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 30, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Washington County news (Chipley, Fla.)

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't'' 3 vol. XIX. Chipley, 'Washington County, Florida, May .30th 1912. No. 48

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1 Notice of Examination. I One good thing about the crank Congratulations to the Winners. close race. Boat Schedule: at' Southport.

is that it makes things-move, even Information as to the result in .
Notice is hereby given that an I The primary election Tuesday The B. C. & St. A.. Railroad
if they do move in a circle: the race for county treasurer is
have made with
examination for teachers, will be I II passed off quietly, notwithstanding arrangements
After all, a crank in its place is also lacking, and we are unableto
held at the Academy, in the town' interest in the result was ,at Tiller & Blackwell to run their
not a bad thing, but who wantsfo say who will be the nominee..
o'clock boat in connection with the B. C.
of Vernon, beginning at 9 fever beat, especially as to the '
be a crank? In'th'e race for county commis- train, and you can buy through
on Tuesday, the 4th day of June, race for sheriff.
t sioner in this, the 2nd district, tickets from Chipley to any pointon ,
1912. All applicants are required One of the land marks of Chip-
The:'contest between Henry John W. Tharp 'defeated S. W. the bay.Going .
to provide themselves with legal ley was destroyed last week Farrior and Wesley Brett for the Bush handsome majority.The north this boat will 'ob-
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cap paper, pen'and ink, furnish when the city had the well in sheriff's office was a spirited one Banner congratulates the serve the following schedule..
";,;';' a certificate of good- moral Fifth street, in front of The Banner as Mr. Farrior bad a long lead in ; 'I L uvo Mlllvllle _9:30( ,a.m. "

.'('. character, and pay a fee of $1. office, filled up. This well the first primary. winners.- .. Leave Leave Panama 8t. Andrew City 11:00 10:1S, a.m.a.m.. .
order of Board of Public in days past, when Chipley had
/\: By Henry Farrior was nominatedtor FREE DELIVERY at Leave Lynn Haven 12:10 p.m. '
: :; Instruction this 5th day of Mar, no waterwork system, was a con- Arrive. South port 12:30 p.m.
,,' i, sheriff, but the time of goingto Williams & Helton. _
',J, 1912. venient necessity. An on more Going South, the boat will bin -
I .' G. B. BUSH, Chrm. than one occasion the water in press we are unable to say by' See Dunn Colemen Co. for waiting on arrival of train, and
what majority, though it will 'I'fishing Tackle. there will be no delay.R. .
\ this well of valuable assist-
);: 1 B. F. GAINER was probably be between 200 and 300. I. SCARLETT,
,','I...(... .,. ance in, fightiDlffire, The Misses Richardson receivenew General Manager I
As to the race for county sup-
will cure you. goods every day or two. .
:., Phone your grocery orders- to erintendent of public instruction, I, --
". Williams & Helton. All goods we are unable to say who is winner The excursion to ,Southport Dr. T. G.. YatesEye
Dishes and Glassware delivered free. as information ot the vote is over the B. C. railroad each Sun- Specialist,

at Schell's. That Bargain Counter at the liking at the time of going to day is fairly, well patronized.You Will be in Cfiipley at Dr. Wilson's .1

Drop in and see what is on the Biases Richardson's is attracting press. But the candidates, B. F. can always get what you office the First Tuesday" in July
Bargain Counter at the Misses a lot of attention. Have vou Gainer, the present incumbent, want in the millinery line at the 1912. Consultation and examination -

Richardson's. seen it. and W T. Horne, are running a, : Misses Richardson's. free.&ssssi .

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THE BANNER, "Crowing Old Gracefully." -------------- - l

rUBLIHHKO It is a help to keep young in
At ctoipicr. Fla.WALTBR spirit to always look for the funny : t I

side ot life, and there always is .

W. "0"B8. Bdltof.Bntarad a funny aide, if we hunt for it HOT WEATHER HAS ARRIVED .
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at tb. poctoffico at Chip'''',Fla.. an in earnest. One should retain ) ,
.-.4 dau_aU..aUer.SUBSCIUPTION. ,.

: RATES: sible.their enthusiasm One cannot as help long the as gray pos! You Need a Refrigerator ..: '.::\: '\: S.<" ''.',J:' ,'

OHM TKA.B,.......fl-00 hair and wrinkkes time always ', 1" ;!- ; ""I"1"j

BOC MONTHS,.MTHKBB brings them; but the spirit need .. (,..,.J.;" .I.I:"..",.. .
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not grow old and morbid and .

*raU urnUhcd cm application. gloomy. ,A happy, youthfulspirit We have just received a nice ;-fts8N8& !h

makes even wrinkled face
Communications on live p4l'! a appear ,, ,a- .!fcp'j "
solicited. It ,." .,, Lt : .. "
cially of local Interest are very attractive. Another : {' u : "
U understood however will that be the publish- thing should do is to keep the and Ice : :) ; :_: ..
of TRill BAHNXB: not responsiblefor we line of Refrigerators ..
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opinions expressed by correspondents. .. .. j n
love element alive cultivate "
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TvS BAHMKU wants a lite representative sympathy and kindness. and ' ( 'jf"( : .fj'
and correspondent atevery postofflce and vIle sold at < ; r
"love Boxes they :
In the county, and will make liberal arrangement our neighbor", no matter' :" ..
with the rltrrt parties. what faults be .or she may have* j' .,:,,,;;,'t

There is always something lova- : : :. .. ':\1.1{
THURSDAY M.y. OO. una.I to suit everybody.'t: :
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world i it '
Custom governs the ; I shall find them. We should "
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is the tyrant of our feelings and think healtb, talk health and act up.r: i '

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health and determine that : "
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of a despot. will keep wellat.any cost. Keep V ., time to onc-f; ;
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spiritually and mentally wholesome ,., ,
The Standard Oil trust paid a <. '
and the body can scarcelybe '.
fine of $50,000 to the clerk of the / ;. ': '
diseased. We must not brood; :
Missouri state supreme court as .....:, .; .' -
we must not worry.-only the "
the result of being prosecuted as ;"x. r'J1' .. '
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serene soul is strong-and no human :' : ',' "<;. .'
a trust.. :";,' : .1"
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if : Campbell & Dekle Company.)
The Navy and War departments weekest part; we are strong "

and pensions during the mentally bodily and spiritually,

past year, consumed about three we shall be happy. Worry is a'

fourths of all the exoenditures of disease, or a symptom of disease -

the national government. and every moment of worry .

.. I weaken the soul for its daily battle won't have much trouble with I You Must Pay Up. I $.00 REWARD' .-

Think of itl! The estimatedloss A writer has said that "Worry him. He will be pretty apt to
To whom it may concern: For any case of Gatt Stone, Appendicitis .
to farmers, through insects is spiritual nearsightednessa dance to any tune you happen to

is now about eight hundred mil- tumbling way of looking at play Having bought the notes and Fistula Piles, Enlarged' Prostate

lion dollars a year. Save the little things ahd magnifying their Povery is. a-great bumbler of accounts of the L. W. Ennis Glands, Stricture Uterineand '

birds and thus aid in checkingthis I importance" One of the strongest pride. If puts a.double knot ina Furniture: Co., we now request Ovarian Troubles, Displacements'.
Discharges, Tuberculosis or Blood: Poison
frightful. devastation. cures for the worry germ is limber tongue' and makes a all parties owing said firm to call I fall to cure with iny new $5,000

... to have faith in the wisdom of our man stand 'attention and saluteat and settle or we will be forcedto machine now treating! 100 people dally

..-. Congress has killed'tbe com Creator, to trust that the -'right the slightest 'p etext. Poverty send a collector to you. All without the knlte medicine: ; ,
merce court, and there are few side" of the tapestry will"show causes that .much-boasted: these claims must be settled at No delay from business. we i pay'rail.

mourners. The court has beenan .the: perfect pattern, no matter "independent" spirit to. take once. road fare and give free examination.

obstruction rather than aid what the side work Call at once. ELECTRO-RADIO CO.
we wings and fly away. You may CHIPLEY FURNITURE Co. '
1063 Dauphin St. ;Mobile Alabama.,
because a majority of its mem- side-.discovers. "Faith .
seamy be t.i: ht.in your contention, but .. -
bers seemed to be biased against hope and charity"these ..' .. ,
are are poverty will 'cause you to yield} <-

public interests... the elements that make for a up much and pretend to'be satis- .' ".< !

gracetul, attractive old age. We fied. Poverty is no disgrace.but

Let the American, businessman are all here for the purpose of it mighty uncomfortable. Pov- The Premium List of '. ;. :} '

but get a vision of the suc- winning the battle; we cannot do erty won't get an honest mail into .-Vv '

cess that lies in the economic it if we lose faith in our Leader; jail, nor will it help send the oth- The '. : ; :-.:

weltare of the whole country, and I but if we live right, think right er fellow there. A dose of pov- Inter-State FairPensacola ..'. ..? :; ,

he will to feel now and then it good thing : :ro';". -'. .
cease panicy be-. and act right we have "done what erty a ',>.: ,r:;, :x< r
-' ," of for most men-and women.CONYALESCENT '
can the tenacious insistance I "
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,:,' deal" rule. .. A Negative Blessing. $ SEASON 1912, ." ': : :; I

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1'hoqbtForTheDa,. the fieay temper and make man Those Recovering from Any 30. Will be ready for distribution ,, /!'$ Ion '

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breaks the bridge over which he about": 't
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Wheu an ordinary man s' up After a long .wasting Illness, con. ,, ,:

'\ .. "must pass himself;' for everyman against it, be.is not apt to be valescents require nourishing food .. '.'4"1. .;..
has need to be forgivenLord ."- that will not overtax:: the digestive '' J .
'. Herbert. dominant. When man has functions-and in the way of a Jwtie 10th 't'1iJ.. : ....;.r'J.'J

plenty of money in his pocket, strength-restorind and vitalitymakingtonic ,.......,.,..;,,..:'( ,. :"
"Never tell evill of a man, if when things are coming his way, we know of nothing,that equals Everyone !

you do not know it for ceartainty' and he is on the' winning side. he' I tonic VInol,(our without delicious oil). cod liver and crop desiring a copy .shquld; 1| t.
and it
you know for a ceartainty rcommunicate -
feels that he can suit himself. Vlnol .
creates an appetite re-estab ,' .-.r
with =' <
then ask yourself. 'Why But let a turn come, and the lishes good digestion and-helps' the k

sbould I tell it?' "-La vater. other fellow is doing the punch- daily food to make 'rich blood form ,: :. { i 1 1"1"N

"Let us be of good cheer flesh, strong muscles and Impart new! J. LILLARD ,r ..i ::
remembering ing quickly does bis pride life and vitality to every organ InT'hn :: ;
that the misfortunes wane. When you have a man at body. We ask those who need d : -\ '"

hardest never come." -Lowell., your mercy,'hnd'be knows |tryout strength and flesh-building tonjc restorative Secretary and General Manager y'!' If!
f to call at pur store and get a [, .
bottle of Vlnol, with the understanding The .. .... '-,'.

,', Report of Board of Public Instruction of Washington bounty, Fla. 'that If It does not help them we Inter-State; Fair Asso. : }Jv-;
'.,:' will refund their money without ques .
Ending April 30th, 1912. -'
.Date. No War. To wbom uld. "A Dount. tlon.S.. McGeachv.
.Ap'rlll. By cash on hand brought forward..... .. .. .. ,f"i'73'43' E. Chipley, Fla. J
1 1703 J H Gnome and assistants at St. Andrew a: mo. .' 4*) 00
: :, .It. 1 170A Nelson/ teacher at Long Hay 25 days .. .. .. 5(1 25 : '
1 1705 II K L tlay. teacher at Oakle Ridge, 10 days. .. .. 17 fiO .
-- .... 1." 1 1700 Kate McMillan and assistant at Lynn Haven... .. 70 00
., 1 1707 Christine Lofsl. d..teacher at. Hanta-ltosa. ...... .. 70 (II)
1 1708 Minnie Anderson,,teachor at Woodland ..... .. .. 3000 :
,.. 1 1700 Olive Mowry. teacher at West Santa Koaa. mo. fiO 00 _
1 1710 D *Cunnlnghsm; teacher ,at Vincent .. ._ ... ._.... 80 00 .
;tl ".".. 1 1711 IdaJ..trrlel.tfI.cberatCook.. .. ...?.... .. .. 95 00 ., When Your Furniture
oj 1 1712 E W Kennedy and assistants at Chi pley.. .. .. .. 835 00 Comes Home
1 1713 i CtJaloerteacber.t Bonnet Pond. .. ..... ... 3500 '..\.' ,. j .
., 1 1714 J R p""phrey and assistants at Mouth port... .... .. 140 00 .,...
.' l 1715 Belle Russell teacher at Cypress 25 days......... 87 50 .. ..10 J
'ii" '..4. 1 1716 Esther Miller teacher at West Bay..f.... ..... 110 00 .
.. : 1 1717 Esther Jonos teacher I'owford 14 days 84 (10 r .you' like it
t ""., I 1718 Lulu Hlghtower. teacher at ClenioiiH..... .. ..... 4375 even better than wh n.1
".,'r' i 171U UertrudeUalner, teacher, Fountain .. ..... .. .. 4000 ;
.;, I' 1730 Jell le Johns teacher at Pine Island. ..... .... .. SO w) G'' you bought it here. For r
", 1 1731 Patience Roulhac teacher, Mt Joe. .... .. .. .. .. 30(10( ..... our furni C ,
,' ."."' 1 1723 AnnleMoore.te.chcr.r.l\IcNcll......;...i.a, .. -2.JO ture is the ,
r 1723 1 A Anderson teacher at Point Washington30 OO- kind that makes '
.e 4'., 1 1724 Minnie Gardner teacher, Dasher's illl. L...... 40 oor .., a home; .,.,. ,:"( .
1 1735: Jennie Darling teacher Ii' Coek's Still.. .. _.. 20 OU not a mere place -
.J 1 173, WIl'Ru8l.perdl.m..ndlDlle..8.. .. .. .. ...... .x... ,5160 to stop in. See -' ." ,
i > ". ?:f 'i t 173717W U It Bush. per diem and nille.HO. .. .. .... ....: .. 680 '" : .: ,.."..
'*' )1 DFCarter.perdlem..ndmlleage.!i; .. .. ........ -640 our china closets and : y '
,' V i ."- ,;,1 1720 BF Gainer salary as Mupt .......... .. ...... .... 100 00 If you .-::, : '" :
J ,' s'1' 1730 J-hIuley Banner, printing report.....-.., ..;.... .. 200 iJ can resist '
.,:.Nl'ff"' ',', : i-- 1731 A F Tiller' | ... .loo 00 r owning some of them '. ;"
commission as Treaeh ii t
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:,"':"t'..... 3's -Toawt.otWBUalner. Polls 1910.. .... ..l.v! .....v ''' 146 OO ce-tainly must be '
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.. -,,, .To amt. of W H OalnerPolls Itfll .. .. ... ...... '. 704 00 '. minded. ..; _.
:n'; l s .; :To amt. of W B Gainer, Tax 1011.... ... .. .. ..1. ,. ''. 2310: Od 1 v .
'3lar- 1 ... Caah on hand toll., ... ... ... ..... .. .. .. .. .. .. 373013 r l
f49W 49 f'i41\ \ Chipley Furniture .
/'May "l Amount on hand brought forward.,...,,........ .wall 13 jQompany : .., .
1 Uutstaudlncc warrants. .. ......... .. .... ....;. 653 lit :
r..1-' ,.: .: O..blo. tre..url'bl.d&te..u., .........;.,...... .f4391.11a Railroad Street'Chipley, Fla. ;.. .

We hereby e rtUIto.. the foregoing; M being correct. In" rvery particular.ft .,
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Rich Field for Those Whd PER ACRE"
Are Fond of Making Such a 4J
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f. ln IB conridered by art colleo- heard that. often of recent years, and

:on a lucrative field; and many interesting it more often each season from now

I antiquea!\ are picked up here I '
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,.1:: from time to time. Seville has numerous : : making, it? Can you make it? ,.
hope where antiquities are
1 ',1 j i told, and where the old Spanish are doing it and we know you can, .

p. -Ever '-, .'..,..' needlework may he-purchased. This r

: I tit ng 1JpoW.. ;11-1 ..;' section of the country has so recently : better' ,seed-a few inches deeper
Shave .,. 15c. (comparatively speaking)' been in- + -
M1 little more care, in cultivation, and-,
IiUrcuttng ,"... .?Sc. raded by tourists that art buyers '
Sham '::"',..i25c.Ml8sage : pounds per 'acre of "
t .25cMiIitir :;laim to find here many desirable ] .
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Stage.yai ,+..: 2.5c. things of which the more frequented ;

jountriea have,, since been almost ( ,
long -
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We S '"t ourfpatronafe.: Bold out." Probably the old Fertilizer .
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VerytRespeCtfuUyi; Spanish needlework and the woodCarvings

W. D.'Pekere.; Propr are the most characteristic ; ; the Inter-Cultural Method. ,

., ""find: ," ''though the antique Spanish
:" tnd the lustrous Moorish tiles are -and certainly very ,profitable.,

HUGE, < "iFARRIOR;, >> also much sought. Of course paint. right now that you will make it:"
DEN'l"IST:. ings are eagerly scanned, and occalionally '
dealer Armo :"i
Murillo school : sure your gives you r' :
a picture '
Crown an< "' r f;I,Work. Specialty, comes to eale. As the history of this ,.

ALL \VO t GttAKANTEISD.. : section of Spain is so rich, there are :

'Ws-Of tU6e over.',Chlpiey'''State,_ Bank. _.. m antiquities that date from the R. WELLS, Agenda
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Roman such earthen .
period, as vases

The Nefrffiirlr"'WortfThriceaweek and earthen lamps, also a little jewelry Chipley o Fla. .
V.I' k Eeditioo. and many trinkets, which are ,
:fe constantly being dug up in the ruins '
"" rTheThrlcHa &f buried cities there several FERTILIZER WORKS
"weefr World hope l0.' be ; ,
lu 190S abutter paper''than it 'ha* ever wch' in Ibis di.trict.notably Italica, 'Is : '
been before, and It hus. made It* arrangements near Seville. FLA.
uccordiujtly' *. rtsnow*. rvie.eov *" .
era the'ecttrc glob-, and 'ft report everything
fully,.promptly and aecuraWiy. 11 -dfc L_
Is tbn only paper not dally, which."U ai
Hood na a dally,'and which will keep you "Do you believe in the principleof :
as completely Informed of what "fa, hap- the recall for judges, Weary?" MACHINERY CO. ..

inning( I throughout the world. 'afted'Dritfty Hobo, as he and Weary 43. E. Bay Street.
Too Thrloo-a, wAeln World U fair In .Its
met route for -
Waggles wanner ,
political/ reports. You can g@t.'thi truth I
from'its'coliunos,'whether you are .a Re- I climes- Largest stoJk of j, 1Oery,
l publicatlot''Democrat.;;and that )II what "No, I don't," growled Weary. foresaw '
in Florida mills andplaning
YOII wan :;; ;' ." c'De.'la. judge ,I was up' before recalled : .
A Meolaj feature o{the Thrlce-a-week II. that I'd been up ,before him mills.EARQUHAR. .
Word| has a,wan been Its serlai l l 'fiction'' .
in five' ,times before that, and gimm MACJIINE 'U.
It publishes"novels by the best authors
the worldj'over' which In boolutortn veil &ixmont's extra for jt." has been built for 57 years;
fortl.BO'aiTfcce. and Itshlch standard IDtblajcspecr built than oth- "
more today any
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; will be maintained-tntheful- there anything. la all Ibis world that 1* .
e er. Let us tell you why. '
In'tn'c' past
nrc as ; >f more importance to you than good digestion Sendfor catalog"
1'lioThrl ; and price
e-a.wt-ek. .World'1; regular I ? Food must be eaten to sustain life
1Iub er'Ptl' ) price Is Otvly' $1.00 per year: I and must be digested and converted Into
and thf p'/f for 1M papers. We 'offer>> Wbet1'tl1e digestion falls the whole .
tbid Iillod newspaper TbeBsnet oo'y auVertC: Cblt berl"ln'l Tablet are a .
t nt(1'jt [ for one year' -lot; ,t.6S: Trip rational and reliable cur for Indlge.tlon.Thelaoreale Vice-President Cashier
rpi liRcrlption priM of the'two, pa the flow of bile, purify the I i A'I'H
pets''t',. 1.l blued!strew tben tbe'atoruacb? nd tone up ,National Bank
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he whole digestive app rMtnl to a naturalh.aJUIY ealera."A
a4Uiaa: For ute bv-AM Veale,.. M./lRI1tNNA. FLA. :. J

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Capital $50,000.00
to wile ten our cOI1f1c1.nUal1ette. before applying .
f">r patonti It mar: be worth money, ',
Wu i>roin]>Ur obtoli U, /I::,and Foreign ount. of, Banks, Corporations Firms ana Individuals.'
I PATENTSundTJHtADE experience: In the bankIng business enables ua to offer
facilities or any bank In Weat F.orida. We alao have a
'. :...U. 'UU7'1. MARKSpr' '. '< model*torMYIHE _*||-&- Department in which we pay interview.trtereat on depoalU. Ac.
nrj>h u>.ud. we wiaJ an IMMEDIATE let! ,ita caalljj.Jg* by personal
(TREE!!!: report'on, patentability.v. g-iva S1IWI' yonr business.F ,
the best{ Ic< al oervtjo and advice, and-om
argea are mo, rate. Try ': \ M. GOLSON, Cas ler.
r SWIPato.M r &'CO. n riMW
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Opp. US..Patent Offloe.Was Mnatcm( D.C. 1 % s y WANT

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1y Xdlt olD bu n1t: Vt ,
I : -,tako tbt Wrauf hon Training-and sL'ow nmbklon to nc.
Indorse 1)liAUGH9N'S Colleges than Indorso nU other btr'I-
I1y Gt"11'l .6I'
ryvet.avo 48 Collefrea ia,18 States. International reput-timi.'
t Y.nnldnrhip KnirllHll'Opflllnir"'' ArltbtneHo. Letter IVrlllt.r.' ltuilni-
'...... LgixH'OsniOmoUARAMEEiiunderrenutabUacotdiinrii.Hom.'
all Study. Trio sandsof !1-anAtat
Ilttle-atskble l moos film pI.... t......, r me.F vvr that Urntighon'S fern bookkeepers, and stfni;graJifi s >
1'r'itm' *rnanlnir, ITTaU IN IMffanW fEfa. Ewf.. ; naves them holding\;; good positions as the result 'i
..,'II lined with wire eahto drive wfone.N.ssrn.'nte -
and Biijmtabie Id1... Inpmttd. tarrlacabn tn work and worry 01 taking Draughon's Homo Study. .
.-king dovtr U qulek artlnc .n .
,id,*_Jo..all_a1_.. ...portable._, ......and...aal.el..lwhtsa'wMeM.a rtatlonary.W CENTURY: SKATING. the System of BY MAIL, write JNO.. ,1, UitAL'GUeit' ,
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WtMhvllle nn
., sad |.t" d d.foowuy work. Write MWoriti. ;:' Colleges teach President !
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f/jllary :
.. : .,.' i, :r-- ._ ni before, the introduction of steel PUACTIOAL.BlTSINFSS' : COLLIV. .
Gin.,o.r-, ci..ir.',01, nlon.t"" !
..y.wWt.vvN. used in [! I la. or Atlanta + ,' ;
'' 'a promptly otituhi V.! rt. sod Foreign blades, yet Londoners to go .
; for,it as early. the twelfth century.
'S o. : Fitzatephen' in his "Description of FLORIDA. Florida State College For Women ;,-

) \ ,. London," published in 1180, records TALLAHASSEE .
... that "when the great fenne or moore Institution for College of Art. and Sclmcea, Normal School. .
Nod model,... t .t/r r>nail clli v .
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ireerdtnrz < TW*t>*Nitri> VOT f" took station: School of Ilowa Xconoailca.:
uow oo ecrare r.E-N1i11 xNasPatent. the North side is frozen, l experiment First claaa equipment, throughout. 'Tuittknrree.
) many aaaUt-
". t I : : ; profosorn.. and Other expeoiea very' low. For Information
ill attendance 'last "
young,men play on the yce; .' address ,
wide MUNPIISEE Presideat.o' WARVCONBADI, 't .ldeat.
some striding as as they may [

doe slide swiftlie;,,some tye bonesto t' .r .t' ,
their feete and under their heeler, ( .
Opposite U. S. Patent !floe and shoving. themselves with a little
picked staffe do slide as swiftlie as a

_., _;..:,.: .l : :.. bird flyeth in the airs or an arrow : Printing ;
out of,a crossbow. '
,}.. ,, "SUNDRIES. n : : f Creates a good iihpre's'sioii: :

fi ESCAPES_ AN Aw ; .
nDon't .think:,a girl"aill'coo likcua: correspondents
A thousand tongue could not xprea : among: your : '
dove just'becansahe f is pigeotrtded.
: thecratitudeorMn. J., E)., C01l,or Joliet, :
rOptimisnr isn't just'grinning, but III., for ber wonderful deliverance from an and helps to give your .bus/ '
thlsH where jnost ot n* "get: off. awfUl fete; "Typhoid poeumooht bad left : '

Tbs w:a'dog's,life," yawned: the with a dreadful ougS,"be write*. "8om"' I mess prestige. ... ", ,' .'- :
Umea-I bad,euoh awlut eotuhlng IJIf'ItJi' 1
i:ijy set tonist, as .he rolled up kin \ '
woalddla, 1"could<< gel no befrom .
'ilel thought J'| ', .
"! via preparatory to:the slaughter'l dnetor'e treatment or\ other mediciDeii Printing. i a :

; "'Tifonejr'inay talk,,bui, it is 1U&1l11| till 1 used Dr. Klng'e Jew: Diwsorery. Hot *: '* r'r .
?MtjEmgrainpaiiticnJ. ,i I owe my life to tlile wonderful remedy forI Prices.
,,JtAJfngt: : e- yEad ,it worth two eeaioely cough at all sow,"* Quick and : '
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safe; IU the moat reliable of at! throat and fr eJ :
'' ;: Banned J"tb ( c
J;t aMll! door' ;;',; .r ,.'- lane mdX>lB e{' JCverv bottle guarantee, by ..
1jiid Tltagwiu' lie. .aoout''an-." now_} IWo cab IUXXV Trial bottle free at B< K.UoGoeby. !. .'. . .
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THE 'r'f

Women roo ?\'/:'' '
Contention Freely Made, and the Rea. \
...re. B lret.rv Given
'rll eon Not Born Out by ".'"
M. E. Church, South.-Pre.chlnlenr JOB"
st and 3rd Sunday at 11 a. m. and p. m, Published Facts If weak, you need Carduf, \:
PUBLI8KKntcnd 1* H. Chap 811e. Past.or.S.bbath ,
A School 10 a. m. W. N. Shetta, Although statistics were once dep- the woman's tonj<:. Cardui
I ;.1,
SuperIDt.endeot.Pra.r is made fr.de herbs
Meeting Thursday nights. recated as being "only another method "
,, WALTS.al' Young Men's prayer meeting T ,"Uynights. of telling lies"they appear to have acts In manner,
at.SUB. --- served the purpose of effectually 1 and b results, as PRINT I

, ,' .--d_ Church-Preaching every 3:nd persing one of the arguments on some ofIff along drugs
and 4th. 8 ; which
o in sometir
Wchool 10 a. m.. F. t,;. llawlc.SuperlDteneent. publicists Japan .d. As a med
: base the assertion! that the country icine- W ic--for weak,
OXB TKJIX Prayer Meeting Wednesday nights. 1
MOHTjTHBBBMO is rapidly becoming socialistic. This tirer .-out women,

'.; r....._ Dlra.r.- argument was that a tendency ex- C .a been a popular ,

J Office bour*1ao a.m. to 1:00 iin..; ei' isted for considerable tracts of landto ,s for over 50 years.Take Creates a good Imprcs
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cept Sundays. pass out of the possession of email \
II __ r Eastbound. mall closes at 10:20 a.m : co
t.ommunl farmers into the hands of large agriculturists sion among your
dally of lot! Westbound mall closes at 5:10 p.m. with the inevitable result .
Is underatw Mall from Vernon arrives at, 10 m. respondents and helps t;
? of THB BAJ and leaves on arrival of the east boundmall. that many people were exchanging CARDUI

,, for opinion !; t position- of independence for one to give business
/Sunday: hours: 11:30 m., to 13:30 p. m., your
of labor at a daily wage. The contention c-
TT& B.A.iI Money Orders Issued at all hours when
tlve and coIn office Is open, except :Sundays.J:: was accepted with general I prestige.
coufrangement the couf P HCllEbL P.31o.r oottplaisanceuntil recently a native The Woman's Tonic

Journal out with statistics
....... came '
Jl ""1.8 Mrs.: Lula Walden of -
THUR'I ICWus mowing that if any change has taken
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.U..lua: and Serai-weekly Atlanta Gramlin S. C followed
it has been in
L ; Journal, $1.73.BA.imB place a direction the .1-
per year
b and Thrice ..week New York exact reverse of that alleged, for ;, this advice. Read her letter We Do Neat Printing

World, per year, 91.65. (the number of those who farm theif > : "I waS so weak *S
is BAMHKB and !Bern: I-weekly Tlmes-t'n-' own land has increased in the last when I first began to take \t s.b"
and Chosen. 11.0. Af Ponennnhli Pri
n per year
ten years. "On the hole the figuresgo Cardui, that it tired me to

of a des $1.8,1 BxsiTBBand Home and Farm, per year to show very conclusively," says walk Just a little. Now, I

I the Japan Weekly Mail, "that while can do all the general ;rr

TheEfine General Directory. there has been an increase of the housework, for a family of ,'"rr 8' 9
of .
manufacturing population, the rural 9." Try Cardui tot yoill'troubles. 'I"

Minott STATE OFFICIALS.; population has Buffered little, if at It may be the Give us your next ordertand
the ,Governor-Alher Gllcbrlst. ,all and the
red consequently predictionsabout
a trust; ,'/Secretary: of State-II. Clay' Crawford the approach of socialism are very remedy you need. we will give you per, ,||

Attorney: General- Park Trammel not borne out by actual statistics." vmaking
feet satisfaction thus\
,Com Agriculture E. McLln. ;
Thescents Tre.surer-Wm V. Knott. \ '
past iffourtt Supt. Public Instruction-. M Hollo-. -" 'k'-i ,

1 way. "WhT do Deoolesav as soft aa 'n.& vJ_.._..,__14L.." 'IS'. .."n1.... o_ _DOJ1UUBIreland --z__. _wu_J a .AD_ renular- customers. ).;; ,
C. vroom. *
the nr,; Comptroller now, and then- is a modern word, though it ,
Supreme Court-Thos. N. Shmckleford,
"Yes P"
Chief Justice: JI.. H. Mabnr.Clenr. 'That it ?ill flowing.hard, rJl'or can be found in almost every Euro- ::1Ii- ,

"Thillosst'. Railroad Commiufon-R. Hudson, Burr, pean language. Boycott was coined ,
""I Chairman; B. U. Dunn, Clerk. in 1880- from the name of its first -
soreness or the muscles whether Induced
Judge first judicial clrcolt-. Emmett victim. Captain Boycott was agent
is now by violent exeicUo or injury Cham .. THECHIPLEY :
i" Wolfe Pensacola. berlita's Liniment Is excellent. This lliil- for Lord Erne's estate in Mayo, and ,. ,

lionbird State Solicitor first Judicial clrcul -C. meut's also l highly esteemed for the relief It himself fanned some 500 acres. Dur- ?" '

'l L. Wlliion. affords in eases of rheumatism.-Sold by nil ing the land agitation no one would ;

this ft Ksalers. work for him, his walls were,thrown BANNIESSJ :

.' U. 8. LAND,OFFICE OFFICIALS.B. I down, his cattle driven and even the .' ,

(.one 8.Chubb, Register, GalnesTlle) ,-Fla. SALESMAN HAS GOOD THING I necessaries of life had to be brought .K 1 '> I'

meremoo Shield Warren, Receiver, Gainesville. from distance
s by steamer. And "
Though the Nature of HI. Ware. Was when 60> Orangemen volunteered to Chipley, T
WASHINGTON/: COUNTY OFFICERS.Circuit Not at First Understood, H L :. j I
his )lw; ;
an obi gather :
crops they needed an escort ... ,':r.
becau Clerk-W. C. Lockey: Vornon. la Doing Well. of 900 soldiers, with two field '"
: County Judge-J. A. Hutchison Vernon. -
berifpubU i Sheriff-U. G. Allen, Chlpley.: An enterprising typewriter salesman pieces. Yet, within seven years; he .. -.- '.

; \, 'rre..urer-H. B. Tiller, Vernon. who is "drummer" for a machine lived down his unpopularity.: Having -

I. fax AMissor-J. J. Williams Cblpley. that can be easily carried an appointment in England, he ----

L4 Tax Supt.Collector Public Instruction W. Jl. U.Iner,1Cconhna.F!:Gainer, about-his friends call it "a coffee ppent pleasant holidays in Ireland.Now High Class Saw: Mill Macl1in rYe

m y Waunau.riupecvlsor. grinder," its's so compact-recently
Is I the tune to rid or We carry at our neW'.a arouse, 408
j of Registration M. hit upon a scheme for introducing get your ibeumatlam. -
and 410 East stock of
Bay St.,.a Jarfee
Simmons, Oreenbead.Countr You will find Chamberlain's Lin.
wet it into private houses, where sales, Portable and StationaryJBrfcinei;Locomotive
: iment effective.
Solicitor A. D. Carmichael, wonderfully One application
are hard to make. He shipped one and Horizontal, Return Flue
hew Chlpley.: will coavluce you of Its merits. Try Boiler ,
..--1' ., hundred of the little VTWTirritprii tn It._ .II'n.__ ..._1.._. h._.. A.I _n..I.__, .._. Ir g..._..._. Dh'; Saw_-_Mills_ ,. Planers.... _, "Edgersr '__
1 -- -- -- --- ----- -- un .
,caulby county tJunerorTboa.olllna: vary: '* -JC-n------ '4 u.aung aOQ '; ""
vllle. Fit.County. as many houses along Fifth avenue engine and aaw.Jnill: rfpairaY
t'dea weaJ.r
; Commlsiloners and the high-class residence streets ,- handle the celebrated line of HUSR'LER
: .
,.,. J. TvUlgbtower, Chairman,Vernon. adjoining. His first "come back" SEEKER AFTER KNOWLEDGE."Pa ICAN and DEL'QAC H S:Saw Millr,
i A. C. Gilbert Chlpley.S. was a letter from a Fifth avenue SOUTHERN ERIE, LEFFEL,:,;' AYLOR and
L. Davis, Wausao. ," said a little five-year-old Engines and Boilers, PERKINS Shingle Mill achinery. Special -
: woman, who advised him to "be more Stave Machinery for Turpentine Plants.
.... J. H. Porter Mlllvllle seeker after knowledge "what do Large stock carried for Immediate 1{.t 1&
J. V. F. Gunn. Santa Rosa. careful, as he had given he household Shipment. Get pri ? before buying.
can save
folks mean by dam?" you "oneyA postarwUlbrTng"ourTravelerrl"Write '
"a terrible
shock because
School l Board: everybody for literature covering
your special '
.m G. B. Bush, Chairman, Orange Hill ,- from the mistress "to the They? refer to a ban]{ that it requirements. -

ma S. J. Gainer St. Andrew.W. kitchen maid, feared "the queer look. formed to prevent water from flowing Malstoy MacHinery Co,
", F. Ruse Vernon. box my eon. 408 Q 410\ E. Hay ca A. J .
'.,Lo* ing contained a bomb, and they ckorvill. FloridaHere's
: : ';!; were about to immerse the whole (After a long silence.) "Then, pa, Long Dlmtnnc Telephone No. BT-*. ..: .

... CHIPLEY CITY OFFICIALS. thing in a laundry tub when a grocer's when our coachman, James, tippedthe
Oltaq Mayor-A. D. Campbell, carriage over was afraid he .
Marshal-John Roberts' boy told them what it was. you

Clerk and Treasurer-W. W. Cook. However, she inclosed ,a check fox was going to cry when you said, a Good Slogan -fora

t t" Council-A. D. Carmichael, chairman, "the queer looking box: :," and the Damn your eyes', James P"-New

s (. C. B. Dunn. R.McGnachy.: C. E Tharp salesman is now plainly marking all York Sun. }: :
W. O. Butler, Jr. Bigger and Better iless.i.jjn.,1i
.r; samples.-New York Tribune. Bu .
'me ..., mSflaOS!'
blt IRONY OF FATE an exponent of frankness this
-" Banner leap year maiden stands high. "Will THfi a WAY1

: ; ... < you marry me?" she asked the pert ----t 4 i:

!;;\., .:' youth. "You will have to ask father Move as fast as the procession-or moveEout, y'Take lb! I II I

'. ( Chipley Fla. first," says he. "I did," she replies, ., pace of the company, you are in or make W
dr th maxd
":A (I "hut he refused ma." behind. '

Staid far the Upbuildlnr IIELi'SAJUDGICINBAD: FIX.: '

Justice KII!: Cherry, of Uillib Mill. Ten.i., Don't .!stand-in- the of '
way new ideas.
'. was plainly! worried. A bad sore on bin. leg ,pause ,,the
Chipley, bud bulltoil several doctors end long resisted path of better system. Don't settle down on(;the ladder of
all remedies .I thought tl was a cancer -
success. Don't "
Washington County. ," be wrote. -At last'1 .used Bucklen's he a barnacle. on the ship of'preuChanee'means 7' ,

Arnica b"al\e, and was completely cured. \\i: .
And Florida; I Cures bu rocs, bollcs. ulcers, cuts hrusiee progress. Progress'mean&> ,
and piles, 25 cents IIt'S" E. McOeachr. ent
Tramp-The way of the world Advancement
'Aa Those who have and SO YEARS means movement. MOVE!
< .Subscription, $1 I Per Year. I money can buy EXPERIENCE
boots-fly Fliegende! Blaetter. .a.dvanC

,?: II-! rrr : I DON'TBLOCK, THE WAY!

...,'f: -We make Specialty ETA: DEAMUNSOFT111CWAMP' : '. 1 rTRAOL ,:
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,,", are mosquito Aa they sting they nutdead- t
"., ) Neat, lr malaria germs in the blood :Turn follow
the toy chills a ud the tires or fever. The appetite MARKS CURTIS L. JONES. TOARMidflEiI;
Artistic flies and the DESIGN
strength falls;; also malaria ,
1. :. ..' often paves. the way for' deadly typhoid Anyone sending.klltb COPYRIGHT and de.erlpIinn Ac...... Notary Public State at Large' J-JL A Attorney>iWP
.. Commercial Printing, But JCleetrio: Bitters kill and oast qntekly InTvntlon' xmrtnlii!.probably our pAt4tiCMt opinion>frw l4k CJommuniOi wfrathcr aa .|IatwtO.Volleetioea.QpeolAlf

.'- out the malaria gerirs from the. blood; give .tlonMitrlotlyraniliiQiktlikl..n'f._ 0.." ..., HAK0800K seaurtn.swa m ifw&utMit te, All business entrusted to ;:': i'\
::you a floe appetite\ and renlle10uratreo"lb."After taken through Mann 4"tftdml Curr.alie ",thlpley.; Flaw
IOBJ; suffering"' wrote Wm. Kret- n.k..wlthouadbarseertheScictttifk my care will have my prompt ,.t!,JksAe r* _

The Banner well, of Lucamal'I.' C., "three bottles drove JltMrlcall..A. attention. Fees tr

., aU toM malaria from my system, and I've .nd.omeryfiuatrafad _..,.. lJr...t err, reasonable. i) J. J 0 ,
", had good health ever since," Beet for all eniationofanyMNnOaa JoornaL TN. Can be found at
,. font month.L bold Post Office,
\ Fla. stomach. llvr and kidney III*. 50 eta. at I UNN & COSe1af..da.y:N WM I I.k

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MatUr of Molatur lm Always On* of (9I
When Chipley Citizens
1nd[ !lI'Iocero, After Long Tam the Most Important Con
+ ptlvlty, Is D.ad Of deration. way. ,Wire F ence !

Old Agfche ,. ..,, '
There can be no reason why any
.According to the medical folk "
5 \ ; reader of tnla who suffers the torturesof "
moat 1''auznonsfnimalf irtificial heating of a house with 6)
in thf an aching back the anoyanceot urinary
d haa passed away fry, hot air is both unhealthful and disorders, the pains and dangersof .

Jim' the gigantic Indi* expensive. They declare. that it beta kidney ills will fall to heed the r" \ : :: 3
grdena, .TFt-J "
1 of the zoological =;: tuberculosis, pneumonia and words of a neighbor who has found re. I '"" .
}itky'London. olds, and they claim to have plent1fprool ner. Read what a Chipley citizen \ '

never conquered,,.and at to this effect. Their advice says: e \\ ,1' l'' --- 2'4"4SJ

sons of the,year he wouldy ia to moisten the' air a bit. Nrs. Nancy Richards, Second St., .

with his; cage. He:never Pennsylvania board of health Chipley, Fla., says:, "Dean's Kidney i i"r\ ........ -- .- ..- .
r Erart himse1f1.but he ended advice the subject Pills rid me of kidney trouble three 4' I '
Has.\ prepared BOOM on -..... -
1; With eztraoidisitieit years ago and the cure has been per I .
I g his }dead j and ia distributing it in the 4. \- -
made him, an manent. 1 gladly re-f!ndorse this rem 3illtfi- ...
: l which form of a bulletin. This states thai .. ..
A$ : edI had been In poor health quite 3. 111' 1: .
j : :terror to children., been moistened air' does not have to bn awhile and 1: now believe that It was -.'.....,:..._................ --.......-""" .',...---.- -- -....._ ..---::
" 8 mice's gilt, having ,heated,. to aa great a temperature a* all due to week and disordered kid .
"by the predecessor of the in order to be made comfort. in e
: dry air neys. There was a constant pain
r Maharajah of Cooch Behar abler When,you feet cold, therefore, the small of my back and I was very : Just a word Farmers and Fence Builders: :

'turalist' .has undertake to Instead of seeing whether the :fur nervous aj.J:: subject to headaches. I

r ; .18 hide into walking sticks. .face. needs .fuel, find out if the air slept poorly and what rest 1 did get, Having made deal for Ten Car Loads ::
ek J before he died Jim was docs not:want .water On a cold day did not refresh me. I heard so muchabout 0

o-get upon leas feet. Never the windows, of your room should Doan's Kidney Pills that I decided the Best American Steel Wire Fence, we $
ventured Into his l I to give them a trial and got a H of.
ad a keeper have the perspired look of a I :
matpimply I box. I have much to be thankful for.
in the -
a felt no-jnalice washday. In cold to make better prices
window on a very This remedy lived up to all the claims ,felt it waa to be )
deathbed leather the panes ought ,"
made for It, correcting my trouble. le-
: keepers.On his frosted.. than ever f..
eVen took For sale by all dealers. Price 50 G
rated them and find this is not the case the
If e
you cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, .
5m their"hands. Sir: probably needs a drink., Place a New York, sole agents for the United I i 0 Be sure you 'see us before buying wire, (

j ied from sheaf old age;. e.fte.Js' pan-of water in the room, or, if you States.. .

jn Regent's park., Kxami- have steam heat allow a little of the Remember the name-Doan's-and : elsewhere. It means money saved. &
4 showed that Ji 's teeth had feelcomfortable .
} I vapor to escape. You will soon take no other.
, : ,
these .. .
piim., unlike: the .llArse,, though the temperature Ie
: y'contin.ue' to grow, and. -when will not have risen. To Keep Business Active. C
.f your room S Hdw. !
<'ji! fUHBpa worn away the rhinoceros With properly moistened air a People who succeed in busi-

lie. Man ia 'as old aa his art room need not be healed: more than ness find from experience that G

'and the rhinoceros aa his .64' degrees. to the keep unly way constantly to succeed digging.is I ."4J!) .ll!). .................. }

When you let up tne business --

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.. deal easier to loose business.thanit Department of the Interior ,
'' U. H. Land Otlteo at Ualnt-svlllo, Florida.! WUFarber -
is to secure it. While you are May 4, 1912
'-?; 'I lok.i'ProbabIr.WasP4.tlr. taking a resting spell the other j Notice Is hereby clven that John L. A. I
; un..tb Oodwln of Sexton Florida who on July
.: JN" Chances.fl .' I fellow is not, and before you 27, 1910, made llomcstiiad Entry Serial Sho.p.
'.F;, know it your business is getting No. 07131, for EX} of WWJ< ,and NX'of
> ? l 'There HVV>f Section 2.Township 1 north, Haiige ____-..... ---.... 1I
from are
1 >: ';:of. 'Mr. J: :L, Tooje's ,little away you. many 13 west TallahasRC-o Meridian,. has' tiled

j gave Mr.., ,;7nstice.fawkina: 'a >w purposes that can only. be attained I mutation notice of Intention proof, to establish to make claim Hlnal to Com the T. H. CALLAHAN. Propr.I .
by perseverance.The
i : ;; fright on'one occasion, accord* business land above described bnforp the County I
/ only way to keep at Vernon, Florida, on the 13th
Judge 'barber
'I Mies Soldene"Recollections. opened a
told have just
I ; a'.story "by; active is to use liberal space in : day of Juno 1U13
. r > ." the Everybody i r Claimant names an witnesses, : Wills A. shop in the Dekle old building, on.
newspapers. Taylor, John Feltls, J W. 1'tppin..1. W
'.. Hawkins: was: sitting in, a rea4s the newspapers, and the Taylor, all of Hexlon. Florida. corner west of First Nat. Bank,

Tceleltke at',the,Liverpool assizes newspaper is a welcome 'visitor Ed fee paid HenryChubb./:! Reilister.I and will appreciate a share of .

' fr. T la :was playing at;jane,of in everv house where it"goes, and your barbering trrfde. I guarantee -

,.iver 001 theaters: :.' The,,'judge the audience it reaches is enorm- I NOTICE FOR PUULIOATION.Topartni to give you satisfaction,
firPot(! > to say-bewas: sitting late, ous. Almost any styie of advertising I Ualnesvllle nt of the, IIIt.prlor'l
Land Oflice at
results, U. S.
will produce some lOc.
iwoull Mr. Toole come over,after: Nay 11, 1013 Shave
but there is no class of advertis- that Richard
\ Notice U hereby given
rei jormanco and(have supper ing for the money invested that V]avl* of Euontlna, Florida! who, on AURlists. Half Cut 22 So.

';, j b Mr.. Toold, pted'betti begins to bring the returns, that No. 07'. 191Q 85.,for made NWtf llomostrad Soctlon 24.lOntry Township Serial

:' ." During supper, ,talking true toEdith constant, intelligent and liberal 1 north Range 13 wpst, Tallahassee Meridian -
*:the 'events of.the,day, Hr.'Juslawkina Mabel- your'thoughts newsoaper advertising brings. I halt tiled notlco of Intention estab-to SCARLETT
Final Commutation Proof to R. F.
I Tom t ,
r said he should next days lisn claim L tot"-n .lana aoovn /I ascribed,
-Oh I yes. Whenever: \ before the County Judno at Vernon,
fifteen <
s hia man : years" ether man kisses me I try to thI WE DO i Florida, on the 20th day of June.J)18, Notary Public.Real .
L. C.
fcOh; sai4 Toole, on leaving, Claimant names us witness:
kissing. Wells, V> Low, John
la whq's William
it Tom Carter
old you mind me'calling at the ., >: I Uarrett. all of bcontina Klorlda.HnrrylS. Estate Handled:
1 ,
4y |dent'. morning newspaper>f offices!! TRLJR SELF-CONQ w E'TsEre lULl: LETTER I Ed fee paid Chubb Koglstnr. Collections a specialty.Office .
;, felling Them about the 'fifteen HEADS
; BEADS 1.{ '
,1 ra\ ?' It. jjpJll; be alp..fqfth mHdo. :; ft log can float wfth the cur. I NOTICE FOR PUULICATION.Uupartnunt In First National Bank.
/end of' with thee I NOTE ENVELOPES i ilIEAns of the Interior,
: nnep" good >3 3sesotua rent, it takes a man t<> fight sturdily I vllle. lorlda.'
information_ you against aU opposing tide that would 'BUSINESS: ::! : U S. Land Otlico at Ualne May 4, 1013. A. \V. WEETi S,

aw, and'scion." of course CARDSCIRCI'LAR9 Notlcu ,lf hereby given: that George: W.
I out its
sweep his craft STATEMENTS N I 1 tlarrell. of FountainFlorida! : who on Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Good gra ions, no, air t I" thun When jealousies, the petty intrigues March 13, 1911, -made Homestead Entry,

fit'the Jufige,. and walked :with ', and the meanness and the fI' IPAMPILLETNMILL ,,borlaf of! NEK No.and 08224.NEW for of Ek NWtf of! NE, Section;C. ba W 12)(, Bonlfay, Fla.

ale to his hotel, tucked him up, misunderstandings in life assail you -COMMISSARY Township 1 north Range 13 west Tallahassee Office in Lindsev Building.

",:waited tjntil the Joker;waa- fast .rise above them. Be like' a lighthouse l'I1Ecini I CIIEC ,, tion to Meridian make Final has Commutation tiled notice of proof Inten-to -0-

p. and s .fe.fromtemptation.READ : that illumines and beautifiesthe RECEIPTS DRAFT: establish claim to the land above deicrlbPd Court- ..-Prompt, personal serviceto
before the Clerk of the Circuit '
snarling,,swashing waves of the WEDDING N VISITING I at Vernon )!Florida on the. 13th day of clients.

,:, FOR: OPPORTUNITY term that threaten itf that seek to June Claimant, 1912. names as witncsso: Frank!
undermine it and seek to wash ave, INVITATIONS, .GI' UARDo_ : Taylor( Compass Lake, Florida, Will
|lt is not opportunity ihat ilack- ,it. This is eonque .-FOW *'3elf ,, I"
g.. It is back of power on our part Control* by William George Jordan,' TO ORDER Henry. S.: Chubb. Public
Register- Notary
Ed fee paid
I you> lake.tip see job as;you. come I I

V: it, throw '1!> raelt' into, ft ,"titur. FIND PLEASURE IN WORK. State at ,Large.

full., powers, before:long t jounl ; -
\ be ,getting'; ready! for the, :nextkigher ;Jfcst of the work,of the world ia .

opportunity, before long yoq drudgery. I have seen President Both'f IRA A. HUTCHISON

rill: find, yourself among the most Roosevelt: performing all 'day noth Your Home Paper Attorney at, Law.

Rleient people 1 of 'your generation ing but.drudgery, but,he didn't real ,, th.end Office at Vernon. Fla. .

p ortunity"';wi1l' be; chasing after ize.it was.drudgery*, The men who PriceThe .

ovc,instead:"o! you chasing after opT' succeed' do not know that they are Will practice in Circuit Courts of

rtI ," -President 'JaulesJ TJni- performing drudgery. Don't work Pensacolaiournal one Florida and the Federal Court

ersitJo, { Illinois, ::"_ for wages. Work for the,accomplish.
\ 'r ment of something.. God put into DR. R. E. TILLER.
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desire to do some FRANK L., .MAYK8._ Edltof.This .
: :MUST, BE PUSH BEHIND IT. the human mind
.. ," "'. God made the notable in DENTAL ,
thing. It is godlike. U go>n { to be the most year

But, :''thet;manufacturing of, an arJttcle 'world; we must make or do some- American or Florida Politics. You, of course, wantto Chipley. Florida ,

enough: fhetticle'; must.be made keep posted. 'Office over Pint Bank,
Here is the -
|fcnown., 'It must, be, made; widely MADE FORTUNE MU8KRAT8.. town!. 'paper and one outside paper. proposition .

known;, Its Inherent superiority : .
|must,be" insistently and continuouslyl&npresspd Having'paid' for a line farm neat REQUUAH PRIG COMBINATION PRICES. Orion Lodge, No., 40,

'"upon',the plastid mind'' of Hilton by the trapping of muskrats 1 year.$5.00 F. a. A..M. ,

fineconsuming'public; : : a" judicious Mrs. James Jones has so fallen in Your local paper ... . .$1.00 j 6 months$2:50: Regular Communications: Second
with the work that she finds it Saturday and Fourth Friday night in
|and liberal .use'of newspaper &dvUsmgDt' -, Iou
: n Diily: ) $5.00 3 months.$1.25 each month. .
far (
it Thus The Pensacola Journal
.P' .
V'C.price.: to"give up. .
:; impossible
.. ..... Visiting Brethern cordially Invited.W.
.. I' this season she has broken all( hei Your local paper .' $1.00'll year. .$1.50 L. TAYLO, W.M.
,,PROMPTNESS.. records for the :nuwber' ol: W. W. JOKES Sec.
HELP, JO., .." :, previous muskrat trapped Ptn88colaJoumal (WeeklY) $1.00 $ 6, months. .75c "

Anxious\ Yolee Over-,the Phone- Mrs. Jones is not only a trapper TM P.fl..o..< Journal I* not only Ua most W.., pro".unc.tI Florida1 I..dlegd.1y. ndve- I. O., O. R. NOTICE.

'octor, ; pleaseDhurry: : over, to our of muskrats but la an expert, rifle MM .N bat Prflr.It !..9mrdt4..4v. Democracy by many In as "Florida. It* editorial policy Until further notice

house. One of the'family has auddenljr shot and 'occasionally kills an otter, !. wleOrOua ...! bidoponclcnt' "It* news i.rvlo. to compUt. and .It4ar .fCbipley Lodge No..56,

n : beeatrickea-' with ',a. :fainting a mink, an opossum or a raccoon. In .dv.rd.M. w/untn. ol.a' n. I. O. O. F., will meet at,7:00 p. m.

fit. Is theVe .anything,;you "want five years the efforts 'of the woman You can get this special price now, which appliesto each Monday evening. ,

ready "when: you)get. :here ao that have resulted In the purchase of s paid-in-advance subscriptions only by sending By order of the Lodge;.

_there 'wIlT be n' 'tlroe' lost'Doctor nearby farm which she and her fame home W. A McQuAGGE, :N. G.

.' Y 8% er You may .have ,ily now occupyrr-Milton Letter itth the money to your paper. S. B. JUDSON. Se.v.t. .

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:i I Personal. IT.t .
:. : The following invitation has ] Town Topics. II

been sent to the out of town MOST

. Schedule of friends of Miss Tbarp and Mr. Swat the fly. -
1 I B. C. &: St. A. Rallrood. Hardwick: '
Didthe election go to suit you? ANY
!r;, : Effect!** March 12 112. MM Ada MlrlaiA Tbarp
Train No. 1 TralnNo. S: Invites you to be orosuntat aintithotenough man is' .
: Uolnn SouLh.taLlon Uotoal"lonh. the marriage of her daughter '
abroad in
the land
again. BANK
1 kv. ll:0o a.m. Chlpley 5: rN r 11:33 a.m. Wausau -4:87: "
,nr 12:02 p.m. tJreenhead 4:00: p.m.h to Don't strike a man when he is
y Mr. William Marlon Hardwlck
12:0 Riverside 3M f
p.m. : p.m. '
: down for like truth he rise
4 1 19:48 p.m. Vlckaburg 3:12: p.m. on Thursday evening Jun< thn sixth may
Ar. 1:00 p.m. Sou tb port 8:00 p.m. Lv. nineteen hundred and twelve. again. e
., at eight o'clock f Can handle your business after a fiia Ion hen
i Summer time has gotten hereat
'u W Uaotlst Church
J. J. Stokes is on the nick list
Chipley Florida. last, and the ice man is muchin en t mes
f' this week. time are good and money easy.
The numerous friends of Miss demand.

W. T. Farrior was over from Tharp in Chipley are cordially. You are sure to find a lot of are hard and money tight you ;feel J!

Cottondale Tuesday. invited to be present and witnessthe help around when there is no >IJ'

Sheriff Allen was a visitor 'at marriage service. ... work to be done. need of a business cohnectton vy; t

Panama City Sunday. I .
; The county commissioners. and and Reliable 'Ban
,. Dr. Wilson was called to\Wausau school board will meet in regular Big Strong
professionally Monday.. I Wf\USf\U, I I monthly' session Monday.
Do banking business and make ':YQUi credit
/ Dr R. E. Tiller and wife.spen Commissioner S. L. Davis was ,Be at war with your vices, at \i;

Saturday night and Sunday at in town Saturday. peace with your neighbors; and good with the strongest Bank in. '.
ernon. let.every week find you better.
Mark Blue of White Oak wasa '
W. O. Wells and wife ofAl Washington County. :k
caller here He that will
h Saturday.Jeff not reason is a big-
ford, spent Sunday and Mondayin .
ot; he. that cannot of fool
reason a ,
town.J. Ancerson of South Bonifay ,1 1.& .'-_. ____ __..-_____._ I, i;" J
spent part of ( AU" lac' LUiSLldnB: a.lba' 50n IS a
H. Porter was up from the Saturday here. slave.. The First National';fBank;
', W. B. Daniel and wife of Bradford .
county seat and spent a while
Saturday. were in town Saturday.J. Don't brood over the past or fi of ] '
Chipley. ,
dream of the future bnt'seize the
S. Craven was over from' T. Britt .Cbipley, was one instant'and get your lesson from : { .
of the
)eFuniak and spent a day or two visitors here Saturday. the hour. .
rst of the week. Dunk McQuaggc ot Chipley ...............;..........,'B,.t..f............ ............
R. E. Cook came up from Was\ was transacting business here By mutual agreement practi-I c"
Monday.B. cally all the stores will .p
$-' ngton to exercise his right of o'clock m the afternoon from Rub-My-Tism will cure you. 5 or 6 doses 666'will break any
,'J, uffrage Tuesday. F. McKeithen of the ''
Valleywas '
of Chills& F 'ver
June 1st to August case ; ; It acts on
15. All sizes of Glass at Dun Coleman
: > J. B. Farrior of Clayton, Ala., mingling with friends here # Co.Saturday. the liver better.thacfCalomel, and

i;: > ; was visiting among relatives here Saturday.E. A "pull" may get a man or does not gripe orsiCke'tu.. ; 25 cents
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: !,' : 1 first of this ., S. Tiller and wife visited woman a job and keep it for them will be flour day at -- *- '
relatives- but it will never.make them effi- Williams & Helton. ,
kd J. E. Mincbin returned Friday Graceville Saturday See Skinner &Jghajrreri before

I' evening from a short trip to and Sunday. cient or help them to_ make good. White House sboes'go like hot .selling your.gree4t: es. They

:i': t points on the Bay. The weather is exceedinglydry it these summer days fail to cakes at Williams & Helton. The Will pay tnek E.llIg-b cst Uarket

'..' Rev.. Mr. Morgan, the' pastor, ., now; some crops are. suffering I make you want to grab your rod people are finding out they are price in cash f o(t'tbermHerrick .. .

i\ is conducting a series of services for rain.George and tacklebox it is a sure sign the best shoes made. .."', .)'fo' ..,

'::,, r. I"' at the Baptist church. Watts of Chipley was that you are either growing old We are making extraordinarylow :JRefrineratorsare

:, Attorney J. W Kehoe of Pen- looking after business interests or growing stale. 4 prices:: on Laces and Embroidery the best.; ;. : Samples

,., sacola, was mingling among his here the past week. Six died from excessive heat -closing out our line of this in Stock.. .: '*. W t

i" ;; friend -here Saturday. Sheriff Allen and R. F. Scar- jn Pittsburg Pa., last Friday. material-Misses Richardson. W:!J. HELL.

I I ,.' L. & K. tie inspector A. L. let of Cbipley, were business. visitors It gets rather rather warm in .
i Thornton of here Saturda> Florida sometimes;but no one I "
was one the visitors am handling Ice in Chipley again'tips season
: 'l' here Tuesday morning. Uncle Ben returned from a here ever died from excessive I will appreciate your patronage'-'anl/'promise' /:

f! ; E. L. Reddick, on old Chipley trip to points on the Bay where beat. .1 ICE 1E attention you the same I have courteous always given treatment yoaLhretafore.A. aad< prompt.
he had .
officially. The
doy, but now located at Jacksonville paper houses are sendingout

; was here Tuesday. Glad to note that the health of notices withdrawing present E. Nowlin, : ";
/ Uncle Samson Carter is quotations for all kinds Open from 8 to 10
Dr. Leslie Britt is at homl such now ot print O'clock"deindoyB..,'; ,
/from New Orleans, where he ha that he is able to be out again. paper envelopes, ,etc., owing to -- -
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i I been a student at a dental collect J. H. Porter of Vernon the advance prices soon .to' be -'-' "'',',''\ ;"-'i,, t", .
was /1
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7LTPOItI ; .
made by the For ." .
I Vfor the past year. here Saturday afternoon enroute paper trust. Pub- ijPt .1"\ >
I ;k ,
lisrs in ,
4 home too are the clutches of a \.t
i Alex from points on the Bay. "
; / Campbell returned home trust OR S' G'E
that is sdue'zing every ,
i /from Gainesville Saturday morn- Miss Jessie Johns of Sneads is I cent possible out of the customer. ,:
I I ing, wbere he has been a student here spending some time with Publishers Phone 1S5, ;If" & .
must suqmit to this 1)-)" '
I \\at the State University. / : her sister Mrs. O. B. Roche. robbery and to enable them to and the floods will be there beforefllBe: cook can

+ Judge Hathaway and wife passr J. E. Porter came up from 'his make a bare! margin profit will kindle a fire' in the stove. us. '!" <
Try :i;;
rJi fed through town Tuesday after- tie camp near ,Green head and have to increase prices onall ,. \ ;JP. ,
: noon enroute to their Bonifay spent Sunday here with his: fam- kinbs of work turned out by their ECIIVIVIUr: Ac SI-I.AB.n 11'i'MArtto : .

home from a trip to Bay points. I ily. respective ofifice. + c ,;;:.iIt"tt,!'"":' ,;;,' ,
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\/ eslie Atrord, ,.who has been a The past week has been the 'u-' 'k'A. _

tudent in a North Carolina: col- busiest one with the politicians ; .' .""" ..
liege for the past year, returned /since the campaign opened and -- - -

home last week to spend the all the interest .
\ vacation seemed to be centered : ;\>
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period.The / in the sheriff race.M. : : ,\

.. W. Brett of South Don itay, :: I
W. O. W. lodge at Duncan was a caller here Saturday en- we to show ifitI;
will have ice
cream supper route from points on the Bay to 1'

Saturday night, June 8th. The other parts of the county, in the --- ---------_._-------- ,: ":''" ...
,I public is cordially invited to at interest of his candidacy for -- ,.' .WW.. ., ,,.

:' I- tend. The proceeds will be used Sheriff. ;i I The Greatest Line of Screen Doors and WinclpWsfE'?''
for the benefit of the lodge. ,
The ,
revival .
meeting conductedby "
When the battle is fought 'and Rev. T.. W. Weaver and evangelist Rhown Here. Fine Front" Doors, Sash :

the victory is won you may rejoice W. W. McCord and wife of Sash
I. ; but the bravest and best Atlanta closed Sunday night. Weights. Kitchen Sinks Galvanize Pipe rindl-

are those who can smile in the The meeting was! well attended I \

if I face.. of_ defeat, when. be knows and a grand success. The Bap- .Pipe Fitting., :-: :.: .. -..... ..... ..-._..- :,".,-... I!! i .

mat ne bas none DIB best 10 win. tists in this community joined in : .. \\\\0" ,.; :

Screen the doors and windowsof assisted the services and collections and FISHING.. TACKLE THATS FIT FOR FISHiNG
in -
home, especially those of. the making each a suc :
.kitchen, dining cess. We are informed 'that a The Best Line '
room and pantry. of
bell and seats have been Fishing Tackle Sho'
If you cannot do this, at least ordered ,rin

scree'the food itself especially the for the.new be church; and good results Chipley] in Many Y ears. .._. '. "' ,\."....,. .
seen many days '
milk in which germs multiply ." ':'.
hence. Revs. +,
;i. with more than ordinary rapidity Mc- _.
Cord and wife left Monday for .,
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r Two 14-year old New York Pleasant Grove where they will We Are !tJ.
; .. boys read "Jesse James".and re- hold services for ten days. For YPp
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solved to go West and hold up a .. .
r train and gut rich, quick. They Chinamel, the furniture Stain,

were at least half a mile on the .Kyamze: at Dunn Coleman Co. Dunn-Coleman 2iii r.,, \
'way to their ambition when their y- :

bulging pockets excited the cu- Mason Fruit Jars; pints I iJ, .

..;riosity of a nosing policeman. and quarts; 50c dozen at A. G. AIcQUAGGE. General'ri''A"

Tbe rest of the story IB easy. Schell's.
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