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The Chipley banner
Place of Publication:
Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
July 21, 1910


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Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Chipley
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“The town that was built on a railroad,” Chipley is the seat of Washington County, located inland in Florida’s Panhandle, just south of the Alabama state line. First known as Orange, this small West Florida community was founded in 1882 in anticipation of the arrival of a railroad that would connect the farming area with markets in Pensacola and Tallahassee and in neighboring Alabama and Georgia. Shortly after the line was completed, Orange was renamed Chipley in honor of William D. Chipley, vice-president of the Pensacola and Atlantic Railroad, a notable figure in the political and economic history of the area and an aggressive lobbyist for railroad land grants. The town’s first newspaper, the Intelligencer, edited by J.C. Langley, also began in 1882. The Intelligencer was renamed the Chipley Banner in 1893 and published under this name until 1943, when it merged with the Washington County News.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
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A Hebrew named Louis to serve my adopted country could come to'every boy who has F. F., Pelt &, Co.RESTAURANT. .

boy with all my strength if necessary graduated from the bigh school,

< INSURANCE Cohen, who has just graduatedfrom even with my life. whether he was born on this side
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high Just a little florid,-to be sure, of the water or on,the other side. .
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I am pleased to tell the people of .meant to him. In his conclu- pose, even if we raise a"doubt of po'rtunity-reaUy knowing it, and Fancy Groceries. '

'. ;" Chipley and vicinity, that I have pur sion he expresses these_ senti- the wish that the rule of'America we mean-we have very little Confectionaries, Smokers -
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-those.time tried and fire tested years tor many years to come there school work. The word "oppor- Fish and Oysters.
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the next in life I wish to Stock' new and prices
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I'" 'the land of I wishto For Halo.
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THE BANNER. Ate There Any in Florida? \ .'-. ,..

=#....= In 1907 a Missouri Colonel anda Here's a Good Slogan for ,' ')

diareBi DlreeMrr, -Kentucky:,Judge went pn a mid Can't WorkWhen "**- va <'

M. E. Church Mouth.-Preaching every winter cruise through the West and Better "Busi ass :,
let and 3rd Sunday at H a. m. and 8 p. m. Bigger .. ;
U. U Williams, Pastor Indies. Neither of them belonged -

Sabbath School 10 a. m. W. N. Sbeats, to any church and further you feel that you ......"................ L,' .,.-.:!
S.pertntendent.Prayer can hardly drag through y ('''/I''' ," .'
Meeting-Thureday night were more than ordinarily igno- work and : "
are '
your daily
Young Men's meeting Tuesday BLOCK THE WAY! "& '
prayer DON'T' $
nights. Everybody cordially Invited.Baptist rant of denominational differen- tired discouraged and ', .. 'Ii,:
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miserable, take Cardul ";- ', .! ,:,-.
Church-Preaching every :2nd ces.As the woman's tonic. Move as fast as the procession-or,moveout., and 4th Bandar- Rev. Col Her,pastor. the great ship hove to at
Cardul is prepared for f '
( -..-.SuBsrlnteneent.Sabbath (School 10 a. m.,.-,. C. Hawk. one port after another, they visited the purpose, of helping of thee company you'are' in or fi make, wavier--: 'men, ,',

Praver Meeting Wednesday nights. ,the island,towns, very muchas women to regain their behind., ,* ',",,", J ,',, "s"....'g .>.... ,. .?,' .5 ,, <
and health.
any tourist would, one thing strength .

o., .. .Directory. interesting,then\.about as muchas Not by- doping with Don't stand in the way of new ideas. Don't.pause in,the
Office bours 7:30 a. m. to 7:00 p m.; ezcept strong drugs, but by the '
Snndavs. another. gentle, tonic action, of path of better SY8't in. 'Don't settle down on the. ladder of';
y ait-bound!!: mail closes at 10:20 a.m Steam launches soon transported ..
vegetable herbs. barnacle the ship of prel'ress.
pure be on
,.' West-bound mall closes at 5:10 p.m. success. Don't a ', .
.Mail from Vernon arrives at 10 a m. the tourists ashore and the I I ,. ,-- -.
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and leaves on arrival of the east negro guide leading the Colonel '
advancementAdvancement '
Progress means
Change means progress. ,
,Sunday hours: 11:30 m., to 12:30 p. m., and Judge around, lost no time CAHOUI .'"" ,.'
," llonay Orders Issued at all hours when in explaining the few public Take
office means ,movement. MOVEJ: -
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Dis beab,, am de Seven Day BLOCK THE WAYI I .' "
..,. The Woman's TonicMrs. DON'T, .- ; ; .
,,' :.,., Oar ClabMac LUt.JBijfHKB Adventist church,' sah, as they ':: "' '

: and Semi-weekly Atlanta halted in a grove of cocoanut L. N. Nicholson, -- -. .... -
Journal, per year$1.75.? of Shook, Ma, writes: fI, I;
.ANJTIB and Thrice s-week New York "Before I began to take ,
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World, per year $1.65. What do they believe in? asked Cardul I was unable to ; 1 "" !{ "

'0 BXNITKB and Citizen Semi-weekly'Tlmes-Un-, per year. ,1.50.' the Judge honestly do any work. 1 have Patronize Those 'Vhl.J': ; k kver ,

S BASMERand Home and Farm per year Dey believe in working, six taken 5 bottles and have : "' l. ';,T;, ;":.:),': '
improved much, I > ,
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,General Directory. Have you got a Baptist church' "I can't say too much S ', \' 'J ,' ''.:" ..";'t' '

STATE: OFFICIALS. here? inquired' the Colonel growing for Cardul it"has done so THE BANNER;. ar; '-. i45[4i//. "<", .

Governor-Alter W.Qllchrlst. much for me. I : .
interested* h ..Ili..:..," x
Secretary: of State H. Clay Crawford. Your druggist sells Car- ....' "" .. ,., .
Yes; sah, dat building Cross! dul. Get a bottle today.
Attorney General Park Trammel \ .. ': .
de way from'Blue Beard's castle + ; :
COM. Agriculture E.
Treasurer-Wm V. Knott. data de Seven Day Baptist High-CIass Saw Mill Machinery: '. '; I ,-

Sept., Public Instruction-W,"M Hollo- church. Something Swell.

way. We carry at our warehouse, 22
What do they believe in? put Men and Women
Comptroller C. Croom. Ocean St., alarge: stock o( Port
Judge, againhonestly
Supreme Court-Thos. M. Shscklefordl : Mr. Bibheart-"Wiggins, old ble and,Stationary Engines! ; Loco-
Chief Justice; M. H: Mabrr. Clew.Kallread seeking legitimate information boy, we have raised -'$50 t& fret motive and Horizontal Return Flue

Commlssfon Hudson Burr, Why de Seven Day Baptists; the boss a Christmas present, t w5 Boilers; Saw-Mills, Planers, Edg-

Ckalman; B. C. Dunn, Clerk. promptly replied the guide 'with and we want- .something that will era, Saw, Belting and Mill Supplies -
Judge first circuit-J.'Emmett ,, ;;also engine and saw-mlll.up-
judicial fy
the air of one who, knows, dey make a"show for the money-
VTelfe, Pensacola. plies. Prospective purchaaers5w111find
rest de whole seven days. something that will Jook big
Stat Sollcltar ttrst Judicial clreultJ.Walter it to their interest to get our

Keboe.. The two walked on in silencefor you know Can't you suggest prices before buying. A postal will bring our salesman.'--Write for illustrated

-- a while, when the Colonel something catalog. Malstoy Machinery Co.

u. s. LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS. who had ,been turning over his Wiggins-"Sure., Buy $50 22$ Ocean St. JacKsonvIIIcJFlotlcJt' *."r1r

Y. S.Chubb; Register; Gainesville, Fla. meager' denominational knowl- worth of rice .and boil it." ** Long Distance Telephone, No. 874. '.;* "V. ,. j r|

Uktelds Warren Receiver, Gainesville. -
edge, remarked: Judge I ain't "

sure about it,',but I believe we've r11I1 &:_(::.L<.'..,:._.,....=M .t.....'..:':!..tIVJ..:.....ifWir,1 _....._.=--__ --, =2rr
got a lot of those kind of Baptistsin
Circuit Clerk-W.C. Lockey, Vernon.

C...ty Judge-..J.'B..Wells,Vernon. Missouri.-Ex.NAPOLEON'S. I .. I __ f .... I I
SkerlC" -O. G. Allen, Cnlpley. :: The 1010 St.'tbSC ::->Ism' ,Oiler TUc Best {l1J

''nalurer-H. B. Tiller, Vernon. GRIT 'I '''1t .7&{/ I' Oi cr L.a2c fiir Ciz. Nctv Fear I tiI Jl t i'(,.; '
rat Asswsor-J.J. Williams, Chlpley. I.
'fax Collector-W. B. Gainer Kconbna.S : Was of the unconquerable, never-say.die-

.,t. Public Instruction. F Gainer, kind, the kind that yon need most when you
ylaneaa.Supervisor. have a bad cold, cough or lung disease. THE TBI-'WEEBLY '
.. ,of Registration -J. W. Suppose troohey, cough syrups, cod liver' .
-dalaer, Econ oa. oil or doctor have all failed, don't; lose ---=-- .. -; !

C.>Btv f'ollcltorA. D, Carmichael, heart or hope Take Dr. King' New Viscovery. '" ,. '. '
CIII"If'J. Satisfaction Is guaranteed when ; AND /;

used for any throat or lung trouble. It has ,
CeuatT Surveyor-Thos.:Collins, Cary ,
vllle, Fla, saved thousands of hopeless 'suflerers. it '
,,Ctunty. Commissioners: masters stubborn colds, obstinate coughs, CHIPLEY] BANNER : : .: "
hemorrhage, lagrlppe croup asthma, bay
;-'J. tit Chairman Vernon.
Simmons :
fever and whooping cough and Is the most
S. W. Bush,
;- safe and certain for all bronchial
':_. F. Evans, Vernon. affections.; GOo, 'remedy 1. Trial bottle free at S. together with the superb alternate FREE OFFERS of UNCLE REMUS'S HOME Mil GiUIJE; or llUi\7.AN. '"

:.:::'J;....Porter Mlllvllle. K. HcGeacby. LIFE; or THE SOUTHERN RURALIST a splendid agricultural!paper;or TALKSFROM FARMED( .75
jJ.T.,High tower, Vernon: H" ; .: ''
School Board; .. 5 55 ,TO' FARMERS, an epitome of farm wisdom, worthiteyv'eig'ht! in gold. Xmrjihoice, of,one, only 4.

.. JI.'Bu Chairman, Orange Bill Diamond Cut Diamond. THE TRI-WEEKLYCONSTITUi' MOVOAY'! Y, THREE
S.J.Gainer; St. Andrew ; .,9' ,. A WEDEESNEWSIES *TTMST'':
".. )!'..Ru iI, y, roon... .-_ ., 'Patrick, H. McCarren," said A WEE. BEST, R3 *

J. T. Brits. Whandle men. He met straightforward ,, .. _.. '
Mayor- :' :
'Marshal-W.D. Peters. : men with strightfor- .,.;-substituted** Weekly Opnatitutlononce a week, with each of the above (except that The Weekly Constitution ,
for the Trl.WeekI1)-all for one year for only $1.40. The Tri-Weekly Constitution presents at thtf *
OJerk and Treasurer-W. W. Cook. ward methods and '
'C..acil-A, D. Carmichael, chairman, trisjfy {nen weeping view isue.the whole area. of events. The news of the country, state, nation, and the world i..*. given in )
he bested wit f5ffiteT7rTcks each complete Each week the departments of Farm and Farmers Woman DeHveryi'fonitry
than Kingdom, Rural Free -
C. ... Dunn.J. K.McGeachy, C.E. Tharp ,
; and other. of wide interest, edited by experts, appeal directly to those addressed. .
S 'V.O"Bu'ter, -- tbe'n. The Weekly Constitution contains all tnese special features and the difference Between itand Tho Trl ti,

'1-, ,"Once' he illustrated his policyto ..1 .':"Wednesday Weekly is that andFrlday.the on. is- issued once 4 week_ (on Monday' only; and the other three times a week-M'on.1ay: )

me with a story. He was like If you want The .Constitution alone, without "
any clubbing offersyou can get The: Til-Weekly Constitution
he said, the rich Peter Higgins. at$1 per year or The Weekly at 50c per year, by; addressing The Constitution, Atlanta! Oa. One
Banner :"When Peter was young and sample copy sent free on request, (jiving with It six of your neighbors.

gay two friends, being hard 'up, The Constitution 'Is".the Paper for Rural Free. Delivery ,Routes

put up a game on him. ,

Chipley, fla: "Peter,' they said, 'you might ,mall A lerviee club of 40 It Ie or the 150 or more will keep an R. F. D route above the minimum average req*' daily t
great news of the
pay us that $2 we.lent you.' Atlantic eeaboard. purveyor whole Southland as good Inv the gulf states as oa the ., ,

Stands f.r the Upbuilding' of "When did you lend- me $2?' Clubbed with The Atlanta Constitution, we have the superb .FREE OFFERS shown from which .
you. mal make your choice of one: ,
said Peter haughtily, ,
I S (1)/ Uncle Home 14agazlDe"o'oun
.T Chipley, "Why, night before last, when ers, author of. Una a Remus folk-lore. lint1 other sketbhes.Joel Chandler is the magazine Harris,the of thee of,all Southland, story writ-it
Is .ho
al broad nation' io
drunk the >ti scope ind its suce B Is confined: to no section. '
you were was reply. ,
(2) .Hamsn Llfe, of Boston MalS..a .
mouHir ,mn/mzloo
Waohington County. of current and Interesting biography,, about '
"Oh, yes,' said Peter. I remember folkspeopl iD the pnbUc.-eY8 now, that you want to know,about and It II! of absorbing interest from cover
to. cover:. De ur8-to subscribe ,now In time 'to I the grcat .
: now;_ But, hang it, paid < (8) 'Talks From Farmers to :: next Issue. ,
And .Florida, FanMTPI, 1\\ "*'l"m of
farm knowledge that should he in
the Lands of
you every practical farmer,
young Ipr The articles have all appeared In Tri.Weekly Con,
"Paid back? When?' ltitutlon under, same title and made ono of the
us Jrentfst features
; :I ; of this splendid farmere'-paper. It will
bermailed to '
yea Immediately .
upon reeeipt of orl1or. ,,
Subscription, $1 Per Year. -, "Last- night,. when, you were (4) The Southern Burallat, one of the best agricultural
drunk. "' 'edited by a farmer ou' "bis,own farm, nnl Is Intensely practical papers and, helpfuh in the louth. It II a sem.monthly'

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of train, automobile or buggy may cause -- t.our'p p r one year, and THE TRI-WEEKLY CONSTiTUTION
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a week for
.w" thai demand Bucklen's Arnica .Salve- Hof onttfrom the'.ioua1tcrn te free one year and your e>selection !
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) / 'For burns bolls for the
/; -. :: ... '." prompt cure results. ; Send.t for only. .1.4O :

<' sorest of all kinds,eczema chapped band combination to once. Get right'on. Don't miss a copy. Address all orders for_ above I i.
and Hp, sore eyes or corns- its 'supreme. .. .
The Banner Burent pile cure. 2Ao_at 8 U: McGeachy. .:5 ;;< dil' '' ,CHIPLEY BANNER'Chipley
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', A fullback In a football team oath
HERE IS THE PROOF -I had the misfortune to..put the ball
: through Ma own goal. Tbla regrettabis -
; error lost his side the game, and
That the best bodybuildingand ha anffered agonies of self reproatb

on the long Journey borne
i strengthening tonic for "I'm no more use than a chocolate

footballer" be said to hla sweetheart.
who had traveled many miles to :see
Delicate Children
him play MA Blip of a boy from school
would bare shaped better than I did.'**
I -15-, "Now George I won't let you Bay 1 J.
,- such horrid things about yourself
declared his loyal sweetheart. "You're MAKE IT DOUBLY EASY FOR YOUR HOR9KS AND DO Bl
4VIIit: P I pfe1d W,'.J10"'lx feular you are. I beard WORK THAN YOU EVES DfD' ,BEFORE BY USING THE ;

a gentleman praising you up to tbi '
skies this afternoon" OLIVER CHILLED, PLOWS
"NeTer!" emphatically exclaimed the i
1 "My 9 :year old' daughter waaMy, two children,who were puny Incredulous ; Beont of the err .eooftotfj....;**fry the p*>nUi. MOMttJw of
weak, mad sand player. OLIVER'S CHILLED MJSTAL.... th. oofraAibw*-aaTpnfo*
j)! pal., had no eppellflA' I eiliiqft rapidly! gritted fle.h and .
;i Ifay. bar Vinol, and ah* b.gan'to atrength when I began to glee thorn HbhpDfUW' 'wuite truer IIbe'said timing qaaUtiw of UM BM UW bo.r4. ;i thrhre at once. She gained rapidly VinoL I proved that Vinol i.a spl.n- proudly, "He said you'd brought his OLIVER. CHILLED PLOW. ere witfcoa exception the
; in ,weight color and atr.aqth.-- tonic for delicat. childre.Mn. ..."- 'club the best bit of luck they'd had forages
:;, .w.a GILMORE.Durand,Micb. Mr.C.ALLEN New Bedford Mat and be heartily wished yon were Lightest Drafty?! Made

Vinol builds healthy flesh jlrfd Wiate* dills little limbs ronnd .playlaf against .them in every matchlM Eithm YOU 'KNOW from adtoal ..priaa what tna OLIVER
up "
-Jtjx PLOWS will do O*you Hav bard your.*i.a.o.Mil about thm.
and plump. Children love to take it. ,
Why Not Get ia Line NOW ? M ;
', We return people's money without question U Vinci Buffoonery In "Hamlet.
: doe not accomplish all we claim for It. Try it. please. The buffoonery one tolerated In'"provincial CHIPLEY HDWE. CO., Chipley, Fla.

S..E. McGcachy& Co., Druggists, Chipley. theaters la Illustrated In'an an,
sedate set forth In the memoirs ot Bar

.., '.\ *> BblttT an. Wright who was the ant
gravedigger prepared himself to take WE _ALSO SELL
the house by storm by baring Incased
oo! occccccecccecccccocccccccccccccceccocccccoceco g
his person within a doses or; more

'f THE SODTilMI} LIFE AND ACCIDENT patterns.waistcoats When of all about sorts of to shapes commence and American Wire i Fencing,

... the operation of digging the graveforthe
fair Ophelia Wright began to unwind -
I. In uranee'. JOD1.p ny, by taking off waistcoat after Made.
The Best
F OFAlarianna waistcoat which caused uproarious, .
laughter among the audience But as
: Florida. fast aa be relieved himself of on* ., i

waistcoat Paul Bedford the second. . .
'I'Inritea your attention to its New Line Policies, ai embodying 'the marl- gravedigger, Incased himself lu the
cutoff vests, which Increased the sit-
alum of practical protectlonat the lowest practical price. A '
remarkablY" ,yes, oC laughter, 'for ,aa Wrlgbt was
R cheap. contract, but save and.conservative and backed by Tioirie capital. getting--thinner Pant grew, fatter end Neat Printing

fatter. Wright seeing himself outdone .
S W. H. MILTON President.Cforso |
PpttoII'' tile remainder ot the Creates a good impression, ) .
JGammon.. Jdhn Milt&n. Jr..W,H. Watson, :K. A. Baltr.U.J. his t"
.IC: 21rook.. J. M. DUloo. H. B.IAwl. John MUtoo.III., waistcoats and went ou with part

eo. 10 !GO d c 'OCOCOOCOCCCOCCCCCOOCCOCOCOOOUnlucky ) Quite crestfallen., Jit among your correspondents'and :

An Awkward SeUollpn. helps to give your business .
Days ''Ahead. I Wireless for Railroads.. The first Baron Keuyou WaR rathe '
fond of telling Che story of bow wbU '" : : '
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Emporia Gazette. I Philedelphia Record. on circuit-wlta Justice flock they entered : prestige.'e :

In a few year's aeroplanes will Wireless '' wilt .a, Tillage.Just In time to accompany -
telegraphy soon the population to the little vil do Neat Printing
be, as. common as automobilesare : '
be employed by the ,Union lage-church. The-.parish clerk anxious i i ,t i, 't- rat
now, and it i is obvious that Pacific Railway for train Signaling to have the congregation show due appreciation Reasonable. trices. V
'the man 6n 'foot will have! little and ather, official bu ines. of the honor conferred by '

show. The auto 'scorcher will i The advantages thereof in a lets'he presence-of gave out two thetdlstlnguUibed,verses of one ju-of ,Banner Jpb 'Office.ITARQUHAR .

be_a harmless individual as compared the metrical "Speak. O y+ .
with the 'spde d'J mahi&e I county of .magt visited iflctnt storm distances Judge .of'the1'earth.',If 'Just your sentence .. .. . .. . .. ,
frequently by are -
be. or must not Innocence appeal -
t overhead.' A man who will take : obvious,, enough. It makes, for to heaven from 'your decree? Your -.I------ -- ,- "- t

to aeroplafafdg-must' be 1 tural1y,1 greater 'safetyin the terrific' wicked hearts and judgments are alike .M CHI1SERY: c'o.
and by malice 8w.7ed, ,eur,arlpl ult'hands .
reckless to begin with, hisrecklessness j ;
winds that blow the
on plains. by: mighty: bribes to violence betrayed.'* 4.7.1 E. Pwy 'Street.JACKSONVILLE. | .. ,
will increase with, When wires 'go down before a By this time most of the adults bad FLORIDA.; ,
each 'fli bt. His boilors will it is business to woke up to the application ot the I J ,
gale risky
keep I $Sveryjthing ,for ,the saw mill and
st.abd, tits"engines will fly to trains The electric psalm and remained slleut. allowing \ ,
; the children to continue the second '
j plaining mill. We-arenow'eeliing
pieces and there will be showers[ waves generated by the aerial '.,...-London 'Tatter, r

of hardware, -and ,big iron castings transmitter,are not affected by ,.- -- ., the well known"Karquhar ;It1iil tlhln.. fu

will hit the man on foot, and the most '' bail Melodrama te Suit the Locality. cry the user! which l 'nieaua;
tempestuous "
In New York-Marry tiie" and give '" '?,i
knock bin into the ground up to and snow signify/; nothing for me tbo.e.papel'llt&ud you will rwrtv'e$5OOAO0'lu 'a,saving( \ ,to our y customers<, I 1 : ,* i t .
biB shoulder blades.. Every time cash. Refuse and I'll loss
them. It will l be 'impossible at
,Large Stock, -Kasj ,Tf rtns, ,
he walks'around the block a fall- yon from the'Brooklyn bridged
times and under all weather
all In Wllkeabarre. lPa.rJUiU you will Send for Catalog, and Prices..,, ,
ing monkey wrench or claw- conditions to transmit messages.It receive seventy acres of richest an ... II.
hammer wiirdot'him: on the bead is claimed that the new sys- thraclte'coal. LRefUae>and,you go Into I. .- '--- --'."-.
sick a coal breaker! Uboosel ,I
and make him and '
weary. tem will effect a considerable In DenTet.-And will receive Y! **) )I :
Another prospective'eviel' is you *) *, .
saving; and one. can well. ,believe 7.000 shares of Dmpate 'gold mining
the'increase of insurance, which that when the' cost of wire and stock worth',tunpste 'dollars,,a /share.Befnae .
) and youwill be c-..-..-rnahed In 3
will enable jo'+ to ptovide for !
the wages of'corpse, ot 'lineman, a stamp mill to p-o-owder! Choose! NOW IS THE TIME'
your widow and children. case all of which will 'b'e eliminated, lnlalem.Tenn.Asdyou'will! receive -

an 'aviator{ ,falls on you and are taken into account. In ''IOJOOO bales xf Oneat', cottou. He-' I ,
and Into the cotton ,gist Tjs1?
Insurances were fuse yon go
you. settled' "-
thickly country, Choose! c .
agents of various kinds are so there are ,many' wireless stations In Notr' trolln.IId ;you will "reeee

thick now tbalTit is impossible ta.. and,there'is a possibility much ,19.oc2tiIs of turpentine. its TO ADVESHISE! ,I:

: avoid them, 'a'-d any scheme tha't. i interference, wireless telegraphy fuse,and+"Poek youabatr6e""bd1Ibd. yIatpslntChoosei ;

threatens to swell their, ranks __
might not be as useful in railroad -' '
should be denounced by press work as out on the wind swept 'PoUon.d'-Wlth Diamond The M '
The Jeweler replaced tenderly In Its bestopportunities are
and pulpit. .
and,, sparsely populated plains. ease the unmounted pear shaped ,dia .
; On the Union Pacific system, mond. T. could 1111 yon with that," NOW is..fvhe best time a
he said. "I conld.poison you with It _
i, ,BoreneM of the tDus dlei, whether Induced however, all' transmission difficulties ,You would die,,ln. a.few.boars." "But ........: _. .... '\ 0 L
by violent exercise or injury, It quickly relieved are said to have been sol diamonds are, not poisonous ''In'deed -- --

by the free application of Chamber ved. they rsrei-ground,np. There,have to advertise. ,
lain' Llolmebt. This liniment equally been number suicides, by diamond -

valuable for muscular rpeumatlsm, and ... dust among 'gem cutters. Swallow If have something to sell; if.
always afford putok: relief.: Bold by City] diamond *- u.t.'''and 'death will ensue you

I' Drug Store: and S Hi: MnOeabby. When the stomach fade to perform 1M very quickly. Tb. ,symptoms will be

______________ function, the bowels become deranged'tbe the same aa though strychnine bad you 'want to buy', something; or if
1 I I liver and the kidney oonl[ ted causing INMuI...: lru." .
And somebody has accused numerous disease" -The'stomaola aDd llr theY.
now NOW
er muat bo restored to a healthy condition Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets you have a. bargain, i.s |
Dr. 'Cook of stealing some ,
and lhamb: rlain's :Stomach: and Liver gently stimulate the liven+ and bowel ,
grammar. la,tl Be re'no limit: to i Tablets can be depended upon 'to' do It. &to expel polaanou latter,ateaaae the system best time to make it kno yn. "

the reckless depravity of this Easy to take and most-efteoiive. Bold by cute constipation and sick headache. ,
City Drug tore and'8 E McOeaeby. Bold by'Ulty'Drag:Store sod 8'K.Moaeaeny;
man., Don't fail to see us "bout. your .

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James. A. Patten is still'a greatfinancier'but Senator Lorimer has satisfied .,R'.':'I'e'c' SCARLETT, Spring .Advertising this week.' 'If :

himself that everything is. all '
be is not infailable, Public.'Real !

'says the Birmingham Age Her right about buying that Senatorial ." : Notary., you want '" '
.. It 'remains now tobring' I. -;*. .
; aId. Certainly 'not. It fact, he seat. only S r :
<< Americans Estate Handled. ,
some 90,000,000 -
was 'In bad" a few days ago, to fR

the extent of two'millions.' around, to his point of'view, ;:Collections.a specialty.. The anner 'can Get :it for' ;You.. r

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Office"" b first National Bank. .
Has Rooseyelt realized his mis .. '- .. ., '

I,i take? inquires 'c ntempory: ? ing The, to do weather a single keeos thin 'the'weath-on refuS- SFor Over'Fifty Years. '***** **,

.. Well,anyway, he has realized the It. vIt'alwaysturns J i t' i i -, I' j '. "
bureau tells to _
er :
!* Wtmitewa doottalao Surup
;; mistakes of ever so many. otherI' .. ..' Baa twnawxl* tor....*.FIFTY. YEARS by MIL. ,IF YOUWANT"NEAT, JOB-PRINTiNG' 1"
,, ... a people. ;-,, _' .- ,.. ::1"s .,-' u I.... r .'. ." .. LIONS WHILE:'MOTHERS'I'1iE'.E'HING."wltb Sir PERFECT 8UC- : t: "'
' "' 7 out that anAmerican tho GUMS,..ALLAYS PAIN:CURES WINO 'I
QOLIC. aadtattwbwtremadrlorDIARRHaiAIk44 "L i ,. t
..?' I I'f' _Take;Rbe Banner and, keep-up bov.isin i the centre of by Dr".-l t ,ia Ter7 partol Uw world ,Be ) '
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'.''t .. sun and amktor Mr*Wlo k>w'.Soothln.Syrup" R.
.,;, with the times.. ." '. ", :_r"'" these.,international troubles. and taM 00 other kind. K.. botu... .. '
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JIlt '' friends in Vernon this week. ," -i ., .
CblpteY"FI..r' J .' .{' ,'rv'}: ;...i". "","1:. )\"
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WA..TBR W. JOftBtttntarad .;.fCditir. Mr. Moore is taking a much "< '
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needed vacation. His i {
at th* portoffic at ChlpUy.Fla.. M many .* !

eec a4 CUM mUl watts.SUBSCRIPTION. friends hope for a speedy returnof ,,::...: \ .... ... .. ;
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health. .a1>.1'" .'1:' :'f:,;;
BATES: ,,.' "' .. "\' sr ]
OHM YBAB... ..............:... ....'1.00 ', ;" 1-,: ;,'%t' -
six M01lTS.! ...... .. ..... ........ .BOTHBXK Mrs. F. H. Rhodes chaperoned ":." ':{',1\<;, < ',.

MOHTR8,............... ... 'SS a jolly crowd to the Gulf Sat- ', I.r<;, .., ,.",, ,\\1 j- '' ., ".I;; / : ,.'/
th''k: .J
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? evening and of hada ''o\O .I. 1our '
urday course
a, wdvartklaeratsfsrai.hdo.application., jolly time.Southport. 1; '1, Let lis'siiow you .samples'and. take ; ",. : w I

Communications( on live; tonics; especially ,,, ...
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is fast to
: of local Interest, are solicited. Ii forging I.
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Is understood however, that the publish- -
of Tag BAXHEK will not be responsible the front in more ways than' one, .': .. ; ;
for opinions expressed by correspondents as the ice cream social of last 4 .measure foE ir2'.piece ,linen or }lightjcoli ;, < -,> :

Thursday evening plainly shows I r'1Sn '. ''/" ,. r. ." tS.m t.
TTB BANKXB: want a lire representative ',. ., "
and correspondent at liberal what is in store for the .people, .. .. i ,1 ,'."- "' P:
In the county, and will make arrangements j /I
with the rUrt parties. for through the efforts of Messrs. -/# suit so you" can KEEP COOL. '

John Taylor and Early Tillman, . ... "
I' .-JIr9 assisted by' the Misses Delia ,':t\. ., ..

I Harvey, Faye Rhodes, Flora An- m,,'T\*, rN'I'' -I'. rV>: '.., .. .." ,. --i |
Ninety-one years ago the first .
derson and Pansie Tiller, who ; 'i ,4 *

steamship crossed the.rAtlantic, desirous of making' W* & Dekle Co. .
leaving trom Savannah. were a remaining 1 : :.. Campbell : ', ';: I '4'" .,

.. J payment on the church \' -, \ ,?J; f ",nU ,..vr... ...-...". ,Y

organ. After due deliberation, 1'u... .' "
It is regrettable that nearly all the idea of asocial presented' itself \'.. \...tlI. I;, ...,.. .... ....... ,' .
cool ..;. j.. ;, I '.i .. \ ,, ,
of the pleasant ways to keep. \ I;, '" wn.t t. 1 ..j' o s wyvs
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ia not work, this'weather.'f> and acting upon the resolu- 11 .. \ 'i ;:I.' '. ..' -:!

.. tion, the new store building was ." '\.I"liIWt.\ '!:..: .", ","- ;">:J. .' ..... ,lJ--." .. "J
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secured for that Ear- ,
purpose. : .
It is more or less doubtful' as ly" Thursday morning, these .,,- ... ', '\., ."aY. '" .. "
to whether or not the cost of living -
workers repaired to the woods
can go higher than the. mer ...
for decorations 'and by four i 'I, ,\I: ..rl$ {k
cury. a.- o'clock, this plain wood buildingwas ,.

The suggestion that "Mr. converted into a vefitible

Roosevelt will take the stump"* is fairyland and with 'the soft electric -

JL. trifle confusing. Seems as if lights which were there

he took it about'eight years ago, through courtesy of the South- UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. Florida State College For Women '

and still has it. port Lumber Co., made a scene GAINESVilLE TALLAHASSEE USE FENOLE'

.. long to be remembered. ,
A Superior But Inexpensive iMtltirtiM for 'Collereof Art and Sciences.. Normal School.
Upon entering this artistic Florida'YOMJ MeL School of Music.ScHool 01 Art. School of Expres:
,. It is said 15,000,000 words Four agricultural experiment: station sion.School 01 Home Economic
woodland one felt so cl'se to nature colleges extension.! 46 and awl.t-: First claw equipment throughout. Tuition The
were spoken during the recent University prafoMoro free. Other expenses very low. For Information OnJy.Stainless'
,ants. 80 per cent Increaee in attendance',laet '
session! of Congress. Congresswas that her heart throbs were year. Attractive buildings and campus. Forcatalogae addreoa. .
addreaa- A. A.IWI.IEI.PraiUMt. EDWAlD CONUDI Prtrideil.S '
almost perceptible; and when Disinfectant :
almost as great a word mill ,
the strains ot an orchestra burst
as was Reno, Nev.; Trouble. ., Germicide .1
." Forth from behind a screen of ,

said thfs is Don't trouble trouble A V! .' .Insect Destroyer' .
The Washington Herald truth palms we "surely you j ; ........i

fully says that no one, cares .a paradice," for did not the woodland 'Till trouble troubles you, -. 11'

hang what happens to the' .1 'sugar' fairies appear with trays of Don't you'look'for trouble ; t ,
We will send the Banner free for
trust, knowing well enough' that delicious cream and cooling Let trouble.look for you.Don't No Insects .

nothing will happen. drinks that rivaled the sweetest you,borrow'sorrow, the term of this school to .

.. .. No Germs
nectar brought from the east. .
You'll surely have your share, To Every White TeacherIn

The Department of ..Agriculture Yes, the fairies carried traysof He who dreams of sorrow*' i

will conduct a model dairy cream until the coffers were Will find that sorrow's, there. Washington CountyWho No ..Disea'se''Where

i farm in Maryland. Now is the well filled and in the "we small

a time for cows intending'to get a hours" they ,returned to their Don't you hurry worry, will' send 'us the news of Fenole is Used..

situation there to prepare for the sylven glades to return again By worrying, lest it comes; their community each week, .or
To is to .
civil service examination.Dr. when the people of Southport flurry worry, two weeks at least. .
every "
'Twill miss! if you're Quarts 75c. _
mum. ,
demand something more of this .
Correspondents may write on:
Wiley, the Government profitable, refined and artistic If care you've got to carry,' ": Gallons, $2.50. '

Chemist, says there is nothing nature. <. Wait till its at the door,' any subject of general interest.
5 Gallons $12.00. ., ,
especially dangerous in kissing.' Yes, the<<; children were and For: he who runs to meet it, Our only request is that they refrain '

.:',. Some of the summer girls will their pleasure -planned in ad-. Takes up the load before.It from using' the name of any 10 Gallons, $22.50.. .

forgive the good doctor now for vance. In one corner of the minding will not mind it, person in a way calculated to give The Hdw. Co.Chipley

the mean things he has said about woods screened by trees and Then better not to mind; offense. Chipley .

ice cream soda. shrubs, .a fish pond furnished The best thin? is to end it- Fla.'
i .. amusement, and the laughter of Just leave it all behind. Let us Hear ,

W" children made the "welkin '
y' The Wind and Our,I Nerves. ring. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Who feareth, has forsaken,
'i. Tiny sail boats came to the sur- From You. Department of the Interior,
The east winds'hng the earth face and were fished sur- The Heavenly Father's side; U. S. Land Office at Gainesville Fla.

( .1.l more closely and gather moisture prised and delighted children; What He hath undertaken We'.Jan11h News Notice la hereby given that June Lewis 11, 1910.E.

dust and bacteria. They He surely will prott Carter of Notes *!'la., who, on November
even sea kittens and dolls that: -- 10th 1904 made Homestead Entry. No.
are cold and humid; ,altoge'tberr" looked like' mermaids The birds r 35222(Serial No. 03055)for n ,
as they. very, / ---- nJtf of nw"tf, Section 20 Township 1

forming an enervating influence emerged from the glassy pool; a I ith alftheir: 'biTVP'Y song; Notice of Application for Tax Deed. North, Range 15 west Tallahassee' Meri-
dian, has filed notice Intention to make
on human and animal life and polar bear who strayed frojrv,m The very flowers teach thee, purchaser Notice Is of hereby Tax] Certlllcates given that T.Nos.C. Jones final five year proof. to establish claim to
31, 32.
; rendering it susceptible to the icy haunts, was capjhare"aralso; a That fretting is.a,wrong. 34 U..1908 and 30 has, dated tiled the said 1st day of June, A. Clerk the land of the above Circuit described Court at before Vernon the,
disease germs which the "winds' certificates In my Florida on the 87th day of July 1910.
; } soldier who yatttedin his tin ar- Cheer office, and baN for tax
the chirpeth Claimant W. M.
up sparrow deed to Issue In accordance names a witnesses:
I\V arry and disseminate. with law. Bishop F. Carter, of Notes Fla., T
mojiCrtfrayed into the line of the Thy Father feedeth !Said:' certificates embrace the following ,
me; J. Forehand, of Nornm. Fla., Emanuel
; The cool northwest described
; pure situated In
;iI' property Washing(
enemy and was taken prisoner. Think how much He careth, ton county Florida! towlt: Brown,of Vernon, Fla:
," 4a;time from a r 0 dry neJi of new" Sec i4.'Tp. 2 HENRY H. CHUBB,
Altogether the children voted it north Range
O lonely child, for thee! 14 West.8w3j Ed fee paid. Register.
1L e ec rl ed air where ozone the best time they ever had and "' of ew3,", Sec. 14, Tp. !2 North, I
eigistsa0in comparatively large 'Fear'not:, the flowers whisper," Range 14 West. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
next time stand where
may we neyt of ne"', tee. 18, Tp. 2 North Department of the Interior,
Since thus He bath
.quantities. They are invigorating. the,waves of the beautiful bay arrayed, Range/ 14 West. U. S. Laud Office at Gainesville Fla.! ,
The buttercups and daises W) of w34. Sec. 20. Tp. 2 Noah June :25, 1910.Notice .
The framework of'nerves '
laps the shores and fish toys from: I Range: 1-1 West.. la hereby given that James M.
in the human being: is like a delicate the of its How canst thou be afraid? The said land being assessed at the Simmons of Vernon, Kla., who, on Dec. -**-
depths waters.
date of the Issuance of inch certificates 21st, 1903, and April 4. 1910, made H. E. ,.. j
electrical apparatus, 'the Unanimous praise is bestowed. 1'hen.don't; ,you,trouble.trouble. In the names of Unknown Unknown No. 83456 Serial NO 02271 and II. E. Se- '
Mary F. Chestnut and Coleman Robins rial No. wk nek of
06607, for of nwj.
nerves being the-wires and the on the above mentioned young i Till trouble trouble you;' reljectlvely. nwJl and nw3 of sw f, Section 30,Township
brain and ganglia receiving and You'll double trouble Unless such certificates shall be redeemed 2 North, Range 14 West, Tallahassee -
for their only
yeople unremitting efforts -i according to law. tax deed will Meridian has filed notice of Intentionto
distributing centers. and'"good will." And trouble others, too. A.issue D.thereon.on 1910. the 83nd day. of August make final five year proof to establish
claim to the land above described, before
Every one knows that a telephone ., ... (Read Vincent Witness my official signature! and seal the Clerk of the Circuit Court at ;Vernon,
works better on a clear by Bishop in this the 16tl day of July, A. D. 1910. Florida,on the 17th day of Auxust. 1910.
; Gen. Manager Stores of the InterState Talks of Secrets' 'of-.the' -Inner Washingsoncounty V Y, Claimant names as witnesses: George
dry day than on a wet,_ muggyone. Cllt. Ct. Ct. Florida.! J I I F. Oalner,Boyd Cox, M.' W Widener .
fair, Pensacola, writes Life.)-By, Mark Guy Pearse. Jake Green, all of Vernon Fla.
The moist atmosphere lessens NOTICE FOR 1
that.while be has,received a number Ed lee paid. Register.NOTICE .
vitality. The nerve jvlrea of for ...,..!. NN ..N U. S. Land Department of the Fia.
requests premium lists Office at Gainesville, .
grow placid and heavy. The -i. July 16tb 1910.! : FOR PUBLICATION.Department .
from this county, lie thinks there' :r a: Notice Is hereby given tbat Wilham b1
1 : of the Interior
messages become confused. must be a large number of progressive :::.: S ti I'= .i Hendrix of Sexton, Florida, who on U. M.Land Office at Gainesville Fla.
Hence low spirits, melancholia, i L.I.I 0 1 iSSi, 1006, made Homestead Entry July 2nd, 1910. .
distorted mental outlook, faulty farmers who have copies IaJ t t1 t1IIH No. (Serial No. 03434) for nej*. Section I :Notice U hereby given that Augustus
i 31i
: 1 i1 ,. Township. 2 North Range 13 D. Avlrett, of Youngstown Florida who
assimilation. disease..A of it, and be making preparations Ml tic of, intention make finalafiveedyear on September 3rd 1903 made Homestead
prolonged calm means lack' for an exhibit. : j proof to establish to claim fand sea No. 33790(Serial No. 03113)) for nX
to the of and nK of BW&, Section 1. Town-
of ventilation on a great scale. I .. : .. at above Vernon.desCribed Florida, before the County JudSe ship 1 South: Range 12 West, Tallahassee
The winds serve to mix in nor p-SjiJj on the 2nd day of Meridian has filed notice of Intention' to
which Don't fail to see that new' line September claimant 1910. I make final live year proof, to establish
mal proportionsthe gases I I names as witnesses John
: claim to the land above described, before
compose the atmosphere, and in of buggies, at Dunn Hdw Co. James W. Taylor Thomas John, Dallas Finch I Amos E. Lewis. U. S. Commissioner at

this way they are ,conductive: to For ,Salt. One Payne all of lJElfBY Sexton S.J'la.VHURB! Marlanna, Florida, on the 10th day .of
good, large, ff August 1910. '
health up to a certain point. Be- I' ReKlster. Claimant name aa witnesses: C. MeInnts -
yond about twenty miles an hour young mule, good qualities, good d. I 1- A. M. Sinclair of Younastown: ,

their influence begins to be un- condition; will sell cheap, as I i..E. Mason fruit jars, jar tops and A Flu.vlrett, A, of L.vHarrla.Mill villa;'of Fla.:Nixon Ii la., E .f

favorable.. ; I"; J1I': I no" use for. him.. -?T.'C. Jones., ANM, !jar rubbers at Schell,& Co's. Ed.fee paid. HENRY.."S", CHUBB Register1.. ::_ '

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I Of description from the .
every cheapest FARMERSl

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: goods to the best that is made.

j Bowls and Pitchers, I Water Coolers Springs for double and single I

r" t. I > I beds ZItiI ........

Table Sets I Refrigerators, I Mattressses, all sizes {Land ... ': \
: grades, "
.. An Pair i ,

i Lace' Curtains, Portiers, Bed' Spreads, Window Shades Window Shade Pulls, ; Agricultural .

III Picture Hooks, Trunks, Suit Cases ,,,.., .. :,.
Hammocks, Art Squares, Rugs, Matting, Telliscopes Rockers. 1 ..' 1
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will be ,held in Chipley this fall : < ,
Baby Carriages Go-Carts, and Baby Walkers. L .' : i

;' We ask that' give us"a call al tlTtt.|, and on you, to a very large extend, :
you |ve will take pleasure in showing you through. our stock.If .f'\

.. its anything? id house furnishings you want we have*them at prices that will suit you. depends its success.." :

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THE FURNITURE MEN"Chipley" Every farmer in Washington. Jackson : .

Florida. :' and Holmes 'counties is requested to plant :!, ..

; something, especially .prTto> collect'ah, exhibit -' : :"ti

from 'his farm 'to bring to the fair. 't1
Nothing Was the Matter."A The Monkey and the Pie. .Bursting Balloons *
newsboy I knew" said a yachtsmen An Indian faker had a monkey that The greatest danger of a high ascent ........."'...._- 9 f.'il
'"toot' to the" sea. He became be had brought up from babyhood In a balloon Is 'concerned with the )
o cabin' boy on'8 tramp collier. lie was says an English writer. The pair were'' changing density. of the atmosphere.On No country on earth can beat this particular ''i:.!
fast friends" the faith .
a good boy but- monkey being a the ground the atmosphere presses
{'Once, when our wblte squadron' ful attendant on his auisier and as' on the balloon with a weight of about section if will put forth just a I : .
was iat' Newport,, this. collier uteulueUln good as a watchdog. One day the fifteen pounds for every square Inch you
[ her slow way shoreward with her faker made a pie for dinner and 'left' of Its surface As the balloon rises little extra .effort. Won't do .it1 : '
; you
ensign unelde down, tbe signal of dis", It-to cook on a charcoal Ore while he however 'the air grows thinner and ,

tress-dlstrells' the direst. Instuutly went for a walk. As the cooking pro Its pressure 'becomes In consequence ;. --.................... ; ,
a pretty sight was to be seen, Kvery ceeded the savory smell was too much less and 1.... As the pressure of the.. .. -
warship In the fleet lowered a lifeboat, for the monkey. It raised the crust outside atmosphere decreases the .bal- I : Chicken '
add all of those beautiful snowy bcmtH, and, tasted the chicken 'finding the loon expands and tf the ascension Is 'TI.e' Cattle and Hog raisers and :

manned by -Jackles la spotless whIled food very tasty, it ate.morelod more made too rapidly or without sufficient ,
ck, raced for the grimy old collier until nothing but the crust remained. care the gas Inside the silk envelope fanciers are.also requested, yes urged, ;:
al| breakneck speed--a pretty sight indeed Then It remembered Its master, who will expand until the balloon bursts '
t : The captain of the collier stood would shortly return hungry and readyto But the, bunting of a balloon In mid- to get, their favorites ready. for the fair.. ; ..
J oq the bridge. He waved hIS bat, and enjoy his meal. What was to be air is by no means necessarily a fatal ',' .
the ci ws'puli d all the 'faster. As done? The sharp eyes of the monkey catastrophe. Every balloon Is provided ---"'- ;
r 'they drew close they beard the 'man's detected some crows not far away, so with a "ripping cord" which, when "
cries/ 'without loss of time It lay down on palled cuts a long rent in the envelope The. premiums is,. .
't ome' onl! Pulll! Get down to Itr the ground as If dead. By and by a out of which, the gas speedily escapes. A every
t -he roared, dancing about wildly. crow'came along .and pecked at the The silk"bag Is then carried by the air '
'Whats the matter captain the monkey which seized the bird In a Into the upper portion of the, netting, department will be just. as :
first officer'to reach the collier asked twinkling, strangled It. stripped off the where. la. .the .majority of cases It 1m&
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breathlessly, feathers placed. It In pieces to the forms a parachute and brings everything I" ir'- 'io.
,'. tClWhy, nothing'* the matter,' the dish, covered It over with the eras safely to .earth.: liberal as the mean of t h : ."
captain answered In a surprised voice. and then contentedly awaited the repturn -
''Then .why's your ensign upside of the faker to whom tbe whole Doubtful Praise. f".n ,' '

r' down? incident was related by an eyewitness. Mr. Faxon-- was'toeoldestpatronofthe : Fair 'managers.will peririit. jj i .
"'::0 "The captain looked aloft, ttten "select boarding house" In whichhe .,. .
;i frowned.. Loft Handed Vituperstiveo. lived and his landlady sometimes --." --.. ..... --- ,
.: '. 'It's that boy Hank again,' said be.. Most counties In England have their referred people to him for a recommendation &tl.. .-.........&..__':" .,.' ,
;:c 'And here I thought It was a regatta. Idiomatic expressions to denote left of her table. His wish was "
handedness, and they are often prefixed to praise the food highly, as be could : ; :: : 1. .
'- Light and .Dark Cigar to the unfortunate left handed conscientiously do but ODe day he Raise, Somethingfor -"* .
n A striking example of ''the ordinary child's name. In London the .term Is overstepped his mark*. .
smoker's Ignorance on the subject of tack handed, the word being also "I'm dyspeptic sir" said a man who ;; I
smokes Is the popular superstition that'dark equivalent to awkward. In Lanca had gone to Mr. Faxon to make In., \" the-- Ii f ,
looking cigar Is stronger than n hire It Is k-pawed, In Yorkshire gal. qnlries about the boarding house, "and ,. '., ,- I
lighter colored one. Some strong cigars lock or gawk banded an expression my food has to be simple and well 'I, '. ......:. ... .
have dark wrappers but the dark dating back to at least the seventeenth rooked-no high seasoning, no Indigestible : S
wrapper does not by 'any means-Indl; century. In Derbyshire are used the compounds.: l.'* t {
cate a strong cigar Dark, gummy tobacco terms keg banded, cork handed and I Mr. Faxoa looked, at him with .a "F A I R/V ,, i'1 1 j;
If thoroughly cured the mildest corky handed, while in the Teesdale r bland and reassuring smile. ,-
form. Off course tf dark tobacco is district cuddy handed is common and "My dear sir" be said In his most '. ..<1 1i
(i ", not thoroughly cured it will be strong In Nottinghamshire wallet handed.In 'Impressive manner, "you need have DOtean ,i r'; '( ..', "If'....! "" "t t, ',. I
but so will.light tobacco for that"mat- tbe'south 'of England .special ;: All Ii, have eaten In the ten .. :
' "/0"-" ter. 'Any cigar man wUl bet you that terms to denote left handedness are,, years I have been under Mrs. Brown's j
,'.f { the dark color Is usually,. though not also found. In Dorset' It IM: scrnme roof would not Interfere with ,the digestion : ,{ 1
, t .. always, a sign of a' ripe, well cured handed and In Devonshire conchy of the most; delicate baby, sir mm ;;"frI' ', I J
: .. leaf, which is therefore milder nine banded. In Scotland we find gawp In tM Jua4." ,
.,;;: times out of ten than the lighter bued handed and in the west en" wry handed.In ,
:: leaf. But when it is known that every Ireland a left handed man l Is called I
I 'r: manufacturer makes both- dark and a klthogue. Tim Healy used this word
.'. light cigars and that he uses exactly in'a speech at East Wickiow In< whichhe i&!
\Il .. the same blend of filler In both'and said that Mr. O'Kelly could tight
his left hand and had already
.f. that the wrapper only constitutes a with
mall fractional part of the cigar It Is given his opponent some "kltho 1Ie :*
\'r: clearly 'seen that the shade of the that would spoil his political beauty ., i.

''f ::i,'\ wrapper has little to do, with the during the contest.-London Chronicle-: .. ; .. : .,1 ,
.; :. strength of the cigar. Ask the)dealer ., .. .
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\. for a strong cigar. He bands out a Rebuked the Biehop. ,
r,;; dark.. one and the Imagination does The bishop of Petersburg, England, .. .. ) ,I\": ( ', 0 .
, :. \1 the rest Harper's Weekly. la a great motorist and is also a ". .1, t. -- -

It. ",:.].: stanch teetotaler and thereby hangsa .. \ I
f.' How 8pld r. Undr. tale. On one occasion, while out'ln / '. Do You Wemi
j,. It Is an Interesting sight Indeed, to his car, the chauffeur ran short of t ,
.' '}. watch a spider change Its skin and petrol and applied at .a public house 'I ,
..;", fl one that will well repay any one fore for some more. The publican 'came I : ...
I.r I, th time taken up by waiting for the out .and, seeing the bishop In 'his "
:' little known-generally, speaklngII episcopal dress in the car said: "Yes, "
II.r," event to .take place. When preparing I've .got plenty "of petrol but I don't E3igE3ar gins ,
\',,:" for the change the spider stops eating sell it to tbe likes of them what never .
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I i;: for several days and makes his preliminary buys my. beer." i' 'I '' ...
;1 :" arrangements by fastening ,.

''f ii ${ himself by a short thread of web to Making Herself at Home. .., .........., ..__, .... IN. ," i I' -
/ one of the main lines of his snare, this Last summer five-year-old Lola's aunt f .
::' > to hold him firmly while be proceeds week with them. -
; came to spend a, tf l .J It .' to undress. First the skin cracks all "Now aunty." said: Lola, "you must '
. held only by 'Clothing Shoesnd Hat nl.i i, '
round the thorax being make yourself at home. .f ,! :
". the fore Next the lower part of I .. .v11i ,IFlCI ll l il .
I : part. "How can I do that dead)? queriedher .
the body Is uncovered and then comes aunt. / I ,
the straggle to free the legs. Heworks "'Vhy.,.- answered Lola 'you can rt .. ;
'II- and kick vigorously seeming. and work.Chleago ao TO ; _._ w _.._, ...... ,..._ ..... .. '.
:. pitch in help mamma i ...- ----.'.- ,., "., "., .-.- .
I: to have a very hard time of It. Fifteen News. : .
minutes of continued perseverance I I .. .... ,.. .' -.. -II II'
: however brings pim out of his The Flnlehep : 'n-: .. 1!. ;: : -rj-: : M
old dress, the struggle causing him to Lawyer-What Is your occupation? JVUnGfain, : Q

appear limp and lifeless for some- .time Witness-I'm a piano flnl..ber. Law : .: Qt ; :' : 11;
after It Is finished.w yer-Be a little more de nlu.. Do yoq r : ,tt ,\ ;'-ft
polish them or move them?-BostonTranscript. .t, .t. ". .. <.nlbll", "'"" ;e'fLIf..I"1' _, 7 .'"".
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political antagonist la calling J I'- : PJ .-' .... .1".

yon every name be can think of," said. The Gossip. .... ....
the agitated friend. Nell She's an awful gossip. She /: .' .
"Don't Interrupt him." .answered tells everything she hears. Belle-Ob, "' ::

Senator Sorghum. "It la better to have -she tells more than that.-Philadelphia : A

a. man searching' the dictionary for ; Kecord., ; ... I r .
, epithets(ithanf&oIng1attet ;your record : !
for fmctM-tWashlagton Btarj unjust; 'mr "j'Do :
not make gains. .. .'
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W. L. DOULyX3.OO ,. Transferred. Anatomy. Don': t, 'lUlI ,a:,. ".t... ;'., ne.F-irst Nafional'J3"ank,?

Now comes a doctor, a vivisectionist ." I ,. OJPDesignated PItNSXCOLK, FJ.'X. -; !'7i
$3.50,84.00' I \
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X5.6O who claims that he has You 'Will Make No Mistake '".ifI '
&. Depositary or the United tate.. t
successfully taken a liver from ', You Follow Thrt Atvice.,. -i ,
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one' dog and transferred it to ,.r'ti" Oldest and large Bank In un, We.t Jflorlda. :; '
Never ktdneya.If ; '
tat lathi World neglect your 1680. .. t'
He has also OJBCKAJKTIZEP:: 3.0. :
another dog removed -
UNIONMADE you have pain In the back. urinary ,

Jeff from: a doc and successful ,disorders, dizziness and tnervou+ Capital Half Million Do1IarS.Sttrplua i::,t:

Boys' | grafted, it on another dog. ness, ,}Its time to act and no time to ex- '
I and Undivided, .1OOOOO.Interest '
Shoes These experiments: are said to< perlment.. These are all symptoma,tf 4 i '" i' .

$2.00 be of great benefit to science and kidney troubles, and you should seek Paid in Savings Department at late of 4 per cent per Annum., 4..; s,,:Jy. .''
a remedy which la known to cure the 1 !!1 "
ontf$2.BO r to liumanity in general. The< The Bank i :<
kidney ... First: N 'tlonol | ,{
medico has a collection of dogs! ;Doan'a Kidney.'PlUaJa,)he. rented '
Putt Color 1,N.b UfH" in his operating'room which have< to use. No need tq experiment. It t

W. L Douglas .sho.s. .,the low .* has cured stubborn case. in this W. K. HTBH.JH.,President W. S. Xnua, VIc-Pro ,;
r many
legs,, livers and other organs W. J.FORBES. Cashier. Tnoa. W.BKKNT' Asst.Caaht r. VT. N. HOBMTS. Ass.Coshler
Prtc*.quality considered, in the*r rULTheir vicinity. Directors-F.C.Brent W. A.Blount W.S. Key_, Wm.H. Knowles. W. K.' PI1 co 1 t"
__neDt style, easy.flttta*'.... tbatHare 'not. .their own. There Can Chipley resident! if jnand fur- W. J. Forbes. Knowles Hver. Thor W.Brent. '
long wearing qiMOitfo. xcl IBOM of is not a whole dog in the collection ; }, /
ther proof than that contained In the<
other mak If bar beea
** yon paying
high prlc.for your -, Urn I all of the canines being aid following testimonial OO'LS i i
you D....a.pair give W.L.Douglas ak..s to have parts not originally Mrs. W A. Laird, of 'DeFunlal : W. B. MILTON, M. L. DEKLE, F. M. N.

triaL You can save money on your Springs, Fla., : "My. JUt1,j> : President.
footwoar and get oboes that are ju.t as theirs. says oJl': I :
injured hi. back while playingabou Natii;; ; : : -
In' thoe that haM 'Ba'-k1
Loon srvery way a. Tb A<:tor's, .work; mayas be First :
eating you higher orient. of two:, years ago, and; after that, ; he hat' : -.
U you could visit our large faetoriee. has stated, be great benefit to considerable trouble getting up and

at Brockton.Mast and see for yourcelf, mankjpd! bujit is hard, for th'e down stairs ,on: account.ot pains MARI1tNNA. FLA. .
how carefully.W. L. Dongla ahoee are) y
mad.,you would then understand why average layman to comprehend through his loins. We gave him everything )

they hold their shape, fit better and just what practical value thedoctor's that came to our attention, bu $50,060.00 I .
war longer than other make he grew no better. When I saw D anJ.Kldn" .; Capital ,;

QA.....914)r d-bMtOm InferiorT.II.w. k to DOOB 11I'O_1u aha_....aDd.(...prtee.sstat. ...........Ulu .. experiment will have. v Pills so highly 'adv, rtjUe4, ..I ; Solicits Accounts of Banks, Corporations, Firms and Individuals. .:3\ i -
.. ,.. ..... If a man has troublesome corns
If W.L.Dourrl .bo an for hi.III,au procured a box and b fran .q"'nJt11ef9to to offer
.4i Our In business enables us *
Iy dWty,wrt..for 11.U Order a&alo.W.J.DtwI.s. v twenty years experience the banking
PkeoLW D.JI.MA,-IGZ-.La aT--- oqbjaifS t,he= wpuld\ ,, no, doubt, him.., -.ItrequiredbuaewoseeSiodispose ; ; best.banklngrfacllltles of any bank,in Weat Florida. We,also,have af

Campbell & Dekle Co. b .willing)! to exchange his whole of" ,the pate:! and.r.u.m he now feels rutty equipped Savings Department in which'we pay interest 6n deposits. Ac.'1.1*, -" .
better'in'every'wayt am-ieryg"yraLefill counts by mall handled as easily as by personal interview. '
,-- .. leg for one which had no corns .Send ua your business., -
for the ben
to'Doan's Kldney'Ptlls
Is Your Property For Sale* .. qn.the toes connected ,to,it. But efit they brought, son.'. F. M. COLQON, Cashier.
my ,
if the doctor could removed '
The Chipley Board of Trades For sale by all dealers.: Price; tSO ,-. ,-- ---.
the troublesome leg, and sub- cents. Foster-MilburnCo.hBgfalofNew ,

receiving many inquiries for the question is York, sole agent for the United "
situtf, anptbe ,, have it. Write ..
If it is want we
homes, farms, stock lands, etc. woufd"the State. .. Machinery you
where ,other leg come HI"; '
If you have such; property; for fromThere are 'not many Remember' the, name-Doan' : -an< us for.catalogue, prices and terms. -

sale or rent, in the county, or in ,neopletwho would want to trade take no other.Th., MALSBY COMPANY. .

or near Chipley, and will Rive 'usa a orless or a goutiess foot 'for Jolly .1.-:.....:
full description of it wit. i 41 South Forsytli Sf. ATLANTA 'GA.
we one which was afflicted wjth "Mr. Middleman, Ah d alr s to propound .

undertake to help you find a.buyer! either of the ec. )t lplaints. a question." We sell the,following 1 well-known goods: American,
Please size location "Very well Mr. 'Jfambo/: and Smith & Schnier SawMills
state and 3 .. .. Hench & Dromgold Geiser "Peerl ss, Myers
"Why do'dey designate Q.t baiautlftilsouthern ): "Peerless and Houston .
Geiser ,
distance In all sizes and capacities; Erie City,
,from town; tin vegetable 4b val rcDoloar'"Thata in all sizes Challoner,and Perkins
*Teethlig bildren have more or le*. diar- as, > Stanwood & Gamble Engines and BOi ers ;
cultivation and timber; numbei rboqa, which can be controlled by'glvinc easy Because It makes your i Shingle Machinery; Band Saws, Edgers, Grist Mills, "Peerless"Threshers
mouth water""Nowhar Planers,Steam Feeds,and various other Machinery, Repairs and Mill Supplies.We I
and condition of buildings water .
;. GbMuberlala' Ooll i-Cholera and DJarfhoea near de a.wer. IrVcaUeii! can furnish you the best.Machinery on the market and at the same ,i

,supply, fruit stock, etc., naming Remedy. All that U necessary U to ab watermelon becase yo' cat, It In:de time, save YOtlmoney. We have no branch house. 1
the dose after each
give prescribed operation
r' the lowest price and terms and spring."
of the bowel. more than natural nod -
"Speakln' ob de spring reminds m'f/*
mail or send into, UUBB ea tqr pU to cleanse the system. It .
broke In the other end man. oie l I
THE BOARS TRADE Is safe and Bold by City Drug Store CITY 'SHOP.
daddy went but to git .semi water oneday We promptly obtain U< 8'twcUoreip .
and S E MoOeeohy.A
i an' he done fell In ah '."
pJiipley1Fla e ,
., r "Was he drowned"'

."$ "He warn't zactly drowned, but It POTENTS No Waiting., _

!' fcEUCTMCIANUit MSCH AMICli On Keeping One'LTemper.Eylctetus. done killed him."

/ Lean magBrin about*fao tocMclty.mybodjrll thJ .! > "That's, strange. '.He fell In the spring bend model,iketob or photo of Invention for 3 Barbers 3
\oonlaa;adeaic*.and howl IUM and was killed r* reereport on patentability. For free book '

AND Simple,6.prao1ninpson ., ,, /f PJipb be of an an- TTessah." :- .... Peotewtu:enntf BADE-ILIA KS 1 r10i Everything! Up-to-Now.' ,
4e. M.d "But he.'WaltD di own d1N... -
r CNQN .d.loCop.a Pub.WDaya.Oa.| gry temper, do not fee.d.",the '"No,aab." Shave, .....r. .....::0 ISc. i habit, ltbt:ow-'nothin oii'which: "Well, did he'die in the sprlngr Haircutting, ...f... 25c.
-' Ptpr will" -Increase it at first "; he died In de fall.r d Shampoo, ....... r..... 25c "
|Pboto.rKpl>T tntem"A"lateAN ; keep "Our golden' voiced tenor Mr. Via Massage, .....',i. ...... 2Sc.
? "yb ocilAPHT dy. inchn It. quiet and count the days on Lett, wlir contribute that heart touch' <;Opposite U. S. Patent Office Hair slng e,....:..... .25c. I .

y- I Bwutllkil picture*.montlM?'iJ which you-have not been angry.I ing ballad entitled. Warden,' Brush WASHINGTON D. C. *
'' J If pdra conmu.plctun I We Solicit Your Patronage.Very .
chid....eunpl.e.pyhe.tots qnntton/ aatw.rd. used to be in a passion every Those Locks Away; ]. I Yearn for lib>' .'
er17.Uarper'a Weekly.
I V yov mmtfcm paper.I APt,every second day: then Respectfully,
A..rII..rlewlhstelre. hy
I t BMCM St..BaMaB. M>M. every third: then every fourth. London Cb.rm.One .. w. .Ictcr8,- :IPrppr: : '

But if have intermitted of the delicious treat London
you to write for our colldentialletter before aPT ,
American 1 the acting and accessories -
thirty days, make, sacrifice toGo offers of her *theaters> The orchestra ilylnir We promptly. for patent obtain i it U.may B.: and be worth ForeignPATENTS money. 'D) J. ,J J ONES.

,A Word Wfth Wolf < ". .... sumptuous .and very roomy; and are
to be weakened, and then is JUtorney-At-LaW',
evidently created on purpose to- appeal and ; ARKS or return EN-
MR. MERCHANT.. completely destroyed when you to hearty diners.' The-nsher Isa TIRor botoand MADE we send.'send JMMED'14" model, Rkelch JllIVLEY. FLA.

can say, "I 'have not bee vexed very tidy young woman'In black dress FR EE report on paten advice N e glv_
the best service and and
You cannot look about you and coquettish : and apron poo. legal 'our D. CA 11J11Vi11AEL.
today nor the day before nor yet cap charges are moderate. Try us. Lt+
eased of a sweet face and a still sweeter A '
on streets1 without ,seeing
,money I on any:.' !u.ccjseding::: !: day during. voice.. You pay ber-......xpen.t.orach SWIFT &, CO eq. Attorney at Law
who have
people two or three months: but I took programme. The sta'feeiMtttag&are Patent lawyer'* q.Colleetioa. a.Specialty.. l

I,' in their pockets which ought carejvhen some exciting things perfect In detail Best of all 1*, the Opp.U.S.Patent OfBce Washington, D.C.: ('hi P I'I'L'I: a, ,
elocution of 'tbe-'player.'rem the
to be in your cash drawer, "
happened. rising of the curtain,even unto the"go
to Credit the bank ---
or your n. .. .. .. tog down,of the"a j r,' achaAa every
You cannot look about .. and tuneful .
you word uttered Is as clear a*' Botanic Do
the tinkle of sliver belt 'You don't
in your store or shop without They Are Imperialists. a
hare to wait till jU e.mIddleor the first .01 .,
: You
seeing Roods that these Says the Cleveland Leader: act before :you can even guess what'' Blood Balm .

same people, should own-. "The truth is gradually permeating the plot Is about. Under these unusual "

_. I. should'"how be wing.i' the minds ot those who circumstance the Interest one take In (B. B. B.) Cures'Through the Blood TakeTEEBMNER_ .
I a play; Is greatly; enhanced, and ha .'. .
.,.,- have been skeptical about Theodore : wonders why; an American (pompany 1 Ie Blood POison"I '

These facts hold good.- Roosevelt's party loyalty. ,not a* well drilled-Travel Magazine. ?

if- have been doing I BONE PAINS CANCER.SCALYSKIN : .
even -
that he is still very much a Re. Knew rtlm.%I .

a good business' lately, publican." "Ye. I'm anxious to.get-IDY dau,,'"- ,"' ., If not

They ire the sort of facts Yes, he is less a Democrat ter off my; band. Ill admit" PIMPLES, .
"Then don't let ber .w-
why yon marry
Y which make storekeepingthe ;
than public in the
man country -
any Rheumatism Eczema.
t.. most interesting in the :with the exception: : of his p tpupU me'"What? good, would that dot"t -dere- Itching Humors. Why not? '' .,
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world-the.most tantalizing TJifJ. Both! are Impearial-" land Leader. *\
_: B.B.B. (Botanic Blood Balm) la the only Blood '
one, too. ists firm believers in consolidation I .remedy that kills the poison)ID the blood and then r We will send:THIL BANNER .
ArdtdHKnAnfll a Wbo would not bare f..| Mt: on fete :purl it-sending; a flood of pure, rick blood di- anj address,for|1 pet ,year BOo.for ...
the skin surface. Bone,. Joints and whenever
r ..Do you' realize that you of power in the Washington neck let him not stoop.-Italian PTOTrb. the disease Is ideated. In this way all Sores month.; 30o for tbree month. J
and in I Ulcers, Pimples,Eruptions are healed and cured,
carl reach these government, stretchingthe I .
a people every f pains and aches of Rheumatism ceases, swellings
week executive authority to the subside. B.B. B.completely changes the blood Or
.' into clean healthy condition giving the skin the
of monarchical WE DO |etch red hue o(perfect health. B. B.B.cures.thworst ,
verge preroga-
If old cases. Try it.
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you'placean tives Of this'Is BOTANIC BlOOD BALM (B.B. B.) is pleasant and Ee will send TH. Basxaa'and tbe
1 in The Banner. : : course not republicanism "'p' 1 ale to take;com posed of pure Botanic Ingredients New Yrok Tbrice- -Weer World, one 'yea!,
more that! it is BILL'L i tpurifles and enriches the blood. B. B. B.strengthens -. -''
any the nerves and builds up the broken'down .0r..M .
It'a worth trying. but republican .,.stem. DauGOI8T1t> $1 PElt La.GK BoT'l'L"
democracy. Jhe. READS R .i. HEADH'' with directions for home cure. cj .

t-S- party is a willing agency in 'the NOTE ENVELOPES BALM SaIUL.Co*SHUT ATLANTA PUBS by Ga.writing When to writing BLOOD for' Or > :

subversion of our institutions to ''I samples give name of voui trouble.if von know.'

federalia.tic principles and therefore
iu'. ense.! N' CARDS'b.N : 990999999099999999090999ou. Atlanta Weekly,Journal one year for f 1.7ft
tpe narrow, Theodore _
sr.u r r ; aCIRCULARS When 'want
Roosevelt; is'very much of a '" PAMPHLETS- Or

Gallon us
CHECKS .T CHEa U ;you want all three. paper.-Te.BANNaa. ..
1PwrY".a.ed. '. deeeeeeeeceeeceeoeecceceec'Advertise ,:The New! York; World The At.
as.te boat known and RECEIPTS RA Jl'TS : n.n" __n..n'n'_ ._ laoU Joura.l-we will make the extremey
The'world's most successful mndloloe
UM mo t r.uaw.aeed.Trv.rypaokagehu *crown. rngrr oooooooooooaooo
behind It rvpatatloa for bowel complaint Is Chamberlain's CoU WEDDING N VISITING low'price of only $8,36 for the three per
U.e1aJ&aS .
of m nous*wliow bu.iaer etandorda are '
In the trade 10 Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It has InTHE pen. (r
s-, 7..141.". .... >.-!wffl..Mded rasa relieved more pain and suffering,ADd rayed INVITATIONS, G CARDS BANNER 1'04'1.11 the acceptable time M.ubaoribrfflEBllR.
11 eo.telu.olar.d >> .. I ..
prtob e.d. .:s' more lives than any other medicine .In .:: ':

.,f--:.= Md,tar Oj r use ,larslnabj for children and adults. .. .rro. R .ER: .'. .:'J*> b or'best jfooeceeooececcicoceobocoeo results:, ';

.y. OO. Dvcrolt, told by City Drug Store sad S B:Mc'foacny ,.


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.".' ,.;:$0'. r Sunday-school workers.from., all :. :''' .- . ... :L. '; I.
.Jt is more than likely that the paris of the .earth. That_ is the' .... .- 1;; ... .J.t"" "
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beSt thing: pn-earth for a person: most astounding statement I '. : '"tev'\ -

isto; keep his ocher temper. : have heard in this country,' exclaimed :

.It: is one fault of the human races -'I 'an English delegate, :. JOB1: <

that has brought on more' who said he was a Sunday school. Iit

trouble and heartaches than'., perhaps worker in Haverhlll Suffolk, ...c=

anything else.' England. There must be some- :

By this we do not mean. that it thing radically wrong with the ..... 'PRINT' NG .

isfa frailty td have temper-a system that permits it. In Eng- ".,

reasonable amount of it, but it is land we do not rose more than 3 i' : 'j .

meant to say that it; should not per cent. 1 have made that cal- .,. 8:
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be: kept on dress parade.. culation after study, observationand .. "', If" Co '
An over\ supply of temper is experience, replied Mr. ': "

nnfoi1 inate. But even with a Foster. Practically all the delegates ..... Creates a good ,.impression ". {

surplus supply, far exceeding at the meeting agreed with .. .. I ,
among your 'correspondents -,; ,.'., ,?.. : :.
the demand, that him." When 'we take into consideration o .
be controlled. that in this and :helps '
can day and ageSunday .. .
To be successful in life, to school lessons are not <1J Q to give your business .

make friends, one' must control 'committed to memory as they :
that important; characteristic. were- but .a few years ago, it : prestige. .. I' I ', '

known a high and quick tem- seems no wonder to us that the QJ ,

schools! not ., ., '". ., "
are stepping stonesto ,
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per.The 2 .. ..... .. .
tongue is declared .to be: the church. Not over a .. ', .v ".. j. ,' .

an unruly member. The "con- quater of a century ago -Sunday p1)ni We Db ''Neat Printing'

trol of this member is often difficult school scholars became members :: ,
but It caQ be.controlled asa too because they: committed to -1At'Reaso h' **

: general; l thing by those who memory the precepts taught cd ble'PHces. .

make the proper effort.Somepeople them Then.- --_. the_.__ one who knew.___ '. : "" p" >'. :''"
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have temper on most ot the Bible,, was the best 00JH 'M' 1
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the order of. a powder magazine. schoclar. Now one who can

The'slightest spark ignites it read best is the best scholar. .... ,, .' S '"1 :." .'
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and there is an immediate explosion There's quite a difference if you .. ** V6ive/ .us your next order' ; /

,,and'of ten.,there are terrible stop to consider the matter a .' and we will 'give you per'feet ;

consequences. minute. < *
.. satisfaction thus : '
But by careful thought, tem- .
What the colonel is not' going .. tt I .. I. '
be "
controlled .
: and the
Woman who has to furnishes almost as fine 'a !' .: making, you one .;of our'V ; ..'. :
'j, man or a high ;
field for speculation as what 'he ,," regular customers. y1 I'y:' '
and .
temper, yet controls it, deserves 'l

great credit_ for this is adimcu'lt is do... ,....ct ?t:( ... j '- "<... ,.. .'

task to, perform In .. I .''::0', I ... .r ..f ,,.',.-.,:.' "t: .. 0" .
fact, some people.have'such high Oyster Bay may be seen' on the! 1 I O. .. '. '.,1,0' <' '. :,' '.' .... .1'*. u,' > rV'. >-*,. .
map nowadays with the naked j I .. -
temper-that they become heroes : n .. ; '. J' "'iT;:::-' V-i: *.' >'', -," r.

.I .and.heroines in the control of the eye w .. TH' E., ..: i ,*! '?.' '. ,* .
tongue. Many politician regrets: that JkH: :- ." > i : "
All of us'have our faults, 'our I
the fences he must fix are barbed -
short l copings,. but the person I wire ones. CIIIPLEYBANNI3R.H'Chipley' : :

who has a high temper.. is often .. .0

made to suffer more than the object .
Both Senator Lorimer and .the
to\vhich; a fit ..of'.temper isdirected' Illinois bribe-taker White were ->c Fla. I.,:

Very often we < say
formerly conductors.: It is possible i ,,..
things, while in, anger, that we "
they. first knocked down! a : d..Ojrt
would not think of saying under $.c t _
few fares before dallying with : _
different circumstances. QJ
Senatorial ''tribe.- ..
The best 'thing to keep on .. 1

earth i is one's temper. It is THOSE PIE f OF' BOYHOOD. .1 : .. $
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worth .nothing to any one else, How delicious\ were the pies',of boyhood:! 'e
and if:we let go much/of' it, we No pies now ever taste ao good. What' I DO YOU 'KNOW $

find that it has done harm.-Pen- changed The pies C No",, Ua you. You've ,
lost the strong, health 8tomaobthe vigor. e
sacola Journal. ous liver, the active kidney, the regular .r: >*2| That now I s't h e*'time to build that home or business houset ,e
.. .. bowel of boyhood. Your digestion la poor you have been considering The present business depression
has reduced the price of lumber and building:materials; labor $
and blame the food, What's needed
WOKK'24 HOURS' A DAY., you is cheap and plentiful,.and'you now for Z5 to 501,percent .
I A complete toning up by Electric Bitter of tall ; less than m,, ,. .
.* Toe busiest'little things ever made are organs of digestion-Stomach, Liver, .. (;) i;
Dr. King'*New Life Pills. Every!: pill U I Kidney, Howels-Try them. 'They'll reStore JUNE 1907 OR JUNE 1908. -
:ia'.u ar coated. globule o( health, that your boyhood appetite and appreciation O ;:
change weakness Into -strength: languor of food and fairly saturate your body 2T When ;
you think of lumber orjbulldlng material, think of'u's ,
into energy,brain rap: Into mental power; with new health, strength and ylfcor COo *9r and the fact that we have completed a modern up-to-date mill-..i '
curing .C'oaetlpatloa, Headache, Chills, at S. E,McGeachy. / L-.... fife work mill, and can furnish everything made of wood. .used in rff >$
Dypepslv 31 alarlu, 25o at S K McGeachy IS ya building,from sills to comb, and that we can ." "
., = . !, ,$

7: 'v Is It True. ', 0)H 9 Sash, Mouldings Framing' '" --Bank "i,. ..6;

: Cu m Doors Casings Flooring.Drugri.= ;;:,.. .;k ;&
*'A Washington special of'May Blinds Baae' Ceiling Store ".
I 0)d Frames, Finish 'SldinlC"J Fixtures. c< :'
25th, says: "Seventy-five ,per e8k '
of all ? Estimates cheerfully f .rp'ahed.' :Frelghi'paid 'to Tour:st \ !\
cent the boys 13
over "
years TRADE MARKS. flP tion If desired.: r.. _i. f ,!, .''-" "' '
in the Protestant Sunday schoolsin Dt sIONsCOPYNIONTS Ac. ', ... ". ,. 't'"I'.

the United States 'are lost to Anyone. .ondlnr a iltelrb end description whether may ;-_t S MARIANNA MANUFACTURING CO., -. .n .
onlokly BJieertnhi our opinion I free aInvention : and never make professions : In probably piitciitable. Com man""'" A '
Uotuitrlotlr confidential. HANDBOOK on Patent : MARlAlNISArUOINO FLA. .
Such free.Olrtaflt avcurlnffpatente.Patent I ?
of o
faith. state- lent
a taken ;trough:: Munn: Co. reoelv . .
fJHIrlal-elu.wit boat cb"rlle, 111 the : niSTANCB PHONE K2. '
ment spoken by Eugene 'c. Foster e ._'"

er's'of Detroit, is one of the work- Aband.omelytllnntraied Scientific( ) ...eIt1"... T..rire".t.elr. 'U .....-....... .., ....... .. .,..'.. ,
conferences today which onhittun of any imlenlldo 1i>nrn l. Term S3 a
arifourmonthe.ab Solabj nil newidealen.WUNN . -
followed the World's Sunday & Co.38l8rM New York tJJ School convention astonished Branch Ofllce, ES V St.WMblDKt .

"- Thrice-a-wcek. I Eedltion.., DENTAL SURGEON,
eno to:-
: The Tbrlc .a week World hopes to be Chipley.. -. Florida..
( FLORIDA PEOPJtEJlj80 In 1908 a better paper than It baa ever
Office First Nat'l Bank.
,.... 05. been before, and It baa made Its" arraolte.menil over

..... accordingly. Its news service coy 4COOK'&McRAE
/ LOOK ... f ere the entire globe and It reports every
thing fully;promptly and accurately.. It .. ;
: Is the only paper not a daily, which Is as "''"Attorney at' Law. i!,
AT THESE PRICESAnd tn good as a dally, and which will keep vou r'
.- as completely Informed of what If happening *-Offk. *'ore fttt (UU**..B'*k.. ,
consider the quality throughout tbe world.
C /attention si all matter
trea .
ol the The Thrlee-a week World 'Is fair' In: 'its .
Every ehalr Illustrated here Is made tony care. CoUectlonanxde.Acentforreapooalbla
QJCO political reports.- You can-get the; truth '
best white maple stook and finished natural time-and re-tellte 'innranceoomoanlea. -
out-door varnish. The seat are best .grade from Its columns, whether you are a' Republican ., .... .' h't
f* double woven rattan mot cheap pith.. : .. ..... or Democrat, and that Is what .
2.O W. ere ..III......-......... of Ohaire to the people ofnri you want. "
State, and every .u terns brln.e ue another Why? $22 5 A spealal feature of the Tbrice-a-weck CURTIS L. ; -
._ our Itri.... are ono-thlrd lower than It le _...... World baa always been'Its' serial' Action. .i JUNha.
fo the retail etoroe to ...1 grade ehalr at. publishes novels by the best authors'Intbe
Theee ar. only a few of our pattern If you ......> (U world, nov a wblcn In .book form sell Notary Public State at Urge.+J'V
0...... of ANY BOAT write for our for 11.50' apiece and Its high standard In .' ( r . LARGE ILLUSTRATED CATALOG NOW..... I this respect'will be maintained In tbe future All business eptrusted; to.
: as In the past. ,
ANY ROCKER SHOWN HERE CAN BE HAD IN RED. ,. i The Tbrlce-ft-week World's regular my care will have my. promptattention .

GREEN_ OR CANARY FOR 15 CTS..EXTRA. 'ii" I subscription price la only $1/00 per'"year : Fees reasonable .
and this pays, for' ISO papers. :, We oUer
this unequalled newspaper and 'fh '.Baofit Can be fou'ndat Post Office, _
FLORIDA CHAIR. FACTORY ," ; ti together for one' 'year' lot 91.65.''The L ./ . .. .
$ Jacksonville.. ...rld.. l1.f75 4 '..' :'. '- ; r ,t .' '-" regular subscription' price of.the two; papersls$3.XX '. ;Wausau, 'Florida. ,, '

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] Topics. IT
We clip the following from the<

Lakeland News which would First National Bank ,
.1' Mote McFatter was; shoppinghere
:: NOTICE. apply applicably to Chipley:
in the afternoon Saturday,
For the next four weeks the "A great many people think -

Banner will contain only four pages that it they telephone or tell a Rev. W. D. Owens was down I Solicits accounts of firms, corporations and indi- S
from his farm and spent a few
newspaper man a news item concerning viduals who courteous consideration ,-
each week, instead,.. of the may rely upon
hours here Friday.
usual eight pages. The editor themselves or their family and the very best terms that are consistent
that he will think they are Prof. W. T. Horn js having
will be away on a vacation, whichhe ; with good business methods. Correspondenceis

is in much need of.. The reduction forward and trying to get their some good improvements addedto : : : : : : : :
names in the paper. This is altogether his dwelling bouse. .. *
in size would not be made
1 Safety Deposit Boxes For R nt. ..'
but it is impossible to get printers a mistaken idea. News- Grover Jones :came in from "

to-do the work. For- any paper men appreciate this little Porter Pond in the 'afternoon -

: shortcomings that may occur act of kindness upon your part Friday where be is teaching.! .
and more so because it comes .' .'
while '
will to
we are gone, we try
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Jones re-
little troubleto
direct. It is
make up for when we return. very .. .
turned from Chipley Tuesday '
..' phone Us anything you may ,
I know in the way of a news item where they had been visiting rel ..-, -
.' One of the best and brightest
A w and rest assured we won't think atives. "
things we can give, is kind .
words. you are"just trying to get your The aged Mrs., W. B. Jones 'HardW"ar > :

name in the, paper." A news- has been very sick the past week ,

Quityerkickint! Remember' paper is public property, and it but we are glad to note that she .... ". .
how little good it'did you to wor- is as much your duty as any one is improving. .. .

ry last time.Laughter. to keep it interesting.
be tak-
I Dr. BrQnson seems to
is day, sobriety is r .. ,
ing a much needed rest now, "
night and'a smile is 'the twilight while bis wife is'very busy in the There are a great many people, who- do not fish, that are ; .

"that hovers between the two. Personal. IT school in '
] room. the biggest liars the world.

The common old barnyard hen Jr. and is don't else to be' ,
John Walsingham, My annual sales now on- go anywhere
is a great deal wiser than some '
it makes Ai. Hogeboom was up from Jesse McKeitben'with_ ,a railroadplow cheated-but come in here and let me sell you Hardware,. ,
men and women; never oxen did .
Panama City Friday.W. and five yoke of "- v
1; a noise.until after it has, laid the some good'"work on.the. public : Glassware and Crockery Ranges, Stoves, -Kitcbenware,
C. Lockey was up from. the
egg.The county capital Tuesday. road leading from this place to Sash, Doors, and Screen Doors andWindows, Sewing Ma- ,> ..
kicker reminds us' of a Vernon.the past week.J. '
automobile which fusses Daniel Pippin of Sexton was :a \ chines, Paints, Oils, Japalack, Liquid Veneer, and Fishing : "
cheap C. Johns has made 40 bush-] :
and spits and bangs and kicks visitor in town Monday. Tackle that's fit for fishing.
els of Irish,potatoes on,less thana .
Up a great noise over climbing a l?. B. Callaway spent the week- half"acre" ; a second 'crop consisting Thanking you for past favors and .hoping for a",continuance .

,, five per cent hill. end at Panama City, returning ot sweet potatoes will' be I am .

Marshal Farrior is putting in Monday. grown, which shows that farming .

his time these days in grading Miss Annis Home left Mondayfor pays around Wausau. Yours Truly ,'
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Jackson; street. No marshal has recreation trip in North :
a 'Married at 'the* home of thebride's '> _' S : J
ever done much work ..
so good on Carolina. '
parents, Thursday, 14th,
;* the streets of Chipley as he has.// --V: '+'< R. C. HORNB,' :
I./0. O. F. Lodge No. 56 helda C. J. Crpnder to Miss. Dee" 'Wal : ,- _

The W. C. T. U. have a splen- most interesting meeting Mon- singham W.. L. Tiller, N. P. of- ... ;' ,-. -
did- organization here now, ,and day evening. ficiating. May peace -and,, pros-: .. ,,,."'!i .. -;
doubt will do some effective life's ., .-
no perity be theirs through
Miss Lula and Inez Barrett, of ,
work towards securing the adop- .
journey. .
i 2ottondale, are visiting Miss '
tion ot the prohibition amend- ,.
Myrtle Myers.A. E. S.. Tiller has grown nine 'I I
bushels of'as fine onions as we .
G. Chandlee was up from I
Diamond Ring Lost. Miss Maggie Panama City, and spent several i ever have seen, on a very small

f: Daniel lost a diamond ring somewhere days tbis'week.T. piece of,land, which can now be s< s9Mrfto
P on the streets of Chipley, set in sweet potatoes : planted in :
Wedn&sday. Finder will please L. Wells &: Bro received a and make I .
peas, or turnips,, a DO YOU WANTARDWAREI\
1, return to her at the store of, B: 'solid car load-forty.-one-horse good second crop.' :

Blake & Co.,,and receive reward. wagons, Monday.Rev I
Curtice L. Jones, the weatherman
We ,wish to TeturnLmany : R. C. Williams and family have
informs us that we ,
,;; thanks to Uncle Joe B. Lockey, left'Monday for St. Andrew to had 16' inches of, rainfall since I >-

" for some, nice melons tendered spend the summer.E. the 2nd day of July, making' an .... .

ui Wednesday. May Uncle Joe M. Pender left last week average of 1 inch a day for the

live to see many years more in for[ a visit with relatives and past 16, days. All crops have

which to raise 'this delicious Friends in Tennessee. been'badly' injured.
See here headquarters
fruit.E. S we are
.Misses,Lucile ,and John Jord- Mrs. Rebecca Owens,, died at f

A. Simonton,' who has had dan ,left this week for Atlanta, her home about three miles \ for Buggies wagons, Coffins, Cas-

k his headquarters at McMillan, Ga., on a short vacation trip. south of town, Friday, the, ., 15th kets Tools all kinds of

:.V in the southern part of the .county W. O. Wells was over from. I- after a long and tedious illness Farming ,

',tr'mtw,, all this year, and who, among :lasting into weeks.. Her remainswere Builders Material Best Paints on
ford and he ,
--' spent Sunday; retorts ,
other things has ''done ;a 'little laid to rest Saturday morn-
.\ business' over there bolding -
farming on the.side, sent to the ing. Thebereaved children andrelatives the market, Poultry Wire, Hay
well. .
up have our sympathy.One
Banner office last Saturday a
cucumber which measured 14# I L. L. Charles was over from / of the enjofab! .events 'orb'e Wire, Harness Saddles, Ice Cream .

jss .long and 11J4 inches in diameter, Caryville and spent Monday here past week," cream Freezers, Nails, Sewing Machines',

p and weighed 3>4, pounds; We He_ :was a pleasant caller' at the 'and cake supper given by Rev.M. .

f shall try to preserve: it for the Banner office.S. E:' Grant and bias aimable and all other Hardware at the

county fair. A. Alford and two daughters wife at the parsonage last Fri- ,,

Io' The Farmers' Cooperative ",Miss Lottie and Lula left day night, The young people Lowest Cash Price.]
were given a grand time and a ,
j. ._ _Educational Union, in annual ,Thursday for asbort sojourn in handsome sum was realized for
," --' session at Madison several days South Carolina. the benefit of the parsonage.The .

.:,'. last week, adjourned 'after' attending L young men deserve great

to, all business offering SEXTON. praise for spendin'Ir'their change 'finn Hardware Co.
10 liberal on such occasions. /
t: and electing officers The union .
Farmers are about done their
put itself on record as favoring "
an increase of taxation: for work in this community.Prof. Use Arco Spotzof on"your auto. A., G. McQUAGGE, Mgr.

educational purposes endorsed I Grover'Jones'' is teachingour Dunn Hardware Co.. .

,compulsory education and memorailued school again this year. Dunn Hardware Co. sell wagons -

'congressasking' that I I J. S. Scott says look out fish, I and buggies every day.If .

the measure., prohibiting dealings will get you the next rainy day. you'haven't' got a*'pull, start Notice! DRT. G. YATES,
S. in futures be, made ,a law. Special
A. L. Parish has been visiting a little push. '
The union also.went on. recordas I as an -
opposed to the present convict" G. W. Sowell for some time past. Saddles, harness, paints' oils, EYE SPECIALIST.

and favored the James and visited at Dunn Hdw. Co. 7 To Ice Customers.
;, 'lease .system Pippen family 'WILL BK AT
working of convicts on the roads J. M. Godwin near Duncan 'Fly'poison' and sticky paper at Dr. Wilson's Office.IN .

of the state.: M. S. Knight of Sunday; ScheU.& Go's. .5 f; I am not selling ice on credit; CHI>lBY, _

Lake City, was reelected, president Well I will ring off and hope Spotzof! Spotzofl! the metal all ice bills are due once every From ELEVEN to SIX o'e' Jck\\

of the union., :There: ,were this will not find its way to the polish!..Dunn Hardware Co. week. First Tuesday In' Each Month.
about sixty .members present at waste basket. Hereafter all parties failing to taExaminations. FREE. '"..
If want a, buya pay their ice will be
; the annual meetingand, they you My Pensacola office I U Room No' 410
fully-enjoyed the. hospitality of There has been a lot of -fish mule; I have him; young, large, stopped until settlement is made. Hlount Building

Madison which was graciously caught at the Porter pond in the and cheap.-T., C.'Jones. \> Please be governed accordingly.

extended. last two weeks.J. Come on to the Dunn Hardware Herrick Refrigerators. at
... : L. A. Godwin and D.,E. Pip- store; everybody else does. You I, r Schell &"Go's. -
Nouce.a' .. pin visited J. M. Godwin. near get it for,less. ':,' I(r., J "The tee Man." Hotel for'Rent.-Good hotel, convenient -.

Those wishing plain sewine'I Duncan Sunday. We call your:special attento to: i to depot,'.for rent. Fjne;

done will do' well on/ Mrs., How is this Southport? We Arco Spotzof, the finest.brass and I l" iou. miss what everybody location for hustling1' hotel ''man.

' W,A. Bryan. She guarantees have not got many girls here, metal polish on the market- do/n't/ miss if you fail to go to the For full information apply to t

( !! isfaction. tl } but what there in,.is all O. K. Dunn Hardware Co. I! Dunn Hdw. Co. Buell Cook Cbipley Fla..j .

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