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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: July 4, 1912
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
 Notes
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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main business is find fault to the United States'two- I
The B.. C. & St. A. Railroad The Florida State Departmentof The--fol1dwlng: Is a list of text books to came
have made arrangements with to be'used as a the basis for the Sep. with other people, and if possible I thirds of them being; : males; 159.- ,
Agriculture has issued a circular
tember nlnatlon. little 638 Italians, ; 'ntrsh, i
Tiller & Blackwell to their .e a destroy what good they try were 71,446
run further-extending the time (,)Orthography-Hunt's Speller. to do in this world.. Our adviceis '
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of enforcing the recent'socalled have nothing to do with this .,'
leading-Any standard author. ., ,. ;
train, and you'can make prompt 6,721 negroes. -.x; .\
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Arithmetic Milne's Standard. people. "
food law -
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any on. '' Composition-Elements of English Herrick Refrigerators: p fe\
of goods as to weights or 5 or 6 doses 666 will break any \
bay.Going north this boat will-ob measure, to February 1, 1913, on Composition English .hammar-Lawton by'Hunfingtoh. B. Ev case of.Chills & Fever; it acts on are the best. Samplesin : ."' ., C.

serve thcitollowingschedule. goods on hand or contracted for ans'. the liver better than Calomel l, and Stock. ,

\ Leave Leave Panama Mill vllle City 10:15 0:30: a.m.a.m. before August 3, 1911, the orig- Physiolog*-Primer of Sanitation, by does not gripe or sicken. 25 cents W.; J.SCHELL.. -> i F /1(
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Arrive Southport 12:30: D.m. i and Bennett's; U S. History .FieldsGrammar I. .r ,
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Going South, the boat will be more one- School.
W in waiting on arrival of train, and tenth of one per cent of benzoate I Geography-Redway'aNalural Florida C. P. GIIwBlBRT,.. I ,
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there will be no delay.R. of soda and to saccharin. edition. e
Agriculture-Dug-gar's for Southern Successor to SKINNER & SHARRON..1 l ,
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Dr. T. G. YatesEye sion of time and some.people are Civil Government-For all grades, (nu.Is .,.
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fI' +t At Chipley, :vaa. Thos. Lawrence Jr. of Vernon ---l

.!::1.:'r" .WALTER W. .JOMBs"i editor. was in town Saturday. Are .you o e.of.thos,

( Eai.n4, at tin poatoMca' at Chlpley,Fla.. ass.ooad Fred Cox spent Tuesday 'at. ,: I ,
."(, ," law aail.att.tt' his old home in, the Valley. ..., .

,", SUBSCRIPTION BATES: Tax Collector Gainer ot Vernon .. who have intended to ;.t-

OHM raukB,.......-...-............11.00 was a visitor here last week. .
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,,\ ................... .25A. Uncle Steve Simmons was min- '''
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<1\'t Communication on live topic, especially 1. "
of local Interest, are solicited. It Saturday afternoon with rain and I
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In understood, however that the publish ;'f
J of Tae BAHHKB: will not be responsible hail. Why not come and let us fit:you' up in :jj j
W"- for opinions expressed by correspondents.TTE ,
James Yates and wife of northof '

'n"<. Trig BAITCKB: wants a live represents Vernon, were visiting relatives ., one, of those BLUE SERGE SUITS? + ; I '
Site and correspondent atevery postoffiee .
t. In the county, and will make liberal arrangements here Saturday.
oh, with the rlxrt parties. ,-
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F' THUR8DAY July. *. 1912.iH' Tuesday from a visit with .
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; ,, Second Primary Doomed seasons and worms. Also HATS, HATS, HATS, at youryour :
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It is harldy possible that the Rev. W. D. Owens of Sodom -4.1'. >-;, ; ;" ;' .

second primary will survive to and W. W. Owens of Macom, own price. ". :.,.' ? I .
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;: trouble the country in another were business callers Saturday.Mrs. "
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:(:' election. Every where it is G.,Cole man and childrenof ;- : { ,'- --

,- being: strongly and justly' condemzu I'r Panama passed through here ... ,

d. The system, to begin Saturday enroute to Vernon to ,

?', with, was a protest against con- visit her parents. '
t': yention abuses, with its easily Campbell & Dekle Company.
Glenny and Homer Pritchard ,
k. purchased delegates, too often
ready to selt'tbe liberties of the have gon'e-to Missouri to be with ,.J
their mother, who is very ill and -....... '
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not expected to live.
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k'.. In so far as the voter is concerned The organ for the M. E. church Reasons Why Men Should Swear. $100 REWARD.For .
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l ,the primary has succeeded has arrived, and we are told the Rev Albert Marion Hyde; pas any case of:'Gall Stones, Appendicitis ;

in restoring to his hands bell has been ordered. Supposethe tor of the Porter Congregational Fistula Piles, Enlarged Pros

"_:' the privilege that was not safe ladies will dig up the little Church, of Brockton, Mass., tate Glands,- Stricture, Uterine and Excursion Fares
iF in the keeping of delegates. ItI change due. Ovarian Troubles, Displacements.
gives good reasons why a man Discharges, Tuberculosis or Blood Poison
is urged that the people may be We are sorry to note that Mrs.L. should swear just as often andas I fail to cure with my new SOW

I bought equally as well as dele- T. Taylor, east of town, con- hard as_he can. machine now treating 100 people dally, :Chicago HI., and Return
gates were. Perhaps so, but the without the knife medicine.No .
tinues very sick, in fact her con- Here they are. or Account National Educational Associ-
I"'f'.,.... task will be more. difficult.. ,.it will dition is so serious it is feared delay from business.-: : pay railroad ation. Round trip'rate from '
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1. Because such elegant .
be an tare'and give free .examination Chlpley 29.96
il" more costly, and harder, to she will not
cODce L And if the people cori recover. way of expressing one's Call at once. ELECTRO-RADIO CO. Tickets sold JUly 3, 4 and.5. Return

" '"' sent to 'dell their liberties, the The stork visited our town last thoughts. 106' Dauphin St.:Mobile, Alabama. limit August 31, 1912.

; price will be paid to the owner week and left a little girl with 2. Because it is;, such a con- Round trip Summer Tourist Excur-

E-i- and not to a representative who Mr. and Mrs. Jule Johns but he clusive proof of taste and good Campbell & Dekle Co. will pay sion tickets, at very attractive rates on
delivers was more liberal with Dr. and breeding. you SOc for your old .sboes. A sale dally until Sept. 30, 1912, at princlpal'statlons
goods belonging to the
:t & pretty good proposition, don't on L. ,& N. Railroad,
Mrs. Brunson as he left them twoa
community, the 3 Because it is a-stire of
r4 purchase money way you-think. with return limit October 31, 1912.
';\: of ,which slips i into his own boy. and a girl. making one's self agreeable to .. For rates routes, etc., see the agentat
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,"' .. poc'tef. .I' The barn, smokehouse buggy, one's friends.. Fresh Crackers every ;your station or write to
,. But; the helping of the voter some chickens; and other belongings 4. Becuse it positive evi- week at Schell's J. W. LURT01J, D. P.. A.Pensacola I

1', has been almost the undoing of of Mrs. McMillan was burn- deuce of the acquaintanceship ;Fla.TTimlber.

C'I the candidates, many of whom ed one day the past week, and it with good literature.

have been put to trouble and expense was only by heroic work that her 5. Because it furnishes sucha '............. .... ....<&... ..{I..

, beyond all The dwelling saved. Rats is &
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good example and training for '
f-: unnecessary second primary: : is posed to have been the fire bngs. young boys. : Sawn |
r largely responsible. The Starke .
: A petition asking the County 6. Besause it is such a good .
, Telegraph discusses the situation Commissioners For the best results f
; to build a good I way of increasing one's self res- : ?

.. ,wisely, : road_ from_? this place to Vernon n..c.... .- ______ I
,I "Abolish the second primary." > 1- I- .., Shlp your umber toI : ;
is being circulated here, signed
ir 7. Because it is just what
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';" extraneous candidates those in by our prominent citizense.We man's mother enjoys having her '
: --" hope the road will be built as Murphy-Morrison | |jl t
; : the second primary will now get son doing ,
h the travel from: here to Vernonby
lcc- down to, the real contest. And 'the people from the Bay and 8. Because it would look so J| 326 Brent Bldg. J"
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; it is unfair and almost brutal to nice in print. _
K other points is immense.
them that they are compelled to .. .. 9. Because it is such a help to : Pensacola Kla.
f;> do so., Tired, worried and worn manhood 'and vitrue in many ,

:'" and some of them haying Opposing; Violence., ways. ..................., ........ :

t ,. stood a severe financial strain The following plank in the 10. Because it is such an infallible -,
they now not only have to do socialist platform should 'recive
..' way of increasing ones UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. Florida State College For Wome i/j,
F. :: it all over again, but finder universal commendation chances in the hereaafter.

*11;, largely different and more dffil 'Any, member, of ,the party A Superior But GAINESVILLE Inexpensive Institution for TALLAIIASSEE \l[
College of Arts and Sciences, Normal School.
i'J" cult conditions. They have to who opposes political action or Florida Young Men. School Music. Schnol of Art. School of Expression
The best known man in townis ,School of Home Economic
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( try to hold all their first vote, and advocates crim other college* agricultural experiment elation Tuition
sabotage First
or citizen UnlTermitjr extension. 46 profeMora and awlatantev Clara equipment throughout.
not always the the townis -
: 80 per cent Increase In attendance f.Otbl:1'expense very low. For In form at loo
; to do things necessary to win methods of violence last
l t as a weaponof proud of. year. Attractive buildino and campus For address ,
; the vote released by the""candi. the working class,to aid in its I Iu catalogue addrena A. A. MVaPn EE.President. EDWAID CONRADI, President. I IiI

,J dates that have, fallen out., And emancipation shall be expelled
.,:. in many instances supporters of: from memership in the oarty." -

Z.. losing candidates and perhaps The, American people believein .. I

i f\ some of the candidates themselves law and order: they favor the I I

: have sore spots from the correction of every,evil, but they .
b ''' first primary that will pretent want the remedy .to come CLOSER THAN YOU THINKis m.f.f.

:.', their votes and support going through peaceful agitation and .
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" would go if these sore spots did the supreme court declared the the Glorious Fourth. It is here today. ,
not exist. income tax unconstitutional the t.
-' "Now, 'if we had the second people proceeded to amend the But there is still time to secure some of our 1 1 1I

and third choice ballot system constitution; when 'the voters i I specl outdoor furniture: for use on porch, or
the will and choice of the voters founjl that predatory interest I :;

'. ; would be absolutely known from were using the pesent method of lawn. Easy chairs, tables. ,. hamrrocks/etc.

k k,i the result of the one election. A electing senators they began, a yc? But above all, don't fail 'to see the new swinging
;, truer verdict would be obtained fight for popular election and'

i and the candidate would be freed they haye about won; when they settee. It i is simply great, with. all sorts of

from this useless torture of saw that bosses were holding possibilities. ,

'K a second eamoaign.r power through the convention
; "The second primary is a poor system they demanded prim-

abolished.poor proposition"-Ex, aud should be aries. In time all abuses will CMpley :Furniture Company. ..

be remedied.
I The man who resorts to voiol- Railroad Street
Chipley. Fla.
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, 'Some men never do anything :ence may sometime mean well .
unless they see a chance to get but he is at all time an enemy of
"some"'glory'out of it. i I the cause he"seeks to advance.

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. Barber Called "Regular Get-Up-snd-Walk- Horrify Gallant Would-be I .'
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i \ association the newly-elected: state Mr.\ F. F. Cook in "Bygone Daysin t"

;: '' No Waiting. secretary told this story of the "walk Chicago," and he tells this amus- .J

off men :" ing story of Isaac Spear, a well-

;;. 3 Barbers '3 "An old darky attended services known watchmaker in the early days. ,

\ when & high church dignitary Mr. Spear was very /short, and so alb:
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preached. normally bandy-legged to attract .
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i''t "It'":t .. Shape,-' ; :.. ; .+....,. 150. uncle?* was asked. He was in the forefront of the. I

"' ":. Haircutting, ,.. .25o.w' 'I likes the sermon? fine, boss.It I crowd, watching the fire, and at one A handsome neVI style in ;
. -..; Shampoo, .. ..... ..... 25c.M.isaage .
', .,,';t. .. .. .. w.. 2Sc. was a regular get-up and walk-off time became so absorbed in the spec- our Diamond. Special Grade'that q oQ
I' '" : Hair.Singe,. ... . 25c.WcS sermon* tacle that he stood '
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f : Very' Respectfully good Lord he fixes up the world, he situation, rushed gallantly forward This is only pne :of 'pur new patterns.

(_ W. EK*Peters, JPropr.: makes twelve men out o' mud and and, tapping him on the shoulder. Ask show his' styles of
" f stands them alongside a wall to dry. shouted above the din : yourdealcrto you

He says to them: "Now, you stand "Say, mister, if you don't! come Diamond Brand Shoes.. He should have

/, HUGH FAKRIOR, here until you are dry as dust and away you'll burn !I" for
them in all grades at all prices, men
DEINTISX. then I'll come back and put some The ooution not having! the de- 0

brains into you and make you men." sired effect, theyoungster sprang to I as well as for011111; !and children.

\... .. Crown and Bridge. / Work a Specialty. Well, some of them they stands the rescue second time. Once nom

.;,',. ALf.1. ,WORK' GUARANTEED.' and waits to get their brains, while he gave anxious warning, and still &0c7== z

-::""':. a: St.Offlce'over bhlpley State Bank. others they don't like to wait, and, Isaac paid no heed. t4

I' ',:;'J.:,.: gets right up and walks off withoutno On'returning to a place of safety,
ANYFARQUIIAI
SHOES THAN
FWE
The New York World brains at all. Them's what you the boy, to his horror, observed the mff MOff nousM ricMACHINERY

/ Thrice.a.week Eedition. call walk-off' men And a "walk-off little man's deformity. Screening

r sermon is the same way-it has some his face 'with his arms, he charged .
10-:
Tho.'T'brlc8-a work World hopes to be go to it.' "-St. Paul Dispatch.? again into the consuming heat; and,

\d- ," In 1U08.a bolter paper than It has ever while literally dragging the watch- CO.

been bufuru. and it has made its arrangements A GREAT-GAME. maker fa( a placeof safety, shrieked 431 E, DRY Street,

accordingly. Its news service covers in: his ear:
.JACKSON VI I L LO'RIDA.LUgcst.8tock
"Well, the summer flirts will soon ; p. .
tho entire globe, and It reports every "You must I Yourewarpingl"Youth's
thing fully, promptly and accurately. It be playing their favorite game." come away of Machinery

la the only paper not a dally, which Is as "True. Where is your daughter Companion. 1 mills
in Florida fo" and
saw .
Rood as u dally, and which will keep YOU I now?" .
., as completely Informed of what Is happening "Gone south for preliminary Dysentery Is always serious and often a u planing: mills. '..
throughout the world. # prac- dangerous dlsoime, but It can bo cured. EARQUIIARMACHINERY) ,: ":
The Thrlco-a week World Is fair In Its tice. Uhnmborlaln'a Colic: ,Cholera and Diarrhoea
political reports. You can get the truth Remedy has cured It even then malignant "zr3a has been built, for 57 gears;,' '

om Its columns, whether are a Re- CONFIRMING for ali All Vel\l
you SUSPICION. and epidemic. by r8. more built today than any other -.
lean and that Is what
or Democrat ,
----- -- Let us tell
.
ant.spealal. you why., ...
"Do believe the that
'A feature ottI o Thrlce-a-weck you story GLORY OF THE'MOUNTAINS.Nb Send for catalog and'price.W. .
Hiss Flirty's eyebrows are made .
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World has always been Its serial fiction
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publishes novels br the best authors In up? lowlander can appreciate the
the world, noves which In; book form sell "Indeed; I dontbelieTe they arc mountain appetite and the facility H. MILTON, M. L. DEKLE, F. M. OLSON.Cashier..

'for 91.60! apiece and Its high standard In Bs 111 irk os M.r, ..r.n-I; ..,1 "' with which heavy food called "grub President. Vice-president- .-
this respect will b" maintained In the fut-
.. urn as In the past. is disposed-. Eating, walking, First BankIVIARIJCNNA
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if you are a housewife you cannot reasonably National
: Tho Thrlco-a-week Wprld's- regular hope 10 be healthy or boautllul by resting, seem alike delightful, and .. .
, ,1 price Is only 1.00 feels inclined to shout '
subscription' per year washing dishes sweeping and doing house one lustily on : FLA. ; :
1. and this pays for. 1.1(1( papers. We offer work all day and crawling Into bpd dead rising in the morning like a crowing ..
this iineqnallod newspaper and The Ban "".
tired at night. ,J.oii must get Into the open cock. Sleep and digestion as clearas
or together for one year for 1.G3.( The Capital ,$50,000.00 .. .
air and sunlight. If you do this very Uy the air. Fine
spicy boughs
plush
regular subscription price of the two paPITS ,
add keep your stomach and bowels In good: Solicits Accounts of Banks Firms Individuals.r
r Is .3 no.t for bedding we shall have tonight, Corporations ano
order by taking Chamberlain's Tablet
.... and Our twenly'yeara In the banking business enables us to offer
.. r > ---'- ---- when needed, you should I eoime both healthy !- a glorious lullaby we shall have experience '
you the best banking: facilities of any bank in West orida.> We also have a
., 'C. and beautiful. For, sale by All Dealer from this cascading creek. Neverwas fully equipped Savings Department in which' v? pay irterent on deposits. Accounts -

'. w -- -.--- stream more fittingly named, for by mail handled aa fcasllya* by personal interview. '
:' r=. LONDON CREATES FASHIONS. as I have traced it above and belowour Send us your business

.J o I I'M 1 potent; It may farnrtb. money.We camp
.! ;" prtiv obi Un tr. & and ForeignPATENTS J
I' Although Paris undoubtedly has ing, dancing, white bloom of cas ,

'r.." long been the fashion arbiter for the eades. And at the very last, unwearied -

',-,', .. and TRADE: MARKS or dnra EN- women of Europe, London of late it :finishes its wild course in; a WANT
'T..l"lU07" ko. bind: model fckelij ge ]
'".. erl' l.ltoaad we nna an ,IMMEDIATE has been making rival claims in that grand leap of three hundred feet or J. 081a
; FJ.rrcport on paten
.t tliu lyiil legal -n!ju and ndvicc, and out regard and in some instances not unjustifiable more to the bottom of the main Yosemite Better -

1.\' charges are moderate. Try us. by the fact that where canyon near the fall of Tamarack _""HO_

) SWIFT & CO., British approval has been lacking creek a few miles below the ,
'. That question will bo asked )' -almost daily by business: men seeking! your.
; Patent t.awya.o, Parisian innovations have died a foot of the \.1Iey.-From JohnMuirs services, if you qualify,tufce tho Uraughoa Tro.Jnlnnnd show ambition tc,;:.8.
Opp. U.S.Pt.teat Office,Washington, D.C. | than indorse all other btu'i.
___ !) speedy .death. One London dress ":Uy First HUIWJT in the More BANKERS Indorse: DRAUGHON'S Colleges
ace[ s.n.aanrnrsmm. ness colleges COMBINED. 'SCoiLgavIn\ :: 18 States: International r 'ptftAtil>u.
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---- ---- ---- --- establishment Sierras."
: making that pretendsto Banking: T>pi.;:iTl'J-Wf. V.o.n'lln.IoI. E..IIHht: Rpdllnir/ jtiUbmetlt Letter Tfrlll.ic.& Vaauis.
law-tHKK.: sualltwrybrncbcX.'to.udI0StSIONYUAKANTEEbtinder) rcoLoncble!,Mt55.
1Coe411glemake be the equal in prominence of the Bookkeeping. Bookkeepers 0 ::.'1, over I Horne Stuty. 77u>usawfi of Gook .' ). a
most famous in Paris, is now making For soreness ofvi* muscles'whether induced the United States say that Dratiglx/n-s : bookkt'cpers, and slei:jjrn;'/ r, a 4
I especially attractive and purely by violent txercUa ur Injurv, there New System of Bookkeeping I: saves them ]holding'yov. -osltfJnf t::1 the 1'1. :'. of f __ o'
l notbluit better than Chnniberliiln'n: L.IDI.merit. from 25 to 50 pet cent!In work and woj-ry; taking Draughms me :"h; 'rly. __ -
British display of spring models TbU liniment uUo relieves riisuniut Shorthand. Practically all U. S. niB CAT At OC II'a::. r.q p+ ""-..,.:...,*.'',-ri'-
.r 1j about which all feminine London is tier sale All Dealers.COULD clal court reporters write the System cf ny MAIL, write JM-r />. l'; i "' tw..;. .,. ,,
Q and it.is 111I1n8.i by Shorthand Drauffhon Colleges)] ; tench.Whyr President, Ha,hvlllo, T;!1n, Ir II., d.;.iftlofff -
talking, generally regardedthat -- ...---.- ---. Because they Irr.ouit 'i tAg best. "J f>n f'oltr"u A T('c( ". f.J- '. '::, t/i i; 1DUAUGIION'S
these are to be taken as the ab- o PJRACV i .CAT. tt&fSINHttfe CO;J.<.LE4'i. : ;
bin morel elm 'leaf !'else/. .solute decrees of fashion. BE POSSIBLE .
llKhtoit t rnnnlna. ITS ALL IN THE TAYLOR FEES', Every Jacksonville.Fl.a.. or Atlanta.. (ice.. c-r rVior.'U nr Montf... .-- '-. r (I.<
.' mill Httod with wire cable drive set-on* aMaah- -
... .
manta and adjustable Idler. Improved carriage FREAK.IN NEST BY'LD'' G. .-
bnfking device U quick artlnf and a time saver.
", Made In all alas,portable and stationary.W ooexxxe{ ooooooolh <*, (
i
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.3 'j .. .,nmnufMtar. *.DRIBM. boll.hlaa* maabla.b.e: Many birds that and I -
w. wood |nttor l u.? Mid do foundry work vltlM tatVaiiuryft are shy retiring
k, .
;:;"0 .: ". TAylor>> Iron W r". Iii 15. .Masse ... in other respects, show very : Neat Printing '
,
*<*r< vr' ,,, little fear of the creaking and groan '.
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e ., we prompels ubk I. / Irui ign c ing of heavy machinery, or the thun- :
.S Creates
impression 8nnujng ;
derous roar of heavy trains. I recall i' I a good

.. l reading some of a pair
years ago
lL rtll correspondents
I Iv your g,
of courageous little' sparrows _that 1 .

: started a nest at one end of a large : and to busS'''
helps give -
' .. your
fiend r t llevtrnonterredreporton
turn-table in :
" .... a roundhouse This
, : ulIr; } 1n.boo ... ..
.."-\ "D" 11019 f..cent.,1&1-"ra lj f i'."..ill.,...:.::'.-f".iinil, ".Vs wrlfIII turn-table was the same at both ends, 1 k |W iuess prestige. ,8;
; and the birds built two nests ,.
" ; -one
,
.. 17: ,. to f
" ." : 8 .. on each end, working one day on one : We do Neat Printing < '

1 '. U : end, and the next day on the other, i '1 i'i --

t t.. '+ '\;..,- as the turn-table was reversed. Here, at Reasonable Prices '
'
} ; Opposite U. S. Patent Office j in the midst of din and confusion"

".- ...'. WASHINGTON D C. they finally selected one of the nests, t_ ;; Banner Job Office 1 JI':

and raised a happy brood of '
--- -- young.St.
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Nicholae.MAILCARUikRS.' First Eabbit-I' haven't seen your : 0000{, < ,,
THE CULT. brother for l several days. I'm afraid .

..:::4''", Mrs.- Wayupp-Then you think it \VILr KLY. that goat ate him up. 'J

t ,v :t"'; ia the coming religion? '(hie I* an age of grest discoveries. frog i' so Second? Rabbit--Why do you think Physicians Advise ; .

A': .'. Mrs. Blast-Undoubtedly. It hat less ride og tbe air. Boon we may lee Uncle .'
, .; sam's mall carrier fifing In alt 'directions First Rabbit-I heard one of those the use of a goodlaxative: : to keep.the.towels 'open and prevent the poisons of undigested {'
t. an excellent start. It has been in existence food from gettlnglnto your system. '
transporting People take wonderful hunters he found a hair in the
say The latest cf science
a year now and haan't been product Is VELVO Laxative Uver Syrup, purely vegetable, gentle
interest In a discovery that benefits
butter this morning reliable and of B : ,
Peasant arosratjc Ustt. VelvQ' acts on a
the liver
well
i as as on Un
pinched by the police yetw Puck.NATURALLY. them That's why Dr King's New I Dlsoov-' stomach and' bowels, and Is of the' greatest; possible efficacy In constipation Indigestion

ery for coustbs and cold and other throat THE t/M-A F1UtlBAN11.: biliousness, sick headache, feverlshnesg,coUc.fUtulenc,| etc. Try Vf '
I : j
aqd lung disease is'toe most popular medIcine
.. in America. "It cured me of a dreadful !. too Important a matte for a woman to be
have here sir cough, write Mrs J. ,B. Davis' Ht'ck- bandliMppca by weakness; bad blood or foul' VE ifl LAXATIVE
Reporter a story ,
nay Corner. Me., after doctor's trt-atineul breath. .Avoid these ktll-bopea by .taking
about a human salamander who and all other remedies bad fulled. Excel Dr King'* Life rills. New strength, line 1

could live 'without discomfort in a lent tor coughs, colds or any bronchial; cffeotlon. complexion, pure.breotn. cheerful spirit*-
temperature of 300 degrees. Price BOo and! 91. Trial bottles thing that win men-follow tnelr use,* 'Easy I L L I U LIVER SYRUP

";.3 .itor-Ooodl- ThatV hot stuff. free at 8 1C Mctieacby's. safe cure. :2Bo! at H K JUcGeacby. i

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1 .,nfi I MILLETArtist ?(XXXX ii-i
r ; ,* THE BANNER. GOOD FORTUNE OF r., .r

Was Never Subject of Gossip

"."'' F Ottnrcla I>lr ei rv. and Escaped Senseless Admiration Indigestion
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,Ii; ; .'r M. E. Church South.-Preaching-every .f Thoughtless Followers.If : .jOB
at and and Sunday 1.111 a. m. and 8 p. m. -

i ,ys t ,ct U.Sabbath U. Chapiielle.School Pa"or.L' 10 I.. .m. W. N. Sheets, Millet's work failed of full appreciation causes heartburn, sour I i I

,' ", $ Layer '. in his lifetime, he was stomach, nervousness! .
Meeting Thursday nlghts.Young blood and
nausea Impure ,
I: 1 Men's prayer meeting Tuesday nevertheless fortunate in many ,
tfr' nights. Everybody cordially Invited. more trouble than many
,1 things. He was never the subject of 'PRIN'TIN.G-
"I, different kinds of diseases.
:
r'j' : Baptist Church-Preaching every 2nd public gossip, and he escaped what The food you eat ferments .. : .
t: -, '' 'and 4th, Sunday. Rev. Daltt.er, altor.R. u still worse-the senseless admira- stomach and the '
,in '
/ your / : ; (
Babbath School 10 a. m., F. C. Hawk '
I ., .'. 'Jor Superlntoneent. tion of .thoughtless followers. No poisons it forms are ab- J . :1"1;; ,,2,.:.:.. ." .
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I't: N Prayer Meeting Wednesday nights. crowd of common artists and ama- sorbed into your whole .'. ,. ('/\'Ii; !,', : ;
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'j/ s" -T teurs followed his footsteps or sang, system,causing,many distressing : .,. 1.' ,. .,'yRti'I'J ,.... pM. ,. ';1

,!i" Po....... Directory.' his praises in or out of season. lie symptoms. At the Creates a good impres,1iJfiji.rJ.;:::<,: ,;; S

except : never had anything to do with whatis first sign of indigestion, try ,;'.-:..... : ....;.;.. ... ,"

.r'' ,r :flast-bound mall closes at 10:30..11I .. called art life; he simply mindedhis Bet sion among' ". "you4cor:: j' {' ,
:,. West-bound' closes at 5:10 p.m. business. His tendency to .? '-'
t: ; own ) '
: Mail from Vernon arrives at 10m'l seclusion was a blessing to him, and Tliedford'sBlackDraught respondents, and helps ': y; _..
G.x:\ and leaves on arrival of the east bound : '' ., \
:J\ 4 mall. the findings of Barbison are good to give your business+; ;??- ",.' \

: I :' Sunday hours: 11:30 m., to 18:301 p. m., fortune. -.!' ',.: :d:" '.
.
s.-;' office Money Is open Orders, except Issued Sundays.at all hours when _Seeking no display, his time and prestige .. ,(.'"..:.-:\.':, .'.."..,. '

t' M .T P tiCHELL: P. Mfr thought :were his own, and all he ..' "J' ,'....:..'.. '.P". ::',;>" ,. .''
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asked or expected was to live. He ..',. ;;.),!:

p'., oar Cluealag LI.&. was free in .spirit, and whatevet the old, reliable, vegetableliver .. ._ .: .,.:i' ,

fU'I.' BA Nan and Seml-weekly Atlanta bonds he was in were caused by powder, to quickly

'i., Journal, per year 91.75. forces greater than himself. He triedto I cleanse. your system, from We ])0 Neat Fr; rating.
., j--5- i BAHHBB: and Thrice s-weelc New York ) these undesirable poisons.
World per year, S1.05. I hide his troubles from everyone I -1 : '
BAMMER and Seml.weekl'l'lme.-l'n' but Sensier towhom he went as Mrs. Riley Laramore, of i '' 3 lAt l-:

K-'./; 1nn and Cltlien, per year, $1.50. to a brother. In his work he trusted Goodwater, Mo', says: ", J Reasonable Prices; ,.:,

; ,.. B.A.lunR! : and Home and Farm, per yearS himself., His subjects were of his suffered for years from dyspep- ,- .'. :.; ''':.' ?:': t'

.> 11.8(1( .. but ,his of: sia and heartburn. Thedford'sBlackDraught '- ,..'r..'::t'f'....,..0-. -.l;"',.oJ('.
1C -' day, manner treating l in small doses, .. .i1, "'.',.., ...
y'1 them was original and included prin- cured my heartburn in a few \ >, r : }; I' ;
days,and now I can eat without -- i' _,
f. ; General .Directory.STATE
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; k1:5 ciples that ,, ,
: are univerCentury. distress." Try it. .;''''''!>:""( /;"-"IJf' !< "
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,(, ,' OFFICIALS.. Giveus ,your ,next orderly" 4,,";: .
r Insist Thedford'sJUDGE ..
Governor-Alber W. Gilchrist.'li SAVED'AOAI N. on :,,-

Secretary of tlt.at.eClay: Crawford, and .we .will give you perVfi: : :.:../1; ,:

'.' General Park Trammell. "I was behind you coming up the
Attorney ;: :
J Com 'Arlculture- E. McLln. street just now," asserted Mrs. J 01-. -- feet satisfaction .. thus .,.' .."..:.. ;,.,.:
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Tre"lurer-Wm V.,Knott. lus, "and you rubbered"at every pret- OF HUMAN NATURE. making. you one of our' :.....:!\;."' ., '"

ii llollo- ty woman you passed. '. ."
'r t; y Supt. Public Instruction- "' ; : -: '1
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: r+*t'' Way: "At every stylish woman," corrected Dogs are unerring Judges of 5 human ." regular "customers. :,? :," :. ':-.f': ::t.i.,. :
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.:; S i ..Comptroller C. Croom. :Mr. ,Jellua. "I was just tating nature.. Instinctively they spot I '.!,.,., .'. ', : :, :",:.::*'?" S4S&" '

Supreme Court-Thos. M. Shackleford: note of the gowns, with a view ttf hypqcrisjv snobbery and fear.. It faa ,. ..- :< -. .. .. ,/:->;,:'iiia*, ,:-l' '

:;,-S' S .r.\ .., Chief Justice; M. B. Mabrv.1'ler.r.. buying 'yoii a handsome one." wise young man who at that criti- ,. .. :: .... "' ''''' .
;.,' :;/S': Railroad Commission-R. Hudson Burr, And >I>-Tellus smil H morn ',- '
unce
j cal period of his life when he is : : : ,,; : ,
.}_ 'Chairman; R.: C. Dunn fclerh. .. ,, '. :: .; : <. ;
During the summer months, mothers -of seeking to double his and .H .
'' expenses .
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;(;;: 'Judge first ludtcial'clrcultJ.'Emmett \.. T. '' : : 1
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,: "" ; cnlldrca should watch for any unnatural ,. .
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young divide .
in .
income
) his matrimony .:' ''''
Wolfe .( : -! ,.
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losses the bowels. {
It'' : given ., .. <
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10.
takes -&
his1 dog with him when he < ,I" ,...,...
'it .. '!'4 !--: ,.., : Staia Solicitor lent judicial clrcul\- 0- prompt attention at this time serious trou- > T,, "

\A '-:,,:&:: ;> ;,.,.;. .' ,:.L. Wilson. ble may be avoided. Chambe.luin's; Colic, goes courting. If he lets the dog

{>'.. """ ,:, : ::.:::.;;" -- Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedy can always ,pick out the girl the"cllancea} are C'tftP'E'y BANNER>;

,:,wJ $$1S.ix:4 ,'...,.>":-;:.:;!: ,i....,'... U. a. LAND OFFICE OFFt tALS. be depended upoa. For sale by All Centers that he will get a paragon of virtue

; t ;'k'.. : ';' ::!' -'II. 8. Chubb, Register;'Gainesville, Fla. with no divorce coupon attached

1, M, .>::;j; :,".:. ';. .'<; i';':' $hlelds Warren, Receiver, Gainesville.l NOT ALL BACTERIA ARE BAD .The girl who knows the 'way to a .
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'! ,. FJ
: I. l,. -l" ''/'.' ": dog's heart has a heart of her own Chipley ?I- (
'. :\\ ::\ / i"- ; J.IIN..':;. '.- '; ;..... Organisms the ii rtt
\ \.. "., r: ..) ;,WASBINGTON COUNTY OFFICERS. Some Are Most Potent that is well worth the winning.
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>" ,t"' l!'" "':>> "' .ij J and Faithful. Allies of the
>!J\ '' ,'. ,,I, '.oft '. :;1\\. 1.:;>r,' ;w.... "I, .Circuit. tlerk-W. C. Lockey, Vernon. Human Race. Trust your dog to pick out the right

'..' '{4V\' -. ".. :: .:;..... .' ./:-', .Irw" 4? ":' ," SherIR-V.O'AllenChlplky.: !! blank with
.. ". charlotterusse
i:!,' "" r, .. -. There are good as well as bad bac a mushy
Treasurer-H. Vernon.
;'','i::'' ," ''r! "" ,., ,- B.TIlier and constitutional
Character
.. teria. While bacteria bear in the
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I ,J.. : t. ,1. Tax AII.18or-.J. Williams Chipley.
(, ( : ,; .''.ms's':'I. :A ..'.. Tat Collector-W.B. Gainer Kcontana.Supt. : popular estimation, an evil reputation -: objections to darning and sewing on High Class Saw Mill Machine ..
:' '1y.I/:' ; / ", ,;:"'I 1 ,," bllcJo.t.rtactlod-n.F., Gainer, I shirt buttons. Grit.
', ; ....; .. ; ,. by reason of the part they playin -Pennsylvania
,f' :; We at warehouse, 408
yqt 'rk,. ,, .' "< Wausau, 'J, carry our new
", I so many fatal diseases, not all the and 410 East Bay St., a large stock.of
'I\ ., \,;:;: ;:.: .. Supervisor: of" RaKlsuatlon J. M. '
,'"' (I'" < '', ? ,. (Simmons, Greenhead. bacteria in the world 'are working Buy I It now. Chllmb rI1lIn'.l'olic,. Cholera Portable and Stationary Engines; Locomotive -
oJ. "
;i' ; 1 aS-: and Diarrhoea la alraust certain lobe and Horizontal Return Flue
Remedy .
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'f\\' (:' ; Count HolIcltorA.. D. Carmichael, against man and his interests. In-
\! tifJ. needed U.to.0 the summer la over. BuyIt Boilers; Saw-Mills Planers, Edgers,
: J'- Cblple.y.Countv. deed, some of them are his potent Saws Beltingand Mill Supplies; also
1"1." HOW and bi prepared for such an emer-
., ,;;. I."" .. .. Surveyor-Thos. C'olllns, Cary- and faithful allies.,. geuov. For sale by All Dealers. S > engine and saw-mill repairs. We also
:fJ !... .1 Vllle! FlXouoty.. handle the celebrated line of HUSTLER -
(' for instance ":
minute
The

organisms
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.I' I' < .. --"'- --- _...... t; TAYLOR VANCE. AMRER-
!,') ', .'. : J-: ,'.; '.i' ; : Commissioners: that manufacture'nitric acid 'JIWh, ICAN and DELOACH Saw Mlllr,

'I I'is5t....: .\.. I -, ;_ '::/Sz' ... .;. .T"T. lllghtower; Cbalf an.. Vernon. food of most beneficent EXPLOS 1 II DYltTT. -o. ERIE, LEFFEL, TAYLOR and
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J plant are a
#, : .r .. "' A, C. Gilbert ChipleytSvL. I as a SOUTHERN and Boilers, PERKINS
'', "' ."'" '.1. J Engines Shingle Mill Machinery; Special :-
e ,:'rat':\ -[ I.., ,' >:"-"''"''''' Oavls,,Waasaa.' kind. One set of \>yteivk-4>wsf "TJierefs in Los Angeles Stave Machinery for Turpentine Plants. .
/ a
man -
,;"f ,t ":t ." J. H* Porter Mlllvllle? I themselvpkin-'converting ammonia young Large stock carried for Immediate Shipment. Get our prices before buying.We .

"+ ",J::.'','!' .. ... .: ;.:i1t.:. .' 1>. F...Gunn, Santa Rosa. found n, the soil into nitrous acid. who says he- keeps young by can save you money.A postal will bring our Traveler. -
fI"\, ::\;.,), eating nitroglycerin' tablets He is Write for literature covering' your special requirements. _
'W' aohool'Boardt J-u' -
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J'fJ so
; ....,." G. ti. Bash CbalrmaaTtffa'nge Hill now seventy-three and declares he iVIoIstoy Machinery Co. I

.. S'; ?r.. ;::"\,t '. Gy'ghsTaBfl ""ndrow.ir. '. as. the plants are concerned, it hasbeen expects to live. to be a hundred years 408 *fc 410 E. tfay St. Jack otlvll1ea PlotIda.DlMtane .
since
N., ..' : :<\!ir.:_'P.'tQ.I; efooD. : ineffective, plants cannot old. Such a diet is all right for a ,Lon" Telephone No. .'74. -

.' ( ''.1'". ..O JI'-I1'!" ,.':t;'il,t t j feed upon nitrous acid. man who does not have to hustle for -

CHIPLEY CITY OFFICIALS.! At.this point,however, another set a living; and has no fear' of automo-
":. Mayor-A. D. Campbell. of .bacteria come forward and from '
bile accidents whose friends do not
f ,
'lIarsbal-.Joho Robert. the nitrous acid produce nitric acid, Here's a Good Slogan fur
Clerk and Tre..urer-W.. W. Cook.. greet him by slapping him on the ,
able
,__, I "q Council-A. D. Carmichael, chairman. from which plants are readily back ,and whose wife does not drag "

t. :s.' C. B.Dunn.J..It.McOeach O. E. Tharp. to derive nourishment.' Still other him into bargain counter, rushes. Of a' Bigger and Better Business.

!!:I/, W. O. Butler, Jr. bacteria, Jiving in the roots of. cer- course a man who feeds himself! on ..

) ""; t; t _- tain plants, enable these plants to nitroglycerin has to live long, for ..........................'

i assimilate nitrogen derived from the if he should die there would be no

The Banner air, and thus instead of exhaustingthe undertaker daring enough to tackle DON'T,. BLOCK THE WAY. "... ',,':,"'
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soil in which they actually ..' <,
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grow
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< the job of preparing him for burial. .: ,,;- .'

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i);: THE DISCOVERY. for football teams. '..pace'of.the. company you are in or make wart fer-tfee. manDon't I
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ChFI! .
t ,; 3. .,.. behind.v"- 'J'- ..; .. .'
.,,' Snobby-Aw, what did find >. "
x w : you IN?lfiOT UtTK COSTS tEG. '. "
F;. '. Stands for the Upbulldlar .f out regarding-sw-my. family > '
". ;<., tree A boolon man lost his leg from the bite of stand-in- the way of new ideas. Don't pause in the

;:,,;'"' ....i. \.,;';" Chipley, 'Genealogist That the crop was. afailure. (nn:alamltiesIromstings Inse.t two yearn before.and bitos TO avert of insects sucb path of better system. Don't settle down on the .ladder of

.'.: ))1.1ji ".'; .-; Lippincott's. use Buofclen'a Arnica tfnlve prompt!-*. to success. Don't he a barnacle on the ship of pregressCbange'means ;. ,
.'f''f.; kill the and prevent Inflamatlon, .
I Jr', ;;:..'I",':,'. .'. ,Washington County.. FOR OBVIOUS REASONS. swelling poison iind pulu. Heals barns bolls,' ulcers : ,, :'-:::::' L :.

":'. I".,!t... . J't:: : ; And ) at 8 K: McCTeuchr's =T .' '>.
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rf .:?'J: J: ;"' S_ Ubs'criP.i9 t $1 I Per Year. girt EXPERIENCE .or. '', ,",':".:' ,.

'J Passenger-Oh-er-aa near the DON'T BLOCK TIlE WAY! .: / ': '
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: muscle don't make JONES ; CA R1 lIIATL;
.. : lees of bone and a wom- I I DCaGNCroPynIGHm, AU.
?; ;. : : ArtisiticCommercial an. Its -good Inundation. Jf ut Into U &C.
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; ; ;" J '. wealth and strengte find she may rule king .I, Anron*Minting nkolrh end"...,rtr>tt"7 Notary Public State at Large. Attorney at Law
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.: t' I crtn our oiilnion fr wbcthcr u>
r 1.L : Printing dom. That's just what Eleotrlo Bitters give Inmltlan. <. prubnblr"ftt9! f"hl. communI.a. All VA.ColIeotlons Specialty.
S tlon..trictiyoonadant..L HAKDBOOK on Patent business
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her; thousands bless them for overcoming free. Ul l for FlaI
I Sent Idu.t..nnr MourlpirMtouU. Chlplny.)
: : :: .. tainting and diy spell and bur dispelling : nxrlalnoUM.Patent taken without tbrnuRb ob.ra..la Mann the* C,,. ._1.* m'y care will have

.. weakness, baoa-aoh: and tired myprompt ,
nervousness
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,r.'{' .,.'. listless! worn out reeling. Klectrlo( flitter Scientific .Jlm rlta..*.. attention. Fees reasonable.
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hit Inn of an"endue loarnal. Terim Can be .
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my making a good & Co.BB' d- orney-At-I.aw,
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I j. ...USEIJ-AS. .' :SMUGGLERS. --HEIGtfT. 'OF SMELTER, STACKS.' ... PREPARED.-_ ?:...!. .. .. ......... '

'oft Torrlors Covered With Skin of a Saving In Ian Smelting ProP.'...'! "This is a roomy backyard' of
Poodle Insldo Which Contra- Ino....... With Altitude ofStaok. You t !
Csrrlod. yours. generallyhavea: garden W. Pence
-ba.n.d'a- here don't you?" : Ire ;. .
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"Yes. '
Someinteresting: information has It is generally supposed that the .

just come to hand regarding the stacks of smelters are built to a "Keep chkkenaP""After .

1 competition at present going on between great height in order to get rid of a fashion. I believe,

smugglers and revenue officials the smoke. That is partially the though, my neighbor on the south D I ; .
in of the land but intends to raise guinea hens this $//1 ,
the use dogs on reason, it is principally because ,
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frontiers of Austria. The smugglers the higher the stack.the greater the year. By the way, come into the '30' "'

I generally choose small, smooth- saving in metals to the smelting house and I'll show you a noiselessgun ', ''.'..
bought' ...:
haired dogs, like fox terriers, aa company. The' action of the blast I've just { ',
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their assitants. They train them furnaces carries fine dust containing ,;J :,
J ONB'OF.
HAD
THEM .. ...
by giving them a whipping on the minute particles of gold or silver '.'>'> '
further side of the frontier and then out with the fumes. This is firs! : '
One day, many years ago, the tele- : ::;,;.
drive them it to the house of in is called ,
I across precipitated what a phone in the office of the chief of police \ I"

an accomplice in an Austrian vil- dust chamber, a'room several hun- 'rang. Chief Speers answered. ....__............. w -_._.__......_ --_.. .. .;'';;)';;..: :
lage where receive a-good meal. dred feet in and times >'i
they length many The call was from a new policemanon 4Iz..k'!: ,!.:...
t\ The dog naturally soon learns to.run wider than the vent from the fur the Union avenue beat. 'V ,.. ,! .

I, as hard as he can. lIe is then covered nace. Much of the dust settles He said : "A man has been robbed Just a word Farmers and Fence Builders: : "

with the skin of a roughhaireddog there. Then the fumes from the down here, and I've got one of ,
Inside whicha molten metal enter the stack. e ',
usually a poodle, By thin I" 'v
made deal for Ten Car Loads'of
quantity of tobacco, saccharin, that time their temperature is greatly "Which one have you?" asked Having a :..;. :.<}' '

lace or other valuable goods on reduced. The higher the stack the chief. .
the Best American Steel Wire Fence we ,
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which there is a high duty is fast- the cooler the dust will become, and The reply came back: "The mon :. ;

ened in such a way that the enlargeddog the wider it is the slower, relatively that was robbed I" \ 0 are in position to make you better prices .", .' '
looks natural as possible. The it will move as it approaches -- -- -- "

revenue officials have found it very the. top. After it cools it loses a .. : than ever before. : -. .:..

difficult to shoot these canine contrabandists measure of its buoyancy and settles Great Mass of Proof. :. .' ...
so they now set dogs to down to the base of the'stack. The : Be sure you see us beorebuying wire: : : :;
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catch dogs. For this purpose they dust is gathered up by mechanical

train larger swift-running animals scrapers in the flue chambers, is Reports of 30,000 cases of Kidney z elsewhere. It means money saved. ,. :;" .

with good noses, whose duty it is to dampened and pressed into little Trouble.-Some. of them

run down the smuggler's dogs, kill : disks like biscuits. When these dry Chipley Cases. "

them and then lead the officials toI I they are thrown back into the blast Each of some 6,000 newspapers., of i !
Hdw. Co.
/ the spot. They are also employed I furnaces again.-Harpers Weekly.SO :. the United States is publishing from Chipley
I week to week, names of people In its
to hunt oa the smugglers themselves .

in their hiding places, in the HE COULDN'T TELL ed particular and recommended neighborhood Doan's,'Who have Kidney us- .................0......
caves of mountains or forests, and to -
Pills for kidney backache, weak kid- -
discover their caches.
neys, bladder troubles I :;;)I
FOUO""JS disorders. The mass of ,:'i\
RARE "FIRST FOUND '
teatlmonlals. 'i '. "
over 30,000 \ .i:
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Chipley is no exception. :
Early Copy of Shakespeare's Play I* I :. -,
of the 1 Ir"
one Chipley cases.Mr
Brought to Manner Light In Curious .. Annie Kent, Chipley :;=:.:' { ;.'.'

"For about three :: \ ,'' \'i',ii'"
years / ;\ )
deal of ... ',. ,..
Another copy of the very :rare : gave me a great I
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back was very lame and *,'if'"' ,'
"first folio" of Shakespeare's plays '
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has been brought to light in a had difficulty with the "
tions. Headaches and :
strange manner. A sixteenyearoldson
bothered me and I felt tired : .'
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of well-known baronet was' : ,
a eg-
all time. A
guld the "
ploring in the library of-the earl of me"to take Doan's Kidney I .: .

Dudley, at Whitley court, recently, procured a box. They ; .. *
when he came across a volume whichhe mediately and in a short '. i"

recognized as an early edition of a complete cure. .:< .

the great dramatist's works. It had L For sale by all dealers. .

\been rebound, and one or two pages cents. Foster-Mllburn Co.
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were missing. At first the boy's discovery New: York, sole agents for !

was not regarded as any- "I gave my seat in'a street car to States.Remember. ,

thing very special, but having seena a woman today." the name-

first folio of Shakespeare in tie "And what did she say?" take no

British museum, the young expert i "I presume'she said 'thank you,' other.WE ,,

insisted on the importance of his but I became unconscious as soon .

find, and eventually the book was as I saw her: lips move." '

sent up to a leading firm of book P : i.
dealers. They at once declared that FORGET TROUBLES. BILL : \ .I
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the volume was a genuine first folio. HEADS R' : '
Learn
to affairs
keep your own : :
Imperfect as the new find is, it is
ENV
locked up in your heart, :but be willing NOTE .: \s
,of considerable value. Only last I ..
to listen to others' '
sorrows. HEADS '
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year a similar copy was sold at auc- : : .
There is in the world in
no
use '
tion for ;1,190. STATEMENTSCIRCULARS N
harping on the crazy tear-making ::

-OTHERS HAVE LEARNED. events of life. : .
Be patient with the faults of MILL T :: \ ".
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makes an ideal carpet beater. But don't talk about the worries and ;'

While stout enough to dislodge the trials of everyday existence. RECEIPTS N ,. .,;

dust, its flexibility prevents the wear There is no sense in that at all. It WEDDING ''I.. "
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and tear given by the ordinary stickor is a tremendous waste of energy. No I INVITATIONS, G ; \,

rattan beater. one*wants to hear about individual ;

That: A few drops of paregoric, troubles. Constant talking about TO .A.'I
placed in a small basin of water will one's troubles is a sure path to : y!

attract and 'destroy all the ants on I chronic fault-finding; bickering and .

the premises. Use a shallow basin ; family rows that cause more misery .I : '

and you will be surprised at the than anything else on earth. And ,t

, number your "ant trap" will catch. what good does the talking do? The

That: Fewer buttons will be lost sympathy you 'gEt! doesn't amount toa I Your ':

or broken, if you unbutton all clothing row of pins.Individuals. : .

before sending it to the laundry. of the right sort resent : I

That: It pays to have the worn being pitied. Don't be a sympathy .

edges of large rugs bound with beggar. .
leather only a rim shows on the Smiles lead you back to youth, The Pan .+::1

right side-and that leather keeps tears drag you quickly to old age..

the rug: flat and outwears any other .*
APPROPRIATE HYMN.
binding. This is going !
That: To properly dust books, you --... .
A certain of American
professor divinitywho or ;
should take them by the half-dozen
was spending the summer in to keep posted. ,
from the shelf, hold them loosely on .
downward the Scottish highlands was invited, town and
a table, their front edges paper
the Yorkshire Post declares to
backs uppermost. Then with a handat so sition:
the infant of the local
baptize son
either side of the little pile ,
strike them smartly together a few minister. .'
When the time for the ,
times. Now lay on end, top edges ceremony Your.local paper: ) \ "'.. r }
arrived the out for :
".and repeat the concus guest gave congregational } + t.
uppermost,
sion. singing a paraphrasemuch Th'Pensacola ) ; :
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favored on such occasions. i
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"Let us," said he, "fling from the Your local paper, ": ):'

I CULTURE., fifth paraphrase, beginning at the Tb. Pensacola J ) ,.",
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verse: sparks TIM Ponaaoolai J
"It seems to me that we are mak- succession rise.'" I ......, but It U rt<.
absolutely no headway in our ef-
ing To his consternation the .to e* rosrooolv
forts to spread culture through this congre- to ".**...u. and ,
gation giggled audibly. Afterward, .......... aoNnmio : :; A. '.i.\
country. the clerk what he had done "? '.
asking
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"Oh, you're mistaken. We have You can get'th ; ,. .1\\ ;
wrong, that functionary replied, f. ) '
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to believe that cultureis : ,1
good reason to paid-in-advance
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"You must know,professor, the min- '
spreading.in 'cartons'We get now a that great used many to ister's name is Sparks and yonder is the money to your ; I
things '
his tenth bairn P : ,'
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ii7 4a Schedule of president by the Democratic National Glorious Fourth. .. '_'.r ..; ,:.

B.C. 43! St. A. Rallfocict.Effectlv Convention Tuesday aftes*' : With this issue The Banner .; ., ":. .:. '. .
ANY '
n March 12, I'I2.Tralo noon, on the forty-sixth ballot at begins Vol. XX. J u
No.1 TraloNo. I the end of one of the most remarkable .: :' :;: ::. ,"
OoIDR Sout.b.St.at.1 1loina North.Lv. deadlocks One of' the liveliest indoor BAN K : ..,...
5:00 AI'. political. in "f. ;:
: 1:83 a a.m..m.. Wuseftu* 4:27 p.m.. ': the history of any political partyin sports is swatting'fiies.<<: Try it. .. .. : ): :;:""" '.:; .
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1J:02 p.m. Ureenbead :()() p.m. r-4,> ;
..' "" UOIS p.m Riverside' 3:54 p.m. "" the United States. Injustice in life grows less frequent : ] .." ..}'. ,/

ems, Ar. 11:48 1:00p.m.pm. luuthport:Vlci.bura: 3:00 3:11 p.m.p.m. Lv.r' The nomination was' made 'at as the brain and heart ex- '.. ...: ... .. '.,*' "'I:: '

the end of the fourth day's balloting pand, :. .Can-handle your .business 'after a fashion: when. :.'; "

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W. C. Alford was a visitor in and then only after Un The county'commissioners and -' c.'
times are "O< d. and .mone easy. When,'times. ":: i '>
derwood had withdrawn and the & ? >. : :
the city Wednesday. school board convened in re2'uul3r t ,. '
Clark and Harmon instructed I >..'
Robert Cook was us fromWashington's ; monthly meeting Monday. are'hard: : : and money tight you feel1 ,the '. ,

mill Sunday. delegates bad been release There being only One Honest ...,', ,,i'\.\ .',"
Governor,Thomas R. Marshall in Macon .need of a business cohnectton with a .<.\ : :"
Man the The
trasacted country .. .
; Attorney D. J. Jones ,
of Indiana nominated for ;
was -
doubts if the Colonelcan .
Telegraph >
h business at Vernon Monday.T. vice-president, as a running mate and Reliable Bank .
find a suitable running: mate '. Big Strong '. ;".' ,
from for Woodrow late Tues- '
B. D. Gainer was up Wilson unless he selects a liar or a thief. '

Southport and spent Monday. day night. Do your banking business and make your credit\ '. r .
i. A crop of Irish potatoes grown ::
Britton of Greensboro, :. a
T. W. : i
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aud harvested in less than seven- -.i
was one of the visitors bete Sat-, MARRIEDr-Mr. Anton Ada- and good with the strongest Bank iq ,
ty-five days yielding
:' Lee Wells spent a day or two mer of Marianna and Miss. Mat- than sixty'barrels to the acre more, isa 'i; '.1: ,,'
tie Allen united in marriageat Washington County. !
first of the week at points on the were record made in Volusia county '
? the' home of the bride's mother '
Bay. this year. .
one mile south ot Chipley, on : ,
County Solicity A. D. Carmi- Wednesday afternoon of last We understand that the State Th First National Bank J.

chael spent Monday at the county week, Rev. F. C. Hawk officiat- Supreme Court bas rendered a ;

site. ing. The witnessed decision granting a new trial to .
ceremony was Of "
Byron Harris of Springfield, only by relatives and a few of I.'L. Whiddon, who was convicted Chipley. ,I "..,. .:'

Ga., was a business visitor here the closest friends of the couple. of the murder ot Sid Barfield, U' -

They left the evening train three vears ago. .
Saturday.A. for their home on at Marianna. The II. M..Felix finished a sign on ......................................................................... ... ..',. ..
E F. Rooks returned Saturday
Banner extends congratulationsand the window of the First National -- .
his at
from a visit with daughter '
Freeport.G. best wishes. bank Saturday morning that is Rub-My-Tism will cure you. I I I Rub-My-Tism will cure you. -

his the classiest piece of work ever A few special baagains at the I,I Try our Pure Coffee; it .
from
M. Myers was up
We are told that some partiesare seen in this section. Felix iscertainly Misses Richardson's this week. better. At Schell's. '\. ,
still the
near Wausau and spent ''on his job." I. v',,.,*< y
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in Holmes
dynamite
day here Friday. using: HATS, HATS at your own Phone Williams & Helton' for .* [,;,.- *
creek to kill fish. This is a violation It to be honest. You .
Dekle Co's.Call '
pays may price at Campbell & feed'stl1ff
W. E. Brent,,was out from Pen- any kind of you may ;i .
ot the state law. The game 'make '
be dishonest and "m ;
;f sacola and spent the day here on fish neY in at the Misses Richard' need for >our cows, horses etc. j '
and warden of the
county but the fact that you get your ,*''ti!-. v
business Friday. should get busy, find out who the money at the expense of honor, son's and see, the pretty newt Dishes and Glassware .:I, ;",:;:
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II Miss Zoe Baker of Headland guilty parties are and prosecutethem. ought to convince even a thief goods received this week. I at Schell's. /1:' ..

Ala.,.... (is the guest. of Mrs., A. M. And i if the game warden that honesty is worth more than .STAR *S* STAR SHOES 'u '..,.1-' 8' ,
'rnarp this week. can't catch up with the guiltyones money the best.made, sold in Chipley by Automobile and Bicycle Owners-See '.y Az :.'
it is the duty of individuals WH/TIAMS & HELTON. Chipley Specialty Co. for material to t :f-::"
J. B. Glen
is spending some The Gadsden County Times repair punctured tires in one' minute : k' ,._
''' this week in Atlanta and to endeavor.to'find out who they SAWN TIMBER-For the best '
days without, cost.-F. F. PELT.Arbitrator :
that from all ,
+ reports
''t are and report to the County So- says sect .
,
; other Georgia' points. results ship timber to MUR 'l'r
? : your
licitor. He will do the rest. tions'of that county js to the effect Co. 326 Brent : Flour, 80cAt 'j &',.;;.
J iy Dr. J. Ambus Wells was up that the tobacco crop both PHY-MORRISON ',, h ,
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Schell's. : j :
: from Southport and spent Saturday According to the sun and shade give promise of Bide, Pensacola Fla. '

night and Sunday.. Panama City yield and quality surpassing' all If you are'in a hurry"'and wait- SAWN TIMBER--For the best .}

-'. T. D. Sales of Atlanta Ga., Pilot, the Bay countvy is experiencing former crops.. 'lug for, your groceries ,you can results ship vour timber to MUR- ;. H\;;

considerable trouble with get them quickly by phoning to PHY-MORRISON Co., 326 Brent ifr. .,
shaking' hands with friends "j :
M ; was T. J. Watts of the Chipley Tel-
here Saturday '. that animal known as ,the blind Williams & Helton. Bldg., Pensacola,..F.la. 'l' \. r>, ,
morning.
k j tiger. Wade into them Bro. West ephone Exchange! spent a portionof /' :'

i 'ti Dr.. TV G. Yates of Pensacola, and get what information you last week at Greenhead where LACE COLLARS-the" espe :Mason Fruit Jars; pints ; :. .: .
cial attention of the ladies.is call
;.1'8. nt Tuesday here looking'after can; County Solicitor A. D. Car- he put in a relay switchboard' to ed,to the dainty line of,Lace Col- and quarts: ; 50c dozen at : : l'I

''h1',/ the welfare of his paitients. michael will be pleased to render facilitate the handling' of messa- lars at Campbell & Dekle Co's. Schell's. J'.. I
l' ;., 1m9 i iI on the long distance lines to ,' I
m9-:-, I Postmaster Louis Wiselogel' you all the assistance possible.He ges I
I ,," done : the Bay country. ,
has already good ;
some
.1. Marianna, mingled with friends I handling Ice in Chipley again this season .
':I,.. ''"t\;':. here a few hours Wednesday work along that line in your sec- One of the best laws the Florida ; appreciate your patronage and promise II
: tion. the same courteous treatment and prompt '
'iH .morning.' : legislature ever passed went ti I
j. I C E.I..am I have always given you heretafore. '' I
':;"" W. H. Faulk was over from into effect June 1. It. relates to ..r 1 .::

'j-- '!1"'__ Clarksville ynd spent: day or Sheriff Allen, associated with the screening of boarding houses A. H.. INowlitt.'Open '.".'.' :,1.j. .. "
Mr. Rogers has pnrchased the meat markets and fruit stands .', ;
} two here among-his-friends. first from & to 10 o'clock. t* riUe ye
":.f yacht-launch "Pauline," which)s and the State authorities backedby '
of the week. '
., All orders to be delivered must be received ': ::
.'-, .::;.... one among the most elegantly local officers should see that I
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\ --..Sheriff Allen and daughter, finished and safest launches on the law is enforced. not later than 4 o'clock' p. m. "I ": '(: I
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Miss Maggie, left Sunday for a the Bay. It has a large cabin,
) few days sojourn at their Panama with stateroom and toilet and is .

L City home., altogether a most comfortableboat. ,
'
5:' Joe Smith of St. Joe, was one of It is an ideal craft for

the visitors in the city Monday sportsmen and excursion. par-

moroing, and a pleasant caller at ties.

the Banner sanctum. .. we want to show you -

Rev. W. D. Owens was up from The people of the Bradford

tt his farm at Sodam and the section are having a big picnic vs '
spent mo--------vv- .r rsvAev ------ ---
day with bis dunghters, and oth- and fishy fry today. The editor' ",

{ ,.. er friends. Wednesday. had special invitation to be The Greatest Line of Screen Doors and Windows '
present, but on account of the
: Mrs. Grace aud Mrs. Smith-
I illness of our little daughter, who Ever Rhown Here. Fine Front Doors Sash arid
.
gall' ot Aycock, were in the city has had continued fever for seven Ii '

guest Saturday of Mrs.and. spent A. I. Willer.the day the be weeks there., it is impossible us. to Sash Weights. .'Kitchen. .Sinks Galvanize Pipe ana ",

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W. D. Peters spent three or .. .... .01'..
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Pipe Fitting. :-: ::: :-: :-: : :-: ,- .r .'
four days this .week with his wife The sign painted by H. M. Fe : .

and children who are sojourning' lix of Panama City, for the town .
... TACKLE THATS FIT FOR FISHING S ;"
at St. Andrew for the summer. of Chipley and the B. C. & St. A. FISHING

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Mrs. W. M. Hardwick, NEB railroad is certainly a "peach." ". .

Mayme Tharp, of Headland,Ala. We do not know what the sign The Best. Line* of Fishing Tackle Shown inChipley .

spent Monday .night and Tues- cost but'it. is worth ,the price. I ':

morning here with her mother The location of the sign is just in Many Years. /'." ... '

Mrs. A. ;M. Tharp.C. east of the L. & N..depot. ._

..
A. Finly aud family of Brazil '

South America, arrived in the As Chipley has nothing doing We-Are F'orY01-1. 4 .

city last week, and are now lo- today in the way of a celebrationof LOOkitlg "" ,, :

cated at the Myers residence on the Nation's Birthday, all "

"'south Third '-tree!. those.wlx-> could get away are 'rl"
Chipley;
i spending Feurth elaewhere
DunnolernanCOmp811Y
E. Meade Wilson, a popular insurance FlA.

man of Jacksonville, ac- ..
A beauty doctor says one can-
companied ,by' his son, Frank
.spent Friday morning' in the city not eat'biscuit and be beautiful. A. G. McQUAGGE,. General Manager.

visiting, 'Mr. Wilson's. father, Dr- It's a stiff price to pay,' but we --

F tJ: ;)., WUaon. must have our biscuit. c;,'"
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