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: May 2, 1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Chipley
Coordinates: 30.779167 x -85.539167 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024681
oclc - 33427638
notis - AFA6585
lccn - sn 95047263
System ID: UF00075891:00302
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Succeeded by: Washington County news (Chipley, Fla.)

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Vol. XIX. Cblpley. Washington" County, Florida, May :. ':
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Red Pront Store..' ... -, nt. years, and '
Pho..e, ,. T4. ... -,'. ,: LADIES
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6RCClRit rt, W: THE HOME, :T '- i MUSLiN' UNDER ou con, .

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', 't t. Nearly all THE FLESHY We have the best assortment' of Jjd-

People in Town Are Among* MUSLIN UNDERWEAR ever shown in 4

our Patrons. ley,and the prices are exceedingly reas\'

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I- That is Our Strongest BidFOR .

: THIN PBOPLB'.S TRADE! \ You can get ready-made UNDERWEAR -- -,

L. < n I o o oN"''I'6< I ,. from us cheaper than you' can buy. the Material ':f

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'BLACK'EYE PEAS. 'CABBAGE. ,. 'l" S So Why not buy it ready-made,
S RICE..', I MEAT and LARD. .
GRITS,'Fine and Coarse.:? ,- FLOUR. ,," '
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-ONLY, 9TATUR OP. DICKKNt. f Cost Him a Customer.A Consistent Liar. Boat Schedule at Soatfaport.
1 woman went into a store in The poor editor was dying;but The B. 'C.,,& St.,A. Railroad
West Philadelphia hold the only
i statue of Charles Dickens In. th Eagle Rock a suburb of Los Angeles when the docter placed biz i ear to have; 'made arrangements with
world lays the Philadelphia Pres.glance'gi and bought ten 'cents Excursion Faresto the patient's heart and muttered Tiller & Blackwell to run their
n e4'' Hardly eve4>; .'passing.n "* worth of candy The clerk put sadly. "poor fellow ,circulation boat in connection with the',B. C.
by hurrying pedestrian to thU the candy carefully into a bag almost gone." the editor raised train, and, you ,can buy through
t "r 4 monument of bronze, and granite, and instead of handing it tob r MACON, GA. AND RETURN. himself and gasped "'Tis false tickets from Chipley to any pointon
'f k' t.. writer seated and first beheld out''his hand for the we have.the.largest circulation of the bay., '" '.-" """>
looking lovingly W1< upon: the upturned money.. The woman pailcl"'for'the '' any paper in the county]" then Going north this boat will ob
head', of "Little Nell" the purchase ands she walked out Rate From Chipley, $5.45 sank back upon his pillow with a serve the following sched ule.
child of his brain. The monument the door with a,triend was heardto smile upon his face: He was-consistent Leavo Mlllvllle 9:30.: a.m.
1> a bronze group:by E. Edwin El- "I Tickets Snld May 5.6,7,8, Leave Panama 10:15! ..,
say: guess that clerk to the end, dying, lying pity: ara.
well the famous sculptor and waspurchased Return Limit, May J.5, 1912. Leave 8t. Andrew 11:00: u.ra.\''
thought I was to grab that about his circulation.MayoFree
going .
; several years ago by thecity Leave 'Lynn Haven 12:10'pm.: ;
",, branch of the Falnnount Park candy and'run. For further information see your Press. .. Arrive Southport 12:30: p.m.
Art association.. It had been intended This seems but a small- thing railroad agent or write, Going South, the boat will be
; It if the Mexicanswere
S S to grace the'.great Central Free but it was enough' to make this J, W.l.-URTON. 1>..P..A. seems determined as to keeo cuttingup in waiting on arrival of train, and
'A Library building that is,now planned woman decide to change and do ,Pensacoia, Fla. there will be ,no'delay.
as one of .the buildings along th business with another store.- capers!; until Uncle Sam has to R. F SCARLETT,
Parkway. While. was lying unused Southwest Commercial Bulletin. go down there and take.a few .of General Manager
L Clark'; park 'was opened and, the Dr. T. G. YatesEye them over his knee and administer .
,c statue was 'mounted there. Specialist, I a spanking. And when your Milk Cows for Sale.
Dunn Coleman Co. have the Will be in Chipley at Dr. Wilson's I Uncle Samuel goes there will be
Four fresh young ,cowsand, ___ -
Dunn Coleman Co. are prepared finest,line of Sceren Doors and office the First Tuesday in July taU jumping around getting to calves;also some dry cattle for
t to sell, you all kinds of Windows .ever brought. to Chip- 1912. Consultation and exami- the open country where the run- sale at a bargain.W.
',:It Hardware. See tbeo ley. nation free. ning will be easy. E' MORRIS.

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That's' the question that is sometimes hard to solve. We have the solution with the proof of l1/.

i t::: the problem all figured out. It's easy to demonstrate that we'"can save you ,money on your t

purchases, giving you an assortment to select from as large as, any shown Washington County. ita

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The women who have visited our Dry Goods DepartMen's Furnishings l have not been overlooked by us. O/,

t ment have been loud in their praise of the assortWe can talk to you about a new Hat, Shirt, Collar.'i'

g ment found,on our shelves:and they are likewise stirCuffs, Ties, Underware Hosiery or in fact anything it/

'.: 8 prised at the modest price. Quality and Cheapness you need and we will talk it.in, such a way that it

r; 0o hand in hand at our store :.: ':-: :.:. :.:: will sound like the jingle of dollars in your pocket.

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THE BANNER Business Man's Ten Commandments. ..-

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PUBLISHED BVKBT: THURSDAY: Rule 1. Give me more than I

At ClhlpUy P1w.r. expect and I'll pay you more ,
1. \ than you expect. I can afford to
PI:, .. WAI TBR W.OOISBl: Bdltor.Knurcd i
, ---r increase your pay if you increasemy -P9ny
!.!,,)..','.. Mcoud daM at malt the matter.portoffica at Cblpley.FU.. .. profits. .- oy ,,

?.." ., .'::- Rule. II. Watch your work .
0)1) :. '' BUBSORIPTIOUtATES& not the clock. A long day's work

11\;'. OMJC TBAB,........."..............'1.00set makes a long day. short, and a -
MONTHS...... ..... .. ........ .50THBKX For BoY
' MOUTHS......... ......... .25AdTortlslnc short day's work makes my face < ,
long. .
ratsslurnished on application.: Rule III. Don't lie-It wastes

1i Communications on live topics, espe- my time and yours. It's sure to ...:
r.., dally la understood of local,Interest however,are that solicited.the publish-It catch you in the end and that's 'A New Line of those famous PONY'' ROY''i.. '"
v! of TUB BANHKB wilt not be responsible the end. ;
for '
;/ opinions expressed by
'iii'" Rule IV. You Owe so much to SUITS have just been receive; u ; r ,
BANHSB wants a live representative J '"
yourself that you can't afford to
,; and correspondent at every postofflce
F.: In the county with, and the will rI make rt, parties.liberal arrangements owe any body else. Keep out of We have all styles I and sizes, from, ,six;to'- ... 'j
debt or keep out of shop. '
my 1
seventeen years. Now boys WHY NOTONE 6E"tft : I
HURIIDAV. May.: :Stt9ta. Rule V. Dishonesty is never I

t 1 an accident. Good men, like good before another boy gets]YOURrSI,ZE. .1' ,< j

The Panama Pacific expositionat women, can't see temptation

'\, San Francisco will open Feb- when they meet it, '
Also a complete line of Stunts, :Collars j : -
and close Decem ,
.: ruary 20 1915 Rule VI. Mind your own ,, ,
ber 4, 1915 a season of 41 weeks. business and In time you'll have Ties. Shoes and Straw Hats Come in and'letS .-' < I
business of to mind. ,... i '
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US DRESS you *
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A porket telephone has been ,., / I
Rule VII Don't do any thing -
patented. Before long we will be
which hurts self-respect.
S.' fleeing from the civilization we -
The employee who willing to ;
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have made, says the. Times Uni ( ,
... steal for me is also capable of
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stealing trom me. "

In 1911 there were 240 accidents Rule VIII. It is none of my Campbell & Dekle Company.

caused by defective rails. business what you do at night.

Since 1900 there have beed 2,059 But if 'dissipation effects what

such accidents in which 106 per.sons you do the next day and you do ,. .' I '.

lost their lives and 4,112 half as much as I demand, you'll .
; .- I were injuredThe -Inter-State last half as long& as you hope. No. Report of the condition' of The First r l lr
x.' \ Commission is now investigating Rule IX. Don't tell me what National Bank at Chipley,Tn the Stateof Extend the warm and potent

,' the question of why so'many rot I'd like to. hear.'but what I ought April Florida 18th, 1913.RESOURCES.at .the close Of business, -, thought of brotherhood to all be

ten rails are being. made.. to hear. I don't want a vallet to : I I ILua.o .Excursion Fares.. ing.
,. my vanity but I need one for my and Discounts$136,241.53U.S. I
bonds to secure circulation fio.noooo i The cloudiest night has a hint
Bonding for $1,000,000 and reducing dollars. Insurance,. ... ..,.....'... .... 720.00 I to-
$ cents Premiums U. S. Bonks,...... 801.00 of the light somewhere in the
tax.rate 18 may Rule X. Don't kick if I kick- Honda, securities, etc. .. .. .. ... 7,128.53 Oklahoma City Okla.And shadows hiding. .,
seem inconsistent, but it has Banking house furniture and :
if yon are worth while correctingyou fixtures...... .... ... 20,44003 Return
; been done in Dallas county, are worth while keeping.I Other real estate owned......:. 5,888.93 It is ,by slow thorough processe

Texas. In six years that county dont waste time cutting specksout flue reserve from National alel'nts)..Banks...... ..(.not... 16,008.73 Account Southern Baptist Convention., that we,reach the Elysian' fieldsof
has issued'one million dollars in Due from approved reserve axis 13000.19 RATE FROM CIIIPLEY \ o fondest dreams.,
of rotten apples,-Greel Eg- Check and other cash Items... 323.11 '
bonds for good roads and the increase erton Co. New Orleans I Notes Fractional of other National Ranks. 080.00 $36.80 Though the way may be..dark* !
paper currency,
of land values and im nickels and.cents......... .. 55.43 Tickets Sold 10,11,12,13.14, as night, take courage fling de-
provements that naturally follow Lawful money reserve In Bank:
i A Day of Fatalities.Is (Specie............110,087.85 Return Limit May, 31, 19i2 spair behind you, have .but" one
good roads has caused the tax Legal-tender 1,105.0011.172.95! '
,. For further information see absorbing purpose in sight.
Redemption fund with U. 8 your1railroad
rate to be lowered 18$ cents. the fifteenth the' fatal dayof I Treasurer ((5 per cent of circulation -
.. the month? .................... 3,600.00Total.d.$204,753.40 agent, or write,,, After summer showers-as after .
J.'W. LURToN, D. P.A.Pensacola human
The United States Departmentof A man in New York, old now tears"'lookhow''e\tery:
LIABILITIES. Fla.: flower is jeweled with sparklinggems
has and of in
Agriculture complied many experiences Capital stock paid In...... .....I 50.000.00 .. !
some very interesting figures on communication to the New York (Surplus fund................... 20,000.00 and hope takes ,the ;hand

road-building in the South, showing Tribune asserts that the great Uodlvld taxis profits paid.less... ..expeinsesand ... .... 3.1152 156Na.tlonallIank Solldfied Gasoline For.Automobiles. for a dance. .

that from 1904 to 1909 the tragedies which have moved man notes outst'd'g. 50,000.00 According to reports sent. by Perhaps the fierce light of
Duo to I State: and Private Banks
South built 18,864 miles of improved kind to sorrow occurred on the ana Hankers.......... .... .. 1.500,00 the United States consul at Birmingham the'world's oppinion we 'Buffer,
Dividends unpaid............... 10.00 .
highways, nearly 800 fifteenth day of the month. The Individual deposits' subject to England/a. chemist 'of bu tin the solitude of our natureswe

miles more than was built in ,all greatest of all tragedies of his Time check certificates... ...of-...deposit............... 114,2.1743 15,786.93. : that city has invented a processfor find'comfort' after our o'na -

the rest of the country. The time he regards as the assaSSi- Certified ''checks............... ._ 15.00 converting gasoline into a liberty no man can robjis'of.
Cashier's checks outstanding .. 31.50
fact that the South during that nation of Preaideut Lincoln on'' lillli payable, Including certificates a stiff white jelly in which condition To-day, tomorrow and'all, the

period did its.part so well in road the 15th eay of April, the same borrowed of deposit. ......for...money........... 10,000,00 it can be used for fuel for days alloted to our brief ,span in

,' improvement is well worthy of month of the yearand, the same Total.. .. .....1964,753.40: automobiles. The conversionis this world, should be .filled: ,with
conspicuous mention. day of the month in which occur State of Florida! County of Washington: effected by adding lH per faith, trust and fidelity to every
'! .. ,. red the appalling disaster of the I, W. O. Butler, Jr.. Cashier of the cent of soapstone and alchol. obligation assumed for good or
above named bank do solemnly swear ill. ..
Last Friday throughout"the Titanic. The death of Lincoln, that the above statement h, true to the A block or cube of solidified _

Southern States, men and women he says burned in his memory. best of my knowledge.. O. ItUTLEit and belief.W. Jr.., Cashier gasoline when being vaporized It is pure, universal], unselfish!

4 whose hearts beat in sympathy The fall of this, one man, he declares -, j A.Sossoms. either in. a hot pipe or in the ordinary and heart-absorbing oblagationsof
p for those brave soldiers and sail ment 'more then to the Correct-Attest:'{{Is.K. A.N. Okie Alford. way, does not cause lique- existence that quicken the

ors who cheerfully laid ,down country than the great tragedyof Directors. faction of:the mass; the heat sim: :spirit from its very core,;setting
Subscribed and sworn to before me this all the
their lives in the great struggle the loss of the 'Titanic. 29th day of April. 1913. ply causing a slow formation of atoms vibrant with 'melodies -

which convulsed the country The Maine was blown upon J. B. Glen, Jr.'. Notary Public. vapor which is consumed in the of Celestial choirs.

durring the stirring'. days of the the 15th of February, which o .. T engine. Blessed is he who' can feel

60s laid their floral tributes on made that date a mark to one of Great preparations are being ---. .-a..... .- those in rapport and sympathy

the graves Qf those who fell whilefighting. the great historical events -of made'for the annual meeting ot The greatest line
., It is indeed fitting that United States history. The terrible the State Horticultural :Society Ranges and farming: tools in and his soul as keenly and really

Memorja.\flay should be observed disaster involved in the which opens at Miami on West Fla. See' ThenS. Dunn as he feels the air with his body
or the strains ofVaweet
in the Southland, ,,for the debt burning up of the, excursion ship May 14th. I Coleman Co."' music with'his ears. "*

we,owe to the gallant defenders the Slocum in New York 'occur- .,
of our home and liberties- can red on Juue 15.. The appalling ':

never be paid in full. loss of life was sufficient to class r Lla1EaCTsil C7tdb 7a7ai '
it with the loss of the Titantic,

WELL KNOWN MINISTER or the 'blowing up, of the Maine. ITS' A PLEASURE I
Again, he points out an other .
great sea disaster was registeredon

Restored to Health,.by: Vlnol April 15. when, the steamer

J, Rev. D. Schneider who is a well Elbe went down with an apalling

writes known minister in Rice Lake, "WlB., i loss of life in 1896. (( ((5/Vi f Caring for .Furniture like ours. It .'

The list interesting!; :, as it is :"' _
IS attractive
"I bad a very sever stomach trouble so in finish so artistic
last year from which I was kept made 'out by one man who 'believes i\ in design
in bed three ,months. 1 ,had engaged. that; the 15th of the month so "homey" in appearance
the services of a doctor but to no i iavail. is the fatal day of the month. -; that to keep it in order is a joy instead -
I then read of Vlnol and determined i '
Montgomery Advertiser. .,i of a task. Come
to try bottle. Before it was see our ex-
used ,up I was out of bed and fourbottles ;. w hibit, and we :know you will
made me a well man. Vlnol is A"' .agree
?* a.splendid medicine and"I can gladly ; Vol. 1, No, 1, of the Automobileand with us. It. is a display of Furniture

recommend it"Prominent I' Good Roads Advocate, published that makes woman'aNn
men from all over the Jacksonville: has come to every admirer

this country wondeful da not tonic.hesitate to endorse our table. This is a handsomely pf it.Furniture.
1 For twelve years Vlnol has been I gotten up and arranged magazine
sold on the "money: back1 plan and.evert' and devoted entirely to the Ch1ey: Company.
7r strengthens Its popularityand .
proves by continued teats that It. and good IIr.t
will. do'what we.claim for It. roads, with much' stress laid noon Railroad Street Chipley, Fla.

S.'E. .-McOeacbv.. Chlpley,,Fla. I good roads. "
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: Some Curfew Discoveries Mad ,In I Rapid Transmission of '
J3arfoer the Work of Removing the i Among Native la a ,BALE PER ACRE"

Building'. Foundation. to the White .

! Shop. ? i,I In removing the foundations- The rapid heard that., often of recent years, and

.J.,,r', ,. the coinage building of the old mint, among Kaffirs and hear it more'often each from

.. at 37 and 39 North Seventh street, mystery which even Mr. season now

,.'... .. t No Waiting.Everything some quaint specimen* of old-time Bard is unable to solve. : -

: 3 B.@t': TS 3 building construction, including several gard was at Pretoria in you making it? Can you make it?

curious vaults, were uncovered time of the battle of"' people doing it and know
are we you can, "
The cellar in which the vaults were Twelve hours after the : *)' ,
Up-to-Now. located was reached by heavy stone Wd Hottentot will. ,

Shave ..' ........ lSc.finircutting steps, supported by brick or stone him that Cetewayo had little''' better seed-a few inches' deeper '.

., i' .... ..,. 25c. arches, a method handed down from British troops, and gave -a little more care cultivation and-1:'-
;' Shampoo, : *>.. 25c. vaultsin :
Massage . .....:.. 2Sc mediaeval times. One of the the fight. So impressed 800 pounds acre of "
-1 f.AI hair Singe,. ........ 2Sc. .- which bullion .was stored consist Haggard that he reported per .

ed of a vault within a vault, and was mation to his official_ I

We S licit Your Patronage.Very designed, it is said, at the time of The British official Armour Fertilizer

,. Respectfully. the war of 1812 to conceal materials that it was impossible for

", '$W. D. Peters, F rojpr. which could not be readily trans to be true, as
$ ported to other hiding places. Several miles from Pretoria, and by the Inter-Cultural Method.
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I'f .J' -- small windows in the cellar were graphic or railway ,

I. m : ''t. .r: protected by heavy hand-wrdught existed, between, the two easy-and certainly very profitable.

',, ,"'lii iron bars. These have been,preserved. the following day official right now that you will make it.
{ gJ* 2>Hfr"A fc" fa-Vg. iXgVMO JgL'MBCIIMM'rJ* *ftZ h
and will be added, along with; other tion of the disaster was '
to write fit oar conadential letter befo>'"ap.plylnyr 't be sure your dealer gives Armour
tor pttentf It may be worth money. relics, such as locks and hinges, to mounted messengers, who you
W. obtain U. A.and '
promptly ForeignPATENTS '
the collection in Independence hall. patched., immediately after : "

digging out an old well in the' and traveled at top speed "

.I .nd-IRE TRADE atlorueara ARKS n Anuxlel.4c?' 'V'f Efr yard a number of copper coins, bear- : Yet the natives won by 20 ,. R. WELLS, Agent.
or photo and w. send an IMMEDIATE. ing the dates 1716' and 1818, 'were the washerwoman's story 'V '
REE report patentability VVo giv .
..' charge Ute bail are legal moderate......ryl"on ". and Try ua.advice, and our found, as well as a quantity of scrap "In every detail. C li leYO[) Ja. '

from'which the coins' hid ;
-: copper ," ,
: ; been cut. From old papers relating: WHAT TEXANS ADM ..

n Patent lawyers, to a lawsuit, found by Frank H. Is hearty,..igor-oueurs.'acc 9PJt FERTILIZER WORKS
; Opp. U.S.Patent Offlce,Waahlngton, O.Ci ;, ,
Stewart of the Tallman, San Antonia. "' y
I'.'' president company or JAcksONVILLE
,.?- which the it writes 'that Ur. King's New FLA.
'. owns; property, was as- ,
'. 'If WE DO certained that five buildings were surely put new life and energy
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son wile ann 1 believe they
.I .""...v.. originally included in the old mint, made," Excellent for
) ""' P all of them grouped around the coin kidney troubles 20 cis at .-
,ILr..1 ge 'bulld .g; It is an historic facthat .
-' J' HEADS R BEAD> this old structure, which wasThe I ARi 'MACHINERY CO.

_:.c:..." ': '.:rNOTE ENVELOPES last 'of these buildings to be LIGHTING, CIGAR. .' 43.,' I.Umy Street. .

,:.. .,S I rued, was the first building of any French Has JACKSOISVILL, P" L.ORIDA.
<( description erected by authority of
Murderer Knew.
.':' STATEMENTSJciRCULAKS N CARDS the United States congress. Phila* Wanted Never. Largest stock of Machineryin
a Florida for sawmills and
: Becord. .-
-' MILL T M. Oulzot, the. French planing, 'mills.

,.' ::: is there anything in all this world tbat Is walking in one of the EARQUHAR MACHINEKY

'; CHECKS I CIIEC or to than .. dens noticed he
;-ji more Importance yOU good iliges.tlonf of Paris has been ''built for 57 years;
Food must be eaten to sustain life
followed '
N and must be digested and converted Into \\more built today than any gtlie -
and badly dressed
WEDDING.i blood. When the digestion falls the whole ;. Let Us tell you why. ,
Chamberlain's Tablets are a zot was puzzled, but
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,INVITATIONS, G CARDS y 1 Send for catalog and price..
alarm he sat .
rational and reliable cur for Indigestion. ing calmly

They Increase the now of bile, purify tbe he had arrived at his

VTO ORDERI blood strengthen tbc:stomach, and tone up' The ruffian, without any-.- : ,. 'M. It DEKLE, F. M. GOLSON
;'.' the whole digestive apparatus to a natural
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and sat down beside flce.Prelllden
For sale bv All came
;. healthy action. Dealers.

-... -' -- aa gave to the have historian disconcerted so a Bank."A t National Bank..


chalance Guizot took out MARIANNA F..l1. '
He Divides With Napoleon the Admiration '
t' f case, abstracted a cigar, : t I 1
of Students In the Flowery *
ST Nr 7 Kingdom. lit it. Capital;; $50,000.00:

The effect of this action Accounts of'Bank's,' Corporations, Firms ana Individuals.

(Coate little-make bin money. Slmple faataat, George'Washington and Napoleon companion was remarkable.' 'yeara' experience in the banking business enables, us. to offer .
IfohfMt rnnnttiK IT'S ALL IB tae TAYLOR flit KnrjrDiijl are the two greatest heroes of western scowl the man suddenly : facilities of any bank In West F.orlda. We also have a
BctoU with wire cable drive -oat attachttiauca -
and rmtahlo Id lor. Improved carriage .history to the Chinese schoolbby muttering to himself, Savings Department In which we pay ftefest on deposits. Ac-
L.nVini{ dcivtii la quick artlnc and a time aanr.ai handled' as' .pasllyeI by personal interview. '
ule In all a oe.. portable and iMtlonarr.W and young college man. Washingtonand want to kill never smokes Send us your business
.L..sufo..nr..r'a.s. bottom,tblDirl* Bu bla.., .be have in
..w.., wood. q' lw., .i i sad do f uadry work WffUo Cgenri. the cherry' tree a place rapidly away. A week i, F" M. GOLSON, Cashier.
4 cc. most of the early school readers 'in
torian read in the
Yahary d ijlcJion Works Sot 15. Mssas, Is.
the modern government school. His this same individual had ,

The New York World filial piety and his position as fatherof rested for a violent OF FLORIDA. Florida- State College.For Women

his country make 'a very strong public official who bore ; TALLAHASSEE "

Thrice-a'week Eedition. appeal. likeness to Ouizot. The Institution for
College of Aria and 8cl nce.: .. Normal School.
: :- Napoleon' appeals most strongly to writer went home and Young Men. School. of MuHic School Art School of Kxpnuaion. -
School ot Bonus Econonilca.
The Thrice.a week'World hopes to be the more fiery ofr the youth in the: cigar in honor of his 46 profuuuri experiment and station aealet.Firet l clans equipment: J throughout.' Tuition
Jit 1908 a better paper than It baa ever 'colleges, the Cantonese and warm- increase in attendance last r. Other, expeniwa very low. For informotloqaddreas .
been before, and It has made-Its arrangements and c.mpUN. For
blooded southerners. They see fin A. A. MURPHREE.Pruldiit. EDWARD CONRADI, Prcildeftt.WANT .,
accordingly.I Its news service COy : J. M, Howell, a poupular
,era t.beent.lre globe, and It reports every Napoleon the fire and force they UreenaburiH Ky. aye"we use ; .
thing fully, promptly and accurately. It would have in a leader of their own lain's Cough Remedy our own

: Is the only paper, not .a dally, which Is as to free the land from its corrupt v- and know It is exoellant. ,For ,

". good as it dally, and which will keep TOO ernment. These college boys' mindsare All Dealers J!lID
as completely Informed of what Is happening aReUer
throughout the world. full of the French revolution, -----
The'Thrc -a week'World Is fair In Its and among the most extreme there
t *wilt be asked l Ktjnost dally by business! men, reeking
you ; y
in similar I
political reports. You can get the is a feeling that only a '
said the i nnalify- (!! ; TttilnlLgr-a.nd show j-.i.iitlojj t.JI1', ; .
::,. from Its columns, whether you are a Republican way can their own people be freedi "JTow, Indorse DItAUG1IOhN'S Collt-ges tfcfp Indorse all oil-et- .
or Democrat, and that Is what The inflammable, whirlwind nature reception committee, "if it 43 Colleges In 13 States Jntcnjatir re'. 'tltl11 '. I
you want. your convenience we will '. Pmnj n A speolal' feature of the Thrlce-a-weck nature of the French has its counterpart : } braoetou.. t.oc i World has always been I its serial, /fiction in this type of excitable Chinese you through some of our Bookkeepers All OJ.ell ,H<>m. Sttidylr't-\t.IIs"n.fl'.i\ ( a .:'
dustrial' establishments. I say that Draughtm'8 iers, bootMseptrs, and # NtJ:'',,.'
6j7 publishes novels by the best authors In mind of the south. '
eaves thcm holdlng' 'good positions i.ee tit" t
tbe'wurI4. whlcn In book form sell it ia safe to assure you that ,.
novfg "But -we can obtain constitutional cent in work and worry. takingLraugbou'eYlca: .. i'lwrlt tc: ?
for.l.BO apiece. and.Its high standard la through the parliamentby find them interesting, 'if all U. S. offi CAT ALQGL'r.. :t-\u ;, .!;:, :.'j ; I
this respect will bo maintained In the fut, government live." .write the System of DY'JiIAIJ:, 'JNO. 'II". j I .'I'{ Jr. '. ,
urn ... In the past. peaceful means and gradually "Thank Colleges teach. President, Maihvlila. ts.in. V' 1' J, ,' 4
The Tbrlce-a-week, World's regular said one class to an extremist: in Pe- you, replied they know it Is the best. alogue on (!<)Ufn C f 1"Ci: {. '.:;:"F. ;, .

subscription prlco lapnly ",00 per year kin recently. "Did not Confucius guished visitor, but I PRACTICAL BHSTN r
e. and this pu ff'for 156 papers. We offer teach moderation in the doctrine'' of prefer to put .in the *.Fin, ar Atlanta"* Ga, c-r MoV o thl. unequalled newspaper and The Ban nessing some kind of sport
the F"
'. er,tog-other for ono year lot $1.05. The mean have in that line
't, rpif alar,subscription price of the two pa "Yes, he did" answered the Can consider anything worth while." oeo4) xoocoocco
'P-rs I Is K on. tonese admirer of the French reVolution
well. We will "
"but Confucius himself if he "Very go ,',
race track. There are to be PrintingCreates ;
We promptly obtain t'. ri ami foreign tr wore bere now would see that fight k bile-motorcycle and
ing will be
0.enduxi.el.aetonor necessary. and there is almost sure to ; a good JI1pr? Gs ion ,
ESCAPES! AWFUL KATB. ous accident.". :

A thousand tongues could not express among 'your correspondents ;j jaiidliclps
Sick headache results from a
the gratitude of II,.. J. K. Cox/ ,of Joliet; ,
free report ua T etcntai+T1ccetlnnnnootpe lity. For free LookPPosite ilL, for her wonderful deliverance from an condition of the stomach and to give y biir'business' :J' A
HowtoSecure, awful.fate. "Typhoid pneumonia bad left by the use ot Chamberlain's i
Patent m-vl
'' Liver Tablets. Try It. For '' ,
r with a dreadful ough' ab. writes, Bom- prestige. :**
times I had such awful combing spells Dealers.
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could helpfrom
thought would dle! r. I get no '
A doctor's treatment or other medicines HUGH : Neat Printing; .
ce'WASHINGTON till I used I>.. Kia,'. few Discovery But ': i 'J-
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S. Patent U I owe m'f life totals wonderful remedy for DENTIST. Prices.: ? '
D.C. scarcely' cough at all no*." Quick and

safe, Its the most reliable of all throat and Crown and Bridge Work a Banner
Patronize lung medicines, livery bottle guarantee Job Office. .
those who advertise 110o tab 1.000.. Trial bottle,'tree. at 8.'h. '. AIL.WORK _. _II __ 1 s "I ; ;
'n-the.Banner. ;O" lC3toob, ...omc over. Chlp'ley( State -
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Olsarelt Di..e..rr.M.m. .
Chnreh, South.-Preaching ever Are You 4I
st and Srd (Sunday at 11 ss. m. and 8 p. m., ? JOB 1
1,. 11. Chap\e11e, ;Pastor.: f5 s'r'
Sabbath School l 10 a. m. 'W., N. 8he..USuperintendent. ',

Prayer Meeting Thursday night- _
Young Men's prayer meeting Tuesday
night Everybody cordially Invited. A Woman :
1 Baptist Church-Preaching every 2nd ,
and 4ta Sunday. Rev. Itazter.pastor. .'
pabbath (School 10 ft. 19., f. V. Hawk .'
!Superintendent. -
Prayer Meeting Wednesday nights e'' ..., .' .. .. "": _
''''''' ( TAKE ... :' '..;. < : '
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Po..... Dir"ry: I} .
'ONce hours 7:30' a, m. to 7:00. t> m.1.eJl' Creates a good"'imprest, ': > ;," '

Sept Snndavs.Eastbound '. .': :' '.- ;: ; 1''
mall closes at 10:20 a.m sion coc r-: ,
among your :(: .,; :x;
West-bound malt closes at 6:10 p.m. I '"
,' Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 a m. respondents and!' !helps;(:I' :
'and leaves on arrival of the east : : '" ',
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Sunday. hours: 11:30 m.,. to 12:30 p. m.Honey .. to give your business, :.,' w
Orders Issued at all) hours when '- ,
i. ; : :::
", office Is open, except Sundays. prestige.. .. ;>
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O.r Clubbing, I.UI. .. ; a
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s"BAXNKB! and Seml-weekly 'Atlanta 0" -"';" ,,',."-. ...
'Journal per year 175. We Do Neat : "
BlNKKB and Thrice s-week New York Printing ,
World per year, 91.65. -1
: The : }-
B JfNES and Seml-weekly Tmes-Un!

., nand UltUen, per year, 91.50. At ReasonablePrices- ; ,,'

.B. .1 1IEaand! Home. and Farm, per year ." .
'- 11.B .
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General..Dlrectory.. Tonic i iBL "-, .. '
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..: STATE OFFICIALS. ; Give -us' your next order1 C ; .
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;. Governor-Alber.W.Gllehrl": .' ;" :;,,: ... '
'. Secretary or.St.ate-D. Clay Crawford .' and we will give you per.; Yj,\ 'T, .

1 ': .Attorney General- Park Trammell. .......................i.. ." thus. ;J\-f. ,.......:; ,,:<, '' ,

I --_._--" -' nn______ .fect satisfaction i ("
Com Agriculture E. McLln. ..'

Supt.Treasurer Public-Wm Instruction-V. Knott. M Hollo- NEEDED CAT FOR HIS HERO I I. HE WAS A GOOD FORQIVKR.I. .' making you one of our'. ;:' \

way. regular customers. :"
C, Croom. Writer of Gory Romanoe Pound. His R. Sherwood, Democratic representative : ..,.,.
Comptroller '
,. Shack lefordy Villain. Had Killed On. Man from, Ohio,tells this story: ...
Supreme Court-Thol.I Seven Tlm... I' : ... '"
y Chief Justice; ]d. II. Mab,,. Cler*. A man had for years employed a .,..;. .' ": ,- .' .'-: ". ,

Railroad Commlssfon Hudson Burr, He eat down with 'a fountain pen, steady German workman Qne day -' .
Chairman R. C. Dunn Clerk. .Jake came to him and asked to be :, Tr '
and of two and <
paper a.ream. or ; ,+. i )
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Judge flrsk judicial circuit-J/Emmett' started. story of three bad men,.who excused from work the 'next "day. 'E'i. .
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'.: Wolfe, Pensacola.. "Certainly Jake" beamed the ''' .,' ..
em- "
coiners and "
terrible ,den ,
', ran a committed ; : ; ":
State Solicitor: first judicial circuit- a murder'now,and then, in ployer.. "What'are you going.to do?" -'..:': .( ':", ...:. ..,

,-_ .L. Wilson. the.style that such fellow do. "Vail," said Jake, slowly, "I think: tHrPLEY : : : ;" .

I must go by mein wife's funeral BANNER! : ?
U.:S. LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS.. .He threw in sweet little love affair She ; ; .
B. a.Chubb, Register, Gainesville, Fla.. ,' a ghost and a smuggler's care; ,
After the lapse of a few weeks
moated and heir .
;}; Shields: 'Warren, Receiver, Gainesville. a grange a missing -
Jake again the boss fora
approached Chi Fla.
r a Innatio with a vacant stare* a ley-
day off."AU.right. ,
wicked-eyed woman with redgoldhair
who the hero brave. Jake, but what are you -t -
Circuit Clerk-W. C. Lockey, Vernon.. worshiped ,1.
to do this time?
County Judge-L Hutchison Vernon. But, alas I that the itory went going' .. : . .
Sheriff-O. G. Allen, Chlpley. astray through an overwealth of i "Aber, said Jake, "I go to make 'lIP.

Tre..surer-n. B. Tiller Vernon. crimes, for in chapter three, 'tis sad I me, mit mein.fraulein wedding." ". ,,;'
fax A.lltllor-J. J. Williams Chlpley. ,"What So soon? Why it's only
t.. Tax Collector-W. B. Gainer, 1Cconbna.I : to say; three bad men didcruelly slay been three weeks since buried High Class Saw Mill Machinery. '
I ,. Supt. Public Instruction-B.F"Gainer, the hero bold in a different way, no "' you
.' less than times. your
Wausau. seven We at
carry our new warehouse
supervisor of Registration. W. "To write," mused the youth,, "is "Ach I" replied Jake, "1 don't. hold and 410 East'Bay'St., a large tock of

Gainer, Econfina. beyond my ken,"' as.in blank despair spite long.-Human life. Portable and Stationary Engine; Locomotive 4
County Pollcltor A. D. Carmichael, and Horizontal Return Flue
i Chlpley. he sat. "I've finished, forever with Boiler; Saw-Mllla, Planer, Edgeri. l

Collins 'Car those bad men. Farewell ghost, Now ia the time to get rid of-your rheu Saw, Belting and Mill Supplies, also
County Suneor-Thol. i engine and .
.aw-mill repair. We alo
and fountain and if matlam. You will And(Chamberlain's Lln-
vllle, Fla, grange, pen; handle the celebrated line of HUSTLER.TAYLORVANCE.AMREK.-
County Commissioners ever I start. to write again' my hero Invent wonderfully enVctira. One application -
will convince you of Its merits. Try "+z, ICAN and DELOACH
j J. T. High tower. Chairman, Vernon. hall be a cat!I" Saw Mill,'
For sale All Dealers.AGAIN
It. by ERIE,
A. C. Gilbert Chlpley. {
SOUTHERN Engine and Boilers, PERKINS
Shingle Mill
Machinery. Sp-
+ S. L. Davis, Wansan. dial Stave Machinery for Turpentine Plant -. .;
For soreness of the muscle. whfttber Induced
J. H. Porter Mlllville.l POSTPONED. Large stock carried for immediate Shipment. Get our price before buying.
1 -; >. P. Guan, Santa Rosa, by violent exercise or injury Cham We can ave you money. A postal will bring our Traveler. .
>erl ln's Liniment Is excellent. This llnl- Write for I
School. Board: ." meAt U aliio highly esteemed for the relief it Shorn,, having been rebuffed several literature covering your special requirement: .x _
i1 I G. B. Bush Chairman Orange Hill affords in or rheumatism. Sold Molstoy Machinery Co.
S. J. Gainer St. Andrew. . oases .byllll times, had become decidedly impatient -
aJealer.. -tOS & 410 IE. Uay St. aocUBonvllle.
W. F. Ross, Vernon. . .; Klorldei.Dlmtano .
-' "Father," he said, "why under' the Long Telephone No. 874. ,

; ., CHIPLEY CITY OFFICIALS. GALLANT LABORER. sun can't 'we leave the ark now.P The

f Mayor-H. H. Wells I water has subsided I"
Marshal H. U, Farrior, "Oh, thank you," exclaimed an "Wet P
grounds, laconically Answered Her Good
s for
Clerk and Treasurer-W. W. Cook. elderly lady to a laborer who' surrendered Noah. Slogan ..

Council+A. D., Carmichael, chairman, his seat in a crowded tram- ------ lr
C. B.Dunn J. R.McGeachy, C. E. Tharp
: ',. W.O. Butler, Jr. car-"thank you; very .much I" NOT SERIOUS. a Bigger and Better Business.-
+ "That's orl the
.. right, mum, waa -
I -- rejoinder. As the lady sat down ''Was young Sappleigh seriously ......".".." ...." ...

the chivalrous laborer added: hurt when he was thrown out of his ,,... .f
} The Banner "Wot I ses 'is, a man never onto automobile 1 P.!" DON'T. BLOCK: THE- WAY' '' p' .. >. "' t -
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: let a woman' stan$. ,Some men "Jfo; .he struck on his head.. Of -

never gets up unless ahe's pretty, course his injury was painful, but it Move as' fast, 'as the( procession-or-move_ .put:;. Take the

<1 but you see, mum, it don't make no could not,*-in the nature of things, pace of the company you are i in or--make, 'for the 'man
.. Fla. way
Cliipley difference to London Tele- hare been serious.- .. ,
.me. behind./- v-; ; ... .' V-----1:: :
granb- > -; ,:
JU.1'8: A'JUuq -iN'IIAb FIX \ ..':, ."; ', .
Stawto for,theVpbuldlaotlChipley! : ] -. :
CYNICAL DEFINITION. Juntioe Ell Cherry o( Uillis. Mill. Teon.! Don't stand"fin- the way of{ new ideas., Don't'pause in.the ,,
WRit plainly worried. A bad sore,00 his leg" '
>," "What is your idea of patriotism hud baffled several doctors and long resisted path of better. system. Don't. settle: down.on the ladder. of '

r all remedies. 'J thought tl'was a can success... Don't he a barnacle on the ship of pregress ,
'. WashIngton' County. celbe wrote.Atlast, I used Duoklen'sAruba : ,
-, "Patriotism," .replied Senator Sorghum '- Babe, and was completely cured.", r--r-.' .' ..- .,- .* *' ...;" >,% ...t'Change"'meaos 4 1
"is what inspires a man to Cures burliest holies ulcers, ontsw brusies progress. Progre'sajmeansadvancement'

\ .' ", And .Florida] point out many needs for reform in uiul piles, 25 cents at: 8.B. atcOeaohy: .. 1 .. /, _-- "- '., H '*, '-,re* '..

> $1'Pef his country, but causes.him to resentan 6O YEARS' .Advancement. means movement. MOVE!,;':?; ',:,) .';' t -\ f1
Subscription, 1 .Year.t. indorsement" of his'views., by a EXPERIENCE, '_" *;' >. .1; >:i .

foreigner. DON'T BLOCK TIlE WAY! : ,.; '* .
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". '. ."): :. -. OH'T1f9R''AMr ATENTSTRADC ..: .. 't,. .... '\> ,, -:

,. "," fWe.aGe. a Specialty .t : TnEDSAMOMS: ,

'....'< :.. are mosquito. As l\i sting they put deadly JCUR'EIS

.,I *. -. Neat, ,. -', malaria germs In the blood Tuei follow "
sss S the joy chills and the fires of fever.The appeUt.e Dcaran MARKS L. JONES; A D.. CARMIUHAEL

Artistic flies and the strength fail; also ran* COOTRIOHT saAnyonaaendlnaaaketeh.iddeemotIon
laFJ&.oftll1i:pavos the way fo* deadly typhoid ; nap Notary Public State at Large. Attorney:atColleetlona :
Commercial Printing But Klectrlo Bitters kill. and Cast In..nttnn.c.rtnln J. prob.blr onr pawntjhj.j opinion fra*.pOmmunlo hMb.r an. "'. a Specialty; '

.,, : : out the malaria germ freer the blood; give Sent tlon.fr"... (lld.iindMilUI..t ."...ncy for!HANQBdr"..MIUTIPat.nl oa P.twta All business entrusted to thlplepFla

you a floe appetite and renu your streagtb."After prrbnetfmwltbooeo{ tak.n tbrouck. r liana,ta t.a'lw't'tve>. my care will) have my prompt ,
long suffering; "' wrote Wni. Fret.well "
The Banner : of Luoaroi, N. C,"three ttottle drove Sckndfic Hmcrkan attention. Fees reasonable.Can J. d
: .11 the malaria from my system, and 1'ebad Ab.ndamerynMetrt.d.BeeryA rmw.steleeaWon I D JONES.I ': : '
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of iiiHenuflo journaL be found
any ea. at Post Office
good health aver since, Best for' all I four .,tL Bold brail n.w.de.ls,. ..
.. stomach liver and' kidney Ills. ($SO. eta at IU &Cods1( York 2tttornty-At.LmW, ,
:J Chlpley. Fla. 8. LlIoOeacby. ....WubIn.ew \: Wausaii, Florida HlnLEY ::
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When Chipley Citizens Show : c (t;

0 Paper Both A way. : W. 1..; DC :

tar h There can be no reason why any .

reader of tnia who- suffers: the tortures .

Priceor of an aching: back, the anoyance of urinary : ... .

disorders, the paina and danger .

olaJourna! One. of kidney ilia will fait to heed the .j
: words of a neighbor who haa found relief. \ Sf

/ Read what a Chipley citizen ,
n goingMtoatDe the most notable year inn Nra. Nancy Richards, Second St., :14

ncan or ySnasraolitics. You, of. course, want Chipley, Fla., aaya: "Doan's Kidney
local Pills rid me of kidney trouble :three --
keep pottedJMVftttEpain do thi& by taking your cure ::r
and the has been
wwn ndj5n !giutaide -JHerc la the proportion years ago per- .-
pap r > < paper. manent. I gladly re-endorse this rent

: liMHiKHtt' ed,.. I had been in poor"health quite \

I ".OULAR COMBINATION awhile and I now believe that it was

," ..Alca. PRlCKt al due to week and disordered kidneys -,..- -..-..,......"'...-....- .-- --......._#.. '-

Your ,1, ; year.$5.00months. There was a constant pain in -. {.>
local I 00
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paP .
,$ ; J.l :$2.50 th? small of my back and I was very *

The Penaacohi'J oum .1 (1011.1, ) $ !OO Q10n ths .$1.25 nervous and subject to headaches t Just a word Farmers andTence Builders: | .

slept poorly and what rest 1 did get,

Y Our local paper .t . .$1.00 > 1 year .$1.50 did not refresh me;; I heard so much Having made, a deal'for'Ten Car Loads 8g

The Pensaco1aUJounult; .klj $1,00 } .6 months. 76c about Doan's Kidney Pills that 'I decided Q

\,__ to give them a trial and got a Alnerica'n Wire Fence *
Steel we
TIle P_l.yj.Mrii.VD. "* onl* WCN* Florida's leading! much to be thankful for. of the Best Jj
. ... ... ... box. I have
." but It !I. rgr..*rf feyjinany .. tha moat II ro"ou"- "
... III ..ragra.a4v.-Jl> m_..y lit Florida. Ita .tfltwUI pal leydJa This remedy lived up to all the claims" & are in position to make, you better prices 0
II >dae>amdn',Vlta now* oorvloo la .....pl.-o sntf Ita"MlsMrfAfcM made for it, correcting my *roubl .
MY."g "'UM fl.' For sale by all dealers. Price' 50 ||
than ever be f ore. }
cents.. Foster-MiIburn Co., Buffalo, '. .
"" ean ci'l p'riee n_. wlileh appJi... ,
New York, aole aRents for the United
to .: ) nly, by .endin<' <- States.. : Be sure you see us before buying, wire 3.: \,

the money to paper. Remember the name-Doan's-and *
take no other. X elsewh re. Jt, means money saved. |;

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: In Paot,, the Finding of a ,Hortesh '
Color" Msn Cnoug'radu With Six or Eight HoU U D Gray Tabby on Now York Farm Ui.. !

t Unqulst ny Man.Dr.am'.*'-".1f.< !", oldedly a-Bad Omen. Big Leghorn Hor Mount.Rooster for =........................:....

There are many persons who believe --

Lew Dockstader was it ia, .,lucky to find a horseahc,' A cat is supposed to be averse to.. Notice of Election.Tly I NEW

Fa., ha hired a coilhe end they will take it home and nail any locomotion other than that af. an order of theBoard of Public 1structlon -
other night the forded by her own eoft feet, but a of Washington County "limed --
it over the door tb bring good April 1st, 1912, notice Is hereby given that:
iOnflded to Mr. jDoclsuffered to the house or the barn or trherev gray tabby on farm near Syracuse, an election will bo held In each of t.bo.fol-
from inaonI -- commandeered big Leghorn lowing Special Tax /School: Districts. fin '
: Y. has a 'a'rber'Shop.
not a1 May A. D. 1912.
it may be, although they are Tuesday the 14th day of
I can't sleep at al, : rooster on which to go.joy 'rid- for the purpose of electing three (3) trulI- .
the -
careful to have points;upward ; millaae .to be ....." .. .
said "and when ways has the cat the tees and to determine the ____--
frw ae, which they should be or1' the ing. No one taught ; assessed and collected lu each for the 8UC-
inch awful dreams that and she tries to. mount Inn two .
luck will spill out. trick, never coed years.Tb T.' H. CALLAlf. Propr.I .
wake fowl in "the following ocrsona were appoint
agiin. the back of other
any .
This superstition back ot! the Jnapectora and clerks.
ider was properly syrr horseshoes know,them barnyard l>ut the Leghorn. When District No. 2.-SI, Andrew-W R WII. have just opened ,a barber
of as we
wanted to know the days the puss feels like taking a tide around co., John R Thompson, J W Parcel), In- shop in the,Dekleold' bu'ildit1g'on
and is really attached M. O Post Clerk.
dreams that worrie"WellMr.Dockstad now, wait until the Leg- spnctors .....
Jhe number ..seven. From early tfmes the premises she District No 3.-Pt Washington ; Ooor e corner west of First Nat. Bank,
I horn passes, and leaps on his bacsitting' Underwood. L Caay, J L HUSIInspectorll' share of
.have thought it lucky and will appreciate a
"laat I dream int many persons almost like %:I.) A. Wesley, Clerk.
night there upright
to find anything connected with,the DUtrlct No. 4-Mlllvllla-Willis Jonc, your barberinff trade. I guarantee
to heaven. There I it to be : human equestrian, hind feet hanging J:H. Daffln, E. F.JJoyer, Inspectors, J. .
number"seven ,because seems to eive{ you satisfaction
Clerk. .
and O. Harrison
ilnt Peter at thetJ! down each side of lia wings '
mentioned J.
a sacred number'and ia District No. 6 South llonlfay- A.
[his hand at me-sort than other in the Bible; frait paws :firmly clasping the neck Kims; K. Car k huff. .James Anderson. Iisoectori" Shove lOc.
', Ilk de tiafflo cops d'No more any 'of the unhappy bird. At first, the W. R. .VI Iller. Uerk.
It so happened that a horseshoe District No. 0-Vernon-D. F. Carte, Hair* C..t 26e.
room for you has hail holes in Jt, rooster was terrified and tried to runaway John T, Curter Harriott lllnson, Inspo.tors "'
i,' sayiold Mute usually seven with his strange burden, but Walter lierriersbaw, Clerk. '
and that is the only .reason it was PUtrlct No. '7-'l'omlklns-l:1.:: n. Kill.,
considered lucky. If found one the faster he ran the more the clingIng Ueorire McGue,J. B. Kyser, Intipeetor IRA A. HUTCHISON., .
foot in m you it and Chanticleer Hciirlock.Clerk, .- --
my cat seemed to enjoy W. J K! /: '
nail holesin-it i ivould it Attorney at Law. ,
down to the othe with six Dr ight is now 'resigned to bear his District No. 8-Union-Daniel II aa'ty,
be no.more lucky,than at three Tom Collins C. li. Waller, Inspectors; Office at Vernon,. Kla.
there at the gate stan' I tormentor around the yard until she Neal J. Yates. Clerk.

Saint Nick And ;bbisjiand eared clover.ABDUU is tired and slips off his back. He District :" 0. 11-Long Bay-J.T. Well Courts of
Pipkin W. P. Nelson, lnspetors <- Will practice ia Circuit
[ and flags ;m"I HAM ID'S RECORDS. baa to keep going, whether he wants Beujainln, Joe Urock,Clerk. Florida and the Federal, Courts.

comin' here, niggah, to or not, as the cat promptly rakes All qualified voters within the t.errlto.-: .. t "
tills election "
9'place is full.' It is reported from London that him across the comb if he .stanc ry and. are. tickets entitled must to vote be. written In on plain DR. ;R. E TILLER.

Mister'' Dockstader, ha: secret records: af'.the.deposed still. The only way the Leghorn can white paper. O. B. BOSH. ,

up mah hands. An* 1 Julian ,of Turkey, Atdul Hamid, avoid the cat is by remaining on hDerch Attest: Chairman. DENTAL SURGEON,

a despairin' voice: 'Mai which are supposed ,to' be an authen' in the henhouse, and som .- li.Secretary 1!'. GAINElt.& County Supt. Chipley, Florida

back to HaiIburg of the terrible 33 he will there all day re.-
Has I got to'go tic history years times stay I Office over First Nat'l Bank:
?*'V-Exohange. 1f> his reign, are to be given to the fusing to come down even for hiorn. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. '
rorld. It is said that he never wrote : Department of the Interloi

SLIVER! a line of .this private: diary,with hiiwn U.H. Land Office at Gainesville March, 18,; 1012.Florida! R. F. SCARLETT

: hand- but that he signed every] NOTICE FOB PUfJLIOATION.I Notice la hereby Riven that Tolbert IIPettla ,
.Wlth'O. I of Sexton, Fla! who on December
__. Man Satisfied ; .ocumeni or page by simply affixing I ,Department 01( tbo Interloi 22.1008. made Homestead EntrYIIerlal.(: Notary ''P blic.
EL good Work and Letting hi8, official cipher. It ia said thai t I U,.a, kand Office aUal Dc.vllle. }Florldi. No. 01130, for NE&r Section a, at That. April 6,1913..N'otlce Rangal3 west, Tallahassee Merlilan "
It Oo 1 I north
.;; ..c" Abdul Hamid was actuated by either la hereby Riven; that Oscar Ilai baa tiled notice of Intention to make< Real Estate Handled.,
and that he voluntarily per, 0f Econltna. Fla. who, January 29. final Commutation Proof, to eatablist
'' said tM 1 td e&r or vanity, berlal. blo. Collections..a.apecialty
l;wTitime, T=r- I 1910. mad Homestead Entry, claim to tbe land above described, be for*
"when I never coultd revealed the secret chamber 1370, for NX ofSWtf,(Section 12. Town he; County Judge, at- Vernon, Fla. 01he '
|!nan, !IOUlb. Range 13, West, TallabatBO 19W.: In First,National Bank.
hidden and hip 1, : 9th day of May, Office
here these paPers were .
everrthffiijailter g Ie" of In tent lo John
: bit unless I did i Meridian haa tiled not Clalment names us.. wltunssttst .
!.Mv' ithout this action they would nol to make Final Commutation Proof, to eg- Parlor, John Pettla. Lee Godwin. and. \ :
'.a.ot :,: ihllnh claim to the land above described Inton Hendrix all of Sexton/: )<'111.., I E ES.:
:', what H was, I'haC1J ave been discovered by the minutest before the Clerk of the Circuit Court, ar.'I Henry S. Chubb.3d. A. ,
'tal Vernon, Florida, on the ifitlt day of May, Rearl.t.er
research. feepd.
about it just *%& .'I 1912.' Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
I'thol i Clalment nuraen. aa wltiesae. :- V J. i iI
: g omitted and tTWyy1g.f.ea .ADVICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. I IcNelll J.: W. Urovvni VVIIIIana Well I NOTICE FOB! PUBLICATION Elonlfay, FIa.. :. -.
I believed all of Econ IIna .Fla., of the Interior -
In what 1\\ and VY. H. Parcetl, Department
Wne H. Cbabb, Florida Office in Lindsev puildinj-r. .
laat jnt1d Henry U. 8. Land office at Gainesville.
b t aIJrigbt waT to.the Helpless-Drinking"from ,the:e u- Ed fee paid. RegisterNOTICE April 0, 1012. ... '

to I don't ,1mow: how': i: eer ia :frowned upon in our best cirlea. ioutwell Notice ,Is of hereby Bennett,given Flawho that, on Nancy Nov.A '_"Prom pt. 'personal:serviceto'

''Windoing things thave at, If the tea in. the n'OK PUUHCATION 1910, made Homestead En..,]'..Serial, '
'I : you pour clients.
JI1ust amonat- Dopartmnntof the Interior, No. 07007. for SEX, Section 2, Township
"dOn't it lucer to cool, pour it back in the : U. 9, Land Office at Gainesville Florida 1 South, Kangfl 14 West Tallahavsoaierldlan ,
,, A orll 6. 1912. baa tiled notice of Intention to ; %k
from I" 'I' up, before quaffing it Notice Is hereby>> alven that Frank Mo take Final Commutation Proof, to fll- "
qiredltDgt! r Economical-We' knoir of no way blelll. of Kconflna, [ alight thingibfcarebl 23. 100l, made Homegtead Entry, before the County Judge at Vernon
hn&y b that in which a passe celluloid collar maybe srlal. No.01771 for NK of HWk, HaetiorTownship : !'''lorlda. on tbe 19 day of May, 1918 '. .
look alter the re utilized. .. 1 ::South Uanite 13 Went. Tal- Claimant names ia witnesses: Zlon At Notary Public
work.fn btcp.1Jh'oode baasea Meridian ha*ttlednotlcn o7 Intention lush, Blcbard Hush W C. .Mayo, ,John. '
,\: npsof any Mathematics is a fact that aton to make Commutation I'rocf, U II!. Porter all of Beonett Florida.! '11
Dlore fa1thf y.and tonof tabllab claim to the land above descrlb- Henry!. Chubb.d. State at Laroe.Offoh .( ,
but what 1UtUe gf coal weighs the same aa a, ed I before the Cleric of the!> Circuit Court al fee pd. Ueglster. '
"' ver et f than ever, 'feathers, but the fact ia not imortant. Vernon, Florida. ,on the IStb day of-May, ,

: If I were build.iIig'. Who wants to sleep. should not no,,goti Well the Interior, LOde, No. 40, /
iD rffge-T( to'bum leathers?-Chicago Post. liner, W. S. Purcell William Department of _. .
rnd pick of enl, Qr and Oscar liar per,all of EconttlJlabl1'la. U. S. Land Office at Gainesville' Florida. -:1\ A. M. .' '
t D1ber April 13, 1913. F.
I tai.topped bb LEAD ORE IN SCOTLAND.! Register.SOTICK Notice la hereby given that John A. Second .
Sniter./ FIND }j'lorldawho,on Regular Communication:
tbat.ket \ cQuagge! of Fountain!
., liire1'l; a FOB PUBLICATION Marcb a, 190U, made Homestead E'tr'ISprlal !rand Saturday and Fourth Friday night Ineach
i t.I n11 in I A rich seam -of sulphide of lead No.0003. for !SEV! of NWK month
the Interior, 1nortb' '
JE&1 Department bI E .t of tjW J4'. section 10, Township Visiting Brethern cordially invited.
wtfi has. been discovered the north tI. S. Land Office at Ualneavllle. Florida. Range 13 west, Tallahassee Merlan W. TAYLOR, W. M.
bet,11 April 6,1912, of Intention to make >
dong 1111.1 tiled notice '
and get in Caithness ,
< at Bpittal Zlon A.flusb. establish W. JONES Sec .
: !f longer Notice la hereby: Klren that FIDal Commutation Proof, to w. ; ,
r .
being too everal workmen are already employed of Uenaett Fla., who on Auguvt elalol to the land above described, before I
-' made Homestead Entry, Berlal of the Circuit Court at vernon, '
\! ., 1010 tbe Clerk '
picaypn8 at the quarry following: up j,07338, for NE Hec 11, Township 1utb. lorlda.! on the 23rd day of May. 1912. I. O. O. P. NOTICED -
J. which is in *14 West, Tallahassee Merita as witnesses: 8. ,C.
the and the ore, Hang Claimant names
Parlicula1r seam, ha* Died notice of Intention to make Mucer. Aungu McQuagge; C. O. Smith, *rf tt<< Until further notice
.- abundance, is of good quality. Qual- J'lnal! Commutation Proof- to establish Illlam Nelson,all of Fountain.! Florida.!! JOChipley Lodge No.56,
land abore dejcrlbed, before Henry 8. Chubb,
that large to the
'NFUL i1i.ed prospectors also state claim thejoant) Judge, at Veroon Fla.! on the Ed.tee pd> Register. I. O. O. F., will meet at 7:00.p.m.

ha 'JC1rtl and paying quantities of lead lie under I Lb day. of May.. 18. F. O.Mayo. each Monday eveniner. c
I witnesses:
+ 'lan-May the of Wick Harbor and Claimant name aa of fish with fishing of the Lodge .
clay:' Blchard Bush John 11. Porter, Tackle the By order *
if can ,long the great "Fault," which con- Hen nett. Fla..anrt Arch Ualnorot Houthrt. ta ickle bought of Dunn Coleman W.,A. McQuApQE N. G.B .

'tIe lan-Yes, t nues on to Watten quit undisirbed. '. ria., Henry b. Cdubh, Co. S. < JITDSON Secy, :: -
}leJnember Ed. fee'pd. !
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i ] Personal. IT passed The primary off very election quitely Tuesday and a ]] Town Topics. IT MOST a,. .

t l Schedule of large vote was polled. The agony of the first 'go

B.C. &.5t. A.. Railroad. On account of the length the round is over. ANY t

Effective arch 12 .9IJ. ticket and the time it took to On account of a washout-the; :
Train No. 1 TraIDNo. t countthe ballots, the, return S. A. L. no train arrived here BANK
Going Soutb.taLlon Jolnlt North. '
from the various precincts are
Lv.. 11:00 Lm. Cblple7 6:00 p.m.'Ar. Friday night.
.." 11133: Lm. Wauaaui t:27 p.m. slow in coming i in, though enough,.
12:02 p.m. GreenhelLd tOO p.m. The B. C. & St. A. railroad
12:06 p.m. Rlverllcl 8M p.m. is known to forecast a summaryof '.'\' .' .
n:48 Vlckllbura a:12 will run an excursion to Southport I -
p.m. p.m. ,the final count. Those who : 7J.
o Ar. 1:00 p.m. Southport 8:00 p.m. Lv. I when
.. .. had no opposition are not given. every Sunday from now on Can handle your business. after3fflnSd&_ ,t. .li ,.. ,.
train 'lI\ '
during the summer. The \' ""!.r
t W. T. Home, was In town a Tile total vote in thirteen precincts and money easy 1-1'( hen ,times
willleave :here at 7:30, in the time are good '. '
,<. few hours Saturday. for the other candidates .. f ".. _"", ,"',. ''.' .
,,,-M : follows morning and returning,. will ', h'e1"
: 'of are as : money tight NoiI ee{
E. M.' Newman Bayhcad leave '.Soutbport at 4:45 in the are bard and '\ ;"
President Oscar "
1'; was in'town Monday. For '1 ''t '
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; afternoon.
-' ., Wood leads by a small majority.For need of business cob nectton: Awit&rBig I: :
< L, W. Ennis went to Marianna ... ," ,, i .,;
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Congress 3rd District Col. Wm.W. Flournoy,. one of : .,. t;

.. on businesf. Monday. Emmett Wilson has 4ftl, Votes- the candidates for Congress was Strong andeiiable dankDo

I A. Sessoms was up from Boni- and D. H. Mays 255. here Monday morning and made *' ""''; ,*;
1 -V f.-J .
,, '.II'>!fay and spent Monday., For State Senator, Mcc'1el1anhas addrers to
Lee Wells spent a few hours 296; and'Spcncer. 241. : the Cbipley State_bank corner ;'fscj" '
For Representative, L. H. Col Flournoy is a pleasing tbe'strot1gest Bank-fq: : ',/
at Southport Tuesday. good with .. ; .,./
Howell, has 656; Buchanan,401, speaker and can hold the atten- .. '-. .,, ..' ',.'fl'1",.." ..A ..,...'.
Mendenall from "'
J. G. was up For Sberriff. Henry Farnor tion of his hearers. Wasblngto..Co.Ul1ti";: :.,7t,, /'

., .f., I Macom Monday morning. leads with 491 votes,, and--M. W. .. y.'W'> .w'1*
Governor Gilchnst last week : ..
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'. L. W. Ennis transacted business Brett: follows with 235. issued a call to the citizens of the t>- "I ',! ;1\ "

..:" at Pensacola,Friday.., For Clerk, W. B. Gainer, has
'2 4I4' state for contributions for the The First National': Balk

"'. .. AfW..Miller of Atlanta, tran- 571 votes, and Walter Cook; has flood suffers along the Mississippi 't.:; :, .
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sacted business here Saturday.. i 476. river in Louisiana. Dr..Wil-
of ChipleyThe : "
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: For County .Superintendent.. ,
w. circulated charitable ...
-..' ,'iii; Mr. Cook of Geneva, Ala., was son among our -.1 j
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.. W. T; Horne has.368; and. B. F. '' -
...:J :: one of the visitors here Friday. I people .Saturday morning I
-, Gainer'bas 363., .
." and in a short while secured :
':tJ:". Contractor R. L.., Moore of : For County Treasurer Russ $20.50 which was forwarded to ...::.... . .. .,.. .. ..;.. I.. .II.

,. ; Marianna, was in town Saturday. i has 334 while Porter is a close the perautborities.. W

Theo. Tharp of DeFuniak visited -I second with 317, amount of rain The Chipley
.. For County Commissioner for W. L. Hatch, of New York enormous
i his mother here Wednesday. O W. !
has retarded farm together
: City was in town Tuesday afternoon this spring
the 2nd district J.. W. Tharp, has r ,
E. M., Sessoms ot Caryville 178 votes. while S. W. Bush fol- enroute to his home, from work very much in this section. their friendsport'yesterday : '

j was in town on business Thurs lows with li4 votes. Southern part of the county. Mn- Still our farmers have not snffer- .

a '-.'>.' day. Hatch tells us that he selected ed as the farmers have in some cursion(' overt- .'

> -'C.'C. Johnson 'was up' from land near Lynn'Haven for a. company other sections.A point). .: .' '
; J. F; C. Griggs, of Apalachicola '
',' .0'. : Vernon and spent a few, hours ,'was here Thursday shaking of New York capitalist who spirit of exceptional deve- Statelpapers a;

I**> i "Friday. ,' hand with his numerous, ends. will 1 at once beginto develop it lopment seems to be the watchword to tell: of/'the ell'' ,
-w A" and put in 'a fruit and! pecan nur- andofe'ntertaiitionsind'
;, ... ..:'J. .;.:.; .. Mr. WhUehurst' of Fountin, J. H. :Dremmond,. one of St. sery and orchard. This 'is an all-in quarters Chipley.of Improvementin the town is : the lik

., was' transacting business here popular and prominent '
,.. industry that will no donbt pay noticeable. Enterprise and ac- the elid of these
.1.. I Friday. citizen, was shaking. hands with handsome returns' on the investment tivity go hand in hand and are Cbipley:school w

.. J. A. Rooks was down from friends here Friday.J ., as this section is' peculiar.. apparent on all sides, three.;weeks...,.". 1

... : Aycock and spent 'Saturday af- ,.R. Wells of Panama City, ly adapted to the culture of fruits ... tbJ

":., ternoon. spent.twodays here last week and oceans., I am handlingIcejn:Chipley .

" : ,.. W. O. Wells and wife.of Alford visiting relatives and crossing Nearly 50,000 people made I will appreclate..yoli: .' I

,.:' ... '" :::..were over and. spent. Sunday. and palms with his friends: homeless and reduced to beggary ICE I you the same, courteous'treat

I > ':::. .. : .Monday.. : W H. ''Faulk was up from by"the Mississippi! flood is attention I bave always .,

I'' ;.. .: Jas. Leanard was up from St. : Clarksville 'and :spent the day a'disater-of greater magnitude A. B. ." ghl.

Andrews and spent the da, here here Monday, transacting busi- than the loss of the 'Titanic with "

Monday.. ness and greeting. friends. her precious freight jnnlti-mil-

--. Jos. H. Worley of near Grace- Capt.. A, J. Gay of Panama lionaries. But thes&50,000 are Well We Arer
nearly all obscure and humble
in the B. C. train ,
ville was in town on business City came on
and the of John
.. Monday. Tuesdav'evenIng and spent the money bags With The GuodvtI" 1
Jacob Astor alone weigh more in
night and Wednesday ,
A. J. Potter was up from the the scale of "big news" than the

county seat and spent the day Mrs. W. A. Bryan was calledto woes ot all that great army of 4) The Best of FreshMeats.

Thursday. ., Live Oak this week to' be with lowly toil tillers in Arkansas, VT a Beef, Pork Sausage. etc.

..... her son.Chipley who is quite ill, Louis ,
: Tom.Farrior ,of Fountin, w'as anna .and Mississippi. Everything up-to-date and: teat,and deal.
:. mingling with. friends. here supposedly. with typhoid fever.A. "The short and simple annals of /

/ 'Thursday. G.: Chandlee.. and wife of the poor" always lack in interest Prompt service.. Phone 125.,
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::.. '.."" Howell BOwen of the Pinelbg here Panama last City week spent visiting a few their days bv the comparison rich and. great with even the at storypf time SKINNER & SI-IA R'-'

'", ; section spent a day or two here when the touch of Nature makes
,',...: last week. r. daughter Mrs Eb Standerfer. the whole world kin. Next to Banner Office.
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". They left Sunday for: a lengthy
\" ?4 Supt. .B. F.. Gainer .
< was up trip in the West: which will take c'
'":' from Wausau and spent the day them as,far as California. '

here monday.
'. .1 "J. ;: The 1.0.0.. F. celebrated .

' Attorney J. W.Kehoe, of Pen their 94th anniversary Friday by

; I sacola, was one of the visitors going on picnic Riverside, on .

:''<.;" -,. here Thursday. the B. C. railroad. A l large we want to show voi

;: T. D. Sales spent several days crowd of the Odd Fellows and a _

here last week looking after good number of their invited
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...:, ', '-: business matters.. friend '8pent the'day very pleasantly .-
.p .." ......' '":: :. J. A.,McCormic was up from bles carried. Beside with the.de1 them cious'eata they. secured -- I The. Greatest Line of Screen Doors and .:Winclows

' .: his still.near Ebro and. spent aa' an abundance of fine fresh
;..., ..: '"... .'..;, .: few days this week water fish. Ever Rhown Here. Fine Front Doors,,.(;;Sash and

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;: J.:./"' Representative'R. L. McKenzie 1{ .....; :
.--, .". spent Thursday. night and All sizes of Class at Dun Cole- Sash- Weights. Kitchen Sinks Galvanize. "P'ipe'' '' and

:,.::'.. j .Friday, morning here. manCo., ...-'. .; i 'i' A
Pipe Fitting. :-: :-: ?t. 3-
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'.,', '. ;,::. ...'.. Rev.' M. E. Grant, was circula! Get your feed stuff. from Wzi :-, ,.:.
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"::" & HELTON.. y
-!: ting, among bis friends here UAMS

': ';' ". '/', Tuesday. and Wednesday. See Dunn Cole Den Co. for FISHING TACKLE THATS FIT Forlit; +SHIN
.- : ; : Miss,Maggie Allen is spending fishing Tackle. 'J. ,

y ,.. ', .. several days this week at Southport See that f $1.50 Brogan Shoe at .. The Best Line of Fishing Taclda; Shown in]
''' the of friends.Dr. ., 5'j';;
; ; :;; guest WTT-.TAM3 HELTON'S. ,
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ti t .. Chipley 'In ManyYears. .' ..- I .
J. Ambus Wells, left' Saturday Chinamel the furniture Stain, ,0 ./
-' '" .: ,. :, '. for Soutb ort where he Kyamze at'Dunn Cole maCo., iil

'.:, >: will remain for severai weeks. Williams &Helton, have a lovely :

;,Y ...'.: County Solicitor 'A. D. Carmi Jine of Laces and Embroidery, WeAre Lookiitg pQft fy 0

r iChael spent Friday and.Saturday and the ,prices is l low down too. .
'- .at Panama and St.. Andrew. -
get acquainted

'- -. C. C. Johnson ,and. Miss 'Cora with middle aged lady for companionship Dunn-Coleman Compayn (hr wR.

.. '.Sapp both'of Vernon, were unit- ; must have good disposition ,

." : ed in marriage Sunday afternoon and not deceitful; ;all correspondence -

"' ... J. M. .,.Sapp, notary; public of strictly confidential G, AlcQUAGGE, 6ener.a"Ma"' ,

,, .' "1,;. :.Chipley- preforming. the ceremony Address A. A. ''M., this. .


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