Boilers. Thls'makes the best'Saw Mill outfit on earth
information free and places you'under 'no obllgatlon' -
gives timely as to '
ond's $l.z5.. Get our'prices before buying; We can save you money: A po.tatwlll bring
; I \ .. Address'The
.. each in
seeds to plant month
Traveler. Write for illustrated .
I our[ catalog'govfringyoyr\ requirement!: '
Civic, Government-For :all :grades, \
the year, also prices of Season-I Carver School of .- ,
Boynton'* School Civics; $1; Yocum's able Seeds. Write for copy Practical ';Photda.. phy. /Vfolsliy. M ach11inery. Co. ,
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Civil Government of .Florida'" and the_\ mailed free on request. Lock Box 504 Waterloo.Iowa. 408 & 412 C.'Il1ay' : St. k qnvillc. Florida.
United States; $1. Y ". Long bl l.tanae (rejephone: :; /N o. '874'' .: I ,

Algebra' -Milne's High chool; $U T. W. WOOD SONS// I. '. I. ,
and Practice- all grades J ''orrE's. ......."........................... ........i..I........................,
Theory for Seedsmenv ,- Richmond,Va. 'DJ'. '
School and Class Management, Vol. II a '

Administration: 'and. Hygiene, by Arnold attorney-A.t-L,, I They 'row t.he ,

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n \VH. MILTON President.,: M. L.Vico-DEKLE President, F. M. GOLSON.Cashier. ""b."O RMiJHAEL.Attorney i' ''Bigg. stCro.ps'. I .1

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Bank.MARI1 ; .Collaotlons, a Specialty. The agricultural department at Washington has jpst i
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First Nici-ai ,Chlpley' j Ii,i hr published the results' ,6',,a1'lori&,series''of field tests 'an:J they

NNAFLn.. ..' ..:. show plainly that ,animal., ammoniates, such 'as Blook and

'. I COOK & MORAL, Tankage, made a.larger;'increase iri yield than any other. .

Capital, $50,000.00 = 4 t Attorney. a t< Law. i For instance, it was found, 'that,-Cotton Seed Meal' alone, I

Solicits Accounts of Banks, Corporations, Firms and Individuals. WOffk; *are i killer. stall Baik.. r showed a gain per acre of-' -\- I. $ 2.68 .

Our twenty years experience In the banking business enables us to offer Careful attention. all matter'. tru.t. Tankage, ; alone. ,* ..- ., .14,00. ,
I, ,you the beat banking 1a.cill1lea.of any bank In West F.orida. We also have a toinTCara. Collections made. Cotton Seed meal and Potash gained, 7.02
fully equipped Savings Department in which we pay irterest on deposits. Accounts Agent refpooalbla. time and IIr'teeted'ID
Tankage and gaihed i -.' 14.29
by mall handled. as easily aa by personal Interview. .urance comoanlea.R. : potash L .1'
Send us. your. business.;; . Cotton Seed Meal, Acid, Ph'os..t'ot! gained 9t12' : J

'f. "1VI. GOLSON, Cashier. F SCARLETT 'Tankage Acid i Phosphate and: .,Potash gained i. 17.80 ,

I Another 'that animal ammoniates .
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: :1:1: : : a good impression : J Office In First National'Bank. soure of> 'plant food throughput'the 'entire'growing' .

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Just a Part}' 'of Fishermen. .* .. .". . "." .'. "

II" Personal [ Topics < .t' ,
Town
:
The following gentlemen,,composing .'I| I 1_, .
a fishing party which will I :r
,
The
A Sessoms was oV9l'.from, Bon- rendezvous at Bay head and'. vicinity How. about the family. housefly? < ... ',',
.. ifay Saturday. for two weeks, 'deft here '" ,t :- '
[' ,.. Bring The, .,Banner ail 'the cot Bank: ''
L. D. McRae spent Monday at I Monday morning: tdn rags you have. : First. National: ,

u, the county site, Geo. Myers Albert Myers, S. 1.)1 tr i'i

'r; S. M. Robertson and wife.were A. Alford, J. T. Britt Z. D.:, Na- Try a little 'advertisement in ", "
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if:, :' hi town Saturday. pirr and W., D. Peters, xof Chip- our business-local 'column and. .: :'' \i pfChipley.CAPITAL ,; :

,I'I ,", ley; Pet Myers of Doe run Ga., see, the result. ,. .n i i f.
J. C. McLeod, and $50,000.00 J
spent Sunday s
I Irving Myers of Tifton. Ga., John The Banner 'wants' 50 pouuds, i, I 0 r ,

Monday at Marianna'. McPbaul Poland. Ga., George clean cotton rags.: Have you* ny?' -5- SURPLUS, :. $20,000.00.Appreciation. ,,,I :\.

J. .,M. Harper was in town' Mon- McWhite, ot Norman Park Ga., Will 'pay good"prjce for them.. ,,, '""

day and spent the day,, W. E. Aycock and W. P. Gillis7 ., \
,,, Mrs. L. 'W.'Crow'is ;entertaining '
Attorney D. J. Jones:! spent ore ot Moultrie.'Ga., John Alfurd number 6t ,her ''trends, at : "

at Vernon business Hartford, Ala., 'W m., Farley of ,,, its "
l, Monday on legal an "at bom this afterpoon. -+ the business it receives from
This Bank values
Compass
Marianna W. C. of
,'I' Afford -
_y J Lake and T. II. McKay. Moses,,Guvior"orie of Jactc'soncounty's customers and takes every' opportunity of telling \
< Uncle Alex Mathias was in from WelOcnown
citizens died
w'm
..: To say that they have a them'so. cus'tomers the other hand appre-
Our on
,, his Qakhill home and Sat- his
spent at .home in Marianna Sunday.
splendid vacation goes without... 'I '
I them is
to
extended
urday. 1 !jd f ciate the fact that the service
saying ,
? 'Oqr npw,'systenof.waterworksis }
W. E. Wright of Homer, Ky., business arrangement
't. :, ; I : i nearing: complgt ion an'd, whenfinjshed coupled with security.,Any -4
:: was a visitor here a1'few days this The, Legislator in Session' + will the.'b'est satisfactory
; : be in. West, to be perm nent'must' be mutually

Week." The Florida Fl rida, .;/ V, ",/ V: / selecting
t I legislature .assembled ,; 'I ? I'' and profitable. Therefore, in
''Dr. Yates of-Pensacola, made ,
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his regular monthly, 'visit here at elected noon Tuesday,' and Watching the country growdoe'sn't .yourtank, have permanency in view .
the officers. 'the,
by caucus heJp-'mt1ch. One
: man
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,., > .-Tuesday.t Monday. night were" elected, with a shoulder to tie wheel is anc/establisb yourself for your ,
McWhite of Norman to preside the deliberationsof I ,
t George. over i worth fortystandiigarquudgiv. and future well- I ;
present I' "
j'I" -. 1 Park Ga., spent Sunday 'night- the House and Senate during jng directions, ( ,/ \ I 1 "' i T 1

y ,' i in'the city. ** the sixty days session. being with a good '\ \ I ,

:-, Fred P. Cone was chosen president f ,Sunday work bypo stofice eni sound band. .
John McPhaul of Poland; Ga! :- ; ,' : : J
.Ibyees is to be reduced to a min "
": of the Senate, and-John"Stokes > 1
the of friends here t _
.. was. guest j'
imum, ir\'d\ distribution 6f mail to ,
'
chosen .
was president -
,':." Sunday' night. 1 ,,I,, _' I'' Mr.: Stoks whose home,protern. is boxes:'discontinuedaltogether. A .......................................... j' ,
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,- Mrs. Geo. Mendenalileft Monday limited distribution .
: in Pensacolais the youngqst i will be mad ,- '

"ft: for a visit with, relatives in member of the senate. .I at"general:delivery< window bu Improved farmm'aehinery is Ladies, come see our line of I

_Gadsden county a: special delivery stamp will be dainty laces and embroidary. >. :
T., A., Jennings of Pens pla, one. of our long suits; see bur dis :
T. L. Davis of the Orange Hill was chosen Speaker ot the House: the only'sure- thing'to land a let- play. Dunn-Coleman Co. The Misses Richardson. I '! :

,{I' neighborhood ,was. .in town, on Qlenn Terrell of Sumter, ,,was' ter where it is wanted" bn Sunday. Misses Dunn-Coleman Co. have the -
The 1.b'
Richardson ,
ca e
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business Monday.' elected : ', I J"I ; / prices on Planters and Distribu-, G
.ff, Speaker pro-tern/ ,tYlrs.'Simsrwbp'was: carried to attention of the'ladies to the line tors. See them. ''. .
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{ ,- Rex. and Mrs! W. A. Bryan J. G. Kellum was elected house, rfte .D9 ban, Infirmary; ;abput' twp of Hair Goods they have just re- p ... i 1 \ ,. I'I"

,:: 'i went to' Round Lake; Saturday clerk, and Charles Finley' secre- we ).<'tl ago; ; for? ,treatment? _died ceh Cd. Grinding; Day i ',," ; "
+'',;N;", for a few'days visit.. tary of the senate. t&er. iJas t..T;! ur.sday.nig'ht. .and
1 Thursday'"'and Saturday
1 Why don't.you put a good fence Tuesday, I
':- ; Mrs. C. K. Pond of Pensacola, The legislature of 1911 is well her remains brought here forburial around I
is
: I your farm; we have the of each week griding j
i p.: came in Sunday ,and is, visiting officered and starts olE with good 'n+lifch'took"place Satur- wire; come see us about it. Dunn days at the Chipley Grist Mill.
prospects tor a busy'sesslon-.. It day. The'Badner tender's'sympat t
i' Mrs. J. J. Williams; Coleman Co/ M. MORRIS, Pr p. I.
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,/' is hoped it will "do business'1 r to her'cbildren'whose'hbmeis :;j
"' W. D. of Moultre Ga. ..
Gillispie
.
instead of filibustering.Your ,, broken up, 'anl, whose ,hearts 'I
was a visitor here Sunday night O 9099099000900990000090090999993999 10CKi000001 000 I
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: It-- .are desolate* '., '
: and Monday D1o :ning.j x. I I
; job printing done in the I .. ,
., Geo..Lawton of Meattbws 'Ky.., "Quality Printing" style will add Cone dera'I., \ men ,was How to 'be Happy .
I aroused here I. :
Thursday morning ,
was one of the, tourist vIsitors I
to
", materially its: efficiency The ,
I by finding the'body of an !infannear :
,
1" here Friday and Saturday. :
Banner office does thafkind of '
the BJ- C. depot; the child I Married .
W. B. Lassitter of Panama printing. bad Though .
'
V either. died shortly after '
the 'r .. ii'
.a: City was guest; ('of friends birth or had been'murderedandwas I

'. here Sunday- and 'Monday'. What all those experts! have placed there, thinking possi- Fix up a nice, comfortable home ''If'i'

":''' W.c T. J Jeffries_ one df the pros- been saying about Coca Cola may bly' it would 'not be discovered.A j xseledt the gjfl of your choice, always ,

',: vperous farmers scute-west ot cause the thirsty public to comeback coroner's jury was' impanneled i

"',,: S ..' 'town was in town Saturday. to thejold time pink! soda viewed the body got the opinions be pleasant and curteous, and pur ( "

water and lemonade ,habit. / of your
J. A. McCormac ,
from
was *up 1 y i, .
I the still near Ebro and 'spent a'fi' investigations,, which resulted in .

f" ; day or two. of.the",,wee> k. An Interesting Letter. the arrest.of 'a negro girl who f- Staple and Fancy Groceries : ; ..p
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:.: After studying 'the Bryne Sim'plified confessed she was the'mother of g
; County Solicitor A. D. Carmichael .
--FROM---
the infant;; but'she claimed it died :;, ;
,
transacted business connected Shorthand, for about fire .
"I,: 'with his office at Vernon weeks, I could write ''ISO word s'a, naturally, 'Sbe"wal: 'f Boundpyerthecjrcutcoqrt ) W. W. HARVEY : :
A
Monday. V minute' unfamiliar matter, negro
man'whQ' wasisaid ,,be.the .
court reporting. I had never ;to tatbj- 0
Geo. F. Gainer, one'of the pros I studied er oC-the'.child was also arrestedd'boundovet' FREE DELIVERY. :
of ;shorthand
I any system I
farmers oi the Pinefog n
perous before. I have had"ifo\trouble circuit, court eeeccocococcceeccceccccccceccecooccoeooccoco
I i
rI :. section visitor :
,. was a jn town Fri
either in yvriting or reading the ,.,. ,' : .
day afternoon and Saturday. i r t tI
,
.. Byrne Shorthand. I would not
f.I Miss Abbie Campbell and neice take for this coyrse ten times 1

\ Abbie McLean of Euchee what it cost. ,1
h, @ ,are Visiting Mr. and Mrs. "
"phis at ,
: week
Campbell here this"week. ETHEL: MCDONALD. : .. I :
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Steno r pherChica2'o, Rock1 Island f t i
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Senator W. H. Lynn of New & Pocffi Railroad ", ; : #, ,
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York, and Capt. A. J. Gay of

'Panama City, were prominent ; : "
x business visitors; here W dnes- Miss McDonald has since mar': \ ,, ; JIJUNN-CflLEMAWCrS.(

ried rI
da her employer.
1

/ R.' F. Scarlett spent SundaV I The West ,Florida' 'Business' 'J t fly 16 i t .. ._

night and Monday in, Tallahassee College Marianna, Fla., teaches t'j :Ainfjther' ',car of Page licence; unloaded
having made the trip ove this system both at the college : Saturday.

," there with Senator Cook in hu and by correspondence. '

' ,, automobile.," ' :: ': : "" Screen' Doors and Screen Windows.

':. Pet Myers of Doe run, Ga., and Watch' Lost. <. '
-Irving Myers Of Tifton, Ga.were lilumnium Ware and
here Anyone finding small ladies' .. Enamel Ware.
Sunday night the guest ot, a d j.' ; '
; their brothers, Messrs.' Albert gold watch, Waltham movement; j"'Ii 't''I '\ (" '

", ;, and George Myers. i engraved, inside'' '' case, "John, to ...!?:(J1: Jf.9 ''PitchfQrks, Planters: Spring-tooth Cultivators
Eunice "
B. F. Waller and family spent Dec. 5,1888, with a,fob I_"' _r 4, .
a few days with relatives on Pine- attached, will please returu same I ,' )( Harness ,
and .
;: : Saddles. '
' log, last week. Mrs. I / I ,11 II ; ,, t, ', ., ,
Angus .
, I TafT to meanfl receive $5 rewards ,, I : :
T lor returned with them and IS I" ". ,'(d f i ...

; "' spending, this week here. MISS. GLADYS. :. :FARRIOR, \\M'/ i I",, ..... ,c1I:L" { C' .JI,l1111 Paints, I ,:. 'Oil, Lime,. Plaster Paris. t':;;;

j. T. Washington ,_
I' who recent- Wanted
-50 pounds clean cotton '.
vmoved to Birmingham} where Smooth! .
'The iUJn.1 Wire and
'i.?, he is the head of the Washington I[rags. Banner. : ;it ,H< Poultry Wire, ::

Motor Co:, is spending this week Call r. .
in.and see our line ,of En O.H, '1 : :
( I here closing u po some of his business mel Co.: .'ffiirQfythi else I "
ware. Dunn-Coleman g you need in
.
may Hardware ;
affairs. .t r, ,.,1 .,' ?,'Iho.. 3 'S
:Just received .. ;
i Hon. Buell Cook left Sunda I'd! .,.,\ t0 "
"I. J\i: 't )," ,
I 40 bu.: Unknown Peas Dunn
1 '' for'Tallahassee where he assumed =Coleman Co.
,1 I his duties, as State Senatof at at Schell's.. "
1 / '
I the. opening oi ,the legisture: ; "r 1I: j.wl.bH. j) .J.. A' 6.

,t I ,f : ''which convened Tuesday., He "v When death occurs 'coffin ,or AlcQUAGGE, General Manager.
I, ; _, r' 'went through the country in his casket .is required'we; have them_ I ,JJltJU i'1.1htOV: '
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"rHEn1N 1t. Wanted References.At .
Why

: a credit men' dinner one of the I THE SOOTIMIN ul F AND AoillN T' il ,

T .' veterans told this story: "In the recon- I 1 I

7 Church DIr.etorrmJ..;, | ;* traction days a man from a Mississippi + "I Am Glad" I.
Taller town came to our western
h'nJkc
M. E. Church, South.-Preaching very j a Coinp ny,
;,' 1st and 3rd Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. nt. bet!...one day. We bad BOld him be- I,

9 R. C. Williams, Pastor. fort'ln a small way and be always writes Mrs. Ethel Newlin OF
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:Sabbath:: :School:: 10 a. m. W. N. thea", paid. .He bad enlarged bU business, of Center Ind. i
Liberty -
I Superintendent. I ,
Prayer Meeting Thursday nights.. he told as, and wanted a bigger line 'that I began to take Car- Mdriahna; Florida. '. I 3 I
Young Men's prayer-iaeetlnK Tuesdaynights. tttan usual 'but> before making his selection -

Everybody; cordially Invited. he..toantedasnto give him references I dul for it has cured me, > Invites your attention to Us New Line Policies, as the max!I8
., ,, .,.... W.,. at and I will never forget it embodying
{ expressed surprise "I Cardui i mum of practical protection at the lowest practical price. A remarkably |
Baptist Church-Preaching every and: each an unheard of demand, but he cannot praise

'', and Sabbath 4th Sunday.School Rev.a. m.Collter.pastor., K U. Hawk. said, 'My two brothers-in-law have I too highly for what it aid <* cheap contract,.but safe and conservative and backed by home capital. J I

s ; Superlnteneent. gone In with me, and they're very particular for me. Before 1 beganto W. H. MILTON, President. \

r YerMeetlnn Wednesday nights.PoetofflceDirectory. as to whom they do business take it, I was very
J. E. Gammon. : W, ..
with.' 80 we sent him to our banks, I bad color suffered great cctorslo J. K. brooks J. M.nw e'H. l.Jobs Milton III.BalUell.

> I. ,'"- and*lie/, came back said we were all pain and weighed only sceeccco oocelcecoe c'ec eeoocetoticcooeoooot;: ooo I

OIDce'houre7:30I.. m..t.o7:00 i> in.; except right. picked out a big line of goods, 105 pounds. Now I have __ .

:Sundays.:: *. .. ..,. p and in, sixty; days he 'busted.: .We a good color do not suffer .
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East-bound. mall closes at 10:80 a.m couldn't .collect dollar. ,
a Two years
West-bound mail; eivses *>t l'1P'1 laterIm.tthe man in Cincinnati and and weigh .125 Ibs. If it is Machinery you Want, we have it Write

Mall from Vernon arrives at iO a. m., told him we had become reconciled to.ourigea. 153 us for catalogue f prices and terms
and leaves on arrival -of the east bound will tell '
'Bpt you please we.
.
' mall. '' -1
I asked, 'why did you want references keCARDUIThe MALSBY COMPANY
11:30 to 13:30
{ Sunday hours: m., p. m., '
credit he
,
aetoiour 'Well you see
1' Issued at all hours when
Money Orders
I office Is open except Sundays. answered 'I wanted to.know If you sits 41 South Forsylli SI., ATLANTA, GAI .

J P SCHELL P. M could stand It'.: "-Exchange.N. .
I' ; 4L Woman's Tonic I ,We "sel t'h following well-known, goods L AICrican.

r Law's'Delay Her .. t'endi! & Dromgold, Oeier "Peerless," 1..1d Smith Myes &: Schol ( Saw
t our ciabMnar List.BAxxrtn Beware of strong, nox- canacitles O.iser "Itcerfess and Houston
Mills in all sizes and ; Erie City : ": ,
and Semi-weekly Atlanta In Perak In the Malay peninsula ious, mineral drugs, that \ saTwodd&Gamblei Ehgines"and; Boilers !In all ize8; Challoner: aridVerkins

!''rjournal. per year. '1,78, ? ? f s BANNER and Thrice s-week New YorkjRVorld Bed form of trial by ordeal decides all like lead to the bottom of PIT\ iers, Steam Feeds,and various otlierMachine y.'Re Kjy:d STSf Mill Supplies.
m per year 1. disputes. In place of the legal practlUop I. \Vj; can. furpislt. youi'ne, ; bcl MacJtiiu-y pit the market and at the same
!t.
i* Semi-weedy' Un.n > .B. b_pleader Is native boy who a basin of water. .' :: s.v )'qt1.r..l'II\\ We tip\.t..i10 gFdnsh.lk!, ?%. .. ......
Times ,
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BANKER' and $1.5O. I to1 assignedto one or the Other, of the Cardui is purely vege- _"..._ r ... J
and Citizen, per year..
sides and Is given a bamboo tube In table and contains no .
aDd i Home and Farm,
B..NNER per year which Is sealed' the pleading -of the poisonous minerals, or '
1.21\ r person or party whom he represents.' dangerous drugs. UNIVERSITY OF .FLORIDA. Florida State 'College For Women

When all Is ready two stakes are It is perfectly safe and ,GAINESVILLE. TALLAHASSEE!

General Directory.I driven Into the 'bed of a stream and harmless, for use by old A Superior Inexpensive., Institution for I C Coll jte of Art and Sciences Normal School.
I fby aid of.4q. bamboo pole the heads of and and' betaken florida.Young! Men j, Schanl uf Music. Schpol of Art. School oT Expression
.
young, may School of Homo Economics.
STATE OFFICIALS. ,,
the two boys are submerged at the Four clIlI agricultural experiment station claw equipment throughout. Tuition

Governor-AlberW.(pUe "*. rasp: (Ii I- +isame,,HmQ,; >;By grasping the stakes .months, as without a tonic possible for. ant.Universit'erten.ion!' 80 per cent incraaa 46 profownm attendance and aesist.First last free Other. expensea very low. For i Informationaddress.
any
i of St.ate-B. Clay Crwlord they are enabled to remain under wa- year. Attractive building and campus. Fur
Secretary ( harmful effect Try it cataloll'ueaddre11... A. MURPHIEE,Prciidcnt. EDWARD CONKADI. Prttldcst.
,
Attorney General Park Tramm'el1.. : 'teaifor; qnlte'awnlle after their natural. t : :.,. rr .,

Com. Agriculture--1) McLln. Inclination would bring them to tbe I --- -' .... ... .. -
'surface."**1*'** last one of them givesIn CO.
Tre..urer-Wm. V. Knott. [ and, releasing his hold of the stake, FARQBJHA.RV1ACHINERV/ :

Supt.. Public Inst.ruct.lon-W..K Hollo-f ,;coiaes "f.-u.e.air He is Immediately Making a Major. 431, .. 13. Bay Stt-eet '

+w way. seized and the tube be holds Is cast John,Esteu: Ciooke, \\vbo went into JACksONVIU.I-.EP LOt21DA.Everything .

Comptroller-A. C. Croom. aside 'The other lad Is led ashore his the war as an enlisted man 'In.a,?,Uichmoud '

Supreme Court-Thos. M. Shackleford, tube opened, and the document con;, ,battery,. was rsoou' timed therein stands as the decision in officer the staff
an on. ; qf Qen-,
Chief Justice: M. H. Mabry. Cler.r._ plaining mill. We are'now'selling-
the case. eral J.E. B. Stuart,. On,Stuart's, etaff, *.,. > - i Railroad Conamlssfon Hudson Burr,. >4It. Mr, George Cary Egglestou says in the well known'Farquhar Machinery

r,', Chairman; R. C. Dunn, Olerk.j. | 1:1"11: j Chamberlain's StomAoh and Liver,Tablets "Recolje tions of a Varied Llte/',, he

7' Judge first judicial j circuit. -J. Emmett assist nature in driving all Impurities, ,distinguished )himself by a, certain direct. to the user, which. 'means '

Wolfe Pensacola. out of the system Insuring a free and regn- laughing .nouclialaucu under fire" and a saving to our customers.

State Solicitor:>> first Judicial circuit-J, 'Iarcondltioftaa5 restoring the organs of by his eager readiness' to undertake. f fetock E"aay germ's. .

Walter Kehoel, I the body)totfeealth" and. streuetb. Sold by Stuart's most perilous missions: Large ; ..

'. .. .... City Drug btore and 8. K.McOeaoby..r It was In recognition of some specially ? Send for Catalog and Prices. .
daring' service of that kind that .
U. S. LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS.H. .
Stuart gave him his promotion. The .

8.Chubb, Register, Gainesville Fla.r ... ,, i Origin of Co T.o"Tegetable < delightful way'in which the great boyish

Shields:: Warren, Receiver .Gainesville.. 'Ooal I'I. origin. When southerner did it Is, best told In Physicians Advisethe

vegetable matter accumulates, under Mr. Eggleston's own. words. \
-. W WASHINGTON COUNTY OFFICERS.Clrcutt water It undergoes a slow process of "You're.abouf my size, Cooke," Stuart use of a goodlaxatlve,,to keep the bowels open and prevent the poisons of undigested
food from getting!n to
your system. .
said "but you're not so broad in .
,
Clerk-,W..;<1Lo;: 'yrVarnonu; J jtocowposltteivgivlng off its nitrogen The latest product'of science Is VELVQ, Laxative ItverSyrup, purely egetalc,,gentle,
the chest" ,
County Jud e--I. A. Hutchison. Vernon. fcydrogmt oxygen1and some carbon I I i s reliable and of a .pleasant, .aromatic (sate Velvo acts on the liver, as wet) as on the
.JUceanlt .which It carried far "Yes, 1 am, answered Cooke. stomach and bowels of ,,
Sheriff-C. G. 'Allen;:Chlpley.''r :I I and..Is the greatest: \ possible efficacy., In coiistlpatlon'Uidlgestion,
, enough Is the'formation of a mass of "Let's- see If you are," said Stuart biliousness' ?,sick headache, feveflshness, -.''-'''. etc. 1
Treasurer H. B. Tiller ,Vernon. ,
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:raxAasessor-J., J.. WilliamVCblpUyt ,carbon' Peat .found,often In swampy taking off his coat as if for a boxing j

: tracts Is the first stage: In the coal match. "Try that on." i XATIV
Tax: Collector-W. B.'Galnerl4coshna.!:
forming" process,' and the farther Cooke donned the coat wfth its three
Supt. Public Instruction F Gainer
Wausau.'J. '" Ai..f ,.* !-tea pare formed by the burial of stars on the collar and found it a fit
these vegetable deposits under great "Cut off' two. .of the stare" Stuart I YLIVO
Supervisor of Renlsiratlon. -J. W.
"." .. .1 Jods. Gainer Econflna.
County, .object) to .pressure and sometimes tobMC'I'Tb.effecte Richmond. Tell the people In the war LIVER SYRUP
., Hollcltor- A. D. Carmichae11
Cblpley. > .. ,' ''> r / a aeries of changes department to make you a major and
? :' .'consolidation and loss -of oxygen and send you back to me In- a hurry. .I'll

County turveJor-Tbos. Collins, Caryviile gives a series of1 products whose na- need you tomorrow." .... ,,,.. .. -....-.
Fla.CountJ. *tor* depends->a the degree to which 0Here's

Commissioner.*' n. 11. tit .rlfflnal,7evetabl: matter has been and those who ,
( Every family especially ,,
J. M. Simmons Chairman, Vernon changed. The products are known aa reside la tbe country should be provided at *a Good Slogan for
S. W. Bush Chlpley.B. anthracite
coal and
1 11IcDIte. bituminous all time with Po'> bottle! ,o( Chamberlain's
F.' Evans 'Vernon.J. .
; coal Llslm Ot. There Is no telling when It,maybe e
,
H. Porter Mlllvlle.! i
wanted in case of an accident or emergency sLtid 'Better Business.DON'T
'It
J. T. Hlghtower Vernon. fI i i..A Stubborn Opening. Bigger : .
t
The head of the household was golug It is most ,excellent, Ju all eases of .. .. ,.
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.. School Board: ....'i',4 f-j ,;rf'v J ? through her husband's pockets the rheumatism, sprains and bruises. Sold by .._.1-11....M6t4,

G. B. Bush. Chairman, Orange/ Hill CUT !>rng Store and d. IC.'McGeachy. f .
S. J. Gainer. St. Andrew. MSt morning 1 .. : t I
;
twj. Buss Vernon. 7WI at kept 7QU out ao late last BLOCK THE WAY!
,
uaflghtr'she.uddeuly demanded. ..

I -;; Htt was .tN, opening of the campaign Mixing His DaUs. '
CHIPLEY CITY 'Fic ALS. my dear" the lesser bait replied. r There Is a story of a man who was .' 'Move as'fast'as the'procession-or move out. 'Tafe' e

Mayor-U. H. Wells.' .' with joy as he stood \
ao transported of the are in make for the
pace company you or way man
Marshal-II.M. Farrlor, "Well. It didn't take three, ork- up at the altar rail to be married that ., I

Clerk and Treasurer-W. W:Cook. af wa to open It, did It?" his thoughts reverted to a day when .behind. '

, j Council-A, D.-Carmlcbsel fchaltmao;: 1 1 & '.**f drew the offending articles be stood up at the prisoner's bar in a .

C. B. Dunn.J. R. McGeachy O. E. TbarpW. zroni.... -Ide pocket and waved them court of Justice to plead "guilty" or I .
O. Butler. Jr. ".. at .gr'IrI before him.Cleveland Plain Dealer. "not guilty" to a criminal charge. So Don't stand in the way of' 'new ideas. Don't paUse in the

1 -- _'Q.J .' t' .. powerfully did that, the most painful path of better..s stem. Don't; settle down 'onl/ the ladder: ,of

NEVER!: OUT OF WORK event of his life obtrude Itself upon ''
when tbe clergyman put success. Don't be a barnacle on the ship of pregress.Chanpe'fne'ags .
his mind that ,
, "..Xb.buet..bJltU.things made areDr..Jt1aa'a
y The Bifiitfr<< ever the question, "Wilt thou. have this wo-
;
: IVew Life Pills Every pill Is a and '
man to be thy wedded wife? soon advancement
sugsr.eeated ,Iobu:. of bealtb, that obaiis- & progress& Progress means
the poor distracted bridegroom answered -
Into
esweakse.slatestrength, Isagor enerir -
distinctness,
I""; with startling
brain< fag late mental power; curlnaocfjstlpatloa "From Tuck- Advanc'emenf'means movement. 'MOVE; -
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pfa. "Not guilty, so help me :
:j Chipley, brSeoha: ; ohllls, dyspepsia, rman's "Personal Recollections."

I malaria. Only JUj at S. MoOeaeby's..
DON'T BLOCK THE. WAY!
Stands for the Upboildinr .f Poet Laureate. .
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The office of poet laureate practically t I .
.. .MUtUtoe Menace. rN: i isr
*"' begins with Chaucer who assumed .. .
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Chipley,. Few people who,know mistletoe only the title about 1383. After Chaucer
.as .a desirable feature of Christmas less In the e4 ',ti, ?t .'rl sot ,
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4-oW'i S 4i the office was more or
.decorations understand that the plant Bpenser'Jn 1500 the
from
Washington County shadow, but City
,
.. Is (a parasite dangerous to the life of line of poet laureate Is pretty well
1
? III'. ..1iiJXnd' !: trees In the regions In which it grows.It the' present time. The
filled down to '
9 Florida. ... ,. ..! Is only a question of time after offlce is largely honorary and has not to writofoi-our confidential letter before applying 'BarbeShop.
f -
". I for patent 'It be worth
mar
mistletoe ,enoe begins to. grow upon a' always been held by the greatest of We money.
.- tree before tbe tree itself will be Dryden, Wordsworth
ws English poets. prompylPATENTS.hrt'T12ADE""tV1
Subscription$1' Per Tear. killed. The; parasite saps the- life of 1 and Tennyson being the most Illustrious '\- !:

the Infected branches. Fortunately It of its bolders.Exchange.fAViCD 1R1 8 01' etu"'IINT !: .
la of slow growth, taking years to de- r IRE torDey tie. send II1OOel. k k.b .
., ..A or photo and wo end aD MMlEUTATEleg No Wairfhg.
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when :
plop: to large proportions but FKp7<''P*t>0 )l6leDf /
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4 We make a Specialty of neglected It invariably ruins all trees HIS :MOTHKR'8. LIFE. eerrtoe and adTice: and OUT '
gttea chargee. are moderlta.. Try_11&.. 3 Barbers 3
nW
It reaches. The only method of extern r doctor* bad up, writes

Neat,. jtnlnatlon,, Is .the cutting down of dls-5 iii Laura Oa'nei of A.vooa. La' and my SiWlFT' &. CO.,

eaoed trees.-Exchange.: ... children and all my friends were looking Patont lawyers Everything Up-to-Mow.

'. ArtisticCommercialPrinting. lor me to die, when my son mutated that I. Opp. U.S.Patent OfilceWa hIngtoii,D.C.

[ 1 Tw. of a ..Kind.I 'ue Electric Bitters 1 did It.}. and tbey hage. .. ... ... ..... '15c.

toldrdat slier I was so flat broke did me a world of good. I always. praise I > \-," ... .. ... ...." Haircutting .. ..'.. 2Sc.
I..had..to. sleep outdoors" said Plodding tfiera. JClecUlo Bitters fa a priceless: Meaning REST AID IIEALTH.TO MOTHER AND CHILD. Shampoo ... ..... 25c.

Pete.. women'trouMed'with l fainting and M...WiNBLoWa SOOTIIINO Svarp ha beea Massag-e .,... '2Sc.

... FD14 It, touch his heart. asked Meandering dizzy spells, backache, headache, ;,weak >8s used forever for SIXTY their YEARS CHILDREN by MILLIONSotMOTIIERs WHILE Hair Singe., 25c.

I &Ilke. debility, co atlpatlo or kidney dlnorders.U TIU THINO with PERFECT SUCCESS; It -
The Banner BOOTH Ha the CHILD SOFTENS the ODM8. We Solicit Your
"-No., Hs.sald bewuding the same,, ..them and gain new health, strength ALLAYS all PAIN; CURBS; WIND COLIC, aod .. Patronage.
I It.nin' Tb y'n guaranteed rn satlftfy !. the bent remedy far JJIARRH thing an bad to pay,, de doctor tot and vigor.- hannlcM.; rte anre and ask for "Mrs.Wlnsiow' Very Respectfully, ,
him what a blsssln it w.- or money refunded. Only BOo at 8. K. Mo- Boothinj Syrup and take so'otter
Chipley, Fla' Waahlnftoo Star. Oeacby. kind. Twe ty'An cent a bottle. I W. D. Pesters; Propr.t .

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The present estate of Abbotef ord was r..u J ).t'II'' "k.\.
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s i. ,>',/ or any S. :1m essC" formed during the years 1811. to 181' Hhdreds of Chipley Readers ':# ':: '; "I";

from various small farms the firs : ,
Know What It Meads. ., ',,' r
Vinol Creates Strength one purchased bearing: the "inharmo JOB :..: "',1 .,...(- '"
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,.. nious designation" Clarty Hole. After The kidneys are overtaxed.
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:. HERB IS PROOF Sir Walter Scott's death In 1834 a committee Have to much to do. >:< ,..", ,,:.'t'A;.:' I'" :< ,

'. "After attack of of friends collected 8,000 toward In aches and .. :;
a long Grippe, They tell about it many '

t : Mrs. Vaught seemed unable to re- the redemption of: the estate, and pains .'. : < );ii ': ; : :

,.. cover her strength. She WaA very Mr. Cadell the! publisher, contributed: (! Backache, sideache, headache A* ,. : : .; :. # ,
the rest on receiving the rights over ,. .R. 1' 'N" .T'I."_ ,. 'M ,
=I :' :' weak and had no appetite. VI- Scott's works The library; and museum jEarly symptoms ot kidney Ills. I P. \ f' :.- 1'

NOL rapidly improved her condition Urinary troubles, diabetes, Blight's ;'
be .rJ".
-had been given some years .' .....
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R and restored her tQ health. I fore by the creditors. As his son tltseAaefollows.. ':-"I*>.:; .

4. M.; sincerely recommend its use during Lieutenant Colonel W. Scott, died on The statement below shows ;you a .' ,. ,.. ," ':' -'. '::-.r" ..

', ,convalescence or any run down his way home from India, the prop certain cure.J. '. 'I..'
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"t' x <' condition." x erty descended to J. R. Loclthart: his C. Prescott, Ninth St., -DeFuniak # :. '" _:;:: ;'a. : '

JUDGE C. N. VAUGHT, son-in-law, and thence to his daughters Springs* Fla. says: "About a, year : r" .
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.. Huntsville, Ala. ] husband J. R. Hope-Scott whose ago I was >o miserable as th result of: Creates. a g impr"si.. !., ; ..,,.
the estate for 'I "\
held
: 'Miss Adelaide Gamm, Water- daughter some my kidney trouble that could scarcely ; sion among your cor ; "':'

-' J town, Wis.,writes, "After a" severe preserved 'attend to my work. My whole IYB-I ", ,('I ft'

., attack of the Grippe tern seemed! to beVuh down and I was :respondents and helps''
my 'system writing table in the study and his hat :

.k. "; was in a very weakened, nervous apd gloves in the hall.-London Standard never free from a dull, dragging pain .. -i ""'"i.i \.'i-'I'

'2 run-down condition. I took VI. across the small ot mr back. The kId- to give your businessprestige. : fl.1f..1,'';
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,: : NOL with the best of results, --- ney secretions passed too frequentlyand .,. : '. .',G'-i: :";.. .
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: .'and it made me feel better and Hovlt Far Can :'You 8seT were painful} when being avoided.A :' .: i::Ii& : "' :
,;,., :, What is the farthest limit to which < ': :f\ :::.:; ::.
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stronger than I have been for years. friend advised me tatry Doan's Kid '. ... '.' I '< '':''
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., !' .' We have never sold in our store the human vision can reach? PowerIn ney Pills and I procured a box. They .r. ...'....;.. >, ,.d'b': -,;.: '

.. a more valuable health restorer for his book "The Eye and Bight," gives proved to be just medicine I required '" ;.,' '. "., i ,"'r',,7"'"t. .
the ability to see the star Alcor, situated '. I '" ;', .,.. ..,.. ,. .. :...."' ;-
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f.i'y, weak and run down persons than and I used only two boxes before I -, .' ........ -,,.-"
at the tall of the Great Bear as ( : \\t' //tf;
:ai .. VINOL, and we ask such people in was cured. I have not had a symptom ntinAtaleasonable
the Arabs call It We'
e the test. Indeed : ;Do Neat ,Pr
i.' r I"\1'J. : this vicinity to try VINOL with the test star. It is most exceptionalto Kidney trouble since then and I, ii:

,. :, ", the understanding that their money' be able to see Jupiter's "satellites therefore believe wy cure to be a permanent .ii '.
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{ '. ," will be returned if it does not do with the naked eye though one or two one." : : -=:T ric s '.I. :

'.> ." all ye claim I for. it cases are recorded. the third satellite w \l'- (,
.I c For sale by all dealers. Price 50 .
arl '
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being the most distinct. Peruvians ; .1: '
:.' ,. S.,E. McGeachy, Druggist, said to be the longest sighted race on cent*. FoaterMUburn'Co.., Buffalo, II" ,:: > ; :.::" -\t: i '

... Chipley, Fla.How earth.: Humboldt records a case where New York,sole agents for the 'United .. .. ,' '.. -., ." ... ''.,,..'.of.1t. ...t:'"' ..,

these Indians perceived a human figure States. :, I '. ; ',' ;, '.: '
1 miles able Remember the Doan'a and ,,, .., ,;; ">'(..\
eighteen away. being .pame- .. -- if

,': (, It F..I. to B* Run O$.r.r to recognize that It was human and take: no other Give' us your next order, :. ,../ .*;: '
{" "When I over' writes a "
was run clad. in White. This is, probably the

',. correspondent, ''I bad not seen the car record for far sight and we will' gve you per- :; :: .:

,, "' approaching. The first thing 1 knew ...
An Accommodating Man. : ;; .. .,.
;,: was that I was on the ground, kicking satisfaction ''thus ,; '
Your tongue la coated. Ton .e) said the old farmer as be feet >: ;,," ,>;''
%.upward with legs in an effort to. ,
my measured out the tomatoes to "
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green
Your breath U foul: ... .,
x get from under the car. Then 1 felt a making of our )'''; "
Headaches come and go the.grocer, "I brought along my spade you one :'-" ''}; :: '''
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wheel going over chest which .
my Tbese symptom show that your stomach by accident but it was a good thingI '" "7/:'
bent as It passed over. In the Inter'venlng did" regular customers. . ."
," U the trouble. To remove the cause ls the < ) : ,
second or two I went through stuck In the'road?" ? '
first thing and Chamberlain'btomach and "Wagon get waasked. '
: ... several minutes' worth of feelings.. I .
Liver Tablets will do that, Easy to take < : :
: had the sensations of astonishment at .. < >,
.4.. and most effective. Sold by City Krng Store "Oh, no! I was coming! along about : : ;
i l ., ; 6 log on the ground of wanting to roni1' mile back when : ,
I feller
,1' and U.: E. MeGeachjv_ a saw a in a .. ...
.. # ; .-rr!' .: aside and away, of bracing myself- field. He had a crooked stick in his .. '.'- .' ...;J vi-,;>.
';' s "x :, and chest ,especially-stiff to resist ', '." : ': :
my
.i1'v Jtt hand and a'Uttle boy with other ,; ..:' ;;: / .t:, ;:;, -
i ..,. something whatever it might be; while : : "
.J Hard For the E.kimo.. crooked sticka' was following him THEClluI'P'L'EY "
,? .f 'r a lightning flash of fear was dimly
\ One of the ilHBculties of the Mora- along. The man was knocking a wood
i I.. ,pry, ti "r:,,',; .. .there and a subconscious query, 'What vian missionaries In Labrador la to en ball along the ground. : i j*
)?' .; 'nT on earth next Yet it Was hardly .
+ .
,.. make the Old Testament, 'with Its 'llelloaa1. ,I' as I stopped. '
9t t r '. !'.. .Jfearbecause. there was no time for. pastoral Hello yourself.'
wealth of detail intelligible ;
v BANNER
t(: .. such a durable sensation. It was rather -
;. to the Eskimos, not one of whom has 'What you dolngrM ;
:: a sense of being suddenly confront-
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'Holing ball in the ninth.'
ever seen a horse.! "Sheep and cattle, a
i./ 'ed with a grave reality of doubtful,
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says Ilesketh Piltchard hi "Hunting: 'Hard work hain't. Itr"Tea.
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obscurely terrible import"London
r ::'ir 7 Camps In Wood and Wilderness." ." -

.. ( Chronicle. 'they' cannot realize or, conceive of, ."Then let me help you a little. ; Chipley, Fla.
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JjoJ'' .,. '. Xlnhapplness. for there are no domesticated' animals Nothing mean about" me.' !:

r .' "" :. .They who have never known prow save dogs In that portion of the penin; ""And I grabbed the, spade, climbedthe t .' "I"Y8'
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'j '. .y; : ;+; .": perky can hardly be said to be, un- sula. They comprehend the story of fence.and dug that ninth hole out 'A
: :"ry6::,rte': happy. It is from the remembrance of Esau, the hunter and that of Samson till it was, as big as a bar'l, and the *X cx: 7*

..}; .....; joys we have lost that the arrows, of and the lion which animal can be feller laid right down ahd rolled over

,?; "i' affliction are pointed.-Emlle. Zola. translated as polar bear, but of Abra and over and laughed so much he ,

i ", '.7_, _ ham in the land of Mesopotamia they couldn't find word to thank me.-
f.' ;.:;;,: tan form, no picture. The nearest approach Rochester Democrat-Chronicle. ..'...G. ................ '

; >( It wmnever rain roses. If we want ..
to these ideas Is drawn from
k ..F', more roses we must plant more trees. : :
: the harvest of the sea, Seals and fish DO YOU KNOW

',, :' Diarrhoea should be cured without loss taking the place of flocks and herds. .
o S .iS;
;ot time and by a medicine which like Cham SAY!
HI. Kind. That now 1* the time to build that home or business house
; e
W. :berlaln's Collo Dholera and LMnrrboea Remedy have been considering? The
you business
heard of who present depression!
"I a man once wagoing .
'.. :: not only cures promptly but produces e has reduced the price of lumber and building materials; labor IIIIi7!

"."l ; no unpleasant sifter effects. It never falls to make money hand" over flat .. Is cheap and plentiful, and you can build now for 25 to 50 per $

i y f fl., ...d'i.pleasant and safe to .take. Sod by whenJie was"carried 'off. We will send the Banner free for cent less than to'JUNE

'v' ,$, 'L Cltv Drug Store and 8. E. McOeacby. "By death e &

1 ; ... .. ,r" "No; by the police. He was porcl the term of this school to 1907 OR JUNE 1908. '
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.-:: climbing.-Baltlmore.American.! V : :
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'7t A Riot of Ink. To Every White Teacher When you think of lumber orj build Ing material, think of us .

.Canon .Nlcholl used to tell how on Ho Was Slow. and the fact that we !have; completed a modern up-to-date mill-
'
:;s oDe occasion he had visited the famous 1 had not talked to him more thai) I work mill, and Can fnrniah everything made of wood.used in
fifteen"minutes when he called me at a building from sills to comb and that *
Nl house of 'the Thrales in that suburb idiot." In Washington County we can e
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.. ." of home.London,"Johnson where,"Dr.said Johnson the canon was at in "Geel! He didn't violate* any speed .DC>:, IT QUICK. $

t l If limit Ir. getting next, did he?"-Boston Who wih send of. '
the.
: ,, w recalling his visit, "had occupied two Post us news Sash Mouldings Framing Bank ,:., !

...: t ... _. '< rooms' ,.and these were left as he last their community each week Doors Casings FloorlngDrug ,
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I:4N. -. used them. The sight was an extraordinary or Blind, Base Ceiling Store .

.., .:a : one, for ink was splashed all KICKED BY A MAD I1O1JSK. every two weeks at least. Frames Finish Siding' Fixtures.

,' over the floor and even on the wi\lla.K Samuel Birch of Beetown,Wis.| had most : Eatimates I i *'" ( f3
-cheerfuUy! furnished. H
Freight paid to sta-
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.: .+ It was one of the doctor's habits to narrow.eecape from losing his lev. a* Do Correspondents write tlon if desired. vour, .

l/-r:: .:: ,"I':. ,j;;'r. dip his pen In Ink and then shake It." doctor could heal the fi'Ightful sore that developed may on ;'
a ......' i ,but at last :
., UucklenS Arnica Salve I "
> of 'AttNUFACTURWG
IL.OINO
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subject general interest.
any
:" [\ MARIANNA '
';' : : cured it promptly. Its tbe greatest healer [ CO.
i ;k-'c- !S. ;. ,Tsaohlng the T.aoh;.. of ulcers burns boils ,ft ,
eczema scalds '
cut
'. ': ';''": Teache+Johnny, what part of speech cold Our only request.is that they retrain e
"'" corns, sores bruises and pllza on earth MARIAN A, ,IF1.A
:.71'.t : :"Is nose?' Johnny-'Tlsn't Teach-, .
il. any. Try It; 28o at S. B, McOenchy's.Tho 0
4 :: : from D' "' : PHOI"'CBBa"
i ; using the, name of any .
..Johnny-May; v e

": : .. !: Magplo Coiling. person.in a way calculated to give ............ ...........

!1,;.. i )::; got Is my mouth.
.. '< ):.i i,': One of tbe apartments In the' ancient offense. ..

';";.,t. ..111F: royal palace at Clntra. Portugal, The New York World'
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:.J//; xt tJ..'fJ, Sam Old Story."Does We
Is known as the Hall of Magpies. promptly obtain U. 8. and Foreign
\ w. .J t t?: he pay his alimony promptly: Painted in the arabesque celling is to Thrice-a-week Eedition.'.
Let
.' Hear
.-:; ; !,I "No. He has to be urged and threat us
be found a swarm of magpies. Each : :-: .
:... )rened every pay day; but, then of IWEMTSdead
1 has In the mouth A scroll on which The Thrice Week World hopes to. ben
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course I got used to that when we
painted in red on a white ground, 'are 1908 a better paper than It has ever
.were living together.-.Cleveland Plain FrQm You.
; sil'y : ," the words. Tor bem. The story 'been before, and it has made Its arrangements -
Dealer. model,tketua or photo UliJVcnUoD for
I f runs that King John of Portugal was accordingly. Its news service cov;: < frae report on rat entabhlty. Borlreebook1

,6.,\,:':" ,. Maaeulln P.rverslty. making! love to' one of the mafds of ers the entire globe, and It reports .every M RAOE-itiAR S ro

w j.a. -'::T' Men are funny creatures to cater honor in this chamber and was surprised We want the News thing fully, promptly and a accurately. Its

;(ij :, for. A woman will buy the things she "by"the queen. His majesty made ) the only paper, not. a dallq'wbfch ,Is as I
; the best of tbe circumstances good as a dally, and which.
and
; explained will keep you
but.aman will the
;; wants only buy 1
... -''. things he need Exchange. to the queen "in por bem mtnkacre" S- as completely informed ot what Is happening ;
, -t.;: ; ; ("Ob. It la-nothing: alL It is 6O YEARS throughout the world '

. 14. JfI'" f Is harm EXPERIENCE The Thrlce-a week World Is fair jpposite! U. S. Patent Office-!
the quite right There no in if) As 'In its
....,i .. WI' JVTien fight begins within. himself I
\ .",;::" ,.(,. -. d man,'* worth' something.-:-Browning.HlOMlKUT to whether the queen was satisfied the political reports. You can! get tbe truth WASHINGTON. D. C.
'1r' f.. I legend is silent but the ladles of tbe from (Its columns, whether you artf: a" Republican -.
':f ..
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i'\olo\ ;: : 'IN TUB OZAUKH court were deeply interested and were or Democrat' and thai I li what '.

I I""--r 4and yet sleepless Hiram Scranton of Clay constantly saying to one another witha you want. *
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I"S; ,c t.!{$: City, lit coughed and coughed. Be was in smile. "Por .hem I Por bem I" The A spvalat feature Of the Tbrlce-a-weck CURTIS L. JONES ,
; It time to he World has always bead Its serial Action .
r .Jj. 'r tbe mountains on the advice of dy*doctors, king thought act, BO commissioned TRADE MARKS \

;; who said he had consumption but found no en .rUst to.paint on the DIE.IONeCOI"Y"IOHT.4c. Itpubllaheanovelsbp the beit'au bor8 In
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Notary Public State I
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13&-" help In the climate and started bom Hear ceiling as many; ,magpies as there Were .tt.r.r ak.1oh and da. i Iptlon wise the world nores which In book form sell at Large.. .K
ladles :our >ktiioa free wb. b.r. for 1.80 apiece, and Its hitch Standard .. n t
; talkative about the court, each IlIye"tfnn oi an In
; ol .J
.. Ing Dr. King's New Discovery, be began ) t.ntM' ConmnnloaUou .
TA"W;: :: to use it. "1 believe it saved! my life," he : holding in the beak: the ribbon with sent*hew Idea'oonnd.ifa'.far HANDBOOlTon Pat .u. this respect will be.malntained'lo the fut. All businessentrusted tot C
.iranor leourlurpatmt* orB as In the
l write. "for it made a new man of me,. so I the words, "Por bem. -.London. Globe. taken tbrouali Muuaftctal jh Co. rwMl.. past. t
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-' .."V- can do good work again.. For all lung diseases noUcewithoscbrgslacknhIIIc th.Pat.nl. The ThrIce-a-week' World's regular b 9 f care. will have my prompt: t

J '.-' ;:. coughs, cold., Uf rip, asthma oroifp, Prompt relief in alp I nasea, of: threat and $ Riiwrkai.a subscription and this price !Is only fl.oo pe"r year attention. Fees, reasonable ,
.
tit. for 15 :
pays
*s ,-fir, whooping cough, hay fever hemorrhage, long trouble jf you ase Chamberlain'sCough banc.om..tlhtlltftde4 w*.",,. r_& elr.mlatton $ papers. We offer (

';'r ,t hoarseness and qulnsr. Its the best known Remedy, Pleasant U lake,soothing art. fnnr of novtbe..i.So any.ol.nliaa JoarnaU brail "tfrmn...>d..,Ba_a thU unequalled newspaper and The Ban'fti Can be found.at Post Office, (

i remedy. Price OOo and '1. Trial I -tattle free and healing In effect. Sold" by tJlty ,) together for one year f6r 11.M. The ,) ." :t ,
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,. I't- rug lklf.O'! : =!e!JWkI regular subscription price of the'two r 'I' Ii..' :'i,. ..;. (
r I"A'" Guaranteed by 8. E. McGeacby.sv Store and 8. E. -McOeacby. Is 'r. psi "
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and Potassium) but to his V J eiders, also 1 I .? t. .

P Pro p'Powerful Permanent And _the boy who. went-, 'pos-

Its beneficial": Stubborn cases Good results are sum buntingwith a negro on Wife 'ene
feet are usually yield to P. P p. lasting-it curesyou : 1 ir I
o fit! very quickly, clues whenothermedi.are tusslmappp to stay cured Friday Di'.ihding."patch- "up about in 2 aforbid'dekine ; ,

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Makes rich, red, pure. blood-cleanses: the entire Congress; seems to have an I
system-clears the brain strengthens: digestion and nerves. idea of summering in 'Washington -

A ,positive specific for Blood Poison and skin diseases., '' 30
1 Drives out Rheumatism : ,
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and Stops the Pain; ends Malaria- !4al
is tonic '
a wonderful and body-builder. Thousands endorse it. I' .

F. V. LIFTMAN, SAVANNAH GA. Tex'as.Democrats it is said, are '
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arranging to start a fire under t '_

Senator whose expires ,
Bailey, term -
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Florida.', l'' Fisheries., T Woo Can Locate Him? ., ... .,.J.. I M _......... ,...' --_..' .,--.-..." ....._---_,._ ..._... ..._.

The steady ,growth in. the fishing What has become ot the old- Champ Clark is now speaker of $
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industry in F16rida* in the fashioned man whose. shoes theHouse, but be' did: not drive : Just a word Farmers, and, Fence Builders: : -

last twenty years made that product squeaked as.he walked cautiously that pair of Missouri mules down .
rank fifth ,in value ,. $ ,
among: down the church aisle? Pennsylvania'l Ven'uVas he prom-
Having made a ,deal. for :Ten Car Loads e
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the states, in 1909, according'to And the man who could hear a ised. "'Champ"missed a''great opportunity .

the special Census'report on the cow'bell in the distance' and determine 'fi.bowjdvliat a' 'driver :|. of the Best American Steel Wire Fence, we, :

fisheries of the United States. ,
by the sound of the bell he is. .
Florida has a natural' monopoly whether.Blossom was grazing or .. .1> are, in position, >l, to make. you better'prices' :

of the sponge fisheries; con- coming home? A man in New York claims to :t: than er before, '$ .
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tributes two-thirds'in value 61 And the girl wearing bon- discovered somethi "
a have lt' 'th twill 4& $
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the mullet paoduct, and"was surpassed net-a real cloth bonnet 'a Be before wire '
not, overcom'e'the laws of''rrayitation .t sure you see us, buying, ,
in the value of its shad hat-who r nl J, l '
swept theryards Saturday If be,could Invent' something -
product only by Virginia and afternoon, in anticipation of. that would cause a dollar toreturn :I .,elsewhere. 'It means money saved. :

North Carolina. It hasthe, long- Sunday' company? ,I to you after being spent .. $

est coast line, of ,any state, with And the school boy who used,a it would' r snore.to the, point. I. \ eI

numerous; lagoons. sounds. and slate as a book-shelf between the '4 I; : ChipleyHdw.. Co._ >

bays, often..mlsnamed rivers, ,on school house and his home? Washington dispatches : :

waters the Atlantic on the, coast Gulf coast with, shallow shut in And the housewife who knew that "a, 'one-legged, man, who say ... ...... .....Q

how holes a quilting irame plays baseball, football and any-
many'
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from the open sea ,by keys and : ', ,, ,
should have/ thing other men can do," has applied -
lowland spits; and all these waters '
abound fish: And the man who set a steel for U position ,as railroadmail The.irt ;;1atioAax.Bank;

trap in the smoke house? clerk. He says he wears an
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artificial limb, burt cah get' about
And the who
girl
never got on "
The Examination Text Books. as faat'>tuy two-legged'.rnaaf Designated D"poaUary' of the' United State. t'
the left side of to milk? ; .
( '" 'i a cow ., i1 "-'-1"-*- i ,,,
The following is list of TextBooks .. .,, Oldest and Largest ''Bank In West Florida. '
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Andtbe, boy who carved, his, nifrrpT'I'I I 'u < ,
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School at Home.i. : or alal rll IU arcrx/ar :10. :leeo. <
to be used the basis of .
as initials ,
I. on a sweet-gum tree and "i. v ""/11' ( .

the examination. for teachers. in watched the letters'disappear by Let the.Carver School. teach} you. by;. Capital Half Million" } Dollars., ,', .. ,
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mail, the Art of Photography.,, U
Joe. the time he put on long pants? Surplus and Undivided. Prorita, K,>1100,000.,, ..',.";,'
If you are seeking iL'-pnfe.slo; that .I i: '" I' '
Orthography t Speller; 20c And the young man who notWOOD'S ts not'obetorobide 4'ind'one'that' s 're Interest Paid In Savings Departmental Rate of let cent per Annum. '. 'I
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Reading-Any standard author' will ; t
munerative,1; respectable'and It.'easant'you ..
| answer. \ are advised to take up photography TDHeFirst National' Bank \"

Arithmetic-Milne's<<; Standard; 65c. -Let the Carver. School teach OF PB ACOLA." i "" f'S, r .. ? '
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Composltlan-r-Elements of English you. W.X. flviit. J...President. W.3.KBTBBR. VI.PreaW.
I Composition,by Huntington; 60c. HIGH-GRADE If you are aq amateur photographer J.FOHBBS. Ca.bler. Taos. W. BRUNT. Aset.'Cashier. W.N. HOBBKTB, Ann. Coehler'
and wish to make better at D..ct..a--rV.C. ,Brent W. A4Ulount. ,W.a KeF,.ar.' )Wm'B.KD..I_ ,i' W. K. HyeivJ.
pictures: .. a This.
English Grammar-Lawton. B. Ev.. W. J.Fbrbus Knowle Hver.f P W.Brent. '
f ans'; 40c. / lower t (//Farm.'Seeds. fess'ionkrL'et the"Carv ''School'tei'ch )
Physiology-Primer, of. Sanitation, > ii "' "' "
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[by,Ritchie.; SOc. We headquarters'' for you.If you are a professional l and wishto Niglt Class Saw jftjfl) I } acltAnery;' ,
Florida are We at our new warehouse,
History-J-Brevard and Ben- work that Will be. 'a' carry
the best in all Farm seeds. produce pleasure '
|nett'.; 60c. to your customers'and a creditto 408 and"412 East Bay St., a large
:" Grass and Clover Seeds. stock'of Portable and Stationary
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U. } History.Field's.'lirummar youLet'the Carver School, teach
|School; $1. ._ .' ..' Seed Corn, Cotton Seed, ua Engines; Locomotive and Horizontal
Cow Peas, Sofa Beans; ,ydu.The Return Flue Boilers; Saw-Mills,
Carver School of Practical Pho- "
Geography-Redway's Natural k Sorghums, Kaffir Corn, / (i Planers; Edgers,' Saws, Belting:
[School, Florida Edition; fl.2S._ Millet Seed,Peanuts, etc.Wood's tography and'offers twenty cemplete practical ., r.,S-. and Mill Supplies; also engine and

Agriculture-Duggar's, for,Southern. inexpensive: courses coveringall -M :.;, !iIo',: ', ,aaw.-uIIU) repairs. Walso handle the '
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branches of photographic
\ issued work. I;
I Schools; 7Sc.Physical .,< J i Crop ; I celebrated line of Hustler Saw Mills
monthlygives Write now for full information, it i* '
Special"
Geogrrphy-Muray SimDona's a IdErle'Englnes' and Boilers. This makes the best Saw MI11"ou1 on earth.
free and'placesVoui under' ho'
'obliga-
: ;$125.Civil timely information as to tions. .Addressr.. : ., K 'Get our prices before buying.. 'We can save ydu money. 'A postal will bring
seeds each month in
to plant 'our Traveler. Write for illustrated catalog\ covering your,requirements.
GoverlD'lent-For all grades. the year also prices of Season-, THo Carver School of .
Boynton's School Civics; $1*. Yocum'a able Seeds. Write for copy, Pr.actl sl'Pltotdgrn'ph'y.Lock /VlalsfoyVlocHlrtery" ,Co.40M ,.

[Civil Government of Florida. and the mailed free on request. Box 504 Waterloo, low Q 412: 8.1 Ilta'y St. Jack onvl1 e. Flot-lcJet.
|United States; $1.AlgebraMllne's. Lonli"DI.tanoe: Telephone No. 11'74.

High School} $1. T. W. WOOD & SONS, -. .. ...- ,
Theory and Practice-For all grades ;J. JONES .'I.'I.'I""" I,. ..t! 'I'I.II""" """ """ """ ""'" I!
Richmond Va.LaW jr:
[School and Class Management Vol. II Seedsmen, ,- '.r ,1 .

Administration and Hygiene, ./,' by, Ar- AttorneyAtl. _, THey GroW tHe .$
hold; Si. I
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President. Vice. "Presldent Cashier. A : ;l I
Attorney at Law.., '
First National Bank. ...Collection a Specialty,, \ 'lhe; <
Ch/pley./ Fjn published the results of a loner series of held tests and they' I'i

MARI NNA FLA. II show: plainly ,that a aqimal ammoniates' such, as 'BJook and '

..' &J J + "' COOK doe McF 93, Tahkagre, made a larger increase' in 'yield "than any other..

Capital, $50,000.00 Attorneys at Law.. For. instance. it was found that. Cotton. Seed, Meal- ,, alone, ,

Solicits Account*.of Banks, ,Corporations, Firms;and Individuals. s1oreca.ve: f"- CtlfKjr'i' 11 SUM i .'Balk. I showed,a gaizSper.; acre of '- '. },*. $ 2.68 '

Our twenty years'extferle'nce' In the banking business enables us to offerou Care/ulattention given all mutter entrnit Tankage; alone, J4.00. ;.
the best banking facilities of any bank in West \P.orida.; We also have a to my care., Codactlon made. Cotton Seed, meal and Potash gained, .- 7.02
lly equipped Saving Department in which we pay irterest on deposits. Ac- Agsntkrreapoe.ible time and flr tellte4. In ; .
unts Tankage and Potash gained 14.29
by mall handled .as easily a. by per80 interview. nranc*comoanlo*. '
Send us your business. Cotton Seed. MealAcid,,\ J .bos. &Pot.. gained 942Tankage .

F. M. (GOLSON, Cashier. R. F. ,' Acid> Phosphate and Pvotasb gained 17.80
SCARLET
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Neat Printing' Real Estate.Handled. .
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1 Creates: a good impression : > < Office)Jn .Nit11 Fink sours of plant food thMutiouthe t entiregrowing <

""am.ong your correspondents ,7- I season.' "
k rjR. R. E. TILLER a '.
( ; ..t1lkIB111pa'tS
I? and helps to give your business 1 -
DENTAL
SURGEON, j'
N ", s y\ R. Wells i $acs Agent.: t
prestige. hip ,Florida
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do (Office over Flrat,Nat'l Bank.'f' 1 ,
fWe Neat Printing ''
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i \ '. Just, a Party of,Fishermen, .. .
i i 'Persona.I .[ The following gentlemen' II$$1 I Town Topics. IT i!'' .

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The r
posing a fishing party which will ; .
A Sessoms was over'froni I Bon- rendezvous at Bay head and VIcinity rfbw jibout, ''the family housefly? -

ifay Saturday1. for two weeks, left here Bring The"Banner" all ,the' cotton First National BanK ,:

w k j L. D. McRae! spent Monday at Monday morning: rags you have*, ': .

... ,Ge'o.'flyers, Albert Myers} S. '\
,1. ""t the.count18ite. \
? 1 I ', 1 S. M. Robertson and wife were A. Alford, J'. T. Britt, Z. D. Na- Try business a little-.advertisement local and inour .... of Chipley.J: : ..

.."I I : I in town Saturday. pirr and W1. p. Peters, of Chip- colqmn. ',' y .
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Pet of .Doerun, Ga.. seethe", result, $50,000.00\' ..
J ley; Myers CAPITAL, -
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P., 'I J. C. McLeod I.spent Sunday Irving:'Myers of Tifton, Ga., John The Banner wants 50 pounds! .
:,:' Monday at Marianna. MtPbaul of Poland, Ga., George clean cottonrags.Have you any? t SURPLUS, $20,000.00Appreciation. t

,' ,:" 'I i J. M. Harper was in town Mon-, McWhite ot Norman Park. Ga., Will pay good price for. them. ... !
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{ '"- :"- ,,: day'and. spent I the day. ? w. Aycock and W. P. Gi11i rs..L--, : Crow is entertaining / s

,: &,4 Attorney IfD. J. Jonesspent Die ot Moultrie, Ga., John Alford a number' of her triends at 1 I'

{ ;: \ U :;:: Monday, 'at Vernon on legal busiriess. Hartford) Ala., .Win. Farley, of an "at home"-this afternoon. '. This Bank values the business it receives from i its
I:' Marianna W.-C. Alford of Com- 1 \
:\'.. Moses Guvtoij/bne of? Jackson! 7 customers and takes every opportunity ,of telling
: pass Lake, and T.. H. McKay.To ; '
f l. > Uncle Alex Matbias was in from county's well-known citizens: diedat : hand
will the other appreciate
say that they have a tb'em"so.' Our customers on
'bis and spent Sat- .
( A. Oakhill home hid;'home Marianna Sunday.
.('" urday." /- splendid vacation goes without ': ,/ i "j';: '"* the fact that the, service extended to'them i is
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saying.The. Our of waterworksisn'earingcompletion
h pewystem.c
-, W. 6. Wright of Homer; Ky.. I .. I ; and when coupled, with- security. Any business arrangementto t

1 >, .. i was a visitor here a few days this Legislature. in. Session. finished wilt.be'the best, 'in 'West be permanent, ust be mutually satisfactory'
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J I The legislature of Iflorida'as- Florida., .... and profitable., Therefore, in selecting of

". ,:., -Dr. Yates of Pensacola, made' sembled at' noon Tuesday, and Watching", -country'' growdoesn't your bank, have permanency in view
; Here
his regular monthly visit l '
the officers selected by the cau- .help much One man )


1 = .J' .. Qeorge.,, McWbite of Norman to preside oven:.the deliberationsof worth forty standing around giving S present-and future well-. %

,.: ; Park, Ga._ spent Sunday nightin the House and Senate during directions., /, being with a good GA
the : tbesixty'days! sessicxn. "
city. i \
I : Sunday work by postoffice e v .' sound band.' r ,
; Fred P. Cone was chosen
e ,: : John McPhaul of Poland, Ga., president '
.pl 'vees is to be reduced to a rain\
of the Senate, and JohnP.
uest'of
: was the friends, here imum, and ''distribution of mail to

1,\.1 I "'-' '\ Sunday' night '' .> Y( -' Stokes was chosen president lome'protens. boxes discorTtinue'd altoget er. A t"" .".,..".I..I..I'.... .....'.................... ........
.\. Mr Stoks, whose): i is
,;: \ ; 1 'M Geo. Mendenall-left Monday 'distribution will
rs. is limited be made .. --
in Penacola,, the youngest -
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.tit 4 ': for a visit with' 'reiaU es in member of the senate. at general delivery window, but Improved farm machinery is Ladies, come see our line of
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1t :" Gads"en county. T. A.: Jennings of Pensacola, a.special' -''stamp'will beth one of our long suits; see our dis dainty laces and embroidary.The .

:(; T. L. Davis of the Orange Hill was chosen Speaker ot the House only 's' "thing to land letter play.' Dunn-Coleman: Co. Misses Richardson.
M 1 r where'it is wanted'onSundltyT' Dunn-Coleman Co. have the
'. neighborhood, :>yin town on 'Sumter
was Glenn Terrell of
} ;t}. was... The Misses Richardson call the Planters and Distributors.
; S 5' I.Mt's.Simm prices on -
:I business Monday., elected Speaker protem.J. whotwas, \ carried tQ attention of tbe ladies to the line See them. .

j ,' ,'' Rev. and Mrs.! W. A; Bryan .G. Kellum was elected house the Dotban; Infirmary about two of Hair Goods they have just re- \ .

I hr"" -" "" went to Round Lake Saturday clerk, and Charles Finley sectary -e- ,weeks\ago... Qrtreatment,, .died ceived. Grinding Days. '

.:; ': for a few days visit.' of the senate. there last Thursday night and v fence I
; .. and Sat-
"r.I.5. Why don t you putagood Tuesday,...Thursday
'The 'of 1911 i is well her remains' 'rJugI1'-t here for
\\.j',, ,' Mrs. C. K. Pond of Pensacola', legislature : around your farm we have the urday of ,each week is griding
officered starts off.with burial Which took ce Satur-
..:;., came in Sunday'and' is, visiting and good .p1 : wire; come see us about it.. Dunn days at.the Chipley Grist Mill.
prospects tor a busy session.! It. day; 'The,Banner tenders sym-.
Mrs. J. J. Williams. Coleman Co. M. MORRIS Prop.
is hoped it will "do business. paty to tohenchildren,
c- ... W. D. Gillispie of Moultre, Ga.i -. :instead of filibustering. ,is broken, up and whose\ hearts mooooooooo
a oo OOnoooooooo oooo000
'. -i was a visitor here Sunday night I : desolate..
1 are
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I 'i'" 4 and Monday morning.Geo. Your j job printing done in the s :- I
1"' Considerable excitemen was I How Happy."S""S
,:',,,: ',' <-' Lawton df Meadows, Ky., "Quality Printing" style will add aroused here, hursday morning to be .
I ;;. ? ,, was one of the tourist visitors materially to its efficiency. The
by finding the bdd'r of an infant,
'i l i(< here Friday and Saturday.- Banner office does that kind of :
f"' near the-B; C"'depot; the child I Though Married. '
:'' ;; S W. B. Lassitter ,of c', Panama printing. .. had .either died' shortly after:
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'::1.\1', City, was the guest of friends ., birth or had, been mnrd'ered.and. I '

1 \ :',;: '; here Sunday and Monday, What all those expejts\: have was placed here, thinking possi- 'Fix up a nice, comfortable home
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l' W. T. Jeffries one of the prosperous been, .saying about Coca. Cola may bly it would \not, be ,discovered.A ; ; I select ,the girl of yourchoice, always

.s'{' I wJ.!: ', farmers soute-west cause the thirsty public to. come coroner's.jury was, mpannel-: 5 pleasant -v

I!! ',; I town was intown, Saturday. ,I back to the old time pink soda ed, viewed the body, got'the_ opin-i I be and curteous, and pur
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I water and lemonade habit.I( ions tjf doctors/and, made other i. chase your
l l(1.1' S '.I' J. A., McCormac was up from I investigations which resulted in #
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:'::" : the still near Ebro and spent a and
''1< \ .day or two first of the weep.s An 'interesting Litter. the arrest of' a negro girl who Staple Fancy Groceries
confessed she'was the mother of
County Solicitor A. D. Carmichael After st dying:the Bryne Simplified I ..FROM..
h, the infant; but she.claimed it died .
Shorthand for about five
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'I transacted business connected natura, !)y.-* She, ,wa!! ..boundover
: weeks, I could write 150 words a W.
h with his office' at Vernon W.
the circuitconrti, A HARVBY
minute of unfamiliar; matter: $ negro ,
Monday.
I l'' \ man who was said to be the tath-
court reporting. I had never
I Geo. F. Gainer,one of the prosperous er of the child 'was' also 'arI"tIiJtedand I .i FREE DELIVERY.
i ... studied any system of shorthand
farmers ot., the bound pvei-tp circuit i rt.
Pinelog trouble ; cg cccccc
before. I have had no cccccocccooo000OocccccaDCcccoccoccocceccweekat.
E section, was a visitor in town Friday either ,
in writing or reading' the i
4 j afternoon and Saturday,' ,
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Byrne Shorthand.. 'I would ,not .
Miss Abbie Campbell and neice take for this course ten times .' :

1 \ I Miss Abbie McLean of Euchee- what it cost. -

j 'ann ',/are visiting'' Mr. and Mrs. -, E'THEL MCDONALD. i 'This __ ,
I J. L. Campbell here't.1is week. I'I .
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Stenographer Rock Island r. / .- ?
Senator Wj H. Lynn of New & Pocifi Railroad.Miss'Mcbonald .
\ York and ,capt. A. J. Gay of \ti ,
Panama City, 'were prominent 1 j\ ; I DUNN-COLEMAN
business visitors here Wednes- has since mar- A GO'S.Another
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R. F. Scarlett spent Sunday West Florida Easiness ,... ,

night and Monday in Tallahassee College Marianna 'Fla., aches S: : car of Page Fence unloaded Saturday.I

having made the trip over this system both at /the college ", "",I. .

there with Senator Cook in his and by correspondence. .. .. ;'. ,'
I \ automobile. .. .. v Screen Doors and Screen windows
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I Pet Myerstf Doerun Ga., and Watch Lost. ,
Irving Myers of Tifton, Ga. were t : "J' ; Jllunimum Ware and Enamel
i :1 IHJ J 1 < Ware
r here Sunday night'the, guest of Anyone finding a small ladies'gold I' it .
their brothers, Messrs.. Albert watch Waltham movement / i ,

and, George Mye'rs.B. engraved inside case, "John:;, to HQ takes! Pitchforks; Planters, Spring-tooth Cultivators

I I ... B. F. Waller and family ispent( Eunice, Dec..S, 1888," with a fob. S : t.:.. '

a few days with! relatives on Pine- .attached, will please returu, same Harness, and Saddles. / .<: '

r f log.last week. Mrs.Angus Taylor to me and receive $5 rewaVd. ..,." t/, .. '
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returned with them 'and is \
Miss \
... GLADYS FARRIOR. ...q'":- *'" -" I" '
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Paints Lime
spending thIrweekhere.!: Oil Plaster
) r ,', ; r- Paris. ,
J. -T. Washington ,who recently ."Wanted-SO pounds clean cotton st ,1.J"tr :t'r.lY'.31:"i 'i i f '

moved to Birmingham wherehe The Banner. iw ', : sooth wire and Poultry Wire "
is the head of,the Washington rags. v I S. v* 1*v '.!*k,*,".* : % ,/ \ -
Motor Co.,,is spending this week Call in and see our line of En- ,

r here closing up some of hia..business amel ware. Dunn-Coleman Co 1 'l'' ', .And' everything else you may need in Hardware

affairs. -; ,,"' f :\cM( ,jX i?! ,,f: }''-"' .... ,
Just received! '
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I Hon. Buell Cook left .Sunday 40'bu. Unknown Peas / .
for Tallahassee where be assumed t /.II'; : .il ,Diinn-Coleman Co. "
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( his duties)! as State Senator 'at S at .
I, the opening, ot the. legisture j Idjl'f; ,,')7r '?/ t ,A. G. McQUAGGE
death ,
-:which convened Tuesday. He When occurs a coffin; or \ ; General Manner.

went.through the country. '' in. his casket t is required; we'have"th; em ,.. ( I.
automobile. \ Dunn-Coleman Co:
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