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The Chipley banner
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Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
February 2, 1911


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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.
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Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
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\ No. 31
t Florida, February 2nd, 1911.
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hand. in and see us. We will ])lave some '
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T \ special bargains .

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Baptists"Make Good Showing' :: \, ties and cities per capita in 1880
PIRS Tuesday Thursday and Sat correspondent: of The New $18i6and: in 1902it
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convention held at urday of each week is griding- York_Tribune calls attention! to was'$23.73.' It is of interest to
the Baptist
di' the Cbipley Grist Mill. some remarkable figures.relating capita of the South
that note
INSURANCE Delantl last week,it appears per
i last year was the best in many M.. MORRIS. ., Prop. to the increase in the wealth with the of Atlantic states was the only ones

for church missions. The attendance compared to decrease, going: tronj $22.10 to
F. B. CALLAWAY, Agent was'large and great interest i Tobacco &: Suff at Schell's expeuses of government. both' $14,79 in the period named.,

I am pleased to tell the people of was manifested, in the F. B. Callawav sells strictly State and Nation. .increased r r _
Cbipley.and vicinity,.that I have purchased work. The amount expendedby high grade fertilizers. The national wealth Dunn-Cole Co. will sell you
the insurance business of.Duell the state board of missions I, .from 1870 to 1890, 1,16 ''per cent.; more goods for same money, or
Cook.. during the past year was reported Good Cigars at Schell'sDunnColeman from 1890 to 1904, 65 per cent. same goods for less money.
I represent only the very best companiesthose I Foreign trade increased from
to have been 72000. Ten I Co. sellsthe
tried and fire -
If you are time POt insured, I would beRg1ad pledges were announced as hav- wire fence. See them.Don't i 1870 to 1890, 99 per cent..; from DR. T. G. YATES,
1908, 85.4 percent.The
to wrlte'fou a policy ing been'received by delegatesto 1890 to ..
fertilizer until you YEARS'EXPERIENUE :; ,.
Insurance cannot'be : buy of manufactured with TWENTY ., -
ThejValue.of of foreign missionaries. yalue
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rated. Ask a man who owns a policy I'' consult'F. B. Callaway. products increased from 1870 to! as an.. '--

if he will sell Itl I The savings- : ot few a Thoughts become words Oysters 30c qt. at Schell's 1890, 121 per cent.; from 1990 to EYE SPECIALIST, .. ;
life-time be wiped out in a '
minutes. Not so if you are Insured. words become deeds' and deeds FARMERS if you want the 1905 58 per cent. of Office.
Therefore I would advise you .to become habits and habi become: BEST fertilizers, see F. B. Calla The net,ordinary expenses Dr., Wilson's '
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Federal government IN (00''
Insurance With me. the '
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character the way. from 17d to 1890; 1.4 per'cent.; From ELEVEN to SIX o'cck -

'f:' B. Callaway, thoughts q. of Therefore'your mind watch with the Butter 30c Schell'sIt from 1890 to,1908,121.4 per cent. First Tuesday In Each. Month.' ,
of thirty! states .
sleepless eye of your mind. will certainly be to your interest The expenses ur Examinations FREE.
Insurance Agent. .. to F. B. Callaway before increased from 1890 to 1909. 201. My ,,Fensacola 'office' Is' Room No 410)
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Send in your subscription. I ,Dunn-Coleman ._says I I .

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BANNER home of W. S. Jones Sunday. -
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Samuel Carter, one of our '".. '
south '
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town was in town Saturday.The ,


I Entered at the poetoffice at Chlptor. Fla.. M son Carter aged are Mr.visiting and Mrs. AH kinds feed tuff j

second cla*.mall matter. __
In Jackson county this week.

Mrs. W. B.
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I .. six MOUTHS. was shopping and ; ;For the Horse, ,

; THREE MOSTHS. other business here '
advertising ratAle furnished on application.Communications T. L. Jones and son Lee. ,. :! .. .. .,, .,

, on live -topics especially tended quarterly meeting, :' For the Cow, .

.' of local Interest, are solicited. It Masonic lodge meeting a _
Is understood, however that the publish- ... .
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,:'" for opinions expressed by correspondents, Business seems to be '. .,1i': : ''k ,For the Chickens':, h f,

TTK: BANNBB wants a live representative \ ,
and correspondent at every postoffice smoothly at the new mill. ,1. .., ..:':: : A.. ..:( .. .iV t... .'
In the county and will make liberal arrangements have their well down 260 and' 'i ... "' '
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with.the rlccrt parties.THURSDAY" '-
still d'ri11big.We : For the Hogs
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glad to note that "
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The National Farmers' Union who has been quite sick for ALWAYS ON HAND. :

: '. is making a brave fight; ,against weeks, Mon i the mend now. I : .

.. cotton rambling.
... The Wausau postoffice I
:';', .Much satisfaction is expressed checked two of Uncle tbe"k I Get Our Prices.

inspectors one day this . t. over the prospect that Champ .' .
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, Clark' is to be the next Speaker. and everything'was -

t't John Rogers of the )'Campbell & Dekle Co. .

t:, It is estimated that 52 per cent was a Saturday caller; he i'' I

of the cotton crop of the United business is good in his .

.. States is shipped to foreign coun and that fish are beginning to .' ,
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tries. Presiding Elder Gavin of
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rianoa, stopped'over at the .

A lot of men are in tavor'of' the sonage with Bro. Grant, I L. F

enactuent of reformatory laws. .
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but thoroughly opposed to their tend conference Saturday. and the public gene I introduced Prof. L. L.. Charles, Caryville and our charm ingjftiilea"] ,

j' enforcement.. .. Mrs. J. C.. Walsingham, this place last : who, in 'a few appropriate remarks deserve much praise for ;aj last r'
J r Governor 'Gilchrist is now the has been suffering with some night, 28th. nst.,,.and. so opened the banquet and enjoyable evening. 4' I
'Masonic ment of the foot and ankle the banquet oyster supper. The ladies of M rs. T. F. Farmer, the estiii- ;
bead of the fraternity in
Florida. having been elected past few weeks, is not Caryville in'a mosfcharmingand able hostess and manager''Of|thu
Most Worshipful Grand Master any; in fact she is in a very % mail.train arrived at mirthful manner'. immediatelytook hotel deserves much prais 'j c
cal condition. ht visitors charge of the seperate tables the kind and generous offer of WHS]
of order. : many
r .. .. .. and its' neighbor {In the large dining room and entire hotel and its spaciouaj'*m-1ing

the viands artisticallyuntil W. O. W. free of
dispensed room to the
Sone scientist insist that crimeis ,Caryvflle ,W. 0. W. Extends many from Bonifay,
the-hour of 10 o'clock. charge. In fact all Caryvtllejisl d'
a disease and should be treat.. Caryville, JNan. 30, .; also'a large crowd
After the banquet was*over the to be congratulated upon the suce jceso
ed as such. Well, why not have Editor Banner.., ll was present. the entertainment'and"th "
dining cleared for a ot <
room was .
the: juries composed of physicians Please give me'space in o'clock the hotel was dance:, and terpsichorean lovers amount of $65 received byMtbel

: and surgeons. columns this week that I may visiting sovereigns of'
fantastic toe"until Sovereign from moot geaeroua]
/ .. behalf of the entire .Camp No. fri nds'.of Woodcraft. I.
\, 12 o'clockwhen all left for their, public !
It", Not satisfied with 'an annual W. O. W. at Caryville, thank O. R. Ferrel I homes seemingly satisfied that I Av Rla v4 ia.

;; appropriation of about $160,000- I I ,
000 for pensions, forty-five: years Report of Board of Public Instruction of Yashington County: Fla. I OOLSU.President.
f. \ W. H. MILTON, :M. L. DEKLE F. M. .
B"- after the close of the war between For Month Ending Dec. 31,. 1910'. !! Vice-President Cashte ;

the states, still further increase Date. No. R a.r. To whom and for what paid .... ...'. ..:.. . Amount
Dec 1 By amt. cash on hand brought forward. .. .... .:.. 9571904
; has been voted by the House, of 5 540 R W Vanttrunt and teachers at Chipley.... ..... .... .$ 460.00 : First National BanK
". B Ml T G Stephens and teachers at St.:! Andrew. .. .. .. 195.00
, Representatives and it will more 5 643 Bessie O Bowen, teacher at W bite Oak...... .. .... 80.00
the 8 643 Alma liangston teaches at Oakle Ridge... .... .. .. 35.00
Senate FLA.
than likely pass This B 544 Susie Haop, teacher at Oak Hill ..... ... .. .. .. 35.00 MARI NNA
a.... _.- new call on the treasury amounts B 545 David Gilbert, teacher at Perch Pond .. .. .. ....... 40.00
"G 540 Ada Atkinson teacher at West Bay, 3 mo..'..-. .... 70.00
r. to about $40,000,000. S 547 James Swindle,.teacher atLlberty... ... :: ....,.... 30.00 i Capital 50000.00
, .. .. 6. 648 Eliza Payne teacher at Deadening .. .. '..... .. 30.00 ,
;r, B 649 Nella Melvin, teacher at Panama.. . .. ..... .. .. 30.00S and ladivlddalf.. +'
MO Lillian Forbes teacher at Handy:! Mount..... .. .. 30.00 Solicits Accounts of Banks, Corporations Firms
?L S 551 Jessie Hendrix teacher at Uendrls. ... .. .... .. .. 3000 lOUr twenty years experience In the banking: business enables us to .otteryou J
Wf1Us9Fu.Dr. ..I.Ir .. B 679 Bailie Portee teacher at Unity....... ... ...... .... 35.00 the best banking: facilities of any bank in West Florida. We also have{si
.. ..... .. .. ... 4500
B 653 J W Buttrem. teacher at Southslde AC.
In depoalUf
.. .. J R Il,. .. _. bounts I ,. ., .,.. 6000 fully equipped Savings Department which we pay on
.-.- 5 o 555 o* J amen V Ross uses,teacher mucuer at Gully H-II Springs.-n.1: :...:: ;....:...>- .rooo: : counts iy mail handled as easily,as by personal Interview.'
J. R. Farrior was here professionally B 650 Lassie Carmichael teacher at Plnelog .....:. .. .... 30.00 Send us your business.
5 B57 Grow Jones teacher at Porter Ponil.... .... ...... 30.00 .
k?, Friday. 5 ess Wllllo Harper teacher at Bradford,. .... .. .H..... 35.00 F. M. GOLSON, Ca .bifc*,| ;
5 559 Era: McQnaKKevteacher at Grant. 30.00
f. Unce Steve Simmons was a bus- 5 560 TC Stephens and teachers at Ht: AnoreW, 2nd mo. 240.00

t: Incas caller Tuesday. 5 561 EIMIIot.hewsa.ndteachersatMlIlvllle....... .. .... 285.00
,. .!, B 563 E R Masbburn teacher at So. Bonifay. .......... '.45.00
; 5 563 Zena Willis, teacher at Tompkins .......... .... 30.00 Palmer College
"G. A. McKeithen was here from 5 B64 Orady Russ teacher at .. .., ,3.-WW .
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j: Green Head Wednesday.r. S 505 Amanda Crutch field teacher at Parker.- <> <
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5 566 'Perlal'arlsh.teachera.tNewllonor,2mo.. 60.00 .
r.. B 567 Jabaza Rooks, teacher at New Orange... .;... .. .... 55.00 DeFuniak Springs, Fla.A I
r.i :(, S. J.. Mitchell a prosperous: farmer 5 568 Jabaza Rooks teacher at New Orange 5tb mo.... 40.00
i ,' .. .. .. ., ...... 30.00
teacher Tiller
;-- was in town Tuesday. 5 569 Bells Jeffries, at Tfj Christian school for boy and girls. Attendance larger than"ierjbefore. .
", B 570 Ella Stewart teacher at 1'oley IoV"'" 30.00 *
.... .. ... of teachers. Large and well equipped school b
/,: 5 571 TJ Roulhac and a. 8t. at St. Mary. $ 90.00 -Strong corps .
,: Dr. Grace of Aycock was a professional 6 573 Pa.tlenceRoulha.c. teacher "at' 8andhlll.i! ; ,", ... 3300 ings. Two dormitories. Good bqard. Careful oversight. Expenses! '
caller here Tuesday. 5 573 Eliza English: teacher at Sossoms Still::... ... .... 2 .oo
B 574 0 U Corley, teacher at Brink Illll. j5.: .. .( ; ,,.,?30 OO-ilt1Ji crate., Gymnasium; Tennis; and other out door exercises.
5 575 M. R. Robinson teacher at Longba..i.'Hl.ftIII"4 ,OOI""' .
1 Sheriff Allen was one- of .the B 576 Angus: May teacher at Bunker.-.... "t130.oo Spring Term Begins Feb. 2nd.A .
:. : Chipley visitors here Saturday 5 577 Perla Corbln, teacher at New Harmony -.. t.t.1rp30.00 '
6 578 Mary Nearing teacher at Mattor) Springs, 4th mo'k3500 splendid time for pupils to enter. Will be admitted to any
B 579 Mary :Hearing, teacher at Mattex !Springs: ;'5th mo 35.00
..... Commissioner S. L. Davis-ot .. 5 580 A B Nelson and attst. at Brock. .. ..,.- ...{...,........,. 160.00 .es for which they are prepared. By entering now time will be sap n
White Oak, was here Tuesday. .... B 581 Esther Miller, teacher at KeonQnai-\ ,., .<;.:.,'. .. .:V. 35.00' education. We would call special attention to the fact that classes,I t .-
5 682 Ardelle White, teacher at Midway! .st ; .85.00
, I" accommodate 7tfa
: = being started to
JsladdLi."a.. J4 ji 30.00 by the regular Academy facultyare
1. 6 583 Jessie Johns teacher ot Pine 'I. .
J. F. Wachob and wife of White B 584 Llewellyn Powell and asst. at Panama City.. .. .V. 05.00 8th grade students, thus by thia special attention entering: now they's
I ....., .'% 35,00 J
here B 585 Dot Robertson, teocher at Yout/lZstown.. ,
Oak shopping Tuesday
." was. -" B 586 Ed8klpper.t.eacheratRooksvIUe.... .. .. .... .... '30.00 be prepared for the academy next year.
6 587 Joanna Patton teacher at New Era.. .. .... .. .. .. .. 30.0O For further Information and catalogue address, t
.. C. P, Gilbert of White Oak, S 688 Grady Ross, stove pipe for Union*... .. ..,.........\, ...80 .
spent a few hours here Wednesday 5 589 O A Miller\ and asst. at Chipley .. .:y..... ...oJ .'.}. 95.00. Rev. Lynn R. Walker, Ire!
"G 500 Elizabeth Htonom: teacher at Oak IIIII....... .. .. .. 25.00
14 S 591 Minnie Gardner teacher at Vernon.. .. ...... .... .. '66.00 Prof. 0. 0. Fisher, Princlp
S 693 E"ahah.Jones, teacher at David. ...... .... .... .. .. 35.00
Gen. R. L. Scarlett shaking B 593 H C Clay, teacher at Button. .. .. ... :.. .... .. ....- 30.00 '- "
B 694 Moiselle Allen, teacher St. Joe..;. .... ........ 27.00 ,
**":"' ..< hands with friends here"--Fri s 595 E 8 Edwards teacher at Cla.rkgon,3 mo.... .... .. .. 70.00 ." .. .. .- .
, M B 596 Lora Potter teacher at Anderson.... .:... .... .... 25.00
day. "' & 697 Cathern Roulhac, teacher at Myers !Still.: ..... .... 27.50 .., ..
',' 5 698 I* W McNeil. leather at McNeil.... .... ..... .. .. .: 27.50
:. Rev M. E. Grant and Thos,.)L. s599 (J L Johnson teacher at Pt WashIngton.. .. .. .... 30.00 Neat Printing
E "' 5 1000 Pearl Gardner teacher at SeawrUh&i.. ......... .. .. .. 25.00
Jones went to the head'of. the 8 1001 B F Gainer salar all Suot.....:.. ... .. ..... .. .. 100.00 -
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5 1002 W F Russ, pea dtem and mileage 5,60
._ Valley Thursday .. 5 1003 O B Bosh per diem and mlleaffe ..... .... .. .... 6.80 Creates a good impressio
," .. ''G loot 8 J Gainer, per diem and mileage. .. ......... .. .. 13.00
'. Uncle, James Yates living north .' 5 1005 H B Tllier Com. as TreaHiuer... .. . .... .. .. .... 72.07 eorrespoBdenl; '
& 1000 Bhlpley Banner prlnglnit election notices &report 18.00 among your
,' .- ot Vernon, was a visitor here 'f B 1007 Ger Amer Lbr Co. shingles for Allenton .. .. .... ..1500H I I II.
and Saturday. S 1009 Geo. K. Wood Lbr. Co. repairs at Caryville. .... ? 8.33 and helps to give bu '
t Friday 3rd your
-. s 1000 E I Mathews and teachers at Mill villa, mo.r.c 385.00 I
'Hill ".5 1010 Joel I Sapo.stovepipe for Oak lltll..,....,'. ... ... .:...v.75 ..
Horne ot Orange
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6 1011 T O Stephens and teachers at St. Anorltw3rd'mo. 195.00 I.Iness '
& mingling with relatives and M 6 To amt. W B Gainer, tax 1810... .. .... .... .. .. ,. 134.32 prestige. -
was IS To amt. C C. Gunn. tuition at Chipley: .. .. .. .. ," 160.00
H friends here' Wedne day. Jan. 1 By cash on hand to Balance-...!. :... .....,, ,,p.,:.1830.61 ti013 86, 1013.36 We do Neat Printing :. -

Uncle Ben and aunt Sarah Gainer By net cash on hand.. .... .... .... ,*. ......;'.;... .. (1820.51 Reasonable Prices. *
: :." attended quarterly confer- Amount warrants outstanding.. ...... .... ..... 5O5.10 at
; ; \" Jan.1 Cash Treasury this date.. .... .. ..... .. .., ...... $3335.61
.',. ence at Vernon Saturday. We hereby certify to the foregoing as belnn''l : a correct statement of the Boardof Banner Job Office, '

<\, -Mrs. M. C. Turner and Miss Public. Instruction of Washington county for month.. ending, Dec. 61 J 1910. t
'l oru.BU:: U, Chairman.. .. .. .
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CIS 0 in anything but a pleasant mood. Chipley People Must Recognizes

1 I Bert put his horse into the team s Deed( lt. : I.; .

"Isufferedf, stomach along with mine, and we took a Kidney III. come .quietly,-. mysterlpusly. ; jo' '

trouble and that I lost big wagon load of young'' folks} '. 1

flesh rapt cured' me down to- the lake and picnic But Notice nature the'kldtiey.always/ titer
eve failed. Itetrengthe grounds day's,, fun. I nev- see it the color'Is.unhealtby.If 'PBJ'N.TIl'ie".i'

gave mo ve tite organs, and -I er will do it again. ; his horse-' just there'ar. settlings,and'.e Uinejat4Passage '': :

can eat lagged back every\ step of the frequent scanty,; painful "
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any- way, and let my horse do all the .. l "' > .

thing' fdr stomach work, I urged the lazy tbingalong.all \ '
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trouble ion It To ward-off Bright'*disease or* Diabetes. ,
I dared- -Bert would not ,
7 prtlandK 1 IeaMr like it if I wastoo severe with Doan's have jiotle'&T4tat. work lain this '
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4 Creates good impress. '
Th of him--but poor )?ripc.e came homeall locality. 1' ** ,' '' "* a" !;
ace, Detroit: i isionr
Mich.write red for in a lather, and I won't drive R. Buchanan 11 of DeFunlak} ;Springs, among your cor-. .
years Fla., saya- "I 8U1tered' 'from disordered ,
from a. chi ach trouble.YINOL him again tor some days, because I i !> i '
kldnew for ;ome" time. : '
There and helpsto '
ent ed me after he needs a good rest after respondents; : .
was severe pain. in my;tac C.andtide; .

averythfpg1e 'iled. bis overwork. The youngman's I was very nervous and was subject to give your business .
Itwith I& medicinal
,then ele- face with the beadacbea. I beca.n.'t ttpett.easilN'avidthe
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mentabf thewhich tli iver, combined indignation, of omtvho felt that kidney secretions: ,were ,Irregular : prestfge" L' ,"I" '
stye ing properties in passage. I finally procured a box
';', of tonic r'gtaoci ned in VINOL. he-and 'hishorse-had been imposed of ", '
Doanfs Kidney VUlf 14' began n
:.:., milnsa,j successful in restoring .upon."That their use t're ev'ed"great relief from .

.. ,perf f estion, and at is the worst of it," said the- first, and continued taking this I : ,
the same tips"ng.uptheweakttem. someone in the group of listeners remedy until; t Vraa 1 'ee. ffotn kidney '
W "
I. ned rua-dow r i trouble, lam t d toe' : ? p'Q'oeatPrintipg ,
butt "if'one shirks work,. someone ffj} | .Doan'a I(1c1i i c' l I,I
\ ; Try a l INOL with the ney,PUU thecredlttQr jmy; cure. I -1 -
else has to, do more than his t M
I -JourJDOnOJWi1I t For sale al) dealers Price SO : Beasfl.naible: Prices.
.by :
be returned, il!' Hoes not helo you.S. share to make up. It is not simply ,
Cent Fos\er-Milburn Car Buffalo, .' I. '. ,
Ej..Md; Ijyv, Druggist, ,a'ques i of'taking: it''' :easy: New'York, sole.agents for the United

\ ..f1 Chipley, Fla. and not doing ;.what,we uht.! It States. .. .' ,..6.. __ ., ... < ; ,

--.,,.," -- is also a question of whether we Remember the name-IoaR'a-and ,. ', .
Ii'b:; are going! to make it harder than take no other. t .
The Sonth'4 Forward Stride. : Give us next order .
fair right for else your :
t' and some one .
r I > I
,; The Soulall *longer Carries by making him do Pour :work as The Michigan man who secured 'and we will. give .you per. ',.;. I.'

its egg '' e basket. Corn, well as his own. I wonder if the a suit of scarlet clothea iq '

rice and -tta "of the Various shirkers ever think of that?" ;which to gnu tountiny. 'i\'j! Drq$>ab- feet, sati ctifIJ., thus ', ',

" sorts e.jjel{ 'aised there to "Here now, that is not fair, 1ybe.sbottoea.excuse with deer.ibe. Any.; : old a "iajOy you one of our .
an extent :'titid; lamed of half'a either, to turn my guns upon 'me guns goes*" \. --l.r'miW ;- ,, :

t dozen years' l 1 eside the cotton that, when I"ni tired out with my, A .' _;_r:' //yuiar, Customers., :. : 'r

planted"1 cotton mill ;'is experience 'with, the team too," I'have\b.een,called; .t6e greatest: ., I .' 111, "''..'.'.

" being ejreeie; :Although Massachusetts laughed thetj.oQng driver. You ,liar,m the jiyorld' ,:say sDrr Cook. .4 'I,'! \;r ,. '" .
, ; excels in the know very well that I left my ,W'eii<< 4o<;bdo: vo \denjShe "soft. ':" '.\ ,... ,

\ manufacture! he finer grades ,share: 6t tbe borne Work for some ImpeachmentC'hamberlafn's, /{' .; .- I : .

e of cottott:h__._ ,"the"entire millconsuntP'i else'";to do'. ,"while.J'.went off on this TiCE] .
'-' never disappoints _.
n"pleasure Cough Remedy
jijjjcotton now i is as that tuned out a I, ,
tnosa' wlo use it, 'obstinate I
greatwigYthoatltas i it is in tbe 'vexation, of spirit/ But per- goughe.colds .pd Mrrittlonso t the throat : 'i .

North, .i Immigrants, from Eu- haps 'that was just -what'it should sod |tuns-!; throw\\and. unrivaled as a reme- CttIPiLaV' : B41'.1NER

rope are:ate a beginning to turn do, under all the circumstances.Next dy for alt afiliy"d1.eMeiss,' : Bold : ,
**** J by City Drag1 Co, so*liMa: JIIe toward', nth. Northern time I will pull even my.. ,

settlemt.arTdraapital are, more self maybe the others will fall inline
; ; ,
ancfmttre'< ||4jr:> year, drifting and, do their 'share, ot the .CITY; BARON., $qP. 'ChipJ; y, Fla. ft'c'

toward,tfclp tates below the Po- pulling,' too.'*-Selacfed.A.WUETCI1KD '. 't o..1'

toma"alid ftu&rQhio., The current --- NA'is UJQg> t
: ; : . *

of farmers seeking cheap : !: MISTAKEto 3. : .
3 Barbers
,land&l wbjfhlbaSi been crossing. endure tbe Itching painful distress of ,' c I .
Pife,. There Is no need to. Listen I suffered -

tifi into'CanadajTn'piB\ ears large is volume in much from Piles, writes Will: ,IA. Ererythtar,VP o-low.!! .. =......_.._ ...... .. =
.t ,fJ w moving to-
Marsh,of Slier Ulty, N. O., till I got ,a: box

'.wwd'O. Etna: f i Texas,* 1 Louisi- of Uncklen's Arnica Halve, and was soon Shave ..... .. ...;: .15c. I DO YOp KNOW
aad'jfbexplore cured. Burns, boils( ulcers fever sines, Haircutting' ; .,..i.j 25- .
ana easterly states ,
: Shampoo, < 25c.
along tbe ,G lf coast now. De- eo.ema vanish before)cuts,it.chappta 2fio at; S.hands IC.McGeaohv,Chilblains, 'Massage, ..1...... 25ci o. That now lathe Lime| to build that home or business house :
Hair Singe. .. ....... 25c. TgT" have been considering-3 The present businessdepression
Bevr,\ h i dltbVstatistician and you
'- has reduced the price of lumber and building materials; labor e
puWF: x ?' ng ago who pre- We SQijgtY<
dieted aQ.'r nimense expansion fofa'r'esult If You Want to be Loved. cent less than in .
.1 ; ? .
\\r Very fPfStfu y.W

hls'rd t of the removal Do not contradict' people, even .,>>..P4'teJ"J:: ( QP :' JIN) 19U1,; OR JUNE, 1908. I
e slavery! if you are sure you areri ht.Don't ,
... ,
When think of lumber oribulldlnj material, think of
ought tohfryalived, half a century you
latelti&ime choice be inquisitive about the ,For Over Fifty Years.Mr .. ., and the fact that :we Save completed a modern wp-to-date)lle
prizes- affairs of even yOur most intimate I e work' mill, and can furnish everything made: of wood used, ,|ln e
inddetrlal;r.rtckiat an"d'potitical- friend. .. Wln.10'_'."Soothing CturupHa .' a comb, and that we can I .
.peen'IPSQyYIIARSby! MIL- ,
ar -" .- Don't underrate -anything because WHILE T1: )rp INU, with PEKFECT 8UCCBSS. .
: It SOOTHES the CHILl SO1 TENS 1 ,1-4 .
you don'tpossess, it, the GUNSo'4J-104YIil.u Ji AUftQUitESWINDCOLIC e Sash Mouldings; Framing Bank
.rut...the test remedy for DIARRHOKA Doors '
Casings Flooring.Drug e
Don't believe everybody else Sold by DnHT.tau to * ot UM world. Be
i5. DEATU1SWUR. lure and aakfOl''Nra.Wlnalow'.SootI1II1I'Syr.p"a.4 Blinds Base I. Ceiling Store 4!!!!.
ThQdQQrQtaaathaeemedready J i to open in the world is'happier than you. taW e .tha 1IID4t- ,A""'bqtUllo ) Frames Finish! :Biding' .Fixtures.

tor Murra7LlPAvere: or Transit Bridge, Don't conclude thta you have ,SI Estimates cheerfully: furnished. Freight paid to vour station !
!t.T-: 'fbf.tQfw ', 'as wonderfully av- 'D. GA 1UIcAEI. if desired.! ". e
had in ,
Id-il 1'.M a .UWadJiU condition, he never any 'opportunities I A "
writes,'my skin was almost yellow; eyes l Attorney blew.II CO.,' :
uokeiritlajbi Mjl cofitwd emsclsted from life.Don't ...Coll.etloae a Specialty.fhlpley.' MjIANNA MANUFACTURING ,
believe all the evils
losing 40 pcttnuls, .growing weaker dally. .. you ,. Fja MARiANNA.,..ILIA. ,Ql." .$
Vlrnlent Uverjlrouble pulling me down, to hear. > j
death in'lI t>l'teo< dO tors. Then that matchless Don't be rude .to your inferi. ... .- : 'LONG .DIBTANCB PHONB flu.: :
U iI, Electrlo Bltters oured ,
me< < w -- me
We obtain U. sod
I regained 1d/sO pounds lost and now am ors !in social P'11V promptly & Vnrafaoi ........... ,. ,

strong ut.,aetl.. For all stomach, liver Don't tdpeatlissi' eyen if it _
and kidney.troubles, they. are supreme. BOo rVMTENTSGASNDWi.
does interest!! a' crowd. 1 The New York World / DR, K. TILLER,

Don't jeer at anybody's relig" '''DENTAL, :
Thrlce-a-week Eedltion.o
'SCb' Send modeMitdtcb'or tohoIrea Ilnsrntldrtor SURGEON,
ious belief. mare entab fy. For ties book : -
*"** -
:; ;:Business.Wberes .- .... J- 1 '.. Patents w asst Q ropDOaltets The Thrice-: week;World hopes to be Chipley. FloridaOffice

: your father? asked Hive you a 'weak throatf Ifio, youoao In 1906 a better paper than It has ever: over First Nafl Bank. .
I been before and It has lade j JU rranfe-(
not too
be, .tnah* .. ) oraeback.Uphe '. .. treatment too.careful.early. Kach Youcanapt cold flakes begin you .1 11iaA manta accordingly.; Its news service cov -
river fishing, answeredWh'ere's snetbeVnnd Ors the entire'globe and It teports everything '.
more liable to ) tbe last ,ls .always COQK X .RAE;
tile S. fully, pro>mptly and accurately; I), I If ; I'J (; :
bop -1! the harder to ure. If you will takeChamberlain' Potent S v
:JI! your-big brother? Cough; Remedy at tb. outrset As ll crAN, a c. Is )be only paper; not s dally, whleb Is as Attorney at LAW.Careful .
flood as u dally.and >vblch will,keep, you
you will be'.avld much trouble;. bold, <* 3 iss'ht ...'....
Dowa the river fishing. J completely Informed of 'what Is happening worpr1 Bast. .
.... oy City .)rug Co. and 8. K. McGeachy.- E
SO YEARS'1 throughout the '
Wha-t ? ,
,are you doing sttontloa dTea alt natters entrustAen4orcMtMfult
.tL.M-i. f EXPEUIENC ThaTbrloeweek World is fair. In. Its
: bait i j tsv p$$ Cvlisctbns m'44-! .
pigging .
political: reports' You can get, the truth. ..
Not only have President Taft l >l tin and are-tasted In
IJas> tyour family anything! .from Its columns whether you are a Republican ..ur. _.lIan... /
:: and Mr. Roosevelt been in
communication A I ot Democrat, and that1 li what
to do bat amuse itself. -
for some time, but you:want. '
Mister, if you think we're do- ; A speolal feature o(tbe Fhricei a-week ':
President has commissioned CURTIS X. JONES
I ta!(jhil for fun, you wait an' hearwhat"jaaaw MA"-K., World has always been Us seilal l "fiction *
'it Mr. Loeb to secure tbe support' ''Deal6flaCo.vattassr.: It publishes novels by tbe best n thoi-s In ,
I says we come home of the State of New York Le.Anynn the world noves wblcn In book.form jsell Notary Public State at Large. -.
without.any fish. _.Un. .>k* tor 1,5O apiece, and high standard 'Intbl
for nomination in 1912. This vwMrtoln onr opinion trtt\ wb I tl>*r mm Its '
( InvmtWrn !.e pnxmblr|M*.iiCnl !l!k ComBaolMk.... _.. 'f'espect will be lntalned In the future All business entrusted tomy
-"' uon..trlctl.n.d.lltIaL.ItAN1II1U
: assignment to Mr. made lent row .0 kiss*MBor for nuaurlatf.*...... ae in the pa.'. q; '
.OhamberUln's, Cough Kernedy Is not a with ex-President KooHeieyelt'sknowledge .._l'4.4.Uitla.vaho.Cb.r.ta,$w-eo.-. ... '1'11e Tbrtee-a-week World's regular( care will nave'my prompt
;i 00101000 every day cov rh mixture. It Is
subscription price Is only ,1.00 ,per ,
amerttorlon.remedy for all the trouble. and cqnsent. Scltlttillt 'J1NerICWlle "dear attention. Fees r reasonable,
and this for isa
I some and dangerous complication "result: .. .. A lMH>d nta *ml ed ....1". iMftft if.. .pays papers.and We offer
thl4 lleQDa.Ued newspsiper The Ban ibeotmd at Post Office,
an ;
tl, ev"tat Ion of any"mMnttfla ""' rn.l. T.rm. MUBfA ,
lag from cold In the head, throat, ob at or U l e.l.ra for for $ Tberegular .11,"I / \ ..
er together one year : = 'iebd .
farmers raise good "
Ohio a =
....'$ ld bJ' B. K. MeUescby ."d City ; .New.
subscription price
Drug Co.: many votes 'to the acre. > .,1 ...........-..- 6: pare ,Ii f2.oo' '. t.hejwO'' pa Wi9Isuu.1orida

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Bow Editors Get Rich.It 1 rooooccocooe oce0cco@ccce000coc

: THE BANNER. is not a good policy to give THE suETiMiN i\n\ AND ACCIDENT

business secrets away, but as
Church Dlree ry. "Sure Cure"
M. E. Church, South.-Prensnln*every many people wonder bow editors Insurance ,
1st and Srd Sunday at 11 a. m.,and 8 p. m.
get rich so quick we give out the 55 ,
R. C. Williams, Pal tor. "I would like to guide or : p
Sabbath School 10 a. m. W. N. Bheats, following information, hoping
to sure
Superintendent. suffering women a
Prayer Meeting Thursday night I that every one of our readers cure for female troubles," Marianna Florida.

Young Men's prayer meeting Tuesday will not take advantage of this writes Mrs. R. E. Mercer
nights Everybody cordially Invited. I i Invites your attention to its New Line Policies, a* embodying the max
,, and |in the of Frozen Camp, W. Va.
l';. Baptist Church-Preaching every and business engage newspaper "I have found no med- i mum of practical protection at the lowest practical price. A remarkab

d I.ndftb Sunday. Rev. Collier.pastor. : icine equal to CarduL I i i cheap contract, but safe and conservative and backed by home capital.
a Sabbath School a. m., K. C. Hawk. A fellow terming himself Gan-
for about
had suffered
I, Superlnteneent.. W. H. MILTON Pre|
Prayer Meeting Wednesday nights. debone's Forecast located at St. four Would have
years. .... .
3B.: ;W.H.TTatnon.K. Baltaell.j
Louis offers to furnish us a lot headache for a week at a I Directors: ,. a Brook.J. M.Dukun R.H..Lewi.John Milton.III.

ro.toIHe* Directory.OMcehoursyt3oa.m.to7:00 of poetry and other silly stuff if time, until I would be ,oeoeoooccoeooeooooooooeoccoooeocoeeoeooiIf
m. except I took Car-
p ; nearly crazy.
Sundays. we will only run an advertisement "
i "' dul and now I never have
E"lt-l>>l1nd mall closes 'at 10:20 a.m- in the Register each week. i the headache any more." It is Machinery you want, we have It. Writ]
Weet-bound mall closes at'5:10 p.m. A fellow out west wants to run I for and terms.
us catalogue, prices
:Mall from Vernon arrives at; 10 a 53
and leaves on arrival of the east bond $19worth of advertising and :

mall.* then send us $10 ;'fora MALSBY COMPAN '
Sunday hours: 11:30 m', to 12:80 p. m., : keCARDUI
Money Orders Issued at all hours when shotgun 'Such a gun would 41 South Forsyth St., ATLANTA. GJJI.
office la open except; Sundays. retail aytabout'$6. For running
We sell the following well-known goods: America j
$16 worth of locals $1
we get a Tho Woman's Tonfc Bench & Dromgold, Geiser "Peerless," and Smith Myers & SdmlerSa) .
Our Clubbing M.UBAiraXB magazine telling us how to do I Mills In all sizes and capacities; Erie Cty, Geiser "Peerless/,'' and Houstoi
and Seml-vf ekly Atlanta dressmaking at home. By running I Stanwood & Gamble Engines and Boilers la all sizes; Challoner,and Perk
Journal, per year $1.75. The pains 'from which Shingle Machinery; Band Saws, ., Grist Mills "Peerless" Thresher
York $50. worth of advertisingand women suffer every Planers,Steam Feeds,and various other Machinery, Repairs and Mill Supplle '
BANNSB and Thrice. -week New sendine$25 to an Atlantic many We can furnish you the best Machinery on the market and at the i
World per year, $1.65. month are unnecessary.It's time save you money We have no branch house.
BAKKBB and Semi-weekly Tlmes-Un- City firm we will be given a deedto not safe to trust to

n and Citizen, per year $1.50. a lot. When the tide'is in the strong drugs; right at the
'BANKEB and Home and Farm, per year time of the pains.
1.2ft lot stands six feet under water.If Better to take Cardiff UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. Florida State College For W

we .can'run a column Crite- for a while, before and GAINESVILLEA S T'' TALLAHASSEE

General, Directory., up of a doings held iq North Dakota after, to strengthen the Superior But Inexpensive Institution for College Arta and Sdencea Nemal
_' and the Florida Young Men. School ot Music. School of Art. School o(
system cure cause.This
this fall amounting to
km.School of Home Economic
STATE.OFFICJtALS.- Four coll e B agricultural experiment station;
': is the sensible First class equipment tbrotnthovt.. "
University extension.
$7 will be sent two $1 tickets professors aaBlntanta. -
W..Gllchrlst., we HO rrOthtor expanses *very low. for Inlocj
,I" Governor her the scientific, the right way. per cent increase in attendance last
.Our railroad fare there and back rear. Attractive buildingn and dimmi For address
Secretary of'ttate-B!! : ClaOrawfol'd. Try It. catalo.ueaddres.. A.A.M01PiREEPre.Wsat.w DW AID CONtAOI.hero,
:Attorney GeneralPark Trammel .for two, would be about $75. We

:. Com. AK.rlculture-D. E. MoLla.d can baye almost any Chicago daily .

d __ Treasurer-Wm V. Knott. paper sent us free. The' subscription RQUHAR'.MACHI-NBRV CQ.JACKSOtNVILLEP. .

Supt. Public Instruction-W.M DoUo.I is only $4, but all we Trouble With Her Costume. 431 B. Bay Street

I way. have to do is to run $36 worth of Mary Garden the singer, was LORIDA. ..
C. Croom. -
r supreme .1'1..uun--.L&lu"___& _"" &._a, M. l3ha c kleford, focals. in: a box at'the Metropolitan Oo- Everything for: the saw mill I

t Chief Justice: O.. H. Mabrv. Cler... For $40 worth of advertisingand era House witnessing an opetat- ,plaining mill. We are now sel ,

Railroad Commission Hudson Burr, $25 cash we can own a bicy ic performance on one of her off the well known Farquhar Mac >.

Chairman; R. C. Dunn, Clerk. cle. The wheel sells at just $12. nights. A famous ":,singer was ,

Judge first judicial clrcult-J.,Emmett About a dozen firms are wantingto singing:, and Miss Garden was ery direct to the user, :which m

Wolfe, Pensacola. give us shares in gold mines asked what she thought of. her. a saving; to our. uatom r..
State Solicitor>> first judicial circuit-J.
Walter Kehoe. for advertising. B nursery firm She has a most superb figure, Large Stock-Easy Term,'".
l' will send us a 25c rose' bush for '
replied Miss Garden. Her'' bod- Send for Catalog and Prices. '

0. B, LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS. $5 worth of advertising. For ice, though i is very decolete, and a

H. 8.Chubb, Register, Gainesville, Fla. running a six-inch advertisementfor her sliirt is- very short.: Then -

Shields Warren, Receiver. Gainesville. one year we, get a ''gross of Miss Garden smiled and said:
j F. F. Pelt &
SAY! i
WASHINGTON- COUNTY' OFFICERS. pill*. .. ,In fact-'; hef dress reminds me ot .

these winter days we're' haying ,
5 Circuit Clerk-W. C. Lockey, Vernon. MAKING LIVE 8AFKK.: ;
County Judge-I. A. Hutchison Vernon. Everywhere life Is being made more safe it begins top late and it, ends too .

aherlff-C. G. Allen, Chlpley. through the work o( Dr. King's" Mew Life early., '-' t :- j We wilt'send the Banner free for
5 Treasurer-H.,B. Tiller Vernon;, !< .. ;' -
5 Pills in constipation,bllllouoness, dyspep: ., 0' the term of this school to Also .dealersin Sta
Tax ASI98Sor-.T.J, William, Chlpley. ala IlIdI'f3IIUoDlIvel'trouble, kidney -trouble Chamberlain's. Cougb Remedy is a
Tax Collector-W. B. Gainer. Kconnna.! and bowel -disorders. They're: easy, I valuable medicine for throat and lung very and Fancy Grpc:
Supt.Public Instruction-B..F, Gainer, but sure, and perfectly build tip the health. trouble, quickiy relieves and cures painful To Every White TeacherIn

'.WauRau.supervisor of Registration-J. W. 20o st 8.'J:. MoGeaehy, breathing and a dangerously Bounding Confectionaries. Sm
cough which indicates congested lungs.
Gainer, Econ na. Sold by City Drug Co. and S.E.McGaaohf. Washington County ers Goods, Fruits, Vegables. ,
5 County Soll2itor-A.: D. Carmichael, Too Much of a Division. ,
5 5 .
Chlpley. Fish 'and Oyst
When Robert J. Burdette was Who will send us the news, of
County Surveyor-Thos. Collins, Cary .
World Almanac Has It All.
vllle! Fla.County. .. a boy he called his( mother :upstairs their community each week, or Stock new and prices'little

Commissioners one day and ask her to All the phenominal growth and cheaper. We
J. M. Simmons, Chairman, Vernon every two weeks at least. was
whip'John (his brother)and whip development that have .marked
S W Bush Chlpley.
f him good. the progress!! of events throughout your trade Give o)
., B. F. Evans: Vernon. Correspondents may write on .
'i .. J. H. Porter Mlllvlile-' But what has little John been the world in 1910 are reflected restaurant trial. S,

J, T. zhtower, Vernon. doing? enquired his mother. and recorded in The World any subject of general. interest
vice first class. LOC4in'Tharp"building.
School Board:
he wants half the bed''' Almanad for 1911 To enumer- only -
G.B, Bush. Chairman.'Orange"Bill Why, to Our request. that they retrain -
S. J. Gainer, St. Andrew. < himself, said Bob... ate its new.features would be to Pho

W. F. Russ, Vernon. Well, he is entitled to half said enumerate everything new and from using-the name of any No. 8.

Mother burdette. important .that has taken place in
person in a way calculated:_ to give
Mayor CHIPLEY-U. H. CITY Well.OFFICIALS.ti Mebbe he is, whimpered Bob, the last year. The completenesswith Chipley, Fla

Marshal-n. M. Farrior, but he wants.hisbalt" in the middle :Which! the subjects are treatedar'e'shtitr offense... .

Clerk: and Treasurer-W. W. Cook. of the bed and wants me to by :the tact that ..
Council-A. D. (Carmichael chairman, R. SCARLET '
fifteen detail Let .
C. B. Dunn,J. R.McGeach7.C..E.Tb..rpW. sleep on ,both side pages are tp us
0: Butler, Jr. .. \ facts concerning, the new Notary Public.f f
The busiest and mightiest' little thing ."Science Aviation." "The
that made Is From You.
was ever
High Cost of Living is another \ Real
Estate Handled.
Stomach and Liver Tablet*. They do the
work whenever you require theta aid. These subject treated at length in de- Collections
Banner a specialty. <
tablets change weaknessSnto strength tail. -. -. We want the News .
listlessness Into energy"; idoomlnesa into
% .It is the Office ID
one reference volume I First National Buk.Here's .
Jovousaess. Their action Is so. gentle"one --
don't realize they have taken -purgative.: which'aoiiuratelydescribed -
Chipley, Fla. /Hold by City Drug Co. and 8. B. WcQeachj by 'paraphrasing"' Lincoln's

I famous sentence 'concerning a

Stands for the Upbuilding'of His Bunch.A people's government;? ..It is a "Good Slogan for
boolCof fact's of'forandtby.TheWorld. :
man who had bumped around

,: Chlplel' from church to church, trying to <<; < ,. ,'. _.- ,,"'...".., ''r'"",; ": 'a Bigger and Better Business.

'County.' find a congenial ,congregation, ., -. -.... .. ...,.." ,.... .
Washington The New York: board of' '. .. ; '
stopped one Sunday at the Little .. health.. .' .II..II..I.T- ,. 1 ,

And' Florida; Cburch Around the Corner, saysa doesDot'know, 'What tondo' with DON'T BLOCK THE WAY! '
\ .
New York nine tons of bad eggs it seized. .
_'_ r paper. Why not f eedtheinotbe I
Good morninWeaid the usher. ,
Move as fast as the procession-or move'out.
.'.. _Take the
J Per Year '
Subscription $1 storage. men ,< >
: Are a stranger? ,. ./
you '
... J" -
: of the in
c' i ... pace company you .are or:make way for.the
Oh, no,_said the mannot par .. -- ,p- man
", .-' behind.'r': _
.;,A WILD BLizZARD ., _
ticularly. I just dropped ; RAGING ,
in. ,
: We make a Specialty of ,. '. j
; ,
". I .< t Just then the congregation Began bringsdangers; ,:;snfTerincoflen."d ath-tA .. ( 7T ,.i- rDon't -'" ,.
j 1 '
thousands, who takes colds, boughs and la- '
stand in the
way of. new. 'ideas. Don'tpause in the
Neat, ; -- -:' to read the service; with the grippe-that terror' WID and Spring. -
L ...' : i ,f minister.We Its danger signals'are stuffed' up noetrel, path of better system. Don't settle down on .the ladder of \

'.r Artistic. have done the things We lower part of nose sore, 'chill and fever suc e8s. Don't be a barnacle, on the ship of pregress.
1'llIln back of 'thro
head, and a tt- <0 '.Cbmrnercla.1: Printing ought not to have done,""and, have cough Wheo Grip attacks, as jou value ,- f

left undone the things we :should your 2ire.doa't delay ettincc pro/ King's .> '.-Change means'progress. Progress means advancement!{

.. have done. dew Iilscovory. .One bottle.oared me,
*rites A;L. Uunn.ot Pine Valley, Missy
:' i--:; The Banner Before they go any further. the I alter being laid np three weeks with Grip. Advancement means movement. MOVE!

man said: For sore lungs,hemorrhages> oonahs, colds
--.f. ./J Thank heaven I've ,whooping r couch, broanhltis- asthma, IU DON'T
found BLOCK
f; .my THE WAYI'
supreme, DOo. $1. .Guaranteed by 8. K..MeGeacby :. ,
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FEBRUARY 26-.27-28 :] Pa "
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Pensacola will celebrate Mardi Gras this tt" .
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year on a scale never previously attempted and her l( 30

G MAGNIFICENT STREET PAGEANT will surpass anything :" -.' ,. \' "' '..
q.- ever seen on the Gulf Coast. Visitors will Also tee r..l"Ic&.... 4 2 _

McRee and Barranca, with their great Guns and Garrisons of Artillery t \ ,.
guarding: the entrance of: Pensacola Harbori the U. S. Navy I ,

Yard with Us War Vessels its Marine Corps and Wireless Station....Lislit. d l #

Honest,the Life Saving Station the Ocean Sle.merGr..t; Wharves 3

and the Mighty World Commerce of a Deep Water Seaport. e e

First Class Hotel Accommodations ( -..- .. "..' ...----.....-......--" .. -

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$ This at five ancient different city times of Spanish in its history Legend acknowledged and romance allegience which has ... )Ni i Just a word Farmers and. Fenfe Builders:

i to the Flags of five different Nations invites you to meet King r A' A !
Priscus Feb. 262728. You will have the TIME of your life. .

{ Your Railroad Agent will tell you about the Cheap : Having made a deal for ,Ten Car Loadsof e
'Round Trip Excursion Rates From Your

i City which, will be on sale Feb. 21. the Best American Steel Wire Fence we :

,,.\\ ire in position to make you better prices $
1 When Man Was a Marine Animal. .. &
DYNAMITE ;1| It was' M. Qulatau, u French physiologist .' than ever before.
who several years Hguvivte *
!I a paper to show that the colorlt 1
STUMPS fluid in which the red corpuscles* <>f our .. Be sure you see us before buying wire 0
blood float and which la culled the 43i
I J f Vy "blood serum" la the same fluid a* that : elsewhere. It means money saved. x
which constituted the primeval Ken.
The earliest forms of'lIfe which floated $
In the primeval sen were out u thai '

CheapestWay I II I I were the cells constituted and tissues were of always viuleli bathed tues : Chipley Hd W. Co.: :$

by thld primeval fluid When slllcu e ,

F 'r animals became a may constituent have coated of the tlteinselvei sea ths .

I : with slliclous coverings but many ol
I To Clear their cells were still bathed !by the
fluid, and some of them as they Massed
I from the'sea to the land may have First 'National; Bank,

1y Land closed up their alimentary canals, HO
that a distinction arose between their! OF PENt9ACOti.A FLA, _
Internal organs and their outer BUierflcles .
Designated Depositary of the United State. ,
,'but still for the good of their
On Feb. I llth 1911 I ; at. 1 p. m. ,
cells, they still bathed them in the
Oldest and Bank '.
Largest In Wet Florida. t
THE DU ; POWDER saline fluid. To do so more effectively ;. OISO-.SJN'XZlEIi: ,
.POriT COMPANYwill ;3"CTX.TT; 10: :1BBO. j' r'
they took the saline fluid ashore with r ,.. "'1-

give a DEMONSTRATION of them In the form of a blood serum,,awl Capital Half Million Dollars :'. :;:;
: ;
It is this blood serum which we carry .
about with us today,. the most evident Surplus and Undivided Profits., 8>1OOOOO. :
relic of the age when we were marine)
: Stump Blasting animals. Interest Paid in Savings Department. at Rate of 4 per cent per.Annum.

I .
Wh.n Lov.ra Watched the Corps. THe> First National Bank

Most curious of the old time superstitions OF PBN8A.Ccn.A..
Chipley Fla. 1le\ south of town. of New England was the custom -
at W. K. HTBR. JR.,President KbvBBR.
W.S. : Vice-Proa
I of requiring lovers to watch the W.J. FORBBU, Caehtur. ,
Tnofl. W.
nB NT. Ant.Ca hJer. W N. RoBBwra AB"Ciwhler
.on the ,farm of E. N* pEKL; corpse. It associated the- hopes of ,Dlrtctori:-F. C.Brent. W. A. Blount W.a Keyaer. Wm. H.Knowlem W.K.Hyer J
'who has kindly. granted permission:. to ,rnatel this I marriage with the silent vigil was W.J.Fortxsi. Knowlea liver Thai.W.Brent. '
poetic and has only disappeared from
demonstration on.:bis property. !i the oldest towns within a generation.
"" I', No obligation of the social conscience' High-Class Saw Mill MachineryWe

Every Farmer i j i was more scrupulously regarded' thus carry at our new warehouse,
that a dead body should never be left
; ,I 408 and 412 East Bay St., a large
alone at night. In the earliest
interested invited to attend. days
and all others are I stock of Portable and Stationary
,, the solemn watchers were old men and
i|I women, deacons, selectmen, but as the Engines;Locomotive and horizontal /
colonies grew honest lovers with plighted v, Return Flue Boilers; Saw-Mills,
_troths were frequently; selected for 1 Planers, Edicts, Saws, Belting-
these long vigils. and Mill Supplies; also engine and

1 1 I 1 'M' sawmill repairs. Walso handle the
HID S 1I A Food Expert. celebrated line of Hustler Saw MillsandErleEngines

F'U'RS"'AND ( PRICE PAID /_ I I II f "What is a food expert?" and Boilers. This makes the best Saw Mill outfit on earth..

I FURS AND HIDES ". "..,"I I L "Any man who can make his wages Get our prices before buying. We can save you money. A postal will bring "-
buy enough for the family table.--
Writ for prloo r
Traveler Write for illustrated
"' catalog covering your requirements.
this ., ,- Philadelphia, Ledger.
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CO".tlll ; olslby Machinery Co.

JOHN. WHITES, SSSX&5, 'n.i. '(:tl NOTjfCE; FOR PUBLICATION. 4OS .Se. 412 E., Hay St. Jack onvlllcJ, FIorMcln.
'; 4w Lana Dlwtartce Telephone No.. &'7....
\ Department of the Interior.
U. 8. Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.

,.-- .'0.- I School at Home. Notice Is hereby given January that Walter 7/1011 M. M tlt tll

# Hutchison, of Econlina. Florida who, on
WoodsSeeds.. Let the Carver School teach' you by December 23ih, lix)8, made Homestead -GR WiiGGER R iS-i:
mail;"the.Art 6f Photography* Entry;Serial No. 01172, for HW jrf Section
I 1O. Township 1 north Range 13 west
If you are seeking, a profession that Tallahassee Meridian, has flied notice of
For The is'not overcrowded and one remunerative Intention to make final Commutation
proof to establish claim to the land above
respectable an4 "pleaantyou described batore the Clerk of the Circuit
Farm an?'.Garden 'are advised to take up photography Court at Vernon} Florida, on the 10th day There is not a cotton farmer in this section -

have an established reputation -Let the Carver School teach of Claimant February names, 1911.. aa witnesses! : Henry 4 who cannot increase his profit per acre I

you.. ,. L. WaUlngham,. Homer Haddock, of
extending over thirty years be If you are an*amateur photographerand Kconlina. Fla., and J. M. Johns T.. W. on cotton fron $15 to $25 per acre if he goes
ing and used Kla.
planted extensively Johns of Sexton
by the best Farmersand, Gardeners wish to make better pictures at a HKNBT S. CHUBB about it .in the right way. Read the.following: ,
lower cost; or wish to become a professional Ed fee paid. Keglster.
throughout the Middle and From the Press Bulletin No. 85, Florida Experimental Station. ,
Southern States.. -Let the Carver. School teach NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Experiments conducted by the Florida Agricultural Experiment ,

you.If Department of the Interior, Statldn, as published In Press Bulletin No. 85 shows that
poundsof ,
Wood's New for 1911 will you are a professional and, wishto U. S. Land Office at Gainesville. Fla.
January 7, 1911. rertlllzer per acre produced an Increased'yield seed cotton over an
help to produce work that will be a pleasure ,
Seed Catalog you ,and creditto Notice Is hereby given that John lifts unfertilized plat valued' $20.40 and that 60a pounds fertilizer under
determine to'yodr customers; a
of Fountain Fla. who on July 21, 19O4.
to what crops and seeds to plant you-Let the Carver School teach made Homestead Entry No. 34017 (toleriarNo. same conditions produced an increased yield valued at $29.40
for 09752) for :y\NX BectlOD20. Township Figuring the 400 pounds .Fertilizer' costing$5.50.there was a
and Our .
success profit. publications you. 2 north flange 12 west, Tallahassee Meridian .
of $14.90
\ profit acre or over 270'per cent.
have' long been noted The Carver School of Practical Photography hag Hied notice of Intention to per
for the full and complete infor- offers twenty cemplete! prac make final five rear proof, to establish Figuring the 600 pounds of Fertilizer as costing $8.25 here was a
claim to the land above described before profit of $21.15 or over 256 per cent.
mation which they give. tical and inexpensive courses covering the Clerk of the Circuit Court at Vernon,
all branches .of photographic work. Florida" on the 16th day of February, 1911. From the above the Department draws the following conclusions:
Catalog mailed free on for full information it is Claimant names an witnesses: Nero "The facts so tar seen; to Indicate that there Is profit In applying 400 ,
Write ,
request. Write for it. now McFadden Hampton McClarv. Gaston to COO pounds per acre of a complete fertilizer on poor grade pine land. That
free and places you under no obliga McFadden Ed. Davis, all of Fountain the practice, which Is quite prevalent, of putting. lotto 200 pounds per acre I.i iI
I T. tions. Address Fla.-, of a poorly balanced fertilizer(such as Cotton Heed Meal or Kalnlt) la I1DPrO-t
W. WOOD & SONS HEKBT S. CHUBB. I fitable' seems even more clearly Indicated. There teems rood reason for: be I i
Seedsmen. THe Carver School of Ed fee paid. Register. hewing that the man who has been using 100 to 200() pounds of Cotton Seed
Va. ( l
Richmond Meal or Kalnlt per acre on cotton may Increase his yield to a profitable extent ,
Practical Photography.Lock NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. by applying Instead 200 to 40Q pounds or more of a complete fertilizer." i iI
Box( 504 Waterloo, Iowa. Department of the Interior,
V -----.-..- -- _- f r ', r U. S. Land Office at Gainesville, Fla. I i iI
January 21,1011. Use lVloroArmour's
I i
i What is hailed 3.3 the victory Notice Is hereby given that Nora B.

j) of Governor Wilson of New Jer- McQuagge Mashburn of Bennett. Florida! who on Animal Fertilizers.
A. G. July 10, 1900 made Homestead Entry, Serial Complete
sey in defeating ex-Senator < No. 05M&, for Stf of SEW. Section 1
: and EX of 11ectlon 12, Township 1
j Smith for reelection to tee Senate Notary Public South;Range 13 west,.Tallahassee Meridian A. R. ,Wells, Sales Agent. "
has filed notice of Intention to make
and securing the election of Jas final Commutation proof to establish CC999999
E. Martin State at Large., claim to the land above described, before
is arousing:, comment .. the Clerk of the Circuit Court at Vernon, '
in Washington. wad teat< thaf -' Florida, on the let day of March. 1911. Armour Fertilizer Works. -
Claimant names as witnesses: J. M.
in precipitating: the fight against Delineators and Butterick'sFashi6oa Porter, J. II. Porter, Henry Padgett and
Smltb Governor Wilson ,staked sold ,at Misses Rich G. T. room all of HENRY Bennett H. CHUBB Florida. JACKSONVILLE E, FLA. J

his Doliticajfutue. ardson's. Ed fee paid. R Kl.ter. t11.rOM. A.. .;.!._.. *
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] Town Topics. ITWAN'f.ED..A

"MATTING.. 0 good, sober HINTS TO FARMERS.

We'have just received a lace shipment of printer.-The: .Bnanei C '

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realize ,.,
Now is the time that you
MATTINGboth Come to the Banner office when V
season's work. .:.:
of on your ,
in need job printing. .

in China and Japanese, and in Mr Blount carried the Chiplej As you sell your cotton, grain, '

all the latest colors and patterns.We precinct by 143 majority.Are .' stock or other produce, place .,

in this good with .. ,
director account -
sell by the yard or by the roll. you a your money on open
holder of common -
new year, or just .
stock. : a reliable bank. ." .
Ennis & Coleman. ."
bills by
A Dago and a.Monkey were in .. .. Pay all your

town Saturday to the. ,delight of: which makes the best kind of a

youngsters. and avoid the worry and
0 /Mrs Hollinsworth, .who b s\ /s The,Chipley ild w. Co.. have i the carrying

] Personal.W. IT been visiting"her brothers hen /few of the priie winning cottoi danger attending

W. J. and J. P. Schell, for the [seed for sale (. of large sums of money.

portion of past week or two, returned to hCj1 If weather. istcrazy,.as beet .Our offices are always at the : -
C. Alford spent a Iowa home this week .'
Tuesday here. h.1 stated, then let it stay demented customers and .
J. D. Campbell accompanied for a while longer.; ,'$' disposal of our .

Dau Washington was in tow I by Bowers Campbell of. Maria .' country friends.
to make your
Saturday afternoon. Begin right now '
attended the funeral ot one of "
na, -
to attend the Marti -
Attorney W. H. Shipman, was. their relatives at Eucheeanna, on arrangements .
(' i Gras at Pehs cola.
in the city Saturday. Monday.' They made the trivia ; National Bank
Rev. W. A. Bryan made a shortspeech The First
automobile. ,
.. Fred Watson of Marianna,was an
night in behalf oi
a visitor here Monday. W. W. Owens and W. D! Owens Monday -. OF CHIPLEY.
candidate N. P. Bryan.
A. G. McQuagge, visited Mari of near Wausau, returne< I. .
anna on business Monday. Saturday morning from a 'ten f B. Blake & Co. have moved.-to

days visit in the southern part of the building recently vacated, by
W. H. Giles came out fro* invited toca11 1
M. G. Buck. You are =
the state; their first stopping' ,
Pens'ac01a Tuesday to vote. on them at their new place. .-
place was They say load of genuine North /,
Attorney Padl Carter of Ma+ of State is Orange county will soon be in A car
that section the won exchange says that ever Groundpeas was 'I

rianna, was m town Friday. derfult: ; but they are content to I'I'n knows; something that they the election.,thick of The another commissioners wet and dry of. Carolina received by seed the Chipley Hdw. Co. /

Oscar Roche of Wausau, was :a remain in Washington county. I would like to tell someone else. !

business visitor here Monday. Prof.R. V. VanBrunt and al i Yes,,and they come ding, nigh that county March have 1st.ordered Orange the I this week.
\ election straight salary -
from the the teachers in the Chipley High telling it, too. : $80.00 per month
J. H. Porter was up voted the saloons out a year or with rig,
to men ,
.county site: on business Friday. School,.went to Marianna Fridayto If there is a_ chance 'to boom two ago, but went,wet in the recent and expenses, Poultry ,Reme-
attend a meeting of the Jackson business boom it. Don't put on to introduce our
: W. L.,Owens of Lake City was Statewide election. It Don't answer unless 'you
county teachers._ A splendid and look if always dies..
a business visitor here Monday. at long as you difficult for us to understandwhy busitfess. Eureka Poultry
program' had been arranged had the blues., Hold up community once rid of mean- ,
.' Miss Dot Robertson visited her for the occasion, but somehow: rour bead smile and look for the saloons any wbould want to take Food Mfg. Co. (Incorporated,)

sistern. Miss Inez, here Friday. those to take part,did not attend; better things. them on again. East St. Louis, Ill

Dr. Wilson made professional so what would have been an interesting -
An exhibition of shootin2'"'and
trip south of Vernon yesterday. .
"' ,' failure. horseback? riding was given ,Friday -

E. D. Everitt 'of Blountstown. was a .. ... afternoon by a Texan, a former TBRS
spent Saturday here on business "cowboy of the old regime.

Judge I. A. Hutchison was :tij Blount Nominated His feats with rifle, pistol and

from Vernon and spent Sunday The incomplete returns of the iiorse"-were splendid, and was For Good Things to Eat!

i primary held Tuesday, up to tht witnessed by a large crowd.
D. M. Martin of near Bonifay,, .
.:transacted business here, Mon time of&oing to press, indicate Bring job printing to The ...1....................
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that Hon. W. A. Blount has beer
Banner it you want the best work -
nominated United States Senatorby
day.J. Just Received:
and lowest prices. Another thing
T. Morris and wife were a majority over F. P. Bryanof ,

.' the guest of friends, here Saturday from 500 to 1,000 votes. And hat commends to you is the Raisins, -
increased act that,we give you your work Fruit Cakes and
this be .
majority i
: may
when you want it. A trial will ,
W. H. Fuller of the' Sexton when all the precincts'have been prove that we do what we say. Currants Other Cakes.
neighborhood, was in town Saturday heard from. .
.. i Besides' the work for several of Citron, All kins of Nuts.

The farmers of this section are iur business ,houses in Chipley, Seeded Raisins.Oysters .

... Rev. M. E. Grant was'up from busy plowing and otherwise getting .. ve have this week done printing '
Wausau and spent the day here Every Day.
1 ; ready for another crop. I for parties, at Vernon" Wausau,
Monday Greed Head and Cottondale;and
/W..W. Harvey, has just put fa)
Rev.. W. A. Bryan attended the delivery sent every job out on time, too, W' W. HARVBYeeeeeccecccecccceeeceeececccoeeeeeeccecoeoeaeoeeeoo
to commission. neat, new .
Baptist convention at DeLand, notwithstanding the fact that we
wagon, to better accommo
last week.- date'his increasing. trade in Pure I have i no printer to help the o. m.

W. H. Faulk of Clarksville Food Groceries -/

;" here and spent the week-end
It is said that-1,500 bomeseek- .
with his family. -
ers arrived in Florida: from the

.Attorney J. R. Wells of Pana- north and west,one day last week '

ama City, was shaking bands The[ fame .Florida is becoming Dunnn-Coleman Co. SELL '

with friends here Monday.T. more known each year. o... ,

A. Dekle and wife of Camp- Wesley Kent, whose home is'a I PAGE '

bellton, was here and spent Sun :ew miles southeast. town, was ,

day and Monday with relatives. shot several times Monday' by ': ; ,

M. G. Buck, our Hebrew mer- me Ezell, .a woodsman for the : -SOLID STEEL -

chant, closed out his'busines here \\.ycock Lumber Co.,, and from "

and left for LaGrange, Ga., this be wounds died a lew hours latin .f.-.", ,.

,.week. We have not, learned cause
:. V FENCE .
leading -to the shooting. Ezell -,: ;, ; V *
Dr. Tiller and wife and Mrs. "

W. E. Coleman and two children, vas arrested. ;,;::; /Capewell Horseshoe Nails, ". ,

spent Sunday with the Dr's. parents News comes from Washington} .,.... -.-
at Pinelog. hat Florida cities of over .5,000ave Improved, Olliver, Plows. _'.
/ MiSS Henrietta Patton of Apa shown a splendid growth .. Plaster Paris..the best made. '..
luring the last ,ten years. The ."
AacbtCQla, came in Sunday evening V Genuine .
Roofing. .: _
State now has ten cities in this : '
for a visit with her sister, I '

\Mrs. J. M. Sapp. clasS. instead of four,as given in' ,. "I' Standard. and Domestic. Sewing Machines.. ,.,.' ,1 ':.'':. "
the last census. average *'
returned '.1 White Rose Guaranteed Lime. '. *" ':
Mrs. J. R. McColskey increase in population is 77.2 per j : "
Sunday.morning from DeLand ent.: Not a decrease is shown. S V5 t. "Ell Kinds Farming Implem rits. : *,' .
'where she bad been attendingthe '
State Baptist convention. Until we can secure the service :. ::. Magnetic Guaranteed Paint. \",,
of a good printer we are forced V .
Chipley Bryan and wife left' V. : Pure White 'Lead guaranteed ;
1 to reduce the Banner to six .... V ...
"' for Dotban,Ala.,where .. :
Saturday singlehanded, V
ages. o.m., .:., Coffins and Caskets. '
.. Mrs. Bryan will receive treat- i i not quite equal to the task--of ..;
ment at the Blackshear Infirmary rinting ,eight pages, and keep

Editor Wilson of the Verdict, up with the usual run of job work Dunn=Coleman: Co.

.. spent last week at DeLand, at* t 3 av nothing of the extra Jobsthat "

t. ., tending" the State Baptist convention come in. Just'as soon as wean A- G. McQUAGGE, General Manager.

x as deligate from the Chip- get a printer the usual eight

Icy: church. ages will be resume ,


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