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: December 28, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Washington County news (Chipley, Fla.)

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Vol. XIX. Citipley, Washington County, 'Florida. December 28a 1911. No. 26



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THE REASON Eyt Specialist, .
m Superstitions abort the weather Of the natives in Papua a traveler Will be"in Chipley at Dr. Wilson's
declare that a mackerel sky will leave says : "When the natives are young
office the First Tuesday in January -
JIM SINNER Mgr. the ground dry; that between' 12 and trr AJ they are quick to learn, and can be
1912. Consultation and
9 you! can,tell what the day will do; taught almost any kind of work, and examination
We are stilt in the meat business that when apple skins are thick you even up tq the time of their: mar- free... .
I in the little building next to ,cold winter that learn. After
may expect a ; a riage they are willing I. O. O. P. NOTICE.. "r
Mrs. S. A.'.Cook's new store and rainbow in the morning bids sailors JI marriage their ambition and intellectual -
Until further notice
1 will appreciate your patronage.We take warning, while a rainbow at ? I development appear to oeaae;
J Cbipley Lodge No.56,
keep everything' good to night is the sailer's delight; that the 1f one of the reaaona for this seem ,
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eat,Beef, Pork, Pork Sausage day of the month of the first.snow indicates to be that the woman does moat of each Monday evening. '
.the number of snowstorms to the' work, while the man, being the
Fish, etc.,and when you get these By. order of the Lodjre.
things from;'us'' you are 'assuredof be expected,, that season; and that'it superior animal--can see no necessity C. A. HELTON, N. G.
the best. the wishbones of the turkey at for further exertion. He plays S. B. JUDSON Secv.,
Thanksgiving: be light in color, you the part of her protector to perfec- I. ,
,__ Prompt Service; and Free'De-. may expect great snowstorms duringthe tion; while she digs in the gardenhe FOR SALE.-40 acre's of land, 3#

\ livery. ensuing winter. leans against a tree with his spearin miles from Vernon; any reason

'Phone No. 135. 1 his hand .apparently prepared to able takes it. This is a good op- '

OLD ACQUAINTANCE. keep oft intruders, but really be- portunity to get you a home. Apr
'\ a cause it is easier than doing the dig- ply at Banner office.
IRA A. HUTCHISON, "Why, how do you do, my dear' wa ging." .. .
Attorney at Law. 'You can't just place me, can :Her. Dr. Thirdly-You never I ITS CLASS. FOR SALE.-About 60 stands of

Office at Vernon, Fla. :youf"Oh' come to Berries any more. Can't you Italian Bees, in patent hives; ,.". ,. .,.
yes, indeed. You are Mr. hear well in church? "How would you list the proverb cheap for cash or will trade' for''

.; Will practice In Circuit Courts of Bjenks, whom I meet in the humor Mr. Snore-Too well;\ ia.:fact, so about busy bees PIn cows heifers or native ewes.c..

I Florida and the Federal Court ous paragraphs nearly; every day. well that I .can't, sleep. : the class of buzz saws." : E. PKA3; 'Chipley Fla.


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THE BANNER' 'athere .
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At Cbiplcy. Vim Amateur Gardener Was Bitterly Die- \,,. .. I .; ': .
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WALTER JOMBCi, Bdltor. Qr*.n Instead of Red.

Entered at the piMtoffica at Cblpler. Fla.( .aMcond They had both-been born and : j '. .' f ., ; ". ,,,
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lived their
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RATES: in the city, but when they set I' ,

ON* YKA.B,........................$1.00 housekeeping they decided to live are times for all thing, and
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settled in their little house in the "
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AdTarttetaff rate furnished, on. application., midst of a small yard nothing woulddo ... 'I \f 7hundreds ;* 1. i"j' 1..,, '' ,
but they must have a garden.They '"
Communication on live topics especially furnished a lot of amuse.. of customers and,friends all over
of local Interest, are solicited. It t
Is understood, however, that the publish- ment for their neighbors, but to .t' .,.
of THE opinions BANNER expressed will not by correspondents.be responsiblefor them' it was all very 'serious and 1; .. this'S tion' a i ( .

I wonderful and they were almost I t.

TIE BANNER wants a live representative speechless with delight over the first

In the and county correspondent, and will at make every liberal post office ar radishes. As time went on, how I Happy, Prosperous New Year. I. .

ransrem.ents with the rla-rt parties. ever, their ardor cooled. Their let- i ,H I I tII I "

tuce would nqt head, their onion I .1' "
THURSDAY, Dec. :at, 1911. business ,
seeds We appreciate the handsome
produced unbelievably tiny "
onions, 'their neighbors rabbits ate "

all the peas. 4)'ou-have-givenus during Jl&H/ and "trust' .

The bride was telling this tale of ..
We wish everybodyA : : -
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iwe.shall merit a continuation of your( I -
"But your tomatoes? questionedthe .
Happy New Year i visitor. "They are so to '
easy '
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LpAtrAJlage during < o ,
raise. Surely you had good luck .r i .' : ,

and 1912 bring: with them?" ,
may "I
"They were the worst disappointment Your friends, ,

of all I" wailed the bride.,"You I
health to homes
your know there are two kinds of tomatoes I' ,', (
and we thought we were plant-

and pr sperityinyour ing the red kind, and now those Campbell & Dekle Company.REMEDY .

horrid old tomato bushes are just

business affairs is the covered wtih the green ones, whichwe

don't want at all, as we never eat

pickles."-Youth's Companion.
wish of the'The .

Banner. Air the btfclothe tpioby On Irtaparoved Porrns.In.aay .
The last act of the board ..
y' of fold the blank", ,i in 'MPU... t. : amounts above $500. at Very low rates of
rites was to recommend a changein '
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official music, which the emperor or arbor vitae sprigs, dry sweet flags interest, ,on terms of from 5 to 10 years, with

WATER LILY FARM.t appears approved that by decree the 'of Marquis July 15.Tsentr. It lavender or'. sachet powder. Then ,payments arranged to'.suit the. borrower.: .
are egnally aa..aaatitbtllaand
t Washington i evolved a national air when in'London : give the bed clothe an agreeable Ifyou have a jgood proposition$ do.not;,want more than.half.

1 :;as.minister; thirtyyears ago, but odor. Paste. the indict the paper the value of your place, come to aee-us.. Dp not wait to/write. lit
ducted ,by a woman ;who as a clerk It has never been officially notified to ,together *u& spa e. rappbog .wastes your'time andours. WeCa: lg'et"'be-' -1oan'vou want if yaur
in the lost leerhealth the ,and The western will for it ,but cannot borrow mail.r We
treasury department army navy. nations over' the top the COM in such away place stand you money?by -
Starting aa an,amateur cultivator and even Japan, all know each to'Jeare no have'placed loans on your-neighbor's farm wi wJiicb they are 'J l
BO as ,aracksttltepghwhich ;
she has become one of the other's>airs, which they strike up at moths tfnd 'eetyltos. -pleased. We can do the same for you. '1

.most prosperous producers of the ,..banquets.and solemn occasions ; the .pan i We are placing'thousands of' dollars every. week. Calf and I
Place' these in a Viqrff--p- box 'f
flowers. She 'few acres make-shift air make your'application without delay. '
purchased a : now semi-officially which has .been UxA :. "1 y ':.
on the Potomac and cauaed an artificial used by China is far from being '
Florida Land Title
wrappings paper aqdfctken ill qwn & Trust Co.J. .
lake to be made her land suited to.her It is
on dignity., not pro :
the lid.-Woman''" N. _'W. ,
by piping in the water. She became posed to abandon entirely the old ,. : 'A. ORMOND. Manager

fascinated with the work, and Chinese principles of music, but the TO Marianne, Florida.
p willingly gave up her government envoys abroad have been directed to -

position ,so she could devote her.atf seed all foreign national airs to the :A convenient aad to: ;
,pry wjy
f tention to the flowers. Now,she has musical department of the board of keep \butter cool it Jby 'Applying f the. The First .National Bank,

ponds which cover five acres; in rites, when competent trained ears
of ,
principle cooling by 4*sporation; OF PFNS3gCOL3t, FLA.Designated ,
which she is raising the flowers, and will judge how best to combine Chinese as used in the vet h Ib.4f i 11111 lwt '".

.many; persons go to her garden at notions with foreign and. evolve and dry bulb'hygrometer. 'b.Dut-,. ; Depositary of the United State ',!

early hours of ,the morning to see something really good. J-
ter is placed, in a fi]<3AM ,
/ : ,' Oldest and largest Bank In West,Florda.f i:V: ,::
I the lilies in full bloom. --" -.-. (butter diah ..ith'Ud),,and;4" hia ". ..oiaoAJsnzESD; .:,.Y50.5.000.I : < '. :
t; MONARCH'S FINE STEED. has been _in .I '
placed plat* on
NO FAVORITISM.'- taming water Mint cloth is pgt'gverthe I I I Capital.Half Million' 'JDo rs.-: ",/(

"Is you town doing anything in King George of England has anew dish with its ends in the water. Burrlue ndlUndlnldcd; Profits, .100,000.Interest .
horse said to be all that royal
,the upliljway r' mount should be. He is Brisbane, Evaporation.goes 'on $4he.*nf face Paid ia Suing Department at Kate of 4 per ceal.per Aa..... I .
"Oh/yeal I We have a committee of the cjoth,,and njpre jraer, is, .,up- .' ,
n appointed to see all shows suspected a handsome bay and' is Queensland'scoronation plied to the ,cloth ,frwp it,the glue THe Firs> -Na ltlalBank' I'
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"*of'being immoral, and report on gift to king. below. This keeps jhe ,c}oih rand: ..op ,PBN.ACOI."A. S I IW.
journey has been a long one, for he ,
them dish inside ,at a ,few degree pelowthe
left Sydney as far back as July 20 ;'X.Evan J....PnMldont. w.S.KBTUK. Vlco-Pra
"Good I"! atmospheric temperature, and by W.J.11'0.._ Cublei'! TROll. W.JJt.aT..t .A.Mt.. CMbler!. _Cashier.
in the Federal Steamship company'svessel tlrec'en-F.C.Bre.q : tI. _, W..a'5srv Xrll.; ....
"Yea, a committee of one thou- this means butter can. be kept firm: W.J.Fab YaowlWe.i Hvar. Thos.W.>Brant. r.
'a ." Cornwall. Brisbane had to go in the hottest dayiL .

"Indeed I Isn't that a---er=:rather through the ignominious process of a': .... (

large committee?" compulsory disinfecting cold bath, to Notice. High Class Saw Mill Machinery.'< {
he would not be carrying
"Well you see, we can't afford to make sure '
ticks on him, before he was.admitted If the Washington Couqty"Medical We carry at our new warehouse,.:4O8
create hard and
any feeling, so we and 410 East Bay St., a large stock,of '
made it large enough to include I' to New South Wales. Except for Society, pr any phyaician in Portable and Stationary Engines; Locomotive -

about everybody-Lippincott'a. that, he has had the greatest attention Washington Co., want an abso- and Horizontal Return :Flue "

and respect paid to him by Con. lute and positive cure Pin wormsTape Saws Boilers, Belting; Saw,Ml11a and,Mill Planers Supplies, Edpers;also i.\j,

A TECHNICAL MIND. stable Wilson of the Queensland police worms and HqoV worms, engine.and saw-mill repairs. We also
who was deputed to accompanyhim -' handle the celebrated line of HUSTLERTAYLOR.VANCE.AMRER.-
or any other worms in the human
"What in the name of common to London. -
i body', they canget ,full jnf.orm.a- .ICAN and DELOACH Saw M11. ., ,
sense are you arresting me I ERIE L.EFFEL TAYLOR and ,
asked the motorist who had accidentally SOME TERRIBLE DOSES. tion by seeing SOUTHERN Engines and Boilers, PERKINS Shingle Mill Machinery. Special 1
violated a regulation."I J. H. SPENCER, : :Puncan, ,Fla. Stave Machinery for Turpentine Plants. -,
Large stock carried tot immediate Shipment. Get our prices before buyiiyr.
ain't arrestin' you in the name "How would you like to read all We can save you money. A postal will bring our Traveler. .

of common sense," replied the rustic the popular books?" AflEH s 1fI Write for literature covering' your special requirements j :: :$:

sheriff. "I'm '1U'1"6t1n' you in the "How would you like to take all Malsby Machinery Co. ...

name of the law." the popular pills?" Look tO -tifof, :WronbIc. \ itps A, .,410 B. tiny St. Jack onvflle.L.ona Plorl i's.

... I The after-effects of the Grip are apt Dlsttanc.T.l.f>hon. No. B7<4; a.
*' to be serious, but a normal healthybpndltlonmenllealrestpred
1 7 ''JM1aCsA8CO1tiC +E1 7 9C 6iWANTD. : ; Inprlslngly '01 ,,,r- .. ,. !
f short time by VinoL . . . . .

Watertown, WI .-''After a severe
attack of the Grip my system was In Neat
a very weakened. nervous and run Printing

To let contract for hauling: approximately three,. and, down ,.condI 19P. f bflga* ta ng IQPplnlth :
the very best'tesdiits. an*"fa' a Creates '
. halt million feet of logs Choctawhatchee river haul''' I a good impression < \
"', on ; short tlme-I began to feel like an entirely

;"; :' will not average over a mile. different; person, ..4 Iam better>> correspondents :
.\ and stronger than I have'been for among your :
Contractor. must be able to put in'15,000 feet per day. years." Adelaide Gamm. (We guarantee I "

Want an experienced man to superintend' cutting. th}%T teatlmemlal. ...tohe' gentiiae.Wei .) and helps to give your business -
\have 'never seld 4n our stoic '
inspect and scale above, timber. such a valuable strength creator' and I prestige.

Want also to contract with Prtyto> raft and run these health; restorer for the convalescent j i
the weak and'run-ctoWD. ft? V2oIdwe We do Neat
logs to the mouth of the river. asV people la tWsrlctalftr try Printing
a; bottle of ATtari. tth tfce understanding f. i f i J-
For particulars address at Reasonable Prices.
: ;that their money win be returned
.. If 'It does not.4* all we ,claim .
W. H. Wesley, p t. Washington Fla. for Itfjj{ Banner sob Office I

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>cr.t Proceedings of Any Kind Art rX
rber Umpire O'Loughlln Fall to Appreciate
Contrary to Spirit of Our
'On* Handed to Him by
'I'i' Law. .
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the field; and if there is one thing I as Hannis Taylor and William E. :

JMo Waiting. that peeves 'Silk' O'Loughlin it is Chandler contend that newspapermen )

to ruffle his dignity," says Umpire may not properly be excluded
vi 3. Barbers 3 Billy Evans hi the Cleveland Press. from deposition proceedings because 'I, RINTING

"Catcher Krichell of the St. Louis such proceedings constitute a I
court and all courts must be''
Everything Up-to-Now. Browns put one over: on 'Silk' one open,
day that drew a" laugh from both the general public may be ensured '
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taken. Mr
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Shampoo, ............ 25c. it."In Ta y AVA 11,1.s VU e o... LU"a grey; In"'''''' 1:Iving; ,, \ ;
Masaag-e, .... ...4..,.. 25c. baseball when hits 'authorities on constitutional law, and ,:': Creates *! ,good impresSion ?-
a player' .
Hair :
Singe, ;...., 25c. :
the ball squarely, some of his team Mr. Chandler, his colleague in a :,.. '.;. among your 'correspondents 0 1 I
We Solicit Your Patronage. mates sing out: 'That's putting the cause, celebre, is likewise celebrated. I '

Very Respectfully ., wood to it, old boy. .' While it was undoubtedly to the :Y h: and helps :
interest of their clients that the
"In the in
question O'Loughlin proceedings
W. D. Peters, I ropi> was working game the plate, and a foul should be open to newspaper 't. i;,, to ,give your business .2 ;

tip struck his mask, near the top, men and consequently to the ,) prestige. I I

COOK & McRAE sailing into the grand stand at great public, and while there might; ,be ','" 8' I

r '" speed."TTice fine-spun and even plausible arguments .

v Attorney at' Law. work, "Silk." Thaffc- put on the other side, it nevertheless -

437orrk4,In cuipier SaIls B..k.Careful ting the wood to it, old boy remains true that under our legal !

"In an instant CPIioaghlin's expression system all courts are and must Do Neat i'
NWe Printing |
".. attention riven all matter. entrust. changed from pain to astonishment. .be open courts. Secret proceedings .
to mr care. Collection made.) of any sort are contrary to the spirit t..
He glared at the St. 1g.
., Agent for responsible time and Ore-tested Insqrance law which At Reasonable Prices. 1\
of oar wisely recognizes 8
.' companies.' Louis player, and O'Connor was relieved \
that publicity is the refuge and the \ ,
when ,he didn't start a proces-; I' "
sion of athletes to the clubhouse. ', defense of the weak and innocent. ,, I

|R. F. SCARLETT 0 Any encroachment upon that prin-' ,; / t.j .
I is ;
SAVING THE YOUNO TEIM. ciple to be feared and resisted.
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Notary Public. Give us your next order 1
Mrs. Booker T. Washington asj* The quicker a cold Is !gotten rid of tbe lea ; '
that the idea of the juvenile court danffef from pneumonia and other serious and we will give you perfect <:> i
I Real Estate Handled.. grows very slowly in the south. She disease Mr* W B L HaJJ of Waverly Va. \
ays: ".1 firmly believe Chamberlain'8 : satisfaction. thu's" .
Collections a specialty. says that boys and girls are sent to .
Cough Remedy to re absolutely the best I. '
': prison for slight offenses and there preparation on the market for oolde. I have ; making you one'' of our' : .' \
Office in First National Bank. with older learn ,," t ,
associating prisoners : recommended it to my friends and they all I ." ",'j / I
much evil. Local colored women*! agree: .with me." For sale by All Dealers I .,':">'/ ; regular I customers.CHIPLEY ...
REST AND clubs in Alabama have take the ,: ,'Al' ,.',' ..
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Mas.Wilt ow'. SOOTH i wo SYRCF has been matter, she and ha ,1" \ '
succeeded ""N .
'used for SIXTY up, says, ; : ;
.t .
H9T11BKSL for their CHILDREN WHILE in establishing wformatoriea t....... ".'r 'r < "' ,,
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SQOTHES the CHILD. 'SOFtN5 the GUXSI 'where bad boys and girls may be There Is the r \
a legend ,
among peasants \
,'It the best remedy for DIARRHCHA. It :I* absolutely taught as well aa punished. The : Cornwall inEngland that at I 0', j
harmless. Be cure and ask for "Mrs. THE': : : : ", ", t
Winslow'. Soothing Syrup. and taU M Otlw governor of the state found then nigfat thaw mr/ be observed a f aint- 1 I

alud., :Tweuty.avsceat.abotU.. ormatory of so much good that betook ly-ehining mineral among the rocks J
\ charge of it. In Pennsylvania, brought from the mines. That this is '

,Arkanaea' and Bfentookj> colored not pure fancy has been proved by BANNER

women's clubs have been working Professor' Strut A specimen of j
along the same lines. the mineral autunKa, which is also .

found in Wales, waa sent to him I

the'Banne ENDS WINTEB'S: TROUBLES, from Portugal because of its lumin- t? Cnip1ey, r ia. d j
"twe will send free for
He finds that it
osity. closely resemble
To mauy, winter 1* a season of trouble. i_ y
the term of this. school to The frost-bitten too and fingers, 'chapped I aitiflcially prepared salts of ;

__ i bands and lips chilblains, cold sores, red i uranium, and that its luminoaity is .

IIo Every: White Teacher and rough akin. But such trouble fly before doe to spontaneous radioactivity.The ,
Buokleu' Arnica "alve. A trial OOD.Tfnces. -
Grertest: healeaof burns, boils, piles, light it shed. is stronger than "

In Washington County* out, sore, bruises, eczema and sprains. that of nitrate of uranium. Upon Physicians Advise .
_ Only 25c at 8 K McQeachy's. parting-with ita water of crystalization -
the mineral loses its luminous the usa/ of a goodlaxatlve, to keep the bowels open and prevent the poisons of, undigested !
Who 'Will send us the ,news of food from gettlnglnto your system. .
SURE GAUGE OF "MAN'S AGE property.-Scientific American. The latest product of science Is VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup purely vegetable, gentle,
heir community each week' or reliable' and ofa pleasant, aromatic taste. Velvo acts on the liver, as well as on the
I* S..n In Degre of Interact H.T.k.. MININa''IHANCL. stomach and bowels, and is of the greatest possible efficacy In constipation, Indigestion,
[very two weeks at least.Correspondents In Announcement OpenIng biliousness, sick headache feverishness, coUc.fUtulence, etc. Try, VF 1

of School. Gramercy-Wiat! You paid $00 .
'. [ may write on a dozen for.stockings' 11 1 11 A LAXATIVE
'A: is
man how old he
may gauge Mrs. Don't be
,:any subject of general interest. Oramercy angry, [
by the degree of interest he feels! in dear. I wasn't extravagant.,I bought

fOur only.request. is that' they' re- the announcement that school's only halt a do .-Puck. L V U
*It. open again., If he is still a young LIVER SYRUP ,-
c rain from using: the name of any man, with considerable of the boy When your feet are wot and cold, and

"ft i ina calculated to give left in him, he will hear that boy exclaim your body chilled through from 'exposure,
"\\ |1 person way in some recess of his outdoor- take a big dose of Chamberlain'* Cough The New York World We
promptly obtain U. B. and Foreign
.,. *offense. loving consciousness: "Gee, that's too Remedy paths your feet in hot water be- .
: ,, :.. not fore going to bed, and you are almost certain Thrice-a-week Eedition. S ,,
bad. Minds in which. there is ,
For sale
ward off cold. byAll'Dealere.
:, ; to a severe :o: [
j' the least symptom of momentary regret A ]
I 'Let Hear'JFrbm
: us : The Thrlce-a week World hopes to be
,, : ; ,., ,' : that the long and delicious vacation -
than has
'It In 1908 a paper ever
"" .. is over'are minds which have TRUE AUTHORITY. been'before, and It baa made Its arrangements I Band model,sketch or photo of JDVlI)ClOD for
free .
report 00 For free book '
,,/ti': You. long been engrossed by the caresof, accordingly. Its news service cov How&o8ecure Titenlnblm) write
1,,., .;. the workaday world ,and in which Self-government, with tenderness. era the entire globe, and It reports everything Patentssn 19 11f1dOpposite to

not even a living memory.of the romance Here you have the condition of all fully, promptly and accurately. Jt !
Is the only paper, not a dally;which Is aaKood
We want the, News of boyhood days;remains. As authority over children. The mother : .M a dally and which will keep you ,.)

for the children themselves, they should coj$3erself, as her child'ssun as completely Informed of, what, la hap

I have our sympathy. Also the teach- ,'a changeless: and ever-radiant pening throughout: the world. U. S. Patent Office
For 'child world whither the small restless The Tbrlce-a week World Is fair In Itipolltlca.l WASHINGTON D. C. J J6O
: ers. teaching an unwilling I ,
W::: L. DOUGLAS is no child's play, and it takes some creature, quick at tears and laughter; reports yon can get the truth
from Its columns whether you are a He-
*9.oo3.50,94.00 time to get the wheels of discipline light, fickle, passionate, full of publican or Democrat, and that la what YEARS'EXPERIENCE

&;, 5.00 running smoothly. And yet there storms, may come for fresh stores of you want. "

SHOES is a great, deal in school life nowadays light and warmth, of calm and cour- A spealal feature of the Thrlce-a-weck

: F that is almost delightful. It is age. The mother represents the 'divinity World has always been Its serial fiction I
B tl In the World Itpubllshes novels by the best authors InI
at least interesting wide-awake. to childhood. The religion.ofa .
UNIONMADE the world novel wblcn In book form sell Yl
; boys and girls, and the progress that child depends on what its mother for tl.SO apiece and Its high: standard In TRADE MARKS,

,Boys' they ,make in their studies after the and father are, not on what they say this respect will be maintained In the. .future ; '

Shoos sedactive call of outdoors has been PRINCESS A MOTOR "FAN.... as In the paat. .. tioPDsatcneYFIINT. &c.
Anyone eenrtlna a shelrh and mqQIJlok'
$2.00antf forgotten is the best evidence that The Thrice-a-week World's regular ', a.oertaln our. opinion rte.description. aninventlnn .
subscription price Is'only 1.00 per year I.probably' yntgnrah CommunI.
they appreciate the charm which Princess Victoria the only unmarried ton..trlotU.OOUlldOUtlaJ. "ANOBdOK on Pmeutd
,I and this pays for ISO papers. We'offer for sucurlnp tsste.Patenti
$2.5O comfortable schoolrooms'combined i daughter of the late King Edward this unequalled newspaper and The Ban ."..,w./<
tat Coir CgttittUt t' with intelligent and kindly pedagogical and Queen Alexandra' is said fit together for one year for $1.65. The* ScicfflificAnandsomelr Jlmerltan.

W..L. DouzU: aLoe. are the lowest .methods have contrived to instill to be very much interested in motoring regular subscription. price of the two pa Illnstraled ,..eelll,.. Eerreetelr- -.

prte*quality considered, in the world. into our modem public school. edu and this ,summer has been seeneveI'J pen Is 2.on. eehttlon vnari lour of months any sclentlfle,tl Bold lonrnsl.fry all .nowaittalen."il&corr 1 wru/. $3 r..
Ttoir Hcc.ll nt style, easy fitting and cation. at Harrogate starting out ,
loagl.wearing qualities excel aliGN ofother day New Ynr? .-
ti makes. If you Lave been paying for a trip through the country. She 1 w"bl ltJD.It t:! "

high prices for your shoes,the nest time LIGATN1NO KILLS :ri w. has been ,taking the cure'' there this -

a you triaL..*d You a pair cut gtru aav W.*L.money Douglas on sha your**' In 1906 lightning'kll.ed only 100 people In summer, which may, however, not to write for our confidential letter worth before applying CURTIS L. JONES. '

footwswr and g.t aho. that an Just M his whole county. One's chance of death mean that she i. sick, as it is fashionable We promptly for patent obtain) it U.mar B. and be ForeignPATENTS money .* 4
food in Try way aa those that have by lightning are less than two in a million. to take the "cure" after a Notary Public State at Large. ,' <
been coating you higher prices.. The chances of death from liver kidney or \ <
If you could visit our large factories stemaoh trouble 1* vastly greater, but not winter in society. and TRADE 1MI ARKS or etnl'll EN- All business entrusted to, s,
at Brockton Mu. and see for yourself Ii Electric Bitter are used, a* Bobu Madmen T I IRE Lt rasp l.e. ti4 nd model, .k Cnrphnto tch .
I how carefully W. L. Douglas shoes are I of West Burlington, la. proved. Four When you nave a cold pet a bottle ofChamberlain' F'REE sad report we on send paten&Q IMMEOIATE.b1htT. e give// my care will bave my prompt .t
made,you would then understand why I doctors gave him up after eight month ofsuffering Cough Hemoo,. It will uoon the 6itet. legal service and advice and our t .
they hold their shape fit better aDd charges are moderate. Try no. attention. Fees reasonable,
from liver 'trouble,, and yellowjaundice. fix you up all right anu will ward off any
than other make.
.wear,...,..longer..08 -VT. U Doa,.. nun* and piles Is ., Be was then completely cured by teudenoy toward pneumonia.". This remedy SWIFT & CO., Can be, found at Post Office, J
to pPO et tlirrweror*e andiM.M.M* j Electrio Bitters. They're the best stomach contains no opium or other nyrootle and Patont Lawyoi9f "* ;" ,
, bl..JlrI.ia'f-.shoM ara not for.* i,'.jour and kidney and blood as confidently to a baby as to D.C.
0rGft Ca&aIoco W.I..DoajJae" liver nerve remedy maybe given Opp. U.S. Patent OfficeWashington Wausau Florida i p
L pnolBer on earth. Only BOo at McQeachy's an adult. Sold by All Dealer 4
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W. 11. MILTON, M. L. DEKLE, F. M. Csahter.
THE BANNER. HE WAS DIFFERENT KIND President, Vice-President ,

Magnate Makes Wrong Guess'on Col- Pale Faces First National Ban,
Oburoli Directory legs Man Who Appliesfor ,
M. B. Church, South.-Preaching every Job.
.t and Srd(Sunday at 11 a, m and 8 p.,m. I Pale-faced. weak, and MARI1NNA FLA.
t.. H. Chapuelle, Paltor.abb.tb I The entered the shaky women-who suffer
School 10 W. N. Sheats. young man magnate's
( a. in. office. every day with, womanly Capital $50,000.00
SuperlDtendent. weakness-need the helpof
Prayer Meeting Thursday nights.
Young Men's prayer meeting Tuesday "So you want a job, do you F" the a gentle tonic, witha Solicit Accrants of Banks, Corporations..Firm and l Individaate.

nights. Everybody cordially Invited.Baptist latter gruffly rem8: ked. "Just out building action on the Our twenty year experience in the,banking business enable ua to offer ... ,
I 2nd of college, no doubt?" womanly system. If youare you the beat banking facilities of any bank lowest, Florida. We also have afully
- Ohuroh-Pre..chln every "Yes." I weak-- need Cardui equipped Savings Department in which we pay irtereat on deposits. Accounts -
and 4th Sunday. Rev. Barterpastor.Sabbath : you ,
(School 10 a. m., F. C. Hawk. The magnate sized him up. the woman's tonlcbecause. by mall handled aa easily Send ua aa by personal buaineaa.interview. I

I WoI'rayeMeeting Wednesday nights; "Think you know it all, eh .C rdul will act directly, oat\ your hler.
the of trouble..
"No, sir." cause your
Cardul has a record of
Porto eall a Dlr.eorT.Ofcehours9:3OaO "Imagine you own the earth, no
than 50 of
p m.; ex doubt?" more be years UNIVERSITY Of Florida State For Women
Dept Sundays. "No""Believe success It must good FLORIDA. College
Eastbound mall closes at 10:20 a.m GAINESVILLEA TALLAHASSEE
Westbound mall closes at 8:10 p.m. yourself to be a much bet B60 ,
Institution for
Superior:BtlUae.tpenll Colleen. of Art and !Science Normal School.
Mali from Vernon arrives at 10 ,ter man than your father?" Florida Yoo.r Me*. I School at Miuic.School ot Art. School of Expression :
and leaves on arrival of the east bound CARDUI .School of Hen Economics.
"No. Take Four colleges agricultural experiment tationt First clsas equipment throughout. Tuition
mall. .
'UaI..it.Ioa. 4* profeuora and awlat .
fnsw Other low For
Sunday hours: 11:30 m., to'18:30 p. m., "What was the subject of your ant., 80 percent .increaie.la attendance aut address expenses erjr
Attractive t>olldin and catnpui. For
Honey Orders Issued at all hours when graduating essay p" catalogue year addrara A.A.MUKPakEE.tretUtmt. 'AID tONIA'|"" ..w....
office is except Sundays.J .
open "human
P 8OHKL.L 'P. M The Woman's Tonlc_

"Bemarkably to do real practical.work of. Too, clever ?" ..........................
Oar Clubbing LIe' any Mrs. Effie Graham; of .
BAHITEB: and Semi-weekly Atlanta "No. I' want to.learn the busi- Willard; Ky.. says:' ".' DO YOU KNOW :
Journal, per year 11.75. ness." was so weak I could. I

BAKNBB and Thrice s-week New York The sneer on the magnate's face hardly gob I- suffered .
World; per year $1.69. deepened. nearly every month, for. 3, That now }a the time to build that home or business house :
) Tlmes-lu-) you have been considering The present business depressionhas
nand BAKKKB Citizen and per Semi-weekly year, 11.60. "0,, I've heard of you college years. When I began. to | 9 reduced the price lumber and building materials; labor I Ie
smarties.. The newspapers are all take Cardui, my. back.hurt: ia cheap and plentiful, and,you: can build now for 25 to 50 per .,..
and Farm, .
BAKITBB and nome per year ,
I cent less than
awfully. only weighed.
'1.21\ on to you. If I gave you a job in a
99 Not after "
pounds. Jong
". week you'd be showing me how to I: UNE 1907 OR' JUNE 1908. ':
I weighed 115.: Now, f ,. \.
GeneralDlrectory.;; run the business wouldn't you? do all my' work; and am ; '
OFFICIALS. "No, sir." in good health." Begin When you think of lumber orjbuilding material think of ua It ,"
STATE The magnate'stared at him. taking' Cardui. : and the fact that we have completed a modern up-to-date millwork ]
Governor-Alber W. Gllchrlst. today I mill;.and can furnish everything made of wood used in
Secretary of State-H Clay. Crawford. "All right, son. That will be your building from sills to comb and that we can )
? t-
desk over yonder. You'll get $25 liSLE
I Attorney General Park Trammell. I DO IT QUICK.. :
a week as starter, with an increase
Com Agriculture E. McLln. as soon as you familiarize yourselfwith Sash Mouldings Framing Bank
V. Knott. ,
Treasurer-Wm RIGHT
the work. Good luck to you.-" Door< Casings. Flooring Dreg- J''
Public Instruction-W. M Hollo- ,
Supt. Blindaframes BlUe Ceiling Store
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
way. i e Finish Siding Fixtures.

Comptroller C. Croom. 1 1k e.:' Estimates cheerfully furnished Freight paid, to your ata-
Supreme Court-Thos. M. Shackleford, SAVED HIS WIFE'S 11iVE l tlon if desired.

Chief Justice: Jtt. H. Mabrv. Cler*. Mv wife would have been in her crave; today .

Railroad Commission-R.Hudson Burr writes O 11 Brown'of Muscadine, Ala. : $ MARIANNA MANUFACTURING, CO.,
Chairman; R. C. Dunn:Clerk. bad It, not been for Dr. King's! New Disoovery -

Judge first judicial circuit-J. EmmeU !She: was down In her bed not able to IJ :. MA.RJAn-iNA.- : ,.11'LA. .a,
Wolfe, Pensacola. get up without heir. She bad a severe bronchial
1 hera LO"O.DI>g'QJWtICBAHONEi: t3'1. f
trouble and dreadful cough. got
State Solicitor first Judicial ..circuit-. .
L. Wilson. abe bottle soon of began Dr.King's to mend Hew and Discovery was well,in and a : ......................... f''

-- abort time. Infallible for coughs and colds
U. S. LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS.: Its the most reliable aemedY on earth for ,

H. s. Chubb Register Gainesville Fla. desperate lung trouble,bomorrbn ell,lagrlp
Shields Warren, Receiver, Gainesville asthma, bay fever, croup:, whooping cougb.BOe .
_ WASHINGTON-COUNTY OFFICERS. 8 E and JtcGeacby.|U. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Here a Good. Slogan fora

1.. County Circuit ludR Clerk-W.-I. A.C.Uu.r.cblsonVernoD.Lockey, Vernon.; PERILS-OF MODERN LIFE Bigger and Better ''Rusin esse

,, Sherie-0. O. Allen, ChlpleyvTreasurer
; -H. B. Tilter, V rDon. Aviator Cites Gas of Jorklna to j -Tte Toting Girl -Th .beat thingto "0"0".11.0110.0"0". {,,
.: Lax: Assessor-J.J. Williams, Chlpley, Show Walker I. In aa Great seal a proposal is i a.kiss, U it. aotfTJie '
Tax Collector-W. B. Oaluer. Kconhna.!: Danger as Flyer Widow-No;,a.vitnea*. DON'T BLOCK THE WAY1:
Supt. Public Instruction-B. F,Gainer
", Wausau.Supervisor. Miss Harriet Quimby, after one of II i fast.aB.the.
Move roce8Sion-or Take
move'out. the
: of Registration; -J, W, her daring aeroplane flights at Min- 1 had been.troubled with constipation for as :

Gainer, Econfina. eola L. I. smiled lightly at a re two years and ffled.all the best physician pace of the.company you ate in or .make way fori.the:
In coeld do nothing .
County follc"orA.. D, CarmichaeL, Bristol Tens and they <<
Chipley.CoaatySurveyorTboS.Colllns. porter's mention of the danger of tor me. writes Thos. E. William, Mlddlo- behind.
Cary ,,flying. boro, Ky. Two packaged of ChAmberlain'
!0h there's danger everywhere," Stomach:! and liver Tablets cured' me. For \
vllle Fla, Don't standin the way of new ideas. Don't pause in
All Dealer
she said. "The walker is in as much \
i County Commissioners .
path of better system. Don't settle down on the ladder of
J.T. fllghtower. Chairman, Vernon. ,danger almost as the flier. Did you
iJ A. C. Gilbert Chlpley.a. never hear about; the fate of Jor- Success. Don't be aharnaclo: 'the ship of pregress.: ,
:. L. Davis, Wausau. TOO. MANY BOOKS.
kinsr __ '
f ,r J. H,Porter Mlllvllle(! ,
? 1>. F.Onnn, Santa Bosa.Hchoal "Jbrkins, poor fellow, came' from Barqaby Rich, in hiia.preface to "A Chan eJI1eaQs progress. Progress:meanaadvancement

Board the country to New York. The noise New Description, of__ Ireland..". publiehed -

'I G. B.Bash, Chairman Orange Bill and confusion of New York quite in 1600, writes 8 .. l Advancement mean&-JDO\\ement.'\ MOVE! I
", S.J. Gainer. St. Andrew. upset hhim. Threading his way "One of the diseases of this age is

w. F Runs. Vernon.-- across the'busy street, he thought. he the multitude of books, that.doth so DON'BLOCK THB' WAY? I

would go mad. I overcharge the world that it is not I
CHIPLEY B.CITY Wells.OFFICIALS. "Clank! Clank!1' able to digest the abundance of idle

Marshal Mayor-U.-U. M. Farrior, '''J orkins leaped to the right j justin matter that is every day hatched and .

... clerk and Tre..nrerW. W. Cook. I time to escape a motor car. brought into the world, that are at !
Council-A. D. Carmichael eha.lrm..o. "'Ding-a-ling I Ding-dong.' divers in their forma'' aa theirau*

'''' C. B.Dunn HiMcGeachy, O. E. Tharp "He darted to the left from under tbors are: in their faces. It ia but a

W. O, Boiler Jr. the very wheels of an automobile fire thriftless and thankless occupation,
... .
engine. this writing of books., A man were

'Hum-m-ml' better to sit, singing in a cobbler's II

The Banner "Jorkins, looking 'up in the air shop, for his pay ia certainly-a,penny I

now saw a monoplane} ,." its tail a patch I But a book: writer; if he Yr. l lI lr

smashed, falling straight upon him gets sometimes a' few eommenda..

k. Hp glared wildly round.caught sight tions of the judicious, he shall be I! '

Chipley! Fla. of a manhole lifted the cover and sure to reap thousand reproaches of

:;j jumped down into a black hole justin the'malicious VA.TKKBIBLIC
time to be cut in half by an'underground H
Stands far the Upbuildlnf:>f j jCbiplcy "
electric train. BUJNDBR.

'I to neglect liver trouble. Never do It. Take ..
_ JUGS FOR FLOWERS. Dr. .Iviasc'; New-Life Pill.**:the first sigh A handsome, new style in

of constipation, ,billlou ne a or- inactive .
Diamond Grade ;
our :
Washington County The girl who likes a few growing bowels and prevent virulent indigestion $3.00
things around her, no matter how Jaundice or gall.tonee.They regulate';Uter that will give the finishing \
And, Florida; should not bother stomach and bowels and bulKV u= yeuir touch
simple they are, health. Only 25o at Mctieachy'a. to any costume.;? P:..
handsome She
about procuring yaae I
should take up the new fancy for This is- only one of. ouc new patterns. t tAsk

Subscription, $1 Per: Year. using old English beer jugs.. They A. G. McQuagge, your dealer to show you his styles of (, t

an made in America as well as in \,
England, and have all sorts of pictures Notary Public Diamond Brand Sho l., Ha: should have
y We make a Specially of State at. Large. in
... on them from' Westminster them all grades at all!prices for. men.
Abbey, in London to the Independence : 4 '
Neat. OARMIUBAE :1:1At as well as for women and. children..
rt -, hall, in Philadelphia. AD, J ;

Artistic The jugs are low and broad and toruey at I .*.w I

Commercial Printing have wonderful coloring. They come S..Col leetloue.a. SpeolAltyChlplwr'. &O a =r I-j

i in purple, in green and in brown, ; 1 Flat ,

I i !t ,___ _j.-.. _..*_ -_ and sell for reasonable prices fVFMAffZMOffFrWZ SHOES THAN ANY

.. The Banner : Every: family has need of a good reliable J). J. JO NE1Qttorney.At.Latw Se ,1
,' liniment.: For sprains,'bruises, soreness of ,
the muscle. and rbauraatlo pales there Is
< ', ,
i i'hjj non better than (;hamber alll'.. Hold: by I
Chipley, Fla. All Dealers. Oil IP LEY. FLA. I.-Try an advertisement in The Banner;
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NOTICE FOR P BLICA TION. ..........................
t" Department of the Interior
(Prickly Ash Poke Root and Potassium) U. S. Land Office at Gainesville, Fla. .

f, ; + Prompt !Powerful Petmanent Notice la hereby December given, that 16, Tallle 1911 A,
+ r Finch of Econflna, Florida who, on 8eptembnr 1Wire Fence.
\\1 ,t Ito beneficial ef.' Stubborn can Good reculti arc 25, 1909. made Homestead Entry i
feet are usually yield to P, P. P. I..Untr-i' miresfelt Serial Nu.05858 for Eti( of tJW'. Section
very quickly when other. medl you tostay cured, 20, Township 1 north Radxe 13 went, "
em. ... uae1en Tallahassee Meridian baa filed notice .
of Intention to make Final Commutation .
Proof to establish claim to the land aboved"scrlbed.betore
.P. P. P. the Clerk of the Circuit
Court at Vernon, Florida, on the lUst day 8 ::
of January 1913, 1Lp0 ; : : UI
: + Makes rich red, pure blood-cleanses the entire Claimant names as witnesses: Perry R
system- clears the brain-strengthens digestion and nerves.A Hutchison. Julius Becoots, Will Ilanner.Flnoh >i
W,,tI. all of Fconflna, Florida 30
positive specific for Blood Poison and skin diseases. Henry S. Chubb, a :
Drives out Rheumatism and'Stops the'Pala; ends Malaria; Ed fee paid. Reotater 24

is a wonderful tonic and body-builder.; Thousands endorse it.'' NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.

F. V. UPPMAN SAVANNAH GA..DEEP Department of the Interior d (
d D. S. Land Office at Gainesville, Florida!
December 10, 1011. 1
Notice la hereby Riven that John D Ji
Harrell 1 whose post Office address is

of UreenheadFlorida March, 1911.+.ele ,In did this on office the 9th Sworn day ...........--:-"". .." -_,M.IywM.My............ -...-....__..n..r...
MYSTERY IN LONDON Thorough Tes$;. Statement:! and Application, No.08460, to 0 e
, -- purehate the N of SVVtf, Section 24,
Township 1 north, Range 15 west, Tallahassee
UnMntMd P..on,1Ae".* a YeHy One,that will'Conv'lnce the Most Meridian and the timber thereon, : Just a word Farmers and Fence Builders:
Donation at Russian Embassy"For under the provisions of the act of June 3. v
( Skeptical Cbjpley --Woman.
1878. and acts amendatory, known as the
a Russian- ChllCLml't.ery Cures that last are cures that count' "Timber infant and be fixed Stone: by Law appraisement: at such ,valueas and ': Having made a deal for'Ten Car Loads :

: A soJatWd Doan's Kidney Pills make thorough that pursuant to such application, the
,: for which no land and timber thereon have been ap-
; has been found during the last six: Cures. ralsedatThree Hundred Twenty Dol ': of the Best, American Steel Wire Fence, we,
The following came is typical. lara, the ''timber estimated at 80,000 vP*
or seven years is contained in this board feet at$3.50 M., and the land ,
Chipley residents ahould-be- convinc per e are in position to make' better prices'than 0
": announcement in the Times: $40.00 and the land has a distinct value of I you
1.00 per acre for turpentine purposes $ 'e
. I
*TTh imperial. Russian embassy, ed.The testimony'is confirmed-the cure that said applicant will offer final proof ever before. -
to acknowledge with thanks lasted. In support DC,his i application and sworn 49 e
i statement On the 28th day of February, jfS%
receipt of an anonymous donaforaBuflsianchild ,I Proof like'this cannot be Ignored. 1912 .before the Clerk of the Circuit Courtat : '
/" f VernoD, Florida. Be sure you see us beft buying wire $
/ Mrs. W. P. Richardson of Chlpley, Anv person taut liberty to protest this '
Making what has become a yearly Fla., says: "It elves me pleasure 'to purchase before entry or Inltiare a contest g*
elsewhere It saved
atany time before issues, by : means money
r t, a messenger)called)at the Bns- say that the good results derived from filing a corroborated affidavit In this of-

, embassy, Chesham place on Doan's Kidney Pills in my home have I the fide, alleging facts which would. defeat. .
I 'and '''without hisidentity been -permanent- 'A 'member of my entry.
onday 'disclosing Henry S. Chubb. |

: J1 handed, ,footman a,small, plaint family for had years.suffered This from kidney troub'le! com was Ed fee paid Reltlster.Ma.t.r : Hdw. ,Co.

packet addressed the ambassador.The !. Sale
made apparent by a constant dull pain $

- >jrayto'packet the was chancellery taken in of the the usual em- across his back and irregular passages foreclosure Under and Issued by Virtue out of of a final the decree Circuit 01 ..................... ..
secretions. His
oj the kidney josnU Court of Washington Florida
1 :'basay, and on being opened was' were stiff and sore'and orten his whole Ninth Judicial Circuit ot Florida, on the .... ''t",1lU..tI ,
'k found to contain a small "leather' body was lame. We finally heard of: Fourth! day of November 1911, In .a cer- .Uk"",". -: ""' ,"
tain cause.therein pending wherein D. J.
,puree, in which: "were ,a, number of, Doan's Kidney ,Pills,and got a box Jones was plaintiff, and N. K. ,Coffleld
postal orders, to the value of.twenty-' at McGeachy.a drug store. The first and Clara me Coffleld as Special were Master defendants'to sell cer-directing : BAY HEAD INN ,

five shillings. The packet was ad- few doses brought relief and continueduse tain real property situated In said county : '

dressed to his imperial majesty, 'the restored the patient to good health. the and Court State House, I will door offer In the for town sale of before Ver- ; E. M. NEWMAN. Proprietor. l'

1 czar of Russia, and on the top left- for sale. by all dealers. ,Price SO non In Washington county, Florida atpnbllc Head' FlorJda.Mecca ,
: Bay .
outcry to the highest and best bid ,
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
,hand corner were written the ,words der for cash, during the legal hours of
"For a RussIan Child. The parcelwas New York,'sole agents for the United sale on'Monday, the first daypt, January : of the Tourist Angler, Sportsman .
States. A. D. 1913, the following real estate ,
repacked, sealed with the embassy I UHwIt: Lots numbers One Three Five, : ......'..'..t-SSSIW.........
seal and sent to the court Remember the nameDoan'andI Seven and Nine, all per map filed by W. :

chamberlain at St. Petersburg. The I I no other. R. Miller county In the, Florida Clerk's, and office being In a Washington part- : Rates Per: Day j Newley, Furnished ) Find Boating: :
{ }
parcel on other. occasions has been I LUCk of ter Northeast of Section quarter Four of, Township'Northwest quar-Four, ). $1.00 and $1,50 ( Good Table. J and Bathing:
delivered in curious ways. It was HIS GOOD. North of Range Thirteen West, In the
town of Chlpley, Washington county, p !r A "i
sometimes: found .in the letter box, Florida. drosmr u
I on the window sill or on the door- Purchaser to pay for deed. '
J. M. SAPP: ,
I step. In epite of every effort on the, 7 Special Master.M .
I part of the Russian embassy to unravel 1
..sitet'fe> ;Se;le. Palmer College
l the motives underlying this Kiltie -
Under and by virtue bf a final decree 01
'act'of beneficence the mystery foreclosure Ixsnied out of the Circuit
|remains unsolved.-London Evening Court of Washington county Florida
Florida For and Girls.
Ninth Judicial Circuit of on the Boys
tandard., Fourth day of November, 1911. In a cer- .
tain cause therein pending wherein J. T.
;DO THE WORK OP WOMEN. Gilbert was plaintiff, and I. L. Whlddon De P 4tiietk Springs, Florida.
and Halite Whlddon were defendants, directing
me as Special Master to tell cer- 399OOOO99OOOO
Among some of'the American In- tain real property situated, In said county '
and State, I will offer for sale'before the Located at beautiful'DeFuniak Sorines, seat of Florida Chau-
|an tribes of the southwestern Unit- Court House door In the tow of Vernon, tauqua.' Highest altitude in the State. Artesian water. Good
In Washington Florida at public
States, says a writer in Wide- outcry to the highest county and best cash bid- health. Well equipped buildings. Successor to the State Normal
,. orld Magazine, there is a curious der during the legal hours of sale on School.) Strong faculty.' Gymnaseum, tennis, new athletic field.

custom of men occasionally assumingthe 1913 Monday, the following the First described day of January real ,estate A. D., Home-like school. Careful oversight. Offers thorough academic

work of women as,a life occupa- to-wit; ; A lot commencing where section courses and college courses through Freshman and Sophomore.
line between sections Four and Five Intersects "
Music and Art.
( tion. This, when it occurs, IB vbl ,right-of-way/ ; of L. & N./R. R.
undertaken and to ." on south aide thence East seventy vurda.thence -- -
1' untarily seems --
u South one hundred yards to Jackson Elementary Department.The .
be due to'a preference for:feminine street thence West seventy yards,

I labon, the man sinking his identityas "Any luck my boy?" thence beginning.North one A lot hundred commencing yards to; where pointof Elementary Department covers the eight grades of the

I 'far as possible by assuming "Purty ,good ,luck I Dare's only section line between sections Four and grammar school and is taught by a separate faculty of thoroughly

i 'woman's garb. Pueblo Indians of been two old inquisitive' guys alongsethi" side Five thence Intersects East Jackson seventy street yards on thence South trained teachers. .

I Zuni, N. M., do their share of the me questions/ South one hundred and forty y'rdsftoenee Parents the best thing you can do for your children is
West seventy yards thence North to educate them under Christian influences.- school
'regulation'woman's work in the one hundred and forty yards, to point of 'Perhaps no
.household 'of which they happen to, beginning/ In Section Four, Township in Florida offers you better advantages for Itbem than Palmer
Tour, North of Range Thirteen Webt in College
:be members-grinding corn, making the town of Chipley, Washington. county, .,
bread, carrying water, etc.-and ,DENTAL SURGEON Florida.Purchaser to pay for deed.J. School opens September '27th, 1911.
seem thoroughly respected. One Chipley. FloridaOffice M. SAPP. __Send for illustrated catalogue to 'i '
Special Master.
Would be quite deceived by their oos- .. '
Rev. Lynn R. Walker President or
be : over First Nat'l Bank. ,
tames into supposing them to -

I ,'women' did not their ;deep toned WE DO Prof. 0. '0.. Fisher, ..Principal.MACHINERY ; :

, I voices betray'their masculinity. 'jI Dunn-Coleman Co's is the placeto

I "' buy your Hardware. See'them BILL P LETTERHEADS FARQUHAR CO.

; ; ACHIEVEMENT. they guarantee every transaction 431 E. Bay Street* '
: ,
must be satisfactory. _. '
; "I want you to notice 'that'man NOTE $ ENVELOPES .
'Orith t the bald head, third chair.from BEAnS* I nUSIN SSSTATE'MENTS. ''Largest stock of Machinery

.' [the end, at the speaker's' table? in Florida for saw mills 'and'

I 1"V "Yes, I see him. What's his N CARDS planing mills.EARQUHA'R. -

.i& "Springgold. He's getting a big MILL.' T 'been built for 57 years;

I Imputation as a language specialist." CHECKS I CBEC more built today than any oth'
, What's his
,\ "Language specialist? .
f pecialty?" RECEIPTS .1DRAFTS ere. iLet us tell you why.

jf, Well, he has discovered that the WEDDING 1\ VISITING' Send for catalog, and price.

\, ><.l letter 'i' can be pronounced in 27 INVITATIONS: ,, G CARDS: ,

:, 1 1,:iJ.* ILaj tfel'ent. ways.A BUSYBODY."" The simplest t;, lightest running,fast TO: ORDER YOU, WANT JO'A p?

eat cutting saw mill ever built- mill a Better !
\ ,; "What is his business?" that you can buy at&hel'ight.JIrioe and: I ___

I. I t(, "Chiefly that of amateur invcati- with which you can make big money. College of Agriculture That'question will t>e asked you almost daily by businessmen seeking your

Kfttor." It's all in the Taylor Feed of Florida. services if qualify-take the Draughon Training-and show ambition to rise.
University hANKERS .
More indorse DRAUGHON'S Colleges than indorse all other business
; 'f jiff fuEh7 Every" mill fitted with wire edblt drive, Oflers In Agriculture: A 4-year colleges COMBINED, 48 Colleges in 18 States. International reputation.
I "O other people's affair* set-out; attachments and adjustableidler. Bank In r. Typewriting.'Frnmaixhlp, Ee..Ileh}, (tpeUI..... Arltfcaitfle. Letter Writ In*. DutlaosiIw
( i Improved" eanlsge-backing devise course; a 2-year: course; a 1-year -KBfcK: ..:IllU)' brioche. Good POSITIONS: GUARANTEED: under ro. m8ble conditions.
, 'It 't it+pt' IB qtttck Rats and a HIM tweet, course; a 4-ntonths course; a 4-week Bookkeeping. Bookkeepers all over Horn StUd,.. T1'ousandsofbankeash-
FARRIOR Made In all Ides. portable and, stationary. armer's course; 14 correspondence the United States say that Draughon's fens, bookkeeper, and sUnofraf/iers are
.i New of tho result of
System Bookkeeping saves them holding good positions as
"We manufacture Engines, Boilers;! courses. A course for every need. You from 25 to 50 per cent\Vorkl1ndworry.. taking Drau hon's Home Study.
'J' DENTIST. Shingle Machines. Cut-Off SawsWood have education enough to enter one, of Shorthand. Practically all U. S. offi CATALOGUE. For prices on lessons:
\ Splitters etd., and do Foundry Work. these courses. Find out which one by vial court reporters write the System of BY MAIL, write JNO. F. DftArCHOir,
Writ far lotmutlra and priaM on antblofyon writing to Shorthand Dranghoii Colleges. teach. Presidesr Niihvlllt, Ttnn. For tree cr.talogne : -
Crown and Bridge Work a, Specialty* neod.Mattery J. J. ,VERNON Whyt Because they know it is the best.DKATJGHON'S on course A T COLLEGE, wno

..,ALL,, WORK Gp aANTEED.. I & Taylor Iron. .Work.', 's College of Agriculture, Gainesville, PKACnCAlTJacluonrill. nUSINESS< nnT.T/Ff:
.OMce over ChtplevJ3l2l" e_'nar' >k' I" MACON.a Florida: tuition Free. ..Flal,or A'....'..Ca.;or Mobile or Montgomery; ,Ala.:

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Two Wrecks On B. C. I.
; I' "
'r" ( "
] Personal IT The" B. C. railroad came' near ] Town Topics. IT

having two serious wrecks last

i Lawrence Pippin of Vernon, week. First accident occurred, The merchants had ,a splendid THE BIG U-N

j was in town Tuesday.C. Saturday night;engineer McFad- holiday: trade. I

P. Gilbert of the Sexton section den was backing in with one of After holidays come the holler for ; '

,,was in town Friday. the fouihport; Lumber Co's train days of the politicians.Next (
.I\H. Porter was up from Ver- and ran into some cars near the write, it Absolute
you can 'Reliability ,
non on business Thursday.J. depot, going at a pretty lively ,
clip; as a result the engine was 1912, if you don't forget it,
G. Brown of Snead, was a
derailed and some of the track We are told that several scraps L

business visitor here Friday. torn up, but,no one was injured took place in Vernon Christmasday. Anchor with "The Big Un." .1 k'

Rev..Chappelle and family left The second accident occurred ,Considerate'conservatism in banking is to care for, Ii \
Tuesday evening for ,Brewton.Dr. Sunday afternoon near Soutbport
Several family reunions took the interests'of aU trades and all classes, 'wbile catering -
W. H. Grace and wife of Engineer Williams was takingthe
place Monday,and big Christmas to,favoring or,capttalizinenone..
Lumber Co's train
Ayc'ock, were in town Tuesday. I Southport dinners served.
back 'home, and in crossing, a WE DO THIS "
Rev. M. E. Grant of Wausau, The Bond election for good
small trestle the track sunk and
was here a day or two last week. roads is being held What Railroad
the top of some piling which had today. at our "shantv" on the corner of Sixth and

C. C. Johnson one of Vernon's been driven the will the result be? ). BE
recently struck Streets, (the,intersecting streets to prosperity,

prominent citizens, was in town ash-pan under the engine and The Masons held a meeting WITH US AND ,WE WILL BE WITH,,You. .

Friday.D. knocked it of, and turned the Wednesday to install their recently ," : :
: '
J. Jones and Uncle Dan Buie trucks under the rear end of the elected officers. , Th"e "I, ;:' .'i'f.' '':

went to Campbellton to spend tender off the track. No one was The litle "Dickey Bird" is say- h ,
hurt, but to get back on the track First I,
Christmas. in
ing there is to be a wedding I ...
took several hours hard work.
Hoyt Fryer lrft Sunday ,for a .. town soon. Guess who. National '

short visit with his parents at Good resolution for 1912: Hold l k '. .
Panama City had a fire Satur- / '
Albany, Ga. 1 hands with Joy and sell the old "
day night and three buildings Bank of
McDavid Trouble Mill for scrap iron.
Lem Robertson of ,
were burned. One of the buildings ,
is vis'visiting his ,parents near was occupied by Misses The largest crowd ever seen Chipley.

Orange Hill. Kate and Rosa Gainer who did a in Chipley, excepting a few special \

Leslie Britt, a dental studentin splendid millinery business. occasions, was here Satur-
;i New Orleans, is at home for Their stock, valued at about $2-! day, _

the holidays.W. 000, was a total loss, and they Booze seemed to be plentiful

.,O. Wells and wife of Alford carried less than $1,000 insur- Saturday and several got more of
anc. Their numerous friends it than they could convenientlycarry.
> visited homefolks: here Tuesday
and Wednesday. here will be sorry to know of this OUR
misfortune coming to them.
,' >fAttorneyR. A. McGeachy 6* Don't torget, Dr. Yates, the
/ Milton, spent the holidays herd The Christmas tree a't the Baptist Optician, will be at McGeachy'a PRESCRIPTIONDEP1tRTMENT'

: I with his mother. church Monday evening, giv- drugstore next Tuesday, ,''Janu-
en by the Sunday School, was a ary 2nd.
medical student at Atlanta, came fair. Every member of the Sun- The B. C. railroad brought, in I We consider the most important part of our business. It

home to spend Christmas. day school was remembered,each about 200 passengers from South- is well stocked with the purest and freshest of drugs and
\ port and other; Bay points, Friday chemicals that be obtained and it is complete in
can every
T. ,E. Johnson, a prosperous receiving a box of candy, some
naval stores operator at Ebro fruit.and, a toy or a book. "OldSanta" evening particular. Our customers may rest assured that any

was one of the'visitors here Frjxday. seemed to enjoy 'dispensing A crowd of the young people prescription they' may bring us, will be accurately" and,

.' ,the gifts as much as the chil- spent a few hours pleasantly at carefully compounded. .
<. did the home ot Mr. and Mrs. E. S. '
dren in receiving them. f 11
Mrs. Amanda Bryan and chil- I Craven Christmas evening. S. E. McGeachy, CHIPLEY, '

drent of Round Lake, are spend- Christmas in Chipley was quiet -,

ing some days here with her par- and Old Santa made his 'accustomed :;-I Mrs.; W. J. Schell had Christ Prescription: Druggist Phone36.

'ents., annual visit, and from mas tree for the union, mission

all we can learn was very generous -:'I Sunday school in the eastern por-
W. A. Prince and wife of Hart-
in the distribution of hrs fav- tion of town, Tuesday afternoon.A .
ford, Ala., were here to spend There are many good shoes, Handsome new line of' ha ;

Xmas with Mrs. ,Prince's par- ors this year. prisoner in the city lock-up but the Star'Brand shoes are the goods at the Misses Richardson)

ents. Boyd Cox, a student in the succeeded in liberating himself best made. Sold in Chiplev only Carr match any color of hair. ,

State University at Gainesville, Tuesday night, by tearing a hole by T. L. Wells & Bro, WANTED.
E. A. Simonton was ''up from -Cash paid for ba
through the,wall with the aid of
Fountain and visited among his passed through town Friday en- '' LOST-Sigma Nu Fraternity Alligators and unhatched eg]

1 friends' here a few days last 'route to his home at Vernon\ to a'bar of iron. I:Pin, with Louie D. Carlton's name Can use about 100C. E. PIJ/j(
week. spend We have no,apology to offer for .engraved on back. Finder bring Chipley, Fla. ." \,

Miss Birtha Daniel, a student Quite a, crowd of the young this week's paper. The local I to Bariner office and.. get reward. .
'in the seminary at Staunton, Va. people gathered at the hospitable news is short, but the editor is J '_A_ Orion'Lodge, No. ,40,-
Alford home Tuesday eveningand taking a semi-holiday. We would Oysters, 35c' qt.
1 came home to spend the Christmas ]frV\ F. A. M.
holidays., spent a few .hous most pleas- have done as many other pf the Good Butter, 35c Ib
Regular Communications: Second
antly in a social way. State papers will do this week,
lOc doz. and Fourth
Bananas, Saturday Friday night in
W. H. Fuller was up from Ver- .. ,
R. L., Lambright'' of Milton, not issue any paper at all, had it each month.
non Saturday to meet his brother Cranberries, 20c qt., Visiting Brethern cordially Invited
was in the.city between trains, not been for legal advertisementswhich W. L. TAYLOR, W. M.
whom he had not in thir- ,
Monday. compel' us. AT SCHELL'S W. W. JONES; Sec.
4 ty-eight years.
J .
Miss,Agnis McKenna, a stud-
ent at Columbia College at Lake

'tri City, spent, Christmas here the This is to give notice to all my
guest of friends. -vX dental patients, and all others

Alex Campbell, who is a studl* who may wish dental work done,
/ ait that I will be out of town for two '
ent in the State University New Year
I / weeks, commencing Monday, Happy ?,
l' I' I Gainesville, is at,home home for

I the holiday season. J January 8th.. Be governed accordingly -:i I :" ,

Miss Exa McQuagge, who is I DR. R E. TILLER.I I .'

teaching'' at St. Andrew, came .. "
F" :, home to spend the holdiay sea ,' To
For Rent.--Two furnished Everybody.
,, ', son- with ber parents. rooms. Apply toMRS. r 1 ,

I'' : / Leslie Alford who is attending i T. C. JONES. ,
/ school in Virginia, is at home for 1 ," 1 t:', '

( the holidays, much to the plefes- Dunn-Coleman Co's is the I ,f
Jfi; \ure of the younger set. / : '4"' "
iat3x: ::
; I
''''' ',
do two things at once is to 1-,1 '
:: 'W H. Faulk and
4I son passed '
< .
do neither "
.1\ ,
through this week enroute to ,' \ <", '.., ," '
j l \ ';!'I" 'c, '
their home at Clarksville, from ,atrip Dunn-Coleman Co. are prepared :. '

to Hot Springs, Ark. 'N to do a wonderful business ::1 :>Aud"wheli; you'., wand. anything .
+. ,
during 1912. t >
.u / John Taylor, who has been in E. ',: ., ,.I 4\ "'. ,
/ Three is no hunger keen das '
4 Athens, Ga., tor the 'past few '
' f [ months, came home to spend tho' the hunger for sympathy.. '<- in, Hardware :come to see '
I .
loiidays'with his parents. NThipley Genesis 3717.' And I beard ,I ,I V"' 1 '" ', ,

$ Bryan and, wife, now them say: Let us all go to-Dunn -".( I

/ located at Live Oak, came home Coleman Co for hardware.No .

I, tospend Christmas with' his parents matter how lazy a man may ."' r

t : V Rev. and Mrs. W. A.Bryan be, his laziness seldom extendsto

,' ** .- *-Gainer of Holland, T iT his tongue. Dunn-Coleman Company Chiatr ;

'r came in last week and went out Dunn-Coleman Co. have received FU.

j,. :: ,to Econfina'to visit withhis parents a car load ot Improved"Oliver A. G. McQUAGGE. General i Manager.
, '; '. Mr. and Mrs. W, W. ,Gainer Plows; this is the ,best'' chilled
Sr. plow; made.

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