The Chipley banner
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 Material Information
Title: The Chipley banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: C. Tharp & Co.
Place of Publication: Chipley Washington County Fla
Creation Date: August 31, 1911
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Chipley
Coordinates: 30.779167 x -85.539167 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024681
oclc - 33427638
notis - AFA6585
lccn - sn 95047263
System ID: UF00075891:00271
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Succeeded by: Washington County news (Chipley, Fla.)

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: I Notice of Eiamlnatioo.Ah urday forenoon,. Civil Govern Mrs. Sv. A:, Jones Dead. DR. R. E., TILLER. .
)I\i\ WEhPP" ?..H"JIC I ) ;,,' ment. I4Chipley
u mination'for Teachers' Mrs. S. A. Jones, mother of DENTAL SURGEON -
II A list of the text books from '
.." BILL F LETTERHEADS Certificates will be held at the Hon. D. J. J nesa':1ds'isterofUn-': ,"
I which the que.tlons'are taken tor cle Dan Buie, died at her home .. Florida.Office ;' .
:_ HEADS : court house in Vernon; beginning ."
R all grades maybe found in the h '
t i at 8 o'clock a. m. on the 5th day here Tuesday morning at 3:30: over First Nat'l Bank.
NOTE ENVELOPES Chipley Bannerand Washington .
, jf I t of September, 1911. All applicants o'clock after a lingering illnessof "
'* Verdict _
': HEADS BUSINESS. | ..are required to provide several. weeks. Mrs. Jones : '
N CARDS' themselves with legal cap ,paper, was more than eighty years old.

:' PAMPHLETSCOMMISSARY pens and Ink, and ''pay. a fee ot County.. Superintendent... Her remains was '- parried to .. Attorney at Law. .;

T Campbellton Wednesday morning Vernon, Fla. : .
HILL one dollar. Office-at ,
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5 or 6 dose of 666" will cure any
'; CHECKS 1. CHEO Those expecting: to take this case of Chills and Fever. Price 25c. for burial in the old family
?: eXD1inationwiU> please take notice graveyard.. '. ,.*: Will.practice in Circuit Courts .of
'1 ; RECEIPTS DRAFTSVISITING J. The Banner joins the friendsof ;Florida: and,thq.Federal Courts. .
: N that, all 2nd and .3rd grade "
WEDDING .- questions will include Civil Government College of Agriculture I Mr. Jones and Mr Buie in tendering ; .......

., ,x.. INVITATIONS G CAR\.DS: ,.and the time allotted to University of Florida. sympathy to them in this DR. T. G. YATES, ,.r ,

': all'grades will be :five days, divided Offer in A sad hour With TWENTY YEARS' 'c'',(rEXPERIENCE t.-
Agriculture: 4-year eo .
TO ORDER as..follows: Tuesday forenoon, as an v '
course; a 2-year coul'aej; a -year
. .,...I"< Orthography and Reading; afternoon courses 4-months course; a "weekFarmer' Hold your cotton for 13 cents EYE SPECIALIST.. d 16 t
I. O. O. P. NOTICE.i "*.,.., ',English Grammar. Wednesday course; 14 correspondence i is.the advice of a committee composed W1IX BK AT '. ,"" till

$ :.f Until further notice Chipley 'forenoon, Artbmetic; afternoon courses.' A' ourae for every need. You of Senators Williams of Dr. Wilson's Office. < !I 1 '

56. 1 O. F. have education enough to enter one of Mississippi and Owens of Oklahoma .,, ,
Lodge JTo. ? \ jO., ,wiU{ Composition and Geog- I IN CHIT LBV
jt meet at 7:00: p.: m. 'eabV' Mondayevening. raphy. Thursday forenoon, History these courses. Find out which one by and Congressman Burle- From ELEVEN to SIX o'c ..ck -- '[

'..,. writing to son of Texas. Bankers' associa- First Tuesday In Each Month.. ik'tt e k
afternoon Physiology Friday I
.;,iJ By order of the Lodge.. ; J. J. VERNON, tions will be asked to cooperateto ',
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iof: C. A. HELTON'N. G. forenoon. Agriculture; after College of Agriculture Gainesville, .'make the holding for higher :I My PenRRCola .office Is Room No 410]' r.- I

); S. B. JuDsoN,1Sec71. :, {:' ,_ ,poon..oj Theory and, Practice. Sat- Florida. Tuition Free. prices possible. 'I' JBIount Building. i lilt.
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HEPUBLJ81IKO BAN ER : uCt fes*itf r Roil Purps| ,

JCVfcBY: TAt ,U3DAY., fey slxjnonths of careful} ;?:st.Jy. cony\ sat ne den'a ( hlfpol: Mf'S., o d hipley Cow. :

f: for throve I have for grand. |ld e I
CblpltTIt'I1?; county: the ,old 'lieror I ilf port Wi- d moftint i Mh. obi c.

WA.UTBR W. JONBM, fedttor.Entered sons and grandsons, I declare it to be Chipley Cow-Not feeling so fat this morning! my food doesn't seem to agree with me.
the wrong step to bond our county to I "
Gulfport Crw--What is menu, over herefiG'hipley .'
at the pxmtoffic at CWpUy.Fla.. U build roads in this sand. .. your '
wcond claw l.a1haatt4ll' _..... '"".._ ,._ ... J-muBt be short but will give a few ,. Cow;-f\ll kinds, !of the best, fob'd'aha milk producers, such that* .fc .alwa| founq" I II Iw.

o SUBSCRIPTION BATES ...Itts. ..a, fact that the bond 18sueGi5tm in the well assorted gram department STmy'mSStCa s merchants tTainD-

ONE TEAR.. ..... .. .... ..'.. .. .. .....m 1>' e!" an'< stimulated by just a bell & Dekle Co. 1 '

eix )MONTHS..... .. ..... .. .... .. so_ few who own in this county most all Gulfport Cow-Does the food you get furnish as good results jn milk. and butter., as it
THBKBS )MONTHS. ..,;.. .... .. .. ... 85 land that Is for sale. Now we know o1h '>IX" .

they are getting on all o. k. as they Ad!rtUIna rate furntahed on..'p pllc tlon. )ui.wlsh build roads through those gi.g: vim '
and Gulfport'CowtWelUXwas! just $ afk.y8u ;if had er-bad > Ohpoytuuitp" to
ommunicattens On live tomcsu eipe- fan<1j ''sell at ten times what They : try; ; that most effective and most palatable food and milk producer -
dally of local Interest, are .0Ucl d. It jrlve; take some of the money, Buy other BEET PULP? .. ,
Is understood, however, that the publlsh- lands, still have enough left to do '
of THe BANNER: will not be responsible Chipley Cow No.I'l'aud'' ntvferliatd at! opp rtbmfy> ;t y>attft tbe.hTax Assessor" '
business -
lots of. on- we pay
,(or opinions expressed fey coguypq.ndjgnfj., them.the banking,; Interes i'. will trv it on me it be bears of itand;' be will probably learn of its merits

.; TTE BANNER wants s, live representative They say let those that buy the landhelp i through you and your master .. ,- -

and correspondent afeverv: oostofflcela pay. for,.the ul1 ng'ofthose roads I Gulfport. Cow-Well, Mrs, Chiplev you seem to be looking brighter and more cheerful
theeountv..and will make Jlheral' arrangements .
:with the rlvrt parties.THUROOAV. 'Do you think it is right to vote to double I. this fine nornib Wtb'at bas happened., to-you, *that' madetbia( ,wonderful.. '
the price f land for your child and I cnaiig1id y.6nr count di1et. I
r..AMKMM f\ t af, 19'11. those wjjiqcome heretomake their home, ? ; Chipley Cow-What's the matter? why don't you know,irti b eNc 8"P.lV' taster beard'of i
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,-..- % it would be just'as right to vote to take '. Beet Pulp and ,has begun 'to place it on mVmentif; and trfhis and my great I

second halt th lrs l property. .:..' "" surprise the increase in milk and butter at our pjtac<
Fifty more states'lialre clans: ; post If jve bond the county it won't increase I : milk'cow owner'in,Chipley ought to get it for tneir"nmk Vows aa" Boon ask

offices in seventeen' farm produce; the-price ,cot r" S '. 'they can; it is a godsend to milk cows and their milkrtronsgtners: : } : '

been designated as postal savings ton Is set in New York; the price of Gulfport Cow.-Right you ares' what I told you at first;.I kn;vi'- vat once 'you had

banks.. {ff'aSn 'lrtheTWest.* It won't enrich our .: an opportunity to use Beet Pulp you would herald' ,ita'T praise aloud

., ... oH one blt.I f rVe make laws to protect .c throughout the land. ,
;-' our game why not protect the babe In "

After more than 200 years' under ,the cradle.i it is,not able to speak so Now, dear aade ". the abtive'is3ofcb'ifixce: !, ImS'glriary'! itili'l'ra\t'> \ tllit we1* Handle f

ald'emanic form ot city giSv- why not 7 speak fe for it... The bond Issue 'tbiswonderful: cow feed as'well as every 'nbtedfeed'on-tbe!' matMtt and the above

:ernment, Mobile,, Ala, has.Qffir 'wqvld,nysrepresent.: Hundreds of our conversation 'would be true if only the dumb animals could' converse.Awaiting. : your.

-d ally passed under the. .commis- northern; friends have ''come here 'and1eftthey feed orders. as .well... as all things. else in a generarmeWb"-12-.,"* '. :

sion form. ;! say this .country has. been .: .." .. S Weave yours to serve, .
misrepresented. They aay i't' is net so :
bad aa a niortg'age. We will just take ii Campbell & Dekle Company.
The extra session of congress what Webster says. Bound in servitude .

,which adjourned last"week passed You see the mortgage only binds our w.... .

the following1 bills, which were'" propertVj find take It. The bond binds

I 1< President'? Jis ln. servitude-we, must serve It for J._ ...
signed by the Canadian ; / I'
orty years' They don't want the prop .
reciprocity bill bill to reap- erty; it is money they want. They tell renter has to pay more rent, because' J..

portion representation in the you it is only a difference in opinion is rent houses are worth'more... Does heget 8

House; bill requifingpublicUyolcampaign r .w'Ji/we don't want bonds. We tiava The big Witness wages; says no.. there are ,{$00,000 t ..r .-;

: funds before and after the same opinion is the trouble. The white slaves in this.land otthelreet70j} I : i'W "
few that whoop up bonds see lots of per cent of whom are"said to''be lured I h"a) oOds. -
election(; and the resolution ad from Christian homes in,the south.. In
oney in It for them;; we << the same ,
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mUting Arizona and New'l4'elatG: the,country the farms have fallen tn the v
'thing-and1 .
the of the 'whole
expense hands ot the capitalist. Stock laws I' -1
to statehood, but so amended _as 'county.. Propress may be all right in have'bnen made to keen stock out of the When'things are'put throu"b'"the. 'wafilh._
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to,leave out. the.re all. The f61lowing such a wilt!j but let 'them )Valt-- until way of travel. Now I guess you will can tell what I.
: bills vVeie also passed but, true progress'comes, not jump 40 years hear others; but just all go north .andlearn'our ,you they are. -' !
alphabet But subscribe for
vetoed by the presfderit: Bill revising ahy dtuWitplbonds! they aav *it will the Banner first, as it says its columnsare My Goods has Stood thc..Tes"for' 2Years.' .
take.five years to build those roads; so 'open for discusing this bond issueIn
': woolen schedule of the tariff tt will, Some roadsLwill have to wait all its phases. That; is.the kind ofa ,I keep up with the new tbmgsandHhold ;

law; bill revising tlie4dooe! Tail th'ii time.; In five years by direct paper we need to read.Every fast, t6 the good old ones. .

,, schedule; bill placing riiore tbkia.bundred fax we would pay in over $100,000;that su just open one our agree head direct and tax.is heart.just and; 11 Wheel'you' ; :;need" "washday" -

I. articles ot necessityon will put all the roads In the county In vote the dictates ot our conscience. '

the free, list. tKood :-:,.,._We,could! put our roads in They say the,men in the middle of the goods'I Beep them
good fix with $10 per miles. We haven'tgotjMVjr county by direct, tax: won't get his for
share;JUst'seer most of the land is own
'work''r money In two years, ed even if no one Jives on It. The companies My. stok of Hardware
: you tHey Dave' 'put near $1S,000'into ownlpg-Jhosp lands just as well ,

'I.. Wf U8fiU: :. :1 tie little piece of road,,'which, if it had pay some. road tax as la the man represented .' Ranges: .Shoves, Sash and
been there. Sd I kindly ask, .all
put aU the
on roads would
we to think.it over carefully aa J only' Doors, Coffins and Caskets -
1 -William Howell'of Ver'non, has have had good roads. As it is they write. this to clear my own conscience. '
Guta avid
say we have such", bad roads. ; why, it With'besfwlah 3 for all'classes, Ammunition -
been business liegethe t J
.?" transacting. seems I rt'was.. done on purpose so the ..r : '........ "u.. ..w'E.IClRKXS.: l i Dynamite.,CrockeryII
past week.Franklin cry could be bad roads.. --,- -

Tiller' of* EbVb was I tj" ,About: 15 years ago we paid road tax aJ -I.!\hrUt's drib, ii: Glass ware, Enamel ware 't

for two years in, this county,.,and never Notice la hereby glven"thai under and Sewing>&f a -bi nest, Paints,
> visiting his father and Other rel- by virtue of an execution, Issued out of
a cent the .
was spent on roads. Some- ; ,
atives here Saturday the Circuit. Court of Washington county c :TJtil, Jap.a-Ljac_ Farming.Utensils
_.. thlnjrjwas\ wrong: ; so ft is now. They' Florida ou August '7th 19U, In a sulipending t ;
: r. 1 therein wherein :W, .Moreland : Picture
sax 15- Frames
.we must be taught our alphabet ;
Miss Ida.Jeffries one of our efficient ,I "'I and A. L. McLendon were plaintiffs, and
j from those, wino know it. Just see; we Dawson Naval Stores and Lumber Company (tti'S11tb a'rief) aftd
teachers. vjs.ted homefolks p north'whete' they have bonded the defendant, for thtf sum of $444.44 .,
Saturday and ,(Sunday.$ towns damegea.wlth legal; Interest thereon until Last bat'not lekst) ''
and cou'n'tys j it gives strength to
paid; and the sum of 7.48 costs I have
Some of, the boys have accused''' the banking business; It weakens other levied upon and will offer for sale during Fishing'Tactile<< 'tttstt's "fit, fbr ftehing.W& .
business.,, Businessmen the legal hours of sale, to the highest and
Uncle Ben of 'bavi4'i e political are encourag best cash bidder on Monday the 2nd day _I will '
cdifoborrow money; so they borrow October, A. U. 1911. before the court be pleased to serve you.
fever that don't cool off. UQ.OOQ.,give security on $50,000 what house door In the town of Veron said "
State and county the following land I ly .
John J. Tiller has been'on the has been the result with many. They.wer&getting Ing and being, In Washington county, '

sick list the_ past weed t 6ul' gla3to t .but not on nicely as they were; 'i, l'lorlda..towltDescrIption! :: '. S c.'T.'R'' R Ce. HORNE.
itjdfd increase their custom) so "
note that. he is tmpjrovibg.. flow. t.tfee ie'9\,on foe< 'while; thefr.>usUness !I All,..leaf'de,{"(.'bf nwJi" x.'Z, N,1",, .li .
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Curtice L and Z. C. Jones and was more than they could do justice .... .... .... .. .......37 8 14
to so the went against the wall; I II All ; .. ..31 :8 I 14
their families visited their par- either 1':54:: and eX owanew.j
direct or indirect the bank closed '.. .. .... .. .
ents down at the old bemestead I ") :2 I 14
'" out on all the business, Some one N3G ot nwJ.a.nd.8wJ& ofgwj.i335, :; 2 I 14
Sunday. !.says'that was bad management;it was Alf.'Iof.tI.; .*%.? ,*W. *....i.. -1 1 15 1'x: 1 HINA.CHIIoIERY CO. '
All .>,..H/. 3 1 15 .
Uncle Frank McKeitben to some extent,.only; because the fellow ..All .. .. .. .. .. .... ....n .....:.... '5 1 15 4 at B.. Bay Street '
the was doing'all right with. fSO OOO. but All.. .. .. .. .. ........ ...:.. .- .. .7 1 15 ,
., Valley, was with us a short while when ". ..All .. .......... .. ......:d.'O 1 15 JACK ON ."'L p. LORIDA.
he doubled It he lost the whole.. All. .. .. .. ... .....:.... :....11 1 15 .
Saturday- giving us some good ,Money counteracts money just as poison AI1.... : _.".. ... ... ... .. :...13 1 15 c Largest stock of Machinery -',
AII..If8I1W 5ose......... .. ,15 1 15
roads talk.' counteracts poison.. We go to the :!. .... .. .. :... .... .... ;.:. 1 i in Florida for'saw mills and ': .
:- lower class of the city what is the result All... .... .. .. ... .. ... .17 1 15 '
Rev.. M. E. Grant's buggy H of8 4..rr .f 1.19'. planing mills.EARQUHAR., : .
; money get cheap where it Is pen- > : >> 'I, 15 ,
horse continues sick, but be has tiful.. So the HW SS o.u4.<< ?,"t"m1'. :1i:27''$jR" 15 f ..
consumer has to pay moVe All "; .... ,..27 .2 15 ', MACHINERY
;, ::, managed so far to reach bis ap or supplies. More men are doing bust All.All .t.3ii1flt .f.(' .lH..f.1.3..31": .. ',2. "15 15 has been built for 57 years; :;

.: ." pointments.The mess, so there are more middle. men as Ail. es ne J ;it ;. .. .M. :2 I 15 more..built today than any'oth
.. we call.them, that have to make a pro- 1'll.reb ser'*pay fordeed.Sheriff ,: "" J
.." farmers are beginning to fit on all article. But the producer ,, Weshing: / ;;.gcountrFla.0 er Let us tell you why', .:

pick cotton', though it has been doesn't get any more for produce. The.. C. ,. tlso .rtalnttes:t .t.\tt oruX. ,Send. for catalog and price.Safety .J. .

much damaged: by the recent ...-:.- __..B.... ."_ I :,.
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meat :
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t. '- ;;;), log, was trading-here. Saturday. I are net to >3J,
in the little building
!:7 L";'. He tells us tbe.reis. number 01 ,and.vprmLn pxqof 2ft. wide Oft */
lf": >, ;. : cases of measles. in his commu .4i1; ; long; has very best rust- Mrs. S. A.Cook's new store,,and '>.

e::: : rustless springs sides will appreciate your patronage. ?
; ; drop ; high railing all .
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;,; : t "'.: .,... '.. Fred Hawk''wiilTitart a protract" "J if 1 *** Fish etc.and'wben you get these ".i .

.....:..;- _Y'" '':,:'', '';"I'..:f.:" '''.'' ,',". ed'''meeting at the Baptist. church, Buy; Baby..6ne. things from us. you are assuredof }f:

:.t.\:: :\ >!. \ :. .. here the.first Sunday iq Septiiilher. ''*" the best / ;....

,;'1'l.."'.1/ '. .: :' '..i'(;::. We hope the meeting ,willattended L. W. Sunis F'uruiture Co. Prompt Service; and Free Delivery -S". .

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Noble Ideal That Call Forth. the I He That GliM. Friend Unn. .ar,'Jr. -
j Smile of Angel and Soar I .r U.h. .&... .....nd moo
Direct to God. Hm ...oald, ... I '
JOB ''

There are about'us thousands and Though /riend be buttthe duplicate .

thousands of poor' creatures who I ot a maafa. self? jet the< mar
have nothing 6f beauty in their lives .
I ; often happen' secrets to one that;may

they come, they go,in obscurity; *3jl i, ....' not be convenient to. divulge to. the /
we believe that nil':is :dead within i PRINTING
other If they be such as the disclosure l
them ; and no one pays'PI heed. of them ta a friend shall not
And then one day a simple word,, ant onlynot benefit arm, but?shall! bring .

unexpected silence, a little tear that '
grif ,-'I'eaemot--thialaritr an ', .
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springs from the source of beauty act' .f :
fiiradslup' import them. \
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itself, t'-lls us that they have found ,1 ... .lie,that gfo.* hUafriendat wBeasinesswhem : 'rye; :
J. ., ; the means of raising aloft in the her aeetllv'no*,ill bw,eminy. or. Creates.good i impres., ) '

'k shadow cif their soul, an ideal a thousand at lent* .iirlaaaj, hiw friend, than' hr I" ;', "-

I t I. times more, beautiful than the O: might be. But if in some things he sionamong* "" 'yoiirv-.cbr- :> '''*' ,

#: : :i;, most- beautiful things their ears be*reamed; t shall suppose' it is for respondents and'helps .

have ever heard or their eyes ever pCD; .I hia'owraetlfety,. alwwelL.as; my ease. ,

g seen.. Oh, noble and pallid ideals of (1) I \rilt; M willing, ta know-as far asBtaM.me to give your .business. '';

?.;:".2;'O'j' .. silence_ and, shadow I It 1" you, he.wou 3 ;; bnt ,I would, not "" t

'' .1 I ., above all, who call forth the smile (1)a. draw anything from him which he prestige. .; :

!.,) '_ of the angels; it is you, above all,, C' mayot b. moijtamnunuoicate.; If ,

", who soar ,direct. to God-Maeter. he be one whom I value -ought not '
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i T; 0\(.\ .. linck. .-. -, to wrong him. ao. much,w to wrest : '
'00. = that from him that might causa*him ,
:t' ,
: Printing
." if ," afterward to repent ;or fear, II he :. : :: {

> : : The great Duke Wellington was : be not td V valued" I will never:engage -1 }-... "
myself so mach' as to bet made At Reasonable Prices. << f; ;
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I'' f' '; among those, upon whom ..sermon, '-' consciousof' : ; ..
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concealments.OLD. "
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: have a soporific effect. A strange .. ( .
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Fellthanrio < >:
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who .
'.5; \ clergyman was preaching the ,
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:t :..: .c"' : church, at Strathfieldsaye-, where the ......,. rt .BUnMB K.PAQOOA., :'. ; .' ., '"- "?',_:.,'f';1.'., i" ,''Ii,.
l duke was n regular attendant wasp 1L. ) -
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' '-, much: surprised by th" action of the .. AMMngunr the right;'bank of Give us' your next order ., .. '. t ,

: :. :,, verger, who at'.the-concluaion of the Irrawaddy'rlver; about flve>miles ,
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' \ '" ,-, sermon crime up the pulpit 1 stairs, e i from' Afaitdalayi in Burma, thre and we will give you perfect }

'J. :" opened the door, slammed \\ violent ataAda., penliu1 poedahknown as satisfaction thusmaking ;

;1 ;, ly, and then reopened it for thepreacher th* WwldiBgvCaktr NOdIe was : .:I,

" .' to pass out. la the vestry <1)t : built in. the early' part of' the nineteenth .. ,you one of our ;n:
he inquired;the meaning of this pro- century and is in thoroughly : ,." : ,:-: .: : {

.r .cedure. "Oh," replied the man, ".e. good preservation,.only a few' of the regular" customers. ; <.;:. ,' I.I, .
do that wake duke' I .
1. always to, the images inside having: been broken. .., ,: ,'I: I
", The extreme: height to,the top of the : ,': j: '
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s, ...' Buy IF now, Now I I. the time to buy a minaret iff 80'feet and the Circumference "" -, ..- .. :' : /
' 'Y ,, bottle'of Clmmberialn' Collor Cholera; andDiarrhoea t :. :'r" ,\ *tli I
v about 600 feet. The ,. '.
4 Re ledy."It Is almoat certain to pagoda -i"1 I
'" Ui neaded before the el,1mmAI'1. over,' 'tola J stands back from- the river'some 300 TiE: 1; '

ii remedy ball no superior. For 'ale' by all .... feet, and ir hidden from it by a =

r, / dealers.- .' \s grove of teak'tl'E'ea. Close to-It ia the if'1\1
;' famous Mfhgun beltWide World.A .

welt known Pea Motne woman after .,' :,
\ Real Panama- Souvenir' Made In.. Ohio ._ suffering miserably for two era,*from bowe "
i' .... Most. Popular Amongtho \ oonipiaUt, warn erred by one dose ercham-> 'f i
lierlMin'a Colio Cholera and Dtarfllea Rem. Fla. i1 '
Tourist. .. Os Chipley ;: .
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., s .r edr. For sale bv all dealer

A.man who ... 'b' ,
" ; was a passenger Qn..anf : ,'
, : ,- excursion steamer which 'returned ;
"t few 'days ago from Panama ands '} .
Costa Rica said that all the' tourists How Charles Wrthlmr Bought Fur- >

'If were deeply interested, in what r-T. fished House Order to a.tPrlcel.
!;. they: : The New York World '
... Chin*. ..*.. ,
t :: -. saw in Panama and along the line Ink Stain,': ,

;;: of the canal in the lour days which E-- cde ,The late Charles Wertheimer when I accidentally spilled a bottle of Dak Thrke-a-wetk Eedltlon....;..... ,
".t : they spent! there "The monster asked* occasion- what he con. on a fine lunch cloth, and after uatna;, -=- :0:--
on 'one ,
' walls of Umouij, butter aud vinegar could not The Thrlee-a week World hopes to l>n
. dredges, thegrt'at concrete; ; -
I ,, .. sulered. to, be his aaiutasL business In 100 better than It has
remove \the stain.) I then tried perojfe &, a paper ever
the locks and other wonders of'th ,
t co\ap\ ,,.thought,fact a.whila.and then ide of hydrogen, putting a n-ont been before, and It bas made [t ta arrangel:y'rr s'r
4 canal construction;" he said, -"natu t. : told h.. OBO when he .wa walking bottle 'Into'a pall of cold water.put,In ments accordinxly.: Its news service cov '
r rally came first in order for our attention he tbe lunch cloth, and let It boll nnttt era the entire gfobe, and It reports everything
through Brighton- espied
r' ; then, the cheapness of the square every trace of the stain wa removed.This fully, promptly and accurately. It
l ; "> duck suits whiah had ta, through an.: open, window what he Is 'a sure way of removing ink Is the only paper, noi a dally, which 1'8\ us
we buytheg ,
0U knew to be a priceless Chinese vase. talus.-!Exchange. Kood as H dally, and which will keep 'von '
," independence of the. merchants who f Ire went to the nearest postofiEce, examined ACCUSED OF STEALING. as completely Informed of what Is bapponinit y '
: would not send them to you, and the a local directory and :found throughout the world.
:" hospitality of the members of" the E. B. Chambsrlaln of Clinton. Me. boldly The Thftce-a. week World 'Is fair In Its
.of the resident. Then'' he
name accuses Buoklen's Arnica halve ol stealing .
1 political reports. You can get the truth
American'club, will all be remembered caned and asked forthe' gentleman -tbe gtlbg from burns ecalda, the pu.lnfr from Its columns, whether youare a Rnpubllcaa -
but the most wonderful thing EU and'west shown into the study under m sores of all kinds, the distress from or Democrat, and that Is what' Y

t, we saw was the purchase by.nearly > th4ill name of-"Hamilton," He briefly bolls or piles "It robs outs, corns, bruv lIel you want.
} every visitor of a real Panama! souvenir looking sprains aod Injuries o( their terror, be ,says A special feature of the Thrlco-a-week
that he for
explained. was a "
. ) in the .form of a deck of playing Q.) erg a beating remedy its equal.tou t exist World bas always. been Its serial fiction.
: modest hauBe.hr and had
: Brighton Nnly 25c at 8. :K. MoGeaohy's.R. It publishes novels bv the beet authors In
,; cards i bearing Panamasceriea, taken .. .
;., .f' '. and the"cards" arc made in Ohio.", .JJ the gentleman 'entertain an offer tor for 1.50 apiece, and Its high standard In "

:" .:. ., 0H the place as- it stood "lock:,,, stock F. SCARLETT, this rospectwill be maintained fn the futr. "
"* \pre as In the past. .v '
:. TOO REALISTIC. and barrel? The owner,' a; little
,,, The Thrlce-a-week World's r'P,_ _
: ,, / t Notary Pu'blic.Real '
r i nonplused, hesitated "If your ofiferis subscription price Is only $1.00 per year'and ';.," :
:. A still life' by Jim ,van Iluysen'inthe [ reasonable rrupted "Ham: this pay for 154 papers. We offer -rV': :

museum at The Hague wasTrecently ilton"' "I wilt giveyou an extra Estate Handled. this unequalled newspaper and The Ban ,,;!' :' :

,: :) injured, but it fa belieVed that c.i,' thousand" "Call tomorrow at 10130: Collections a specialty.Office er together for one year for ft.65 Tbn .' '.J':::I.,c.
regular subscription price of the two >n -"? ,, 1
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; the perpetrator wail neither vandal then the owner. "Harail- :
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S ta: i?; nor thief. The picture represents a riCO. ton" did and found."him prepared; to In First National Bank. I.per, .."' I

''';'.:' >It j/' basket or fruit on which a number " aere'pti 18,00O( for the twenty-two ---- ,'Iii.;

::' :?: of insects have'gathered. On a pale tJJ I years' unexpired term and the. contents COOK IVloRAB, Wa promptly obtain 11. 8. and Forel fn :

':, : yellow apple which is the'centerpiece: I of the* resident!, Attoriteyo at I.aw. y.<"

': : in the cluster of fruit is a large fly, Although this was wel-over mar- -rO.fIc. lye Chiplcjr: Stilt ...k.

;! '\.: painted so true to nature, so say'tTie ket ralueIIamilt6n'at once closed, I ,
... --' officials of the .gallery,. that .the:canvas -> ..,.0 adding fh& ub. tbovsand, according Careful my care attention* Collection given made.aU matters,entrumlto y
dead jnodel,iketcli or t>l>oi- d '
r' was injured by some one who = t. prtHnLsev Aarhewenrra/> afterward Agent for responsible time:And'flre.teate
endeavored<< to "shoo it and.. broughthis sold .the. >'va.e foT 33OOOr hill How. poren4f-Ffff9s I { wool''

., cane or hand too close Ho the can coup was vnmistakable, $ GO YEARS .
'I vas.'A tribute to the painter's EXPERIENCE ,

'j :, cniU8,'*'?aya the Jett recording the' t/J. HOPE; DEFERRED 1 i: '.

fact, "for'',:which' the work had to .,. .
I, suffer. .r Weary-and- footsoza, the. ,Wandering i Opposite.,Ur S. Patent Office]
:', >i -i '__rTL -.. i.iTHIRTY V 0> Jew 'stopped-for! moment at a WASHINGTON D. C. J

.' leeriest to ;. drink of .
TKAB3 TOGETHER: ; VA' wajaid get .. .wa TRADC MARKS ,
ter. : "

I. How Thirty tbe')merit ears'of ol assoelitlon a good tiling lblnk.tan
I that time-or tbe wortblnsueM of a bad one te hnprirerJr .. enlokly aaoertnluour opinion 'free whether Ml.
Invention le probably pulenfiiblo. CimimunlontkHieitrlotlronntldentlHl.
Ho there's no gueraworklathlaevklence of "No.," they answered. ..., HAKDBQOlf.. on PutenU Notary Public State at Large.
,, sent free. Old airenoy for e ourlnfptttent i
Thos. Arles, Concord,Mlcb. who wriMat "1 'V Witll'a. .. 4is e"fttved sigh be rritmtcl '' .anotluwIthoetohargo.mUeScientific. Go reo lT*
have used Dr. King's Jew Discovery for 80 ypeji"*!
year and it Is toe beat coucb and cold our hi. WMi 4lrwiirs. Hmerican All business entrusted to:

: J I ever used.; Once It guide entrance In a tr". Cute and kr.Ho* M"ya healed. a about .. ..
: ..l A"and.I HlimrnUed o "'r. TJineiit IKcahttlon -- care will have my prompt '
( borne YOU can't pry It out. Many families .tl one-tllrd aIa'-time required by the usual of any nrleiitido. Journal.Tormt., ....$_3 a my i'
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have used It for 40 Jean It'. Jhe.most Infallible treatntentby a"pIJ .Chamberlain's' U.- E iUtN* 1'r&CO 38f' 1 way.New YorkBranch'Offlo attention. Fees reasonable
throat and lung medIcine; earth.: 1'. ment, It 1* ao antleitlo and cause* such .
alb j T BUWaeh oai IX C.:
Can Post Office
Unequalled tor f Jngrlpp asthma,bay fever ; '-: injuries to 1MtM rtUo.t maturatUnTbw "' be found at ,
croup, ((ulaejr.or sore lungs. Price sib.and : :: : liniment also reltete soreness of tbiaai t ;; ." :, : \ ,
: The .
It. Trial bottle free, Guaranteed by 3, '- cle sod rheumatic' pain. fag sale| ,by .HdeaTen. Banner wants to_buy some Wausau Florida
: .- clean cotton- ,
JC. MeUeacny. : rags.
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--. ---- Writer Thinks-"Civilization-- Might In- eipsfl DO YOU KNOW !

7 Clturcli Dlreetorrw," vent Code Something the Duello.Like Thatof It' I

L- M. E. Church, South.-Preaihlng vary That now ia the time to build that home or business house .
s. Ut and 8rd Sunday at. 11 a. m.'and 8 p, m. you have been considering? The present business depressionhaa

s L.Sabbath II. Cliapiielle School: Pal 10 tor.a. m. W. N. BheaU, War is now carried on in an uncivilized Mrs. J. P. Daniels, of haa reduced the price of lumber and building materials; labor 'III:"
r'.1! Superintendent.Prayer fashion. it is fought as if "I l. cheap and plentiful, and you can build now for 25 to 50 percent .
Sip Ky. writes: was
less than
Meeting Thursday nights. : inJUNE
'. d ;'" Young Men's prayer meeting Tuesday all participants were savages. so sick for 3 or 4 years, I $

nights. Everybody cOrdl&nTln'fIte4.- il politely called ,strategy is hiking I had to hire my work 1907, OR, JUNE-1908.: .
the unawares and giving
2nd enemy done most of the time.I > &
Church Preaching every
Baptist ,
fair show. when of
and 4th Sunday. Rev. Baxter.pastor. him a Formerly When think of orlbulldlng material, think ua
Sabbath (School 10 a. m., F. C. Hawk. two men had.a quarrel, they settled had given up hope. WhenI e t and the fact that we have completed a modern up-to-date mill-
S take Cardui I work mill and can fnrnleh everything made of wood used In e
the of ,
TraverMeeting differences
their manner ,
? Wednesday night a building from sills to comb, and that we can -
Z ... I. 9 modern warfare. But now, whcu- knew, right away It was 0 e
1'oetofBce> Directory even one man stabs another in the helping me. Now, I am DO IT QUICK. $.

;,:- ; Office hours7:30a.m. to 7:00( r m.; except back, or men shoot each other at better than ever before in e Saab Moulding.: Framing: Bank: ; ee

East-bound Sundays.mall closes,at 10:20 a.m eight because of a grievance or an my life, and Cardui did it"B Blind.Doora Baae Gating Ceiling Flooring: Drug Store,? 0
West-bound 5:10 agreement that they are enemies wo .
? mall closes at p.m. Frame Finish Siding Fixtures.
'6M. 1 Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 m. juatly say that they are uncivilm, ,
and l leaves 'on. arrival of the east bounlmall. ( and in the measure that they fall Estimate cheerfully furnlmhed._ Freight paid to your station .!.
; CARDUITho 'QIJ 1( desired. ",
Sunday hours: 11:30'm.., to 18:30 p. m., upon one another like wild beasts we a

R Money Orders Issued at all hours when declare that they render uncivilized : AURIANNA MANUFACTURING CO. :
a, office la open, except Sundays. the communities in which they live. ,
', J P HCHKL.L P. M $
On the other hand,, where the code Woman's Tonic 2V1A.RIA1NIXA, FLA. .
duello exists and the civilization is '
Our Clubbing ia.&. : LONG DISTANCE PHONE &2.
Semi-weekly. Atlanta of a high order, there is a court of .
;, Journal HAMMER, per and year $1.75. honor to determine among gentlemen ands Careful of weak has helped tired thous- .........................Q

+1; BANNER and Thrice -week New York of similar connections whether worn-

r +' World, per year tl.65.! the challenge is justified or not, and out women,back to health. -

ti, n BANNER and Citizen and per Semi-weekly year, $1. O.Times-U'h* something of the conditions under : Ithas a gentle, tonic action UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. Florida State College For Women

"t ( the shall take place.'Un- on the womanly sys .
fight .
',F [.?; UA.NNBR and Home and Farm per year I GAINESVILLE TALLAHASSEE
$1.2/\/ fair conditions are not allowed, sec tem. It goes to the cause Superior But Inexpensive Institution for I: College of Arts and Sciences. Normal Sclnx.!

: onds and an umpire are insisted of the trouble. It helps, !it Florida, Young Hen. School. School ol Music.ol Home Schixil! X">nnmlc Art. School. of ExprcnIon. .-

General Directory. .upon, as well as the presence of surgeons helps quickly,surely, safe- University Four. college Bxten. agricultural.km. 46 protenar experiment* and itatlon IUllltot-; .-First. Other clang espen.equipment..... very low.throuabout.For informatiouaddreu Tuition
loss of I ant. 80 per cent Increase In attendance last .
OFFICIALS. to prevent unnecessary ly. It has helped others. year. Attractive building and campus. For -
: !STATE life. A duel fought under the code, catalogue address A. A. MUKPNtEE Presided.W. EDWARD CONRADI. Prriidenl.
Why not you? It will.
W. Gllcbrlst.
g is a more civilized proceeding than Try it Get bottle -- -----
of State-H. Clay Crawford. a today
dam'''_ Secretary General- Park Trammell. a Kentucky shooting. Could not U. MILTON, M. L. DEKI.E F.::M. G OLSON.
Attorney civilization invent similar amenities President. Vice-PresIdent Cashier.
E. Mcliln.;
b, Com Alrlculture-B. for a fight between nations?-Atlantic -
Trell.surer-Wm V. Knott. SHELL TELLS THE AGE.
5 Supt. Public Inst.ructlon-W.I foliob Monthly. I Frat National Bank.

way.' THE CONTRARY. I Oysters grow only during the sum-
o Comptroller C. Croom. mer and especially during, the long, .

Supreme Court-Thos. :II. Shackleford Physician (reflectively) *- H'm I warm_ summers at that, and are Capital $50,000.00 1 1i

y: Chief Justice; M. II. Mabrv. Clar:. The case is one, I think, that will scarcely big enough for the mouth i

Railroad Commlssfon-R.Hudson Burr yield to a mild stimulant. Let me before the third: year. It is easy looking Solicit Accounts.of Banks Corporations.. Firms and Individuals.Our .

a '. Chairman; R. C. Dunn Clerk. madam, if over; 'a bunch of shells to tell 'twenty year experience in the banking business enables us to offer .
see tongue, you
cl n Judge first judicial circuit J. Emmett your ; how old an oyster is. A summer you the beat banking facilities of any bank in West Florida. We also have a
t .. .. Wolfe, Pensacola.. please.Husband. : fully equipped Savings Department in which we pay trterest on deposits. Accounts I
Solicitor! first Judicial circuit-". of patient (hastily-) hump and the winter, sink, .come by mall handled aa easily aa by personal interview. '
State : '
'ft.i L. Wilson. O6etor, her tongue doesn't need vunvtir across! the shell every year, but after Send ua your business.
.1 ,----- *It ulating.; --Stray Sloriea.{ : the seventh or tenth year full growth F. M. GOLSON Cashier.
comes; then,,by looking at the. sinks
between! the humps it Is hard to tell
.; H. S. Chubb Register Gainesville Fla. "1 suffered Intensely after eating and no ,
'I: Shields Warren., Receiver,. Gainesville. medicine or treatment 1 tried seemed to do anything more about :Miss Oyster'sage. Physicians Advisethe

.,ti1Irx, .. any good," writes II. U. Youngpeters, Editor Oysters live to be twenty years use of A goodlaxatlve, to keep the bowels open and prevent the poisons of undigested
WASHINGTON COUNTY OFFICERS. of The Sun, Lake View Ohio. ,"The old. food from getUnginto your-system.
# 0rat few dotes of Chamberlain's )Stomach The latest product of sdence Is VELVO Laxative Uver Syrup purely vegetable gentle, I
__ Circuit Clerk-W. C, Lockey, Vernon. and Liver Tablet gave me surprising relief tW 4AT"QIQI1E: .MEAN?- reliable and of a pleasant, aromatic taste. Velvo acts on the liver, as well as on the
r, County ludleA. Hutchison Vernon. and the second bottle seemed to give me a ".:.1,. : stomach" and bowels, and Is of the greatest possible efficacy in constipation indigestion :
Sheriff-C. G. Allen Chlpley. and good health." : ''" ,.' '. biliousness, sick headache, feverishness, colicflatulence, etc. Try VF 1
stomach perfectly t
new '111n', 1"1"
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Treasurer-U. B. Tiller; Vernon. ''i.' \\-I" '!' 'l "" ":I\I\ '
'j r :s / fax Assssor-J.J. Williams, Chipley. 11'01'1&18 by all dealers I '. ,.."...r !ih Ja\'(' ;'....w..'/C'I'tI'.l .1.1.,0-: :

Tax Collector-W. B. Gainer hconhna.r : .. ;>01'"i J "....'..... ." 1'11, 1:1.: I\- LAXATIVE
j. WOMEN IN INDIA. .. ..
Supt. Public Instruction-B. F Gainer I .. I ".
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:y Supervisor of Registration -J. W. The women of India have no desire An ordinary page. of diarrhoea' can, as a
it Gainer, Econflna., whatever to become emancipated.They rule, be cured by a elnele dose of Chamber LIVER SYRUP.Bere"s

': Countv $Solicitor A. D. Carmichael, like a comfortable home, .they I laln'8 Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea J Rerae- '
Chlpley: sty. .HUB rums d y hoe ir*vupvrior for bo wet
v love their children, jewels and pretty
Thos. Collins, Cary- complaints. For Bale by all dealer.FISHERMAN'S *
Count Surveyor- clothes and sweetmeats and gossip,

w vllle, Fla, and they like also to drink sherbet e
;; .H, County Commlasloners: made of melon and sweetened with LUCK
J. T. High tower, Chairman Vernon. The Indian likelito -. a Good -Slogan for
rosewater. woman -
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; A. C. Gilbert Chlpley. ,
S. L. Davis, Wausau. be married and her husband is her

; y J. II. Porter Mlllvllle. god. In all other' things she is. in- a. Bigger and Better Business.:

i 1>. F; Gunn, Santa Rosa. different. A survey of woman's influence {f,

? School Board: discloses the fact that theyare .r I ..."."................
T., G. B. Bush, Chairman. Orange Hill s IDON'T I
at that of where the
S. J. Gainer St. Andrew. stage slavery { -
y ,t W. F!, RUBS Vernon. serf, though suffering the horrors of BLOCK THE WAY! : '. ". '

thralldom, has become BO indifferent 1 -. '\;. '.

j : CHIPLEY CITY OFFICIALS.! that he does' not appreciate and, indeed Move as fast as the procession, move.out..Take: .::, the

'Mayor-U. B. Wells. stoutly resists proffered release. pace of tbe-company you are in ,or make way:'"for<;,the: man
Marshal-H. :M. Farrlor slaves take in '
Many actually pride .. 'aDon't
l.lerkand, Treasurer-W. W. Cook. behind. ..
the fetters that chain thein, "specially -
Council-A. D. Carmichael chairman ;> -
t. C. B. Dunn R. McGeachy, C. E. TharpW. when the coming slaveholder gilds ",) .

O. Butler Jr. and bejewels these shackles. The .stand'in. the. way of new ideas.. -D n'i,/ pause. 'inthe.

rt woman of India Is suffering, yet she path of better system. Don't settle down, on the ladder of I .

wants to be left alone to go on suffer rIlls success. Don't be a barnacle on the ship of'prepress.

:4 The Banner ing.-Harriet Quimby, in Leslie's.A ,,- '-, .
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DISCOVERY."I Change:means progress. Progress'meansadvancement:
I If
; Aw 1 t.You
Friend- only caught .
have discovered a way of 'making :: one J x ". ... Advancement means movement. MOVE! :JDON'T -

Chipley, Fla. our predictions less misleading," The Angler--Well, dat one's a .-

aid weather ,bureau employe."A good eel, ain't it? .' .
6 t* Stands for the ref'ChIpley new system of calculation ?!' .

,: I linked the other. A KING WHO,LEFT }I1NME .d>.. '

"No. Instead of using the \wont soL the world to talking,but Paul Mathulka

,. pro!)ally' in our annoumoim-Mts UuifalQv H! Y.-says he' always were At .
1 i Washington County. ill us' llj" wcr.l 'pl)Aiilly.: '' IIOMK the King or alt Larltlves-Dr King's City
Mew Life tfittn, and tha'thsx're a blessingto 1
all his family. Cure constipation, head- ,
Find Florida.. } ache, Indigestion! ilyapepela. Only'20o at to write for our confidential letter before ap BarberShop T
'" embroider tr IC.t: MbGeacb'I. plying tor patent:It mar be worth money.
"I want to this i tapestry Wo promptly obkill.U.&and ForeignPATENTS
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love- What stitch would .
story.. you -
Subscription, "S1 Per Year. l1s 'p" ; (G. ,
I 4. and TRADE .Lwl1 ARKS or tu1'll EM- I .
"If it is a H1atr'i 'lonin 'of -...,% ." TIRE attorney1* JeVflend model, akeh;.b
,-M! tfl! : : <..rorslit: /: *'. :: Notary Public jnhotoand FREE report..on lend IIt.eDt aD IMMEDIATE blitc.T' W* I'lv I JNo Waiting.
'We make a Specialty; of the beet legal aerrloe and ..11'0'&D4 our .
State at Large.
ATTACK LIKE T1UKKS. .' charges are moderate. Try na. 3 Barbers

Neat," In flchtlnc to keep the blood pure the SWIFT & CO.,
: white corpOioleB attack disease germ like A I).. CARMIUHA E ) Patent Lawyoi Everything U -to-Now.

Artistic tiger But often germ multiply *o fast At torne at Law Opp.U.S.Pateat Ofllc,WMhlngton,D.C. i I'

the little fighter are overcome. Then tee Shave ...... ... s. 15c. '
'Commercial Pricfing pimples, boil, ecsema. altrneum, sores .Collections a Bpeoialty.Chlpley. Ilaircuttlng-, ... .r. 25c.
s$ multiply and strength and appetite fall. << F la. REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD. Shampoo. ... ,.c.. 2Sc.
This condition demand Eleotrlo Bitter to ..Wr.aLOW'. Masaag-e .'.... .... 25c. .
regulate tomacb,liver and kidneys and to used fur over 8IXTV YEARS yMIIWONS ol Hair Singe, .... .... ; 25c.
MOTHER! for their '
The Banner zyel poisons from the blood. "They are' the J.JONES.i: 1'JU{THaNG. with PBRFKCT SUCCESS. It We
bet blood purifier," write C. T. Hudulirr, i SOOTHES AI.I..A.Vii all the PAIN CHILD) CURES; 8OFTHN9 WIND COLIC the OUlia and, .. Solicit' Your Patronage.Very .
Tiaoy,Cat. They mated rich red blood, U
> -At-Ia\w the beet remedy (or DIARRH03A. ItT. ab.iolutely '
.r strong nerve and build up your health; hannlesa. B. sure and ask for "Mrs.
Chipley, Fla. Try them; Wo"at 8. E. McOeachy's, ... tJjm'LEY. FLA.! >v;>" Uad.Wh..I w'Tweacj-ftve. Boothlaf eanw IYTU a,both."_and.taU BO flUte* \V. D. Peters, FroprTH .
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f .. ,I' .... .... "* _*-- -' ... _, A .' Governor Gilcbrist has apppm ..................,......

I I. ted W; Ti Bktial toi the
post 1 1i
(X'rlc I "Dh VPoke Root and PbUuwluiHJPermanent

I Pfo NweHiI)) JnatCJLbYIJwial.act, : of< the '
: -i
'legislature., -thatpfxopipinag tbcs : Wire' Pence 1\\
ik .: a Its beneficial ef- Stubborn case Good results are historical,archives of. Florida ,
i l f yield to h.reddc lasting-it euros f ,
f i'ver/quickly *hn : you to stay cured This has long been needed t'o ... 1.-:
+ tiaas are Usaless t!!:
'preserve the history: of'bur State :
0 ,.
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.e'Po I '.
l : f I It I .. "y.
'I I No Time VVrstcd.. 1 I U ::..
0 Makes rich, red, pure blood-cleanses the entire : I .___ 1tt'-t--- .
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a System +cleata the 'brain %strengthen' dtgestfettfeftd1 nerves, j

:. A positive specific for BloUHt'Pofootf and skin diseases Prompt AlcHdri is' Pteasinff''Many. a 30, -

i Drives out Rhenm.tJ.m'and..5top.tbe. PaIn; ends Malaria J Chipley Citi2 aB. 244l -;

is a wonderful tonic and body-builder. Thousands endorse its Gtdow.todheoauMofkveltythingiBadtbaciw.aeL -- "

j ; aap.ed.by. s>ck. kdneya ,
1> / F. V. UPPMAN SAVANNAH, GA. 4 I ., .. oj

>\' I Cere the kldne,.. yOU cure backache '.

.....,.. Dbao'a' .KidaeyrBHlKarvrfor kidneys .
r- qJlf I -www.-.vw: ,..:_.,..... _,_..... _,...._-.:.___.w+_....+.. ...... .)

The'. "Acme, : No time ,.wa,tecl.tI\JJ"'torcure. other 0 '
Mrs.F.' 0' E.? Plliman.'Manager.: troubles. Just a'word Farmers and' Fence Builders
.OhlpleyVpeeplerteiXasn-s thelnmsrlt.Mrav I:' : : :
+ancjsKlcbafida., Sexaoful, St.. : '
For the usual pay the Hotel Acme .
Chlpley Ala| sayi l 'Doan'..,Ktdney '
Will with food and "
serve :
t' make
.,: '11 take and years ago and the cure has' been permanent -
: orders you ,
strange.to relateYou'll *, ,1 ttiadlj rsvood..nie tide rem :' ..of'the Best'American Steel Wire Fence, we ||

edy. I had beentln ppox; ; .a4b quitea

;'That ia wear'seen a Haf broad?' ,aimilewA smile- i I : ,while" and 1',now believe that it was .!r are, in' position: make You, better: prices 0

'smile like summer is a fortuneto 'aIr.due td'Wtalr an* disordered' k'd' ." $
the drummer-. ney. There;, wa..a oonatont' pain in than ever before. e
The fast-
simplest lightest running
the small otraj bagl\k and,11 was
very '
eat cutting saw mill ever bnlU-a mill e
For weary head we can give ," -
youU your b dHWhere U.*. *)? ., lJ '.' that yep ean'buy ate the.right price and, nervous and subject. to headaches.: ]I S Besure you see us before-buying wire 0S'
with wnich yon van make big money. slept poo1'ly'and'wtial'reat I' did' get, I

,. ; a room you will that sleep will pleas with ease;-j in- '; lt's.all, i in the Taylor'Fe i did aboutiDMa'a.notTefreahiMas
.. With.. slumber so. s 0elnt"111t118 Erery mill fitted with tPir ca&l cozy retreat. .. ., .aeWoui..attachments and adjustable ob*M eacb7 OtjOotmj drag, store., I t e
You'll dream of your .wife who Idler. Improved carriage-backing tie- have much to be thankful, for This
'and IjIH.ICJHf'. remedy llred'up'alt the claims made Chipley Hdw. Co.
yteelaq..ok.actiaq a
'" x blesses''yofr' 'lifer *" '* *> : i
"bo3tltdrlesswgaltbr Made.ln, ali ,sizes,. portable and sta for IV correCtinsriM*")tmible 't
0 f frietfda"atll"brl ltttan>
tionary. For aalffbyh: aU J 4* .4fr.., Price 50
....., .. .., ,J We manufactur Engine.,. Boilers, cents. Foster-M burn Co., Buffalo, .
.... .. "': J% '>' Shingle Machines, Cut-Off Sawa;Wood New York,. aol .aKwiitatfor, the) United .............._._..... .-

Splltters.eta., and do Foundry Work. Statea.Rememoer. .
WANTED-Cash paid forwt
.. balfv, I --
WilWfWf" Ufonftatlon and prieat on aa,ths.. the name..Doan'andtake
Alligators anduf attjie14e'gts. .
700 seal.
1 Can use' about lOOr-C. E,:PLEAS,'' I liilalr.ry I &j Teyl.r' Iron Works no .tieew .. ...,, 3 \
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l Chipley, Fla) .. Me.tor"alo.. \ :
I. QA.Bank I By virtue of a decree of foreclosure: : ,

7,('Jt $ii t'N! :: dii'a1 'ed C'owntr.-FIorftlaf from Naval the tees Circuit: ,.
[ complainant' : J. W: Ilinaon, H.F. .
I -t, ..,it fir. ,i.. i0 r, PErI91+LCQILR; ;_ FLR,.. ', Ltandj Gkarima,Cand.'haertlslW; Hmx- Bay Head: RloridQye, :
ton, Uurresa Uraxton Annie Luclla Fore-
': Dealgnated Depositary of tbe'XlnIt. fiitat.. t h&iMl.-ThoMa<< ,.' vt>. (Orlfntb and- Lev I a Mecca of the Tourist. Angler. Sportsman. :
.. -- Griffith, and D. J. Jones lill.l rdl.n'ad .

>* i SOlde.t'ettld- Larpeut 19iank.In We.t .FJqrld. nor.lIt.em were for Annie defendant Lucile I Forehand!shall, expoaw, a ml to ............M''I.'I.II.It.[ er''.

oRC: +asrszEa4. : ,10. aeao.i sate at publU'anctionr before- the C'ourt '
v House Doer at Vecnoo.lntb&.hl4.ouQ. Rates Per Day Newley Furnished ) Find Boating :m

*;: Capital Half Million Dollars.. .r fty of wlthio Washington 4UtjeDt.e, "State of_Florida, D.on $1.00 and $1.50 0 {( Gep! TaWttk! j} and Bathing. ,;

.....t. a8t.epilisandUndlirtdtNPi'ofit.jIOOd00.; . I 1Q11, the legal hours of sale the
I i : : <; : 'foliawlDvd' 'cte.cnbH ptDparty,tltuatcd In 'U l ,rr+ rrf Ir
the said county,ol W&nhlOKtorr, to-wlt
.i i lr lntelesf' prlkt ht avinfs Department at.Kate of,4 percent., per.Annum, : I South-east quarter of tloutb-esstgUar" .
r ,,
tel'(SEJ.( of tlJCJ()of Section Unen Town- r T7"

; THe F.rst Notional. Bank hlu'FourWVNorth.. .Baa.a Flftwn, (IS) . r . - .
West North-west L".rterNW--" ) of
t.aJrtt.,' nwa* *rono*-j .
r+gMMACOtw. x Section Four<4)TownsblpFourHNorth) .
Range Fourteen (14) West,,
I K. BVBB.J... Prealdeat .. W.S.KBYSB Vloe-Pro. Purchaser to: pay. .for deeds! : Neat Printing
{ 4'W. W..J4 Fo.._ CanhlBrTo..'W.ttitBtTvAMt. Cashier.W.N... .ROIt&Jt'lllr. Aa..Coahler Ji. M..: APP r
....:-F. C. Brent W. :A.Bluunt. W.S. Kerwr.: Wm. B. Kaowlea, W. K.Uyer.W. : Special.,Muster.
'. u.'- .1.Forbea. Knowles Hver. Thaw W.BrraU ,,
t.* j* cfi >
( I!' NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION, "I Creates a good impression :
I' Department of the Interior,
J6'r U. a Land Office at Oatnevllle, '1a.
A u uIIU2. 1411, among your correspondents :
It'It .
I ,' 1Ztthdl.herebytrventat' llerbert H.Poste .
\ ,. of )I.kIUIaC. > Flqrlda,, who. on and helps to give Qq -
March i9, Ib.Qr made,, Homestead Entry your fr-
.... Nprlal'''>o. oeibt& for NEM', .Section 2,
'\ Township J . Meridian has -tiled notice of In-
tontlon to make final Counamtatton proofto ,
.. establish claim to the land above > .
twtorv the Cleric of ,|ho.Clrpult
\ Court at Vernon, Florida, pn, the 18t fit' t **
I 4!' day of Deptamter, ItK1 at. Reasonable Prices f
'. Claimant name, an wjtnessee,1. M. .
z. t.w /!! Porter CYahUOay..Ulcharrf Bosh of Qon- r
i ... ". ,.' > 1- L. EconUna. .
nett.' Lorlda. aad 1j. Oaf'per .of Banner Job Office. '
: ,IlmraT-ri. CHBBB, .
\ S'TONE SCHOOL FOR GIRLS Ed- fee,paid.. 0 0 Regis er. . . . .(
I I p -
.. E.t.bli.hed In 1894. Thai aIM of tbd Mhool ia dearly Mt forth by ita .
i w..,-_ --M OTTO: 'pooaibl"Thorough owt.imtructton.nier,,poeitlTelr ChrUtlan influence! *at tb.Iow.. USBf'RNiOLE.
I The school was aatabllahed by the Ucthodlit Church not to make money but to furnish
a place where girls can be given thorough training in body mind..,and heart. at a moderateico .
1 f 1o t.vThe; object ha hen*.h'''''earrted oat that..a' 'aoo.oa Palmer
tp.raiai ti. College
i"lt.l; KEOULil-i D fCI TI T. building It la andwg'rthountsaefu$1140 000 patronage


. 1:7:: pay all ohsrirA" ,for thy a>v fawtadtegr the tab)*bo.rd,*roors. .H -hU. .__ F
, \' .f'.. $150 I beat,'lauodry. hedici mtteatiow phVaMial. daltareL and tuition mall. ....* For Boys and' }Tirlsf _
; J '"1 except music and elocution. Apply for catalogue and application blank to ,

.1 l REV.JAMES CANNON.JR.'".A.Prlaclp.1.81aekt.s..Va. _. -

I r .- ueJ-1'Un'OK': Spritig$, Rlorlda.oovaa ; .,

High-CIass Saw Mill! )Machinery' To exterminate Bedbugs- Roch- -' oopooooo .

es,. Moths, Ants, Mosquitoes,
We carry at our new warehouse, and Located at beautiful De 'uniak'Surings, seat 9f Florida Chatl...
., Flies Fleas Spiders all,
a "- 408 and 412 Eaist nay St., ''a large < ,
. tauqua. Highest altitude in the State. ,Artesian water. Good
/ J f .stock of Pprtable" Land, .StationaryEl1glnes claasof vermin. Tokillapdpr; '
health. Well equipped buildings. Successor' the State Normal l
Locomotive and Horizontal
; vent Fleas, Lice and Mites on

." n Return Flue Bollera; Saw MUla, fowls. ,To kill and prevent Ticks, School. Strong: acuIty: Gymnaseum, tennis, flew athletic field. .

Planers, Ed rera, Saws,, Belting Home-like'school. Careful t oversight. .Offers .thorough academic,
Fleas. Lice and Flies) on animals.
and Mill Supplies; also engine and courses and college]] courses through: Freshman anti Sophomore.
'aaw'miU. repair*. "Walso handle1'the .Dopt'event the spread of (Contagious .r. .
Music ,
and Art.
celebrated line of Hustler: Saw Mill Diseases. To disinfect<<: .', .

andErleEngines: : and fiblteri. TbU" makes the best SaW'Mll1 outfit c>earth. Stables and Fowl Houses.., To Elementary' D f'' .
J Get our prices before buying. We can save you money., ,A postal will bring! insure yourself perfect beaUb.'Fe'nole ., ; ':.
our Traveler. Write for Illustrated catalog covering;your requirement
> : .
i Moi'sby MacHInery do. will not injure or tain The Elementary Department' c'oyforp tneeigr. t. .grades of the

I tirctfinest or 'most delicate' fab- grammar school and i id taugnt .by,a'}?ep.,r\te/ culty thoroughly.
408 & 412 E. Boy: St. Jaclcrsonwllle'Plorlda.! trained teachers, *
withFenole : "
rics. Insects destroyed -
Lana: Dtmtanc Telephone No., 87.4.

M.D' 7. will not poison house pets; Peerents, thejjest' 'thing you. can do for your children. istoeducatethem /.

I or clUckens.Frnole underChtistian i influences. Perhaps .no schoolin

f. F rner\Mmrary: School is used with. a spcayer. ,Florida offers you better advantages; ,fPI.t\ ean; than < Palmer c
'I College. .
... I 1861+1909.Oxterd.'Nortatatdlle... \. Quarts, 75c. tf Gallon'. 5. .. .
r l Cl8ll8lcalacle tidOMUI: English Co_ Prepares for Col J .Gallon $2.50. Sprayers, SOc. School' opens'September 27th, 1911.,
E loge University otthduorernnleut'Academlea.; 'Military "
training develops prompt obedience and manly carriage. t.lF'Send for illustrated cat 1o peo' ,
Academy 68 rears old with experienced:: teacher Cadets Vet 4ht Cheapest' but the Best. .
dine with the principal and ladles of his- family, securing .. I -
fli culture of nome life. Cultivates and educates. Modern Manufactured Rev :R. Walker President
i buildings ....feet.anltatlonwholeso.nefar&ne"erowdin by Lynn or
( Best moral. m4h1tali/'J'hFare.. and 11001&1'r"nlD" Shady t I I ,
lawn, athletic#parlr ads ,ftttelo rmre"'rUlH1lnrtrack.-1IOO' ** ;
{ Protv.O. Fisher | '
The Fenole
L acres Ideal climate. helpful enTlronmeDt. In the aoolsli' ChemicalCo; : ; ,. ,, Q.\ Rrncjpalv. : .j:
\ atmosphere o people,.,The.$<)WD..DOteci'. I f
urreyflan.aLaedf :nMt1 '
,.OW Dad ". .
11' .. Oy" C i --
h" I Fla. '
:tampa '
I Cetdloue.Mad>distributing "
.f I Ti; HORNER MILITARY SCHOOL I Get Chi-NamO. from from. R.. C. Fresh, 'Pure Food Groceries is.

.i". -,, i Col.J.C.Horsier Principal Oxford N.C. :,Foe*aale *by' .:CWpfcy .HdW. tCo., Horne; it's better than" I Jaip.a; \ .Lac my s'pecialty.-W. \V!,'Harvey.'

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- W'Vn 1- i Dr. O. B. Tiller of Campbellton -

wrt a. ] Personal. IT and Dr. J. B. Tiller of Pensa- ]
+$; cola, passed through town Fri-

A. Sessoms'. of'Bonifay,, spent i day enroute to their homes ,from Yes, they
Pinelog where they had been attending -
Tuesday in the city. every day- fd
..their father, who died .
A. D. May was one of the,visit- Wednesday night. Weeds ;
ors in town Saturday quitoes :
4' /Prof. A. C. Palmer, whois now 'weeds. : .
Mrs. Ethel Coleman visited De teaching at Duncan, was in town l' ate / I

Funiak one day last week. Saturday circulating among his What a i

.; E. M. Pender visited at Greenwood -/I friends. The Professor says the ould.be if

''_ a day Qr two last week. school at Duncan is opening up o the ;

J. E. Minchin spent a portion! splendidly; they now have eighty The
} enrolled, and a prospect of quite ng meeting. _
of last week at points on the bay. .
number work in the
more. I
,' W. A.Sessoms and wife of BOn- T .. ,

ifay,' were shopping here Mon ART RECEPTION.: If you -

<;. day. Invitation to the 'Public: ington published in' : .

,i' W, T. Home and wife of Wau- The Art Class of 19lJnvites; Qutite
sau: were,visitors, in town Satur- the general public to call at the a -
< county
day. "THE PALMS "
to The
; J." T. Britt spent several days I The residence of Mr. & Mrs. C. last week.

this and last week ,at Panama E. Pleas, on Indiana Ave.,'Chip- -
City.; ley, Fla., Read the ;
fet,' WEDNESDAY EVENING,'SEPT. 6xn the Gulfport
R. F. Scarlett and family left
between the hours of 7:30 and 10 Chipley cow ]
Saturday tor an outing at St. An- : kle Co's.
o'clock, to view accomplished -
x drews. by the class during the A kind

. '1". A. Dekle and wife of Camp- season. so little and

bellton were visitors here Monday THE CLASS: in this world ,

'w' morning: Miss Florida Hard ing, there is not

:S : W. C.' Lockey was up from the (. Miss Alta Davis, > Your

county site and spent Ihe; ,day Miss Bertha ,Daniel I the.advertis
:* Mrs. Ethel Coleman,
here Sunday. Ennis
Miss Flora Campbell
b'' Misses Helen and Rena Bond clusive

'are sacola visiting this week.with friends in Pen- Mrs.Miss C.Nella B. Dunn Wells.,. From all ; ; : ..

candidates in
Miss Lizzie. Mack of Wewa- the largest
' bitcbka, is tbe guest of- -Mrs.- Van da.'linr; the'.
"t :; ,
: : ,
'In a few weeks the Chiplcy i i
Campbell this week. ,
High School will open its doors
: A. D. Campbell returned Sat and bid the children.come. This Our -

urday night trom a three days school, which is the best in Washington for a.brjsk-f
uE trip to Apalacbicola. county, is prepared to give ton buyers -

'' Miss CalHe-Hentz of Marianna pupils thorough training in all the highest

,'. was'here a few eays last ,week, the grades. The faculty is as cotton..
i: the guest of friends. good, or better than ever before. F. B..
Our city is social advantages 'E. M. F." ,
pleasant, -
of ]
J. B. Farrior Clayton, Ala., '
first-class and a high a car load of lt'n
visited with his .brothers here
several days last week. moral atmosphere prevails. The [The E. :M. F. _
opportunities to pupils i is!:! offered I machine here. .
Miss Mary Farley of Marian freely,'and it is theirs to accept *
r The
na, was the guest] of friends here: with totit. Get ready to start
I Chipley
a day or two last week.E. with the opening day. Friday

M. Pender and wife left Suppose all the kickers on good night and : :: : !!!!
Q Tuesday for an outing at Panama roads do a little practical hard ternoon. i\\,
sympathy.The .7.
City and St. Andrew.
thinking as they'pJow and slop I 'f'
Miss Sallie McLean 'of Pensa through the country roads dur- t

T'; cola, came in Friday tor a. visit ing this rainy spell, and.figure the I specialty of (0m
with Miss Mary McLean. difference in cost of a trifle in tax but are ifj

and the time and tear and Eecuring
Editor Wilson)
of the Verdict, ington t
irritation and "where .
"' f and family left ,Saturday for a see they ceeding, too.Remains .
short outing at St. Andrew. are at." And it not converged, I a/
let them take trip over the road
Misses Anis .Horne and Eva from Chipley to Vernon and let built by ) 'N

Alford visited with friends at the hard,demonstrated facts find aided so ; :: ." ,-1J
in Marianna one day-last week.J. a lodgement. down among the proud ?

W. Lurton of Pensacola, D. gray matter. still to be s
two thousand
P. A.of the N. & N. railroad, was Uncle Crayton Tiller: father of the wifi 'is IJ ; I

in town Monday on business. our townsman. Dr. R. Tiller, and
I ..
J.,H. Porter of Vernon;'passed who was known to most of our

through town' Friday enroute older citizens, died at his home I

home from a trip to points West. on Pinelog Wednesday .night of "" ';
last week after short illness.
Mrs. Amanda Bryan and chil- a 1 '
Sympathy extended :
dren of Round Lake, are visiting the .be-. :
reaved family.
b her parents, Rev.and.Mrs. W.A. .., .IT I
':' Bryan here this week. The regular examination of applicants -

: Miss Zudie Butler who has tor certificates as teach- i :
ers for Washington will .
county '
rr been visiting her cousin, Mrs. J.
D. Camobell for several weeks, be held in the court' bouse,at Vernon I i

left for her Louisiana home this commencing next Tuesday ;
; week. morning at 8 o'clock. The examination :
-- will continue five days
/ W.A. McQuagge, who has been\\ : : : :: :
/ttending the Massey Business A little child of Mr. and Mrs. .
Shivers recent residents of ;
t- /College at Montgomery, for the Chip-
I ley died Wednesday night and
.. past three months, returned ;
was carried to Pensacola for
; I home Friday.D. y '
burrial Thursday.,
/ D. Davis and family left ". ; .,,
If all hears is
/ one true concerning -
burs ay after/icon, via automobile (
the B. C. & St. A. railroad : ;
r for Panama City, where they
;' I will spend a few weeks at their feel sure the work of extendingthe ':,: # .; ; "
-; I summer home. road on to the bay will be under -
ti4 way within the next 60 days.

Mrs. N., L,. Blocker, representing .. .. ,, "J : )
the Brenau Colic Conservatory .
,1' 5 or 6 doses of "666" will cureany :,"' I c. -
t, of Gainesville, Ga..was here a cue of Chills aQ .Fever.. Price 25c. ;
day or two last week in the interest ; .
There is only one best place to
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of that popular institution. ,ri ", rJ
get cow feed and that is at Campbell j I
L Mrs. C. S. Mountien passed & Dekle Co's. !'
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through town Monday enroute FOR SALE.-About 60 stands of :. :.
from Vernon, where she had ;'.IHH"J"J : f '
!V Italian Bees, iq patent hives;
been visiting relatives, to her
j'X": home at, Ashford, Ala. She ''was cheap for cash or will trade for .rl-l .1. ..

accompanied by her sister, Mrs. cows heifers or native ewes.-C. .. ,
R. L.' Brooks.. E. PLEAS, Chipley Fla.
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