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Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
February 9, 1911


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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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_. FIRS ORANGE. HILL.: arlndl"- Day Scares. The progress that ,men make
"t} .' should be measured by the distance -
Tuesday Thursday and Saturday deal about
will ; We hear a great war
tf The W. X W. boys meet
have traveled from
of each week is griding scares jpst now and it seems, to they :
>INSURANCE; Friday night. days. at the Chipley. Grist Mill. be the special business of some- the starting point,, rather .than
Kirby: Rooks was visiting s by the distance,to the goal.
M. MORRIS Prop. body to keep these scares alive.
parents here Sunday. ..r ." ." -" A'writer in the St. Louis Globe- One ot the most hopeful signsof

J4: F. B. CALLAWAY, Agent. Dan Pe and' Richard'WjlHany( Tobacco &: Suff at Schell'sF. Democrat mtkes a timely obser-' the age is the continued rise

]' :I am pleased to tell the people of were Visiting among: the fair.>;:sex vation when he says; in the moral standards.. Many

phlpleY' and vicinity, that I have pur- Sunday. B. Callaway sells trict1ybi&h 'Threats of war on the part of things.that men bewail as wick-

(baaed the insurance business of Buell Vernon get your fish baitready ,' grade fertilizers. foreign.cbuntries against the Un- edness in this generation would

9."Cook"I ," we're going: down. fora 4th ofJulyPicnic. Good Cigars Schell's ited,States did not bother Abra- have been passed over in former
represent only the very best cooaTjpanle '
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*-those time tried and. fire test- .. ,.1 Dunn-Coleman Co. sells. the --
J. ed. If you are not Insured, I would be Quite a crowd of young people : wire fence. See them.. at Springfield: 'AlI'the armiesof -
-- glad to write you a policy went to the sing at Bradford Europe, Asia aod ,Africa com DR. T. G. YATES,
f.The Value of Insurance cannot be Don't buy fertilizer until you bined with all the treasures of '
evening. TWENTY
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consult F. B. Callaway. excepted in
the earth (our own ) ..
.t Jf he will sell Itl! The savings, ot a '. Kirby Bush and Miss Grace as an .
Kllfe-time may be wiped out in a few. Nelson visited Falling Water Oysters 30c qt. at Scheli'sFARMERS their military chest with a Bonaparte EVE 'SPECIAL;,1ST,. ..--
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Sunday If want the
& Therefore I would advise you to you not by.force take a drink from
!> lace your Insurance with me. John Nelson wears a 3x9 smile BES'T'fertilizers see F. B. Calla the Ohio or make a track on the Dr. Wilson's Office. I

and says be is going to get hiG.i: way. Blue Ridge in a, trial of ''a thousand IN CMIF LBV, ,.

r' F. B. Callaway, wheel barrow "chaueffen"The "S! Butter\ 30c: Ib. at Schell's years.t ". From ELEVEN. to SIX 0'(' .ck. '
First Tuesday In Each Month.
entertainment given' [will, certainly be to in- Dunn-Coleman C u. will sell you
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. Insurance Agent.Send Mr and 1 Mrs. Fountain bY// \ir Examination FREE.
was much enjoyed by all -. terest to F. B. Callaway before I more goods for same money-' or My' Pensacola office< U Room; No 410

in your subscription. -tended. .. .\. ..,. arranging for,, your:'fertilizers; same goods for less money. Mount Building
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.'., to become one. We can sell you evenytbing you may need to' : -the kind you should i insi 'l on having.. Instead.of being ...)(

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..HI show you through our lines. Or'a telephone order"will. receive sell for the table. Any of our old }customers, will tell you 'this .UiX .

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k When it'Comes to Dry Goods, Shoes Clothing or-Notions We deliver promptly all goods purchased at our afore, to

... .'f.. we are right here with the.goods, and from our large and varied any part'of town tree of charge;. All you"do i'Yito call ;

..u .. stock* can suit you our! hobbies. is;Shoes. In this us up through 'phone No. 19. say what you want,' and we'll do v/
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THE BANNER '. ___ _
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At Cblplcy, Fla, Dana J. Jones made a trip to :
the Deadning Wednesday.Rev. .
WAL.TTBK W. JONBg, BdltoiICutered -.

] at the povtoffics at Chlplejr.FJa.. ai M. E. Grant transacted ... All kinds feed stuff yr,,
businessMn Chipley Monday. "
second dUll mall matter.SUBSCRIPTION.
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KATES: Come back Dock and get your L7.r 1 I

ORE TEAK........................(1.00 hat, it was only the Picnic Degree
SIX MONTHS,...... ....... ........ SO Melvinwas ,
and Robert
THREE MOUTHS,"................. .85AdrertUln John Grubs : Forthe. Horse,
in town Saturday afternoon.

*rate tarnished a application. Rev. W. D..Owens and brother, 1t,c!! '
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Communications on live topics especially W. W. OwensSi?, were in town F'th Cow /,.
of local Interest, are solicited. It ,
Is understood however that the publish- Tuesday. -' '. '. A
of THE UANNKH-wlU .not be responsiblefor : .N. .:. J' ::....\ ( : ._ .... 1
opinions expressed by correspondents.TTE T. L. Jones went to Vernon d
Saturday to carry' the returns of : :--.'" .- .) For the Chickens.- "
BANKER! wants a lire representative ,.
and correspondent at liberal the primary.Mrs. : j'" .
In the county and will make arrangements **' f 'i r .'
with the Hurt parties. Ella C. Jones and childrenleft <'- : .

THURSDAY. Fob. 9. 1911. Thursday for a wee 's visit For the Hogs, ; '

..... with relatives in Chipley. .
The of cotton is holdingup The election
price primary passedoff "
well; but corn and wheat are quietly; the vote was some I ALWAYS ON HAND[ : ,
.weak and lower. what larger than on Jan. 10th. ,

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I The W. O. W. boys held a very i .. .. -
The Ways and Means Committee -'; interesting' meeting Saturday Get Our Prices. .

will assemble shortly after i night, and some road.. the goat.G. \
'.M rch 4th to consider a revisionof .
M. Myers was here Tuesday -
the tariff. .
taking part in the primaryand Campbell & Dekle'.a .: r
.I transacting other business.
There is a cheerful feeling in .

business circles, and even Wall C. A. Grubbs a prosperous .' ..-,
street 'is feeling better, as is naval stores operator, made a '.1 ,_ ,

.>shown" by an advance in the price business trip to Vernon Satur ,

of stocks and bonds. day. .

Supt. B. F: Gainer made his

President Taft urges that con- usual trip to Vernon Saturday Here is a little axiom I saw
gress take immediate steps to looking after the business of his
',fortity the. Panama canal; but office.J. .

there is much opposition'in both J.: Cox and F. M. Rodgersleft :,
parties to doing this. '
in the afternoon Tuesday
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with their long fishing rods for
St. Petersburg is urging the the Dead ing' to try their luck i

commission form of city government fishing.' i
I and will probably secure
Curtice L. Jones make a business
the required charter amendment'
trip to Vernou Tuesday afternoon -
from thenext, legislature. :
and the boys accuse him 'j 1]
of going in the interest of W.' a '
Speaker-elect Champ Clark is er'
A. Blount. \
a favorite for the Democratic ; : ,,' I
nomination for President of the Uncle Ransome Peel and son of ; :)

I Bryan element in the party, whoa Bradford have their new store

e opposed to Harmon or Wil building about completed; they
son. up a new stock of goodsin ,
.. the near future. '

The postoffice appropriation Rough on Ratis is not in it bis

bill carrying $257,000,00, was i when(Miss Jane Tiller makes 'a r

.. passed by the House last week. : haul on the rats with' her wire. his

An amendment was adopted fix trap and gets seven at a time, as to ;

ing the salaries of rural mail car-, she did Tuesday. i

riers at 1000. Miss Pearl Jo"oes is sick :
U .. very .
with Roysolar Bear Itth or alight ;
It seems that no laws of gener- ov
'- type of small pox, which has been
'al interest will be passed by congress get
prevalent in this part of the county !
at this session, which endson
the past two months.
March 4th. The "stand pat" ? !

Republicans seem determined to Col. D. H. and P. L. Horne of ; ,

do nothing except to pass the appropriation Orange Hill were here Tuesday ter
bills. with their fishing outfit enrouteto

Crooked Creek, fish
A' on a camp ing :

If you are.looking for a home and hunt; E. N. Everitt, Sr. was. :

in Florida, where you can couple to join them Wednesday. hfs ;

with the productive soil a home We see the o. m. of the Banner

spot unsurpassed in the State, has been working singlehanded \

we suggest that you come to the past week and we judge from I I .A: ::

.. Chipley and vicinity. It is, the the,newsy.paper that he gof along I 56 ;

'. very place you are looking for, If, extremely-well. The fewer the' ...... ,

,;you.only knew it. better- pay in many things Walter:,
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Leavy Tiller who has been suffering '
'. The president the Panama !' ::;
says the past week with blood '

canal, when completed,, will poison on the under lip went to to ; ;
cost total of about $500,000,000 *
a Chipley Tuesday for treatment. '1

S' When we remember .that the Leavy is a noble spirited ourig'man ing

.. Panama route was preferred to and we are glad to note his ( )

the Nicaraguan on the plea that ,condition is muchjtnproved. : <
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.. Dr. R. E. Tiller and wife of
000,000 we wonder who was bun- : \ :
Chipley, were here a short while '
coed, and why it was necessary'to
Saturday afternoon. The were !
'. deny Senator Morgan's proposition
.enroute to the.Dr'a. old home atPinelog' '
r that the cost of that route a p ;
and were accompanied
would astound the word. .
,by'Uncle Crate tbeDr's. father,. ,
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\\r <; ; spbsidy legislation is as active as ,. .. ; I

f :' .. vt. ever, and now finds voice in Sen : { I '
'' NOTICE-Have your picture :
l': /atol- Cummins, who demands, instead :
', made at the Tourists Photo tent, (
: '*,',;,.:.?..*.. of bounties. or other gratu- next to First Nat. Bank Chipley,':(

': .!.'tie:ities paid from, the public treasury .Fla. Jt

_ |:- ",American registry for Amer- i ; $
'';rc ,-owned shjpsjvfeetever built.: Everybody says- that : Dunn- l (
,,.This.,plan would build up the Coleman Co. are the first peopleto 1 '

4 ',:American merchant m rine. The, offer the farmers the best r > (

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.\ BANNER. Oar Sentiments Exactly. i r j I a. goooocecoCCGOceoooeGC ceocoocoooeooooooooooooeoooo

The rods of rancid rot printed THE SOCTIMIN LIFE AND ACCIDENT i

,Dburcb' Directory daily in the bigcity papers about \ "I 1 Am Glad"writer !I .

the rich their sayings anddoings IzlEiult i iOP
Mi rch, South.-Preaching every vulgar ILZkc Company. -
1st. [ Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m \
ml, Paltor. ; their coming and going; Mrs. Ethel Newlin,

r School 10 ... m. W. N. Sheats, what they eat and how they eat of Uperty Center, Ind., "

8 tndent.feetlng. and when 'that I began to take Car- > Marianna Florida.
Thursday nights.en' it; what they wear how ,
dui for it has cured
I prayer meeting Tuesdayntg me.ana ,
fiYenrbody cordially; : Invited.," and where; duza worn by brain- 1 will never forget it. :' Invite your attention to its New Lire Policies, aa embodying the maximum -II!

i IChurchPreacblDC lees women, description ofevery "I cannot praise Cardul of practical protection at the lowest practical price. A remarkably !
End ,
including the too highly for what Jt did
.an .undav. Rev. Colller.pMtorj garment, cheap contract, but safe and conservative and backed by home capital.
Ca h School a. m., F. C. U s wk. broidered and hemstitched cloths for me. Before I beganto
ya1e teneent. take it, I was very > 'W. H. MILTON President. .
r a Meeting Wednesday nights.Potoflle prepared beforehand the unborn bad color, suffered great i Directors *. E.GamlDOD. John Milton.Jr., W.B. WmUon N. A.BaltwU.
brats-all their'fulsome nacreous pain and weighed only j. Brook.J. M. DUkm. B. H,Lewi.John Milton.ilLOCOOCOOOCOCOOOOOCOCOCOOOCCDOOOOOoceooocOOOOOOOODDDO I

Directory.urs stuff, drooled out daily in 105 pounds. Now I havea
\4.lfiaq; 7:30 ft.m.ta,7:00 p m.; ex- column good color do not suffer
undgvs. the big .papers-by .
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t 411wat!;.bound mall closes. at 10:20 a.m and by the whole page-a sort of and weigh 125 lbs. If it is Machinery you want, we have It. Writeus
W bound mall closes at 5:10 p.m. ass
.Malnrom Vernon arrives at 10 m. gross pandering to riches-a servile for catalogue, prices and terms.

and 1 leaves. on arrival of the easr boundmat worship of snobbery; a putting -

tJjte of the forehead to the ground ko.CARDUI MALSBY] COMPANY
f Sunday hours: 11:30 m.t to.19:30 p. m.,
/Mosey Orders Issued at all hours when when the money moloch passes I 41 South Forsyth St. ATLANTA GA.
'.ore II except Sundays. ,
down the street does more to
The Woman's Tonic
t' stir the devil in a man than all We sell the following well-known goods: American,
"r up "'ware of strong nox- Hench At Dromgold, Geiser 'Peerless.: !." and Smith Myers & Schnier Saw
,;, Oar Clubbing U... else combined. This sort of man IfiSs A mineral drugs that Mills In all sizes and capacities; Erie Cty, Qeiser ""Peerless," and Houston,
Stanwood & Gamble and Boilers in all sizes Challoner and Perkins
Engines ,
; U.AJlrNBB and Semi-weekly .Atlanta worship may eall right in coun- ;
sink Into system
$1.75. your Shingle Machinery; Band Saws, s, Grist Mills, "PeerlessThreshers,
lou rnal,
per year tries where one man is "acknowl like lead to the bottom 01a Planers,Steam Feeds,and various other Machinery, Repairs and Mill Supplies.We .
isjSBBlWicB and Thrice t-week New York edged to'be better than another, basin of water. can furnish you the best Machinery on the market and at the same
'sW6rld, per year, ".65. .
time save you money We have no bunch house.
Cardul Is purely
,TfjiTusEB' and Semi-weekly Tlmes-Un but it will never go in this land vege-
fn.and Citizen, per year, f 1.60.I of the free and the home of the table and minerals contains, no
B4K1II'BB and I Home and Farm, per year poisonous or
..E5' brave; and the sooner the big papers dangerous drugs. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. Florida'State CollegeFor: Women

let up on this daily floutingof It is perfectly safe, and GAINESVILLE TALLAHASSEE

harmless, for use by old A Superior. But Inexpensive Institution for
of decent
in the faces
[General Directory.STATE money College of Arts and Sciences, Normal School.!
all of and young, and may be Florida Young Men. School ot Music.School of Art. School of Expres
OFFICIALS. people the quicker sorts taken, as a tonic, for Four colleallri<:ultura'experiment" station; sloe School of Borne Economics.

overnor-Alber W. GlichrUt.Secretary devilishness will cease to be a months, without any possible University ant. 80 per extension." cent Increase 46 profuMor In attendance and asslat.lant CjFirst. Other class expense equipment*very throughout.low. For Information Tuitionfree.

menace our government.San harmful effect. Try It. year. Attractive buildings and campu. For address "
of State-H. Clay Crawford. tof catalogue address, A.A.MURPHIEE,Prcsldeit. -EDWAIDtCOMtADI. P r.

', Attorney General Park Trammell. ford Herald.Well ,

'om. Agriculture-B.E. MeUn. put, Bro. Holley. The

rell.sl1rer-Wm y. Knott. daily prose should read and re FARQUHAR MACHINERY CO.

ipt. Public Instruction-W, M Hollo* form. Riches are all right if Back to Life and. Joy. 431 E. Bay Str eet,

way. honestly obtained; But the fellow "I shall get bacu to Nature in JACKSONVILLE, LORIDA.
Comptroller; who is ,under is the one, who the New'Year;" said the old"phil- Everything for the saw mill and
y$preme Court-Tbos. :M. ,
,, Ufef l Justice: M. H.,Mabry.Cler*. osopher.,. That is, I shall live plaining mill. We are now selling

?JtaUroad Commission-: B.Hudson Burr, __J more out doors-attend more picnics the well known Farquhar Machine

I Chairman; R. C. Dunn, Clerk. WIFE GOT TIP TOP A.DVIOK.' ,.and ca'mp in the friendly,
clrcult-J.'Emmett ery direct to the user, which mean
;Judge first judicial My wife wanted me to take our boy to a sheltering woods when'' the fish

|Wolfe, Pensacola. doctor to cure an ugly boll, write D.,.Fran- and river'run a saving to our customer
ing is good, the as
State Solicitor:>> first judicial circuit-J kel of!btroud:> Okla. 1 said, put. Buokleu's
(alter Kehoe. Aral Salve on It| the did so, and It'oured steady .as, candidates. The outdoor Large Stock-Easy Terms.

tbe boll In a short time. Quickest healerof life is health and sane pleas- Send for Catalog and Prices. .

U. S. LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS. burn, scalds, outs, corn, prlns.! bruises ures. No one waits for you at a
,welling.. Bent Pile cure on earth. Try
,D. S.Chubb, Register, Gainesville, Fla. It; only.Mo at 8. K. MeGeaohys. midnight door of danger with alight

1 [Shields Warren, Receiver, Gainesville in one hand and a club in
F the other; no excuse for being SAY! Pelt & Co.
In the mailer late; no hedging; but a bed on the
Toting physicians ,
{Circuit Qler-W-C. Lockey, Vernon. '
J County/..Ke--I..A. acbllOn'Vernon. town bar an Idea that appearing green earth, and the uncomplain. RESTAUR T. '.
I Sheri( .-C. G. Allen Chlpley. very busy will help them greatly In, I] ing stars to light you to bed We will send the Banner free for

Treasurer-H:B.'Tiller Vernon. touting told by a an practice.ex-senator.The following Dr. Godfrey was The Lord send the sweet spring- the term of this school to Also dealers in Staple
Tax Asutlsor-J..J. .Williams, Chlpley
Tax Collector, ( -W. B.Gainer Uconnna.Snpt. !: Hunter Kentucky.: Dr. Banter bad time, with the birds in Grand Op and Fancy Groceries.Confectionaries .

Public Instruction. V Gainer, a call tbe afternoon following'' the era, the roses reddening like the To Every White TeacherIn
banging out of his "shingle" and
[Wausau. 1'ps.of! Love and the benedictionof Smokers
Supervisor of RelZl.r.rat.loDJ. 'Wf started through town In his buggy;
f Gainer, Econflna. terrific speed. C policeman stopped the blossoms., Washington .County ''Goods, Fruits, Vegetables

Countv Pollcltor-A. D. CarmlchaelfChlpley. tbe' enterprising physician. .. ,
{ Doctor." be said It Is against the Fish and Oysters.
city; ordinance to drive at tbe speed U troubled with Indigestion, constipationno Who will send us the news of ,
County Surveyor-Thos.Collins, Cary yon are going. Ton must accompanyme appetite or le1! blllloua, give Cbamber- Stock new and prices a
vllle, Fla: to tbe Judge and pay your fine." laln't' Stomach and +Liver Tablets a trial their. community each week, or ,
County Commissioners: "What the finer Inquired the doc and you will 119 pleased :-wltb the result.These.tablets little cheaper. We want
,, J. M. Simmons,Chairman, Vernon tor. Invigorate tbe stomach and every two weeks at least.

., S. W.Bush Chlpley. "Five dollars." lIver and strengthen the digestion. Sold your trade. Give our
'' B. F. Evans, Vernon The doctor's band flew to bis pocket. by City Drug Store and B, 1:. AlcGeachy Correspondents may write on

J. H. Porter Mlllvllle. Here's; 910. I bare to come back Just restaurant a trial. Sere _.
J. T. lllghtower, Vernon. as fast a* I am going."-Success Maga. any subject of general interest.
V on. vice first class. Located
t School Board: sine. In Germany "von" .tiiplles nobility Our only request is that they refrain -,
G. B. ;Bush.Chairman,Orange Hill in Tharp building. Phone- i
nt Match... and nil persons who belong to the nobility I
S. J. Gainer St. Andrew. The First C.t* prefix "von" to their names without I '
from using the name of :
W.. F. Buss,.Vernpn.' Before 1833 when wooden matches any exception. Persona who do any No. 8.
with phosphorus were made In ,
people were dependent upon flint and nnf heloiyr to the nobility cannot have person in a way calculated to give
CHIPLEY CITY OFFICIALS. steel to secnre 'a light. The first pat- the rlglilhJBjp put "von" before their Chipley, Fla.
names. AArian who Is knighted for I
Mayor-H. H. Wells. at for a phosphorus match In the offense. .
Marshal-H. M. Farrlor. so'we reason however, has the sam
United States was taken out In 1KWby
Clerk and Treasurer-W. W. Cook. of Mass. right tpf. put: '"Ton*' before his family R. F. SCARLETT
iti'; A. D. Fhlllpps. Springfield.
_ Council-A. D. Carmichael, chairman, For many years people refused to new name as a person of ancient nobility. Let; us Hear ,
C. B.punD.J.'a.McGeachy, C..E. Tbarp For tnau nee, when Alexander Hum
them but by 1H46 the Ul smelling and e
boldt be became Alex Notary Public.
W. O. Butler, Jr. dvmsy old tinder boxes were generally was knighted
finder Huinboldt. All his descendants
discarded and are preserved like snuffboxes From You.
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as curiosities.A male and female, take the'prefix Real Estate Handled.

Coal Combustion; Collections a specialty.
The Banner few minutes delay In treating some There Is,enough explosive energy In We want the News
eases of croup,even the length of time ItLakes a grateful of,cdal. If It could be liberAted Office la First National Bank..
to go for a doctor often prove dangerous and controlled, to hurt a 1,000(
foot of solid -- ---, ------- --
Tbe safest way Is to keep Cham pound projectile through a -
Chipley Fla. berl ln'l Cough; Remedy In the house, and teeL,, But there; can be no explosion
at the first Indication ofcl'Clup give tee childa without oxygen, and the coal In the

dose. Pleasant to take and always cures grate will not burn faster than the Taup- Here's Good fora
Stands .for'the Upbuildior of Bold by,Cltr: Drag Store and S. E. JlcGea- ply of air which readies It wilt permit. a Slogan
ohy. ; If the "coal could be furnished all at
I 'ooce'wltb enough air to'effect its com-
Chipley:, plete combustion) ; It would explode Bigger and Better Business.

e l' Where was John? with as great violence as if It were no
fl Washington County. much' dynamite., '" : -- ...................u...
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A San Francisco woman whose -
X nd Florida; husband had been dead for some Either Way. DON'T BLOCK THE WAY! '
.consists of
"Happiness merely getting .
years went to a medium, who tbe things we want." remarked "

produced the spirit of her dead the wise guy. Move as fast as the procession-or move out .. Take the
.Subscription $1 Per Year. "Or of not getting the things we '
husband. of the in ,
pace company. you are or make way for th ,.man
don't My dear John, said, the widowto mug.-Philadelphia Record. behind. .

We make a Specialty of the spirit, are you happy now? -

I am very happy John replied. TORTURED FUR 16 YEARS Don't stand in the way of new'ideas. Don't pause in the h

Neat, Happier than you were on erth by a cure-defying stomach trouble that baffled
path of better syjpten. Don't settle down on the ladder of
with me? she asked.- doctors, .resisted all remedies lie
,; Artistic tried, Bonn W.JIoddlers of Moddlersvllle, success. Don't be a barnacle on the ship of pregress.
Yes the I far
was answer. am Mich seemed doomed. He had to cell his

Commercial Printing happier: now than I was on earth. larm and Rtv'!up work; his neighbors said, i
with you. be can't live much longer., Whatever I ate Change means progress. Progress means advancement
dlatresoed men be wrote, till triedKlectrlo
Tell me, John, what is 'it like Bitter, ,l1Ich;wprk such' .Wonders for me .

The Banner in.heaven? that I can now eat things I could not take Advancement means movement. MOVE!

Heayenl said John I'm not in for years. Its surely a grand remedy for .
heaven.. .. stomach trouble. Just'as good for tbe llver1 DON'T BLOCK THE WAY
Flai and kidneys. Every bottle guaranteed ,
Chipley, ; Where was John? BOo at H. K. McUeacby's. '
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t i On 'Naming Babies.A Nature's! "Warmnft.. '
1\ How: to Cure

i in Missouri r'r

p. a Chronic Colds called upon to give her name than < Chipley People Must {Recogni2 "

And:Heed It.
" I officer of the court, cave if JO$ "

and Bronchitis thus: ,ously/Kidney ill come 'quMttl1.-tnJ'8terl- : i

'' Bluevale, Ont, May 4, 1910. "Mrs. Mary Samantha Sarah But naturealways warn you.

1., "I was sick for two years with a Lavina Macy Lucretia Henrietta, Notice the kidney saeretldas. "
4 chronic cold and bronchitis and a
** Parthenia Arizona Tabitha Dol-. See if the color is unhealthy.
condition. I
r ; consequent If there soft Hogs and "sediment.
lie Welding without punctuation -
*i! received no benefit from doctors, ,

and had to give up work. VINOLwas "When I was born mv parents Passage frequent' *CAntyt'painful. .. .iNrINj
i It'* time then to Use Doan's ]Ctdae> ,
recommended andJrom the second had eight sisters. There
bottle I commenced to improveI all
toss involving eo
was a family To ward off Bright" dlsf a.t! tit ti-)
gained in weight and strength
them when it came 'to naming me betes. ,
I my cold and bronchial trouble dis- .
in the end they 'settled the Etaan'a have dom great work in this -
appeared and I at work again. so Creates -
? : am ; .a good impression
; "I want to recommend VINOL t > matter by naming me for all of locality. ,

;., i '":anyone who is in need of such amedicine. of them and throwing in a few R. Buchananxrf :DeFunibk Sprin&s among your cor- ..
; ,' ". Fla. say; "I suffered from 'disordered
; It is combined action of the names extra, explained the kidneys for some lime. There : :. .respondents And helps

J woman. was severe pains In toy back and ..ide, y
1 1- -. I curative elements of the cods' livers .
Raided by the blood making and An exchange tells this story 1 was very'nervoua and was subject W to give your ,business

'a ; u strength creating properties of tonic and recites that it also knows ofa Headaches. I became tlrd easily and prestige. .

; ;t f iron contained In VINOL which few more children who have the: kidney secretions were irregularin .t ,

-i 4 ',makes it so successful in curing been mistreated in like manner, passage. 1 finally procured a box

: Stubborn colds and bronchitis. of Doan's Kidney Pills and 'begao'tbelr ..... .
VINOL is a constitutional remedy as for instance an infant was use. I received (treat'relief from t. .

r. for chronic coughs, colds, bronchitis named Halley's Comet, one James the first and continued taking this

""', j ., : and pulmonary troubles, not Jeffries Corbett while anotherwas remedy Until I was free from kidney : Wie Do Neat Printing

t ,a palliative like cough syrups. inflicted with a cpgnomen trouble. I am glad to give.Doan's Kidney .-.J ,' L.or ....

,: Try a bottle of VINOL. If you which in later life would be to it Pills the credit. for my -=ure. ; Prices. .-

t: ',::';: dont think it helped you, we 'will a source of Humiliation. Its is Per sale,by hit \dealers Price 50 At. Reasonable.. .

return your money. cent. Foster-Mllbnrn Co., Buffalo.,. '- .

..."..- &:E., McGeachy Druggist, named Modest Flower, but none New York,.sole-amenta tor the United _I', r J ,_. ... ,
of these is so menacing to one's States. '. ;
::+ Chipley, Fla. ,
/r e- -l? happiness as the woman 'of Mis Remember the Dam -'-Doa *-; .nd -

souri who has names thana take: no.other.
; more
; '
next order
": A Strange Colony. Give us ,your
; .
.. ... ,' dog"has fleas.: ..
',,,1 I .. The Colonia Cosine on the Par will
:,.? .j pings Prints Fajil. and vte give you perfect -
I' I above Asunchon, is one oi Although team from wounds end al .
'01 'agtiay An nttuck ol &rip is often followed by a satisfaction thus
., curious in world, core frequently partly destroy: .tb4t pattern ,
-the-most the which to a
:( persistent Cough, many proves
s: : I 1 folds, such! : disfigurements are
''i' .. Tbe members of the colony make great annyanee. Chamberlain's Cough rent more often than otherwise aide to making you one of bur
I .
used and with
:. or grow everything; they want! edy has keen extensively" Identification. When the system of '
for the relief and cure of this '
good: suoeeHS anger prints war! drat Introduced .at regular customers.
:. and import notbing. The cough. Many cases have been cured after pollee headquarters In Kw York a .

,4 I men have seven hours work a all other reccdies bad failed. Sold -by City lieutenant In one, of the administrative :" -. ..

'' .,: day and earn, not money, but Drug Store and S. E. McG acby. departments tried to discredit It. ::. 'i... ,7'I_

time. Their'wages are hours and He bad an uPf'rtm..utal'print made .. .
i. I 4 of the tip Of if finger and -a-short time .
fr J balf-hour. These they sometimes Where Natur. Cooks the Food., afterward tasked to bare the same ,.. .>

r I save.up till they have a lu'certnIn puns of New Zealand both Qngec.. reprinted. Be' bad meantime 'HZ" .
active and 'white women use tbe natn :
skin this
..; off ground down tile fingeron
::; week in hand and then go on
ral hot springs to do'their cooking. In a grtndstoae dotll Ihe Mood almost

an excursion. If a man wants a the Rotoruu region.\ It matters. not flowed. Nevertt>9l M the patt.ertr.'torm

chair or-a table he pays for it in whether the cook wished to' roast apiece was more accurately disclosed in the BANNER :
of men I, boll potatoes or steam first. Once CHIPLEY "
: second printing than In the
which deducted ,
hours of work, are pudding all she tins to do is to ,step the record baa been made ootblnff baa

l'. II from the balance to his credit. out of doors and place the cooking yet been discovered to Invalidate It.-
off the utensil in a steam bolo.. Tbe cover is
Three men went up Charles Brewed In JJe tw'7.
I then put on, and a piece of coarse Chipiey Flfi. -r
'I. ,river in.a canoe for a three weeks sacking over tbe whole compfetes the !
holiday. They sold the canoe' atAsuncion operation. In a short time' dinner Is D. -
MK8.W jt.lxJW' XtTtrtTt qaed .
lor one pound and came ready At Wbakarewarewa the entire for over 81XTY YJRAUS by MILLIONS of '" "
earth Just' beneath the surface is, a tfOTIUCHS for hell CHIlDKBtf WH1LBrKKTHINO. : 7
home overland in teq days, lddged with PERFECT BUCCESfJ. It : ; 'J :
.- mass of boiling springs. Millions of OOTHES the CHH.W mw'rNathe OUMS.LLAVS .. .. .., .. .
in the best houses in the vil- gallons of hot water hiss and steam,* .11 PAIN I CURES WIND COLIC. and to. r
.*the bet remedy gar DiARKneEA. It in .bKjluUly .
'; %'lap-es ou'the ''way, and yet had sending vapors skyward In great white ".rmt..... Be cure and ..k for "N..., ;
., some. money. in band at the end. clouds. Stride the ground almost any. tlnd NTtaslow's 1'weat.J-6"ee4thlatr cent Syrup s botU" sad tau BO OUit ........... .........o..ooI

: I \ where with a stick and the hole thus .. t ,
formed fills with hot water. Hot' Water : DO YOU KNOWThat :
G i al' "" VALLS VICTIM TO THIEVKS. for baths the week's washing And CITY BARBER SHOP.No

t_-,<8..V. Bend of Coal| City, Ale bas a Jus.tlflable teethe ordinary purposes of the bous :
J grievance. Two thieves stole bis hold is always on hand.r now lit: tid'Ifi@ to build that borne or business house
been cdnMWring7 The business depression!
have present
--. you
>i'.ibltltbfor13 years. They were a liver and Hopeful. Waiting ie, harredaeed thw prove of lumber and.building materials; labor e

a kidney tremble. Then Dr. 1 llIg'sIew Lifer Miss Oldglrl-Now.: what do yon i* cheap and'plentifuU anA ;yon carl build DOW for 25 to 50.percent : $
PHI! ttire-ttled them. He's well no*.. Unrivaled that Methuselah 3 Barbers 3 less than in
think of the theory' e
for constipation malaria headache, .
.J ; < 8. 11:. AtcGeacby a. was really not as old as report said be
2IIc at
dyspeiisla. OR JUNE f9'08. .
I I was? Mr. Frank-I think It la very en-- Everything I .te'Notr. .' Jtlt4i31907; ;

-, Miss Oldglrl. Baltimore e
.. couraglng. /
i $ American. Shave, ...... i........ 15o. :. 'When"'y6if thfnk:of lumber orjbufldlnji material, think of us
> Antiquity of Fishing. Ilalrcuttlng, ....... 25c. and the fact that We have completed a modem up-to-date millwork ...
., i"" "*-' Probable) branch of Indn try can Gout Defined. Shampoo .. .......... 25c. mill 'and! can furnish everything made of wood used in e

:t, ,,;lay claim to greater antiquity than "What la gout?" asks correspond Massage, .. .... .... 25c. building from sills to.comb, and that we canSash
I that of fishing; Ita.origin would seem Hair l inge.i... 25c. $
., UK bet coeval with the earliest efforts ent. Well It Is an diction if Inherited --- ISO I'lr QUICK &
but 1$ often a ,source of pride
of human ingenuity, for the oldest We Solicit Your Patronage. y,
monuments of antiquity show the fisherman when' acquired-St.Paul Pioneer Press. .. liilbuf dings Framh g' Bank eZ

in full possession of,the ImpleBoeata .- Very Respectfufly.- '. DoofS C jUIgr. Flooring Drug $

; -of his calling, and *even those While It Is often Impossible to prevent an W. D. Peters, Propr.A" .. .' .. ,Blind' FlnrsV Base I I Ceiling Siding Fixtures.StoreFramer' .

.:'tribes of savages which have learned ecldcnt, it Is never Impossible to be pre .

A neither to keep flocks nor to till the tared-It la act beyond any one's purse I : Estimate cheerfully furnished. Freigbt' paid to Tour sta- !

fields are killed In the fabrication of Invest S6o In a ooitle of Chamberlain's Moment U. CAR MIC HA EL.rii. lion if desired. "'"

the beob they i fish spear and the net. and vou are prepared tor sprains,

The (earliest clvUlzation of the easternMediterranean bruises and like injuries. Bold) by City !, Attorney &t Lair. :1 MARIANNA. MANUFACTURING! co.; :

i waa begun with fishing. (>rujt Store and 8. G. MoQeacby.. 1Jao.ColleoUoas: Specialty.UhlDlejr. '. ,

Bldon.. which, \paeans "fishery," waspr1glnally .
I. I'lw M'.Ai I- NNA; FLrA
a: fishing Tillage, and Its en- I'
terprising Inhabitants devoted their'at* Seeking For Danger. I cores: tif i+ N' d'iSltbNS a3.c :

certain tentlon. kind lushly of to mollusks the collection from which of a "Whyr"I'm going* .' to lick Smith.. *. We promptly obtain V.B. and Foreign Wl3eadnad ........... ...... ...

th'ey prepared the famous tyrian purple "lie said'' 1 was a horse thief and a -

prized more highly Jor the rich.l0eaa' liar." PATENTSOpposite

and variety of its hues than any "Did he prove itNo. ?" ; The New York World DR. R. E. TILLER.JJErd .

Other dye known to the ancients. ."
Tlirlce.a*week Eedltion j t '$SORGEON
--- alone and l, Ko ea or protocllx MitdoBftxfrvereportoa
"Then let
raientkMlity, )ar tree book1HowtoSocuraVDn -*- :o---' r Dad Than Editors. don't get him' any madder."-Cleve-. surf : Florida
Y I nA 'The Thrlce-sv week World hopes, tri hen Chipley -
Judge-.Ilow do you'earD your llr land Leader.Imperiled. '
than t"r'
I 1808 better U bas
a paper
IDat Prisoner-By writing your hon Office over First Nat'l Bank.
been and It baa made its arrangements .
-t. or. : Judge-And what do you write Treasure. before .. .. .
;et,' Wonldi. you mind telling us? Prisoner Indignant WlfeVXhnt new Chauffeur: accordingly. Its news service soy

-. -Not at all. 1 write for money bas only just brought the children and ers, the'*entire globe, audit and accurately reports ejerybln Its COOK, &.McRAE,

Crom home.. -Judge's Library.. me borne and now be's tafreifcthe> cookout { U. S. Patent Office*', fully, promptly ia as
I tbe'only paper, not a/dall-v.-whlch :. .
for a spin. Husband-Ottat: heaven WASHINGTON D. C. !> Attorney at Lawy
goods a. daily, and which will keep 'yon
Could Her He doesnt half know how to man. what WOftfc*ef ,KiiUkal li.IL.CarMuIatteatloeN.eo.aif. .
... as completely Informed of is )nappenfaff -
U adman saw 'his sister hI into a age a car. a,n.1' she's the first decent' I '' ,
vEftliWEXPL'RIENCtt throughout
well. Why could he not rescue her? cook we've' had In a year..-BroolJyn; ee The Thrlod-s' World Is fair Id Itsralltlcal natter' entrust
,Because-be could not be a brother" and Life. to DIY tarS? CollectIoN made.Affeftf .
You trulh.
utat her too. reports. can gettbe W ") aalbrtl tltrfW"Cni-flre-iat ID.aar. .
Easy Money. torn Its columns, whether you are a Red ._ oaaD--'
jubllcari or.Ddmoe1'at'' arid that Is whatiJ'Ot"wal1
LIFE SAVED:! AT DKATJl'8 UOOB. Hard Featured Woman-So you bad 1 1- a
once. bad; ?. May 1 ask
money you you
"1 never felt nearer my fcrave" writes W A speolar feature otthe Thrlce-a-weck
; I
bow you made ;your first thousand dol. ,
f ii-r-it r.orrfof Wellington Tex. as when a World'ba. alWsyibeetutts serial fictionItkfabtfsh'es .
Ian? Tull'old Knutt (wiping bill eye TMAOKCorYRICHTS MAat4DSSIONS
frightful cough and lung trouble pulled me : nbvefrf btthe'dett'adtbota In
:with bis coat sleeve/-Ma'am, 1 drempt
down to 100 pound, In spite of doctor's Ac, the world novett-wbtea boolr'form1'sell NotK7 Public State at Large.
11 Chicago Tribune. Anro ne.e.dIe......elt ..ell d.t 1Int' jq '
Its standard In
'treatment for two years My,lather moth nlokl* MMwrtaln OUT oiilnloa fr.. whather MIn for $1.50 apiece* and high
er and two sisters died of consumption, and ---- -- Ib.U..j. .hlOltlY' I k < ..._ this respect will.maintained In the f ut.bra .... *A11 business entrusted to
U ':that 1 am,alive today la due'solely to Dr. .)o you know that croup can be prevent. tent fH4t. OlitaM ..fntr'takwl MMtH .- $ sVin-the past. 't '
1 .
Mirowb JUunn <4 <<;e. 1 care will have '
Kings New', Discovery' which completely ed f live' Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as / _ihrje! .u"j The Tbrlce-a-week World'' regular ,my '. my prompt

.. ,.cured me. ow I weigh 18$ pounds and soon as the child become. hoarse or even SdtIMllk. subscription price-{r. only h.Of-)'-,el' year attention; Fees reasonable

have been well and strong for )'ear.. Quick after the croupy.cough appeals and it will ..n.r.IPtlh ib1011iA and this pays for' 1M, papers. ,We 'offer ,
'' best remedy for tbe'attack. It is also a certain l baMe ...ttat" ....,7\0. 1"' w. this unequalled newspape'r'' 'dd"tli ''Ban" tt C 1 a t PoafOffice
I.&1'e. sure Its the on earth prevent eahitlon of an". .n.164 ""'mal... T.rn. tl dsbe'fdbl ,
::'ooughs, cold, grip, a.tbm.-croup and all cure for crtup and has never been knowalorail : ....... : *i t to'8t.berfo1f"ne year for $i.65 'rrhe ., ,

:threat and. lung trouble. COo A *l. TrialApoette told' bv City Drug Store. and 8.' K.McCleacby .I fetiaress regular sabscrlptlon' price; of ilt*. ,.two': pa- W&i U" .Floridai

free, QuarauUed by 8 E McQeacby) I I'M' I few peralsOJM. .., .* .

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fr ** I.' 'U> NO']'ICI: FOR PUBLICATION. .......................... .
of the Interior.
//t 1, DYNAMITE Department
r U. S. Land Office Rt Gainesville, Fla.
January 7. 1911.
1. Notice I.l hereby given that Walter M. i
Hutchison, of Kcontina: Florida) who on .Wite Pence
'1 sn'MPS J December 28th, 1\108) made HomesteadEntry fc
r .' Serial No. 0073, for SWi Section
K, Township 1 north Range 13 west ; .
++ Tallahassee Meridian bas tiled notice or
y r Intention to make Iinal Commutation .. .
fW proof to establish claim to the land above .. ; '
described, before the Clerk o'f the Circuit ,.s- _._ -
I Court at Vernon, Florida! on the 16th day \ i I = -t: \

:r. Cheapest 1 of February, ivil. ,. ', ,_....... __ : J- 311 .
r Claimant names as witnesses: Henry 'J 'f. '< \ \
;r t L. W r.laln/rbem/ Homer Haddock, of / I
t Uconflua 1<'I&., and J. M. Johns' T. W. ...._ 30
War '\ '
Johns, of l Sexton: ]Ha. 5
'HENR1: (' S. CflUBB, 24
: Eil: fee paid. Keiclster. : ; j H I \
1 : To Clear t1 t- ,,-- .....:..-.
of the-Interior, h IiI e r i" I A: e y J -,"-' ( rt:
f &T. ) & Land iJ i- U. S. Land Office at Gainesville Fla. :
r it 1 January ?, 1011. .. -.. ...,- .
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: Notice Is hereby given{ that John Bess,
iI it of Fountain! Fla.. who on July 21 1904 steer'..."...."... .w...."...,,,..---.YF.-MMw.r.fu..wnyNwr V.wNwMY.. /
r made Homestead Entry No. 34617 b erlalNo.
oa[Feb. llth IDlljat 1 .
p.m.DU 03753) for N W J(Section 26. Township
\ 2 north Range 12 west Tallahassee Meridian
1rHE PONT POWDER''COMPANY make final has five filed year notice proof of Intention to establish to i Just a word Farmers and Fence Builders: i

will give a DEMONSTRATION of I claim to the lan .above described before ,
t the Clerk of the Circuit Court at-Vernon
Florida on the 16th day of February 1011. : .
Having made deal for Ten Car Loads
Claimant names a* witnesses: Nero
\" McFadden. Hampton AlcClarv, Gaston
Biasing t 1 McFadden<' a. Ed Davis, all of Fountain, : of-ttie 'Best American Steel Wire' Fence ''we

Ii\: CHUBB, ,
.. Eli fee paid. Ken Inter. E are in' position to' make you better prices $

-Chipley Fla. 1 mile south of town. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. $
'" Department of the Interior, ,: than ever before. $
I Is
4' r':, em the farm of E. N. DEKLE U.. S.( Land offlco at Gainesville, Fla.

). I ,' j-ho ,b4j kindly l granted permission"t6 makj"thiJcmonstratibn Mashburn Notice ia of'Bennett hereby given January, Florida! that 211911.Nora who, B.on : Be sure you see us before buying wire. :

r\ 'on his property.Evesry I J ely 10, 1909. made Homestead Entry, Serial -
No. 0 6\3l.for 8X of SEAS. Section 1 : elsewhere. It means money saved. ':
; Farmer and K>ipf N !;# Section 12, Township 1 ,
i south, 13 west Tallahassee Meridian -
has tied notice of Intention to make t
I final Commutation proof to establish
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? a"'iII" others Interested;, arc'Invi :!ed"to"'atwwL: claim to the land above described before : CiiipIey14dw.Co. :

Jfc IT \ -.. < .,. ......-... .,. if __ .. the Clerk of the Circuit Court at Vernon',
.,. Florida on the tat day of March, 1911.
(:'I aim ant names as witnesses: J. M. .

t '" U.Porter T, Croom J. II., all Porter of Bennett, henry, Padgett Florida.and ........................e&


; 1m. 'RSANQ i-I PRICE DES PAID : : ,, "Ed fee NOTICE paid. FOR PUBLICATION., Ken;later. The First ;National Bank

FURS AND HIDES ,+ Department of the Interior, ,
U. 8, Land Office Gainesville, Fin
'/ yE at '
lor"prl "P1:149ACOL2t
; { Writo February 4. 1911. OF' : FJ.K,
1hll d.ZstsbUsh9 :fj':f :::71 Notice !Is hereby Iven that Martha J., ,
: "/;; made ,
"fjiH'I'y"E' & COQ July 11.1004. Entry No. .
: LOUISVILLE.KY.Physicians' 34: 72. (Serial No. 02734) for NEJf. Section '\\.1.
and Largest Bank In West Florida. :\.
; W.Township 2 north' Range 13 west,Tallahassee Oldest
tf i.'l..\ MeridIan, hag filed notice of Intention ..Cn+at :xz: >rn'artriuTr:: :10. a.eso. ',.I, .,;"'
to make final Commutation proofto ,,
: f..,' '
J establish claim to the land above described '
.. :tithe Advise before the County ,Judge at Vernon Capital Half Million Dollars. ; :.(.'a\
: ; Fla., on the 16th day of March 1911. SIuplu. add Undivided Profit., 1OOOOO.. "
Claimant names as witnesses: J. M.
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us. *of a goo laxatlve, to keep the'bowels open. and prevent. the.poisons, of'Undigested. Hiyne, Henry Wachob, John' Park:, R. .
"' Interest Paid in Savinrs Department at R,te of 4 cent Annum.
foot ftOrs'gatttnginto your system: L. llarrell, all of Sexton Fin.IIENn < I per per
latest product of sclencs ,1 i3 YELVO Laxative Liver JSyrup,purely vegetable, gentle, : S. CHUBB,; I" "
St reUai' >lBand'of pleasant, aromatic taste"i'elvo acts on the liver, as well as on the Ed fee paid. Register'. The F Irst National BankOR
1 stomach and bowels, and is of the greatest possible efficacy In constipation, Indigestionfii' ,
sick' headadi e, feverishness.-coUc.flatulenee 1 We often think of a sign .we. PBNSA.COL.X.
/ !" BV ASh.. \* once saw in tront of a dyeing: establishment W. K. BTKR 3m.. President ,i W,S. KBYBBK. VlcuPresW. .
AfA JIVE J. FoHBua Cashier. THOU. W.BIIBNT, Aut.Cashier. W. N. ROBBKTA, A.... Cushier
1 ; says sir ex'ch'ange.It Director*:-F.C.Brent. W.A..Blount. W.tI. Keyaer. Wm. H. Knowlea W(K.llyer.J
read: "We live to dye. and dyeto W. Jj Forbes.' Kpowlea Hveiv Them. W., Brent.

t live, and in dyeing: .we live, and ,
In living: we dye." Then, again, :
Saw Mill Machinery
LIVER SYRUP we once saw on a tombstonethe ,
following inscription. "To passersbyr We carry at our new warehouse,
As you are: now so'once 408'and'412 East nay St., a large

was !. As I am*now so you' must stock ,of Portable and Stationary

. . be. Prepare tor death and follow t Engines;Locomotive and Horizontal
A I :me." Under this inscription Return Flue Boiler j. Saw-Mllla,

some sacrilifirious scoundrel, in Planers, Edg-ers Saws, Belting i
: ,Neat Printing lead pencil had written!:: "To follow ytM 'c and Mill'Supplies; also engine and ..

you I Would not be content, 4 '. sawmill repairs. Walso handle the
L p ; ,. Creates a good impression unless I knew the road I youwent. celebrated line of Hustler Saw Mills,,
and Erie Engines and Boilers. Th'ls makes the best'Saw Mill outfit on earth. -

E among your correspondents ; Get our prices before.bu'yjrig. We! carl's, you money.. A postal will bring
for' illustrated \'--- _,
our'Traveler. Write catalog covering your requirements.

t w and helps to. gIve your bus- Molsby: Machinery Co. ''"'i\.

\, Ines ; 408' R <*i:2: 'L. tt&y: St'. .Jacksonville, Florida. .:,
\f prestige" \A/ ,8'7.. .
.i! 'V-- L.bnjc DlataticW Telephone INo' lt
tlw.... #' a. ,n I
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easoniiBTe Prices.a'4.ra.. ,,, ,, ,, .x I II
1 h 'Qf{ ""W""JV'"joII; / 'r4Y s I GROW BIGGER CROPS..

Banner Job OffIce.. r

y . . ., Kr I a.esa l.dllrhv .

""'" There"is not a' Cotton farmer in' this Sec -.

I School; at f&f e.j t' al.:11: e tion' who cannot increase1' his profit per acre .

Wood's Seeds Let the 6it.lschool*teach fc you by a Ffr' V on cotton fron' $15 to' '$25'' p acne if' he goes

about it in the'rigl Read the following f .
mail, the Art of Photography. way : ,.
r For TheI ff you are seeking a profession thatis Fenaacola will celebrate Mardi Gras this From the Press Bulletin No. 85 Florida Experimental' Station! ,

I not overcrowded, that is re- .nd year her on a Masrnltlevnt scale never previously Street attempted Paceantwill :, Experiments conducted by the Florida Agricultural Experiment Y

/1.' I Farm ana Garden munerative re spectabl&and pleasant aurpaee anything ever aean on the Gulfff' Station, as published hi Press Bulletin No.' 85, shows that 400 pounds ,
iie.dvfsed)tp t fakeflurfj photogra CoaJt. VI.Itor.will sueis.F.rt.Iicbw,
y [
Increased of seed cotton
of rertlllzer produced'an yield an
per' acre over
1 reputatipn McRaa .J Barraiew.wIth their great Quna ,
? have established JparverJ ct
an ph'y-Lpt rtbje ,olJJleachyou. 'and Garriaons of Artillery suardinff the unfertilized plat valued at $20.40 and'that 600 pounds fertilizer tinder
l ,t extending over thirty years, being entrance of PeneaeolaHarbor; the U. S,MatyTare 'conditions produced an'Increased yield valued at $29.40
,; and used with lla War Vewle. ila Mariae C..1. ...dWlnl. same
planted extensively If you are an amateur photographerand ... Slaliea. I.. Ono; 81.._.... ....G..... Figuring the'400 pounds of''Fertilizer'aa-costlng $5.50, there was a i
,:'s' ,. 'by the best Farmers and Gardeners wish to make better pictures at a .......aid Iba MitHf Mold Caauaerea a DeepWater proftt'of'$14.90 per acre or over'270 per cent. .
'Y' throughout the Middle and lower,cost or wish to a Seaport. '
become pro- Figuring the 600 pounds of Fertilizer. as costing$8.25, there was a
Southern States. fesslonaliCerVhelCarver'Scnool teach Accommodations''' .
First Class Hotel '
profit of $21.15 or over 256 per cent ,
Wood's New for 1911 1 will you. Thla ancient city of SpanUh.legend,and ro.' From the above the'Department draws'the following1 conclusions: '
"I' If you are a professional and wishto mance. which ha. at fnre different Limo In Its ,
help you history acknowledared allegiance to the Flags "The'facta so tar seem'to !ndlcllote that there I Is profit In applying 400
See Catalog ;\determine'Stcrwhat prodpce,4$rk thatkwlll\ be A '' pleasure : 'of lye different Nations" Invites you to. meet II to 600 pounds per acre of a complete fertilizer on pour grade pine laud. That
to Your customers and a, credit King Frlacaa,Feb. 26-27-2a the practice, which Is quite prevalent;of: putting 100 to 200 pounds per acre
crops and seeds to plant; dfyotJ4.Let'thll fcarVW; Sch'ool' You will have the of..a poorly balanced fertilizer (uch as Cotton Seed: Meal or Kalnlt) IlIlInpro'w.{
; for success and profit. Our publications : teach t TIME of your lit. fitable, seems even more clearly Indicated. There seems good reason for believing '.t
j you. that the man who bas been using 100 to 200 pound! of Cotton Seed!
;: have long been; noted [ The'Car Bchbol\'of Practical' Pho--' r i t Meal or Kalnlt per acre on cotton, may Increase his yield to a proUtuble extent -
:. : : for the full and complete information by applying lnsteadr to 400 pounds or more, of. a complete fertlllzor." I
tography offers twenty cemplete : -
they prac- ,
: which give. I1j)
" tical and inexpensive courses -covering ,\
t i Catalog mailed free on all branches, of photographic work. UseArmour's Moire "

request Wri a'f of It.' *fite'now 'fd.A' lull"'tnf r 'iatlon,1 It' 1*' : !

free and places you under ;"no: obliga- Complete AnimalJ: ertilizers. i
T. W. WOOD & SONS;' f ionslv'Adare.sf: > *rf I t..y YS f : :

I.,.,'' I Seedsmen, r Richmond, Va. THe Carver School off I ; I A. R. WellSal'es Agent.Fertilizer ,

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J.M;; Delineators and Buttericks
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We never get too old to do fool.

ish things. E=========!=====3Now=======
We have just received a tare shipment of

: City Clerk Walter Cook has .
MATTING moved his office ,to McGea. hy's is the time that you realize -

'" drug store. on your season's work. .
y both in'China and Jaganese, and in' A counterfeit" tendollarbill '- '.,
; new .As yon sell your cotton, grain, ,
all the latest colors and patterns.We is in circulation. Better makea stoCk other produce, place ':
or .
careful investigation of all the ;
the yard or 'by the roll. with
sell by tens now in your vest pocket.No 5 ,' your money on open account
5 u
Ennis & Coleman. matter what a man's profession a reliable bank. S .

,'he is not better than he Pay all your bills by check : ,! "

lives, nor is be likely to live bet- '. .. .'.
which the best kind ot a .
ter than the standard that he .
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Mrs. Nixon of Nixon; was the sets for himself. receipt, and avoid the worry and .

Personal. IT guest of her son, Rev. W.,A.Bryan W. E. Yost, photographer, of danger. attending. the carrying :

and wife, Friday and Satur- Thomasville, Ga.', has located bis of large sums of money.. .'. ."'

tent here, and is ready to do all :
Dan Martin of near Bonifay '
at the :
kinds reasonable Our offices are always ,
was in town Friday. E. McWilliams--spent Sun- photo work; '. ''
day in the city, guest of friends, prices and satisfaction guaran-. 'disposal' of our.customers and '
Leslie :Wells carried"an auto '
all of whom were glad to see him teed.
party to Vernon: Monday, country friends. .
again. .
Five million Americans 'have .
P. L. Horne was in from the S 55 ,
Mrs. Dell Watts of Cotton dale, hookworm, according to statis-
farm few hours Monday.W. .
a was the guest of friends and rel- tics compiled by the Rockefeller National Bank

.- L. Sessoms was over from i atives here several days this and commission. ,Still, there are 88- The 'First

Bonifay and spent Monday. last week. 000,000 of us left without this dis

.X CountyCommissioner S. Levi Yates of Bonifay. i is here tinction. OF: ; CHIPLEY.

( Davis was in town Saturday. doing carpenter work' on A., G. The Pensacola"Carnival. Association

i. E.- T. Humphrey of <;alhoun> McQuagge's new house on south I is now sending out literature ii iiai an ii>"Oi'<"<"O>**>'O*'*****

county, was in town Saturday.. 6th street. advertising the annual Mar-

Attorney'J. M. Sapp spent several Miss Barto Yon'' and brother, di Gras in Pensacola, which occurs No part of a store's service to Come to the new photo tent

days at Vernon this week. Joe, left Friday morning for a this year on Feby.. 2628. you is more valuable than'its ad- and.get our price on photographsand
week's visit with relatives in Calhoun The people of that city have .the pictures.-Chipley.
Attorney Buell Cook visited I vertising. .And it doesn't cost enlarged
Pensacola on business last week.I county. ., --- real Mardi Gras spirit. you money-it saves you money. .-.-..-

C. B. Dunn and T. L.,Wells returned When time hangs heavy on 1 fc $80.00 per month straight salary
J/D. Johnson of Millers Ferry, o '
8 Dunn-Coleman Co. will have
a Sunday from a'short tripto hands then the devil with rig.;
.s your jus I and expenses, to men ,
visitors here
of the a-
was one another car of Page fence soon;
:' \ Marianna points
and other ,
will come in and sow seed of dis- to introduce our Poultry Rem
rd this
u jty. this makes four cars handled
via automobile.
cord that will soon germinate, unless
dies. answer you'
It is.'the first perfect
Tom Coleman spent Friday W. L. McNeill who is now located come forth, spread, out,and growas season. business. Eureka Poultry'
Fence farmers have had the mean
evening the guest of friends at our
i in Liberty' county, was at in some tropical region, cover- ) .
Co. (Incorporated
:! Bonifay. chance of.buying, and they are Food Mfg.
home with his family a few days ing up, chokil1'down every good taking advantage of it. East St..Louis, 111. -

A.A.. Myers returned Sunday this and'last week. ._ thought and progressive move ----- .
from a few day businessHrip to I made in the home, 'the community -
/ Uncle Crayton Tiller of Pine*
,Georgia.W. church, school, good roads,
log, spent several days here lass
A. Merridith' of Eufaula,( Dr. Tf. city or'county. Just pull off your
week the guest ot his son,
coat roll sleeves and Groceries that Please
up your .
Ala., was a business caller here Tiller, and wife .
whoop, for the good of all these
Moiylay. A. L. McNeil ft Tuesday for
f things. Otherwise every one will ,
"' Xj.'W. Walsh Missouri, wa Vilas, carrying 'his family with know you are one of- the devil'strumpite'rs ,.Everything Good in Both

fa. tourist visitor here Friday an 1 him. He it is too lonesome '
says .. and will soon treaty : ; "'Staple and Fancy Lines. -'
Saturday. -. * .....--- u as Do not think the t* -
,. .:- Best Quality. Best Price.Fresh .
J-Br0unn transacts business i County Surveyor Thomas Col- people are beguiled'into thinkingyou ,

,at Pensacola a day or two,first of lines of Carryville, passed thru are an angel and will give ,,s

-',. the week. town Thursday enroute 'to Or- you or your misleading thoughts : Fruits: and Vegetables.Constantly '

A. G. Chandlee of,Panama City ange Hill section to do some sur- shelter, but to the contrary you '.: on Hand..
veying. will be pushed out and back into
was a visitor here Tuesday and
the foul, nauseating skum kept ,
Wednesday. Waltor Cook,' who has been .0' MO..Ow.Owt.IO. .*
only at the devil's lunch counter.
with Campbell & Dekle Co. for
Misses Lida and John Mosely ''
Throw discord and despite 'backto
Customers assured of gettins sat-
seyeral in the capacity of I' .rJ&r are
of Marianna visited with friends years its-contemptible originator and

',' .....' here Monday. bookkeeper, has resigned' his position tall in line with a work that will VA-factory service,when they buy from
with that firm, and is now
Judge J. T. Porter was over prove a blessing to the rising
making his headquarters at S. E.McGeachy's .
from Grand Ridge and spent generation, and those around you W. W. HARVEY "
drug store. '
Tuesday'' here. .. and see how much pleasanter and.
rv more profitable it, will prove. oeeeeoeee*
I. A.'Hutchison
hr- was u All parties having business -

't. from Vernon. and spent the da with city clerk Walter Cook, can

;, : here Tuesday. now find him at McGeachy'sdrug
W O. Wells and wife ot Alford store. -

was here'and spent Sunday with All members of the W. C. T. U. -

.Mr. Wells' parents. are particularly req uested to attend -

:, : W. H.Scott of Pine Level;Ala. the meeting of that society Frriing ; -

was a prospecting visitor here' a next Tuesday afternoon at the :.. :

duy or,two last week. Baptist church.DunnColeman. ". .
D. G. Brock of R. F. D. No.-1, ; .

-,. Caryville was crossing palms Co. have the

with friends here Saturday., v prices on Planters and, Distributors. .....-
See them. Operations' '
/Uncle Steve Simmons and Gebj
Read R. C. Home's advertise- :
E; Simmons ol near 'WausaixVwere /

,.' trading here Tuesday;. J ment and remember "wash day" .

goods are.bis specialty.We I .
W. A. Sessoms and wife and 3 ;
Miss Bowen of Bonifay was here make a specialty of enlarging i ...

and spent they day Monday.Mrs. pictures at The Tourists
Photo Tent, Chipley, Fla. .
Carl Setterlind and son, Plows,-Plow Gear. flames., Traces Bolts Clevises l '

'of St. Andrew, is here visitingher Papers from all parts of the calls. for and 'all other things of the kind. .

'':" sister, &rs. J. B. Farrior.. state have something to say. about -* .

'. "*/Uncle* Samp, Carter of near% the, beautifnrweather. You- will find our stock complete and prices right. :, ,:.", '" .

v ;.f,
: /Wausau, was in town Monday, Our prices are right and our .. .
:' :'.\ !1dl caller at the Banner offic/e./ pictures will please you.r Tour- /- ". : .

: ; ists Photo Tent, Chipley, Fla Page Steel 1 Wire Fencing is one of our specialties.
.,. John Grant who did live, on R. : ; ,
F., D. No. 2, Bonifay, has moved, More money in the banks than '
; widths '
.We( :have it in all See us before buying. '
before is headline in .
and is now located on R. F. D. ever a an ,

No. 1, out of Cottondale.. exchange. Well, that's a good
1" place to have it.
h Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Blackburn S

:.:: and family, of Freeport, passed With.the new extractMAIPL.EINE Dunn-Coleman. Co.
1' .
5.: .5 .5 through here Tuesday enroute .. -
to'Chipley, where they will make you can make Maple Syrup'with A. G. McQUAGGE General Manager

.ttieir fUture' home,--DeFuniak little trouble or expense.. ,
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