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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: May 11, 1911
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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).
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: One dark colored, medium size J. C. Porter moved his family: Notice is hereby:: given, b t.an. dinner and supper at Har-
P' LETTER cow, about 8 or 9 years old; has to West Bay last week. examination for teachers win .be; veys. Fresh goods; free delivery.
white spot in face; neither mark L. L.. Gay was a.business caU'1 held at the Academy in Vernon a .
BEADS R HEADS ed or branded; has calf with her er at. Panama City, Saturday.S. beginning at 8f o'clock, on Tues 'I'T. L. Wells&Bro. sell the bestBrogan
W. Anderson a few
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I ENVELOPE' about two months old. Left my days the past week in Pensacola.A. day, the 6th day Of June,' 1911, shoe ever brought' to ..,''
BEADS BUSINESS place in Chiplev last of March; J. Gay of Panama City, was and continue for three days.' i Chipley for only. $1.50. ;" 1
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TS. N CARDS should have gone back to range business caller here Wednesday. All applicants must 'provide : Sis :
ARS, PAMPHLETS in.vicinity of my farm. Any information J. E. McKenzieot Panama City themselves with t>gal-ca ;paoer. ; Box Ball 'I.

'r COMMISSARY leading to recovery of spent Saturday and Sunday in pens andink, present,a cirtiificate very papular with the ladies' 'in .'

said cow will be much appreciated Gay.Dr. of good moral character, and pay, other'cities. We want the ladies "
CHECKS I CJIEC J. Ambus Wells of Chiplev,
aud-will willingly pal any, rea- has been looking over our town a fee of $1." .of Chipley to try it. ,
DRAFTS '
N i sonable charges.. the.past few days. B,.F. GAINER,, CHIPI.BY Box BALL PARLOR.

VISITING J. W. BOWEN. Miss Ovida Gay returned home County.Sup
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G ; Thursday from a days DR. T. G. YATES,
Although the primaries are a visit with! relatives in Panama The continued :cool/'mornings
With YEARS'EXPERIENOE -
TO ORDER year off, candidates for the vari- City. are damaging, crops to tonsider' TWENTY as an .
ous offices are beginning to come John N. Doty and niece of ble extent in, tbjs part, ,,of, the. '. EYE" 'SPECIALIST,'
White Bear. Minn., who have
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been spending the oast three --WILI. DII:''.A T '
; -SO pounds clean cotton .
: The Banner. What.some people call trustingin months here, left for their home Good schools, good 'churches' Dr. Wilson's''Office'jI
Providence is nothing but lazi- Friday. .good homes an{ good roads .are IN CHIPL.EV, .
o county--in the ness. The man who thinks Prov- Quite a crowd from Gay and better recommendations for a Prom ELEVEN to SIX oV ..ck .
of Ltynnbaven attended the dance at .
Sunshine and Flowers. idence will help him out without Southport Saturday night. If you county than great-wealth. What First Tuesday In Each Month.gr'lhamlnat.lonl'

-$1 100 at the barn. effort of his doing ,\o and" FREE. ;
per any own part speedily wish to have a good time, just go are you; create support My Pennacola office Is Room :No 410.
.f. J, P. Scbell.., finds t his mistake.: to a dance at Southport. these institutions? Mount Bulldinsf, ..


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PUBUSUKU KVKRY: THURSDAY. .

At Cblpl_T. Pl.. L : cool.The weather is dry, windy and Fe :'we '''are ih.

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/ Rev. M. E. Grant has had a ..
Entered at ttw poetoffloo at Chlptojr.Tla.; a. well dug at the parsonage. ,! .r .' r .., This ti ,e'Vitb'8om.ethineentirely new to anything -

second clM mall.at.ter. .. .. ,,;., .. .
e' .:- ?w the people/of this section have been used to. '
J. J. Cox and children and FedCox's I v .
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BATES: A lot of well assorted .
DUE TKAB....'.......... ...".......*1.00 children'have measles. __ : .
8IXMO1TTB0,...... .. ..... ........ .WTHBXK Z. C. Jones in from his farm : -: L GnASSRUGS : .
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short while Saturday, afternoon. "
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W. T. Home still,continues very .: : : range : *. ..:: :)f :
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of local Interact, are whclMd.I U ill. .. .'.., / .4\1.\ .. : ; "
dally the pabllsh- ... :,,' ;t.. : ,' "." v ;We have.also received few nice .comfortable: ;
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and correspondent at every postoflfe price on these rocker are marked low down, '
In the eouoty, and will make liberal arrangements Miss Jane Tiller is quite sick ",' '

with the rlvrt parties with measles; her friends hope _... ., ..atilh, ., .; they. are.high in quality. .. :: ." '" ...l .! ...:: ', ,. .

TNUU I AYe M.y 11. 10i. she may soon recover. :'iI ..v'y. : ..... A new lot of those nobby and justly,.famous '.. ;

____ _I r sick ., .,. '.
t.- W. L. Tiller is,quite but \ot ::1->. ; ,
him at his .' ..'/ ';,, 'Sterling" Brand Suits, in Mohair. ;.., 1,.
we hope to soon see > : :
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The Southern Baptist Conven- .' ''J, ., .,'. t .
ventiou meets at Jacksonville place of business again. ; .... ::': 'goods,"as-well as a splendid line .tBoysa.nd''Youths 1-j\-1:

:next week. We are beginning. to realize .,r.1 w ,,... .., ......,.clothes. ,* 'All,, at prices that merit, custom.' ',: ". '. rl rl
here that the Roseola is one thing .. w '
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the State is increasing Glad, to note that Mrs. M. E. 'f'NOXALL" dress Shirts and .'CROSs: TT';- -
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and children have about Shoes .... { '
grant recovered ", .)' adorn our shelves; a fresh assortweq+s. .
by leaps and bounds.
.... from their illness. .. received.! : .See these lines before;buying elsewhere.. .q

We are sorry to note that Wash a tradeTis'sure when.you see them. -
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It begins to look as though the :. ';"-." sN
Wood living east of,Jown. is. critically ,4' :1.I' :
present legislature >vasnt goingto .ill,with typhoit fever. .... ". :' r.
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Dft Coleman of Cbipley; has a Campbell & Dekle Compan..,
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still hoping. number of patients here, and he ,

.*.. I a is giving them close; attention.

,,-, At a meeting of prominent In-
:Dana J. Jones, enroute to the
diana democrats a presidentialboom old homestead to see his parents,

was launched for John W. stoppe here a short while FridayC. A Measure of Merit 8 P

Kern, who is now a U. Sr Senator A, Grubbs was in from .hisat11 '

11 .. : a sljprt wile Saturday; he told Chipley Citizens Should Weigh: \ 44- '
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The New. York legislature'has, us had measley in bis 'quarters' Well 'This Evidence.. ., W sh.Day ,6oods.I_ w ,

resolution calling '' Proof-of merit lies in the'evidence. N
passed a on $ill, of Fountain, is giving .us .- _
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congress.to do its part towards some interesting reading on tig- Convincing evidence in Chipley. .y
Is.notlbe. : When..things. are put .through. the wash"o ., ;
Hit 'em hard Bill and let testigionjcjcCRtranKera
bringing about the election. of ers. us -- -- ..
hear from you often. But the endorsement. .of Chipley peo you can tell what they are. .; ,,:

senators by popularvote.Practically. / We see from various' papers ple.That's the kind. f of. -proof> g\ven\ here My Goods'has Stood the 'Test'.' for 27 Years, ? '

of that the legislature in session. The statement of a Chipley citizen.. I '
all officials .the keep up with the new things, and ,
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We would be glad if they would Mrs. A. B. 'Helton of Chipley, Fla, '
Interior department whose name,: legislate some,of those large pine says! "Thepubllc\ statement I'gave -I'hold-: fast to the good old ones.f

figured prominently during' the logs out; ot the public roads down threes years ago recommending Doan's 'When you'need' Valsh?

Ballinger-Pmcbot investigation here before they adjourn.We Kidney Pills'was entirely"correct .and
: : day" goods,; I'neep the. .)
l have left the government service; are informed that all the gladly cpnfirm. t it. This remedy has f for ,

T ... goods,from the commis"ary'at never'failed.to give. prompt'relief when you.
we' have had occasion to' use it.?' My stockof Hardware]
Representative D. H. Mays has, tbebi mill was moved the past '
introduced a bill Congress to week to( the store building of Parish (Statement'given March 30'' 1911.) .' Ranges. Stoves, Saab( ana t% '
_On May, 2, 190g Mrs. Meltonsaid.
&William in town who will .
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establish a fish hatchery- analbioalogical : ran, the commissary business. "A member of my"family had "H severe -- Doors, Coffins.. and Cask*

station in this congres-i uttackof typhoid fever about a year eta Guns and Ammumjj"
Editors of newspapers seem to ago which left his kidneys, weak and "'jj""
sional district., The billprovidesfor have a good time occasional, as disordered. After'.that he was scarce [!1 ,tion, Dynamite, Crocke

an appropriation of.$50uOOO) ,, to; well as other people. We see the ly ever free ,from backache and the ii !F 'Glass;ware,. Enamel ware
'carry out the provisions of the editor of the Banner indulged in least work caused a< 'tired 'wornout
f Sewing Machines Paints?
bill. a short; fishing, trip with a jolly I feeling. relative'advised trial ofan's.'Kidaev "

.. crowd and enjoyed a catch of a pills and this remedy Oil Jap-a-Lac, Farmin.

1000 bream. Not long since Ed. was obtained:at Dr. ;Landruna's drug Utensils,. Picture Frame
Representative Dougherty has. Wilson of the Verdict took a trip store. Its use brought relief from the

introduced ,a bill in the legislature down the B..C and partook of the pain and soreness; and acted asa tonic (made to_order'ande :;

to make the, illegal ..ale' of hospitality of Rev. W. D, Owens to,the entire system. -, Last but.not;least,

whiskey .a penitentiary offense.. and wife; on Sodom, and among For'sale by all dealers.. Price 50 Fishing Tackle that's 'tit for fishing
other things, counted a herd of .
If Mr. Dougherty' bill becomesa cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo

law, and we hope it-will, it' will cats. New-York,'sole agents,for the' United flii-I< will be pleased to serve' you,. '

put Mr. Tiger'either out of busi"ness -, States.- '. YOURS TRULY,
"BID" Writes Another Letter. "'Remember' the .n m an'a-and;
'. or clothe him in' convict take no other, <. '"' .
.stripes. ., Fountain, Fla., May the 8, 1911.. ..- ,. R. C HORJ.EL.a
Mister editor uv the Banner:! "
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Deef Suit Aa I tole you las weak I ;;. ;' J' PaT OUttJpst! ;Aebta,,'' '. A, .
.The. utility'of aeroplanes tor ef I went tu ae my Our agin I'd tole .
The following from the" Palm
defensive and offensive purposesin yer. Well I went alrite; abe tole me: {
Beach News is applicable at almost
war will 'be given a test this Bill you look e. fresh as the mornln; ,
green aa the bay tree an happy' as a all times'and places.
week, near Washingtoo.wben N. ded pig in.. the muneshlner( Yessum, More and more we are convinced r

C. Anderson,. one; of.th. best ae* I; I nose I'm fresh an green tu, an that what this country11''ml8t I 13A.Y HEAD IN: .

marksmen in America, will as- could be bappler'tben I am ef you'd; aa i "* .. .' .
needs ts a religion;or tra'tnitig,
send'several. hundred feet and the ward. She- tole me:,look here WU-1;I' ,. E. M, NEWMAN. ,Proprietor.! .
yum (I sea to mlaef.now look. out' Bill .that. will .make man. .pay his,debts.
'shoot at glass balls to be thrown
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fur anuther lectcher: cau* abe al w'ayaaea Shouting does not'settle accounts, Bay Head, J Florida.. ,;
the aviator.
__ by Bill when ahe'a in a gud burner)'| with God or man. ''bft '.n vrewant( ; : "-
'. Mecca of the Tourist Angler SportsiRates
r think ) awlul
J_ you mua m a.,_ dangua to bounce fellow' right out ofchurchbecause "

'The best way to advertise a gerl fur I"bleve you had a pUtul wed he- ;'w.ent.fishing ................"."."...... 4r? ,
when wua here las Sunday: t, '
'town is to show by our faith in it, you tole no'me you I didn't. She sed Wllyumr on Sunday. but never say_ a wordto Per Day" f Pfewley Furnished l ) Find Boating; ttw
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what can be accomplished. It you no there bin Intlrely to'much ahu-., the piotis 'scamp who. never: $1.00 and $1.50{( Good Table. J and'.Bat s

the people believe in ''the localityin tin round here an you,no a. stray ball pays his debts. Such: people are g

they live and work, they wil hurt aa bad aa one that la amed at doing'{liti ehiirih more'Harm than

'make outsiders share the yer" I aed yeasum ma alwals tole me axFARQUHAR
can lot of Suad.ay desecraters,
any
It was.cowardly to tote'a, platul an I
same faith, by first setting the for there'are' or'them In the 'MACHINB'Ryt
did'nt want tu be cald a-coward., an ,.1dldn't. more ....
example ot investment and deg .beleve eny uther yunj?,man did lan '. b.rc. i. Reader, are we, getting 401 E..Bay Street*, '

velopment. By, doing this'we can I didn't ble.e-a rail desent yung close to you? Then lay down JACKSONVILt I*.. L.ORIDA. 5.

gain the confidence of our';)neighbors teller what wanted tu du rite':an loved,; ,this paper and" go pay 'up--and :Largest 8tOikW, '0
his ma an his "weethart would tote aplatul. Y .
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; bjr no. other'means can edo you can read on at, .
U. COM I'd..., anything their < lAnd in Florida for' saw. w
it. .. tu pleas herfur ah'a ml beat gerl you dorit jrou.stop paying'' be-, planing mills.EARQUHAR. X

.. '... no, an you no.how rich' things is whena cause the ,:"aUtuteo.; ; | Uniita.tton'- MAC''
feller is a coartin.. Me an her wits a excuses the account which
1. 5 or 6 doses of "666"" :wilt cure any' open '
i case ot Chill and Peter Price :2Sc.. walkln up the trac'an I bad,bin tryin ,you.made, for bread and meat. has! been built, fpfmore.buiit :
r _" tu aa aumthin pertlcler, an all at once You must pay it tn c'asb, or Goodwill : today"tban|
, Delinerator Buterick fashions ef wants tu ; .make it in .. y
ahe aed Wllyum you atuan you pay some'other er.. Let'ua tell youSend cr
:,, sold, by. Mines'Richardaod., In Rid meyou MUS change 7er'gate in and (p'rdbably less palitableway ; for'catalogan
Mther:wurda :you wus trl tu be a gentlfwMmf God.tknowsno.such excuse "
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,. rIf itfs hardware: farm implements you.mtt*cut out tigers an gam-.'for nofpaying as "homestead ex
totln alck like. She
fin an plstuls an -
or wire fence you want, aadi Bill If you an me did marry don't emption." When you raise that Get Chi-Name from from JR. C; Freabf Pur: '.li" d'j "t
4 Dunn-Coleman: : Co has. it.. .. think 7Q"-WOUd hay, but little luv excuse to ke.ep'from paying, you ,
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than Jap-a-Lac W-.
Home; better : ray pe.c.a1t.yW .,
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an rcapeck.fur me an.yer ma if you up- ought to stop singing When ,1 .
The Misses Richardson have a bUt tigers an gamlia an toted a plstnl JR.
can read,'my title clear to mansions When y u beed 'a buggy or a When you start Ji"h
wid to church an.tu de stoe an ev-
'. :'''' .- ,, ., ,splendid line of hair goods. The, rywoura you you wlnU An I see yeasum. ''' in the' skies." You. have, wagon go to Dunn-.coleman. : Co.-to. ..d. Horhe'aandgfctj .
t J+ '; ladies i are Invited to call It, BILL. got.none ap there-: get \\t. : .(' that's'.fit for fishing;. -'
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h' ''stan" ready: to w4kc It satisfactory. .No need to out it off: somebody is going to take advaniiioellihis' opportunity.

Why not you? As a free American citizen"you are entitledto the best there is. and you get it at my store. t

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noW $2,39 HUn golden oak center tables were now
$3,50
,48 in golden oak beds were' ,
f: $20 $12.37 20 in golden oak ceqter tables 1"c $1.'75. now $1.25 30x54 brussels ruga? were $3.50, now $1.98 .
i fooro Sects were now
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4.75
; $1.50 30x54 axminster were now
oak tables $2, now rugs
$5 $3.30 24 iQ golden center were
; oak wash-stands,were now .
::4' Quarter. tablesgvarsawedwgre$7.SOpow' $3.98 36x72,axminster rugs were'$6, now: ? $3.. -8
: $3.98 Library
I :jetton-felt mattresses were $5, now
were$12.50 $7.95 36x54 !sjuirna ruffs'were $2; now $1,19
tables: sawed now : .
felt were$12.50, now $6.98 Library quar < '
U mattresses
:1 edge
$17.50, now $11.98
$8.98 9x12 ft brussel art squares were
tables ,sawed were$16, pow ,
mattresses' were $3,50; now $1,98 Library quar : ,
,f, )tnbination;; $28 now $19.98
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,50t $7.98 9x12 ft aminsterart: squares were
Hall stands were $1 now _
$1,98
it Rex noteless springs were $3.50; ppw '
*. $4.98 1000 yds 180 warp'Qb/ma matting I9c to 30c
others were $30, ,now $19.98 Hall stands we re,$8, now ? '
$1.50 to $15.00 Green linen shades were 45c now 25c
$10.00 Goo$: Trunks
,, ">unges were $16< poyy,, .
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IV Are Going to T..eo.i. : Ypwi Fnir ,

_i when be could Qot.liye peaceably, with his wife told her they had betted divide the house between them -
a .idea of lairness is not that of'the Irishman who for ourself and none for '
is ap's'a11 .
outside of the house and I'll keep the inside. Our idea ot fairness not by any m
et" be said. "Just you take the be of the ,
will not
one-hundred cent wheels you hand us. Our idea of fairness and" goqc) may mis-.a "
it $2 worth:.of val ie! for every tbJit.evcry one ot borne those that shining is fitted Up.with furniture from this salewl11 be a beutifu, ). story of comfort:and refined taste. G
s feqrt, 'aqt'wt guarantee :
mile wilJ be delivered free of charge; goods to be! shipped or go out by private conveyance will :-
+ of during, this sale, not to goverja; : ;
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goo4s bought. mq ,
b, fully packed nd.loaded free of"any extra cost. Ths being; my annual clearance, sale.. be sure don't miss the opportunity. It comes!! only once a year. .>>

cash way, I will make, you terms: to enable you to
And'if for any reason, you are not in.positiotopay come any gh

11 se 'what you want.. ,Don't take our word, just come and see. You arelf ne one to be benefitted by, seeing. 5,




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1. An Architectural was great!; of mere-importance you than KOCH/( dlffei -
l There are- many churches IJth earl, whO" ; lion} Food must I>Q eaten 'to sufttalfl II ife Jhrict-a-week Eedition.
: 'and must be digested and converted Jilto I : :-
England which are | his fortune BJld'*
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" spire, but there are the entallet) ': blood. When the digestion'falls the; w1 obody.utrera The Tbrlco-a week World hopes to bn
which can boast of cte<1 tq a moa ('humbeil lu1 'Tablets R'te In 1008 a better paper than U ball ever
"I .wo e a thousandVJNOL and spire side by sIde. / 1Vi elY, raitnnhl; and reliable cure for IruYleesftoi' o. !' been forehand It has made Its arrangements
k dollarst has Is, the parish church of be played\ wit} They," there so the flow'r>( bile, pnrily' 'the'' accordingly. Its news sorvicn' COY .
h donCl e pJ4 that Cod Live Lancashire. The tower is 8t1 an4 thi blond 4trentben the tomtlCb'alrt/ 't )jlf.UTl ere the entire globe, and U reports everything
Oil was tit kjne>I speeded for the porch, at the. .west Each playe tb 'whole-dhces\J\'e appAratui \ J!',t fully, promptly and accurately. Itla
'on' and beullby!action-' Hold by Atln' ;'L.nrert' the only paper, not a dally, which Is as
my wedJterK ric3 ton- and War spire la placed as closely was, ,plpced ; : ,"
blood. t5omixturej [ take the greasy to It. The origin of this the/ latter, 'Vas good as u dally, and which will keep you
Informed of what Is happening -
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freak has not been ,. Th< as completely
and told "
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jur druggist to the Dogs. Ecclesiastical Dtfeoratlont. throughout! the world.
Is tradition to ,
there a run pd
methat.yjtonic stained not-only or I Thrice-a wppk World is fair In IH,
the the edge firs I The stained glasia: representation The
when Ovine Saxon C
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Ss iron but Jcrties \medicinal; prop, whom the town derives its curious crea 'the,"Peddler and Ills.Cog" wAs removed political reports. You can' get the ,truth
; of.CSi* Oil without the tided to construct ,a kirk, I ) happet from'Lambethchurch'' qnarte nor from Its columns, whetber yon are a Hi1-

'!: grease or'oil. taste, I made as, an expiatory offering""'t near the edge .., century ago owing* to the alleged'lq publican or Democrat, and that I II' what.
up my mind!* '"the wedlcipend \ deeds his two daughter would dou 'congruity o:'introducing (he flgurb'o. you want.A .
for me.*jjx iV>'tr.i3 m. ,, to-day amt the design for the table In all dl a' dog1 in church window. Quite''re speDlal. feature of the Thrlco-a"wpck'b&8
strong aadjjrell tJ termined tohave n tower; '" the thou centlChancellor Prescott 'of Carllhli/ J r '"t- always been Its serial notion
equally resolved to won. Lord f refused'a faculty for a stained eras; '"Qg novels bv the best authors In
was
} Aa neither ot them' would and the Duke .window In a Westmorlrtnd'cburcb'l. ere, N.,C.w. the pirate chief acceded tp squandered cause the -design incln''. Jog?. '/_ A fcc, and Its high standard In
wishes, and,' the curious game, wlilcli perhaps the only a=t.t, -txumpl *i:: -./ will be maintained In the flit- .
rat a or,too ecclesiastical decafnt\ .. one -
IP tower and spire ,still degree to. the dogs used for .. past.
shoe. a..tl.noofWe fide by side on the .-New' York are to be found in Lord 'Browulowtk "r' .l1rlc -week World's regular
private chapel at Ash bridge. In this ju u41lpthm: price Is only, $1,00 per year
i1 I nth the try. We otTers
church ;toqe' stained glass window doplcta ana tblepa'bafor150 paper
it Tobias and Sara in 'bed and r i tbli unequalled newspaper and The Ban
understandms does A Competent '
Gr"fl" the.,quilt, while//: 'an- tor lot $1.65. Tho
A famous actor at an : druggist, dog sleeping not givep ti r.perireturn- tertainment at a Fifth : .,,' CbamberlaMi'i/ other wlndVJob' is shownbejng. reaular.eubscriptlan price of the two paper

: feet sati&fa aire's' palace In New York: egoid and knof. mocked by (ree'men: one of whom lp ; Is 12.QiAOpposite\
,cite Mrs. Browning's "Dead '| I i b.y hisder mon w'r stion. his subject I .,- dacette. 7 .; :, I
jr be announced --.c. fFrl ( 'j 1vap teptw.. t p. Il, tl. AnJ ''orelgq
he heard a lady .
Will .tin- to begin
'yolk Her Dear "nd.
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these t; ,r "What Is 'the next new""clerk: "I have declined marriage proposal:
'" { from five men," said the fair widow.
iUUpiS. | thing funny, I hope. Oh offer from i-me."
\ E. McGeati at;, Dead Pant' 'Dear, me, v'P'' : blmlarger'. ) In "Have you?" "her frleiM asked. "..1dIdn.t
husband bad,.beenis )
course It must be funny suppose your doiul model,Ktftoa or rt etc cllmtlooor
heavily insured ns that."-Chicago free report n r >t ntabllity. Vor lrl-took
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about bad cooking ,I would' be flO UowloBeoP (
fecord-IIeraid. t nt am IAIrE" Yf'Alll' Sl "area

the Site otth. us.." .)U GHOST HAUNT 8 him'hl 7snl-
, Tbs. site, latNtltu [p, ta.aclect ."Cleveland A Jiffy. '
'. the Aratm8pty No.nxvec., -Its IdalUh to Tommy (who has been\ told, to-go to
! \U ed by PresldenUr WflhI3tuls nd ilia evil, when there are real and <. I bed)-I'a, how too"g-Is "a Jiffy TFatberIt's +

L'Knfant whet", t nArd agtltfut lit-swamps, l .g.'. Just about tbv.lengf, jtbof U. S. Patent Office]
s '.federal city In 17Uf. '.aWM tcry ou* and lowland These are I have very rate time you've got to go to bed without WASHINGTON, DC. i
1 t the presldentffrWtol 1toale: aaaRrth1t germs,that CHUM ague, chills ,; l ''In.the morn. .a licking.:-,-Boston! Transcript.DCSICNS'. >-*tnVSi* ni-t->-%-%- -*>-vh- i->rvrt
ID the bones --"
"-> "-* ni weakness aches court -- -- -----
reclproeflsta .
and the deadly $ 50 Y' n$
\ formed by Pea e may induce on an un- e
M they also latdiout a. n Electric Bitters destroys and '' ,'in1 spite > EXPERtENC" 3ITRTI8 L. JONES,
1 I Won between'.the"1; r Melon germs from the bland eve its- leaves I',
1 U. The plans for tt i \les drove an malaria from' and 'deelel n. ,
? wrote Wm. Fretvrell of Public State at Large.
\\by Washington asd ; 'se .. Notary ,
i result 4>f/a,eoss. ell ill.. f t .*,vehad fltieneatthsince. Use I ITR -
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.. ',ifant took part; remedy -- *' All business entrusted. to,
asked bow;. be DIt.MAftl'S -
;j'r I IlIdmaII s f the., ", A- Fin Haul.; t. thing In CopvmaHTSi has my care will have my proJIlP't

tt "Back' from your fishing I always Old the qut'iT ApMonl.egdt.g' Mourtnlii our rkclrh rplnlnn,end free do..rrlptlnn wbetb..r1 p>.9>' attention. FeVs reas nable." '
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be aatoundtogetr+lnik (\.Washington:;"Caught. four Herald.aces everybody"; sold fntenu ttotio.wl/hoot ah.rgs.Munn In'be* OjTc ell, .MIpwlol ,...

kUn'e ArnlCa i rlre F'.i. ., low. '. $cIQnufI"Jhrkan.Aks.feoetnlrVrro.aweeklr Florida .

.i. tterhdeurCsbsV Its & .,,11,,, Th Cook Ignored.i a disordered ".._ '.,tr.e.tetlon Wausau,.*_j_.. -._ ....
now Ml .
wnere ,prodigal son's of .ny,'lentUlo 1qurnrl Terms to n '
eertb roe btttoruses ,i ause.for-' killing the by the use" of :' rounr mere '. :sreti' heed 'T'be Banner'wants to buy some
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Church Directory. In his pockets long enough to read the "Sure Cue""I # .

M. E. Church South.-Preaching everylit warning nevertheless It Is printed In : That is the time to build that home or business, house I .
and 3rd Sunday at! 11 a. m. and p. m. now '..
L. 11. Chap FBI tor. wee type above the bjrd fancier". you have been considering? The present business depressionhas
Sabbath School to a. m. W. N. Sheats, desk:: would like to guide reduced the price of lumber aDd building materials; labor .

Prayer ""In cue t>i tire save the parrots last suffering women to a sure : la cheap and plentiful, and you can build now for 25 to,5o per .

Young Men's Meeting prayer Thursday meeting nights.Tuesday They are best able to take care of cure for female troubles," cent le'B than m

nights. Everybody cordially invited. themcelYea." writes Mrs. R. E. Mercer, S :
'Loob like hard luck for the par- I .f Frozen Camp. W. Va. JUNE, 1907, OR JUNE, 1908. .

Baptist Church-Preaching every 2nd lets" remarked a visitor."I "1 have found no medicine -
and 4th Sunday. Rev. Baxter.pattor.:: hare no grudge against them" equal to CarduL I When you think of lumber oribui1dlng aassss :
School .. X. (). Hawk.Superlnteneent. .
Sabbath 10 m., modern
Mid bird "I tryingto have completed a
the man. am only had and the fact that we wood r'
suffered
for about
Prayer Meeting Wednesday nights. protect the smaller and more delicate 0 work mill, aDd caD fnrnlah everything made of used; In .
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four Would '
birds. When a fire starts In a years. have a building from allls to comb, and that we can .

-. bird tore most persona who join the headache for a week at a : ,
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0-. Pootoflee> JMreetoryo time until I would benearly 0 00 IT QUICJ .
nseae party make a grab for the par- :
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Office hours 7:30: a. m. to 7:00 i. n .j-except I took Car- < .i 4 .
rots. First aid should be extended to crazy. Framing : ;. :
Sundays. Moulding Sank .;
the canaries. and other small! du and now I never have ,
JSaat-bound mall closes at. 10:20: a.mWestbound They Doora Casings Flooring Drug' 0"
birds are mighty soon overcome by tho headache Store : :
mall closes at 5:10 p.m. any more. Blinds Ceilinjr ', ,
'" I WnUhr Fixtures.:, ,'
Mall from Vernon arrive. at 10 a. m. the smoke The parrot Is no phoenix Frames Siding : i '
end leaves on arrival of the east boundmail but unless he Is actually reduced to i. to :ata-eta : .
Freight paid your
ashes he pretty stiff fight Estimates cheerfully furnlahed.
can put, up a .
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-Sunday hours: 11:30 m., to. 13:80 p. m., against a fire and can hold his own 8CARDUI Non if deaired. ;

Money Orders Issued at. all hours when until the rescuers make a second invasion. : :
office U open, except:: Sundays. ."New York Sun. lim.a : MARIANNA MANUFACTURING CO., ; "- r
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to PLA. ',' :,1
MA.RIA.1NNA
Honest. _
Oar dabbing LI... Phil May the great English The Woman's Tonic ': .
: LONG DISTANCE PHONB lS2.
BANNER and Semi-weekly Atlanta. earned his first fame in Australia.artlst'l ,

Journal BANNER per and year Thrice$1.75.s-week New York day him broken for' charity down and minister May engaged him many The women pains suffer from which every ...... ..................' ., .: :t'

,World, per year, $1.65. as a model. As a Joke he 'also demanded month unnecessary. "

BANNER and Semi-weekly Times-Un ,, that his eighty-year-old pensioneragree It's not safe to ,trust to

nand Citizen per year, 11.50. to leave him his skeleton when strong drugs, right at the UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. Florida State College For Women

BANNER: and Home and Farm, per year he died. When*May left Australia he time of the pains. TALLAHASSEE '
11.2/\/ model "You've GAINESVILLE. S
called his in. playel; '
me a dirty trick," said May. "by swindling Better to take Cardul A Superior But Inexpensive Institution for Collage of Art and Sciences Normal Schad.

I me out of that skeleton. I could for a while, before and Florida Younr Men. School. School of Music.of Home School Economics of Art. School". of' EjtprMslon. ,: .

General Directory. have bought one in sound order and after, to strengthen the Four coI1e_ agricultural experiment station First class equipment throughout. Tuition I
University extension. 46 professors and
aeefetfree. Other low. For informationaddress
STATE OFFICIALS. condition for half the money you've system and cure the cause. ants. 80 per cent Increase In attendance last expenses very J,
cost me." Tbe old fellow conscious of This is the sensible year. Attractive buildings and campus. For '
Governor-Alber W. GilchrIst. catalogue address. A. A.MU.PlIEf. FresUeit. EDWARD CONRAPL PrtiUtsl.. :
his base Ingratitude to his best and the scientific, the right way. I

Secretary of State-H. Clay Crawford most patient friend, answered: "Don'tbe Try It '
Attorney GeneralPark,Trammell. angry with me, Mr. May. It's, not W. B. MILTON, M. L. DEKLE F. M. GOLBON.:{ I,

Com. Agriculture-B. E. McLln., my fault I meant to keep my:word. President. Vice-President 2 Cashier.

Stay in Sydney a few months longer
Treasurer-Wm V. Knott.
and give me another chance to show First Bair k
!Supt.: Public' Instruction-W. J4 Hollo- you that J am a man of honor." R.dhot Plays. s National

way. "It is a tremendous undertaking ,.
Comptroller-A. C. Croom. she get a new play accepted and produced MARIRNNA FLA. >S ;--t::'
For .. ,
whether la .
Supreme Court-Tbos. M. Shackleford once said the late Clyde Fitch to .
o(
Chief Justice; M. B. Mabnr. Cler*. duped berlain'.IJnimeot by violent exercise is excellent.or injury This Cbam liniment a friend. "So many are wrltteb, and Capital $50,000.00 :., ;>,
so few ever see the light of day. An ,
Railroad Commlssfon, Hudson Burr is also highly esteemed for tbe relief English playwright with a gift of humorous Solicits Accounts of Banks, Corporations, Firms and Individuals.,:"TOur I
Chairman R. C. Clerk
; Dunn It affords in oases of rheumatism Sold by '
exaggeration Illustrated this twenty experience In the buaineaa enables ioCtJer '
years ::: banking ua
Judge first judicial circuit-J. Emmett All Dealers.
fact to me once. Tie told me how he you the best banking facilities of any bank in West Florida. We also.have a

Wolfe Penl .cola. submitted .a play to a,celebrated actor fully equipped Savings Department in which we on depoaJia.1JjfAc.counta

State Solicitor: first judicial clrcul C. and hotd,'In the course-of the con by mail handled as easily as by personal Interview" c'ti: ,"... 1

L. Wilson.'M' c.ntompt For the'Houso of Commons versation' tbe actor remarked: Send us your business. ,-M .:-.f

There Is nothing noble or exalted In '"Don't, you think it Is growing F. M. GOLSON, Cashier.-

U. S. LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS. the history of the house of commons. chilly' In this room 7* .0.'.
Indeed, a devil's advocate had he the 'Yes; It is rather.' the young play; -
B. S. Chubb, Register, Gainesville Fla.Shields .
requisite 'talent could easily deliver wright's dml ted.
Warren Receiver, Gainesville aa oration as long and as eloquent as''' Then the actor rang a bell, and a Physicians Advise i f

any of Burke's or Sheridan's. taking servant forthwith appeared.: ;
the of
WASHINGTON COUNTY OFFICERS. .a his subject the stupidity, cowardice 'James; said the ,actor. 'this room, food use from gettinginto a goodlaxatlve your, to system.keep the bowels open and prevent the poisons of, nndlnste4,T
/jJJ." "
Circuit Clerk tW. C. Lockey Vernon. and, until recent times, the corruption Is rather cold. You may put three The latest product of sdence is VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup,purely, Vegetable; ,,gentle,
of the house of commons. I more manuscripts on the fire.' "-Lippincott's. reliable and of a pleasant, aromatic
County Judge- I. A. Butchlson Vernon confess taste. Velvo acts on the Over, as well as on the ,
Sheriff-U. G. Allen Cbipley. I,cannot call to mind a single occasion stomach and bowels, and Is of the greatest possible effittcy in constipation, indigestion '

'l'reasurer-H. B. Tiller Vernon. In Its long and remarkable history biliousness sick headache feverishness, coUc.flatulence etc. Try '-, VF 1 .

Tai:: Assessor-J.J. William. Chipley.Tax : when the house of commohs asa Real Tragedy.
:: Collector-W. B. Gainer, Uconbna.!: whole played a part either obviously "Mrs.: Browne was very rude to an LAXATIVE ;

Supt. Public Instruction F Gainer ; heroic or conspicuously wise but overdressed old woman"' she met on a

Waunau.Hnpervlsor. we all of us can recall hundreds of occasions car the other day. VELVSR ,-
"I know the story. The old woman
of Registration W. when, heroism and wisdom being -
Gainer, Econflna. greatly needed, the house of common turned out to be Matilda's very rich I
aunt, and now she's going to give all
Count Solicitor A. D. Carmichael exhibited either selfish Indifference LIVER SYRUP
her to a hospital for
Chipley. crass Ignorance or the Tnlgareet money" decrepit
passions-Augustine BlrreU's dogs. ,
"Es- _
County Surveyor-Thos. Collins, Caryvllle "Nothing
aya and Addresses." of the sort In fact It'll
,Fla, worse. The old woman was the


J. T. Ulghtower, Chairman, Vernon.A. haven't any.-Stray Stories.
The Swedish name almanac differs Here's Good
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C, Gilbert Chipley.S. from English almanacs In' giving, besides Slogan
L. Davis Wausan.J. .
the usual Information a Chris Now! Is the time to get rid ot jour rheu
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H. Porter MlllvllleO. ftlan name for each sex for every day matism. You will find Chamberlains Lini-
F. Gunn Santa Rosa a Bigger and Better Business.
.,the ;;8&1' The names set forth have ment wonderfully effective. l"e. application

School Board: to receive the approval of the king. .will couvioce you of Its merits. Try. .
G.: B. Bush Chairman Orange Hill The object aimed at is to secure a ltv For, sale by All Dealer.. : ..."."4".SlIMi.."Ne. -,
S. J. Gainer, St. Andrew greater choice of names for parents; ,

W. F. Ross, Vernon. and to '.YoidHhe endless repetition of II DON'T BLOCK THE WAY! .." .-

a doa n or so names. A similar name The Menu Card 1p Its, First Form. \ ,

} CHIPLEY CITY OFFICIALS.! almanac Is Issued under royal authority In its old fashioned form the menu Move as fast as the procession-or ',

-' Mayor-U. H. Wells. la one of the German states.-Londa was usually written large on cards of move out. Take,,--. ... ,'the" '

Marshal-U. M. Farrior, Graphic. I such Imposing dimensions that room pace of the company you are in or make way for the,' man

t Uerk and Treasurer. W. Cook. I for one only could be found at each behind. '
Council-A. D. Carmlchaei l, chairman, A BURGLARS AWFUL DKED end of the board. In the medieval :;;

C. B. Dunn,J, R. McGeachy: C. E. Tharp dinner this aid to selection must have
W.O. Butler, Jr. I may not paral se a home so completely as been an absolute necessity, for the Don't stand-in- the way of new ideas.
Don't
mother's long ;Mine**; bat Dr. Ktng's New pause in the
medieval dinner mine of
was a sur
Lite Fills are a splendid remedy for women path of better system. Don't settle down
prises. It was divided Into courses, as on the ladder of
The f ave wonderful benefit In constipation -
are our own dainty meals; but whereas success. Don't be a barnacle on the ship of .
sod female trouble wrote Mrs. M C. pre ress. :
The BannerChipley nowadays ,the diner has a general Idea
Dunlsy of Leadlll, Teno. Hailing, try them rChangelmeans
that fish will follow soup and that en-
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2Bo at 1 is. E. MoOeaohy's.
tree is succeeded by releve and can progress Progress'meansadvancement

conceive,generally the sort of demand
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that each course will make upon his
Playing Her Card
Fla. Advancement means movement. MOVE! ..
and
TommY-May I stay up a little longer appetite digestion, there was no

f ? Ethel-What do you want to stay possible arguing as to what was goingto

Stands for the Upbulldlor of up tort Tommy-I want to see you happen at an early English dinner, DON'T; BLOCK THE WAY! .
and close falls. "
and 'Mr* Green playing cards. Mr. study to reveal the existence -

> Green-But we are not going to play of any principle of arrangement a- _R

Chipley, cards. Tommy-Oh, yes you, are, forI _
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beard mamma saying to Ethel that i
Cautious.
everything depended on the In
'Washington County. way
The young housekeeper wall'looldng.t City 5
which she played her cards tonight
W some soft shell crabs squirming: and 55

Z nd Florida] wriggling In their bed of seaweed. : .
They Didn't Help. "They're very nice" said the dealer. to write for oar oonfldential letter before applYing Barber
T>ld the audience while I for patent)it mar be worth money..
weep was "Shall I send "
you a dozen? We, promptly obtain U.S.and ForeignPATENTS I
staging ,asked,the temperamental so ."Yes" answered the innocent, 'If
Subscription $1 Per Year.
prano. yon are sure they, are fresh."-New Shop. .. '
-No," replied the music director; York,Journal. I and TRADE ARKS oret1U'1l- N. '\
"7eu were making: that noise, all by TjIR It .. torD.y tee. s.ind model, .k lcJa ..",

We make Specialty of J'OQI'M1t-W..blDaton Star. SAVED CHILD-KBOM DEATH. the FREE beat: legal report w.service on send'patenf aD and IMMEDIATE advias,w.and 11'1'ow No Waiting.

Neat Get 'Em Already.. "After our child bad suffered from severe Charge are moderator Try na. 3 Barbers 3|

, -' Aa advertisement says every home bronchial trouble for a year," wrote G. TWo SWIFT & CO., ,.

should, have a talking machine. Nothing -rdeon of Klobardson's Mill" Ala., "we Patent lawyon, "
: : Artistic with reared It bad consumption itband a U.S. Everything Up-to-Now.
doing us. We have one and ; cough Opp. Patent OfficeWashington, D.C. i
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" s31.f all the II me. We tried remedies with- -
;'Commercial Printing oar married male friends Inform cut many Shave ..... ...ISc.
ten they are supplied too. Houston avail, and'doctor's medicine seemed as Haircutting, .... .. 25c.

Jfeat. useless, Finally we 'tried Dr. Kings Mew REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD. Shampoo .., ., ... 25c.

M Discovery and are pleased to say that one ne Ma.dfor.WU'ILOW'. YEARS b8v7MII IONS Masaag-e .... ,... 25c.
oyer SIXTY f
Whloh.le I Different. I bottle effected complete cure, ,arid our MOTHERS for their CHILDREN!: .I Hair Singe... ....... :2Sc..
WHILE
i' The Banner Lawyer (slightly deaf) f- You say I child Is again strong and healthy." For SOOTHES TEETHINO ti's with PJUtPECT; SUCCBSS It -

., your husband lately left yon a widow I coughs cold', hoarseness, Ugrlppe, asthma .u.I.A.YSalIPAIN CHII.D., CURES 80PTXNS WIND COLIC the GUMs", said" We Solicit Your Patronage.
It, f;.' Matronly Caller-No, air. I said he croucc and sore lungs It. the most inflflb1e 1. the beat remedy for DIARRH ..,, It"DOlutely ale

J. : Chipley Fla. left me for a 'WIdowi-<''hScaco Trlb-' remedy that's made. Price 60o and |l; tnal Wla.Jow'hermieea Soothing Be 8)TUp'ears"lad..d.taU.rIot'_."OUter.If.... Very Respectfully

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r beneficial rf- Stubborn cue Good results are strange facts about the Everglades : Wire PenC 'I

<{facts very". quickly usually: yield wben o to P.ormedi-P. P. ypu lotting aatayuredP.P.P. -I* cureeelt region of Florid is tbat :

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'; F. V. UPPMAN, SAVANNAH, GA. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. J.I! 'l .

Department of the Interior, d III .' ,- ', '
U. S. Land Office at Uslnesvllle' Florida.
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May 6. 1911.. ,.. ., l' .. '- _
Notice Is hereby RiveD that Whit Sow- III ",- .

Senator O en.of. Oklahoma By drinking 20 bottles o{ befera ell 1000 of, made Shipley.: Homesead Florida, who.Entry on No.March 3.-V084.13; .. --" ..- .-...._...., ..I..,. .'...a, ... .1.I ...-n' rr..--.---.....---....'-.-..ro

does not see how the government day for 30 days a St. Louis man (Serial No.03278)) for EX of NE(. HWKofNEtf ( .., .. . e
Since ..the and NE/ of SKJf, Section 8, I., v )
controlthe. Crusts suit of tailor-made '
can trusts control the government.Not and won$250 a in moLey. But the clothes cha Townthlp hassoe Meridian 9 north, has; Range filed 19 notice west.of Tails Inten : Just a word Farmers 'and Fence Builders: ::

cart-we.> ''So t&e.first thing 'ces are-that aman with a thirst tion to make final five year proof, to establish .

(to.do is.ubusf.t the present government like that will pawn the clothes!l, before the claim County to the Jude land at above Variton described, FlorIda I '

in 1912. .- The people and be certainly won't have the on the 15th day of June, Wl. : Having made! a ,deal or''on'Cbr'',Loads !
Claimant names as vrltn*" se t Louis "
cai do it, if they will so to do< money long, r\ U. P. Evans
Sjfreetof Cott.onda1e..1I'Ia.t "
of the Best American Steel Wire Fence
: --- -. a of ChlpJey. Fla., J. A. of Sex : we ,
: When you need printing- seetbejBanner.e Teach'your boys and girls to ton. Fla., John McQuagge of, Compass : .

know how. be polite. ( Lake. Fla. HENRY S." CHUBS, .. are in position to make" 'H yoit' .,' better, .prices Ethan ) ..
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paid .Register.
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; of Board of' Public instruction of Fla' NOTICE FOR PUBUCAT10N. \
Report Washington County : '- :
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Department$ of the Interior, .
? For1 'Month :Ending April 30, 1911. 1 U,..S. Land Office at Gainesville, Florida. :. see, us 'before: baying.w'ireelsewhere :
May 6.1911
DaW. No.. War. To whom paid. Amount.' I IAerU'1 Notice 1s bsreb* given that Frank '
By amount cash on hand brought forward. .. .. fOO22'.3 Nuns of Chlpley, Florida l who, on July :. It.means saved.<< :
money
1134 R W VanBruntand teachers .. .. .
II at Chlpley. $ 4.10/ 00 : 0. liKM. made Homestead Entry No. 34540 ..
... y' ; S 1135 T Stephens and teachers at St! Andrew. .. .... 240 00 : (Serial\ No. 08716)).' tor NEJf, Section 8, .-
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.' S 1130 M R Robinson, teacher at LOUR Bay. ..... .. .. .. 4.100: Township 2 north. Range 18 west, Talla .
:.L" K.3 ..1137__A m4el4ou.andasst. teacber..a4Ph. +Jf-.UnU-_,- 80.00. h asset* Meridian, has filed notice of!In ten- c :
.}M' a 1138 Eda Ailklnson, teacher at West Bay. ...... .. .... 38 00 : lion to make final flve. proof to "

"tK;;'-y,.$'90..1139114tf'.. 'Bessie Esther Bowen,, teacher teachecat at Gar Laka.,r.RUey.. .7T.v.-TTTr'.. .. i... iW30.53.M.no"AURUS ;"> .... V before tablish claim the County to the land Judge year above at described Vernon es-; : Ch.tpl y dvv. Co.The .

"''8'' "''U4l' May,'teacher-at: Dpstlrr.rm: "-'.' .':-"':m 00' .
; ;; /'r Florida, on'the.istn day ol June, 1911. .
a 1142 Ora MeFay, teacher at Allan ton .. .. .. .... .. ." .3000 :
Claimant names as wltnepsetc Louis : .
.1I''- 8! I1n W T Home teacher at Bonnet Pond... .... .'.:.'. 35 00 Syfrett of Cottoodale, Fla... R. P. Evans ... .. ......... .........
3 1144 J D UarrelJ,,teacher at Murfee .. .. .. .. ". .. .. 3000 of Fla., John Parks of Sexton
3 '1146: Parla Corbin teacher Grand Lasroon. .. \.. .. .30 00 Fla., John AlcQuaggo of Compass Lake .
B 1146 W T Borne, 4 Joints stovepipe at Bonnet Pond. (SOBusle 1<'la. -- ----
'- a 1147 Jeffries; teacher at Cook... .. .. .. .. .. .j.. .. 3000 HENBT" U. CHUBS
.B 1148 Ed Skipper, teacher at Rooksvllle... .. .... .... 30 00 Ed fee paid Uociater.MOTiqE '
S 1149 D F Cunningham, teacher at Douglass, 2: mo., .. 00'00 First National Bank
S 1150 C H Corley, teacher at Island Pond.. ........,.*.. 25 00 ,
'' 3 1151 LC McNeil, teacher McNeil... .... ..'..., ....., 27.50: FOR? PUBLICATION. OFDesignated Ptl ACQLR ,
IS 1153 Catbern Roulbac,teacher at Lilly Hill l". ..:. .,'.. .25: 00 Department: of the lnt.erlorj; ,. FLT \. '. "
.1 1153 1 A Anderson, teacher at Pt..'Washington...:. .;.... -30 00Morlselle.Alienteacher U. 8. Land Office at Gainesville. Florida, '
," :J. 1154 at Brltts 8t111.. ..... 2:1: 00 .., May 6.1911. Depositary' of tl 'IUnlt d' tst&te. : ",";
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Eliza '' .. .. Notice Is hereby given that William '
3 1155 Rnffllab, teacher at Sessoms Still.: '., 27 50' .
8 11M B.)'Oal er; salary as upt...... .. .0."' ..... .,.... .100 00 Walsmgham Kconflna Florida who<- Oldest and"Large.t Bank In We.t Florida.t ,\\
' '. '8 1157 \\ F Russ, per dlen and mileage .. ..:. ........ SCOU on (September-3, 1900, made Homestead : : TTTI ., .
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,3. 1158 U Bush, per diem and mlleaRe. ..,.,.,. .....,. <,..i. 6 so Entry: Mortal No. 06141il for SEJrf, Section: ,,f' {;. <.QBOyBpT? .J4IrlC.lO1060p ""'.
S. 1159 nFCa..t.erperdlemandmllealie.-:...:.. 6 4OH 3, Township 1 anlte 13 west, Tal : ." : .
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,+ .+ 3. 11110 '. B.TIII, commission ae treasurer.'..... ....... .}''TJ 07 lahassee Meridian has filed notice of Intention ". Caplt l.IW: AlKHon 'DdllaVs.lu .' : ;
r .W .a U61 Cblpley March report.. .,. ..,. 2 00 to make final Commutation proof '" 1... : "' '. r
,. '3 1162 ,. Washington verdict, stationery for office. .. .. .?. 500 to establish claim Lathe land above de ... and Undivided Profit, .100,000.; :
,r.a, 1163" ..Klzzle Ualner bal-oa salary at VVauaau.'.,....... 4 60 .scribed before the Clerk: of the Circuit .-i ?> i r"ll / i I ; I ,
'a IJ64 Tom Tiller stoves and.e ats at Southport. ..'.. .. SI 50 'Court at Vernon, 'h'lorldaon.the 14th day .. Interest Paid to Saving Jepaftmtni\iaie of'ipet ce'i ut. per Annum.: 'l'
.. ..apcWkP&1'l} for bulldluff. Pleasaut Ur vewjc<113.U5. of June, 1911.Clalmant ; l ,; "
5 -'To amt. B F Gainer on sale lot at So.'Bonlf ay.."T. C 80 00 names "as witnesses J. C. :
May. 1 By amount of cash on bad to Bat.. ........ ..;... 4002 51 I Jones Henry Walslngham. William THe pirst' iVatioiial Bonk I ';,,; ,
Finch, Perry Hutchison, all of Econflna; ..
tt1643 43 f6t142 43 OP S'BNSACOL.A. .." :;
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Msy 1 To amI;'. do hand Mrled'fo 'Wrd' .... .. .. f49026t UKNBK S. CHUBB i ..".
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1 To amt. warrants outstanding ... .... .... .. .. 32251 Ed fee paid Register' 1NOTICE' ..K. H,B.; :J.;.'t'r*lfIenV.: ; 4 J tj.balhter. 'W. W. a..x.....: Vlce-Prea't'" .
W..I. FOKBKH. Caabltsr. TROtt. BxKM-r.'AMt. N. ROBBHTB, All. Coahler, .-
.' 1 Amount cash In,treasury this date..... ..... .... (5435: OSWhereby r Dlrtctori:-,F. C. Brent' W. A. Blount. W.R Xe'.... Wm. H, Kouwlofc ,W.K.Irrer.I ., I
U cer Ifi.'tO'1b4i"f, foregoing as being.correct In every portlenia'rttesf. i l FOR PUBLICATION. .:W.J. Fbrbaa.'. 'K; .Kl1.nl;p,'er. Thoa. W.BranU -.'.
$ Department of tho Interior ., ,, .
; : A i; : i-?: -1 O JB. BUSH Chrlrman. ; "" "' 1 71 .I -
P..Ge4s U. 8. Land Office at Gainesville, Florida .
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: .. .. Notice Is hereby given that June Robinson ; '
L_ .. '- L.L.'JIBQX .... of Fountain..Florida,' who., on October -
'iii' Palmer'
r 26,1909.made Homestead Entry Serial ; College :
No. 00031, for 8)( of NEK and 8K of ,"
SWJl, Section 26, Townshlo 1 north,
Range 13 west, Tallahassee Meridian" hassled DeFuniak Springs Fla' ;
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notice ... .
of Intention to make' final .
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Commutation proof, to establish claim to
' tALL the land above deacrllied, before the Cleric A, Christian school, for,boys andJ girls,, Attendancelarger, than; e er'
of the Circuit Court at Vernon. Fla., on before. Strongcorps of teachers, 'Lorge'and'wel1'lquljsped: school build
the 14th day of June. 1911.
Claimant names as wltneniea: C. B. ings. Two dormitories. Good board, "'dafefttf''overstghC' Expenses'mod

,_. .. Plumer, J. K. Lites, B. F. Dutton, Rich erate. Gymnasium;Tennis, and other out door exercises.; :. ',:V r'SpririgTerm ,
Uruoson. ; all of Fountain Fla .
UKNBT Ii. CHUBB, : .' \ ..
Feb. 2nd.A
: Ed fee paId Register; Begins I.

The ,New.. and. Popular. Bowling Game Notice;) .of Election. J splendid time'for)pupils: to enter. Will be'admitted to any classes -",

;'; \.J'. b for which they are'prepared. By entering now'time will be 'saved In''.
"* ti Notice Is hereby given that an election
' 14'orLgdiea'y andy" Gentlemen will be held at .Peasant Grove SchoolHouse education. We would call special attention to the,fact.that claa.e. ,tilught

. on Tuesday the 30th dar of May, by.the regular Academy facultyare being:4tatted to accommodate 7th and

.I ivftas.Been \ Three A. D. 1911 Trustees/ for the''purpose and to determl ne'the electing l 8th grade,students,: thus\ by.: thls,special l attention' :entering' now they could -

lage to be levied and collected for 'be prepared for the academy.next year.
r ,Secured for mll.1

-. .. .. '-"" -" '- .,. ,. ---' ,- ".. ->.GhipIey, ; the'All succeeding qualified voters two years.residing' within. For further_Information and catalogue* address,,,
territory, WhO pay a tax: on real or per -
- A sonal property: shall DO entitled t.0'V9t.f' > Rev Lynn: R: Walker, Presidentl'
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: !' Anais < >!d"ti'( Yn'j'-Mt ? In said election. ,
; npwnnv opera : 0. Fisher Principal.
Prof.-0 _
The following ;
persons tire appointed .ij :. .. ... .. ,
Managers and Clerk, viz: W. L. Parish.' :
D. O.- Brock and W. G. Ulnabn, managers
J} e. building next' t91itho, and O. B. Hinson, clerk. '
... By order( Board Public Instructionl
May 1st, 1911.. ctoooocecceeeccccceeccceecececeeceeeeeeeeeceeeecceoocx' )
G. U. BUSH, ':? 1
Banner office, r*; *vi ''i 'kx Attest:. Chairman.B. i

'.I" !.*.I:. -i,. "t., 't..1'." rt 3' .;' )- '" ,. F. OAINEB, Secretary. .,' THE SOUTIIMlY UPE AID AWMlVFor

...."................" '1' ), .. NOTICE
FOR PUBLICATION ,, ;Jn: ..tt1..nce Conipiaiiiy 5
Department. the Interior -
: ',7> COME\ IN AISP: ENJOYA U. S. Land Office at Gainesville, Fla. I .
.. .prll22, 1911. -
LEAN AMUSEMENT Notice Is hereby given that Eugenia. O!: I '
Gainer, whose post office address Is Econ.* 'Marianna, Florida. oi
fins Florida, did, on theist dar ot December I

.,A SPLENDID" RECREATIQN. Statement, 1910 an, 'AIf ale In llclUlonl this office No' 07806.Sworn to 8 i Invites jrour attention to'J,. New Ulne. Policies as embodying the. mail- J R

i. purchase the SE (. Section Township i mum of practlc f pro tion' at the lowest practical jjrice... -A remarkably 8
HEALTHFUL EXERCISE. 1 north Range: 13 west* Tallahassee Me* a _
: rid Ian and the 1.hdber.tbereon, under the cheap contract,'but safe and Conservative and backed by home,capital, ,(i -
provisions of the act of Jane 3, 1878, and
......N.n.tlleeIt ..... 'i, ?.;* vi acts amendatory! : known,as the ''TImber a W., H. IMIl/rON President. S
and Stone: Law. 'IJ.t such value as mightbe
fixed by appralsment. and that, pursuant DJ'rectors" X K. Gammon,'John a Jr..,W, U.Watson. K. A, BaJtzell. O
Mentike\ Box .i'rihil'sk111' such the land J.Eo Brooks. J-M. ;. .'Lewln.'John Milton, III/ V.
: Ball because it is a game req to application and t.lllhber i
thereon have been 'appraised at Sit tx4 otx ooeaoooceoooe4 cooat oa csttocbodtooootlelae4soooxcc;
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; affordingr.them a chance to demonstrate the accuracy of their' Hundred Twento. Dollars the timber es '. ." .. '" ,.
timated 140,000 board feet at3.00 per M. "
aim and their'superiority at' bowling:. and 3O.()()() board feet at $1.SO per M., and or _. '- ., ,.- .. '.
the 'land $1 O.OO and land lies. a' value"of
l Box athletic in '13.. .00 for turpentine purposes: that said I. Sa v-1Miil. .. '
;adies like Ball,, -because it is an game applicant will offer anal proof In support High-Claiss \ Machinery

.which they tnaV 'participate in competition, afford ni' them of his t.heltb application! day of July and..1911.worn.'statementon before the \ Zdrry"at'our new warehouse, .

"exer'e" ou but Clerk of the Circuit 1 Courtat Vernon, 408f and 412 Cast Bay St., a large '
vigo / not too. strenuous.. d
opportunity_. Florida
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atock' (
.:Pdrtable and Stationary -
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';'. ,.1. Any person Is at liberty to protest this
-" purchase before entry, or fnftlate a con .
5 Everybody Likes Box Ball. test at any time before patent Issues ''hy horizontal-eturq: : ) '
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i l tip t.J'4 l !j..I.> f" )' .'' '< r'iurlr"if1r filing, alleging a corroborated facU which affidavit" 'would this defeat'office .Planers?_ Kd rer*, Saw. Belting
d".y
.Drop. in an y' a.Game.. the entry. And Mill Supples} ; also engine and
.' ., f.ur ,HBNBT S. CBOBB. +
,i 1. !'. "L f-.IIJ .' .t-j." :: v aaw.uiillyepairs. Walo.handle the-
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O"O ONfOMO OMN celebrated line of Hustler Saw Mill.

'I i 1- TILLER and Erie Engines and Boilers.. TbU; makes the beat Saw Mill outfit on earth.Get ._ '
l be ib-lcfid" } iw.otdlrl ana'thorogghlje R. E, '
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r Pofitywi ,' par prices before bqy I.ngy: ,can aavtJ'oifmqueJ'. A postal.will bring-

1 : tab}a_pla, epfamyaemeotj Nothing I zi' DENTAL :SURGEON. I:our Trareler." Wfite, for'Illustrated: catalog covering''J'Oan'requirements. .> .

.' r,",ulOj.orrowdYlsm.' :" will 'ioIerateV.' .' .: Chipley -. Florida ;Mots, >: );" 1 M Cltiilnry: C'o:' "' :' .

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expression in Columbia College, I : ; :-:
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and a graduate of the Boston Glorious May. tj',
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James McQuirt of Quincy,wa"in ;} )
School of Expression, will give a Bank S MJ} F i
Now for. picnics. National 't
town Monday." First ..
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business I -Florida must expand Outward
Kelly Sessoms was a .
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ries, at the School Auditorium, 1
visitor here Friday. Friday evening May 12th. at 8 .as well as inward. : of Chipley. a

Rev. Baxter spent several daysat o'clock, under aus ces of the If you are .nursing- a grouch, I'

Bonifay last week. Chipley B. Y. P. U. An eveningof cut it out before it downs you. CAPITAL, $50,000.00SURPLUS ''
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',,: A. L. Harrell of the Oak Hill rare pleasure is promised all Be sure that you are not a kicker $20,000.00 a

section, was in town Saturday. who attend. or'knocker among the peopleof
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whom are one.
W. O. Wells was over from Al- you r

,ford in his little Brush, Friday.J. dean ap the Towr. The local political pot is beginning :. ?/ Appreciation.This .

Ed Fowler of Cantonement, In every well regulated city, a to simmer the boiling, point Bank values the business it receives from its., J r"

last week.' certain day in the spring is observed will be reached later.'Tbe'younlt \ of telling; .
here day or two 4
a opportunity
.. was in order to keep the ugly man who is small\ customers and takes every '
Uncle John Nelsou was circulating other hand appre- .
and the
from growing up ,
on
things customers !
enough to respect and obey his them so. Our .
among friends here Satur- beautiful. is *
choking out the extended to them
parents is really a big fellow. date the fact that the service )
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day. Such a day should be set apartin :

Supt. B.. F.Gainar was up from Chipley as clean-up day. All Rev._Cbappel1e took part in the < > coupled with, security. Any business arrangement, ;

Wausau and spent the day Fri; the trash that has accumulated dedication of the new Methodist i i to be permanent must be mutually satisfactory ,"
be cart church at Panama City last week
winter should
during the in selecting :
Therefore :1
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and profitable.
'" day.Col. few ed away and burned up. We, are told that the Washington "
D. H. Horne spent a in view
hours among friends here Satur- If you are not an exception, county poor farm, located your bank, have permanency

day. you will find in your back yard near Vernon, is now' without an and establish yourself for your ;

tin cans, bottles and other rub- inmate..

Sheriff Allen made a business bish which needs to be disposedof. out present and future well-
Several fishing parties went
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trip to Panama City, first ot the all diseases good
Flies with
carrying and being a
the latter part'of last week, ,
week. which germinate in filth, delight
nearly all of them report good S sound band.
t Mrs., C. E. Pleas is visiting to'rise from the rubbish in your catches. ,

with Friends at Marianna, this back yard. And the tin cans-may ,
.
Kill them Sprinkle lime,
now.
"week. have water in them-a fine place
disinfectant -
some'other'
' .. w; Lockey was u'p from the for mosquitoes to breed. kerosene or '
C. in their breeding places' cure'case
and Chipley is in splendid sanitary: 5 or 6 dosea of "666" will any.
county site Sunday night Uncle Frank Farrior has been
refer'toflies and mosquitoes. Price 1S&.
condition. But such health conditions we of Chill and Fever. .
"
Monday. week but \w 1Fd
sick for the past
the best advertisement a 'Some business men will not quite A new lot of bats and 'novel
B. F. Swindle was in town be maintained we hope to soon bear of his im Misses
town can have, can turn a dollar loose until they can ties just received at the

shaking hands with friends' Fri- only by proper ,sanitary' pre- see it in their minds' eye returning provement. Richardson's. "l&ti/'

day morning." caution. leading a lot. of small change H. Cole, an aged gentleman, Pretense itself don't hurt, 'Jitrying'

Mrs. Dell Watts ot Cot tondble Let's have a eeneral.clean.up' by the hand. who has been a resident of Chip- live to pretense that
to up
visited with friends here several day. in- few months,died ,*
for the
We acknowledge receipt an ley past :
.. I tears and grinds. r Pf
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.' days last week. vitation to be present at the commencement .at his home here Tursday morn- "

.'. Chas. Mercer,one ot the coun- The little son of Mr. and Mrs.A. exercises of the Uni- 'ing. His remains were carriedto Laces and Embroideries Richard are

P. Edgerton who was accidentally be held'' at Pensacola the afternoon specials at the Misses
ty's substantial farmers, .,spent versity Florida, to on : "
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"' Saturday in town., shot one evening last week Gainesville, May 26tth to 30th. train, for burial. sons this week. .' .
by his father\ wo was cleaninghis -
L..,W. Crow came down from The Vernon W. O. W. will un --
revolver, is getting along as aaDaaaaoaooaaooaaaaoaaoooo oaaoo.
; Campbellton and spent the week- veil a monument marking the QOODDDo .\, 1
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well could be expected.If
as ,
end with his wife., resting place "
you cannot run your hand in- Charles Hickman, at Ebenezer When You GetGROCERIE ", .
C. A. Grubbs, a prosperous naval roll ,.:.*t,'
pocket and haul forth a Ev
14th.
your church Sunday May
stores operator near Wausau, ,
of $34.55 you are not financiallyan erbody cordially: invited to be .
was in town Friday. .
average man, as a statement present.
Tax Collector W. B. Gainer of just j Issued by the U. S. treasury $a.
at the Auditorium
The entertainment
Vernon, was crossing palms with department allots that amount to

:\ friends here Friday. each person. Friday evening under I
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management of the Confederate .
F. E. Rogerson of W wahitchI Hodges Wilson, geneneral manager Veterans' was well patronized,; '

transacted business here a field : From me you are a assured .t '
and C. W. Gray, super- and the 1 neat little, sum of $35 realized -
'" day or two this week. of the Louisiana Nat- '
intendent "
present seem- :
Every one fresh 'f :
they are
-' Miss Annie Newton of Marian- ional Life Insurace Co. were here ed pleased with the entertain- j ,

o na:was the guest of friends.here Tuesday and spent the day with ment given them. and conform to the
I
Saturday and .Sunday. Gen. R. L. Scarlett, the local agent .: '
; to announce
requested
We
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for that company.If i Pure Food Law. ><. ,
"" R. F. Scarlett returned Friday that there will be a Farmers' ; ,

evening from a short business you want to see your 'townor Convention ,held at the ,Carter

\ trip in the bay country. community prosper you must school house, two miles north- W. W. HARVEY

be willing to contribute your
.. T. A. Dekle and wife of Camp west of Vernon, on Thursdayand
I bellton, spent Friday and Saturday share of the necessary -effort to Friday, June, 8th and 9th.' FREE DELIVERY.ceooocaoooDOOClCoaOOGooOGcooooeooooooclaoa..ooo.
accomplish the desired result. You are cordially invited to attend -

here with homefolks. for else but whether farmer or not.
Don't wait, some one ,"
Misses Jennie and Dee Jacksonof act promptly yourself.

Vernon, were the guest of
Your attention is directed to
Miss Maggie Allen, Monday ,
advertisement ot
the half page

; E. N. Dekle'and wife and'W..' L. W. Ennis Furniture Co. This
like Hot Cakes at
O. Butler, Jr. spent a .few hour announces his second annual Going ;wDUNN-COLEMAN )

at Bonifay Monday afternoon. clearance sale.. I -you want fur ;

*W. H. Faulk was over from bis niture he can certainly make it |
CO'S.
naval stores tarm at Clark ville. to your interest to get it from .

and spent Saturday'and Sunday. him. .

v T. J. Watts and wife returnedFriday Be patient with the postmaster: ,' Every day this week.Ice .

from a two weeks trip to if he seems unusually slow in \ /.'.' ,.

Jacksonville, and other'points. handling the mail this month. Cream Freezers; '

: G. M. dyers was up j from ,his Uncle Sam has issued orders that Screen Doors and Windows. v .

piece of in-coming, as well
still near Wausau, and transacted .every Rubber Hose. 7
:
as out-going mail has to be coup
I, business here a few hours ,
'Friday. *, ted this month, and that takes Fishing ckle and Trammel Nets. '. '
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time.A .
;) A. D. Campbell is away this Screen wire and Poultry netting.
delegation of about twenty
week attending the Bankers!? Association
Galvanized Tubs and Buckets.
S five from Union Lodge. of P. '
,', ... meeting, which is being :,
held'in Ocala. of Chipley, went to the'cemeterynear ,Illuminum and Eneamel ware. '; ,
to hold '
CerroGordo Sunday, "
,. J. D. Campbell returned Tuesday funeral exercises for a brother Farm Implements. .%
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from ;Pensacola, where be ,,
Jack Mathts, who died sometime ". '
,;', was summoned as Juror in U. Buggies. Wagons, Harness.
ago. The trip was made,via au-
S. court. He was excused.
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55 tomiles. Everything else in Hardware line. ? ;

,", Mr. and Mrs. Rawls are the '
'" proud parents ot fine baby boy. The Banner is requested to Come to see us and make our store headqunrters ChipL.

,the youngster arriving at, their state It, so the people may knowIt whin in

,+ home Saturday morning. Mother that there will be a W. O. W. guarantee' every transaction with us will be satisfactory:
and little one getting along
picnic at Pine Log on the .Vernon ,
nicely.
and Greenhead road, next Sat
I II :: 'Dunn-Coleman

r I. S. M.Robertson and T.J. Lawrence urday, the 13th inst. You' ,are .. Co.

l ;" will leave Saturday morn cordially invited to be present

'.' sing for Little Rock, Ark., where and carry a well-filled basket;; AcO"AG6E, General Mana.er
:', they will attend the Confederate
however, a fish-fry is to be the
reunion; they co'ae representative
1 -,of Camp McMillan. interesting re.
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