The Chipley banner
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Title: The Chipley banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: C. Tharp & Co.
Place of Publication: Chipley Washington County Fla
Creation Date: October 5, 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
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Succeeded by: Washington County news (Chipley, Fla.)

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t .w;\ We mean by' quality something' I a little better 'than. .Corset.. .,' Covers.. -.. '" ,-, "i '

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about it is sell about and in instances / 'tlndervests'V;: 1
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WE DO ': { N 11it.rcCSua e for Collector. NOTICE. Attention I Confederate Veteran. DR. R. E. TILLER; ./1

. .t..P..t :No, 2yBonifay 4 Notice, hereby given thatJbe Chipley, FlaV Sept. 3011., DENTAL SURGEON, ;1
BILL p'LETI': .R' Editor Danner.Ibye Democratic Executive' Committee Headquarters'Carnp

HEAD 'R' BEAD heard"names: ,:"mentioned t of Washington county, will McMillan, No.' 217. Chipley. -. Florida.Office ., ...p. ...,
.. Corals the'offices:to"be:fihed'aext meet at the court house in Vernon Comrades: over First Natl Bank. ,'" .:

( NOTE I ENVELOPES" year,:except'tdatof ,ru; Collecter Fla., at noon on Thursday You are hereby commanded,
1 HEADS BUSINESS so 'I now recommend and October 12,19ll,.for the purpose meet'at Boyanton; 'Landing the IR/V/ A.':HUTCHISON ,
STATEMENTS. N CARDS nominate -Arch: G McQuaffge of recommeo'i.n. ;'a:fit person for Choctavyhatchee on the 16tb ,
CIRCULA )'AMPHLETS Chipley, general manager of the appointment as Supervisor' of of October in annual encamp- Attorney at .Law. t

MILL 'f 'OMM18SAB.Y .Uunn-Colenjan: .Co.,,for that important. Registration of Washington county ment. Thursday the 19th' will Office at Vernon Kla. .
t OHEQI1 place, ,.Nlr., McQuaggeis ,"to,fill the vacancy caused by be our camp picnic day! and everybody .. r CHECKS "
I 1 r <": .. I I a progtes!tveopttg"'inaa andtboroughly the death,of' the late Hon. John is invited to come and Will practice in Circuit Courts of a1. .',:
RECEIPTS N DRAFTS competent to fill the W...'Gainerand, to transact such bring well filled baskets on that. Florida. and the Federal Courts.-. ,"
WEDDING VISITING place of tax collector and the other'business as; may properly day. .> .
INVITATIONS, G 'CABDtJ'IO people 'of ">Washington county come before the Committee. Judge Daniel Campbell of] De- DR. T. U. YATES, r

,wpu4 do: vqtll' ,,'fo "nominate and AU com mittee men are urgently. Funiak, has been invited to ,ad- With TWENTY YEARS' : '
I' ORDER elect him is the' opinion of a requested'to attend. dress the Camp, and the Hon<.: L. EXPERIENCE as an I..

rri'i" l yoterinPreclnctNo.il.. '. W...C.'LOKEY, Cbr'm., D. McRae of Chipley will' also. EYE SPECIALIST, r,1. ..
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I. O. O. P. NOTICE. I J. II.- CBBSTNUT, Sec t'y. WILL BK: A.T.. ': ,
5 or''6 *of; "666"" will sure ., .. By order. Dr. Wilson's Office. '1\h
Until further notice Chipley: any S. M.. ROBERTSON, Com'dt! $.' .
Lodge No. 56, I. O. O.. .F.:> will case ot Chill and Fevers Price 25c: -' .s'or'6 doM*9f 666" w ur cure any J.-A. MA.THIAS, Adjt j ,. IN CHIF I.BY, ." "
meet at 7:00 p. .m.. each 'Monday, Punn.Coleman) po's isle: place caae.of. Chills and Fever. Price 25c. -.- ,....---..-.-- From ELEVEN to SIX o'o .ck .. !'" /
First Each Month.
evening: .* : .to'buY your Hard ware. See.them Kentucky Delight Stoves and Get you a half doien' pair 'o'f Tuesday
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By order > Examinations: FREE
C. A. HELTON, N. G. they guarantee every transaction: all kinds'of Ranges at Dunn-Cole- socks and a $1,000acddegt:; policy My' Pen acola office la Room No 410
S. B. JUDSON, Secv. 'mast,,be satisfactory: *: man Co'a.v from Campbell & Dekle Co. KlounlBiilldlnjrg .

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THE BANKER t "Mr. Satofer On Good Raids fRepresentative1 :

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At CbIPLe"WL.TSA 'Ion the utility rood road's, said: \to". ."" ..... '. .. Iff" '.;;.

W. JIONBBntorad _. Bdlt. "Good roads. mean progress! Are V.o".Ready .- .,

at the poatofllca at Chlptor.d .P1*.. as and prosperity; a benefit to the ''a...s.4I' ) :1e4... : easlt..?.d"-.1 ., ., '\,'.. .., ... .. .. .I I

dm mall mattar. people who-live in town, an. advantage ".,._ r -.,,,_ : __. c+...,__ ......'.,. ._....... ..,..... ._... _. .. .. .._....,._"'.. .,", ,.;,, I

1 SUBSCRIPTION BARKS: : to the people who live in ':
otac TEAB...1.00 the country, and they will help r .... ... .,

THBEE s1IYOaTHMOTH.80 MOHTHB,.... .88 .every section of our vast domain.' "l that EalB it : '
'Good roads make every habitation n.e'Y rf !
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(-Communication on Jive toprcs, '"Specially they enb-ance.tbe value of farmlands e h $ .p ; ,
of local Interest are sol(cited. It facilitate < :' ,
transportation, .
Is understood, however thai the publish- a >> .....f '
of :THE BARBKB will not be responsible and add untold wealth to the- >ro- ; a It' '
for opinions expressed by correspondents. Ba oar of Shoes? ,,
ducers and consumers of the a new pair '. ,
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TTB BANNBB wants lire represent** country. They are. the mile- -*' "" \ ,".
live and correspondent at postpfflce
every .
In the county and will make liberal. arrangements stones marking the advance of "
with the rUrt parties) : Come4a ]let pus show "
civilization; they economize time, ail, ,
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\ give labor a life, and make millions t. V l
: THUI9BDA.Y. Oct.r 1911.WfUSfU. "" .

sue': : -' a mild tear in money.and worry They and save waste wear; .dl. tw71'>'_ d ..you ).Vttr W* (, b'N'm 1.w' f.c4g; (! -,, ', .

they beautify the country and

I ..'-. .-- .M .rLri(! it in touch with the town. *tNdy ;*!I'I* Sitft: jdti ii't.qu tity d1pri ."

They aid the social, the religious, .. "
r Misses Jane Tiller and Jessi \ the educational and the industrial ", \ f \. i' -

Johns made a business, trip, ,to n" .
progress of the people; they it anv"1.one..in )wn.p. .
:. Chiplev Tuesday. make better homes and happier tJ j..JJ"'.. 1 e d..tU'{w., J" .f fU .; .

e '. Washington Rogers of the T hearthsides. They are the avenues 1 11yi :tltt141E 1St. hid: Lj., ,\ :.*c' :Kt{ r .t\ .' '7 ; '.. 1 ; ,. "I", ', r' .;,
of .
Deadning community trading trade the highways of

the mail routes of in- i .. .
in town Saturday. commerce, : ', .. ,
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formation and the of
t Uncle Ben made his usual '''trip epee communication. They Campbell & Deka! ,. Company

\ to Vernon Saturday, to attend to mean the economical transportation -
the affairs of his office.
of marketable products--the .

The weather continue'dry and ..maximum' burden at the mini- .
I hot and the'farmers 'are hating mum cost. They are the ligaments ----------

'an ideal time to gather crops. that bind the country together One Way Out. W. A. McBAB.: D..W. McLKOD: 3. A. OBMOND,

\ in thrift industry, intelligence 'Pr ,14ent. Vice-President. Sec'ty.-Treat
.. John Walsinghatn .III. now of 1& r1.\f: q} .
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arid' patriotism. They A Reident of' Ip

'., 'Southport here with ,his spent parents several last week.days promote social intercourse,. pre- .,<,..... '...'J.bealdas"iL Jb ....... aRrL4 Lat'Tfl1e( &'Trust"d .

< .', yent intellectual stagnation, and Only one way to cure a bad back. 1 I -, f
The aged Mrs.: W. B.: Jones has increase the happiness and pros- Liniment and plaster may relieve It;I I OP -
They..won't cure lt._.. .? ...._.. i
been very"sick"at her home westof perityof the producing masses. .
Backache means aick kidney
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town for the//past wectf or ten They encourage energy and husbandry Doan's:ICM'tpllli are for bad a,\ ,PI a. I

\ days, but we are glad to note that inculcate love for scenic kidney., ,
she is a little improved at this. beauty, and make mankind better ChlpUy'people back them. 'up. P1 ., ton improved farms in any amountsabove

,- .time. .and greater. Read. a:'case. of It. jaCiRo.a $50O ,oa; |on.y f rms. at low rates of Interest. .
Mr. M. A. DavU. ala.-Cblp'
'. The W.:O. .W. boys are putting this"One country of the, especially crying needs in the In ley Fla, says- ....Lcoa.14.U pleasure .,and.httltl.cala fti*l j>4 +fn nf*. Calf and make.yourapp&a

to again' recommend P D4, *'I4- .f 'faH'loans.XA.OKMOND, .
forth their best efforts to South and West, is better road' w..b' or I'
ney PHI* tn public, way, I think I
make the ice cream sU'P4pton the The establishment of good roads just aa Mgbly.oftMa'iein d,. now'm* t .
evening of the 6th inst. a success would in a great' measure, solve did three year. agrl' 'fter'W 'cWrf me Manager, i I

We are informed that 'the j new the question of the high price of for'I haw had little of BO kidney trouble MARIANNA, FLA. !
Methodist aburch will bt' used since. I was in pool health' i 1I1" :
the necessities of life and the increasing :
for the occasion and a good time while,, and. seemed,, to ;be .arrowing! :
cost of which isbeginning
is being anticipated.J. living- worse :My.nerTea.were, alt unatrung h.'r4'rt {National Bank I'
to make lite a strugglefor and I rested so poorly that'when:! got
C. Cronder of,this,place died existence. By reducing the up in the 'morning tVai' lift Ured1 outs OF P k8XCOJ..a..I. # .. .. '
cost of transportation it would :My appetite was poor-and't Walway*
at his son-in-law's An- .
or near elt languid. -My ubtee>tfi.aUy l$.alt lotto I .pq.ttI$' the tJaU.d Btaee _
enable the farmer to market his
drew Walsh gham about two --
procured.a,hox otPoaa'JCI4ryey Pills '
miles south of town very suddenly produce' at a tower price and at a at,IcGeachy & .Co'*..drug store aad I Qtdsait'Ilsxd'UtLIQ'.t BsvnJc.l i-Mr. .t .Florida.. ,
about o'clock. Saturday. His larger profit at the same time. It belran'u.lnlr' this 'remedy.' Tbd contents Q7lataalssaz 10. leeo.Capital
would bring communities closer of the* first'boY: did mo much good,' \
death was not unexpected as he HaWMRgp RoIlArs.,
I continued Its use and before tent was
and in touch with the centers of
had been in failing health the .
I Ys.rplua and&Undivlded Profit., S>tooooo.IsttrMt ,
.in better health than bad enjoyed tor.
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heart population, thereby facilitatingthe L :
past six months with dis years. I feel that: I.owe_ much,to poan's '. tM to fat lpi AefsrlSHwt at ilatE .! 4 per.cent per Annwn,.
of ideals
ease. He has been in the crosstie commerce as well as Kidney Pills. ,

and log business! here the past of.material products. :.' For sale by --all dealer*. 'price SO I, ..'sPI-iat, Notlonol Bonk

three years. He could be commended Good.roads mean more 'culti cents. Foster-Mllbura iC* <>.Buffalo j' 'O*>' Pa1N/ACOIA.. :f
New York, sole.ageota for .b- United ... .
for his quiet sober and vated farads and cheaper food \ M.. I.Jt+.....:. ......:._.: W.S. Kart...V\o&.Pr
products for the toilers; bad States. w.J.JI'o q, L 4aabJp... Tao Seas AMU Caahkr. W. N. Rosat, _a,,.Cmhk.
industrious habits. Hilt remainswere ._Remember_ the _name....-_.Ooan'a.__ =_-and, 1Ir.-.C..,...... W. A.aao..... W.a I_. Wm. H. Enowlea. .',WI,Hrea.
laid to rest in Moss Hill roads mean poor transportation' take no other.There -.z. : "' \ Wi It***** mmntm Mm. Tkwr..W...... f

lack of communication, high Prices ... ."?O ." < .. i.-.t; _. ,., __ _
cemetery Sunday.afternoon. He .' ..tno' M -e'_ .;.,. ...... .'I.. ... -=3.:;;; "" "
leaves a wife and oneln ant child for the necessaries of life and college of Agriculture
is best to
only one place
to his demise, who have the loss of untold millions ot
mourn wealth. get cow feed and that is at Campbell University of Florid

our sympathy.. -,. 1 ," "Good roads will help those & Dekl :*CQ'.. 'A, I I- !.raD" .Atf'Wilture, A ,4.yea ran :
f : l. : ;J' #: I gae1,;.r* :)-Jtar",'couratil'4 ltyear
who cultivate the' soil and feed
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SEXTON. p3d courme; courfctf rI Week
WANTED. <:ash baby
the multitude and whatever aids
,, Farmer'. course; 14 oorreapoodeoce
:, John Scott left for a trip to the the farmers of our country will Alligators and unhatched eggs. cpfirses. A course for every need. You "

.. .. Bay Saturday. increase o wealth and benefit Cinjusj,abtiH tJlCO.-HCi 1. PtsAKCbipley lid ei&A&Uin enough to eater one ofthese ,. -'.

all the people. We cannot de- Fla. coUne. Flpd out which one by To exterminate Begs 1, Ro.es. .
M. Blue transacted business at .
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our.farmswithout decay Moths Ants "-Jfttosquitq
Chipley Monday. stroy ; Jo.t.J: '6RNON ,
They'are today the heart of, our Dr. T. L. Bennett, Osteopath, College of Agriculture Gainesville, Flies, Fleas, Spidws. .and,1 i|
John,Pettis is digging a well notional life, and the chief source Pensacoli, *will)fee' iitu'Cfciptot (} ".11"i 't Ta141 17'- (,n Free. class of vermin. To 1fllt and j.

for Wes Syfrett. of dur material greatness. every Sunday, beginning Sunday vent Fleas, Lice aMJMitesi

,'. C..G. caller at W. "The September;,24 tb.,i(OfficeaJt Chip ti
., 3jppin; was a far-signiecl wisdom of C1TM4RKET fowls. Tb kill and; p went Tic,

M. Miller's Sunday.. Julius Caesar built )be magnificent ley" Hotel.. Fleas Lice and Fll.-, oaanim. ..
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V. t D. E. Pippin went to Cbipley road thai lead in, all direct To prevent the |of Co,. ,
0'1 business Saturday. .J ona to eternal Rome. The great FOR SALE.-About f5O stands gious Diseases. '.. isID t : :

Napoleon built the, roads o?* Italian bee ,niar.[ '.>pttla! fer*..; Stables and Fowl| uses. 0 : _
:. Tom Clemons was a caller at France that center in Paris, and cheap for cash, or will trade for We are still in the meat busiflM insure yourself peJB&thealt] .!'I'm''

W. M. Miller's tew days ago. these roadiihave: 'done more1 than cbws 6eifeitiilb' >vets+-4 J in tM fittle building next toJ&lra. I Fenole will not nspre or: (ra '

Jessie Roberson and Alton.;jla- any other single agency to encourage E. :PEASChipley; : Fla. & S. A. Cook's new store, and the finest or moatfttelicate' K.rics. .'.

vis went to Wausau Tuesday. 'the thrift and increasethe JItt\\_ !> H.' II. ] ,ViH fca rtcJ!_,
: Geo. Goodson went to J. M. industry and insure the con- FOR SALE.40 acres of land 3" keep everything good toe Fenole will not po''W"housej9or .
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Hodsin's near Duncan Thursday tentmenVof the people of Francs miles from VJrn6fttitn1are! W ) tI1pIJ'ork Sausage.Fish chickens. '
f able takes it. This is good ,etc.,and when get these
"Caesar and Napoleon were a opptirtunity -, you Fenole.is u.ed.w b.a'8prr. :.
.' The Griffin Lumber Co., is dong : the great road builders of ancient ,ta get y6tt.hditvei Apt. ,\airpQjifptJQU are assured Quarts 75c. : !,
considerable business these ply at Banner office. of the best.Prompt rayerskNot : .
and modern times
and their
Gallon, $2.50.: ;,
":i\ days. /r .. foresight and, their judgmentemoastred Service; and Free De- .- '
the Cheapest :
:';;;r'J, M., D, Pippin and famlly vitit- the ,,ben fica1.,re.- ii1Jdj[ PARRIOB livery.

,;',:.,: ;ed C. G. Pippin's Sunday after- suits that follow as night the day, 'Phone No. 135. y l
.noon. the construction,of good highways DEINTISTT. liiii: : '
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.". Crown and Bridge Work a.Specialty.ALL r .
Prof. Angus. May is making You know Studebaker wagons "
frequents a 0_the post office Dunn-Coleman Co. have Wire, WORK GUARANTEED.Chipley are'tnVb' st wagons made. Buy Tamp, ". .I,'/: '.

,. t 11 ese days. Fencing of,all kinds. / RoB.O For .
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PREss A N':8'T: cTIViC'e I '" S RC.t_ R" 'f ABBOTSFORDt1 ," / la "TH. CRANE 'aRoKi:. 0 ,* W G
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I. : dJ I > I the Centenary oft Scott. Ert- An ,
t1 accident
Somefimee, iWsuspetiai the .hlajijla. ... 'Into Ptfaaeaafon! astounding occurred ,t/ /
vertiser outruns himself. A coupleof Famoua Eatate. Buckie,. Banffshire, Scotland, a .

months ago one found a statement 'few days ago. A thirty ton steam .

largely copied in newspapera that it This is a notable year in the his I crane, which had been used at the /I .

was'practically impossible to book a tory of Abbotsford, for it is the centenary (harbor extension works, waa swinging .

passage on any of the Atlantic liners of Sir Walter Scott's -entry''',J' a fifteen-ton block of concrete '.

from America up to the second week i into-possession the lands ever: afterward into position when it collapsed owing i

in June, the rush was" so tremendous closely associated with his I' to the pivot pinion wheel break- .PRI TING

from tho states to London. And now name, On May-J.2, 1811, he' wrote 'jng. The jib waa smashed, and'ihe

one" finds the pathetic ,confession of to his, publisher, James Ballan"tyre"that crane disappeared into the sea, engine :bbl I. V

., c.n eminent Liverpool agent that, so he had "resolved to purchase apiece and all. The engine driver saved
far this season promises not to be of.ground sufficient for a'1 cot. himself by jumping, and the divers' .I ci'.... t

so good as the lastwhenEngland HaV and a few fields That first boat, with its crew of eight, ''!,; ,. "'10,01/,,. I...., I

was in mourning. For as everybody purchase, which cost .!4,000, was a floating alongside, had a narrow escape r'\lf Creates a good inipres-

was assured that; all the ships would wretched farm by the riverside, the both from the falling mass and S : '1i \ V" ,sionnn: $ &

% be full, the; ships have room and to house says Lockhart, "small and from-swamping, .by. the ware sent up. :, \; : ,1 }among your correspondents : ,.., 1

spare. There is a moral in this for poor, with a common kailyard on one ,, ': THE HIGHER AIM. c'.., and helps .

the advertiser who puts too much flank and a staring barn on the other } ;

embroidery on his honest statement. while in front appeared a filthy -'As custom has given so large a ,. '. a ,,. ,., give your business. i-

., J : ,< pond covered; with ducks and' duck- proportion of wandering good things c..... 't\.prestige.: (::'1.40 ,

JICE,. 'IN" 'PE SA. Weed, from which the whole tene- to', haries Lamb it would seem to be ,' ; /' :
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.. ment had derived the unharmonious id'good: order to credit him with the ,\tiI't.' .II."r I
ice'is plentiful l" *
V 'V The fact that and '
designation of Qlarty Hole. appended bit of whimsical wisdom <'I". ,> \' ,

)...cheap makes living 'in Persia inure Scott spent 50,000 in extending which certainly bears the earmarksrf (\i10 ',.

pleasant than it,,would ,otherwjse be, :and beautifying .the estate, and i ills "Eli a." although St. James Budget

and the fact that it can' be T obtainedat ) j\hl}QJsfprd, amid the music sp de- t, from which it is quoted ,does not .. We Do Neat PrintingAt

,. all is indicative of the ingenuity licious to his ear, "the gentle rippleof vouch for its authenticity : :... t...
"' of the people of theucountry(1,'The the Tweed its he" t
over pebbles, Some one, it is said, complained Reasonable Prices.

ground' is so porous; that water per breathed his last on the sunny afternoon -';' to him that a certain 'writer "con- .

,colates through quickly.'i There are of September 21, 1832. i I stantly aimed at wit." : I :

therefore few rivers or lakes frohi J'' .. .,....... ".", ... .
"At Lamb :
anyrate, returned, I""

which ice can be obtained, and it is EASILY UNDERSTANDABLE.On i.. "that'Js.better than aiming at dull. \11\' ., ,.. t ',. ;. '
seldom so cold in any part of Persia ; "' i '.: '
nt'ss. f( ;
that ice of a thickness suitable for the occasionof the annual en i < 4 Give us.rour next order

packing would form under thedirectrays campment of a western militia, one .
You ara not experimenting on yourself and
of the soldiers who lived wevwill; give you perfect -
of the sun. The Persian obtains a clerk when you take Chamberlain's Cough Rem ,

his ice by making _a shallow well at home, was experiencing much edv for a cold a. that preparation bat Woo '.: : '
pool and building high wall which difficulty in disposing- of his rations. Its great reputation and extensive sale by

t- 'from the"ian"'tAtthin' A fellow,sufferer nearby wac watch its remarkable,cure or colds, and can always making you one of our a
layer be depended upon. It U equally valuable ., ; ,
of ice will forrn; thiijhe floods'at ing1:: with no little amusement the I'I .r"' ,
(or adults and children and may begiven regular I customers.
night with water! and so he ;goes ,first. 'soldier's! :' attempts to Fletcher- to young children-with Implicit oon- .

on adding inch to inch until he can ii.e a piece of meat. "Any trouble; fldellce'a. It contain no,.harmful drug. .. '': ,"..JII.5', 1 ";t 'It' W .. ..,.

cut a block of considerable.thckness.! Tom; ?:'I,asked the second soldier sarcastically. Sold by All Dealers. ',",' ,''"'''.. ,'it,

"None in particular, ,

AVERTS AWFUL! TRAGEDY. was the'response.. Then, after a sullen PLENTY OF TALK .' .. !I : .

" ,, Timely advice given Mrs. C., Willoughby survey of the bit of beef he held :Miss Nellie Revell THECHIPLEY! (
Percy "
says z
ofMarengo, Wig., prevented a dreadful in his hand, the amateur fighter observed -
Williams was standing in front of
tragedy and saved two llve Doctor had : "Bill, I now :fully realize \ ,
said her frightful cough was consumption what when one of his theaters the other night
people mean they speak
cough aid could ,do little to peril her. After !. when the show was over and the audience BANNER
of the sinews of warLippincott's.lalllJousnese ..
:remedies had failed, her aunt
many urged-- was coming out, says the New ,
beg to take f>r. Klng'jg .New"Discovery. I
York His
Morning Telegraph. motor
have cten using It florae\time; she wrote, .la due'to a disordered condl "
and the awful oouh( J js airnoet (jone..\,It at| lion of the ,s& ma.Oh. :Chamberlain's Tab- was at the'curb. A performerwho
,. so saved my little boy when* taken with a. cts are essentially stomach medicine, Intended was on the bill approached him, Chipley Fla.

severe bronchi trouble.: This matchless eapeoeally to act on that organ;, to thinking :Mr. Williams had just arrived -
: medicine bas no squat for throat and lung cleanse it,to regulate the liver and to ban. in the machine. I x1 iI\/
troubles. 1",Ice Wo and 91. Trial betties lab bllllouaueaa pofitlvely and eflectually.: "
free. Guaranteed by 8: E McGeachy, For sale by All Peolera. "Sorry .you weren't at the show,

the. performer said.
"Why asked Mr. Williams.

: "To see how the audience enjoyed York
Horner Military School The NeW World, We promptly' obtain U.H. and Foreflfll
my act. They're all talking about it
Thrlce'a-week Eedition.
.. 1851 .1909. even now, as they're coming out. ,
I Oxford North Carolina :o:-
I' Mr. Williams flecked the ashes
ClassicalScleiitlfloandEngllHh: :Prepares forCol- The Thrlce-a week World hopes to be
f lee, University or government Academies. Military from his'cigar.. "If you could havebeen
training develops prompt obedience and manly carriage. la 1003 a bettor paper than It ha$ ovor
Academy 68 years old,with experienced teachers. Cadets in the box with me tonight, aa been before and It has mado Its! Mend model',sketch, or phul.6 oj luvledon, for
dine with the principal and Indies of his family, securing, arrangements rereport;on ralentablllty. >'nr free book >
thacultu-e of homellfo. Cultivates and educates. Modern well as on the stage," ,he replied, aceordlO ly. Its news scrvico covers How&oBooIJro' RADf..'JlRKS w'o

i lleatmoralfr ImlMuiks, mentAI rflctsanltatlonwholesome,- bJ'BIca1 and social fare training.no crowding.Shady.. "you'd have heard the audience talk the entire globe, and It'reports everything Patents and .
I I lawn, athletlo park, one quarter mile running track 800 ing all'through your act, too." ; fully, promptly'and accurately. It I
acrea. Ideal climate, helpful environment In the social Is the only paper, not a dally, which Is as
c 1 atraoHpbere of reined Christian,people* The town. noted MB *H B HMaHMBl Mee >BI O
J 'r over%century as an educational centre.' good as a daily( and which will Keep YOU
4r> Catalogues ready for distributing Lame back U one of the most common as completely Informed of What U hap
f IIORNEH MILITARY SCHOOL form of muscular rheumatism. A few application enlnff throughout the world. Opposite U. S. Patent Office*
_....... J. C.Homer,Principal Oxford.N. C.' ot Chamberlain's Liniment will TheThrlce-a week World Is fair In Its WASHINGTON D. C. J

give; relief. Fer sale byAII Dealers.INCIDENTALS. political reports. You can get the truth i

from Its columns, whether you are a. lle-

publican or Democrat, and tbat ls what
WobL1$2.Q !
___ you want.A ; I

Shopper-What do you mean by apeolal feature of the Thrlce-a-weck

such items in your.bill as "One hand Word' } has always been Its, serial' (fiction L )
tpubllshes novels by the best authors
ful of raisins ten lumps of
II ; sugar; the world.novell \vlilca In boots: form ll
threejpocketfula of almonds?" for 91.SO apiece, and its high standard In

Grocer-It means, madam, that this respect will be maintained lu the future $254 l

people who bring their children with as In the past 5t! R
The Thrlce-a.-week World's rpgular' s .trtk r
them when they come shopping must ts.
subscription price Is only liMO per year

Jake, the" consequences. and this pays! for 150 papers. We offer
I this unequalled newspaper and The Bin
FORGOT. er together for one' year for 11.61. The )

regular subscription price of tuo! two. pa.pers ''Sys
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Willie :
--Say, pa you ought to see Is(3.00. A
Eatablmhcd in 1694. Tna aim of the school fa clearly Mt forth by Its N, \
ftJT"Thorough hiHtructlon under, poslthrely ChrUtian Influences at the lowest the men across the street. raise a -
IVHJ I 1 U: poMible coat.
Thecnoof established by the Methodbtt Church,not to make money, but to fnvntah building on jacks. .5 V ,, GO YCARS'
a place whore girls can be given thorough training In body mind, and bear at s moderate EXPERIENCB
coat The object has been ro fully carried out that aa a- .Pa (absently)-Impossible, W5I
It is I to-day with its faculty of K. Its boarding patronage of 900.and Its lie. You on jacks Liuan (
KtOUL.1 : and worth can open ,
building STOund 1140.000TiE
LEADING TRAINING SCHOOL'FOR GIRLS IN VIRGINIA. is a fool to try to rain oil C1";' ,
-t rj f\ ,pay all chararea for the year. Includlnr the table board, room Uihta, *team tr-I mean it must 1.'at' .
TS I 2311 beat Uundrr.wr.dlcat.ttentlon,physical enHore.and tuition In all nbjeeta *Pnrk. "SUPERIOR TO OTH 'R tdAKL ..
r except music and elocution._,Apply for catalogue and application blank to, "l rfc a si ht.- :..__. ; "I. have worn W. L. Jouj ,..- 1hs..IS. .
JAMES Vs.Neat TRADE MA KDESIGNS past "la .sr..n l .Iwan lit il tn .
REV. CANNON JR., M.A,Principal Blaeluteae. < .
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Beat Form of GUnlu .- superior bail other lnjli; It.' 'If ,

,' > : There ia no genius In life like the COPYRIGHTS" &c. comfort.. and. durability..UQojow.r..Ac"W. 0..1-. U._"t..... "Nif'i
Anyone sending: nkelrh and description ma ouJd' fake .
genius; of energy and Industry. quickly. iiaAertnlii one optnlon I fr ee whether oInTeiitlon &: you int. Jr., ., itltcnall. tlonxtrlatlf, I a ero6ehtypdrrate.4:: : : : lories at Brockto.i, M..*.., t:'h *Z>0;' t
"' how ,W. L $ \V .. .. ,
sent rrea. OMont a miry for Heourlng patents.' carefully OougW > 'i '
PrintingCreates Patents taken. without DiniUKh. charge Mona: the* On. r.eeiv..peealswtke made,you would realize!!, v';w tthair ;':r.' 'v': t
IT'S EQUAL DON'T EXI T. & shape, fit better, >vo<.,- i I.**.:,a.a ", t J

'' :No one baa ever made a salve, ointment Scientific Jlmericmt.Abandioinely :are. of greater value than uni om,..r 1111 .
f..l .
.. a good- impression ortfclm to compare with Bucklln'a ArnicaSalve illustrated '11..1<1.. Tamot clr- (: .Al.'S-a..tll..Wl.tJcol\itaini,.e.r on the iKMtuin. 'I,..;. 1.. ..ur.;.'. .ri
1 t'"the ODe perfect healer oi out. smitten ut any milenuUn.,tL Sulu lonrnul.by all Tiewndealenb Term S3 a Si"etar you:dealer/..t..IH'r.1.u.u,..tnt.yo...'.i xty\t': I,, si....11' .a.I:n ,, ..I
!(tl" burn bruises scalds bolls, M 'Nrr&rC 0,... ,
among tour correspondents oorna, sores, .a013tcsdwey New York
ulcers, eczema,salt rheum. For lOre eyes, Branch Oilice' CSS F 8t.Waihlnutoo,I>.O.:

.. W ;; 'ntiid helps tQ.giv your: bus.'t j cold aorea, Unrivaled, chapped lor band pile.or sprains Try It;Its only supreme CURTIS L. JONES.

I 26o at tt E MoGoachy. ,.,.
I iness prestige. R. F. SCARLETT, Notary Public. State at Large. .

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'Vc do Neat Printing Notary Public. \
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l. i t i .t-' Attorney mt La'W. .any bare'will have" my prompt

at Reasonable r Prices.. atleffks eve Cups l y Slit ..... Real Estate Handled. attention. Fees reasonable.., V

: ',. ", Banner Job Office. Carsiatatt.atlasi Ten all Blatter. ntrvat" : Collections a specialty.". Can Jbe found at Post' Office <
to my cars Collection made. : : .

d. f . 0 Agent tot reaponalble time; and fire-tMted laauranc.compaales. ', Wausau Florida -
i ifVi V Office In First National. k.. ,
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H. air,r.' OO YOU., KNOWThat I

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M. E. Church. Sout.h.-Pre..chIDI..r Are Yout: : now I.i the time to bulld.thaijlame.or:-.bua1ne house A
:t L.At U.and Chappelle 3rd Sunday, Pastor.at 11 a. nr an*'8 p< m. you hare been considering The.present business depression T

Sabbath School 10 a. m. W. N. Sheats 0' has reduced the price of lumber-and-buildlng materials} labor qgf
y At .' Superintendent. 'it .' Is cheap.and.plentiful, and yom can.hulM,now,for 25))to SO, per .
Prayer Meeting Thursday nights. cent less than an .
A? Young Men' prayer mooting Tuesday .

night Everybody eonlUHyflnYlted.: A Woman.9: : : S'''. JUNE, 1907 ,QLJ.UNEt,190$. 6>

Baptist Church-Prewchlffl* eT. In* 48 material* ed
and 4th Sunday Rev. BM terp<or. / When you think of.lumtxar-orffonildinfr think of ua -g.
; ; Sabbath School a, m., F. U. Uaw ."I' and the fact.that we have ooaapl tted.'a soodern,up-to-date: mill'B*
Saperlnteneent.Prayer .? work' mill and can famish everytbing.mad of wood-used in .
sr ":', Meeting Wednesday nights. TAKE ..1 ... a building: from sill to comb; and that we can. .', JSvoo
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jpostoffle Dtreet.rv.Officehours7:3Os.m.ttl7OO"h. .' ITrQIlIC.K.. 0

: n.| et $.' Sash Mouldings Flaming Bank'Drug :' 0
cept Sundays. ej! Doors C..lap' Flooring :; '" >.
3rd ast-bound mall closer 16i30aim .'
Blind Baa*. c.1UA& Store;'
4kI .
mall closes at 5:10 .
T West-bound p.m. .
Frames: Finish Siding:. Fixtures.
Mall from Vernon arriveS! at- 10 OK i "I i .,
"' and leaves on arrival of the Last bound Estimates cheerfully. -furnished. Fnl ,.paidto.-your. station -
mall. if desired. .
Sunday hours: 11:30 m:; to'UtSO'' b)rt:,
Money Orders Issued at all hours when : :
\ 1 office la I open except Sundays. I ALYRrANNA:: MANUFACTURING, .. CO.,
f I r t .. 11 ARiATVNA, PL,A. ,e

j,. Oar Clubbing; LI... :JLO"O DI8TA.NCB HOrs B2t. :
,1IA.JlN&B! and Semi-weekly Atlanta
-:. -Journal, per year$1.75. I .' ..........................
BANNBB and"Thrioels-w_k Kent f Tori: .

x ,,> World; per year $1.65._ r
BANNER and Seml'-weekly' TI.e'-Unn The
,, and Citizen. per yew.: $1.60: UNIVERSITY*,OP FLORIDA.GAINESVILLE ,Florida-State-College, ForWomenTALLAIASSEE

NNBaand Home and Farm, per year I ? '

$1.25 A Superior But Inexpensive Inrtitstloa for r CGII.... of Ana and Science Normal School
v Fiorlda.V ou..Mea.- f .. ...
School .x. School of Art. School oi Kxpnaalon. -
School of Howe Economic
i. General Directory.STATE TonicHOW University Four calleiiMr extension.aarlcultuol 46 protuununand experiment station aMiatanta. First dn,eqaipt-1hlOUlI'hout."l'nltlon
Woman's free. OUmr. low. For Information!
expenses rear
I ; 80 per cent- 1 iacreaM la atteDd.l..t.. addree., '
OJrFlJIAJISoGovernorAlber j rcmr. Attractive building and campue. For.
catalogue aadra A.A.MUtPHIEej PrciWnt. EBWAIB CONRADI. rred dcut.
W. Gllchriit.

Secretary of State<-H. CUV dt WCord''. r I.

Attorney General- Park' Trammall. ..................... ..;. i''W. B. MILTON.President. H. DEKLE Vco.PvesMese!; F. M. 00LSON.l Cashier.. I
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; Com Agriculture! -B* E. McLln.Treasurer ,
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Supt.,Public wnrvi Instruction Knot-W. M Hollo- BUTLER GAVE MESSAGE ASBESTOS.-' First National, Bank.

way. The,total production of.asbestos:tin'
Comptroller-A. C. Croom. What Sir William laid and What Servant MAJIRRNA, PLA.Capital .
the' United States*for 19-10watthe)
Supreme Court-Thos. M. Shack ieford, Told Reporter Quit '
? Chief Justice:,H.H. Mabrv. Clert.Railroad Different. greatest yet recorded} ,693'' t)zm. S5e-.908.CD1 -.
Commlssfon Hudson Burr, -. This 'was an increase of'20 per cent" .
This is a story long well known in the 'ofr ... Solicits Accounts of Banks Corporatloos Firm,and Individuals.
Chairman; B. C. Dunn, Clerk: quantity over production !
? Eadm.tt In Fleet street: The United States has : ,Our twenty,years experience in the banking business enables ua to offer
Judge; first ludlclal circuit ? 1909 long
you the best banking facilities of any'bank In Weat Fiorlda. We also have a
Wolfe Fenaacola. "''The late W. S. Gilbert was absolutely held :first place as a"manufacturanofasbeatos fully equipped Savings Department 1m which ,W..pa7'\Jrtereat on deposits. Accounts

+ State Solicitor:>> ttrst judicial circuit-. fearless; h. could crow, thSftbd" goods, but the.raw'material: I by mall handled as easily aa,byi personal. interview,

L. Wilson. ; 'or punch a' head with any for that purpose was freely cl 'awwfr.oIq Send. ua 'Oua.bua.\all8..

'iQ. man, H.'once collared a burglar1' Canada at present the chief JP. M COtaON! 0ahier.P .

I S.: LAND OFFicE OFFIO1EL, his own house and trussed him source of the wor d.s supplj.. Georgiaand ,

H. S. Chubb, Register, Gainesville, Fla. for the '
splendidly<< subsequent police Vermont are.our chief asbestoei i :
11- Shields Wurren,.ReCeiver; Oalnesvllla.! man. Next day a reporter from' producers, the former of amphibole sidans. Advise

---- Fltfef street'c Called! to interview him. and the latter of chrysolite.varieties, the use-of a eoodlaxauve: tw keep;;the1 bowels' ....sad. ,prevuit the poisons of undigested

WASHINGTON COUNTY OFFICERS. The butler came to the door and carried ; the latter being reported bj ,manor .food from gettingmtiryour system,
Circuit Clerk-W, 0. Lockey..Vernon. the in to The latest product'of sdenc* hrVEEVO fixative User Syrup purely vegetable gentle,
message I facturers to favorably with, retlabia and off!' .
County.rudRe--I. A. Bntchlsoa"Vafnon. compare a pleasant aveautic .... Velvo acts oa the liver, as wen AS' oa the
Sheriff tbaball biliousness, sick headache, fevertshnessa.coUcjlatuklUrvctC:. Try VF 1
Treasurer-H. B. Tiller; V0T00IC Wyoming,and Idaho haa.advanaed
r' fax:'Asssssor-J.J. William, Chipley. i Tell: the Daily man to go j but in those states the industry isr" =

Tax. : Collector-W. B. Ualner, Kconnna.Supt. !: tb '''/ I still, in the development stage, and 11 LAXATIVE

Public Instruction,. -B.F Gainer, "Th butler'' came back with a has not become permanently. estab -,
Wausau, [
face unconscious that Sir lished. P
I Supervisor of BedsU'at.o.W.! : grave ,
Gainer Econflua. William's, outburst had been over- r_

Count Aollcltor- A., D. Carntichael, 'heard, and said: The ,best plaster. A. pieceot' flannel LIVER SYRUP

Chipley. U 'Sir William is extremely sorry, dampened with Chamberlain' UnUaant

County. Surv.or-Thol. Collins, VrJ.rf..vllle but he wishes me to state that extreme and bound on the affected parts superior
Fla.County. to a plaster and costs only one tenth as
pressure of work precludeshim much. For sale by.All Dealers,
Commissioners from' the pleasure of seeing .
J. T. Hlghtower, Chairman, V m.... -
this morning.f Here's\ Good for
you a Slogan
A. Gilbert Chipley.S. ALLIGATOR HARD TO I<, JL.) !
S. Davis, Wansau. -
: |j J. H, Porter Mlllvllle IS THE WORLD GROWING BETTER An alligator's. tenacity of life) if and
1) F. Gnnn Santa Rosa. a Bigger
Many things*o to prove that it is.The way remarkable. "I remember'one time: .. .

.. School G. B.Board Bush:Chairman Orange Hill tuonsand are trying to help others Is proof says an English traveler in India)"I ........&"............. .
Among them is MM. W W.Oould, PttUneldft
was 'With a shooting.party oik the -- .
J. St.
S. Gainer. Andrew.
It. IHcdlng\ cooo health by taking Kleo!: ;:
W. F. Buss,Vernon. 0 trio Bitters,she BOW advises other sufferero Ganges, when the natives brought! in DON'T BLOCKTIfE, WAYt : :

t -L everywhere to take them. .For year. I suffered a .ix-IootaUig They hoped someone

CHIPLEY CITY OFFICIALS. with stomach and kidney trouble she would want to buy it; but ,no 'Move-as!'fast,a&therproceaatoa--ot mov out.>'Take the
Mayor-U. H. Wells. Writes.. Every medicine I used failed till 1 did Itwaa determined to kill
Marshal-H. M. Farrier took JClectriC Bitters 'lJu this great reme- one so pace of the comparrjr! you .'c' itt.ornake.. wale. for.tbe. man.
the creature., It"wu hauled out of .
Clerk and Treasurer-W. W. Cook. .edy helped me wonderfully. They'll help behind. rt
'Council-A. D. Carmichael chairman I any woman. They're the best tonic and fln the tank and tied to,a- tree. Bullets .

., O. B.Dunn J. McGeachy, C. E. Thorp i est liver and kidney remedy that's .ma<1e. from a small.rifle or.an ordinary 12-

W. O. Butler, Jr. Try them;you'll... BOc at 8 K HcUeaonyDEATH bore gun seemed to only irritate the Don't Btand.in; the way of new ideas. Dont! pause in! the
i, -.._- saurian, and,he did not seem to care path of better system., Don't settle,down, on the, ladder of

DREAM REALIZED. very much when .a native thrust a -
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success. Don't' be a barnacle on the,ship of preeress.

The BannerChipley remarkable-dream'of death was were spear obliged down his to throat.get'. axes. Finally.and chop they ), '. ,.-3-.4-' *' ; :. ;,,_tTChao&'e.meanl

mentioned. the_other day:at a South-:' off. j its head Even then the, tail & progress.' ]Proer ssmeansadvancementAdvaneemenf ._
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wardEngland, inquest.on an infant thrashed around, and the body was ?;,

Fla. named George McCarthy. "I had so almost cut to pieces before all.move 'means movement. MOVE_ !_:.-" ;" : ,

vitid a dream that my daughter's ment ceased." _' I

y. child was dead," said Mrs, ITendry,, DON'T BLOCK. THE WAY! "'
Stands for the Upbuilding ef .
the of the infant "that :
grandmother ,
I went early in the morning to her, -
Chipley, Sometimes liver and bowels
,kidneys seem .
house. 1 found her in bed, and
I to tea oil,a strike and 'Ule"to' work right. --
Washington County. asked her what was wrong .with the' ,Then you need those pleasant" little sttlae- ''
child. 'She'replied, 'He is:all right. breakers-Dr. King's New Life Pfll -U> .lv. INVENTORS 'City

,W'hablid you think was the matter them natural aid and gently compel proper' ,

2nd. Florida: : wi'th him r I told? her of my dream, ,action.: Excellent health soon'follows.,Try write Tax our confidential letter before sp.weprrorianp Barber _
them;'26o at B E McGeacby.. : patent : b* ww&h-T
and ,asked her to look at the baby. nU.and Fowisjn. ,

Subscription ,$1 1 Per Year. Bhr looked,and the child was,dead." PATENTS :
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", A. G. AicQuagge\ ,. end ,.RADE ,P-tAR1UI_'stunt |,. ,
HE WANTS TO KNOW, TI REattorDey a lee.'SODd model., .
Notary Public a notatmd w..wrl an $i Sl
of S:1IEa: :: "w. No Waiting.
Ax We make a Specialty "Is everybody' free and equal in. ill. Iie i 1.1 .eonsl ae and *4oluutrei and ow
State at Large. are moderate.
Try no.
America 3
.1 Barbers 3
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"Yes, duke, of course."Th .'?- ., .
ift, xlo A D. CAKMICUA Ef I.s Patont I.awy...1,
ArtieticCommercial. why you ednatantly'remind Opp. U.S.Patent ef)1hJdr UpfoPlow.Shave .
:: OmceWashlsgUa,4 g:
me Hid you arc inhpdaeing Attorney at Law... -
Printing '&'a.Colle ct1ott' a.Speolslry.Jhlplej>.' .....11 ......... 15c.
t6 t\jt le? HT.xchanro.
me only yocr ; jc -- -. Ha1cc.ttln&. ... ... 2Sc.
I. : .( fla. BEST WID HBllTKTO MOTHS AID CH1UL Shampoo, :.......:;... 25c.
I .M....Wi..LoW. SOOTHIKO aY1aVP Ms )(u ,........... 25c.
with .... .. beep
Doa't trite
cola Is sdvloe for
good for 0""" IIIXTY WII.1.IONS of Hair hinge..._,..... 2.Sc.
jL l prudent men and w mea. It may be vital J. J ONES. IdOTUItRS for their CRILU_ WHIUC
I ( The Banlner : -D 'r InJlU'Otwinu PltJtF&CT '' -
; In of a'child. There ti Succas. It -
., ease nothingbetter; OO'tI1IU&: : &.a.CUItDo' 80FTKNS tae [ \ ,We Solicit Your Patronage.VcryJlMpecttiillr. k
than Cough Remedy for and
. (r : : Fla. codtfb*'and'*olde in 'children. It Is safe- X.ttorDe7.A ';Law, .olstrly seat.h.rateee.. dsoJDW.1t1UJllC40- ,lie_..........AleoeboP.!+....1.. :. .
Chipley, and sore. For..leb, All Deslesa.- ill; IPLEY,, FL1.; Wlnsl.w'1IIo&. Twcatjr-liveccaua Soothing- awn bouie.- and take-IIG alas "W. D. Peters, Propr. t



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1I ". -(Pr1cttlp Ash;'Poke RootandPotMtan>X- efn, j vj4 rbc;;' t9fqre i :

&tIts .h..-manjs. Playground: !. ," b : _.. .'., .
llrP n tP Wefnt E now it. haSjbecome, the poor t.1...
beneficial ef- Stubborn cases Good results are 'lJe J .
to P. P P. luting-it camfelt paradise. .
feet are usually
I very quickly _114ft.",",'meet'- you a ,.
cine* are useless toetaycud(
: Iff tb h Democrats :) .
0 % fl }' P. : sense as a last year's : j : .
I : .v has an, exchange. ,, they it \ ,, .
Makes rich, red t pure blood-cleanses the entitle chance 'to get into power '!..
system=c1ears the bran streugtlaenstygQURadtves.A loner time. \ 1 :J() ,'.

positive specific for Blood Pea and skin diseases. I.... .
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Drives out Rheumatism and $ P"'f e-Paln; ends Malaria; < T is a wonderful tonic and body-builder.) Thousands. endorse< it. Sta '. I \ I. ',
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F. V.1.11PPM'i Ne SAVANNAH, GA. at home as possible. One I \
''do it is'for1 the:.ta iners I : ." 'I 4
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duce'a& much of that they I t ,I ::.i ;
,t--r- i from ttJ irovyp. soils' and, It i -r "

President Taft has boldly tak-f' The question of government in spare. We.send too much .

fen his position of the.against anti-trust. ,. any; Jaw.amendment -: '''this dav.and the time question has almos&re.'solvecfljnto {of ijrvho- ey modoties produced'away that or'th'e here.' might.'purchase as w } ; : ; ;; Builders:: .. :1

trolls'the I Iotl I '
'his is just what was expected.The con ...., Iy ; & : '
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anti-trust law as. emasculated ., .,If.Canada had indorsed :IjeicV- Department of the I' '' Car Loads ., f

[ by the supreme court.'suits. reciprocity the friends g of "tbe, V. 8.,Land. "Office at ) '
[he trusts and the president in president would have clamed Notice Is hereby September chen that 16.\ ,: Fence, we. :'.
taking their side discloses his g1 eat credit tor him but Oliver of Oreenhead. Florida,
{September 10. 1001I. road e
Sympathies. The ,ino.grata! ciprocity\ was rejected, add la ge- try aerIal No. 0683d for NEtf, better. prices *"
: fY tfecause'bft'hrJ: presid nt' 1 rRcreit TowpsbtR1 north. 4a4g14 west r
should accentuate the issue by hassee Meridian. baa filed notice '
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fgjving him alriUtrti'sf>faw yffa 9-j R"e" hesr would not tion to'make' Final Commutation.
: improve our relations with, Canada to establish claim to the 'land e

e to. 'J'. : v ? .i, ." i &" o \v fn l <<;f resi1 ent scribed-Commissioner- before', at Amort Marlanna.B. buying wire e
the 85th day of Octobers 1011. j r
L Claimant: names as witnesses! : '
-r'w: _lbsyllewla'A.; 01 tftr. II .. :
Oliver otliceenhead, Florida,
.YO' U"'WANffi T'OB": ffediter.'or, Marlanna his.Henry .

V : A- :; : I Ed AI fee paid. ":. Co. 1

That question will' be' asked'yoWfthnewftlally brbusfnes.\'metr'ektDI""yolti : $ 1
ervices if qualify Jake Draughon.:TraloJng[ -and: sllombittontorise.
: More BANKERS: indorse nRAUGHON'S eonegt1j! than indorse all other business .......&
colleges COMBINED. 48 Colleges tn 18 States International repuf"aUoDw r
Baakln!: TJ1III'nltl. Pamaasaip gnsd1.k ibsll> ..'Ariaretie$Letter' "rlU. Ass.aeeu
Lsw-FRllllaaxUi.rybnnehe.GiodrOWiotI.OU allOllabillcondltion'\ / CO.
?, BookkeepingBookkeepers all over Home Study. Thousands of Jaf41easllthe -
United States say.that Draughon's, bookkeepers, and SlenogrqpKer* arw' e7The 1't !
i New System of Bookkeeping saves them holding good positions as'tlM result ot. : .' ..
from to 50 per cent in work and worry aktflir J>ratfrboa'av HoQaeCATALOGUE. tit, y.p
L Shorthand. Practically aU UI S.foflVecial .bPor; prices: on season stock of Machinery
court reporter writ the System" Br.M'4.ILJ..wrftft/.JHQI : :LxnRSBatI., for saw mills 'and
|Shorthand Draughon Colleges teach. President Na.hvllle, T nn. For/ catalogue
Why. Because they.know it is the best. on course A T COLLEt: ; write* mills.i :

Jacksonville.F.... or'Atlanta.GJU,'or Mobil or QIfJ.fGB 'i,' .elmplegt. 1IgJJtlI. >'unnthg
built for 57
.s" I'' > = ,I "it that eat tray,''a*;''u right{ oth
"t" :: '\ :.J 1 t t "' you i1t today than any
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with which 7<>p:' ao. iaake big

P lmf Jjf QIJde:r If Every's> .aiUn JIO.111 fitted"the with Taylor.crticaUq us catalog tell you: and why.price.

set tout attachments and
1'rl.J Idler. ''ImpnxvWt emta : -
.-t\.Fo $"E>> ;: "'d. .. viec.le. ,gieok acttiep J."'" a> 1me < '
r '!'..J.p.n; ._ :: ._ __."_. Made In.all sizes, portable; : ,
tlonary.-I '' INN
DeFlanitikY "Spr1rsgf3' =: <>ri-.W'1 W. n nqtoM; $ngnea! ,. :
Shingle lischines, Cut-Off Saws :;
a 't' ; .. Spllttersi'ete, :"and do-Fbandry : I
.tlt. Writ for taterawUim and pd M OQ
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Located at utafUI DeFunlak Sorings'seat o orida-Chou- ,ilNaIHtr'It',T yUr:). ow.

tauqua. Highest, a1tit'i1,1.! tb&S ate.: Artesian water. tGootihealth ,_ MACON, oa. Sportsman. 4i

.' -Well equllpped'JjuiicHrig'Sr} Successor to the State Norma( rtiE LACKAWN'NN; 1t10' f f'the '

School. v Strong; ]lye" .9fP.1taliJ' 'J1t tennis, new athletic fekI, :i .. ,- Laelcwwi } ( \ Boating

Home-like school. Careful oversight Offers thorough academic tat hurni for.r btod..bred,.......for They" ; {{ 1. j} aqd. Bathing.: .
cou'rse'i cole > Freshman and ellS maChinlit ,
and C Sophomore
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Music and Art. 4 1 worI4'fE''UiM4>bu : 4f ,

:: Vii'' 9 s'ei'l iw'i -,'K-Hf I ,:, ..rtoulnir..on.... ,W.P.J>ni.f.v ."J .. ., ,'co p
Elementary I>apartment..L1Ni 1 -'' hrtdrid ....Mi.
f a' that will me.sur. up \" l
/ Jil\lf"4.1The ;1.1 I N 0H6w loom point'
Elementary Department covers tne eight grades of the thoroughbr.Xfbarllbwn.. strong..healthy We breed at our new warehouse

grammar schooji J. ands taught b Y a. .p,\'i'a .'faculty?of tborclugh.ly .Only. the strong. ., huul Jiy bird wlU ihell ) sat Bay int., a, large
tt ,, "'1.< Zi I !: Th :e rir make UM mane trained teacbeVs. '. JIitIJ'.I" i \ Evory brwdlnK pen of equal ..Iu.. and Stationary
I ,atMd. aM tosiLt ; motlve and:Horizontal
Pa'rent the best th 'is pur setting of lit f.o. b. .bc1<_n"lII.. ;
.L'tfi:9'l a\8.9/p .1.9 try ages$10.00 hundnd..' 'nabs ohlcke. Boiler; Saw-Mills

to educate J them.. under' .. -'Christian" : .I.fo./' Influences... *":1''erhaps' .......... .....no.'II; '.schoolin ... in run ipecially from JaekionTiUe.miide ill,ppi"r$20.00 boxe per bllRdr not .. d e s, Saws, Belting
Flonda..9H: gLSMy+ x;'.) te"r_ lLm, .2' ,,:t.2 t..}th. J.I1..11t.: !\._ f\1P1er. ,_surly_batched___Hlt1 Cockerels | pplle.; also engine and
College.Schoolko"OtisSept. "o.oo. The Lackawanna Rhode Island .. Walso handle the .
sal Settbura of "
red. N.stock foe :
.. of Hustler Saw :MiUf.!
UJO&--.Iiato: bl<>iar tt.QOalupBdnd:
"mti&r'27tli 191'1: :( i Bu"f fi..cli katoblnir was and baby chi_ : Mill outfit on earth.
price.' Check. poitoiUce: order or
'Send nuostod.In ce. Address : : }'., A postal will bring
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4 1 il" ff ootltLSrorM Incubatore. brood rs, t Plot-lclo.
..OO Flsher'rItlC t pal eDrk eta .'! 0 Iseders shipping.
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To i investigate ou \ >tans of Life Insurance. ," ...Youjpeed the .sqtectio -we have the p;1ides, We issued paid! for:' i insurance! 'in' ;August,. to the ''amount ot

3 ,$5q3OOO.OO. Dd..we are wr-tlagMbustn: altthg yr V" -1,e.Pt-.i fiy.. "allion... "1e7 ear.:; at WHY DO\ WEt> WRITE'- 'I HEBtySINltSS.- ..: *.' i ?>i', Because u >,i, our policies are right. ; rates.
are low, values. gh.endyou: brre 6tuar 14 PERhEOPItOT: $GTION., l ... _. u1, Mti ; I sg I. ..
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We/ can t6ll;you.. ;lrovv, andteip:; yoil'to'iaet it.Today': ; ic the to. '' ,act; totrvorrovy; ;(s,'ajiJunlinpwn: ; quantity.,t, .2r U \*,Write u1 us
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And 5ve have paid over $100,000.00 to beneficiaries j in Florida, who wiUjtestify to our prompt! settlements._ i ; nitfsu. */ ; ,. ,t ,, 'I '. '

3 Millions tf5llara' arienVfeutH>f' londa. yeaily'foitpaymei tit, Insurjince! Premiums Why not keep this:motit "!at"'bome.t AT, Domec! dompan. ,.can,, give
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i vr.,jIt. : .... ] Personal [ Ga.the. Ernest,Williams'was over L. Reddickof last reunion.week. Cuthbert to He attend was ]j j Town ,Topics. II Farmer .

;. .. \ Every
caller Banner
pleasant at the
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Saturday was a busy day in t
:,.:: John Alford spent Thursday office morning.
1/; .: in the city. ; town. ., As well AS every business man shout [

r y": A. D. Campbell spent Monday Cromwell, candidate Gibbons for governor ot Jacksonville at-- .. The fastest flying.' machine is : have a bank account.

,i,. at Graceville. gossip. .
tended the Williams' reunion at Why?

; ,, C. C. Johnson of Vernon,was Reddick's mill Friday stoppingover County court convenes at Vernon .

: 'Sunday visitor.I I in Chipley a few hours Monday .: ,Because: Your money in .safer in the bank that
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Jt.,', M. W. Widener of Greenhead, Attorney-General Park Trammel The county boards held their anywhere else. '. '

'F.J:;" was in town Monday. of Tallahassee who it a candidate usual monthly meeting Monday. [.'''. Paying your bills by check is the sim

':,> :. John W. McKinnev., of Ebro, < for governor, attended-the Quite a large crowd from Chip- ", ; lest and most convienent method.
r',,', :'.. \ was a Saturday visitor. Williams' reunion at Reddick'smill ley attended the Williams' reunion ", *lour check becomes a voucher for the

#rl', ;.wt. Friday, and.spent. Saturday at Reddick's mill Friday > -r.' ?' debt It pay. '
iI,"' :; A. J. Potter of Vernon, was up .
,' for a few hours Thursday. In Cbipley. .. The ladies can': make no mistake It gives you a better. standing with business '
: '
.t in going to B. Blare & Co.I .. men.
I't'' :: -'.. Solicitor A. D. Carmichael .. { il I
County Rev. H. A. Jones D. D. .
It. ; fbf their fall and winter dresses Money in. tank: strengthens your credit. : "
: Vernon.
spent Monday
;. ," .1 and suits.E. .. A bank account teaches helps and encourages $
fF' '" Dr. W. H. Long of Emporia, Gulfport, Miss., '
\ J. Stokes & Sons have sold you to save. I fi
:': > was a visitor in the city Saturday Will be here and commence a series -
t., :. their naval stores business locat- This bank does all the bookkeeping., { ,
:-- O. R. Smith of the Wausau of services at the Presbyterian three 'f
!Ir'. \; ed miles west of town. to Your bank book.is a record of your bus- ; s
E! .' "Lum.ber Co., was.in town Saturday. .. church next Monday evening Alford Bros. Co. .

f I "J the 9th nst. at 7:30 o'clock. ness. .
To make our school eminently '
t > You are most cordially invitedto T. those dedrisff Baatisj; Ceosectioas with an Old
Attorney W. O Butler visited. attend these services. successful there should be per-

4i, -. \ Blountstown on business this .. fect cooperation between teachers Eslabtisked Bank we extead our cervices. '

week. rnd
': 190,500 Land Deal.Thelargest ; pupils patrons
The First National
i r f :'.' S. A. Alford spent several days Spurgeon Bryan is stepping
land deal effectedin
I : : at Jacksonville last week on bus Washington for high these days;.the stork madea .. ,
county some of
_: iness. call at his home Sunday evening ti. Chipley.
time was consumated in Pensa- -jr _.
5 ,: \ Miss Sallie Hemphill of Vern- cola Monday, when C. C.Johnsonand and left a baby boy. -

r'S,t}.1. ." ,.on,'was the guest of friends here J. R. Moody of Vernon, pur- We regret to note that Mr. S.
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'.:.r.n'f' Sunday. ch ased 14,000 acres of timber A. Alford, who went to Atlanta -.
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t'' ;';,..:'i."V;; : ". W. H. Milton of Marianna, was land from J.. R" Sharpe and J. W. last Friday is reported quite .

.. ,,;'- ./i.": ': Johnson being sick the doctors fearing he has
'\'.>.1,1"",.,;I" one of the visitors here Friday the price paid ,

I :,7:.; afternoon. 80500.; __ typhoid fever. CAR LOAD OF
., ,';i;:..;:if.-..tsY E. M. Sessoms of Caryville I The localities where good
Bcralt of
City Frlnury.
.\ .Z:: was a business visitor in. ''town, roads have been built are becom-
.'- .I'''.'' Thursday. *" The primary election, for the ing richer fend ,more. prosperous, Horses and Mule

j nomination of city officers held more thickly settled, while those .
A. L. McNeill 'of Vilas. ".wasshaking
p -,. '' I Tuesday, resulted as tollows: which do not possess transportation >T
hands with friends here
'., For Mayor A.D.Campbe11,108 advantage.. are either at a
.. a few days last week. Just'Received at the Sinclar. Old Barn]
t, _' For Clerk, Walter: Cook. 111 standstill or becoming poorer and. f .
,. ,,'. "' (' Mrs.' Walter Cook and littletfl't. For Councilmen settled.,
;<,.." ( 'i} .,- : more thinly .. Come See Them.DunOColeman .
:t : \ daughter is visiting with relatives A. A. Myers 106 the -
A meeting of county democratic
." ;itl .," at Marianna this week. W. 0.Butler.. Jr. .102 -executive committee- baa

t. :.,,') .:'. ( Mrs. Berta Blake and son, Milton For Marshal: been called to meet at Vernon at Co.

t... ; ) left Sunday for short business J. A.Roberts 63
'", ''f;: a noon on Thursday'Oct. 12th; for

.": "" ,w' ",," trip to Jacksonville.. A. G. Sharpless 56 the purpose of recommendingsome S rl
The only office for which there
1M i; "..ll'J, ; I. McKeithen',.'one 'oe. ,the than candidate one tor appointment as Supervisor .t
) f.r was more one was
I '}\\.r:. ::.;. prosperous Holmes Valley farmers for Marshal, and Mr. .Roberts of Registration to fill
d in town the vacancy caused by the deathof
I ; was Monday.
won the nomination by a majority You Tried
the late J. W. Gainer. Have .
11,I ;)....'.' ,H. H. Harrell, a prosperous of seven votes. J ,

:<' .C=q';.'. farmer living west of Holmes .. .. The fall opening of the Misses .

'. ""'.' creek was in town Monday. Prof. A. C. Palmer who is Richardson which- .occurs- -today... ; MeGeachv's Prescription

..: principal of the school a't Duncan tomorrow and Saturdsy will indeed -
Mrs. L. D. McRae and little '
.*, "t in town be a revelation, as their for Indigestion? ,
was Saturday shaking
/ :" :"' '" son visited with friends at Marianna ,
I "-I'F large' stock contains *
1 '. several days last week. hands with friends. Prof. Pal-
i fashions creations.You Your'money cheerfully
: ."-. mer tells us that the Duncan in very latest -
: Presiding Elder W. C. Gavin, are invited to call and see
1it. '. of Marianna; preached at theMethodist school is progressing finely, that their display pattern ready-to- refunded if it fails to
!, not only the pupils, but the
,' '"- patrons wear and tailored hats and millinery -
: ; here .
church Sunday.C.
.: ":fY "j also, are'takiae' It lively interest novelties. benefit you.

.:1..>. 4. B. Park bill of Pensacola, a in the scbonl. A school .. '

!I '.;;:; candidate for congress was in improvement association has LOST-Bunch of keys;. about S : E. McGeachy CHIP LEY,

.\ .\<;,{:- the' city Friday mingling with been organized and they have seven' on the key-ring. -;Finder ,

. friends. raised something like $35 for this .Phone 36.
't..'" "'<'' please return to Banner office and Prescription< 1 1flt'\;: :': Dr. Yates..the eye specialist good cause. Prof. Palmer is an be rewarded.

./.'!W"I; earnest school worker and if -
{. f :.:J.. Pensacola, was here Tuesday .

t \ ., looking after the welfare of his people of Duncan school will help ..
patients. him they will have a school sec-

ond to none in the county.

"' -f.v.If Attorneys Buell Cook H. H. 1 HHIHP dVMBBBKI|
f '' Wells an *J. M. Sapp looked after
Three months more ot this
:.' 't. legal matters at Vernon,
i f. i-,. Monday. year, and by those three months j
';" .' pass away we will have a team ot
f' .;" I Mrs. F. C. Wilson and daugh candidates out for the places to
'OrW"'1 t5hei IUt N.e
d -. ;- ter Miss John Jordan, are visit be filled next year.

... ing with friends. in Pensacola' e T -. I b Ifcefltetand Best:. Economical! Wagon

.,' this week.. .
We understand there is a good ,

I. ',. Tom White, Jr.-left'Friday for prospect for the establishment of 'Every yeerahnosUwice .. manyStudebafcer .

;' fe BirmingbanvAla., where he will a wholesale grocery .in Chipley. wagons are sold as any ether make. '

:..""qv; take a position in a. furniture es-i In fact we are told that all that .
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.. People who Know
.,,. -\t;:V -,: tablisbment. stands the way at present is a
-, J';""'"' 1''; ,. location in which to do business. wagons hare beanbuy
\ 1Jfi:. '..... Congressman D. H. Mays of
1'. .tng "Studebakers-
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:, Monticello, was in town Friday,, for '
'{"; .. "Ton Want nearly ,60 years.They're .
f: a Better Jobe"That
'i4 : going out the Williams' reunion '
;,"", .. buymjt more today
'a: at Reddicks mill. question will be asked '
than for.
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; >;: Uncle Jule Solomon, the inimitable you almost daily by business men

'..:Jiti*:. of Jacksonville, was here seeking your services, it you be- A StudebaKer

"; : ;. Friday crossing palms and swapping come qualified and show ambition ..., ,, wagon, ,ta ,boxi ht'.someWhere -

', to rise. No matter what two
::(:_ .yarns with his friends. every mtnutee.
\-i. .:your future occupation may be,
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\*rj'i ,Dana J.>Jones a Washington
""is*: your earning power will be greatly Studebaker' waits wo 'l..U at this
., county boy, who has recently en-
:" increased it you take Drangh-. tremendous rate unless they gave more a/o.
in mercantile business
{ gaged on Training. It will equip 'you than 'other ':watfons. Let ,us tell you why-

,. at Campbell, was circulatingamong for a better job-BIOOBK PAT. ,It wlU put you under.no oblig&Uons whatever.
friends_ .
+ here Tuesday More than 150,000 have taken the

Miss Fannie Crim will leave Draughon Training during the :

fi ; this wee X'for Gainesville, where past twenty-two years. For catalog :: Duni-Criiman; Company CKiplty' : "-

she will take place fn the office address //Draughon's Practical r .... ,. FU,
*''.'(: with Rev.'S.B. Rogers,secretary .Business College either at ..- '.."j/. .

",.. of, the State. Baptist- ; .Mission Jacksonville, Atlanta, Mobile or .. A. fie McQUA6 E. General Manager.
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