The Chipley banner
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 Material Information
Title: The Chipley banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: C. Tharp & Co.
Place of Publication: Chipley Washington County Fla
Creation Date: June 13, 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
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System ID: UF00075891:00308
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Succeeded by: Washington County news (Chipley, Fla.)

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Boat Schedule at Southport. Best paint, lead and oil at Dunn. Lynn, Haven to Have a Rousing 'events;; and it is expected that excursion -" You Must Pay Up.

The B. C. & St. A. Railroad Coleman Co's., .' : Fourth of July Celebration.? rates' will be secured. 1,0 whom it May concern:
from all lines
have made arrangements with Have you tried Williams& Hel- Last year the citizens ot Lynn transportation' I Having bought the notes and
You cordially invited to
Tiller & Blackwell to run their ton's flour? It's the best in'town Haved bad creditable i celebration are accounts of the L. W. Ennis
a : spend the 4th of July at Lynn
boat in connection with the B. C. Furniture Co',
we now request
Chinamel and Kyanize for your of the Nation's birthday,notwithstanding Haven,and have a good time.
train, and you can buy through all parties owing said firm to call
floors and furniture at Dunn- '
.. the town was onlya
tickets from Chipley to any pointon
and will be forcedto
settles we
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the bay. Coleman few months old. On the 4th of S or 6 doses 666 Will break any
send a collector to All
Going north this boat will 6b- White House Shoes: give per- July this year tbe day will be, celebrated -,' case of Chills' & Fever'it; acts on these claims must be settled you. at
erve the following sched ule.- the liver better-than Calomel, and
fect comfort and satisfaction. on a much larger scale.! once. ,
Leave Lnavo Panama Mlllvlllo City 10:16 9:30 'a.m.a.m. .Williams & Helton sell them._. Several committees have been appointed does not gripe sicken.. 25..cents. CHIPLEY FURNITURE Co.
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Leave St. Andrew 11:00: a.m. add. I busy -
Leave Lynn Haven 12:10 p.m. Quite a bunch- of pretty new they are already for >> ,................................................................. '
Arrive Southport 12:30 'o.m. goods have been received at the making arrangements an i :
Going South, the boat will be Misses Richardson's this week. extraordinary good time. There C. P. -
waiting on arrival of train,and will be various kinds qf. sports GILBBRT, .."
Best price on wire wrapped '
there, will be no delay. for the entertainment of everybody -
hose, bath tubs new gasoline Successor to SKINNER & SHARRON.
R. F. SCAKLETT, --.old and young; and an ad- .
General] Manager. stoves-and ranges, garden ----Dealer* Infwt. i r
dress by some prominent man
plows, sash weights kitchen -
at will interest all patriotic citizens .11 ricers; Presh Meat.
sinks oipe and 'pipe fittings, J ,.
Dr. T. 6. YatesEye Dunn-Coleman Co'e. 'rhe Cornet, Band wjJl-futiiis'h- inspiring .
Specialist, rousicfand; a wholesome Promptness i'5 riiy fl otto. ,

Will be in Chipley at Dr. Wilson's Herrick Refrigeratorsare interchange of greetings will afford So Let's Have Your OrdeTr
office-the First Tuesday in July the best. Samples pleasures worth while. Cir- r-ti. ? i

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THE BANNEBPUBLISHED I _ ..u IAI_ _-_ g---------......

EVKBY THUKSDAY. I l Wf[..Jct. f U. J JWm. I .

At ChlpJey, Vim.WAL.TBM SJboeres of Harlabor

W. ...ON138. BdltOf. in town Monday. Your Old Shoes Au Worth MoneI

Entered at the poetoffic at Chlpler. Fta.. *. Mrs. Noah Wilcox wasshop-
Mooad claaa mall matter. ping here Saturday. -

'_ -=- We You 50c For Them.
SUBSCRIPTION BATES: Frank Enzor was transacting. Pay ,

ova THAR,.................. .....11.00 business here Saturday. ;
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t : MOMTHB.......... ........ ..85AdTertUlnc Postmaster Payne of Macom, i

was a caller here Tuesday s' ,y
i rate fun>lehe4 on applicatlou.t' .
Miss Jane Tiller visited rela- '
Communication on live topics, saps With each CASH purchase of new Shoes N1 N1e.y
daily of local Interest are solicited. 11 tives west of town Saturday. .
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Is understood, however, that the publish .. "r :
of TRill BA.MHKB: will not be reaponsibU Mrs. C. A. Grubbs visited with .
for by correspondents at more than three dollars. With each cash
opinions expressed:: :
Mrs. J. J. Cox here Thursday. "
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tlve TTB and BAWNIB correspondent' wants a at live every representa postofncc e Eealy Wilcox of near Jacksonville purchase<< a pair at three dollars or.'l less, We: -
In the county with, and the will rltcrt make parties.liberal arrangements spent the past week here. .. :".',c '

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THURSDAY! ,.....no. '3. 191?. ning section was here Saturday.

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T. L. Jones and wife were min wear
except-that you the
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gling with friends here SaturdayJ. ,'*-....*.*
State Democratic Executive Committee "

at Jacksonville last week, J. Cox and F. M. Rogers old ones to store and new ones away., ":;:, '

Frank J. Fearnside of Palatka, spent part of last week at; the : < r .
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was elected chairman. A good Deadning fishing This offer is good until June 30th. ;:V r;;.:. .

selection.By Miss Fannie McKeitben of the ""1I.
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Valley visited with relatives and .',..:"" 'K'v, ,

t a vote of 35 to 34 the senate friends here Saturday.' '. ..'P'*,iiCtt. ]:'..,

voted'down an amendment to the .* : '*;" ( '
E'' B. Tiller and Everit Wilcox -' "
metal tariff bill offered by Sena- > -
transacted business in the Valley ;
'ator Smith ot Georgia, placing a Campbell & Defile:
west of Vernon Thursday. Company.By .
large number of farming implements -

on the free list. Rev. T. W. Weaver, wife and

.. children returned Monday from

Life tenure in office is the New Hope where he had just clos-

ed a successful meeting. I
progran as Henry his vetoes of the bill by NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.

Watterson sees it. Perhaps the Curtis I:.Jones and sister Miss which the democratic house IP I Dapatrmeiit of the Interior!

Kentucky editor may yet feel Pauline, went to Millville Thursday sought to reduce the cost ,of food u.,, "S. Land' Office at Oalnegvllle'Junes I 1013 Florida, j'?
that the conntry could do worse ; Curtis returned Friday, but and clothing, Mr. Taft has done Notice Is hereby Rlveu that Ashle
Excursion Fares Mercer of Fountain, Florida! who, on
all he to give the democratsa
.than select Woodrow Wilson.. Miss Pauline remained for a two can ( December 12. 1910 made Homontoad En*
live issue In their great struggle XL) fl&fi0- 07C07, for N>* of HVV an*
weeks visit.TbreeDr. for the republican nomination NK of HEJf, Section 18,Townsblp 1 nortC
Kane* 13: west Tallahassee !
The house committee on ap- tour cars of steel rails. and in which neither Mr Baltimore, Md., and Return. has tiled notice of Intention to make Kin*
propriations has completed the Roosevelt nor Mr. Taft is demanding al Commutation proM, to establish clalni
came in the" past week tor the Account Democratic National Convention to the land above described, before the
sundry civil bill, the t'argest"omnib mill Co. extending their 'a reduction in the,, taxeson Roundtrip: rate from Clnrlrof the Circuit Court at Vernon
they are
; bile necessaries but each is Florida, on the 17th day of July 1913.
us supply measure which log road.. Their business seemto hurling epithet and invective at Chipley. 927.60 Claimant name as witnesses: J. A*
before The Tickets sold June 20th to 26th, Inclus- McQuagirn.. .Jama A. McQuague, S. C/
comes congress. be prospering. the: other, .the present and the Mercer William Nelstn, all of Fountain]
ive. Return limit 3 1912. '
01'1 July Florida. "
bill contains appropriations former titular head of the republican -
We' are glad to note that the Henry S. Chubb, ,
more than $125,000,000. party are doing all they can'to St. Louis, Mo. and Return. Ed fee pd. Register.?
.. new Methodist church has been give the democrats a live issue. I
supplied with nice new seats; the Never before did so manv influences 1 Account National Convention Women's NOTICE FOR PU LICA'l'ION.

'". Every self-respecting American ladies are interesting themselves combine to give the democrats 1 League. Round trip' rate from ','-. Department of tho Interior
> citizen must feel a 'degree of an issue on which to fighta Chlple. &C92.IO CU S.I and Office at Gainesville, Florida.
for an organ and bell. Tickets sold June 18, 19 and 20. Re 'r June 8. 1912. ,
." national I
campaign. Herbert
shame Notice
at the disgraceful fight hereby !lIven that G.'
turn limit July 17, 1912. McQuagffa ol Fountain, Florida, who bn
Ih'l for the The patrons of the school here Will the Baltimore convention .
nomination being waged December 14,191O. made Homestead Entry
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between the president of the United held a meeting and selected Miss have the intelligence to grasp the |I Chicago, III., and Return: ; /Serla.l"No. 07770. for NEK Section 18. ,,
empty market basket? Township north. 13 west Talla-
r. States and a man who formerly es Esther Miller and Ida Jeffries Will'the Baltimore conventionname i l Account National Educational Associ- hasseti.Morldlan. has tied notice of Intention -
', to make Final Commutation'I
;!,?;. occuoied that position. ot Chipley as teachers for, the a candidate who will be a 1|,atlon. Round trip rate from proof. to establish claim to the land above

"' ,: Nothing like it.has ever occurred next term of school, which com- ledge agsinst further increasein Chipley 929.9S described before the Clerk of the Circuit i
:; Court at Vernon. Florida! on the 17th day
> before in the history; of the court1 mences first of July. the-cost of livein? -Port1and Tickets sold July 3, 4 and 5. Return of Jnly 1912.Claimant .
,"1 ".. (Oregon) Journal. limit August 31, 1912. names as witnesses: S. C.'
( ..try.'I' ," Uncle Ben was at Vernon the .. Mercer, Ashley Mercer, John A. Mc-
Qlla McQuazno, allot Fonn- ,
past week attending the meetingof #100 REWARD. Round trip Summer Tourist; Excursion tale, Florida. '
:. It seems impossible to ascertain the school board tickets at very attractive rates on / Henry S. Chubb '

:.+ta..._ .. at what date congrss will theteacbe'f's arttlcontictin : ;. ,, For any case of Gall Stones, Appen- I!. saledajt- Sept.'30', 1912,. at prin- Ed fee. pd. RegisterNOTICE
\ examination di 1ns,- 0'1 Lstiila, Piles, Enlarged Pro -. jftfcfJat stations on L. & N. Railroad,
,. adjonrn. A good many 5e pi sand le'says he is as proud of his vote tate Glands, Bt1-T' ttiTer tI< rrn '*and with return limit October 31, 1912. FOR PUBLICATION.

Representative feve that in the' last primary as if be had Ovarian Troubles,. Displacements. For rats, routes, etc., see the agentat U. S Land Oflice Department at Gainesville.ot the Interior Florida.,
theywillge Discharges, Tuberculosis or Blood Poi station June 8,-1012.!
\ ay before the National been nominated.The your ; or write to
'\', 'son I fall to cure with my new $5,000 J. W. LURTON, D. P. A. Notice hereby given that James A.
Sovention meets in June, McQnaffge of }Fountain Florida, who on
g t' there others who be- -
are past two months for farming has without the knife or medicine. Serial No. 07746. for M\ Wtf Section 18.;
: -- Township' 1 north 13: west, Tallahassee.Meridian
Ieve ifttiat Congress will be 'inttsion ,I
;No delay from business. we rail- fled
caused some of the farmers.to be pay has notice of Intention -
late in the summer and road fare and give free examination. Screen your house and keep to make Final 1 Commutation
discouraged. They had to go out the flies and proof to establish claim to the land above
possibly! into the early fall. Call at once.' ELECTRO-RADIO CO. mosquitoes. See described,!before the Clerk of the Circuit
r back into their winter coats on 106% Dauphin St. Mobile, Alabama. Dunn-Coleman Co. about it. Court at Vernon, Florid, on the 17th
8th and 9th inst. Some of the day of July 1913.
Claimant names as witnesses} a. C.
I/ A Washington dispatch, says: acreage in corn has .been aband- Mercer, Ashley Mercer, John A. Mc-

The precaution taken to protect oned on account of worms, but UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. Florida State College For Women Quagoe., Florida.Angus McQuagne: all of Fountain -

American and other foreign interests the land can be planted in peas GAINESVILLEA TALLAHASSEE Henry SChubb,
Supeilor But Inexpensive Institution for Ed fee pd. Register.
Cuba have
been amply fchlS'r'Piw Arts. and Sciences, Normal School,
for hay, and with plenty ot blackberries Florida Young Men. .
o( Art. School
justified; in the judgment of the okry and oth- Four cnlle_ agricultural experiment station; .Ion. School of Home Economics. Expre.
snap peas, .
state I. Univerlllty..t..nsion. 46 prufoiaoni/ and asaist.ants. freer claw.. equipment thn.iiuhout. Tuitkia If you want to know if good
t. .. department, based on reports er vegetables they can make it 80 per cent Increase in attendance last L'dd'reS. '"J"> ear. Attractive twiltlinvR' i and campus For thiug, ask the
that have been received roads are a good
I througr to watermelons, then to addrwa. A. A, MUIPHREE. PruUcnl. EDWARD CONRADI.) President. '
from and i I horse. "
many sources especially
: sweet potatoes and sugar cane. i

from owners of plantations So they yet have many things to '

and sugar fields and other Indust- be thankful for.

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The Cost of Living. m

DELICATE CHILDRENMade Figures compiled by Bradstreet 1- ONE LOVES TO LINGER >

Strong by Vinol show that the cost of living .

1 wish I could Induce every mother has advanced per n the .... ''. "
who baa a delicate, sickly child, to i 'I '" .
try your delicious cod liTer iron tonic, past year. h '! In an attractively furnished dining t room. i
Vlnol. When have ,the democrats had ) 0 i1 ,

"It restored our little ,daughter to such an issue on which to go before I 0.' 0 : The ea,ycb I:8. the.. well filled il f board,

.'9.. health and strength after everything the in national elec- 0 C 0 the dainty china the'massivt' -
... people a closet, + yet grace1
., ...... else! had failed. It tastes so good she : 1 }\T, ,
loved to take it-not a bit of cod liver tion? What does a ten qer cent 3 ful table, all appeal to the senses" >a J.*>, .
: cU taste.-Mrs. C. \7. Stump. Canton advance in the life cost in one ( I .:, :" .
Ohio." Come In and see:-.-lurniMirV( '' .wc t"lhant
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The reason Vlnol is so successfnlIn a -' building up puny,., delicate alllnc basket for thousands upon thou, ;\-- 1 l :> would make such a r rn"Yo; ', ersurprised
Is because It is combination sands of American families? -'fit .. o I i J ,;'f* 'jf Ik' ii'T "
children. a t 1 at the
l i : moderate 6u (
;' of the two most world-famed ton- The tariff is doing all it can to !()' '. '" ':< .'t;'j: prjce' aa ,j .wili/beTdclifphted, .
ics-th medicinal body-building elements Pr.' :'.. N"i' \\ 9 with .'' '" -* ,S. /.
; give the democrats a live issue. }; .. .. ,,.. .,!-. ",' ,'' the furniture. ,
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4 of cod tiTer oil aided by the The trusts are doing all they can to'\,:<, .9.'10"\" j;.:.,. ,:",.,,""'' '\''i<" ..?''t J"l::: _
blood-making and strength-creating to give the democrats a live issue.
';properties of tonic Iron. Mr Roosevelt by bis failure to Chipley Furniture
9... If we can Induce you to try a bottle Company.Railroad .
enforce the Sherman law by
of Vlnol as a body-builder and -
strength-creator for your child and which failure the trusts, were / Street

you do not find It la all we claim, we given enormous power to add to Chipley.. Fla.IW ;
will return your money on demand. the life cost, his done all be can i.

'8r E. McGeachv. Chipley, Fla. to give the democrats a live issue. $
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r llarber Hippocrates of Trepanning Wrote-Use of the of j3tone Operation the Intelligent BALE PER ACRE" t -

Implement to One of Great i
tor's Effuion

hop. There is no doubt that some rough I The following- : heard that .often of recent years, and !
form of must have existed
-, ---- surgery bouchere's Truth are hear it oten'each from' ;
more season
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3! Barbers 3 delicate an operation as' trepanning troubles A new are beauty not "of"has you making i it? .Can you 'make it?:" ,

\ is one So of the oldest. -the horizon of London. people are doing ,it and we know you.,can,'.i':;;.' 'i!,
far as actual records
Everything Up-to-Now. go, Hippocrates the Channel islands and will.,4 .' '?, :V' .-.'. .', e, ;: t
gives us the earliest account. .-- : (
sic'4";; .-. :. .. 15c. I He wrote treatises on fractures, dislocations ter Millais of the Dean of St. : little, betters;, seed a few inches deeper ".' \ ,., ib.ip.

Haircutting, .-... 25c:'. and wounds of was the .cultivation "
H. the head, --a little moreLVareJui; ;;. and- 1 : ,
Shampoo,. 2Sc. told nations that she .. ., \. .
in which he \ 'IS" I
Massage, 2SC. describeJ the method of by offering to paint her 800'pounds perhacre'ot1Armour ,, I.: : ... ', .. ,': ,
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of a fractured eknll. Iris- \ .
directioA :
We $licit Your other, day'at a party she \ '.
Patronage. ., itcU
was to cut away a piepe of bone so<; ly; mobbed and more : Fertilizer : ; { -
Very Respectfully. that the pressure on the brain mightbe :
ess climbed upon a ,
relieved. ,. !
VV. D Peters, Propr.HUGH her. Since the "
upon .
.- -- There are also records about this beautiful heiress all by the Inter-Cultural Method.' : ,f ; :ys':>'i:
time and later of a file being used: '
lions waste their .|
FARRIOR for this which easy-and. certainly very profitable. '" :JE
purpose, at a time desert air and vainly ,
:DENTIST. when anesthetics were undreamed of pays more attention to i right now that you will make it. .' "'

\ must have been to say the least, if they were common ; ut be. sure your..,dealer gives you Armour, ,.. :',. f1.J6; -
Crown and,.Bridge Work painful.
a Specialty _
(May 24, mr.) '
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to Dr. Holmes .
ALL ,WORK GUARANTEED. According T. Rice In a paragraph last I

j Office over. Chipley State DanlI (.. the operation of removing pieces of ing the rise of .
a. .new \> K. "
-, bone was performed long before.historic London firmament the ., WELLS, Agent .: : l ::L

The New York World times. The effects on the skull ess" '- ; i.1 ,e,;*. ..
was by .printer's <, >
Thrke-a-week Eedition. are easily seen after death and are tuted for "lioness. The ChipleyFla.[) .., .. ... .. ,. &

.... -- (.:- visible.so long as the bones are .pre tion is not an heiress. I ; I T .. *a ITfK...
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ThoTlirlcu-a week World hopes to be From ried to Mr. Langtry, a MOPR FERTILIZER WORKS 'V::, "
Inspecti of
certain skullsof .
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In 1MB a better, paper than It bas ever yachting man.-:-(May 81 ) .
brew be>>ufor !,'and ft f has made Its arrangement the later stone age in ancient JACKSONVILLE FLA.: "
Britain Dr. Holmes has ----- '.
accordingly. Its news service covers come to the
the entire globe, and It reports every conclusion that some of these had MOVE tNNw) !

thing fully,'promptly and accurately. It undergone the operation, which must Bays o policemen to a street I I .
Is tho only paper not a dally, which Is as I wbacke bend U it doo't. ''
!Rood as .dally' : and which wllf keep YOU have been performed with a stone says tna bill:earab mineral

as completely informed j of what Is happening implement.AN congestion and .Buttering- "
throughout the world. King' New !Cite Pills don't' ; MACHINERY CO. '

The Tbrk a-a week World Is fair In Its IMPORTANT PROVISION. bo well 8. They Keutly per 431 E. Bay Street* ; _
political rep 'rts. You can get the truth right aottoa( and health",! I! JACKSONVILL; F. L.ORIDA. ;'
from Its columns, whether you are a Republican < "I want to K. MoGeaoby. "
marry your daughter '
or Democrat, and that Is what Largest stock of Machinery ;,
sir.". .' '... _._..
you want.1'*". in Florida for mills and
saw .
A !speoaff| \ of the Thrlce-a-weck "Do'you think you are capable 'of TROUBLESOME."My' "", ',
World has always keen Its serial fiction paying the alimony she has been accustomed -, planing mills., .. "',' /!; I

Itpubllsh'es novels by the best authors to receive?" husband has! .'. EARQUHAR .MACHINERY :, :- I I
the world.,!loves which In book form soil chcecking account." ,.
has been built for 57 : ;,
for 11.50 apiece, and.Its high standard In "lsn' that-lovely? years; ,
this respect will be maintained In the tut- buy anything want more built .today than any oth- .... ,;: G'y\: '
When 'our'chlld us whooping emigh be you l r
urn as In the past. cart-ful to keep tbe cough loose'and expectoration write out a check for it." t. er. Let us. tell,you: why. ::- :
The Thrlce-a-wrek World's
regular giving Cbaraberlaln'a Sent for catalog ,and 'price. :! ;' t.
subscription price Is only $1.00 per yearend eav by /: "Yes. I'm rather sorry : 1 :
this pays for 150 papers. We offer Cough! Remedy as may be required. This ount, though. -It seems vi' t'
will also 'the .
liquify tough mucus
this) unequalled newspaper and The Ban remedy and make H easier to expectorate. It has ')f trouble to have to ', M. t, DEKLB, F. M. GOL80N: ,..'!>'
or together fof one year lot 165. The been used successfully epidemicsand heck for one's car fare Vlce-Prosideut Cashier. ""' 'h hr '
regular subscription prlci of the two pa I .' .\
For sale All when the Ti i
It safe' and surf by- cars are '

pore! Is.*3 00. Dealers. you have: to pay as you t. National 'BariKiIMARIggNNA .' .'.. ; ..',.:.it":', ''.
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to write Ibi oaf confidential letter before ap- We refuse! sympathy Capital. $50,000.00 '>i I:IY:,""J''f. : -' .. ;<"; ::
plying forfatonttlt may be worth awns .. ', \IA
Wu prompuy obtain U. 8.And Foreign with people as if we ,! 1 i ft' &
better sympathy and Accounts of Banks, Corporations, Firms ana Individuals.' ,-. ,'.}
PATENTSttnaTpAOE come. But'whence and years experience in the banking business enables us'to offer ,"
or etnrn \ .facilities of any bank in West.!'.orlda. We also have a. .4; ,
TIRE ''L!. ,' MARKS, model >gN- morrow will' be like t Savings Department in which we pay irterest on deposits.; Ac (,
or FREE photo and report we on end,lllten an l""I'.UiDIATE" : / wastes itself while we are handled as easily a* by personal interview. a' I t.
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charges he: beat are legal moderate.servloe! and Try us.(advice, and our to.live.-Emerson. -LJ.J..vnUrbu.lnell.. :" '".
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SWIFT & CO., THE TEST. '- '.;;.i.lI

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Kacb age of our life Its \ will be asked you almost dally by business menseeking yo3S ",
people Should e happy, and I 1 qualify) ) Cambe.laln'u Tablets are tS Indorse' IWAUGHON'S i Colleges than Indorse. nil other bnU(
en the digestion and keep the '; 43 Collijfcos< f ip. 13 States. /imputation.; .
JVmnanKMn. Emrli. Ipflllmr I Arltbtlletlc Letter Wrlllnir ltelrieo
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Cfct llttlo-itiakn bi*monej-- Simple futoi*. I heir action and especially Bookkeepers over Horn. Study. 77rwrsaurltof f.wa, : f" JIll
Iir'ri' t running: IT'S Ml IN THE TAYLOR. FEEd Knry. Scarem says pie of middle( age an-1 older. .' te8 say that; Praugfion'a hers, bookkefpers, "ntl slt'nlKnlI1M 'i," 1:
n.il,it.fltttxt. mud wish mljnatnble wire cable Idler.drlv Improyed Mt-oat e.attMh.m rrl.B. that electric cars will travel at the; I, _, Bookkeeping Eaves them holding good positions as tl.eertsttl'y. ,,.1 r
b. 'king device II quirk arcing and a time laver. rate of a hundred miles an hour, cent in work arid worry, taking Drougrbon's Homo Study.! '1
Si .loiu all.li..a. portable and itatlonary.W DAYLIGHT A TREAT Practically all U. S. offi=;. CATALOGUE. Vor price; oa, lciI\,.s
I.v,,,.mod Mnvfnelun i. u,uitmei, ,.1..,Mia boitar.io,foundry.hin i.-ebi..u4oe work Wrt, IM Joax-I'm.sorry. It's hard enough : write the System of ,BY'MAIL, write JNO. 1\ DRA,<11" a, .
pr '-.rov to get 'era to stop for you how, The pit ponies of one Colleges tench, President, na hvlio; Tae.a. For r/y'Patt.
r.-"Urj"t-1.>vr;; Iran Works. Box 15, Mini. !., lish mines they know it it lire best I 11\10&u8 on course /CC/J.h.CL"L'ti 1'1:al,

--_.....""' ''' THE WRETCH face when the were miners brought PRACTICAL DtTSINI (Jt 1LLE41V*,r
Wepromptly obiiuii t'. :s ..1"" _ForeIgn Ck ".Fla.,or Atlanta, G...,or Mcuil or Mo",rjr-.>ry, t ""> sl .
$ Novthat our wedding day is some 'weeks ago.. None .
r I she said mals had seen daylight "
drawing nestling &
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little :more closely in his arms, "I were first taken into the ; OF FLORIDA. Florida State College For Women

am beginning io be awfully fright- as long as twenty years TALLAHASSEE: '
,send modetecnkuor p}oto tl invi rtlra tor ened. Sometimes I almost feel them were bewildered Institution for. College nl Art and Science' Normal School.. ,
free report on pni.uiuNlity: >oi'fneb a' ': tempted Young Men. School" MuHlc. School nf Art School o( Expreg- "
< How to Secure.. n 1'1"' { I("'Cg to run and never comeback were as frightened as .. experiment, station elon. School of Home Econ..mlca. '- .
< Patent*" nloolt.h1H foOpposite ; away ; Flmt class equipment tbrouirnout. Tuition ---
had 46 profuHdom and. awlBt-
been-deposited on, a Increase In attendance last Ire<>. Other. nreaiuat very low. For .informatioaaddres.
but there were some buildings and carapuft. For ,
"I .didn't-intend to tell aboutit
you A, A. AlllKPHIEE:, Pnslde '. EDWARD CO RADf. PrUidMt.
L he replied "but I frequently feel signs of Joy, neighing I.
that way myself." over and over on the

WASHINGTON U. S. Patent D.C.Office< '"Why, Fred I don't believe you MAN OF SHORT <_JGX . -

reilIylove me. You-you heartless -'
wretch I I shall flever'speak to '
--'-'- you The man who stops Pt'inting'J'
"1.r.TAi.E T WASTED. gain." bors under the curious : ; : .

'C*iv:? since he stopped Creates, a good impression',: ; :1 ,..--'
"Our-i landlady1.ought certainly to MAN COUGHS AM t* 11 !.AltsUIB4.: tiies have been;! born; no :

be .in:,the railroad business. She Alrur.a frightful"coiigbloif spell a man l lNoenab I" been. :married and gone among your correspondents : '

wouldl, : be'very popular with the pas- VVU-.felt terrible pain In bU tide l keeping j no men '
and his doctor found two rib hud beel Q
sengers.** broken Wbd agony Dr. King' New Dist maturity and begun: ; to buy and helps to give your ;bus- '. i

"S ;;: r' coTcry would have saved biiu. A few tea- selves; and that not a; ,:'
eAhaa ;
)\ such a marked ,ability spoonful end a late cough, while perni- with money in his incss pr stige., .-,

for cutting i down the fare. tent ue root ob tlnate' couth, expel tered the city gates.- .
< .._-_ stubborn cold or heal week sore lungs Journal. Neat Printing :
"',:;,. "I feel lure Its a Godsend humanity,,"
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'" "tor I believe 1'weuld have consumption today There Is no real need .of '1
'That man .seem to be thinking 1 If I bad not used this great remedY," roublepvltbomi8llpntlon., 'CU: ( : :
all. the:time-of ..ve'matters.n ''It* guaranteed to*atl,fy, and youeen get Tablet will cause an agreeable Banner Job :ff ee.,. ;
i. free trial boltie or BOeenu-or"Jt.OO size at of the bowel without any unpl >
I- "Thnt'4-?-v"!;.C'iT:'r: :; becauzo. !. 'f'l.: ho'a gmneraily 0. E:, McOeaohy.I Give. them a trial.! For sale by .. ..". ." ,,l

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I ,,BtatinMcsShow t,8h. Has More I Pale Faces 1.. '
D1r.ezgry. Chance..of Matrimony Than : f.
M. B. Church South.Preaohing.varyst Her Dark Sister. ,
and 8rd Sunday as 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Pale-faced, weak, and JOB
L. H. Chap Pastor '.. Shaky women -who suffer I.
.he- fair has 50 cent.
Sabbath School 10 ra. W. N. Stooauw.Superintendent. .. girl a. per
i better chancQ of marrying than the I every day with womanly
Prayer Meeting Thursday,n tab to. weakness-need the help
Young Men' prayer meeting Tuesday dark girl"This of a gentle tonic witha
nights. Everybody cordially Invited. striking statement was made I
building Action on the
by a. woman who has chaperonedmany P R.INTIN
Baptist Church-Preaching every 2ndand womanly em. If you are < <<
4th Sunday. Itev. U&iterDastor. r.I debutantes, saying: "Fair girlsare weak-yo-j:I need Cardui
I Sabbath School a. m., r. U. Hawk. more tender and loving than the wOU1 n'B tonic because ,

Superlnteneent.Prayer Meeting Wednesday nights.Postomee dark girls, but a dark girl is capable Cardui will act directly on .: .

i ef a greater and more lasting affection the cause of your trouble. ,,,. : : ' '. ..... -
Cardui has a record of : ,' .: :
affection is
}JtkseaqS. <<: ,,once her completely
Office hours 7:30a.. m. to 7:00 10 'p.;; 'eK'. wour more than 50 years of Creates a good impression -
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dept Sundays. success. It must good. a"
is it she continued "that '
Eastbound mall closes at 10:30: a.m "Why '
Westbound mall closes at 5:10 p.m... .one. Bees so few fair-haired old ECO among your corm

Mall from Vernon arrive at 10a maids?They are almost always dark, respondents and helps'
and leaves on arrival of the .east. bouvd CARDUI
mall. possessing more often than not Ta c

Sunday hours: 11:30: m., to 12:30 p. m., strong, vigorous minds, with little _.ter' to ,give your, business- 4' .
Money Orders Issued at all howrs ,KM" sentiment about them. '
oCBce Is open except Sundays. prestige.: ., I :
J P HCUEL.L. P. M "Personally, I think the fair girl The Woman's TonIcMrs. '

((9 shallower than the brunette, more .. \ "

Oaa<411ebbb.gS4M inclined to be fickle and irrespon Effie Graham, of

BANHKB and Seml-woekly; 4tbtgta sible. Her affection is often on the Willard, Ky., says: 44I

Journal per year 11.75. turf ace; she is incapable of thinking was so weak I could :
We Do Neat
World BANNIB per: and year Thrice, $1.05.8-week New York. deeply." I hardly go. I suffered, Printing

BANNER and Seml-weekly Tlmca-l'n-' With a' view to discovering the exact nearly every month for 3 f

n and Ultlaen per year, 11.50. facts on this question the opinionof years. When I began to At Reasonable PrieeL] ;

BANNiBand Home and Farm per yea a registrar who marries dozens of take Cardui, my-bacK hurt \ < ,.
1.25 He awfully. I only weighed ,
people every day was sought. "
99 .
pounds. long after:
-r confessed that he knew of no actual 1 a
I weighed 115. Now .
General..Dlrecto..y. figures on the point, but said he was do all my Work and ,am "
: quite. sure that the fair girl has a f-
STATE OFFICIALS. in good health. Begin ,. .; 'Give us: your' next order '
better matrimonial chance than the
Governor-Alber W. Gllclirlst. taking Cardui today.

... Secretary of State: -n.. Clay. Crawford. darkgirl.. and we will give you per .
Attorney General Park Trammell. The number of fair-haired brides

VOW, .4&JIcuJturo-B.1il.: ttcJUQ ts_ remarkable. Fair girls are generally fect satisfaction:; thus j '

Tre"lurer-Wm V. Knott. impressionable and very sweet
PANHANDLERS ARE making you one of our .
and and these
trusting qualities
SUU'".Public Instruction-. M. Hollo ,
make an immediate appeal to most -
way. regular customers.
Manager Gus Ilartz : .
was standingnear .
Comptroller C. Croom. men, while dark girls who often poa- ; '
the opera house box! office when .
H. MSS more lasting affections -
Supreme Court-Thos. SbacUleford: are .
one of two panhandlers who had d
Chief Justice: M. H..Mabrvtcler*. stronger willed.It en'tared ,
the a roached hi :I ..
Railroad Comml afoD-R. Hudson Burr, W Y PP m, a.uu
Chairman;' B.,.C. Dunn, Clerk. more holding out an addressed and sealed -< 41
I.I well known that not than one .
Judge first judicial circuit- /. Emmett case of rheumatism tn ten requires any envelope, begged for the price of a '. THE
Wolfe: 1"' 8cola.; Internal treatment whatever. All that la postage stamp.. "It's for me mud-

State Solicitor: .Uwt Judicial elr ult-C. needed I II a free application of amber- der, boss, he sniveled. "Youse ., .
L. Wilson lain' Liniment and massaging the part. at wouldn't turn down er guy fer '
each application. Try It and see how quick '
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price erde stamp, would CHIPLEY BANNE
will relieve the :
ly it pain and soreness.
Sold by-All Dealer. youse? "Never, said the manager :
i U. 8. Chubb Register Gainesville Fla. deftly grasping the envelope I'

-Ij-blekl.: Warren, Becelver' WalnesvHle. .. and throwing it through the .
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box office window. "Here, Fred," addressing Ghiplcy,, ;:
WASHINGTON COUNTY'OJ'FICER/ himself to Treasurer i
__ Fred. '. ,
Circuit Clerk-W. O. Lockey, Vernon. ///n// // Cpan
"stamp this and have it "/;
County Judge-I. A. IIui bl oa Vernon.- mailed The velocity of the proceeding *xxxy .} (.
Sherlffi-O. G. Allen, ChlpJej I
Tre..urer-B. B. Tiber Vernon. fairly took the panhandler's

Tat A.,180r-J. J. William, Chlpley. breath away. Then, backing away r

Tax Collector-W. B. Gainer, ttconhna.Supt. !: 1 to where his partner awaited him, High Class SawMill Mac!

.. Public Ingtructlopir-B,; .F' Qaln.r, oa he whispered, "Nothin' doing, bo-- 1.

Waunau. the guy's wise."-Cleveland Leader. We carry at our nev cuss; 408stock
Supervisor of Beglstratton. M. and 410 East Bay St.'J of
Simmons, Ureenhead.w Portable and Station es: Lo-
Count Holloltor- A. D.; Carmichael, A sprnineiVanklemay as a rule be cured comotlve and Horizon n'F'lue:
Chlpley. In from three to four day* by applying Boilers; Saw-Mllls H Cdgers, h
J' L t, r BawsL Belting and Ml lea; also
County Surveyor-Thos. Collins, Cary- SUatnborlnln'a Liniment and observing the
t4 .t 51 engine and saw-mill /e also
villa, Fla, Irectlons with each bott'e. For sale by- k aJ handle the celebrated IjrjSTLMRER- I I

County Commissioners: All I> Mpr*. -+ :t.$ LER, TAYLOR, VvM -
J. T. Ullrhtower,Cbalrmga ICAN and DELOA MMlllr.
Chlp'a.abV tferi'erDon.So
A. C. Gilbert :
L. ,-. NCt- SOUTHERN Engines and Boilers, PERKINS Shingle Milt ry.rSpe
Davls.J ay.-.r?,a' clal Stave Machinery for Turpentine Plants. !
J. H. Si- .U..U.u. : i Large stock carried immediate Get -.
dame Shipment. our pri luylngss.
**K' 5rIlSr MlllrllleS LJ The strong-minded was narrating .
We can save you money. A postal will bring oar Traveler J
M0 .UDD. 'san' **<""*. the experience she had undergone Write for literature covering your special requirements. :il,

hoard. while on a recent slumming expedition C.i
Bash Chairman Orange Hill JVltalstoy Machinery
i. Gainer/ St. Andrew. Limelight-He says he created 408 St 410 B. Hny St. vJcicksonvll" rides,
"The witnessed in that low
,eights :
f. F. Buss, Vernon.
Lonllr Dlat"Q ';
with his play. Telephone No. S"Here's
-- quite,a furore new doggery," she said, "are indescribable :
Footlight (anortingIIe) means
CITY OFFICIALS.. created few roars -"Git F
he quite a
1I1.Tor-A. D. Campbell. too bad I" murmured Hiss .
Karsbal-John Roberts off the-stage 1" "Shoot him 1" Clushleigh; "I should so love to hear a Good Slogan h ha

Clerk and Treasurer-W. W,Cook.' you describe them I" '

Council-A. D. Carmichael chairman, FIND RIGHT ROAD} KEEP MOVING.
C. B.Dunn,J. R. McGeachy C. E. TharpW. -' SUSPICIOUS."What Bigger: and Better Bus .
O. Butler, Jr.
then -
Be sure you are right, go

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-- ahead. Sometimes a fellow has to you know against her? .. 4

go ahead 'a bit before he knows 'Oh, nothing in particular, but

The Banner whether he's on the right track or how can. she be all right? You never DON'T BLOCK THE. WAY

not. Every business is an experi- see her anywhere without her husband

ment at "the start. You've got to go He must have some cause for Move as fast as the.process i -or move out: the (

ahead in the experimental state in being suspicious." 'pace of the company you are in or make way fl Ytuin

Ctopley s. Fla. order to determine just what course .------- behind( ,' ', ,a -I.

finally to take.-Jed Scarboro. 5 _
for of
SUnds the UpbuUdiox NOT AS A9 EXPECTED. The awful lisa of Injuries on a Fourth of Don't stand-in- the way of new, ideas. Don't the
July stumers humanity 8eCover against it
; Cixlpley however,, la toe wonderful healing, by path of better.. system'D n'f settle. down 6n tl' r of
"We have decided said the head -
I ttiioklen'a Arnica. Halve, of thousands who ,success.. Don't he a barnacle I on;the ship of,.prey; I
Washington County. of the firm, addressing Hogan, the suiforod from burnt, cuts' bruit Ie., bullet . c. .
: !. janitor, "to dispense. with your serv wounds or exploialom. the the quick heater x ot.J --. (,la

1 nd- Florida; Ices." of bolla, ulcers, ttozem,sore Mps or piles Change'raeaas progress: :. "Progress means a< tent I
2 25ct ai S.'ii;. McG ;acby. -
. "Thanks. The elevator man told .. ,
me ye? were goin' to bounce me, butI AA Advancement means movement. MOVE!
6O YEAF13 -
; -..-Subscription $1 Per Year.W knew ye wouldn't be doin' any EXPERIENCE \ .
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w. thing aa ondaycint as that." i DON'T BLOCK TUB WAY! 4-L

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.make a Specialty of JI tND8: HUNT FOR KlCUGlliL.Oftaa 1
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; the hunt for a rich wife ends when .ffi .
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Neat, &e man meet a woman that uses Electric
Bitter Her t'troig nerve tell In bright I DESIGNSCOPVNGKTa A .
b'x 1 Artistic. brain and eveo temper Her peach bloom &c.. Attorne
complexion snrti-ub lips' result from her Anyone..n<1ng nil etch unit dmcrtntton mmquietly Public State at Large..
ao.rtahi onr opinion h.e ohettt.r an 1)C) ::8.-C'ol1eetloo. a SPec
I blood her from restful _
Commercial Printing: pare ; eyes
tlon.etwatlyeonedenthI.ryANSetiek _.. All business
her elastic from firm, free OD p entrusted to f'Ia
liMP; step (ant lr. iidtwit aitancf for secunna patm. .
nausoel, all telling of the b alll> and Fat en u taken through Mann A On, notftftat *
notia, without churn,lit tbScientific my care will have my prompt
strength Eleotrlo Bitter give! a woman and '
v the freedom from Indigestion, backache. Jlm rka.. attention. Fees reasonable.
:(The Banner fainting And dizzy: spell they promote A hiinAioinely Illmrtral .....,). I........ tilt' I DJ0-: ir
: '' Can be '
... eulstlo 01 any titlOa nto.l. srmw$3aart found at Post Office
.' Everywhere they) are womsn'a favorite reotedr. 14.u monttel$1. bail .. r.
,; ,.'$,.".,1 .' Fla. If week o "ailing try them. JHXj. at'j COQ :: {/,,WnBraatb'Odl. Attorn Wt 1
Chlpley Wausau Florida .
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-- -- formed InTmy own brainy &$$ ,) '

declarations of being' a bachelor and [personage'm the only Grace Kartholl there is, .. ...

spinster. and I invented her to sell women's

Front a business tandpoint could the not brushes and combs after I saw whata Wire f

unique advertisements and the hit my 'bachelor advertising was j ce',1:
better simplest
have been I married.her as the

injection of personality interest into in t the emgave making.way of explaining the consolidation .

the :public an of the two stores, for I found : I

combs and hair brushes sold by the that I .could run the two of them :;, ;, .

two advertisers that the buyers would cheaply'together than aa I
much more 30
had otherwise. ,
laoprcftl. 1919, never both adver- two separate establishments.:: .
illia One: memorable day overspread Amy'sbody. /
glow _
Amy glam The. next

meat with (lis a tisements were appeared missing.a page that sent She felt. happy, inexpressibly r '.,

t dismay she als wht _day Amy there into an extreme state of agita- happy.".... -AI __. t,..-.. ,,rvt," continued. \ -c=: \
raUomer ui"" --
01 .ue..v
[ the .
tiIllllg hf .un' FA U'name as follows: I
tion. It was married'ad
MI'mpnt 'we
at the seay. ,. "that the are '
ear. I HAHRIED. word from you. .
"WE'RE might bring some .. .-

wag as fo1n t, ei n.l "The bachelor and spinster are You see I knew when I started in ..._. *,_.." ....._,.-- ...,......A-- .......... .. '...v .-- --- ----.--., .-
WK .
ut rant ,
Al miss our here. I
roizing.1ate4 Mr. and Mrs. Did you business that you lived stared

"I am /moment tkthe pdyertise- now ads yesterday? We took a day off here on the chance of seeing you Fence Builders: 2:
very lilt ppeared. Sha. ; rise. To her and had the pastor of the First again..t : : just a word farmers |

life andU g :person, ttell':* distinct tight. Methodist Episcopal ,church tie usin' "I'm so srlftrl!' Amy declared :

time That to raeVnri.,posse at' as she read'-the. j I a.knot. Now we're back- to of business I UNF ;; Q 1 Havina made a deal ,for %i Car. Loads ...
men n o j. The adverUaemy and remember: this: Each. us ------ ?

age. :'I k stand knows, just as much as before mar- MissUglygirl I'm dreadfully I' of the Best Americana-Steel Wire'Frence., we P

, I knockmorn;; his own sex. We've I .....
I tKimed 'M' 1ACHELOR, riage, about end of frightened A dog bit me and the & to make you better Pr: c5--- t'
brusl\fa say : .-.1aos: man. I've had but combined tho minute after they got it off'me, it 0 are in position .
and consequently -
..de to'do With women in myr our respective businesses fit. \ -
have !. better position had a before. )
in .
and I'm something oyer thirty.E we are a Downrig DownriteDon'turnY'1'V. 2 than ever -' \iW
r nee..I1That it' means that I've devoted more I I than ever before. --to--give i you men R_and_ ma'am.. If they take the poor I __ __ u..X7. II)#' ,.. "
V of individual! heeded: II""Y- -- ---- he'll Be sure you .J2Jl.II: vv "\ .
b time to men than have most men you women .too amimal to a good. veterinarian, i '
J combined our @tores,
ha | my age. I knew men ice. be located pull it tfttough.. _.
10 and I knowWhat I want. So, when everything will street.hereafter' [ t : elsewher'.J/i.. IDG@..41A4 ..... @QroIi I

I say that in my new military hail at 342 Greene WHY IT SUCCEDS. "-
ti and
hard rubber combs I "1IOl ER .
and s -- '
1 brushes. _.....4ii1ar1v.. "UUQ.............. S-- .PLL, _.. -, .L.': .' FllI I TXI1-? V4my ,,,/ _"
have articles that men; 1'---- -- One TbOIr 0 **r' nn par tt ment of tho Interior J I ""a-.4y
Kartholl It's for I ,
need I know what I'm talking about. '("Formerly Grace ) Because PcTi.und' OOlcn at Oalni'svlllo, fc'lorldtfpi l-' OdwwW

'I l Every, man needs my combs andrushes f "The: idea 1 The very idea tn \ and Ohlpley".'People. .- -....- Anofl : Notice Is hproby given May that 4,1913 Job,, L. A.frtHwin i I I

lj ___ __ 2.t.-r.1l1a-- I
-r ""y .n' .1.1 s g asp.Amy's ..- : : I nf Mn"t.f1n.1t'lnrldR. w ho on. Jnlvl
11' J ana i want every --: -- exciamawuu."How was J--; '- I I1 37, 11)10.) made' homestead Kntfy, Snrln'lNo. Barber Shop.
f" the'-<,a e a set. Write to meJtoday, men could he? T: Sr'; owingthink <'. F. Pelt, Bonlfav, Fla. says: "I I, 07131, (or ;lowrishlp/ .JJ and EK :ofSWK ,

4, 4 and, 'OT1 particularly attractive roposi- of wov1-1 J' o consider It a pleasure ,to confirm, the I Woctlon 8. 1 north tango, ..,..,......................,...,1
a I I 13 west Meridian, has-IUrd
I three
str Stillwellt Room Ell, public gave years notice oflntentlontomeke final Commutation
,, mere mg., r ,derwell Homer, Building"type \ 9rq offer you' my congratula ago recommending Doan' Kidney J I proof, to establish claim to tho .T. II., CAUAHAN. Propr. .
lund above dnserlbed before tho County
1:10n: on your marriage to Miss Grace Pills. The benegt this remedy brot
'- !I Judge..at Vornon )Florida on tho tats
8w .
t \t : the firsts time thi.r; Kartholl? I have been reading your In my family at that time has, teen day of June, 1012ClaimantnamoN I have just opened a barber

l'h' U ;InHomTrYnYmef+ g to advertisements for some time<
.:4 ave rs and .lI.8 dto J"? not surprised that you and the'spinster' relief from pains, In the back and other !1 Taylor, all of ::Sexton Florida. corner west of First Nat. Bank,
in such JU.itilfigTHlKincr.! To think: should have met"The distressing symptoms of kidney com Henry. S:I. Chublt. .
Ed fee paid Register and will appreciate a share of
that he was in the same eity with plaint. This remedy made a marked
answer to her note was wholly improvement In health and your barbering trade. Iguarantee -
: her I She fairly trembled at the NOTICE FOK" PUBLICATION.Dcpartmunt .
unexpected. It came the next morn- convinced us of its IY'crlts.It to give you satisfaction-
Of he would not of the Iutl.'rlor.U ,
thought. course,
', know that Cedarville her home ing in the person.of Homer himself. ,For sale by all dealers. Price 50( S. Land Ofllce at CialnuHVllle Florida
was SHove lOc.
Slay 11, 1912.\
in her the second
Amy waa room on
I lt still it was a cruel thrust of fate cents.- Foster-MIIburn Co., Buffalo, I Notice Is hereby given that Richard
floor of her home; gazing out of the New York, sole agents for the United Davis of Econtlna, Florida, who on Ann- Hair Cut ZS&c.
d! that of all the places in the country window to discover the I i I list 8, IStlO, made llomostpad Entry, /Serial
postman States.
he should pick out this particular 1 No. 07a8r: for N VV# Sspctlon: *. Township I
: when she espied Homer; striding Remember the name jpoan'sand 1 north Range/ 13 west Tallahassee Mn !
spot in which to do business. i'rid Ian \has Hlod notlun of Intention to "
.,.:J 1 toward the house. She )recognizedhim take no 1, make Final Commutation Proof to establish R. F. SCARLETT
Day after day Stillwell's advertisements instantly. although she had :not other.WE..iXi claim to the land above described, ,
fascinated Amy. They before the County Judge at Veruon,
seen him for a number of years. I }Florida on the 20th day of June 1912 Public.
1 were so like the man she had known.It She expected him to by. To _._ Claimant names,aa witnesses: L. C. Notary_
the fact Carter, William Wolls, VLow, John
was like him to emphasize her' surprise he ran up the steps to I'> I Jiarrett, allot heonllna. Florida. Real Estate Handled. '
that he was a man's man. It was the front door and the bell BILL LETTER HopryiS:: Chubb.Ed '
rang fee Register. Collections a specialty.
reiterate "I ame bach
him to

II j ,& 'elo!'." She knew it was good advertising : .vigorously.Amy'told the maid to say that she "'.. ImAps It I IIEADJ. I :NOTICE FOR PUULICATION. Office-in First National Bank. '

I and indirectly she heard that was out, and then as quickly changedher NOTE IENVI'JLOPES ,I IIn Department of the Interior, .
him a great' amount ADS ''J1UIHNESS: I U S:: Land Olllcn\ at Ualnt-avllle. lorlda. '" "
it bringing 1 13TATEMENTH
was : "VITIIilS"
mind and raced down the stairs May 4. 1012.Notice A. \-V. : :
,"f business. N I .CARD::;; :' to hereby given that George W.
t' habit of Amy's t toi i flarrell, of Fountain" Florida Who on Attorne ., and Counsellor at Law
It became a
y CIltCtJLATlS: PAMT nLETBuILL !I March 13. lull made Homestead .
', .:'a i read Stillwell's advertisements in all f 1' ( I iSerlaINo.0t)24forE: !: '>i of NE#. IvV3 Bonifay, Kla. '
} COMMISSARY :i lor NEk( and N13: of NVV#, /Section 1.2.
the, newspapers. Therefore she saw Townshlu 1 north Range 13 west, Tnllaba Office in Lindsey Building1. .
Grace EarthoH'a advertisement the ('l1ECfC$ I CIIEOF.CEIPT8 8en Meridian. ha.HIcd notice of Inton-
-oXala4rompt -
-. J tlon to make Final Commutation proof to
:first day it appeared It occupied af'half ': DRAFTS establish claim to the land above described personal: service.
hiiforu the Clerk of the Circuit Court .
';: page and was flamboyant aa ivEDD1N0 N VISITING I lit Vernon Florida.on! the 13th day of to, clients. / ** '
\ to type. It read'as follows: Juno I 1S 12. _s_ T
., INVITATlO, CAlm//$ Claimant names us wltnc bo": Frnnk .
AM A SPINSTER. G' Taylor Compass Lake, lorlda, Will J
>, "I
,.." : I Taylor Anus McQuitKKO.! Uolrld JlcQuaBge A. G. ftk...v..agge"! .
':&"I am a woman's woman. rroOitii of i'oiinfalii, k'lorkla.henry \ '","
.had but litt1eto 3o with men Y.9t S. Chuhb.Ed '
very Public
fee paid Register Notary
in my life, and I'm something :- .. _._. _- ----- .
-- ----- --- --- --
:thirty. That means that I know wy -- -'- ; I State at Large. ,' \

",women thoroughly, that I've wasted .'. .-.
to know men. Con-
; time trying

;>,' no sequently I am, particularly qualified -- 11 Your Home Papernd .IRA A. HUTCHISON,

:h to minister to woman's needs. I've Both Attorney at Law.

t, got a comb and brush' that women -I.-' for-th. Office at Vernon, Kla.

I know what I'm talking about. .
;;;: peed. Price .
write today, and let me tell 3 Will practice in Circuit Courts of
'iV attractive :proposition. of Florida and the Federal CourU.
: you of my The Pensacola Journal .

"342 Greene Street" --- DR. R. E. TILLER. .
PRANK L MAYC3. Editor. .
;l'l The similarity between Grave To Think Ha Was In the Sam City DENTAL SURGEON,
..; ; .
:;.,' } Kartholl's notice and that of Homer With H... This is going to be the most notable year/in

.;." 'I' sawthat American Florida Politics. You of course wantto Chipley, Florida.
i Stillwell was startling. Amy before the maid could reach the bot+; or .
: this new advertiser was trading keep posted. You can do this by taking your local Office over'First Nat'l Bank. .
...' .on the reputation Homer had made tom.Homer's' face was animated as he ,. town paper and one outside. paper. Here is the proposition

for himself, and Amy also] realized greeted her. : .

would mean business to the Orion L'bdJt'e, No. 40,
that it "It seems good to see you after .' REGULAR COMBINATION:
But it hardly PRJCKt' PRICK
Kartholl woman. such time." He shook her F."A.M. '
a long .
seemed just. It seemed like wronging hand warmly.. Your local paper ,, : .'; .. .$1.CO '1 year. ,$b,00' Regular Communications: Second
surprisethis > } 6 months.$2.50
Homer and to Amy's gasped. This was hardly the Saturday and Fourth Fridy night. Ind'ach
fact aroused an indignation in Amy;. she had The Pensacola Jourr al' ( Dally: ) $6.00 ) 3 months .$125; month.
'advertiser.. greeting expected. Visiting Brethern'cordially \'invited.w .

her against the new : feeling '.yo got my note congratulatingyou Your local paper. . . $1.00 >.1 year. .$1.50 L. TAYLOR W.. .;M.W '

The realization of this desire new to see on--on your marriage?" The Pensacoia. Journal (Weekly) $1.00 S 6 months. .75c W. JONES; Sec. ,

toward Homer-this his rightstroubledJJt. 'Tea. It waa kind of you but Ihaventt T>. ."..col. Journal,, !la not only Weet Florida'' loading
he got married Miss Karlh ll" I. O. O. P. NOTICE.
all her old anger dally, but It 1t regarded by many a* the meet pronounced advocate
"You haven't married Miss :Kar: of Pra>greialv. Democracy In Florida. It. editorial policy Until further'notice
U vtgof-oue ..41 dependent. It* newa eervlce' le complete..'ts .
angerfe.rrS : tholl r' ,Amy's heart pounded wild NV"" /."' aolumnf\ .*. etean, Cbipley: Lodge No.56,
advertisement said you I. O., O. F., will meet at,1:00p. m..

d menta of SSw had."That You-can, get tWt special price now, which applies each Monday evt ning' '

Ft Kartholl the But I haven't,for the very simple '.- to paid-in-advance subscriptions only, by sendingthe By, order of the Lodge.W. .

tures of .TBeVTSg reason that there fm't'any Miss KartholL money, to your ,home: paper. v A. McQuAocn, N.G,
S. B. JUDSON Secy;: ,
my's Sh[:l.. pureljr.an Imaginary: .
tisers emptu* sl f ,I'I .,: .r:., '
I .

't a "'its':fir''i'., ,i [ 4N ;_

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!1 Hhigh School Teachers Elected. ..................'..1...........,...........................

; __ n Personal. IT The Trustees of the Chhipley ii: Town Topics. [ .1 ..R

t,, High School held a meeting 'rues- S '

Schedule of day morning and elected the Let our graduates remember, fS MOST:

O. C. 4fe St. A.. Railroad teachers for the 1912-13 term of that when we leave the school life ,

,;L Effective March 12. tl12.Train school. we enter the life school. tS.S ; ANYt :."

t No.1 TraluNo I The principal of the school has glad V
) Going 6outb.8t.atloo Going Nonh. We are : to note that J. J.I
not yet been elected, but will be t- "
Lv 11:00.m. Chipley 6:00 p.m. Ar. Stokes and bis wife who have BANK
11S3 Wausan 4:27
a.m. p.m. in a short time. .
,12:02 p.m. Ore8nhe 4:00 p.m. been quite ill, are now improvingThe .',". ,-I ,,'
4 12:00 p.m. Riverside 3M p.m. The teachers selected are as ," ,c I'. "
18:48 p.m. Vlclellbur 8:12 p.m.to auction sale of lots
follows last '
Ar. 1:00 p.m. Southport 8:00: p.m. r.v. : '' "- v
r I ;;* -tH/: ,-"
.. Mrs. W. C. Lockey lstAsst.Miss Thursday was fairly well attended Can handle, your business \aftef;f//i-fashion;;: \,' .yr

J. M. Ousley and wife spent : Nella Wells, 7th grl't'i s'; : ,; s

;" Sunday in Pensacola. Miss Annie Judson, 6th grade. lots was'sold.Judging times are good and -monef/;e' iy" :'WhVtt t

Miss Ethel White 5th ; ,y., .....
errde.. ; by the width of some '

shopping Mrs. Collins 4th grade. of the skirts we- see, the dry .." are,. bard, and moneyfigbf-' you., ', feell t.;
Miss Alma Langston, 3d grade goods stores must be selling very .: .

... J. B. Glen Jr. made business Miss Anis Horne, 2d grade. little cloth these days. is need of a business c hn'eC'tion' with. .
._ ,
4- II..f"- -
-'n. th BC.
:''' rip uunu e on ay. Miss Calhe, ,jientz, department S
primary A
(''l An inspection train passed and Reliable Ban
W. O. Wells was over from AlI first division. it : Big Strong '
"' the P. & A. Friday. The
I par I
; .ford and spent Sunday and Mon Miss Janette Campbell prima .;' ;
ty spent Thuysday'night here "
\ '
_- / --cwTrtL ry department, second division. Do your banking business and make your

"I": mess in Pehb ., The Banner is of the opinion guests the Chipley Hotel. ,
: ". ver from Bon- '
Jwrs. E. M..Fowte... ere Fri- that the teachers thus elected Some half dozen or more coup- ," good' with the !strongest" '" *Bank, in
Yen are visiting at, RiverrSid 'I ... will, with a thoroughly compe9.nt les of the young people spent "*
e rnI1 Washington S .
F : :.e{ and progressive principal, Tuesday on Holmes creek in the County.

Mis8',troHffe8t faculty the Chip- neighborhood of Whittington's
I ,\', t1.2 B.A.lIlIss'a.Howell,' of Freeport was has' landing picnicing and ? i. '
"" cause Gocfl1.001 ever bad, fishing (. ), '
-tn, .in the J Ntiti ifBn
( ====- ...- city SatGeneralDlrectb Miss Joe MizellS> .oat ProsPer- They are having high old Hires The First :,
.. "
'. .., Ala.. iArJheir man- '
; presidia r
g a. .. at the Chicago convention but tin I'
t'Y .uc pr. .... "
-- '
STATE OFFICIALS.! b' t romptly at the -Ppo 'n. j I to the time of going to press of Cidpl ey:> : :
Governor-Alber W. Gttcbrlet.d "
darkrgirL"-.strains of ,MencjelssoThe = "eye not learned if a n'o I .
A.' Secretary of State. -II. CUT Crawford. '
,: Attorney- General Park Trammell.! number br .arch, rendered descrfp-fhmacle. Both of the O'j I

k' QGw. .4ulcu"tt.urQ.-U." .F..Mot4D. U remarkable., Fair '"gheralded the is yet unknown' Wasu1 1 be I ......-tC..c..................,..'.............. ......
TrenBiirer. -Wm. V. Knelt.it erally impressionable and very.uand hear :Miami. last ... ,_.. T... .'pi 0 _r._
--- --' .,- W. U Hollo- I, trusting, and these qualina>. (l about 40--- "t'i"" i\ 11; was 1+ '
SuU'.Pu.bllo.lnllruc'I make an immediate appeal to most feet long and weighed Slocomb, Ala., Rub-My.Tfetti will_ 'c
way. J t nllg-rt .. ..
Comptroller C. Croom. men, while dark girls who often pos- near the opera:house'bur,tu..aW.., AnsbipmentpfbuDuanCnle
.. Supreme Court-Thoa. M. ShacUleford, W69 more lasting affections, are one of two panhandlers who( had entered -'1. -Jjarness. at, ,
Chief Joatlce M,1I. Mabrv.Cler" stronger willed.It of the
the lobby approached him, and I Ifan a sU ll & Dekle Col
Railroad CommUsfon-B, Hudson Burr. out addressed and sealed tfl.j "
holding an f
Chairman R. & Dunn, Clerk. A newohltr ,
; Is well known that not more tbnn ono for the of
envelope, begged :price s :
P Judge first judicial circuit-J. Emmett case or rheumatism to.ten require. any .'. satD
WoUe, Sttnsaqola.. Internal treatment whatever. All that is postage stamp.fCIt's for me mud- Clt

kM,. State Solicltarfiratjudicial\ circuit-. needed Is a free application of Ohamber- der, boss, he sniveled. "Youse ? 'a
L. Wilson. laln's Liniment and mae ujth.g the part* nt wouldn't turn down er' guy fer foroldkieCo
.'' each application. :Fry It And see how quick.ly de price er ,de stamp, would : CHIPLEY B
: it will relieve the pain and t soreness. w
i,: u. S. LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS. Sold by-All Dealers.RECEIVED youse? "Never, said the manager : .

;,-'" B. S. Chubb, Regiater, Gainesville Fla. deftly grasping the enrelope -

J; "shleWs WafteD, Receiver, GalnesTtlle.WASHINGTON and throwing it through the Chipley'Fla. '

TUMULTUOUSLY box office window. "Here, Fred," ad- 1cf9Qoooxxxx

:.: COUNTY OFFICERS. dressing himself to Treasurer Fred I

Circuit Cleric-W. O. Lockey, Vernon.' ,: Cpan, "stamp this and have it ..

County Judge-I. A. IIut.bl oa Vornon. Ill t, i mailed \I" The velocity of the proceeding XXXXXXXX)','

tl"_, Sheriff--U. G. Allen, Chipley fairly took the panhandler's
Trea.urer-H. B. Tiller, Vernon.
,Tax Assessor-J. J. Wllttenvi Chipley. I breath away. Then, backing awayto
Tax Collector-W. B. (Gainer hconhna.Ir !: where his partner awaited him, High Class Saw Mill Mac i' :

Supt Public Inlltruct.lo ....p..ri 1 (Gainer, (Don he whispered, "Nothin' doing, bo-- We carry at our new ace 408

\\i VVaunau. the guy's wise.-Cleveland Leader.A and 410 East Bay St.-3 tuck of
Supervisor of Regl.tratlooJ. Portable and Statlona esfLocomotlve
SlmraoDS,Ureeahead.County and Horizonta n Flue
Polloltor. A. D. Carmichael, spralneiVankle may as ft rule be curedIn
L Boilers; Saw-Mills, P| Ddjer*.
r Chipley.. from three to four days, by applying Saws. Belting and :MI Sea(also
Bharnborlalo's Liniment and observing the engine'and sawtnlllhandle |We also
County Surveyor-Thos. Collins. Cary i' .
4 ? directions with each! bctt'e.! For sale by- .. '. the celebrated,4)| IHUST.IRKR.. j 1
vllle ;
Fla.County A: 1 Dealers. ;Si. } LER, TAYLOR, VA t
r Commissioners: -,- -. ICAN and DELOA WMlllr.
J.T., ilightuwerChalrnrt'M' ERIE, LEFFEL, 6 RI' and
A. C. Gilbert ChIP''ifii1 ernon. X NQ-- ---o SOUTHERN Engines and Boilers, PERKINS Shingle Mill 3 y Spe
S. L. Davill. '.t k dial Stave Machinery for Turpentine Plants k
J. .u..U. Large stock carried for Immediate Shipment. Get our price buying.ent .
u. BfaSct er MIJ/"llIe The strong-minded was narrating -_ We can save you money. A postal will bring oor Traveler ;
.uas Santa Bosa. the experience she had under Write for literature covering your special requirements.

while on.a recent slumming expedition C'"
}Board: I. gone IVlalstoyVlaoHirieiy .
Chairman, Orange Hill -
l. Basil. created ; 408 &: 410 E. Hay St.Dtmtmna. JacksonvU ride..
.. GaIner St. Andrew. Limelight-He 'says "The sights witnessed in that low Long Telephone No. B'7:4.1''
F. Rasa, Vernon. quite a furore with his new play doggery," she said, "are indescribable
-- Footlight (snorting.TIe means

CHIPLEY CITY OFFICIALS. he created quite a few roars-''Git., "Thats- too bad !I" murmured Hiss'" +Tit t.
-. ?- Xa.rllhal-John Mayor-A. D. Campbell.Roberts off the stage 1" "Shoot him 1 T: Qushleigh; "I should so love to hear I Here's a Good Slogan] !fj

Clerk and Treasurer-W. W.Cook.: you describe them!I"

Council-A. D. Carmichael chairman, FIND ,RIGHT ROAD; KEEP MOVING.
and Better BusiDON'T se
'C. B.Dunn J. K. McGeachy C. E. Tharp SUSPICIOUS. a Bigger:

\V. O. Butler Jr. I Be_sure you are right, then go .. .. .. .. .. ..
.. -- -' ahead. Sometimes a fellow has to "What do you know against her P" .. '. .?

go ahead 'a bit before he knows "Oh, nothing in particular, but BLOCK THE. WAY!

whether he's on the right track- or how can she be all right? You never _,_
I t The BannerCopley is' her without her hus Q
not. Evety: business an experiment sea anywhere Move 1 ''r
as fast as the-procession-or move out. | the (
at the start. You've got to go band. He must have some cause '
,' ahead in the experimental state in being suspicious." 'pace' 'of the company you are in or make way foj iRtan

/, Fla., order to determine just what course behind.'' "
finally to take.-Jed Scarboro. ,
I )1 II'rJlI\ N A.TION GASP.1'be .
jr: 'St itch, for the Upbuilding of awful lisa or Injuries on ft Fourth 'of Don't standin the way of new ideas. Don't p the
,' < July stumer! humanity But"over against it path of, better system: Don't settle down 6n the f
'..Chlpley however, Is toe wonderful healing, by '- u.
r t' :, "We hare decided," said the head Hut klen'. Arnica Salve,'or thousands, who success., Don't he a barnacle on the ship oft.preelChange'means

'Washington County. of the firm, addressing! Hogan, the 8u '"rOt' from burnt;. cuts, bruale, bullet ;, ."
"to with wounds or exploisloira. Its the quick heal
; Janitor, dispense. your servoLes ,
." er or 1*>I1 is, ulcers, eczema,sore lips or piles progress.: Progress means'a, I
#,: ,And Floridabriptioa } :23cts At S.'K, !McO:krby, ,,
"Thanks. The elevator man' told
Advancement MOVE!
means movement.
me yep were goin to bounce me, but h, a + 6O YEARS

; "A $1 Per Year. I knew ye 'wouldn't, doin any EXPERIENCE
thing as ondaycint as that." DON'T BLOCK THR WAY!

: Wft: .ke. spedaJ1f.f KNDdHUNTKOElUCllGlUL, '1 I

: Often the hunt for a rich wife end when .

;: Neat_ the mm meet a woman that uses Electric TKADC. MAR** CURTIS L. JONES.Notary A.1). CALM
Bitter. Her strong nervea tell in a bright! DESIGNSOOP.fttGMTS
Artistic brala and even temper. Her peach bloom mTSV 4c. Atterneq.Collectloas ;
!J Public State
at Large.
it. complexion and ruby lip.' result from her :: uawtaltT Mnillnf: ear k OMlnlmi nli end lt derortntl.a wbatbm may.. a SpeelJ '
':: Commercial Printing. I pare blood; her bclgbt eye from restful IC".lT"n' t.,,prohAhlY, dnthJ"IINDBoOI"..t'1.tnh1'! '; '.' i sleep; her elastic step from firm, free ...I fr_ 01<1.... opener for._rln.. nl&. _
I moaoeU, all telling of the health and ':':tens IIott.e.''without cbunc' *unm.la th A.G1 noetn my care will have my prompt ----

f strength Kleotrio Bitten give a woman backache.and Scientific Jbmerkan.A attention. Fees reasonable.Can J. J ON
the freedom from Indignation
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11" : JFfce l fainting and dizzy spell they h.n4wmelr of ...,tlh..ra'tt4.,,'...UII" journa""" 'y. .' ..rm.. _.13.Iff' "'1p. be found at Post Office,/ ,.
4IU"'tt! 3 wb.tln. .d
Everywhere they I are woman's irmonth..SI. V 3 ttorne wilill'1.EY
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declarations of being a bachelor and personage formed in my own"Brain. ... w.Q..GO.. Q..ec.

." spinster. I I'm the only Grace Kartholl there is, 3 .
a M I .I... From a business tandpolnt the and I invented her to sell women's
I r a",, nique advertisements could not'have brushes and combs after I saw what .

IJ : I- ': ", ; been better conceived, and the a hit my 'bachelor' advertising was I Wi-re Fence. : =

l Ghtilbl' i iI ii' injection of personality into them making. I married her as the sim- .

gave the public an interest: in the plest way of explaining the consolidation : t

;\\i' '.,," y" 'I ,- combs and hair brushes Bold by the of the two stores, for I found -' .

I "l1, ea ; two advertisers that the buyers wdulcl that I could run the two of them -r---r.- A"D -...

: \ never have had otherwise. .much more cheaply together than as I'I'.1.' ; \ .. --::. ....--. :...: JLs ...
l Oni memorable day both adver- two separate establishments." "

I 'd(,' :" tisenjnts were missing. The} next A warm glow overspread Amy's 1. 30

1'1'; '" day there appeared; a-page that sent body. She felt happy, inexpressibly e I,I '. 24

By FRANK'H Amy into an extreme state of agito? happy."I \--4' '
tion. It was as follows: rather thought," continued : !i ...:::J ,
"WE'RE MARRIED. Homer, f'that the 'we are married'ad 4 1.1Jrt\\ t-, .

1000rrlsht. 1912..''?, Vaorlat.d Uterazr 1"nILJ "The bachelor and spinster' are might bring some word from you. ii 1 ,- "- "
Yon see I knew when I started in -r ..
Amy glanced now Mr and: Mrs. Did miss our --- -
meat with/: distinct at surprise.the advertise.. To he ads yesterday P We took you a day off business that you lived here. I start- .u.- ".-._.y.-...'"i'.. -'.. ., ..?...':...,......_ ....._,_'__ __.____._

tommy shealso, felt a distinct tight. .and had the pastor of the First ed here" on the chance of seeing you

enmg of a the: heart as she read the Methodist Episcopal church tie us again. : Just a word Farmers and Fence. Builders:
)' name nt :t the end. The advertise' in a knot. Now we're back to busi- "I'm so r1fl<< Amy declared i

ment was as follows: ness, and remember this: Each of us UNFEELING.
) knows just "as much, as before mar- 8 Having made a deal for Ten Car Loads =
riage, about "his own sex. We've Miss Uglygirl-I'm dreadfully I
) "I am a man's of the'Best American Steel Wire Fence.
very little, ;to do with man.women I've had,in but combined that manufacturing end of frightened: A dog bit me and the : 'we |$

? life and I'm something over thirty.my our respective businesses and conse- minute after they got it off me, it I a are in position to make you better prices. 0
That quently we are in a better position had a fit. .
means that I've I tJ)
more ''
time than ever before to give you men and Mr. Downrig DownriteDon'tworry ,than ever'before.
to men than have most e >
men o
women individual, needed serv- ma'am. If take the
' you they poor .
myage. I know men thorough; ice. We've combined our stores, too animal to a good veterinarian, he'll 0 tf)
and I know what I want. So when will hereafter located v Be sure you see us before buying wire 0
everything pull it t1tTou h. .
I that in ..
say new military hair
my "
at 342 Qreene street.
have brushes and hard rubber combs I "HOMER STILLWELL and WHY IT SUCCEDS. z elsewhere. It means money saved. =

articles that men particularly "MRS. STILLEWLL, $ &
need I know what
I'm talking about. ("Formerly Grace Kartholl)." Because It's for One Thing Only
Every man needs my 'combs and : Chipley.Hdw. Co. |
brushes and I want every man to "The idea! The very idea!I" and Ohipley People Appreciate -

have a set. Write to me today, men, : Amy's exclamation was a gasp., This. e 0
for a particularly attractive proposition. -I "How could he? The last thing he'd Nothing can be'good for everything. 0 .$.. .. .$$$ .. ..e i

Homer Stillwell, Room 65, think of would 'be that I'm right Doing one thing well brings aucccs. -- ---.

Moderwell Building." here in Cedarville with him. He Dean's Kidney Pills are for one NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.

probably thought I'd never hear of thing only. Dnpartment of the Interior, :, NEW"Barber -
r It was the first time thai; Amy had it., Oh, dear, what shall I do?" For weak or disordered kidneys. U. 8. Land Omen at Oalni'svllic, Florida1**n. ...OVl.,
seen Homer's name for a number of Here is reliable evidence of their I May 4./John 1912 ,
After long pondering she finally Notice U hereby given that L. A. .
years, and as she finished reading worth. I Oodwln of Sexton l Florida, who on
decided to write Homer and after 37, 11)10 made Homestead 10ntry, JUIY.1 Shop.
the advertisement she F. F. Pelt, Bonifav, Fla., : "I'
was surprised says
great labor ,she sent the followingnote No. 07J31, for Ktf of NWK and KM of'
i and even dismayed to 'realize how : consider it a pleasure .to confirm the SW>i Suction, Township 1 north, Range .........,..........rar0. I
strong the memories were which the public statement 1 gave three 'yearsago 13 west, Tallahassee I intention to!\1t-rldh1O\\nal hasturdnuticoot Com-

mere reading of the name in cold "May I offer you my congratulations recommending Doan' Kidney mutation proof, to establish< claim to the .T. H.' CALLAHAN Propr. .
awakened within on your marriage to Miss Grace Pills. The benegt this remedy brot ., land above described before tho County
type, her.
l .Jndge..J\t Florida on tho 18tu
/ Kartholl I have been reading your In my family at that time hall, been day of June, 1913, I have just opened a barbershop
r It was decidedly disquieting to advertisements for sometime permanent. Doari's Kidney Pills brot I Claimant names as witnesses: Wills A.
have him suddenly recalled to her so am I Taylor, John Pettls J. W. Pippin J. W in the Dekleold building
in the and othertlis.treulng'l'Iymptoms
relief from pains, back
not that and the'spinster' all of Florida.
surprised Taylor, Sexton
you corner west of First Nat. Bank,
I in such
To think
a startling manner. '* of kidney com- Henry. S. ChubU.
should have
that he was in the same city with met. plaint. This remedy"made a marked Ed fee paid Kealster. and will, appreciate a share of

I' her! She fairly trembled at the I The answer to her note was wholly Improvement in health and thoroughly NOTICE FOUrPUHMCATION. your barbering trade. I guaran-

r thought. Of course, he would not! unexpected. It came the next morning convinced us of its merits." Department of the, Interior! tee to give you satisfaction, '
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in the of Homer himself..
"know that Cedarville was her home, person For sale by all dealers. Price 50 U. S. Land Ofllca at Gainesville, Florida.
in her the second Mav 11, 11HZ. Shove lOc.
.//j still it was a cruel thrust of fate was room on cents. Foster-Mil burn Co., Buffalo, Notice ts hereby 'given that Richard
'that" of all the places in the country floor of her home, gazing out of the New York, sole agents for the United, Davis of Kconllna Florida who, on August :- Hair, Cut 26c.
window to discover the i 8. 191\\), made Homestead Entry, Serial
postman, States.
i he should pick out this particular No. 07385. for N V31 l'ctlou2i.: Township Jj
when she espied Homer striding Remember the name-.Dean's -and 1 north Range 13 west, Tallahassee Meridian -
in which to do business.
toward the house. She take no other. has clod notice of Intention to
recognizedhim i
'y make Final Commutation Proof to establish -
after Stillwell's advertisements R. F. SCARLETT
Day day .
instantly, although she had not -- / claim to the land above described, ,
fascinated Amy; They before the County Judge at Vernon,
like the she had known. seen him for a number of years. "'l D I II Florida, on the 20th day of June 1912, Public.
were so man She expected him to by. To Claimant names, as witnesses: L. C. Notary
: It was like him to emphasize the fact pass Carter, William Wills' VV Low, John .
her surprise he ran up the steps to ) I llarrett all of J'Jeonllna.! Florida. Real Handled.Collections .
1 that he was a man's man. It was ILIITTI.Rit1ADS HoprytS. Chubb
the front door and the bell BILL
I I ; "like him to reiterate "I arn..a bach- rang Ed fee paid Register a specialty. '
(i knew advertising -vigorously lll' JIEADSNoTG i ,
elor. She it was good .
Amy'told the maid to say that she ;NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.: : Office in First National Bank.

and indirectly she heard .that was out, and then as quickly changedher .1 jENV.EL01'ES i im' Department of the Interior, -
: it him great amount )Land Of ice Gainesville. IMorlda.'
was bringing a ADS ''ltuSINE S. at
;"" mind and raced down the stairs Mav 41012. .... TV. TVJSISIXW: : ,
.,"f business. N CARUhIRCIILARM : : Notice lt. hereby plven that George W.
It became a habit of Amy's to I llarrell, of Fountain Florida, who, on Attorney( and Counsellor at Law
.. Homestead
.i.iI ( PAMPIILETS March 13 1011\ made Entry .
;read Stillwell's advertisements in all '1' 1 Serial No. OH' 2i, for VM of NEtf. JSVV&of Bon 1 fay, Fla. '
I :' the Therefore she saw MU.L COMMISSARY : NEK and NEK oC'NVV#, Section la,
newspapers. Townshlu 1 north, Range 13 west, Tallahassee Office in Lindsey Building.
/ Grace Kartholl's advertisement the CHECKS: 1. CJlECtJiCl.IP'.fA Meridian, ha.filed notice of Inten-
J tion to make Final Commutation proof to -0.pro -
t' first day it appeared. It occupied a '- :, : DRAFTS establish claim to the land above described j. <\t, personal service
.: half page and was flamboyant as N before the Clerk of the Circuit Courtat V : .
13th of to clients. t.
\EDtJINO VISITING I Vernon, Florida.on the day '.
"., to type. It read'as follows: June, 1912Claimant. ,
INVITATIONS CARD:; names us witnesses: Frnnk
G :
Taylor Compass Lake, Horlda
: I Taylor Angus McQuiiKxa. Uolrld McUnagge A. G uagge
: am a woman's woman. Pre ft\ ,
N'lurlaa.Henry .
of Fountain,
had but very little to ao with men [() U1 IER 1':1. Cuiihb

in my life, and, I'm something over I( r IIv Ed fee paid l eilllter.i Notary Public ,

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I know -- -
that - -
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That -
thirty. iI i----- I State at Large. '

.. '.women, thoroughly ,that I've wasted I ,-..
/ no time trying to know men. Con ,-

'. .." 'j sequently I particularly y qualified : IRA 'A. HUTCHISON,
;,'::;-ito minister to woman's needs. I've .YV"+' trt .- Your Home Paper Both Attorney at Law.
r and brush that women
;ergot comb
: :, : .0- fn ih
,. ; Office at Vernon Fla.
,, ;,;,.need. I know what I'm talking about. .r- a.. and
.4v.'Women, write today, and let me tell ittu- Price Will practice in Circuit Courts of

'V-Tou of my attractive proposition. ThePensacoiaJourni Florida and the Federal CourU.

' 'i-N.*.: I "GRACE: KAKTHOLL r' ono

: I'. i42 Greene Street.: : -- FRANK '- MAYSS, editor. DR. R. E. TILLER.

The similarity between Grave To Think He Was In the Sam City

I, ,. l"W ;.. ,Kartholl's-,, notice and that of Homer With H.... This is going to be the most notable year in DENTAL SURGEON

,I' ;{' 'l\; i }: Stillwell wall startling. Amy saw I II before the maid could reach the bot.o American or Florida Politics. You, of course, wantto Chipley Florida.Office .

I ',1 :I:" that this new advertiser was trading : keep posted. You can do this by taking your local over First Nat'l Bank.

":.: on the reputation Homer had realized made tom.Homer's face was animated as he town paper and one outside paper. Here is the proposition ,
y'' for himself, and Amy also greeted her. : '

that it would mean business to the "It seems good to see you after I REGULAR COMBINATION Orion Lbdge, No. 40,

Kartholl woman. But it hardly such long time." He shook her PRJCBl PRICK! M .
a F A. M.
It seemed like wronging 1 $b,00
seemed just. band warmly.Amy.gat3ped.. .Your local paper< . :. .$1.00 ) year. Regular Communication. : Second
and to Amy's surprise } 6 months. $2.50._
This was hardly the Saturday and Fourth Frldy night in
this fact aroused an indignation in greeting she had expected. The Pensacola Journal ( Dally:/ ) $5.00 3 months. $1;25 each month. .
the' new. 'advertiser.. Visiting Brethern cordially 'nvlted.W4 .
her against realization of.this new feeling "You got my note congratulating. Your local paper . . $1.00 ),1 year. $1.50 L. TAYtOH, W. M.
The on-on your marriage?" The Pensacola / \ W W. JONES; Sec.
Homer-this desire to see lOU Journal (Weekly) $1.00 6 months. .75c
toward "Yes. It was kind of you, but Ihaven't
his rights-troubled The Peneaeola Journal la not Weat '.
he got only 'O ''d. leading
that was all her old anger married Miss Kartholl dally, but It 1 regarded by many .. the moat pronounced advote I. O. O. F>. NOTICE.
'rl AMJ. Where "You haven't married Miss K' ef edltort,
her ? r- Progressive Democracy InFlorida. Itt policy Until further notice
him? Where was rage le. vegwoue and Independent ,It* new eervloe I. compl.t....... Itexlvertlelng
V weeks the advertiseI thoU P" Amy's heart pounded ,:wild- ......"' Chipley Lodge No.56,
several ; and Grace ly.f"That advertisement'said, you ; I..O., O. P.,. will meet at7:OOp.m.,

I t.. meats of Homer Stillwell striking fe bad." You can get "t'j\ ,applies each Monday ev niDI:.

''Kartholl were the most according tq "But I haven't,for the very simple 'r to paid-in-advan serfding, By order of the''Lodarc. "
of the newspapers, the "".,\ ,V.. AI Mt QvAGcia, N.G.
J;r tares the adver.tilW.18 reason that there imxt any Misa :Karholl. money to yo
noHon. Each day .. S. B. JOBSOK Secytf -1' ",
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] Personal.Schedule IT Lovely Tharp-Ilardwick in its sweet Wedding.simplicityand ] Town Topics.. IT S

of June love-thoughts ;
beauty MOST
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of expressed was the wedding last Industry is the magnet that & r=,; :

'.B. C. Afe St. A.. Railroad. Thursday evening Miss May* startb things.our way. AN ;(

Effective March 12:, IULTrsln me Tharp of this city and Mr.' Get busy and tell us what you

No.1 r&IDNo. I William Mation Hardwick of know; it takes ne\.gs, you know,
South.atatlon .
.,. OolnR. 11:00 Lm. Chlpler: 1loingNorth.Lv 11:00 p.m. Ar. Headland. Ala., which was solemnized to make a: good paper. BAN
11:33 Lm. Wausau 4:27 p.m. at the Baptist church at _
'19:00 p.m. Oreenhe :00 p.m. The June examination for
to 12:00 p.m. Riverilide 8:64 p.m. 8 o'clock Rev. Mr.'Flemming of
18.11 p.m. Vlckllburlr 8:12 p.m.to teachers was held at Vernon last
Ar. 1:00 p.m. Southport 8:00 p.m. r.v. Louisville, Ky., speaking ,the the
week. About eighteen took Can handle, business afftirs s ion
1 .. words which bound two hearts ; ,your
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J. B. Lewis of near Aycock together for weal or woe. i aa e t me
of the are good and money :
was in town Saturday.Wm. The church was elaborately government report n W' S
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I condition of the cotton'crop showit v' ''c ;
decorated with ferns and other '
: 'feel
and money tight you' Ii
Bruce transacted busi- are hard ;
to be about 76 against 39 the
potted plants, and the altar was ,
F l r
ness in the city Friday.A. : ,
bower of loveliness. same date.last yea '
need of a business.-'cobnectt t -
D. Campbell spent Fridayat The hour had been set for 8 A most unusual cool spell hovered $

Graceville on business.A. o'clock, and when the music was ever this section several Big Strong and Reliabl< ::13ani|" .

D. Campbell transacted bus- first heard the church was-filled days this and last- week. Fires

iness in Pensacola Tuesday.Mrs. to the doors with friends of the were not .uncomfortable Sundayand Do. your banking business and ; tnalrti..i:. fired

couple, many out of town peqple Monday.
E. M. Fowler and child- !
being present. food'with the strpnge l Babk; l ? h f
ren are visiting at River Side this The Banner to publish ; s

week.f Prior to the marriage service all the news ot the city, and .'..r
Miss Annie Judson sang "Be; i "'" ,. -Washington County J_+x ,.'7 vJw J, ; J i
its readers to help.
I depends.upon .... ,
t T. L. Howell of Freeport, was cause God Made You Mine', f
Won't you help? P.hone or sendus f' ,
business! visitor in the city Sat- Miss Joe Mizell of Enterprise, the news. We will appreciate -*.

rday. Ala., presiding at the piano. it. The First NatibnalJSBaiIKi,

W.-. O.-- -Riitl---,-.r.-. -Jr.-. spent Thursday Promptly- at the. appointed- ,. '. I : -..''HI** i J. JnH. jTJT* /
hour the strains of Mendelsso- A huge sea monster of some .
at his plantation near '
betlton. -----1 hn's Wedding March rendered description the name of whichis of Chipley' '.

by Miss Joe Mizell, heralded the yet unknown was capturednear "" ,.;.
D. W. Fletcher of Gretna, was' entrance of the bridal party. Miami last week. It was .. 'Pi'1!:l ;

one of the'callers in the city about 40 feet long and weighed .. .. .. .. .. .. Mo .. ..
Monday. First came the ushers, MessrsJ. ...... .. . .I'.I..I..I '.,; A I4feA, oMe, ,

II.. Faulk and Dr. J. Ambus 16,000 pounds. __ __ ___..._ 8
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Wi L. Hill, an agent of the U. Wells. Following these came The Summer Normal the :; --y--; .,
Labor is one of the supreme Rub-My.Tism. wilt\ Care ydu.?<;;,.:
S. Land Office at Gainesville, was Miss Flora Campbell and Mr. S. State University school for ,
a laws of life Toil is honorable.The iegand;* ; '
'.. in the city Tuesday. R. Mitchell, Miss Gladys Farrior teachers, and those who wish to which the world A.new shipluent'oEbu'g' ;* t
T.: A. Dekle was down from and Mr. S. E. McGeachy Miss prepare for teaching: will ope'n at has made is a glorious testi'mQnial .arness"ai'p: u6n. Coiema, r _" ,'r:Cp's1-("1f ::
Campbellton and >spent. several Irene Tuggle and. Mr. C. V, Gainesville: on Monday June 17th to human handiwork. Those Campbell(&.Deltie:Co;areaq: ,;

days here this wee Royster. Miss Ila Williams and and.contmue; for.six-weeks. : who work know more of genuine: tug.'.5QCperLpalrfor.oldshoes< :.. r. ., r
Mr. Whit Wells bride's maids '', \.r ,q. ,4, ,',
Lester Gainer left a few days : Will Peters :Dr. Tiller John happiness than .those whose HveS'seem Sash, doorit \; dlscteens gOU1'' ..

for Fort Worth Tex., where and 2'roomsm'en. Peters and Angus Miller spent dedicated to idleness., all the.titde'tYItuoolemaao" ; : :''"
ago. .,. Preceediner the bride_. who,_ entered ___- ." .. :J.1 .: < ; "
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be has accepted a position. Friday on the river south of to.'that 'atj'-
with Miss .Eunice Tuggle Democraic Senators and members Getup! ,. -batcounter, ::
W. L. Taylor was in town Saturday the maid of honor, ,came the pret- Vernon fishing, and they say the :of the House!! of Representatives : CampbltTJekht," p's.' ;;, and... *,'g'Qt. '

transacting business and ty little flower girls, Lucile Dunn sport was fine but' we didn't see are unanimous in declaring you-a batj; 'they'are'Chbap.Yoa'are ', .. *' _* 'v%,'
the color or size of their fish. vi' "' iv'
attending Masonic Lodge. and Bessie Coleman, strewingthe that every day bring strongerand invited Jp; parlake.'iofVthe
Josh Peters was down from bride's pathway with Mare- To Franklin.Thomas- living a stronger assurances that goadCounter: ;-t h ings"'on..1t1e..Dargaln' ; ,
chal Neil roses. few miles east of town belongsthe the Democrats, will not elect '. ;
Graceville and,spent a day or two only at; Vh&idlssVs'f; + RichardS .
The escorted to the honor of bringing the first President faIt .. "' < *- n 1.* .
h'erewith' was this but will :
this a
his family week. groom son's. 1 "5
'v $i&e\'A'Jrf\ .. ,
altar by his best man Mr. W. S. cotton bloom of the season. He sweep the country from.ocean;,to' ... .&l\."iii$0ffi\r''t;;; ,' ;. ; .''* -,'
Miss Frankie Langston had as'her Sconyers of Headland, Ala. brought it in :Saturday;)and says' ocean. The fight between pres-] prop in and*',iie ftV.thpse.Blue- ,;;

guest last week Miss Ethel After the short, but im- there was several more bloomsin ident Taft and ex-president Serge' suitsat'Campbell.IteltT"-\ } < ;' j
Farris of Elba, Ala., and Miss very Roosevelt has gone' so far. .and
his field. Co's..tbey; ; are, Several 'dollars\ ',.
Roe of Selma, Ala. pressive marriage ceremony, the bitterness between- the two II : l
:during which "Love's Confiding"was What has become of the proposedFourth has become so intense that thereis chea .>et'tban'eisewbere."; "
Rev. G. N. Winslett of Grace softly played, the bridal par- of July celebrationto no possibility of healing the I WhiteHouse.l* ** "'''S1i i iocost- .- -1,

ville, was in the city Saturday with afternoon ty passed out to the strains ofTaunhauser's be held at-Chipley? We have have deep inflicted and painful on. each wound other. they more than other. shqest'Jbuj shaking hands his
Recessional the I heard nothing of it for'a week. are betteri, Get :pair from Williams '
numerous friends.Dr. flower girls preceeding them. The n newspaper man can't talk .' ".'' .
& -Helton. <- :.
Why not earn $5 to $25 daily?
J. Ambus Wells was ,up* Following the ceremony, a about.. a thing. unless he knows Others do it with our new specialty.Sendfor "
rom Southport to attend the brief reception wwT held at the something. to tell. booklet. Chipley SpecialtyCo. Dishes and-Glassware:
?harp-Hardwick wedding lashursday / home of the bride's mother' Mrs. An agent of the Treasury Department ., POX 264, Chipley Fla. at Schell. 's.. : 5" 5 5-, '

evening. / Ada Miriam Tharp, where con- spent Thursday here : ,

cK. A. Campbell, clerk of gratulations and best wishes!;} checking up the affairs of the I am handling Ice m Cbr l.y'again. *Ihi-i'.season -\

/the circuit court of Jackson county were extended to thr happy First National'Bank. Of course I will appreciate your 'pattpnage, : and promise: -

spent a day here -last weem con pIe.. he found everything o. k., and ICE I J you the same courteous treatmentanaptomptattention
>ngling with friends.' The bride and groom had Intended the business; of this financial institution I have always given: you beretafore.A. ..

going by automobile to in a flourishing condi Be ';J oWlit1' ..
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[rs. T. A..Dekle of CaoTpbell- Dothan., but, on account of the inclement }

lon, spent several days here: this weather, changed their tion. Open"'ron-t, e to 10: ..O'COCk tlundwys.. i

f.and last week visiting her mot plans, and left on the 11 o'clock '
er Mrs. L. 0., Shivers. train for Jacksonville from -
Joseph Worley of near Grace? which place they went .to Indian "

ille, was in town Saturday looking Springs, Ga., for a brief sojourn,: .
after business matters and After which they will be at home

attending- Masonic Lodge mee at Headland Ala.] want to show
:, in&o Miss Tharp was one of Chip- we joiiv ,

leys attractive young ladies, andMr. ..
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Clarence Gainer returned from Hardwick' is a, prominent wr"" "--------.,.., ..F__ V_ v.. V V MP VNJIP HP. PPQB \ ""
Panama City last week, where he t'
[oung business man of Headland,
had been for several days on 'a The Greatest Line of Screen Doors: and Windows'' .
combined business'and Ala.Many
'.. i handsome predents: of ?

silver, cut glass, etc. ,were received Ever Rl own Here. Fine Front Doors, ,Sash,:,;:and" 1{

Misses Emma Kate and Dim- from their friends here ,

ple McMillan of Pensacola were and elsewhere. ,Sash, Weights Iitchen--Srll.k. :'Qalva )z:a ,j'ip ij a .<: ,
_. the &guest of Misses M. E. and May their cup of joy ever be "- ".1" -'I.1 "'t':1'c..J", ''''' -
l Pauline Williams several days full and .. ". "l"4 f". .'-..',,.,',)',',.; :"J.. ."1i"-.:'", '.'\ '' ,
no shadow of the unpleasant Pipe Fitting. :-: :-: :-: .. -. '".""I-;,;:... ,", ,. .... .ti'-:
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last week. .ever cross: their path- '''... '., i' -. r'-iit'! : 1, ';

Rev. R. O. Williams will visit way througb.life together is the FISHING TACKLE THATS .FIT FOR' FSLLINGn : \
wish of the Banner.RubMyTit :
with his'friends here the latter _. 'a
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: part.of this week and will 'occupy 0- .. .... ; '- '----,. -.::;:\':-: -'T; : f., l" .",

",.:: the pulpit, at::0- the .Methodist ni will cure you. The ;Best Line of Fishing' Tackle<; Slu i :l{;

,. e :. ,. .sChipley
:* church Sunday morning and evening We want to see you at our, store '' '.5"S.,.- ',"'" .'"' H";' It'' ''-,I : ,
] in 1.\ "
Years ;
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Many .V .
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much'to the delight' of his '
i : Dunn-Coleman Co. ., t'. ..,;t .,. ,.; ';"";';;"./: (';t'.t! :/,
admirers here. "
.numerous '
.::.':.:' .. worked.The'square deal. is being- over '. .,.., -, '';J,.;: "' -":,..' ,,"$. J., 1,1.".,;,.I:): ;, I

Watch the show windows at We' Are ;
Looking For You '
All. manner of fishing tackle i
,,': Campbell & Dekle Co'...; you will ,
!; something:' new nit. to inter cheap at Dunn-Coleman Co's. '

, ,.:,- est you almost every day When you want fresh groceries 1P/ Dunn a+e Coleman : > i, i; :h 'lt g, .
.... delivered quickly 'phone
J. H. Spencer of Duncan senlThe .,
r" \s3n l.1r .v Fl ,
Williams & .
your HeltonAtagbn \
f Banner cotton bloom Mon- .
: a ( ",. :., .' ,. ,.<>. JW1'
l; 'day.. He says the first bloom Fruit: Jars; pints I "; .':. 'r : A., 6. McQUAGG1 General Ada:5 '- \ '} '

r noticed in his .field on the and Quarts SOc dozen at .
wasi.,>.>. ; '-' ,. ''ff-. (; .. ....,
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4th of June.' Schfclfs. ]
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