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: November 14, 1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Chipley
Coordinates: 30.779167 x -85.539167 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024681
oclc - 33427638
notis - AFA6585
lccn - sn 95047263
System ID: UF00075891:00329
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Succeeded by: Washington County news (Chipley, Fla.)

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ol. XX Chipley, Waekfalngton County, Florida, November 14th 1912. No. 2ORed ..' ,

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Boat Schedule at Southport. again The democratic into her party own after has Business Opportunity. : court of Mississippi that FIRE!' 1 S

The B. C. & St. A. Railroad come "no judgment shall be reversedon ,
with sixteen years of waiting and 1 want a reliable man to : misdirection to : -
arrangements of
have made the ground What alarming than the
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Not only have we suc- Mut- | '
their praying.& represent the admission
Tiller & Blackwell to run the jury or the improper '.:
boat in connection with the B. C. ceeded in electing a president for ual Life Insurance Co., at ', or exclusion of evidence, or fire alarm, or more 'distressing, '\'.. ;'
make the first time since 1892, but will Chipley and vicinity. Have ; of procedure than the,scenes which frequently ;'.
train, and you can prompt for error as to matter 1
connection for any point on the have a large majority in the ajoed contract to offer the 1 or pleadings unless it shall follow. Then what is '..';
and will likewise controlthe .., }.. .
house right man. chance to es- affirmatively appear; from the More Comfortingthan .

bay.Going north this boat will observe senate by a small majority.We tablish an agency of great whole record that such judgmenthas to know that the home i is ;''.'

the following 8cbed u1e. have everything we could value and an income for life. resulted in a miscarriage ,of finanClal': t
Loavo MIllvlllo 0:30 a.m. wish for and it now remains for I If you are interested, write ," has been widely com- fully protected against ,\, | .
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the men honored by the American me for full particulars. loss by a
Leave St. Andrew 11:00 a.m. mented upon; and nearly every "
Leave J.vnl1l1aven 12:10 p.m. people to carry out the pledges E. Meade Wilson, Manager. comment has been of a congratulatory Fire Insurance Policy. 0. k J
Southport 13:30 p.m.Going' of the platform conscientious;; Fla.
Arrive P. O.'Box 861.Jacksonville. nature, the concensus of REMEMBER
South, the boat will be and honestly with justice to all g
and ly C OOOOOOO'aooo': OOOO opinion being that the new rule .
in waiting will be on no arrival delay.R. of. and special privilege to' none. If will tend to simplify court procedure F. B. Callaway p .. ... .

there 1<'. SCARLKTT, this is done there is every reasonto See :SCHELL:: for Feed. which has been overloaded Represents Only.. I-

General Manager, will believe remain the in democratic power for party many Magazines at SCHELL'S. with technicalities.Boost Time Tried and Fire Tested'. > '"..,._" ,. .

Dr. T. 6. YatesEye years. If the pledges to the people Get one of those new 'hats at common l community in- Insurace Companies. J";<,;;."X' < '.

are broken the party. will & Helton. JEirLet Me Insure Your Property-au .
Specialist Williams terests. The greatest ot these .4w. '
be cast out. Our fate is in -- ;
Wilson'soffice again
Will be in Chipley at Dr. New lot of Tobacco-Brown's the school. Honor the teacher Get. your fresh meats from 1yr I
in Jan. the hands ot the men chosen to > ;:d lt, '
Tuesday I better We sell it for
the First and serve us, and we believe they will Mule. Apple Sun Cured, Prince. and help him improve and do Wells & Sharron. ;'
1913. Consultation SCHELL'S. all the time. cash. 1
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BANNER DeFnniak Springs Entertains .
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At Cfalpley Fl*.' The West Florida Press Association ;: d .,

held its second meeting at '. : : ,"':(i!:'. '. '

WALTER W. JON ., Editor. DeFuniak Springs, Friday and "- on't' .wait.' :' .

Katarad: at the poatoffic at ChMer Fla., as Saturday of last week. : ..: ,::- i4'o'J' :,\.""'''''
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oIn'tsAh.ft........ .,...,.........11.00.ti more than welcome, and edito'fSCleveland :'
MONTHS,..'... .. ... .. .. ...... .50 ,,0' \for something;::: .:' i.;:' ., ..
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dra klitni t. .l rates runiahed on appl cation.tomm people of DeFumakj left no stone ?_. .. -.. to 'turn up ,'. ,, 4/, t; ':."1', .

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cal f interest live topics especially ,."'" "'" : ..,''"
of are sollcl ted. It the visiting.members the :r.ft; '" :
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of THB"BAirirKB will not be responsiblefor Association.We .. .... ..
opinions expressed by correspondents. .. of. ."fJ"" I, '. '
feel the need of a second 'i.
TTII B.A.5nha 1 is a live representative .
Webster to a dictionaryof t"
and correspondent at every poatofflce tfp>yourself
In the county, and will make liberal ar adjectives alone, before we attempt ...
the rlurt parties. .
rsngemenUjwlth: describe the different ..- .
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THOt fdAY;Nov: I", 1013. functions the two days.- : :;
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D&otr acy -came' back goodFoui"yeara : "

and 9Ztion Friday from twelve to two, was .. '. A : bv. erettine.va. new siiit,:.,1: '}r I
perfect In every detail from startto .. *- ".. / "'. .3,,.$;$], ." .-
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bfl'prosperity and .' : anew or new ,. : ;\ : ;' .

Demofefafey,'arrd: hen some. her delightfully genial] way trade ;- -''*':'' ,%1,,:,.":"'"e-" "

". 4";'" each one feel so at home, was aa- From- /1! &.> <. <.. .. ,

As a'tunned' '-Wbodrow Wilson sisted-in receiving by' her sister, ..:,t' L''t'" '. ,.
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called for 2:30 o'clock Fri :: <
cai"Ddw"njoy Thanks- <
Ititin Binne'ir'wlth added our zest.Itisndtv'i day afternoon at the Armory, but Campbell' &', Dbkle.;'Company:.

I a ,. owing to the absence.pf several

who were to have taken part in
democratic North,
the the meeting was
East, W s't'a: weU as a demo- program,
postponed until later.
cratic Smith'/

.. .. a The reception Palmer College this at DeFuniak are milestones, I, Well Deserved Drink Habit Cured
'from five to seven.added another
The sameresult) happened at yes, monuments. tb'e'Jife of the
impressive\ touch of The Praise That' Comes From
*'it\b\ very By' the HEAD TREATMENTin
Almae-e as1 was pictured in press of West Florida and we
color to.the perfect Here Thankful People. '
'day. Chipley
better attendanceand
the holy ..writ.FouFye'a'rVof. strongly urge
youth and beauty combined with One' Kidney remedy has known hundreds of dollars
.. more, hearty cooperation for Why spepd and "-
I genial. charming personalities, merit. lose weeks, with other treatment,
the lone pull and the strong pull
honest' govern-' made the reception one. long 'to Chipley people rely upon it. when you can be cured by the NEAL '
menVeq ual"righls to all and be remembered. and the'pun along together. That remedy is Doan'a Kidney Pills TREATMENT THREE DAYS"I

special'privilege1 none. Here's \6 DeFuniak Springsmay Chipley testimony proves it reliable. with better results.- t

.- .. Mrs. Walker. assisted! by a its good people and institutions Mrs. M A Davis, Jackson St., Chip- No hypodermics, private physicians, 4!

bevy. of'the college girls, made ever prosper and the city ley, Fla., says "I consider it pleasure nursesrooms.. Full information from ,

Teddy wired congratulationsto each guest 1 feel that life was really itself'continue in the front ranksof to'again recommend' Doan': Kidney : Need lti tltastta. ;
Wilson. It is the country 'Pills In'a public '''way. I 'think : -
] worth while, even for a news 226 First St., Jacksonville Fla. ,1
which. is"to .be congratulated over progressiveness. just as highly of this remedy'now as I Only Neal Institute in State. Phone. .I
paper man. .
the Iesul4.: a did three years ago after it cured me 1687. Equally good results with Drug-

.. .. .. .. a.- The play, Miss Ferless & Co., Hurt of Unkind Words. and I have hae little or no kidney trou- Habit.

a tbree- ct comedy given by local ble since. I was in poor health quitea ,
We jail the'man who steals dollars i
Unkind words are sbafpe'r than while and 'seemed to be 'growing

butf we'point to the financial talent, at the Tabernacle Friday swords. If you cut your! fingerit worse. My nerved were all 'unstrung There are some tremendous
evening, at which the, editors bargaiirs-ao-that 'lOc counter at
access-of. the'man who robsyouth is but temporary pain. If your and I rested so poorly that.when I got 1
'of" its playtime.' were present as honored guests, heart is hurt with sarcasm or up in the morntnjr, I was all tired out. Campbell & Dekle Co's.When f

.... was superlatively fine Training brutal the suffering My appetite was your and I alwaysfelt you wear shoes that Williams I
and talent in no small degreewas languid. My daughter finally procured &Helton sell you are guar-
Looks like the republican party shown, throughout the play.. as long as your memory is a box oi Doan's Kidney Pills anteed satisfaction,
barn t convened! to the j junk working.. Since we all knaw the and I'began using this remedy. The

heap. TBe'democrats' never.got Immediately atter the play the agony of injured feelings it certainly content: of the first 1)01 did me so much It you want to see a wonder
editors were tendered a banquetat that I continued in and that 5c goods
good to use it and bo- atop see dry
such a drubbing as that ] behooves all of us to be
.- ... .... Hotel Chautauqua; here; as in fore long I was in better health than I counter at Campbell& Dekle Co.
sparing with stinging conversa had enjoyed for I feel that I
the description of the other functions years.
With a democratic president tion. As one grows wiser: and owe'much Doan's'Kidney' Pills.-

: and'both houriek# of congress democratic of the day, words entirelyfail. older one pays less'heed to what For sale.by: ..all 'dealers; Price SO DR; R: E: TILLER. '..

.- :It i js,up to the party to At the close of the banquet the others say. Unkind things then cents. Foater-Milburn Co., Buffalo, DENTAL:' SURGEON,
New York sole
agents for the -United
:.' ......... make. good. and no. energy shouldbe program intended for the after.. apparently don't'have the powerto State. Chipley '- Florida.
left unspent in the effort to carried out. hurt. The older, wiser ones Remember the nameDoan'andtake
noon was
better conditions. just twirl their thumbs and smileIt no other. (Adv) Office over First Nat'l Bank.r .
As no meeting was scheduled .. .... __ _
aIi must be a great relief when .i
for Saturday morning, a general
i." The election last week demon- one gets to the point of perfect
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f\. "beyond per venture the j joyed. .' tranquility. :
.. r ,Chat With Our Agents.
;:. pedpleof: ther"UhiteNd;, States are The regular meeting as the-Association -

';.. tied of boss rule arm the domination was held Saturday afternoon HER REASON. I wlnh to pnbllclr conrratulat oar Oakhurst Park agents on their splendid au_.
y ." Of course ladle* and _Ue_ you have everything your favors the best suburbanproperty
; of the moneyr in the at'2 o'clock and the on the market the hla-beat. the driest. the beat located thttlargest lota the
program Mistress-Well, I'm cheapest and Bneat Inreatment. A vain the .traCb..ou are offering purchasers are eo
:.: administration of governmental for the day carried out. sorryyou I .much fairer and me liberal than the ordinary agreement and Ton can offer 4 per cent latereat -
want to leave me,jMiryr Biff what' just like the Bavmt Bank., whlcn no other ageat can do. The insurance clauae
t, .a 'airs., From five to six o'clock the ladies ': aralnst sickness, accident permanent dlnabUltr and death and the fact tbat purchasers
.. your reason ,_are not burdened with Internet and taxes,certainly appeal to entry reasonable investor
;", "!' of the Library Associationgave (j4'.cYy' silent) I I am roinr'to nakelTou aDd all aventa appointed b..na no to and Including- November
keeps, 10th. show 1 shall
n surprisingoffer on*that asy,appreciation better than words. fire
f' Woodrow Wilson asked for a the editors"a re gFtfoa whltu : 'Mi8 r Something private' to the rent making the beat record of ,-,-not the creates number of sales from the
date of hU appointneat to MOT.30th.: and the beat record of sales from MOT.30th to January I
ocratic house and. senate to was mucj rft Jtr Mary-(suddenly) No,. m\UDJ j J subdivision;)OtII. the in date Greater chains-Jacksonville.competition,slot S3Xxl%Tours In Oakhurst very truly.Park_, the beat selling

]le.him to carryout the'pro: fee] that such meeting as please, mum, he's a lance corporal.- I 25 Ocean St.Jackaonrllle., Fla. H. H. IIMrVlONS Pt-ealdent.

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i' ; people were
good and gave him all he asked PRESCRIPTION

for, and then some.. SKSKfeiyaKKK

.. For a Long Life. I

': Those democrats who refusedto This In the prescription for a Ions
life given by an old genUem .ln Connecticut
contribute even a dollar to; the who la ninetynine'years old L1VINtF. -II :

democratic campaign fund ought and still well" and cheerful, "Live
temperately: be alow to-anger, don't
.tol feel like small butdoubtless
potatoes, worry, take plenty of exercise In the I

many.of them .had the fresh" air, and, above' all, keep cheer :, Should be the" most comfortably furnished* in the.MB]! 1

t nerve to spend many dollars j jubilating ,ful.Should the system get run' down- ?':t k bouse.. For it is there'where, most. of the time. ] G '

;: over the result.VicePresidedt digestive organs weak-the blood thin ,
is If ideas in comfort
pent. you .want ; come aeej I
... .. and sluggish take "Vlnol, 'which Is a
0'" delicious combination of the'medIclnebodybuilding our restful couches, easy arm' chairs,' rockers! t
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: ...,..,...', Marshall says there are three livers,, with .the uselesa grease eliminated i etc. Handy bookcases too in which every book] t .
classes of men in this country: and tonic' iron added. We re- "
gard Vlnol as one of the. greatest is within easy reach. ., '. -. .i I
First, the, man who obeys the law body-builders and strength-creators In '
.. because he fears it; second, the thr. world for aged people. ,,. A room furnished. with such':; ,, furniture tie] \ 1

.1,. Mrs. Mary Ivey of Columbus, Ga.. .' i j
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;. man who obeys the law .because nays: "If people only knew the good z .indeed a cosy spot.Ghipl&y .

:- ;: respects it; and third, the best Vlnol does old people,* you -would be I o I
who unable to supply the-'demand; It In I
Y:. of alii] the man obeys the law
the finest tonlQ and etrength-creator '
M' of these but Furniture CompanyTHE i
for neither reasons, I ever used. .

because his heart and mind are We wish every feeble old person +

,right. This man does not need' In this vicinity would try Railroad Street Chipley. Fla.
Vinci on our agreement to return their'money '
to consult a.lawyear about what If it fate to give satisfaction.

:lit3'gan i or cannot' do.. s..I E.: McGeachy Dr rrUt,>Chlpley. flaw, ....

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: Carcass of Dead Beast L.ft';kpo.*d London, for Instance, C.m.r.WalWO"e"8hdeen m 13p'
rber Caused Sllflht Outbreak T<
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Paris :Medical publishes some has it ever struck'you""whyt.. stout

.. observations which throw ansJmpoT: postman Id such a rarity f The question'
.j' tant light on the oases of plague vhloh Is worth attention.A' .

NO*v Waiting-> *fVBarbers,, occurred,in,Ruatla some time AXO. As postman who In a busy London :-
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residential district walks from fourteen 1
3 3 treed|in 'the ..ouar
I.. .' Caspian Sea, 'a, alight outbreak: tof In the morning: with malls-weighing ..1/ '

t, plague. Three women were attacked, something ,like eighty pobnds. As I : .S' .
I f''{ Everything) Up-to-Now. and he waa able to establish","after his letters and packages are ,distributed ....

inquiry,. that they had all three'" been ,,the weight of his bag, of course, -' .
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::<' Haircutting,. .... ... 25c. & Irow..tet.-1Io tbat'the average weight :9: : nevr' style in ; <
camel which had died from "tun-
.; ; !Shampoo:: .. .. ,,o ,;;.!,;:25c. ,, some he carries during his trip Is forty "
I o' known douse.: Later, In April 1911 pounds. .A pint of water weighs a e our Diamond ,Special Grade : .
.f; Massage't.'t. plague appeared in a little plao* :In pound. 10-q.uart pall weighs .about "$3.00A'harfdsoirtic '
n the finishing
that will
"" give ; .
Ahe'dlstriet of Kamysch-Samara.. 81:1: twenty pounds, and the average .

1 ;.1)'> We Slicil Your; Patronage. ., persons were attacked with ''ptogue, weight the postman carries Is equal touch ,to any costume .. .
andi atlhad'eaten: of camel had
that '
<' a 'to'-two of these. If you want to know I4ef -"

Very Respectfully died. why postmen are thin, try'a 15-mile This is only one of our new patterns. :... ,.:.'
>f'W'. D. Peters"Propr.I ..Atithotiettd of September ,the ; walk with a 10-ouart() ,pall of water'In .

I .. same!year another camel in the district I each :.band.The u ':A k 'your dealer! to show you his styles. of'.. ;" *' .
I 4Uect. "and then an autopsy watt driver of a brewery wagon, on He should have .
:' ;HUGH FARIIIOR made. There were no clear'ifldlca-; the ''ether hand. Is usually fat. The I : Bfarid. Shoes '

: $ Ions of any injuries to account ''for reason-Is that :he sits on 'the seat of ahem n all grades at all prices ,, for men

,. 4., DENTIST. death but in the viscera tbe-'doctor his dray most of the day, and ,often '
f' .r.
r found a bacillus identical' with that of consumes large 'quantities of liquid. p las -well'as for v/omcn and children. :

l ',.'(Crown and Bridge I Work,a Specialty. )"er ln'., the cultures of which-repro Policemen, too often grow, fat J' : 'fR
.. "* duce*!, plague Unf animals which were 'Itnndl.ac about on their beats. :
"' ALL WOHK- dtfARANTKED.;< < through j' {, / 1.-1t4.YOVOBRANLfl/. ,\ I
Inoculated. Toward the,.end *0f the ......Answers London. "
';. .taflice over Chlpley State Bank. same month other,human beings-were )(!j 1t? y..sJ-EMAK l/1'4i.!
: -' : I
attaeked, ;and the outbreak coincided
? The New York Wortf with the 'death"of a camel.,, and 1 tests Have., Ever Some .Occupation."But ,t "lYE .YAKE'AfO 1.? rxz SI/OES: TtH.N'T'''ANY
women-be'they'of what earth' ,' with the blood produced atypical t o.,r"L.( I IC./ '. ., .. J.o.YL..
Tbrlce-a-week Eedilion.TheThrlcoa plague bacillus. Dr. Klodnitclhy has ly rank1 they may however gifted with'h1tellect "

: no doubt that the cases of plague In ," 1I'J---- .
awful .beauty-have always ..some ''little -
l week World hopes to bo the human beings owed their erigtnto

'::0t lu 11008 a better paper: than It has over eating thee. flesh of plagu.-rtrtcken r gap,'handiwork of-every ,acant'moment.-Haw.ready to nil .the tiny' 'FAR' DU'I=MACHINERY, CO.
'. camels, and"he suggest that the camels "
: been before and it has arraiiRefvineuts >
r "
thorne,, in "The Marble 'Faun. .3. E.O Slr-eet
accord I DIE I y. Its news service cov in question had been eating, her'bage ; y ,

ers the entire globe, and It reports' every. which had become infected 'by' JAc7ic5oNvII L P. LORIDA. ., "..-.

.Ihlng fully, promptly and accurately I It camels suffering from the disease. Tbe boy's appetite is often the source -of Largest stock of..MacJuneryin

"is the only paper not a dally; which Is asgood amazement. I Ifjou; would havo such sii r

i .: : as a dally and which will keep you i ; .- Unprofitable Pets. appetl-take Chamberlain's\ Tablets.. Tboy Florida for ''saw:!< ,mill 'and

<.U as completely Informed of 'What lit1 hap: It is said that a hundred thousand, not only-create health/' appetite biitatrehff/ e planing mills.EARQUHAR. ',.". *
I Tpenlnx tiiruuxhout the world. 'canaries are ikept In Paris apartments, then the.I..mabb and enable it to do It..
)\ The Tbrlce-a week' World Is fair In Its and that It' costs $2,000 a day to sup, work-naturally.. For sale by :All Doalera. 'MACJIKliRyhas

II '. political reports. You can get the truth ply them with chickweed alone. They, ,Adv. been built for'.47t'can3;
i3 ..from Its columns, whether yon are a Republican also lettuce
consume large quantities more built today ,than any oth
and that Is what
.:. or Democrat seeds.
and other
+ I hemp
'8mlth on'Musle. esLet tell you '
",.; 'y. want. 8ytfney us t hys'
'" A "peol>>I..1 l feature of the Thrlce-a-weck There Is- a .tory,'which we have not Send l for' catalog afld.'pVice.

.-,World bag always been Its. serial ct.loD -.f{ Daily Glimpse of Manhattan. baen'able.verity, ,'of'Sydney :Smith's ,. __ __ -, '
, .'\3tputllshc8 novels bv the beat authors: In Numerous elderly prosperous-look1! levee: -Mayfag'ihat'he'fieveP had-seen'"amorerdegrading'epectaole'than -

' ij>the world; novel wbtcn In book form sell (lug business men were distinguished that of W. H. Mir.TdN, M. L.IDEKLE, F. IT. : r."'
' I:,rlor $1.50: aplnro. and Its high standard 'In (In. the wriggling throng that filled tb. ;jWiieojUe-flddHngra-wayabout the chllren t. !Vlce-President Cl1l1h 11'1'.
't this respepK,will ba matntalnod Inthefuti :Door: most yoftthettlm*. and at day ->* >WMsr el." As''!agalnbt thill'\lUIIUb.ta I .'

',. ure as In the past. ..' .." break tbe 'negro musicians were still '. 'stftnitated-anecdote'lt'ls only right to First /
, '- The Thrice-a-wcek World' regular playing.-New York: Sun. > quotfethe-taylrigrrsctirded In Ills "Life" National Eanico.MARIWNA
I. I '
(Volume 1, page't9)"if'I"were'to be-
';subscription price Is only tl.rt per year '
'. >g1n. nte''a.' < "indthls pay for 156 papers. We offer FLA. t..
r 'this unequalled newspgperand'EhaIlun1. : ; f Tuore.p rn1uld$ l be nu better medlolttn than Wme ''&'o-tousle. "All tnuslcal people I I

er together for one""'year for $l.05. .MTh4' JU m Mrialn'i Cough Remedy. My eklM a seem'tu'be'happy; It'is"the' most en- 'Capital $50,000.00 .
dren all sick with whooping eougb/ .greeting' pursuit 'almost 'the .j
--regular subscription! prlclt of the two .pnpsrsisOtn. were only 'in-
, One or them wa in bed bad a high -fever tioeent and unpunished passion1.'This Solicits Accounts of Banks, Corporations' Firms ana Indhlduals.'/ *..

j "....;J..I.-- '"--.L.: ..: 'tf\AVIUHIOII'lClutJll! up lihxMt.: Our ,dooWgavc : .' '. :to offer
Cbaml rltttn'i 'Vougb 'lleniMly atlon Is "
thtm perhaps'too sweeping When the beat banking facilities of bank
you ally In Weal l F orida. We .alao. have 3
and:tbo'flrnrtlcse eamllbewan'X!! : tbree booties '('one thlnks-bf the'l nellnes8'of BeetDo- fully-equipped Savings/ DeparlmcntMn which we pay i', teresfbn .slta..' Accounts -
cured lbem,,.ay. Mrs.,It A l>onali!.ort Ten,the early''and tragic ends of'Mo- l>y,"iiiflll. Ji a ml loci as c.iiUly a/4 by personal interview. -
of i.e xlnKt< )n'll.ls.; for salebyAlt, Dealer*. usartand Schubert' of Schumann'and.Hugo Semi us your business. .-.., 1'
W'wrirelso.urwoaadeausl Ittltf aetbr..p- '
I pi,ii>( for 1N'lenti It may bo Forelgnonry.. \dv. i WoU.--London Spectator. 1t+. M. GOLSON:: Cat lir"r.
| W.oupU7 obtola V.A and ..
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: ---- --- ---
Interest .
Of to Parents. '
, 1 f4ARKS OT -etnrn,ENTIRE -.-.gl..Ct.arJqJAw.yl iMta. 'A beauty expert slapping tbe' "
tu.luruoy'4 ea.. .Bund model", Hkctrhor | The .wild boars'.and foxes of Santa says WANT! '
I ithoinnd we minJ an IMMEDIATE .' face 4s good for the complexion. ;
Island; CaL. -*r. 'bfctag 'ezterml- 'YO'I U
I FREE report oo- paten{ ..aty. Wa Klv Household economy dictates a radical J QL
tile I boil legal servile and advice, sad our nattid "Tapldly and In: novel manner. '
of ipanklntr'rlrl
( change In the method Better
otuu-ge arc moderate. Try lu.SWIFT The American* gU4s': ..dolttrtheWork.. a
: babies so that they may grow up c
& CO. The eagles that'have"their habitat!
with no need -of the costly (ministrations -
I Patent Lawyersf the' rocky eminence of the island .of the beauty doctor. 'Louisville That question will be'asked you almost dally by business men 'seoJtirvgf! .yot! t

Opp. U.S.Patent OfficeWashington: DC.; grow to immense size,, the smallest Courier Journal"it services if qualify-take the Draughon Training-anil show pitt3kltfni40.77-,",, .
mature bttd mea.urlnsabout tour feet More BACKERS Indorse DUAUGIION'i' Collesrcrt than f Jntlorro! nil otls.1.1. .
ness colleges, COMBINED. Colleges in 18 States. International cchutnlill: ,'.,
---- -- from. tip to ,tip and the largest being
BAnklnir: Trptwrltlnr. Ppnnmniililp. KnirtlHli. Rpnlllnir. Arltlinictlr! I>t'rr' IVrN'iiir, ...,.u'...... I
We promptly obuvlu lt i. M:and Foralgnmodel.oitfatn seven feet or more in sweep with i Io a pleasure to tell you thai Cbnm- Law-EBab: anslllarj: lircnchen." Good POSH 1ON3OUAKANTtKl:: >ttiider rnn">nablccot'titiu/s.'' ,
wings extended. They i carry ttilr- berlaln'a Cough Remedy Is the beat cotigli 'Bkkeeplaaf. ''Bookkeepers all over Home Study. T"oesar/da't4 At'lrr ,:7t "

m .ty. or forty pounds dead weight for medicine 1 used writes Mr. !Hough theJJnlted States say that'Drla.ughon'srrs., bookkeepers, mId sk>i0r>"}..4b;; .'r P
L miles 'with 'apparent) ease The ea*le! ever ; New System of Bookkeeping saves them holding good positions tut: tli-5 .'33: :.;' ; t
swoops down upon its't> and riles Campbell ntl.uvonia."a, .1 I-have used fl from 25 to 50 per cent in work and worry. taking Drau> hon'8 Hom. StuJ -
to,a .height of fifty' feet or more wltb with all my children and lb u* or | l<*t.UUii.iicntocreport 'struggling animal clutched In Its satisfactory." K tin TwiiifK b illltr. For fne book8ectjnYrnC Adv. Shorthand Draughon Colleges teadi. President Nashville,. Tenn 'Gi>,..$-,..> tnaloguo .

P.u n. .! I hMUti! fTBCi"( |\ ;) wtiis1 foppOsita fight talons.it Is If dropped.th.g'( ,the'shows fall killing too much the I WAy!_ 'Because they know it is the best, on coursw47'COLLI.4'' .,y.. ,

'anlr ialt Then(the agledescends] and Columbia's First; Bookplate.. imAUGHON'S PRACTICAL, BUSINESS IC'OLLItCI: : .
carries) off the carcass to the distant ,The first book plate for the libraryofColumbla'college JacksoavIIl.F...,or Atlanta.'Ga., or MI)'..U or Mowtirm ",,.. &'."..... I .

aerie. Foxes also the of the : ';' ,
are prey was made In 1795. ,
.ag1 e. It was designed and etched on copper . 0, }
) U, S. I Patent Office] by Alexander Anderson the first .

lr WASHINGTON O. C. American wood engraver, while he '
An advertising man 'of Cleveland '
Ga ette.
'NEW"' was going:'home one night In a street '

car. It was late and the man' who sal .., Creates ,n good n1pr JilIJe-S! :

, tlll tlOtiBarber text to him began to talk. No Perfection.In Humanity,
L &
. 'What'business. are you inf" btsked. 'Practically no human being Is per. I. among your Co1'1'eSIQlulelltS,. I'

\\ > feet. Even those that stand for spen( : _,_ < .
: Shop.. "The advertising business." health usually
did 'and development and helps to "olil' .b1l8" .S ,
",. __ give :
that mnJ. I nmA tn ha .In the ttA.rertlslng' l k l t .A_ the ran k .
-- -- ---- -- ac n. some teepe' m.
wwW W.W..W....,. :business myself, Quit It, and .file of men all have some weak incss : /

T.- U. CALLAHAN. Propr. though: and went iota th,.rae and old point. With one It Is a heart not prestige. ".. .
rwwwww.w w. bottle business;: tot a horse and learfup quite perfect with another a lung;

'f I have ju t .opened a barber mJr'sixty:every month." and so on. We do Ncat Printing 1L : '
f There seemed to be nothing for the e
shop in tbe Dekle old building ,advertising man'to' say'so he said It -- Reasonable Prices. ii ,
at ,
:/:corner west of First Nat. Bank, "Tes."" eontinued the talkative lOaD Ant Fireworks. # .I I

f, ?! 'land will appreciate a sbare of ."I wasp In the advertising bualnsss There has been' observed a curious, fJ-
n was a sandwich man for. a clothing phenomenon connected with the nestsof Banner Job Office. ,a
i ..your barbering trade.( .1 guarantee store for ,six .months Say" and he the Brazilian white ants or ter;

taeivc you satisfactionSH .' ..1 ean.d. over confidentially, "ain'tit mites. These when seen on the headwaters -
; lard work when: the. wind blowsT*- of the F.lo Verde seem to be -
i ve> fOc.f '' /
Saturday Evening. Post covered with tiny stars, which give

I r Hair Cut :260. the nests the aspect of a miniature' .-

f .. tower' brilliantly Illuminated. When Physicians Advise ,
: '1>..*. KiPrii"-Vi jf'Sv i : irr. ,.. .
; 'M rLTrtq : ri r till i the nest Is struck with a stick the

R: F.. SCARLETT Tearing AU shirr from bl."bauk an Ohio\ tights go but, only to reappear' again I the use of a goodlaxatlve, to keep.the bowels open and prevent the poisons of undigesiifood .
u from gettlnglnto your system. ,
little by little.Harper's Weekly.
I man Hsggad: traits and; uvfcdJ U Dom a The latest product of science I Is VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup purely vegetable, gent.
! Notary Public.Real wreck, bnt'U'I', Bl.ton, Raehblt C, on reliable and of a pleasant, aromatic: taste. Velvo acts on the liver s$ well as 4>i\ tti't .
i I prevented a wraCk wits Electric Ulllcm. Iratf stomach and bowels and ',Is of the greatest possible efficacy In constipation Indigestion, I
Estate Handled I .to* terrible plight When I bexao to use. ONLY A Kilty JJUUO biliousness, sick headache, feverishness, collc.tlatulence 1

: thee he wrjtos' my stomach bead, buck but tbe ernwd cheered as wHit htirni'd rf
! ;Collections a specialty. *: and kidneys were all badly aff ete
liver was m bad condition, but lour bitters lows be shouted! this Uucklvu's Arnica
Office .Is Firrt Nations Bank.
i orjElectrie Bitter made BIA feet like a new Salve bold, has. everything beat l f<*N>iirns..

I + if' you I man.' A trial wilt eon l.ee you of tbelr Right! aldo for toil. ulonr! IOOf'H '.....IJ.lett,
Work is'work are paid
matchless merit for any stoniaeb liver or eczema oats si>rain., l"rnl e". emir pile!
to do, it; it is pleasure when 'you '.Kldnev troubl.: Price boo at rt R tlcUeacby'Adv. '_r.. ltnb
r :pay.... to'be allowed to do it. ... '' \ Price Md at 8 E JicUsacby. 'Ad vtt ,
"1\-1. !' -
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:,; ,.,'.' ( -" 'ual' ""... -J- ... .... .. '' ;,.". : ., ,., ,' ,..t., ,... 'a.j: : : .
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,f 80 Mad After Spat With Sweetheart '

; Directory, That He Whipped a Saved !

!" M. B.Church. South.-Preaching everyst Da Milt. .
and trd Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. JOB S
'i U H. Cbap .Ue, Pal r.I" Sam Jones' WM mad clear through 9

Superintendent.Prayer Sabbath School. 10 a. m. W. N. Sheats, He had Just bad a. quarrel with hit "1 refused to be operatedon S

I" Meeting Thursday nights. I sweetheart, and although he had concealed the morning"I heard '
Young Men's prayer meeting TBlghts. -."" s i hU anger until he left her "
Everybody cordially Ini about Cardul writes Mrs.
:, home he was now boiling over with PRIJTIN.G
rage. As usual. Sam had got the Elmer Sickler, of Terre -
,; Church Preachli. I
"S' I and Baptist 4th Sundav. -Rev. Bat, worst of the little spat for In spite ol Haute, Ind. "I tried Car-
.' his 6 feet 2 and his Bl'e.t'atrength
; Sabbath ScboollG a. m., :k. dui
;: and it
Buperlnteneent.Meeting his diminutive lady lore had wound me
Meeting Wed Des,..-.) .. lao1..... him around her finger like so much greatly. Now, I do my own' .

ribbon.As washing And ftonln ." ( '
...'..Directory. Sam alighted from the elevated ",
,; '
Office hours 7:911: a. m. to 7:00 r m.; except ; train at his home station his cheeks .' Creates a good impression : : .,'
: Sundays. were still flushed with helpless anger B63. '' '. ". '

fitst-bound mall closes at 10:20 a.m and be was Just "spoiling" for a fightor a among your correspondents -
West-bound mall closes at 5:10 p.m. almost any kind of a chance to CARD '.
., Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 I.boundmall. m. even up matters on some one. His Take r and helps :
and leaves on arrival of the east ,
wish was destined to be granted

Sunday hours: 11:30 m., to 13:30: p. m., sooner than he knew for when he to give your business ;

: '.' Mosey Orders Issued at all hours when descended the elevated steps to the The Woman's Tonic '
I I, office Is open, except: Sundays. street a figure blocked his path a revolver prestige. !

:,,' .r' P HCHEL.Ii.. p. M was held a few Inches betow Cardui is a mild, tonic
his nose, and a gruff voice command ,
remedy purely vegetable
O.r Clubbing LU*. ed. "Come onl I Shell out. Jack!" f
Without a second's hesitation Sam and acts In a natural manner -
BAnxna and Semi-weekly Atlanta
Journal, per year 1.7S. smashed the would-be robber full In on the delicate,womanly -
the face with his brawny fist and sent We Do Neat PrintingAt
; .
BAVXBB. and Thrice week New York constitution, building .
I him reeling several backwardand
World per year 91.65. stunned him so that he dropped : up strength, and toning up ;...

L a BAHITKB and Citizen and, per Semi-weekly year $1.50.Tlmes-lfn his weapon. Doth Sam. and the ..thief the nerves. In the past 50 Reasonable Price

were so surprised that they merely ,
.; BAMVJS.B. and Homo and Farm,.per year years, Cardul has helped .
stared at'each other for a few seconds
'1.1" then the latter remembered that more than a million women.

he possessed a good pair of legs, and You are urged to try it,

.Gcperal..Directory.STATE( ; started to run at express speed."Here's because we are sure that ,
a good one, Sam laughed
FFICI A LS. grimly as he set out En hot pursuit it. will do you good. Give us your next order '

Governor-Alber W. Gllchrlat. of his assailant. "This fellow Intend. At all drag stores. "

,Secretary of State-B. Clay Crawford ed to"hold me up and now I'm going and we will give you per :

Attorney' General- Part Trammel) to hold him up Just to balance things '
a trifle." Sam was soon forced to feet satisfaction, thus
Cent Agriculture-W..A. McRae.
give up the chase however for' he
Tr..ur.r-J.. C. Lunlng.Supt. I : making one of
was burdened with a heavy' ulster Surely Simple Enough. you our .

Public Instruction-" M Hollo- while the holdup man wore a light "Jersey Justice: la famed the country 't'

way. sweater. over and one of the latest examples regular customers.. .*'..
CgmpU'oUer-Wm V. Knott. "Gee," chuckled Sam "If I hadn't I proves that It Is Indeed sul gene

['.\t. Supreme Court-Tboa. -Shackleford:; been as hot under the collar as I was, i ris. In a city not a thousand miles ....5. .5.... I

".',:;r, Cblsf Justice; H. H. Mahrv. (':Ier.r.I as a result of that little fuss with from New York the Sunday law with ,'
Alice 111 bet I'd have shelled out likea regard to amusements supposed to -
Batlroad Commlasfon-R, Hudson Burr. ,
little lamb when he presented the be strictly enforced. It was noticed .
Chairman K. C. Dunn, Clerk.. "
Invitation. Ill go up there tomorrow recently however that a wealthy and
,,.. Jfadge ninth judicial circuit'. -W. 11. night with a big box: 'of chocolatesand Influential brewer who was the principal : THgCH1PLEY -

Price Marlanna square things up." owner of a house not. noted for

Stite Sollcltar- ninth judicial circuit- giving classic entertainments was permitted .
L.' Wilson. to present unmolested "sacred .
Is your husband onset An Irltae.e fault .
-- concerts; which consisted principallyof BANNER
finding disposition! l II olten clue to a disordered -
O. 8. LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS stomach. A man with good digestion high kicking and stale Jokes. A ,
rival manager, learning of this went to
a. S. Chubb BegUter, Gainesville, Fla. la nearly always good natured, ,A great the police commissioner with his tale
Shields Warren Receiver, Gainesville. many have been permanently cured ol
of woe. That functionary leaning his
stomach trouble by taking Chnmberlslors'tablets. ley Fla..
chin on his hand regarded the theatrical 'I
For sale bv AIIItjal..rs. Adv.
WASHINGTON: COUNTY OFFICERS. man attentively for a moment.,and .lL"hip t

# Circuit Clerk-W.,C. Lackey, Vernon. then said: "You see. It's this way. j-

flaunty Judge--O. Crocker Vernon ROMAN ROADS IN ENGLAND He can give his performance on Sun t : / / w *X

Sheriff the law, don't your' And who
'Trea.urer-H. B. Tiller; Vernon.
Project of Putting Old Highways In
could fall to comprehend such simple
Las As ior-J.J.. Williams Chlpley.
Useful Condition la Being
Tax CoUector-W. B. thither; Kconnna.Supt. !: Revived. explanation: ?-New York Tribune. High Class Saw Mill Machinery.

Public Instruction F Gainer,

"J. Wauiau.'apsrvlsor. British motorists are showing some We carry at our new warehouse 408
of Registration. M. Don't waste your motley buying strength and 410 East St. stock of
Interest In a project which Is being revived 'bftinburluiii's Bay a large
.Simmons, Greenhead. of reopening and putting In tnluplluiI.er/ : Liniment Is Portable and Stationary Engines; Lo-
l'heaperand beUsr. painpen a piece of .comotive and Horizontal Return Flue
Coast Solicitor A. D. Carmichael, usablecondition the old Roman roads
Chlplvy.CeuntT. flanel with It II lid bind Hover (be affected Boilers; Saw-Mills, Planers, Edgers,
surrounding [nuts and will relieve the pnln I and Morenos Saws, Belting and Mill Supplies;alMi >
Surveyor-Thos. Volllns, Cary- *. For silo l hy All Denier.. AdA. engine and aaw-iulll repairs. We also
vllls' ITIa. the outlying places. The ancient high. .handle the celebrated line of BUST.LER.TAYLOR.VANCE.ANRER..
County Commlaalonersi: ways, built by the Roman generals for ---- -'- -
J. T. Ulgbtower, Chairman. Vernon. military purposes, were well con Not Altogether Satisfactory.It ICAN. and DELOACH Saw Millr,

'. q_ ..._ "A. C. Gilbert Chlpley. structed and their routes were exceedingly may indicate genius to be for ERIE, LEFFEL TAYLOR and
_." S. L. Davis, Wauauu.J. straight but they have apparently ever sticking one's paste brush inttone's SOUTHERN Stave Machinery Engines for and Boilers PERKINS Shingle Mill Machinery. Special -
Turpentine Plants.
., H. Porter Mlllvllloi \ in many 'Instance b.en practically ink pot but most'of us would
Lance stock carried for immediate Shipment. Get
prefer more substantial our prices before buying.
i>. F. Gunn, Santa Rosa. abandoned.Few proof. We can save you money. A postal will bring our Traveler,, '
except students of the subject Write for literature
watt i School Board: covering your special requirements.
G. B. Bash Chairman, Orange 11111 are aware of the great network ol Jel' So. JVtcalsby40S Mochlnery Co.JacUMonvllle.
highways which driven .
rte -, .. :9. J. Gainer. St.:: Andrew. were across He (moralizing)-"After all, man it
England Wales and Scotland the A 410 B.
May St.
W. 1'. BUll Vernon. by' weak" She (coyly)-"In union there Florida
A -- Roman generals. The straightness ol la strength."-Boston Transcript. Long 01..0 Te.epho. No. 117.... "
u these road. probably .is explained: by
r+ ,, CHIPLEY CITY OFFICIALS. the fact that the cities and towns

Mayor-A. D. Campbell. they linked up were founded subsequent Value of Moral Earnestness.

: X.rahal-Jobn Roberts, to the road making. The roads Moral earnestness always prevents Here's Good
Clark and Treasurer-W. W. Cook. : were constructed for military purposes a man from becoming-a cynic in so a Slogan fora J
Council-W. O. Butler, Jr. chairman .
t -the subjugation and control of the etet,.
A. D. Carmichael A. A. Myers, C. 'K. turbulent Britons-and had no set objective
I' Tbarp. J. R. McGeacby, : Camps grew into cities and Tea Bigger and Better Business..

1.._ .,. towns founded at points of military Don't WaltUntil Lat.
vantage. These naturally lost their It Is a great mistake not to tell! t .".' &. .."."...._ .f
.A s Importance In many Instances when people how much their services art '

The Banner the conquerors withdrew and their valued. while they are still alive. DON'T BLOCK'THE.. WAY! ..
very sites are forcotteD.-Fe1d. -- dF.. 1

Woman' First Work \\n Factory Move as fast as the procession-or out. thepace '
i Famous KI.....
It was In the manufacture of textiles
iP'T5Tt '," "''<-? :--v::'- Chipley Fla. I The first recorded kiss was the that woman ftrst,appeared In. la of the company you are in or make wad for.the man.'
,T. treacherous one Yiven by Jacob to hit due try outside of the home. behind.
father Isaac when the former was .
masquerading 'as Esan It Is theareltn
;Stucl, for.the Upbuilding of
t a series of deceitful kisses record I when lu foundation Is undermined, and If Don't stand-in- the of new ideas. Dln"t
way in the
S ed in hlltor)'. There Is a'famous kill 'the foundation of nentth-irootl digestion pause

ChIpley in the "Beggar's Opera It was given ''II I attacked, quick collapse follows On the path of better system. Don't settle ,down on the ladder of

by Macheath to Jenny Diver and the i, Brut sign Indigestion( .)r. Kl g'l .New success Don't he
Washington County. unpleasant effect which It producedon Life I 111I1 should be taken to tone tbe stomach a barnacle ou the ship of prepress.Cbanee .

\. him may be judged from the aarcastio : and regulate liver, kidneys and bowels -

;,;. Xnd Florida; remark,. "One may know by Pleasant, easy safe and only 23o!! i\t 8 KJloOeaeliy. : :>eans progress.. Progressjnieans: advancement
kiss that .
...'! your your gin Is excellent"Totruchto Adv.
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gave his bride a kits of
enormous caliber. We are told that GO YEARS Advancement, means movement. MOVE!

\ Subscription, $1 Ip'er Year. he "kiat her lips with such a clamorous EXPERIENCE s. '

smack that at the parting all DON'T BLOCK
::' ; the church echoed." THE WAY|
t<>; < 'f" W. alike a Speclaltylof PURTU RICO'S UKW WONDER
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.. ",: : From far away Porto Rico come reports -.
'"J .: Neat, of a u" wonderful new discovery that Is believed

I ,/ will vastly: benefit tbe people. Ramon T TRADE MARK CURTIS L. JONES. D. VA RM.IUHAEL
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-:..' Artiatlc Marohan of Bareoneta! writes.. Dr. King'sNew COPYRIGHTS &. ,
A.j'!" Discovery I Is doing splendid work bore An'Oft...... tn..kalCb and ..""ptt"" may Notary Public state at Law. Attorney( Law
'1otaklp a.eertnln our ol.lnlon tree wbath.r
Commercial PrintingS. It cured rue Aye times ot terrible coughs _as
: In..nUnn prnb..blp ya t4!l'.hl% .Commun __Collection* a Specialty
brother tlon.atrlctlyaonade.tl&. HANDBOOK on Poatente All business
and colds also my of a severe cold tna. Honor for imturliiff eor.ealy..*. entrusted to Fla
-t taken / '
20 it turoiiKh Munn A Co. t'h/nley,,
In his chest; more than other used on ..
Wdca U o advloo. We hope this great medicine my prompt
-J : '1/Y.. The Banner will my yet be.told In every drug store In Porto Jimenez.A ., attention. Fees reasonable.Can .
*.. /,. Uloo. For throat and lung trouble there U I *mnd.oiti.lr nhmtralol WMklr.. famseely..etulun .. I D J. JONES.
of any KlvntlBa Trm.S3rt a be found
f "...:..... I. nothing better; trial will convince :you of four month. tL eo 1o..n"1 at Post Office,
'tf' Its merit. GOo and '1. Trial', bottle free E M UNN.& CO a/'' :" ri wM. ,

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Coughs that keep you n.wake at night also 0b
disturb the sleep of tho rest of the family. '.: j Shirt Waist Peddler H. lly Proved, (
They can be stopped in n few minutes .....ItbBallard's That It Wa MoM Valuable
N Plao for Him. I.. Wire'io Fe.nc& .

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Miuouri was .not the New York

policeman's native home, nevertbeleu'showing" 1 : ee'
Horehound. SyrupIt did him some good. H* __- .'

had undertaken to settle who coo i.I rTr ,

Is a RemedY' of Great Relieving Power ,eidred, a certain potnon/ the.p&Ttoent >' d, .
and Throat Troubles. worth .j j, I. .. :
In All Lung purchasing JtM,Price ,' ; soe

BalUrd'a: Horehound Syrup conveys A warming and relaxing Jn y of a bloody note. HU livelihood,o- 1
fluence to the congealed lungs. Heals soreness, quiet tlckllngr condlng: to the banana man,,.depended .. '24
sensation In the throat strengthens the voice loosen phlegm and upon hi* standing at that i I '. .
relieves all.Irritated conditions In the throat and ,lunar Keep a: particular
bottle In the house. It 19 handy to havewhen needed and savesa spot, and the shirt waist ,p ed. ,.', -. .

world of misery to the person affected. ''dler waa-equally positive that ,if h* .. !

Put Up in Three Sizes, 2Dc, 50c and moved on atarvation ''would behis "3t:.JIl!.lli': ,

$I.00 per Bottle.'. / lot. The policeman's prayers for :1'w

,tight was cut short by the arrival ofa ,._+n.r. ".wrrI
Buy the $1.00 sUa. It contain five times as much
I ; as the 26o. size and :you net with each bottle,a woman who wanted to buy a waist.
IIerrlck'8 Red Pepper Porous Plaster for the,thest. "I wear No. 88," she said. "Here Just a word Farmers and Fence Builders:: :

JAMES r. IALURO FBOPWCTOH IT. UHIIVMB.troc Is a waist that I like, but it looks I II ;

It __... I like a mighty small 88." 6) 'Having made a ,deal'for 'Ten.Car.Loads.. ;)
Weak melt or Son Bye. a.e IItep.e! it "
"Try on, urged the peddler."I e' 0

OLD ND IECO..Na.DBy-, .. : ,,' ,,can't, right here In the street,", .:of the Best American Steel Wire .Fence, wet $

ALL DRUGGISTS. said. "Just.tep she. into this hall,",said the,, are in positionto, make you better prices g.

peddler.. "and knock on the door at, : .
than ever before. 18
the left
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you .
Free!: try it on-there" .',i '
Graphophone .
His look of triumph cowed the banana -> e"' Be sure you see us before buying wire'elsewhere >.

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man and ,.convinced.,the.,police "
., means moneytsaved.Cliipley ,.
t man. "seer'be a.id.I'W, is
Not a Piano, not an Automobile, t ,. '
why I have to stand here. I meet a t ;
But a Graphophone Free by the lot of customers like' that woman,. Ii e
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Cliipley Furniture Company. and it isn't every place where I 'can; ':. : ,, Q' ..:

make arrangements for them to ..

Ticket'given with each Cash Purchase come in and try'on." .........................&

of $1 I or with every The banana,man moved on.,

.:;; :.. $1 paid on account. 1 NOTICE FOR ''PUBLICATION. "
AT TIMI8. ,_ Orion Lodge No. .40 :
:Y. Call at Store for forParticular's. -. Department of the Interior, a
,. U. S. Land Office at Gainesville, Florida, F. SKA..1VI.
Be to Ticket., "Do you think,eeleotive mem.orleli October 5,1013.
:: sure get your Notice Is hereby given that Wesley .
Regular Communications Second
are the best?" Dunn of Econflna, Florida, who, on July :
., 10, J9O9..made Homestead Entry, Serial Saturday and..Fourth Frldy night In'
: Furniture "I don't know about that ..
Gcr. but ."
:.. Chipley they)) No. 05454. for SEX of NWH Action 33, month.
are mighty handy in anoinveatigaitton. ( Township! 1 north; Range 12 west .Tallahassee Visiting Brethern cordially Invited.w. .
." Meridian,has tiled notice of inten L. TAYLOR W. M.W.i .,

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. Florida State College For Women tionto.make establish claim 1I'lnal.Commutation to the land above Proofto described W. JONES; B c. J ,

before the.Clerk of the Circuit : '
. GAINESVILLE TALLAHASSEEColli's Strayed or Stolen Court at Vernon, Florida; on the 14th I. 00. P. NOTICE. .
A Superior But Inexpensive Institution for day
*of Arts and Science. Normal School of November, 1912.
Florida Young Men. School of Munlc. School of Art. School of Espra: One dun colored but-headed Claimant names as witnesses: L. O. Until further notice
Four coIl_ Bion.School of Home Economics. Carter. John Uarret, 1. H. Barrel W. No.56
agricultural experiment ttloni marked smooth )Chipley Lodge
Unl"er First clans equipment throughout. Tuition!) cow, 'crop and! Law all of Econflna Florida. ,
ante. 80 extension.per cent Increase 46 pruFewuirii attendance and nwdiit-last tree. Other, expenses very low. Fur information I split in one ear, smooth crop and! Henry J3. Chubb, I. O. O. F., will meet at 7:00 p, m.

rear. Attractive buildings and campu.. For address under-cross hack in, ,other; alsQ Ed fee paid. Keglster. each,Monday evening. ; ..
catalogue address, A. A. MURPHKEE,President. EDWARD CONRADI.P'uldeaf.f .
one red colored heifer 'calf, 'un-t NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. By order of the Lodge

marked. Strayed or stolen from; Department of the Interior, E A. RATCLIFFE, N.. G.

,= .. G. ...G.... ..... :i my place in Chipley. Finder'ret U. 8. Land Office at October Gainesville 5, 1W3./ Florida,,: S. B. JUDSON, Secy.' '.1 .
turn to me and receive reward.J. .
Notice Is hereby given that Rufus L.
HOPKINS, Ilendrlcks of A. G. ,;
Sexton. Florida who. on! McQuagge
f: a .. August ssi, 1807 made Homestead Entry ,.
Satsuma Oranges No. 87804 Serial No. 04051) for I'IJoj:' Notary Public. ,
: The Chipley Hardware CO.. IS NWM. FlE3ot SWtf! and NwsRange .:
Section a 12 :
: headquarters for: .Hardware.The west, Tallahassee Meridian, has filed no 'at Large.
: tine Intention to make Final live year
Pecan Plum Misses Richardson Proof to establish claim to the land
Grapefruit IRA .
Kumquat can, 'A HUTCHISON.
: : : above described before the County Judge,, ;
please you in any kind of millin' at Vernon, Florida, on the 13th day o( Attorney at Law.

: Peach; and all other Fruit,. Orna0 ery you want.. November.Claimant 1912.names as witnesses: John Office at Vernon..., Fla. :.
i Pettls, Tolbert Pettls, Make Blue, Leon /
0 Why buy a wagon and go off,, ard Johns, all of Melton Florida.
mental and Shade Trees.. Henry 8.:' Chubb: Wll| practice In Circuit Courts of
: ; hoping you have got a good one) Ed fee paid Kenlster Florida and the Federal Courts.

Our new Catalog 'for 1912.1913 just out., .Z' Buy Studebaker's and tbe quesi NOTICE.In .
tion is settled. Sold by Dunn.. Washington County Circuit Court, A.. ,v:. W"EIEES: ;,

'Write for today. State of Florida, '/
: a copy : Coleman Co. Attorney and Counsellor at
.Law. t'Sonifay :
M. Hhemeld,Complainant
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Rozle Hh meld,-Defendant.On ;1.\

: Saibara. Nurseries'*, : If it is a Brick A.D.Monday 1913. the defendant tbe 18th day, Roll of November tibnffleldIn : Office in Lindsey Iiuiltiing.a.."'", -

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required to appear to the billof complaint -
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156 St..Francis Street ',
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order published WTTPrompt, personal jservice
This to be In The Chip-
.' nIOBILE, .A.LA. We have itl! Chlpley ley l Banner In Washington four consecutive couuty weeks Florida.at to clients. .: :'

S' 0Agnt. Witness my hand and seal this the 14th ...---
Phone-Bell 3227. P. O. Box 802. t :
We handle every kind of Brick day of October A. D. 1912. .4 -----..,.-----*
5 (Copy of Seal ] W.C. LOCKBT .
| Wtartted.OOOOrXi0x100'J000000OOc .
: and can positively save you mon- Clerk Circuit Court.
By S. Hemphlll, Deputy Clerk 1'1' SIn S
.......0. $....e.......... ey. Let. us figure on your n_ nextorder II. II. Wells ollcltor for Complainant. Ad t:

large or small. we, can NOTICE, FOR PUBLICATION. per 'I

Ot700000Otl iOOkTJ0 E1 ?i0i003 supply any quantity and make. Department of the Interior.U. .
prompt shipments. Our Bricks S. Land Office at Ualnesvllle Florida,
'i October 19. 1912. 'your local IT'
Mill Men and Manufacturers: are equal to any-better than Notice I ls hereby given that John W. paper
Taylor of Box ton Florida who, on July ,
SEE =. many. 22. 1909, made homestead Entry Serial You want re ults'no'W
I = No.05584, for NEJi of NE#. Section 4
Township 1 north; Range 13 west. TailshasHee ..
C. A. CONYERS, Meridian has (lied notice of intention -
i T. R. Thompson Son &: 60. to make final Five year proof, to
THe Brick Man.Jacksonville establish claim to the land above described The advertising col-
before the Clerk of the Circuit Court, J

I Boiler Makers, Tank and Sheet !Iron Workers, Fla. November at Vernon, lIH2Claimant Florida, on the 20th day 01 umns are of absorb.J'4; : ;

Phone 1925., 418 Duval BldgExcursion names as witnesses: J. L. -
8 Finch David Page T. W. Johns J.' M. \ne interest in this' I
For.all kinds of Boiler and Sheet Iron Work. Johns ail of Sexton Florida.
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attention given to repair'' work. Es-' Henry S. Chubb, age. There the public* "
$ Special and prompt j II'III iII Ed fee paid Register.Master's ,,!
kind of material work
timates on any pr ,. .
I_ 'Vii.#'! 'lllll1! nnas what it neeas. II'
gladly furnished on request. Scale. '

g YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED._ Fares From By virtue of a' decree of foreclosure Moreover: that enab = -':
from the Circuit Cjurt of Washington ,
T.: R. Thompson, Son &: Co.. county Florida wherein II. U. Wells II I lea your publisher to ,
Chipley ,Fla. complainant and Peter Hobby and his I
I wife, Virginia Hobby. Barney Young and
81 P. O. ,Box 305.. -TOJacksonville bin wife, Mary Young are defendants I give you a better' pa-. .
BAINfRIDGE GA. hall expose fur sale ac public outcry to "
: Fla., and Return $10.35 the highest cash bidder within the legal per. It gives'your ; _
ce<>eooeocococ ec eeocccececcceceeoceeeoccecececeoeoOAJ. Account '(Southern Medical Association hours of sale before the Courthouse door
-Dtttfls of.sale. November 9, 10 A 11.1913 In the town of Vernon Washington coontr community a" better
Return limit Nov..18. J912. with prlvl Florida, on Monday; tbe 2nd day of
.J.S'JtXJL*JbJUMbJt-fcAJbA Jr*Jk AJkl*J AJL J JLajJr3fcJ3blJbAJiAJl AJt A JttJtJTSciutlicrn leg/ of extension to Dec. 15. 1912. upon deposit December, A. D. 1913. the following de- standing:: with the.reaS ,."
scribed real estate I lying and situated
of ticket and payment of fee. of II being -
before NOT. 18, 1912. In Washington county, blonds \
on or
Screen Co. all ,ders.
wit The the
Fly to- : HW.Sf of NEJi sod :
that portion of the NWK of the BESS TY-
Can take. care of needs in anything in I Louisville, K;. ana Return $23.85 North of the L. & N. Railroad, In Sec :
your Account Southern ISdneatlonal Association. tion 3 Township, North Range West, -
Dates of sale November 3tt and NWJ/of the NEIn! Section 18 Town- ,
The Screen LJ..e. .37t 1912. Return limit..De... 3.1912. ship 1. South Range West and also the Sooner or latter result I
HX" of tbe HE& of Section Township 1,
We represent The Higgin Screens, the recognized standard Columbia S. C. and Return $i3.5S South:' Range 15 West. ,
Metal Frame Screen on the Market. Amount decree$417.93, Purchaser to will be forthcoming soAdvertise I
Account Fifth National Corn Exposition, pay for deed.
We can alto supptv you with anything In.Wood Frame Screens. Dates of sale,January 20,23, 20'S. 27; 31, : L. D. MoRAE'
m Phone or Tetegraph at our expense and oar representative will call Feby. 3, 5&7, 1913. Return limit Ftby. Special, Master.
J with line of aamples.- IS, 1013. with prlvHetce of extension to .1 C C4W'
a complete -
April 12, 2913. upon deposit of ticket laud ,
T. B. EL.TOIN Mj{s-. payment of tl on or before Feby. 12.19J=l, Good intentions are weak, << .
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Phone IS8T't. 339 :-I James'
J...MVIR.I.E. P"'A. J, Dt,NEPPER; Ticket Agent. things that ten , AW _'W'r'lr'1rTTTY'' J"uFr1.ap J. W" LURTON: D.. p;:A. nee4tdJp real action., -

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' ] Personal. IT Enthtwlaitic Board of .Meeting ] Town Topics. j[L,
I If you don't believe the recently .
organized Board of Trade is a MOST

; c' Schedule of lively proposition you should have Thanksgiving day is just two

.t;;'i B. C. 43c St. A. Railroad been at the meeting held Monday weeks off. ANY

'.s'4: EffecUva March 12, ..91%. afternoon. No new matter was The man who lives for dollars .

1'''', Train No.South."Utloh 1 TralnNo. a considered but careful attentionwas gets mighty little worth while ,, "r.
(Join Oolnz North BANK .
ti' the .
; given propositions alrea-
I L.V..llao a.m. Chlpley 5O) p.m. Ar. out of lite, .
' 11:83 a.m. Wmsart 4:27: p.m. dy under consideration, especially -
;, UOS p.m. Greenhead 4:00 p.m. About thirt, state banks have -
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19:00 p.m. Riverside 3:54 p.m. the question ot financing the .
t i:48 p.m. Vlckaburir 8:13 p.m. been authorized to begin busi-
,,1,,' Ar. 1:00 p.m. Southport 3:00 p.m. Lv. organization. There were only
I: ?; .. ... about twenty-five members pres- ness in Florida duringthe past] Can handle your business after a fashion, when

J. A. Jeffries was in town Monday ent but $107.00 was placed in the ten months. I When times .
,.:'1' afternoon. treasury in five minutes time and Speak a good word for Chipley times are good arid money easy.

(I $20 more subscribed, which is at every opportunity, for, you
"f M. A. Warren of DeFuniak, is hard and money tight you feell the
equal to the cash as it will be know we have the best town in
-. here again this week. .
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forthcoming when called for. West Florida. with
cohnectton a
E. N. Everitt Sr. and wife were Now, when men get enthused need. of a
We mail
' always our paper on
;, in town. shopping u rsd v. over a.proposition, even to going: Bank .
Thursday morning, so our,advertisers Big Strong and Reliable
' "'" J. J. Stokes made a business down in their "jeans" and digging will get best: results for ,

',,;,., trip to Apalacbicola this week up tbefinancial, you may! the Saturday trade. make credit
bet they are in earnest. So watch Do your banking business and your
itj'r. Mr. A. I.,Miller, who has been The city election was held
the Board
Chiple of Trade, anl..
:. tick for some days; is now con- Tuesday. Of course the nomi- good with the strongest Bank in
.. come to the meeting next Monday -
. valeacing. afternoon. 5 nations made in the primary was

'1 I:' Mrs. M. C. Williams and chil- r II '; sustained by election.A Washington County.

<;, drenspentasJiortwhi1eatSoutbport It is now Judge D. J. Jones. contemporary perpetratesthis

<< Sunday.. ? The appointment was made by : "Knowledge embracesmany

" i. Judge C. II. Laney of Pensacola Governor Gilchrist, Monday, and subjects, but there is only The First National Bank

\ was one of the visitor in the will give universal satisfaction one subject after all that is real-

','., city Thursday. throughout. this circuit. It is ly worth embracing-; <-woman." : of Chipl ey.

e:;, Attorney J. M. Sapp of Panama certain no man is more eminently Some faint hearted' democratswere I

:;.,;ro City was mingling with his qualified'to fill, the place than predicting fall in the pricepf

t friends here Saturday morning. is Mr. Jones. All litigants in,.the cotton in the event oi Wilson's 1..:................. "....I'."."."."."."."."i".""" **
1'' court will receive justice at his election. Mistaken, as usual, for
: Rev. G. N. Winslett was .down '
hands. cotton has advanced several
i: from Graceville and crossed .. .. points in price since the election. All kind of Feed atWilliams I Farm For Sale.
palms with friends'here Mouday. & Helton. build
Forty acre
x'! Editor Stokes of Graceville, I \USf\U.. I The; Western Union TelegraphCo. Fresh Garden Seed at Campbell ings, 7 miles southwest of Chip-

'.. was here a short while Thursday I Co., have decided to establish an & Dekle Co's: ley, near hard road, for sale at

I afternoon enroute. to DeFu- C.: A. Grubbs made a: business .I office outside the' railroad offices. Call us and see what nice groc- reasonable price. For particulars -
, Arrangements have been made
niak.,. .. trip to Pensacola last week eries you'get; we make quick de- address BANNER, Chipley.
,. for its office to-be located in the ..
, B. E. Whiddon'and daughter livery, too. Williams &Helton.B. .
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The Wilson to have
men secerns telephone exchange building and
':,...... of Florala, Ala., were the guestof had plenty of oil in their lampson another room is being added for Blake & Co. have somethingof I Farm For Sale. ,

relatives here several days last the 5th. its especial use. special interest to the ladies to Eighty acres of land, 40 acres

week. offer in what it is. cultivation 6 miles southwestof
; step see in ;
Gus McMillan of Millville, ,visited The climate of Italy which is
J. G. Bogart of New York City ; Chipley, on hard road; good
relatives here Friday and .said to be the most delightful on Absolutely fresh groceries and
was a visitor here Saturday af went out to Vernon Saturday.Mrs. earth, is not to be compared with quick delivery is what you get buildings barn, etc. For partic-'
ternoon, and a pleasant visitor at from Williams & Helton. ulars address BANNER, Chipley. ,
the Banner office. C. L. Jones and sons, Ar- what we have had here lor the ..

test and Lesley, visited friendsin past week. It is a joy to bask in Drop in and see how well our BUSTER BROWN SHOES _.

Mrs. T. F. Tiller and daugh- ,Cbipley the past week, returq-. the sunshine and breathe your bargain counter is filled; you will are the very best made for chil
} ter Miss Pansy, of Southport, ing Sunday. lungs full of the pure air' with surely want something on it. dren. Get them from Williams* '
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spent several days here last week L' ; '
which we are uiesseu.The : Missses Richardson. & Helton. ,
the guest of relatives. Uncle James Yates, north ol
Vernon, was visiting relativesand B. C. tain
Mrs. T. H. Callahan returned mingling with friends here little misshap passenger a few miles southof hada ,...............".".......".".".".......".,.............."........,..
home from trip to Westville
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Friday and Wausau
Saturday. Saturday afternoon.
Saturday. Her mother; Mrs. W. Take Notice -
One of the wheel of ,the front .
D. Williams came with her. D.D. Miller, formerly of Holme] i ,
Valley, but now of West Bay, trucks of- the engine became .
J. G. Mendenall and 'wife left loose From this date benreforth will -
was here Saturday, enroute to on the axle, which threw we run our ,
last'week for Paragould, Ark., Chipley to visit his mother and the trucks off the track. The maricet business on a strictly of ,- .:

where they expect to locate.: We other relatives.,. train was running slow and was CASH .
wish them success in their new stopped before any material dam- BASIS. f
Lome., Mrs. Sarah Turner and daughter .
age was done. ..'When you send to the market for meat send f .
,- ;Mrs. D. V. Brock, were call- .. the ,
Miss Maggie Allen entertained i
rnr- ed to Maywood, Mo., last weekon money also; or if you order by 'Phone, have the change ",
a small party of friends Fri- account ot the death of her Get it fresh !at SCHELL'S.You :
ready for the delivery boy. Don't fosget this! .
day evening in honor of her daughterinlaw.We .
can get it at SCHELL'S.
friend, Miss Pansy Tiller of J"
Southport.Bee are sorry to note that Un- Butterine, Butter and Cheeseat Phone 173. Wells & Sbarrorl.r0 .
cle Sam Robinson of the Valley, SCHELLS. : .
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Brooks ot the Vernon '
I who has been in feeble health the

News,. passed through Chipley past six months, is no better, .
Friday afternoon enroute to De- and his triends entertain but little -
F hope for his recovery.We = .
Funiak attend the press association

meeting. are told that G. M. Myers,
.. two miles west of town, has gathered
Fresh Crackers at SCHELL'SIf two full weight bales of cotton I
from one and a half acres of
it is furniture you want, see land. Mr. Myers bad best' and f fr
Cbipley Furniture Co. largest cotton in August that we / I !
ever saw. But we don't believe
Call on T. C. Jones, with Chip- George can beat Uncle Ben growing 1
ley Furniture Co.; he wants to rutabagas.
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The Misses Richardson can Peanuts! Peanuts I

suit every taste or requirementin 3000 bushels selected N. C., 'Every lot _, :
NOTIONS. cf material for
Florida grown peanut seed, at StudebaKer
'25 per cent. off for Cash until 1.00 per bushel, of. 25 pounds o wagons

January 1st, is our inducement. f, o. b.. Lowell, Fla. + I must pass the rigid ; '

Cbipley Furniture Co. 2500 bushels selected'] Velvet searching test of the .:
Bean seed'at bushel. uIJJj laboratories. '
Braid, Buttons, Neckwear, Aviation per :
We are now ready to.make im- .
Scarfs Fascinators Physical and
Hoods !: chemical tests discover
Etd.,at the Misses Rich' rdson's. mediate deliveries on Peanuts, Inferior paint, varnish, Iron, steel and i
and January deliveries Velvet
"f* on wood. Materialnotuptoab
We buy in car lots, handle nothing standardnever _
Beans. Let us have orders
your becomes a part of a StudebaKer wagon. I
but furniture, hence give
now; prices will advance later ,in j
you the best prices.. Chipley season. ,
Let u* ten
;you more '
urniture.Co.. RAYSOR, FARMS, about the Stud.baK.r-tfetacquainted '"

NOTIONS-Have you been into Lowell, Florida.. with the 1.'

see the lovely line of notions at .-. ,, .. Stud bak.r construction., : :

the Misses Richardson's? 'You Pants? Yes, lots of 'em at I before. you buy any wagon.. 1 I

are invited. Williams & lIe1t. n. .I

Don't ato a grocery or dry .: I am agent for., the Saibara: 000i-Colour Company Manarjer."X';

good store to buy furniture, go Nurseries, located at Mobile, If _

to a place that bandies nothingbut you want Orange or arty other
furniture-that's us. Chip- kind of,fruit 'trees, see m6 fat' A. G. McQUAGGE General

Ivy l ralture'Cq..: ..:.<-* ""; '. c talo.r and prices-J.. E. CAILEY :::::::A.-----
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