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Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
February 23, 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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."'Yol= XVIII. '..'.a. Cblpley. Washington County, Florida, February :23rd: 1911. No .034

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FIRE Bi?Land Deal,la Washington County. Grinding Days Andrew Made Sub-Port of Entry.. Tobacco & Suff at S'hell',

k J. N. Jordy 'of New Orleans, Tuesday, Thursday and Sat- Senator Taliaferro succeed in F, B. Callawav sells strictly
closed 'a deal last week wherebythe urday of each week is griding having the senate pass his bill high grade fertilizers.
INSURANCE 'large; body of virgin timber. days at the Chipley Grist Mill. making St. Andrew a subport .of
Good at Schell'sDunnColeman
lands in. the southern part of,this M. MORRIS. Prop. I entry, last week.. It provides
F. B. CALLA WAY, Agent. county, knownas the Yawkey 1 tbat the necessary customs officers Co. sells ',the
It will be interest
lands; there 'being about 26,000 certainly to your may, in the discretion of.tbe wire fence. See tbemDon't ,
f I am pleased to tell the people of I acres in the tract, was transferred to F. B. Callaway before secretary of the stationed -
arranging for your'fertilizers.DunnColeman buy fertilizer until you!
Chipley and vicinity that I have pur-
to. German-American at that sub-port with authority -
;chaaed the insurance business of Buell! consult F. B. Callaway.
Cook., Lumber Company, of Millville. Cu. will sell you to enter and clear vessels! T" '
I represent only the very best companies -' The, consideration is said to have more goods for same money,, or receive duties fees and other
-those time tried and fire test-. been '$525,000, cashf this is at the same (goods for less money. moneys and perform such other Easter Post Cards... Free.

s ..ed. If you are not Insured, I would be rate of $22 peracr.e. It issaid services as, in bis judgment the :Not Cheap-Trash- taut 10

glad to write you a policy. the German-American people wilt DR. T. G. PATES, interest of commerce may re Beautiful Onet.
The value of insurance cannot be
i rated. Ask a man who owns a policy immedlately'begin tract. ooerate the With TWENTY YEARS'EXPERIENCE quire. ._--fa .. We will send free to any reader-
if he will sell it! The savings of a ofthe, Banner'10 beautiful high
This i is the second large sale of a. an
f life-time may be wiped out in a few FARMERS if you' want the grade embossed, colored Easter
minutes. Not so, if you are insured. l lands this Mr. Jorday within has made months in EYE SPECIALIST BEST fertilizers, see F. B. Calla- post cards, all different. We do
i Therefore I would advise you to county six ; WILL BR AT this because we want you to know
f your insurance with me. the holdings other:of sale the being J. :J.the McCaskill cypress Dr Wilson's Office.IN way. high-grade. cards ''we. carry.If .
beautiful assorted
CHIPLBV.From Oysters 30c qt. at Schell's you prefer
Company, in the southwesternpart
cards when write.' All
F. B. ELEVEN to SIX o'cck say you
Callaway of the county, tor'a consid- '
i NOTICE I picture we ask is that you send us this
ave your
eration of $275,000)Hardware First Tuesday In Each Month. advertisement and 4 cts., stampsor
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Insurance Agent.Send to Ad-
Examinations FREE. money, cover postage.
of quality-the kind next to First Nat. Bank, Chipley, dress Johnstone Post Card Co.,
My Pensscola office Is Room No 410
in'your subscription. sold. by Dunn-Coleman. Co. lilount Building Fla. Dept. 188, Rochester, N.. Y.


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x to become one. We can sell you everything you may need to -the kind you should insist on''h vin&:,. .Instead' of being

t I eat or wear. And we will be glad .to have you: call and let us ... a burdan it i is a delight for the cook: to prepare the groceries we liltli ;
show you through our lines. Or a telephone order will receive sell for:the table. Any of our old customers Will tell you this ilil/

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._ At' Chtplcy j", Fli. Rev. W. D. Owens was.,a business ":

caller here Monday.W. .
WA.1VTBR W. JONBB, Editor. .

Catered at the poatoffica at Chipley.Fla.. ainacond N. Eyeritt was a 'bu iness. : ,..All kinds feed stuff. ,.. '" .'. ,,' I
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ONK SIX MONTHS YXAH, community, was. in town" ''Tues '. For the Horse".. M .>', :.';q?}:.; "}}' ;.>"," .., '...
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AdrertUlu rate tarnUhed on application.communications 1' ( .. ) r1 4: ,1'Af: 1 .,', .
Davis transacted business ,here h"fu': trt'i \
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on- :live topics. especially Tuesday. .- \"q'.t": :1 'J1i),'. I
y, of local Interest, are solicited. It ': :'' ,,'r
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-. of THUS UANNKB will not be responsible Rev. M. E. Grant filled his regular -1- ,, .._ .. ; .,"t. <.', '..,J' .I\ ''jtlii w.!.. < ",
A for opinions expressed by correspondents. semi-monthly appointmenthere 'I ChIckens. :":: : 1ii"
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and correspondent at every postoqjce short .. ,,';:". );.": : i" : ",":'>1t f' t"
In the county, and will make liberal- W.. S. Jones was here 'a ,. ..' ," ", .;.f".." '@R<.,,;:"t. .''
runitv uients with the rlurt parties. while Monday. He told us that For the Hogs .." ...-."\.'".."...;c,.../....'( .,, I.\ .;\r."..". '.,!. '
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THUR DA.V. Feb. 30. 1911.; he planted an acre of corn on the .--: H.. ,...r1',1,,,:,,.t!" (:-' ,.'
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dorsed.the income tax. sister, Mrs. Tiny Yates, north I ) j ',. ..' :"?" -<'''1''' ,.',
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Mark Twain's manuscript of last week. Get Our Prices. .

an article said to criticise Mr.. Work is progressing nicely on .. I ,, .' :: ",.
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Roosevelt was the Mill| Company's 'large new ,. >
-. sale. com issarv. The structure will .
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be completed,this week. Campbell
' The West Virginia legislature DekieCo.'I
MARRIED. At the home ot. the -
has passed a bill to. submit state
bride's father, -Sunday the 19th,
wide prohibition to a vote of the
Mr. James Robertson to Miss

k.p. people. .. .. 'Rubia Barfield; W. L.- Tiller N.

P., officiating. May their jour
Congressman Macon of Ark- be
ney through life together long
ansas, in a speech in the House prosperous and happy.

last week, violently denounced I OIL TOWN.. i<7JiBsV.ti7" ii7 7.ii iR71Va 7.elSTrV'.1iS11Ur i

Peary as a "colossal. faker. .*' 0. B. Hinson on the Rad Subject.: Cary Brock and Miss Ida Nel- "
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visited Alford Sunday. Goods.
Nelson "Wash-Day
It does not require a "powerful Douglass Cross Roads, .<& ,. .

glass to see that there's a Democratic Febv. 20, X911. There-was quite good attendance -

well -Republican Editor Banger. at Sunday school, Sunday. through the wash
t; as as a When things are put

p-- l ,"old guard in the United States .The' public road. I proposition in Quitea: -crowd-'of.boys called on you can tell what they are.,

'" ,' Senate. Washington county is a hard one the Misses,N .lsot. Saturday eve-
I'. ---r...-- solve, but we hope it will be solv- iing. My Goods has Stood the Test for 27 Years.

'; ed at the coming session of the I keep up with the new things andI 1
; The_ Alabama legislature has Henry Brock attended the par-

passed a, local option law. The legislature.I convicts ty Mr. and, Mrs. Kirk- bold fast to the good old'. ones. .. ; :.
favor working the on
Advertiser that at least 80 Hill Friday When you need 'wash-
says the public roads, and then tax all lin, near ,Orange ,
per cent of the counties. will re- night. day'".goods, I seep them
road subjects $3 each per year.
main dry under the provisions of .... I for you.
When this is done and the money I

the new law. will have Columbia county is organizinga My stock of Hardware,
..:. properly<<; expended, we I
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: better roads to travel over. Let "School Boy's Corn Club Contest" Ranges, Stoves Sash and

(r An appropriation of one million the county be divided into road to see which boy can raise '
Doors Coffins and Caskets -
1 .7' 'dollars has been set aside by Congress with the .
districts, let the collector of the the most corn per acre
"" for the purpose of extending tax give each one a receipt and least expense. Several handsome ::1 Guns and Ammunition -

investigations as to draining also let the law provide that each prizes; are-offered to-the winners. Dynamite. Crockery

thousands of acres of land that man, whether white or colored, II D[ Glass ware, Enamel ware
Some prowler made an attempt
K ",are now valuless.. that movesinto, a district, if be is tobreak into Campbell &: Dekle Sewing Machines Paints,

4 c & .dPresident a road subject show his receiptor Oil Jap-a-Lac Farming
Co's store last Thursday night, ,
Taft summoned Re- the tax. Let the road age
: pay
and .wo ld probably have been Utensils, Picture Frames
publican leaders to the White be from: 21 to 45 years-,let's don't
successful had he not been
(made to order) and
f House last week. and served notice force our boys out on the public
frig tened..away be.bad
on them that be would call roads until they are recognized ; : of Last but not least, "
window it the. portion
an extra session of congress if at the polls.If rear time Fishing Tackle that's "tit for fishing.jf"l : .
the store, but just at that
there is failure to enact Canadian we will look after all road
Mr Hoyt Fryer came along and will be pleased to serve you.
; reciprocity.The subjects closely-for 24 years we
the would-be thief beat a hasty
'" I ... can cap all public roads hi the YOURS TRULY, .
retreat, thinking' his intentionshad

Democrats of the House country.A been discovered. Mr. Fryer R. C.
l' word to our honorable repre- HORN.,
acted wisely in endorsing the reciprocity whose suspicions had not
sentative of Washington county:
3; ': measure submitted by I hope this road problem will be I been'ardus.edBeanie; near meeting

i :,:_i. President Taft. It is not perfect Worked. out in the right way. I theo 1a-i>'e thief, but to avoid 8

by any means, but as Senator O. E. HINSON. the meeting the man turned into

. 'i. Culberson points out the rates .... .. an alley and disappeared.If .
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t- fixed in it are less than the rates College<
We, make a specialty of enlarg- i in thejrcoursejOf' events, a ,
in.the Aldrich bill,and that is an 'Tourists > *. A .
ing pictures at The coffin or\casket{ required 20tit 3
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worth ... DeFuniak Springs Fla.
advantage securing. ,
l Photo Tent, Chipley, FJa. :
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You can get anything you want A Christian achool for boys and glrla. Attendance larger than ever

" The postal authorities are for new spring dresses at B, Agaruletheree,. isLjittle com- before. Strong corpa of teachers. Large and well equipped achool build

: pleased with the result of the plaint,against those who can't ings. Two dormitories. Good board. Careful oversight. Expenses mod
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:.,; first month's operations of one I pay the jr debts; ''it. is against erate. Gymnasium; Tennis, and other out door exe ..' *' ;

postal savings bank.In each state. prices are right and our I those'who won't. .'' Spring Term Begins Feb. 2nd. .\
pictures will please -Tourists ;- 'Ad6ther
Postmaster General Hitchcock car load of that cele-
Fla. A splendid time for pupils to enter. Will be admitted to airy clias-
Photo Tent, Chipley, '
has recommended an immediate brated Page steel, wire fencing e8 for which they are prepared. By entering now time will be saved";'In

.' appropriation by congress ot one We guess some people }jn this just received;" it's the best.' Dunn education. We would call special attention to the fact that classes taught

-'million dollars for the extension section glad to see the Colemaq Co. .J i I by the regular Academy faculty are being started to accommodate 7th and

sion of the postal savings banks weather turn cool so they. could ; : 8th grade students, thus by this special attention entering now they could''
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prepared the academy next -
in all sections of.,the country. finish,killing hogs. Notice of E ecttos For further information and year.catalogue,'address, -. : :**(

With the new extract At a meeting of thn Board of Public President
Instruction held February! 6th. 1011 It Rev. Lynn R. Walker! ,
N. P. Bryan Appointed. MAP1.I31N0'youvcanmakeMaple was ordered that an election be held at
with Duncan School House- on, Tuesday the Prof. 0. 0. Fisher'PrincipalgF ; '
r' Governor Gilchrist last Saturday ,, Syrup eat day of March A. D. 1911 for the ....
"'. commissioned little trouble or expense.. purpose of determining whether or not F <
appointed and Duncan special school tax district No. 11, W. B.MILTON., M. "
": :Nathan P. to be seator hall be continued I I .
.3'4 Bryan a A petition was presented to the School President. Vice-President C8s1ar r..
e: in the congress of the United can't a Boy's.Corn Club Board and was published for four successive
( week* In the Cblplcy: Banner In ac-
.\;States from the'state of Florida'from Contest Club be organized in cordance with Section 401 of the School 1 First National Bank
Laws of Florida that all
,_? ; the 4th day of March, 1911, Washington county? The Banner claI| ta Bcnool d1eLrlct providing.,be.disestablished ce-

'. 'when' Senator James P. Taliater- will subscribe $5 toward a by like proceedings as established. MARI1tNNA.' FLA' ).t.
Every qualified voter within the bounds
ro's term expires, until the next fund to pay for premiums. ofaald district has a right to vote for a .
:' continuance of .al*+ pecla' tax school '
.;meeting of the Florida legislature Everybody sacs, that Dunn- district; oagainst I Itgf 'P ", .' $50,000.00. .
The following persons \...
4 in accordance with the were'appointed Solicits Account of Banks ,and ImtlrWoaU. '
provisions Coleman. are the first people managers and clerk of said election viz: Corporation Firms
'\" of the Uunited States Constitution. John l4'WJlson..8amoel ''. -.Jones and Our twenty :years experience In the banking business enables ua tojoffer
tooffer the farmers the best
R.IGolden, and the best
r; Henry L. you banking' facUlties of bank in West F.orida. We also'hire >
, .. ? ... quality in hardware at the right! BgwPn,Clertt. fully equIpped Savings Department any In which we interest on depositsAccounta -

.'.J''11'.s:(..+:::\I.:',<.t.,...' prices, and they are entitled to Attest: U. II. Boca Chairman. by mall handled as easily'as by personal pay Interview. *.
"''t I U. F. GAINER Send us business. -t
:.,.'Batter,3Oc lb. at S C h'ell s your business. See them; r !Bec'ty.: and Co. Supt.

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THE ]BANNER. A F m.u. Ml.... 0oo0coeeoo oeo +cc000ococecccgcococoO "

John Ellwe0, who lived-we can hardly 1
say flourished the eighteenth TUB SOUTIIMIN L1FK AND AOTMTor ,

Church DlroeMrr. century, wan a famous miser. When 'Every Month'writes 1

M. E. Church, (South.-Preaching:every h, possessed of a million of mlll\(' '. InMurn.II.CC ,
lt and 8rd Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. walked the streets of London phi hi nthroplc : Ooanpnny: i

IL.0. Williams, Pastor. people would sometlmoM thrustpenny Lola P. Roberts of H
Sabbath jSchool 10 W. N. Shoals -
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Into his hand, uu41poverty I
a beggarly
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Superintendent.* Vienna Mo. 1 used to be
stricken was Ms appearance.He ;
Prayer Meeting Thursday nights. Marianna Florida.
Young Men's prayer meeting Tuesday would eat food that was lu the lam sick most of the time and

\"nights. Everybody cordially Invited. stage of putrefaction sooner than suffered with backache and, i i Invites your attention to its New Line Policies as embodying''the maxi i i i> :
throw It away and would ride tot .
i.'.... '-.B ptll' Church-Preaching every 2nd miles out of his way cooper than paytwopenny headache. My Mother,who mum of practical protection at the lowest practical price. A remarkably I
and 4th
,. ::. Sabbath: School Colller.pastor.a. m., F. C. Hawk. a toll on the turnpike. By had been greatly helped by cheap contract, but safe and conservative and backed by home capital.W. .

.'.' .'jSuperlnteneent. an accident In the streetbo received the use of Cardui, got me H. MIL ION Preaideni. I
Prayer Meeting Wednesday nights. sin Injury to both his legs, and a doctor ,
two bottles and I have
was called. In. Elwes protestedthat Directors; J.E. Gammon, John l U Jr., W.H. Wateon. N. A.BaltnU.
.. been well since." i J.K. Brooka. J. M. H. Lewis.John Milton.III. j
ever I
:: lee Dlreetorv the expense was quite unnecessary i ocoepeoeoooeeeoeecoooeeeooooeooooeeoooeoeoeoooeoooelIf

'. '. Office hours'7:30. m.. to.7:00 p m.j; ex- and that Jbe was not much hurt. E49
,' .-.cept Sunday So he made an arrangement with the
f.fiastbound mall closes at 10:20 a.m doctor. The doctor was to take one '

v*>s. West-bound mall closes at 5:10 p.m. leg and treat as he liked. Elwes Take CARD U I IThe it is Machinery you want we have it Writeus

,' : .: Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 a m. would take the other and do nothing for catalogue, prices and terms.
'T..\', -. and leaves on arrival of the east boundt to It. And he would bet the doctor

,-4' mall. the amount of his bill that the untended -
',',"." :. Sunday hours: 11:30 m., to 13:30 p..m., leg got well first. lie used to boast Woman's Tonic
Money Orders Issued at all hours when I _
afterward that he beat the doctor by -
'' '.'office is open except Sundays. a fortnight Cardui is a gentle tonic 41 South Forsyth SU ATLANTA, GA. i
I for young and old women.It We sell the following well-known goods: American, :i

.< .. Our dabbing Ids::. Th.Art of Boxing. relieves and prevents Hench & Dromgold. Qelser "Peerless," and Smith Myers &: Schnier Saw
I ;i Pugilism, the practice of boxing or I Mills in all sizes and capacities; Erie City Oeiser "Peerless," and Houston.
'l!.'," ;\ BANNER and Semi-weekly Atlanta fighting with the fists, was a manly I pain. It builds strength. It Stanwood &: Oamble Engines and Boilers In all sizes; Challoner and Perkins

'Journal per year$1.75. art and exercise highly esteemed feeds'the nerves. It helps Shingle Machinery; BaniSaws, Edgers, Grist Mills, "Peerless"* Threshers

:'y. BANNER! and Thrice .-week New York among the ancients. In those days the I Planers,Steam Feeds,and various other Machinery, Repairs and Mill Supplies. ,
C i. World, per year 91.65.1 hands of the pugilist were armed with the whole system. We can furnish you the best Machinery the market and at the same ',
:.ii., Times-tin Made from harmless iinw save-you money. We have no branch house.
BANNKBand Semi-weekly I the cestus leather throngs loaded with I
.,:.',, n and Citizen per year, $1.50. lead or Iron. This form of athletic I roots and herbs, it has no

BANNER and Home and Farm per year. sport waS at 'first only permitted, to bad after-effects
does notinterfere
; :.v' 1.S5 freemen among the Greeks, but gradually .I .., UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA.. I Florida State. Cnlleore'Fnr Women.. .
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-- It was taken up'as a profession with the use ofany ----0-- "
',,f ; and lost much of its prestige. other medicine and can
General Directory. A Superior But Inexpensive Institution for
; ;;: As an illustration of its early.use we !:CoIj"lI8 of An. and Science. Normal 'School.
do you nothing but good. Florida Young Men. School ol Muitic.School o< Art. School of Expression. :
j ''- STATE OFFICIALS. and in Virgil's fifth Aeneid the record Pour School o( Home Economic. -
of match between "with Try Cardui.! It will help college aarrlcultural experiment station.. : L'Fir.t: claim equipment throat-bout. Taitloaants
: : : Governor-Al. ber. W. Gllchrlat.j' a Dares, Univer.ity.ztendon. 46 profetiaoni and .i.t- f.Othur ex peniiea very low For Information
nimble feet and confident in youth," Your dealer sells 80 per cent increaw In attendance last
""" It address
;,. :,. .,'-.;.V.' Secretary of State-H. Clay Crawford. you. year. Attractive building and campus For
I '. 1\ 1t>,. and Entellus, the veteran champion catalogue address A. A. MUIPHIEE,President. EDWARD CONRADU ".......t.
.7 Attorney General- Park Trammell.Corn. "
.i:; "strong and weighty .limbed when A
," Ajtrleulture E. McLin. the combatantsTheir -

Treasurer-Wm V. Knott. arms uplift In air, their head. with. FARQUHAR MACHINERY CO.
Bupt. Public Instruction-W. H llollo- : from the blow, and, mingling hand Thoughtful Girl. *31 E. Boy Street. 'It
: The young man was calling on the '
way. with hand. JACKSON VI LLEF1 L.ORIDA.
Provoke the conflict. girl jfle didn't know her very well, ,
..' Comptroller C. Croom. but she looked good to( him. lIe want.
Pugilism has been a typical English
everything for the aaw mill a.nd
: -' Supreme Court-Thos. M. Shackleford, port from the days of King Alfred.- ed to call again the next' night, but
:. Chief Justice: -M. H. Mabrv Clew.; London Standard. hardly had the' nerve to ask permission plaining mill. We are now elllng

Railroad CommUsfon-R. Hudson Burr ." to do'so."I'd the
.' Chairman; R. C. Dunn Clerk. ADVICIC like to come up'again," he said well known Farquhar Machinery -
:. ./"' Judge first judicial circuit-I.. Emmett WIFE GOT TIP TOP when'he was ready,to go home. "How direct to the user, which means ,
My wife wanted me to take our boy to a about next week some time?" -
V".Wolfe.Pensacola. '
'" .,; doctor to cure an ugly boll, writes D.'Fran. A look l of disappointment came'overher a saving to our customers., ,.
r \. State. Solicitor: that judicial circuit-J face "Next week she'' said."Why' .
'- .: 's key of btroud Okla. 1 said, put BuckleD'sArnlSalye ? barge Stock-Easy Terms..
: Walter Kehoe. '- on It; she did so, and It '.oured ;, Isn't that-er-well; I'll tell you

..', the boll in a short time. Bulokest healerof what to do; you come up tomorrow Send for Catalog and Prices.

'. U. S. LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS burns, wealds, cute, corns, spring, brulae night and we'll decide! which night ,

H..8. Chubb Register Gainesville, Fla. swelling. Beat Pile cure on earth.. Try next week you may call.' "-Detroit

,It; only 2Bo at 8. K. MoQeaohy. Times. .;
Shields Warren,,Receiver Gainesville. Physicians Advise

"""--- The Soul of the House.
the use of A goodlaxatlve to keep the bowels open and
the of
:. WASHINGTON COUNTY OFFICERS. The Arab Steed. There. .are big Louses' and small from prevent poisons undigestedfood
Circuit Clerk-W. C, Loclcey Vernon. An Arab steed of pure breed would handsome and plain, dear and cheap, The latest product your of science system.Is VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup, purely vegetable gentle 'a

County JudRe" --I. A. nutchlsoa} Vernon.. probably be outpaced In a race:by an but every house Isllke a suit of clothesIn reliable and of a pleasant, aromatic tuste. Velvo acts on the liver, as well as on the ;.
\C'o t'lherUf-O. G. Allen, Chlpley. English thoroughbred but In other respects -' that It makes such a lot of difference stomach and bowels, and Is of the greatest possible efficacy in constipation Indigestion.

Treasurer-II. B. Tllier. Vernon. It outshines Us western rival. .who Is walking around in It.-' biliousness sick headache feverishness| coUc.t1atulence.: etc:. Try VP i

V Tax A8S3.8or-J. J. William. Chlpley. It la so docile that It is treated by its .Life.
'. Tax Collector-W. B. Gainer btcoobna.V : owner as one of the family,, and It hiu.8JI True enough. If she's there, it seems LAXATIVE

Public Instruction. F Gainer i iron constitution, for It sleeps out like home if she Isn't It doesn't No I
shelter. amount of" Elegance of edifice or furnishings ,
.-- Wauiiau. at night without covering or ,
..." Supervisor: of Rejltlnrat.lon l -J. W. Mature protects the Arab horse with a !* can compensate for her absense. >>- V F L V 0

.... Gainer, EconBna.. 'thick, furry coat, which' Is never : She is the indispensable factor .

County Solicitor A. D. Carmichael, touched by brush or comb and which to any hom& life' worlby of the LIVER SYRUP

Chipley. falls off at the. approach of spring. name.-Troy Press.

When the body and, legs, which had
County Surveyor-Thos. Collins, Cary been shaggy .. those of a bear again If troubled with indigestion, constipationno
Fla '
resume their graceful beauty and glisten -
appetite or feel blllious, give' Chamber
County Commlsslonersr in the sun like polished marble.Leadon .- lain's Stomach,and Liver. Tablets a trial

J.. M.W. Simmons Bush Chlpley., Chalrman'VernonS. Chronicle. and you will be pleased with the result. Here's a Good Slogan for

i These tablets Invigorate the stomach and
B. F. Evans Vernon. Last Revolutionary Survivor.. i liver.and;strenjgtbeathe .digestion. Sold

J. H. Porter Mlllvllle. The last survivor of the Revolutionary by City Drug Stor? and S. J:. ilcGenchy. and Better Business.DON'T
a Bigger
J. T. IllghtowerVernon.School war was ;John Gray who died In .

Board: Noble county. 0.. aged 104 years, on ) : j .' .
BillS Look About You. ............e.....fiw
G. B. Bush Chairman, Orange. March 20, 1868. He came to the Buckeye -
J. Gainer, St. Andrew. State early In its existence. For It is wonderful how much one can

'\ W. F. Buss;'Vernon. some years before he died he drew an learn by cultivating the habit of. ob DON'T BLOCK, THE WAY! .

annual pension of $500 from the gov servation. As you walk In the streetor
ride IIi the car you' pick) : up a surprising I .
General John A. Bingham
CHIPLEY CITY OFFICIALS.! ernment. amount of Information. Our Move as fast as the procession: move out. Take the
act through
having got a special
H. H. WelU.
congress for this. Gray's father was fellow beluga are Intensely interesting pace of the company you are in or make way for the mats
:Marshal-n. M. Farrlor. ,
killed at' the battle of Btlllwater and and they are constantly teaching us
W. Cook.
Clerk and Treasurer-W. behind.
D. Carmichael chairman lie took his place In the army, being something ,or "other. Do not let your
Council-A. ,
sixteen old then. lIe served knowledge stagnate. Put It to some
C. B. Dunn J. II. McGeachy,.C.E., Tharp only years .
W. O. Butler Jr. through the remainder of the war. practical use. Don't stand in the way,of new ideas.' Don't pause in the

His military record is on file at the .. ,. ._ _
office of the-state commissioner or-eol- No One to Do It. path of better system. uon't settle down on the ladder of

diers' claims.-Columbus Dispatch.A "You say you have three small chil .,
success. Don't be a barnacle on the ship of pretjress.
; dren. Can't find work"
you .
I .
the Banner The man with the three days' beard
few minutes delay In treatIs'sonie I
and the ragged trousers wiped awaya advancement
eases of eronp even the length of time it Change means progress. Progress means
: take. to go for a doctor often proves dangerous. '
-"Alas, mum," he said; "It wouldn'tbe
The safest war i* to keep Cham
-,' any good. They ain't old enough towork.yet.1 Advancement means movement. MOVE!
Chipley Fla.: berlain's Cough Remedy In the h018e. and
!! .
{ ,
at the ant Indication of croup gtee; childa : : :

< dose. Pleasant to take and always cures DON'T BLOCK THE WAY!,
;=. stands for the Upbuilding of r Sold by City Drug Store aud S. E. HcOeacby. Raving.
"John, the ,.cook has been drinking
again."; i I '

". ; Chipley, I "Is she very.drunk7""Oh

,, very. She says she'll never .
County. The Bull of Peru ,leave,tis.V.Washington star. City
Washington _
: PerIllua of Athens Is said to have in: J ; a i '
... ,1
vented for Phalaris, tyrant of Agrlgen- I In the Toll. .'

'. :. .. J'Xnd.. Florida! turn 570 B. O.. a brazen bull which "I ,understand your cousin married to write for oar confidential letter before applying Barber
., victims for 1I6t.enttlt worth money.
oJ side to admit
the '
opened on hand
:.. a struggling youngman"/ We promptly obtain U. ForeignPATENTS ..
; who were to be roasted by the fire '
"Yes' be struggled all:right, but hecouldn't

.-, : ', Subscription $1 Per Year. ; which was built .undeme tb.resembled The dying Iget..a"wai. from .her,"<-P1tt Shop. '
groans of the sufferers burg fr'esl; ": and TRADE MARKS or Urn ENTIRE 1Nd
closely the 'oarlne'of a mad bull. Pha-: .y. 1 :'" auoruey'a ins Bend; mrxl l, Ilk t.Cb
1.' ,. ')"' r : OI''pbo&oand we seed an IMMEDIATE ,
the Invention and :: Waiting.
admired >
.' larla greatly 31 :: REE report on patentability, we llivthe /
We make a Specialty of f J by way of, test roasted the Inventor .:;:'. ...!.1 ', .. ,"" ry... .. .Il beet legal .aerrlc and advice and our '
/ : YBABif charge are moderate TI"7-
first Later the populace rose In re- TURTURlm rrU x,15 r ; 3 Barbers 3

,;. 'Neat bellion'and burned Phalatis. by a cure-derJ'IDg'.lo&ach.t'nble" that battled SWIFT & CO., .. ':,.
I V doctors, and resisted''*!! remedies he Patent Lawyoi*, Everything Up-to-Now. "

.. ArtIstic Progress."I tried, Boho W. Jloddlers of Moddlersville; Opp.U.S.Patent Office,Washington D.C. -

notice a lady has received by Mich. ecroed doomed. He had'to eli-bls Shave, ...... .... ... ISc.
PrintingThe wireless a prescription from her doctorat farm and aln pp work;; his neighbors said, Haircutting ?*. ... 25c. .
r Commercial sea/ be CI1I1' live, much longer, Wbateyer I ate REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHEI AND CHILD. Shampoo ...... .... :25c..

"What wait?" dUtre d.roe, hf wrote, till 1 tried Electric Mat.WmtLow'e HOOTMIITO ST CP ha. been Massage, .. ...... ..... :25c. .,
9 nwd forever SIXTY YSARS MILLIONS ofMOTHBRS ..... ": ,
Hair Singe. .. .. 25c.
"Told ber to brace up and she would Bitters, which worked siloH fromderi for me for their CHILDREN WHILB
eat things I could not take TEKTHINO. with PERFECT 8UCCKSS. It -
bat I now
be O. K. can the .
: SOOTHES CHILD, SOFTENS the GUMS We Solicit Your Patronage.,
Banner I "Well well. Here' a case of drugless for Tear: It* iurely a grand remedy for ALLAYS all PAIN CUKB3 WIND COLIC, and -
treatment by wireless prescription tomachj 'trouMe. Just as gooQjbr the liver !. the beet remedy l for DIARRHCBA. It i* abolotely >
harm Ie... lie ear and ask for "Mn. Very Respectfully, -J
4Chipley for a alckless Illness. What an age we and kidneys. Every bottle guaranteed. Wi......'. Soothing Brrnp." and take *x>other
: Fia. live la I" Philadelphia Ledger. Only BOo at H. 11:. McGeaobj's. khtd. Twent/-flve seats a Dottle. W. Peters: Propr.

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No Reason ,f..Of 1$ .. *X
Convention of Stags ,.VV'" ,
Witbls the Imperial preserves. wh rethe -- r' ,

1t\L\ |Lee p and bra gue.t t' ecure4,500 Wbep CbipQit, ggebgw ,theI '
"uol deer In one day Is the Bchorfhalde, '
which each year toward the mon\h of Certain Wad: P.Q '

November becomes the meeting ola. There can be no just reason why

of thousands! of stags.! This annual\ afoy reader of this will con tlnue4p.suffer -

Will 'BuildYou assemblage on the Schorfhalde has; ,the tortures o|-an'aching baqk, the
autumn for centuries -
taken, place every annoyance oi ,rlnary. fllspr4 ra, the
Mention thereof has own
Up :found past.In documents more than a thousand -; dangers,, Qf. }...ltcte; # or any kidney. Ills

and Make years old. All sorts of theories :whet, ; wllcf: U so pap and the

have been put forward to account for moat positive,proof ,given ti at hey can

VouStrong It. Some Datives say that the animals be cured. Read what a Chipley citizen L ,' ...

meet to! decide matters affecting the says: \ ,", -

:'Old people, tired, weak, leadership of their various clans. for It Mra. Lamb ,Richards, Second-str ,tChipley .
seems hard to account otherwise; Ip ,.. _
run down delicate "J/tt, ;poor ,
:people, which brings stags and "

children, frail mothers, and the their attraction mates from Oallcla the ,Liechtensteingame on the Russian wyhatcauaed'heaftn! for some It. time There and.waa dtd a np constantpain | know, CrPatp ., p flood ,Impressspq ',. .: ;, 'y---:.:':, :
those from border; from _
recovering severe south of Vienna and $'n the small, b, ck, was,ner- << yoiir cpjv.respondents -::. '" .
preserves among :
: .
illness is .
this a fact. from the still larger estates In-Hun, ,'gou.and often had; headaches. I ,rested < "

Thousands; t Of ,genuine testimonials gary belonging'to the Archduke Frederick poorly,and.arose to the morning: : : and .help?..; ;" :< : .
the to the Sc refreshed. "I heard so much about
from reliable all way '
people ". t'i:
: *; prpve, this ,Claim, and to London tCbronicle.: Joan's, JKldpey, Pills bat I naliy decided to flive your' business. : : 0' '
to give them a-trlal and prpcfir-! "
,Iurir support the fact and t '. prestige i .
Vary Obliging. ed L'bo4, McGeachy 4rpg Uptf.
.prove 'our 'faith in what 'we "Sir," tartly ,says the lady of uncertain now know! that; a1l, .n,w sufferingvwas;.

say we unhesitatingly declare age to the floorwalker, 9 18 there due to disordered. kidneys, as :this _.. :
any way of getting one of these jtaljes- relief after all ,:, : : : '
that, any one who will remedy gave me. prompt } : ., .r' .... : a
attention a.:i
men to pay me some others had.failed" or: \. ,1 4a_ .
trjra: bottle of VINOL will "Well," says the floorwalker confidentially ni ;
''haye their money returned "I'll Introduce you to any 'For sale by all dealers. Price SOc !; :'J>6 BeatrPrintingAit [ : : : 4
4'f : ,
without question if one of them you; fancy, but I'll t eU nt.._ Foaier-MUburn Co., Buffalo,
I they: are you! now that all of them have thjelr New'yprk, aqle.arentajfor ;the United r : :f
not satisfied that it did them ,'steadies.Judge.. E\tatu :' Prices; :
i good.: An Amiable Man. J?emember! jO e j ame- ,.p'raQd .' :.... ",., . -- '

,, ycGeacby. Druggist, "Why do you argue'with your wife? take no other. I'" ', '- ..;, :
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It doesn't do a pit -- '
: Fla. Don't you know you
;Chipley, ." .,; -- : _
.,...' ...,..-- .. r of good?" ,An III Fated. City. <. .:r-: : :, '.
: "Sure I do. But I ain't got such a The 111 fated Sicilian"city of Messina :
The Dialect Was Thara. mean disposition as to deprive her:'of' ,wa '*Uno.t ,entirely destroyed: by PhtS; ? ypur next order, : ":" :

1 px-Governpr: :lob Taylor Of, Tennessee the pleasure."Cleveland ,Leader. an .earthquake In .Ii 093 and greatly! : .
wag once entertaining a northern 1 ,- iAn damaged by another In' 1783. In 4743 and, we ;will give. ypu.perfepj -:: ,,:. .' .r., ,:
''guest' who was rather skeptical about the ,plaguecarried off nearly bait ,ofIts '"' '''
the prevailing .dialect In; stories of jtuuck of) rip ia often followed, by 'a tnhabltaatsk In ,1784 she ,city 'wjas ,satisfact o",. tl>!us : '_'. .: .; :

southern negroes. He thought It over- icrelistent cough, which to many proves a visited by ,a .terrible quake ,and ..tidal '
4r wia.' To disprove the contention. great aunyaoce.* Chaml>erUlu's Cough rem- wave, which. flnlabed its destructl9n.In ? making ypiu one, of our ,

Mr. Taylor laughingly ,.made ,a wager sly bas", been extensively used and .with fact,' |t would .be A1W.ettlt jtp ,findanywitera
that the northerner rood: Briefless for the relief and cure of {hill regular customers. "
with his guest a city with I a more mournt3l / _, s
would be unable Interpret the language cOII b. Many cases have been cured after ,. ,,history tbap Measlna. whlqb .has
qt the first negro they met. Accordingly ill other recodle hud failed. Sold by (lit" ,beep ;pracWqaUy' [ destroyed ,twentWmos : ; e,
they set out and presently Drug[ Store and 3. E. MeOeaeby.Hi > ( : '. .
Quti( t.thaet.tlAQl1r94r! "D : : ;:,
In- :' ,, :
cune upon a black man basking ., .,;;' ,.
,dolqntly In the sun. Telling his-! ,friend Brother Was Different. tW-1!I Thlpjja..We ., : 1 _" ,
to pay close heed, Mr. Taylor stepped A noted Philadelphia attorney U\lla.\ : ,"n'.lCO ,f9,4 4f' ',garopn wpL .,.'' .,".o;;" >. ;" '. '" ,'. ',
UD .to the negro ,an'd demanded. suddenly one;, on himself. lie left his native W.e "I\;t to be IdoilM? :w }tt we tWcy4gbtl ': '. ., .' TH-E 1

: town In 'Tennessee years ago and fo-: .ithtoKf, but jftse great":' ..point to, ,, ,
'Weh her cate l' lu Philadelphia to practice law, ,to, j mal .thlnrs, :.when called-'d ,to.HerT ,. ... ;,, I
Tlte negro blinked his eyes stolidly lie baa- been uniformly successful} tl\i\'P.! ;I$ '.rs* ,1t'1r\l :-r Qec11.Jyryelfly. "V "' I"0.

and then answered In guttural voice His''brother on the ether band, remained 'C"I'PL' B ANN R :
Wan, who?"-Everybody's. behind at the family home. } ,"' b 't:; :.. ,t4 ,.' :

stead. Returning ,to life native town, : ; }ere J;.. po 4.Qubt nature's
'Suggested a' Remedy. works are indeed marvelous. Abe-
Even,medical\ gentlemen ,are not devoid pome time ago, the attorney met an Aren't they -Qnly' fancy, 'even' he.Jnfect Fla.
old darky la the road. Chipley -r
of profesuloual Jealousy. Twodggtor.'were "Hello, under! he said. But the ojd ttnieR>! ba s ,Ma JLaittn nam.n94u ..- 4 ,
bragging: 'about! the Jltrmber 1J. r1'a
man did not recognize the boy he used:: A. f
of their'patients. to know lu the prosperous\ looking citizen -, -+rrIKIreli@rI '. .
"Why. last night I was wakened up who addressed him. ,I..cI"IfIIA'. \ .1. .
,posit a ,!.dozen awes," said, the 'younger "Well," asked the lawyer) "bow Are { 1d l ep gtike himselfpensabletp A&41! : J .t.... .
t1< the Blank family
"You were, eh V- replied the other. said ,the old much a\ that when he left tjue' egt .. .

MW+11, why"' ,don't, you: buy:ome Insectpowder,1 darky."Oh,: they're"Jim Blank all right has gone, to Philadelphia threp,dctvctlvies, liking,tot -Nei} ....... ..oO........oa..o
..._._ and done made a lot of mon. York in 4PWe "
He's a lawyer,, sah. ... _.J,,',.. ..-;-: ;:,... ,. '" .. Z
FALLS VICTIM TO THIEVES.JA. : "Is that so?" answered.the attorney.! _

WV Bends of Coal City| ,.era. has a Jusliable "And hla brother Tom, how ,1s he, :
jrrlevanoe. Two thieves stole his Has. he,made a,fortune too?" SAY, : 'That now is the time.<>I build that, ome or business house -
,h.ath| for 12 "ers. :They were a liver and "Lawdy noF answered the old C ,J-DU' have been considering? The present business depression !!!.:
kidney trouble. Then Dr. King's new' Life darky, shaking hls.head.; "He ,alq't basj-educed the price qtlpmber' and building\ materials; labor >
}r epeapand; plpptitpl.Ad f you can build now for 25 to 50 per e
Un- .
Till throttled them. lie's well now no lawyer. Marse Tom wouldn't takea ; .
,rlrale4toLCOneUpation, malaria, headache dishonest penny from' nobody- 'v 11 lpegdthe, ,Dapggr; Jr e for ..FFptteesthapap'JUN1,11907. .

dyspepsia. 20c at S. K.. MoGeacby a. Philadelphia, Times. the term of this school to : OR JUNE, _90$. e'
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I An Apostle of Rapes. !
A Pathetic Banquet. First Bum-Writers say dat de secret When you/ thipV:lumber'orjbuilding material, think,of us .
Jacob A. Jills was.discussing'In New ef aristocratic appearanceis reposeof/' To Every' White' Teacher, ,. and, the fact that we have completed a modern up-to-date lll1'IIIV'
.T' >> work 'mill,and, cant furnish everything pnade of 'wood. .ueed in e .
Xcrkhis .;e'perlence as ,a ,police .re I '
p.-Cpl-ago from'sills'td'bomb t and" that we can
porter. :! In Wa hinpton! County r1 Building? : '. i

They were Intense experiences. The ; '. DO ,IQ' QUICK e
feels' ,
Indeed such Intensity lIe that the opa-
pathetic ones bad, an _
t that th!:y couldn't be used In ,Iche.While.-, bake81eare. Whowill Bend us -the news vqfiy.iek (, -Sash ',.MouldingaCasings Framing Bank $
literature. They'd seem overdrawn.For DqorsBlinds Flooring ,Drug &
'.JIJer,C JA PJ:1."l !Fb 't or Base Celling Store' ,
cold and dreary ; '
example, one It is often) Impossible to prevent,an 1 Fixtures ,
frames 'Fiullsi" Siding .
Thanksgiving evening as I' passed atamoueyestaurnnt' accident, It U never Impossible to. be'pre v. ,rytw9'.)IC9)c .f'oqe8t.
I ,saw a little urchin pared-it is cot beyond any one's purse. I I Estimates cheerfully: fur tshed: Freight paid to your sta. !. ,
standing before the area. Through the Invest 25o In a ooltle-of Chamberlain's L.ln- P':1:rgspondetta: play; write. pn ,tlon If desired.' .,..
area gratings the kitchen, brilliantly Iment and you are prepared for sprains,

Illuminated could be seen. The cook, bruises and like injuries, Sold by City I any subject of gene;r .l ,iJJte_ est., I. 'MtRI_ N;$ J MANUFACTURING' CO., :
Inhls, white dress, basteda, half dozen Drug Store and S: ., E. JloOeaohy. .. ;

great brown birds. Our ony| .rjcquest, i is.that they refrain '' ',- ,11r1I ,ANTWA.I L.A. .
'HI. Tlmmy! the urchin cried, and "

), second youngster turned toward him. Found the Saint's Day. i from'using the nanie;ofrany; I L. "O..oA.NQa: PUQNB, M2. ::

i In",'III the, Timmy smell ,from comean'this eat here yer kitch crust I One Russian the sum peasant of GO rubles sued anotherltorecover the,dept! ', ., Way calc9: I \atgd 'o Flve 1............ MMM9. .ffl) I

{ en. .It makes It taste Just like roast I It. or having faithfully promised to return -, .
t. ,.turke,..' "Detroit Free Press. the money ou St. Henry's day, qffense. / I
ojj But, having failed to do so, for a" long, -- i The New York' World, We promptly obimlu U. 8. and ForelimPATEI4TS, "

$ His Prafaranea.' time-the lender discovered that tjhei; Thrice-a-week Eedition..
t "Let me give you a pointer," the Interlocutor Russian. Orthodox church Includes ;no'sucb Let JIB Hear :0-
't ald'to the end man., aaJntea St. Ilenry, and the Judge TheThrlce-a week World hopes 'to beInoo8'a
before whom .the case was tried was :
"Don't give me a pointer, replied ; better paper than it has eyer
t. .tbe,eud maul "give, mea, fox. terrier.Chlcago :." much puzzled as to what'Idea verdict ,he From You. been before; and It baa made Its arrangements Head model,. et.ia or photo cl Jim Jitlon tot'iF"r I.1
Tribune.All should give. Happily' the occur- : accordin IJ. Its news service cov 00 Jlentablltt1, ,For free book < 1
: red to' him that, saint or no saint-All : wr
era the entire globe, and It reports everything I ;o }
Ready For th.;Show. Saints' day Included even the most : fully promptly, and accurately.. }\ 4

... Orchestra Leader-All the orchestra doubtful, so he gave Judgment returned that the AllSaints' We 'wan. the NewsBMid fa the only paper, not a, dally, which ia as HOWGMNI
&50 rubles should be next
players are drunk Theatrical Manager good aVa: dally, and which will keen Ton '
drag-'em out. We ,adver- ,day. ,
-Well.' as completely Informed of what IS happening -

Used a.full.orchestra-Llpplncott's.. Look It. ,YeArtlsBXRf throughout the world. Opposite-. '8'Patent'ttice a
,, Did
RINCB The Thrioe-a week World Is 'all'lo Its
Diffused "What Is it?" asked the. visitor: In WASHINGTON D. C.
knowledge 'Immortalizes political,report*. Y can get \..bero b -
'tsclf.-Mackintosh.LIFK the studio., from Its columns, whether are a Republican -
.. sunset," replied 'tbe you ... .. .., ,.
"An Italian. "-' ''---'''- --
-: or Democrat, and that !," wbasyou .
;; AVBD AT'DBATU'8; 1JO<)1t.. : proud artist. want..
"Oh r'"Didn't ,
"1: never'felt nearer my kr; v." writes W Italian A spealat feature of the Thrice-a-week
ever an unset
Tej when a ;you see World has always been its seilal' fiction.Itpnbllshes .
.J' rMtereouVelllogtoa,, ,; as .. '
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I t J -it.Jeh'uI cough and Jung trouble pulled me "Oh? :That- is the reason I asked, tt ..rfCOP't. novels bv ttie'beet'autbore' In Fobllc State at Large. ,."
down tot 100 pound, Ju spite of )(: 'streetm.nt yes. .. @ .-&c.A. the world, novel which In book: form sell
w lather moth what It was. -Yonkers Statesman. .,._. _4'...aeCMeh.i. d da.tytpet for 91.80 apiece; and Its high standard In
for My
two years .. ..', _.....In Our. OVln\o "het6erNnl .. .
All business
,.rand two sisters died consumption,and uo.lILrlatl..,._"lIoJtrai., .... tla __p,.DI tnls respect'will e,maintained In'the I future entrusted : q.... _
that alive todar duo.solely tor pr.KlnSKew ;)o you know that croup can be prevented f._ IAwt ener. rUe, as la the past. !i my care will have, tnypromptJ:' ..
which Give Chamberlala'e; Coughftemedy sisooa 1ieluarU.d. war6'I" +1'SdtllUfiC World's
Discovery, ooinpletely ? '''''' > ... be Is. The Tbrlee-a-week regular
cured me. Now I weigh 186 pounds and as the child becomes hoarse ,or even )Imfti ka111. subscription price lip have been well and strong for nan Quick after the roupy cougb.appeaia.andrit a.nd"ht. pays' for ISO papef*. 'We offer .
ears, ."retathe, best remedyon earth for prevent the,attack. It la also '.certain, :A1t."I1IG"of,. an'r*nnunmtM KH.ntlH VraruU.w.My. TjuimHato.Mtlon T.nni' ,IB at this uneqaalted newapaper and The Ban ",,;;Ca },l found, at :postQf1ce, .:
y coughs,eold., trip,asthma,croup and. all cure lor' ortup and h.s.Dev [been kip",a ta e",JkIi4.' .... er together; for tine yea'r': \ %for $ .M. 'Theiubscrlptlon ; -rf.: .. ,; .
'and 2uoK..UPubIe. ,GOB '4&, $1. Trial fall told bv.Olty,Drug ()ree.Rd..I5.;: ,K.: ;l if""r ..I......., reenlsr : ,price' of the two pal '

' frea.r. : ',OuarmnUed. by 8 K* McGeachy'' ,McQ ..,lr.", ' i111st..:wpba aw parr"Is.t21OO. ", '" S ot q" :. ,, ,
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HIGH-GRADE Seeds. i Wire 'Fece.j1 :1

for .
headquarters .: /.f;
) Farm seeds. I ,-'

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Clover Seeds : .
.; P. vs.}
td Cotton Seed, 30

Sola Beans,
Kaffir Corn, < s 2

Peanuts, etc < 5, .
: I d4jt4$ impression ( Is., u e d

.. m 1 correspondents monthly

Kr. information as to 31 ,..., Ei
:an .o give your busi each month in

prices of Season -. --,,.. .1 ... ...,M4 k, -

i 1T! S 1 e.We Write for copy .

do N iAg } request. Just a word. Fathers. and, Fence Builders: ':


at RcasQnu .Les. Richmond, Va., 4) Having made. a deal for Ten Car Loads ::

Sillier Job Office. S of the Best American Steel Wire Fence, we

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J Report of Board of Instruction of Washington Cunty ,, than ever before. 0

a ndin January .3 1911. t', j :>> Public. 4JK Be sure" you see us, before buying wire :
I f; ; : *? 'ill'
Date 4
i i ..*. .. .
Jan.l 13 th1ndtrotight1o'rw 1 rd. a $ ; Handled. '
2 1O12 ,R..% tint and teachers at Chlpley .. .. .. ..$450 00 : elsewhere. It means mo'noy saved. :
'.1111da'' If teacher at Pt Washington ..... .. 40 ooieaphciat specialty. .
e 2 1013 J EIlxA 'r lndd it. ..... . .. .. .. 30 ooIson.
1014 ,
2 Jesaiese, I teacher iA Vernon.... ., .... .. 00 oo) :
2 1015, ... .. ..... .. 3000 "
2 1010101 7.a ngr{ ltea erat'l'omlJklns. .. National' Bank. I
Pomt "' s9SVo. : Hdw. Co.
riteacherat! : : :: :
2 ' il&cbtr ttUSulDhur' springs.. .. .. .. .. 3500 Cbipley .
2 1018
a' ,t.1A16 ( hstescher....t Ne V.u aWot:.+Ibldl*..A.4M t>f0'( :
a. r Ipson. !, ,.>r !,,, ,, .45! ..00teacher E. TILLER
.1gpU! y, at Hunker." .. .. .. .7. ... ao 00 ... .
'' 2 2 102 1)23( li tea' won., teacher at WhlteOak I .. .. .. .. .. 8000 SURGEON, .e..................
i}($.Lrong, teacher at Caryvllle, 3 mcfc. ...... ....' 80( 00jftrper.leaeher
2 1023 at Bradford ... ....... 3r 00 Florid '
2 IUJ 1O2A, ., .arles, taachentt Now Prospect.3"'mo... .. 7000 -

2 A Itlnson, teacher at West Day, 10 days. ... .. 17 50
,2 1I 1I ) s 'JuagRC: teacher at Ureenhead.... .. .. ao 00 First Nat'l. Bank. The First !National Bank
2 1 $ Xi iftw. teacher at Unity.. .:.. .... :..... 35 00 ,
2 w: rh tIlhert.teacheratCypreas... .... ..<..;.... 30 00 F ,X.
2 10,9 U'ffrles. teacher at Tiller. .. ,... .. .. .... .. 3000 : ': McRAE OFDesignated .P.ENSACO, '
.11030 ,
3500 .
he.nuhteueheratllolmescreek.a..r' "
".1 2 7033 103( llendrlx, teacher yates.. .. .,.. ........ 3000 ; Depositary, ; of the United State : .
'! as, teacqer at Gully springs.-.'.'.. .. 39! 00 ; at Law. .t
'I 2 2 1 1033 10t4, Johns, teacher at Fine island..,............ w; 80 00 .. Bank, Oldest and X.arge Bank In West Florida. ;"
.. ... .. .. 35! 00 ", \
bertson, teacher at Yonngstown.-; "
2 103t eflrles teacher at Carter..... .1.. ... ........ .... 30 oo OBG.A.NI.ZSD: : : ;7VLY 5.0. iseo.
2 'tj10 ('unntngbam. teacher. at Pine Bluff...... .... 3000 all m t.ter. antruet !
2 10,17 Stewart. teacber at Polity! Hran b. ... ... ":i.'. 30 00 made. Capital Half Million; Dollars.
2 1II38 lo Oarmlchael. teacher at Plnelo"............. ,30 00 time and fire-tested In
.2 2 1 3010 1039. abeth.Stonom, teabher at Oak Hill.:..:.... : '85'00 \ Surplus and Undivided Profits, 1OOOOO.
.T041 Stephena: supplement to salary at St. Andrew .4500
2 2 1043 'atham Uoulhac, teacher at Lilly 11111.. .. .. ... 25 OO- Interest.Paid'in Savings Department at Rate of 4 percent, per Annum.

'. 2 7041 1 a/rn-OatnerHneldftntals Gainer, per diem and 1 mileage.'afrEcontlnaSOtX. .. McJ'. 50),... ItDti JA'Ef I
8 Bonk
U,1 tInre-Roulhac', teacher ak Sy1vanta.r.TvrtT. 311 (X)1It The, First NotionalOP
Johnson.teacher at Pt Washlnatoo; .... 30 00 nt Law
.. 2 2 l :C McNeil teacher J!:con II nav. .. ." 3760 I7BNf3ACQS.A.! .
I; I' 14.J McNIel teacher ot Ecoalloa 2nd 'i",,, 27 50 Specialty. W.S. KBVSBK Vlce-Prea
1 2 :41..j 50Jittte W. K. HTBR. J... President.
.. .5
dl'lselleAilenteacl1erat'H..Joe:: ; /i..t. ihipleyFil; ABU. Ccmhitr
2 : Caahier. Twos. W AaaU Caahier.:>
,ai.l.M; ..$ 12 oo. W. J. FOHBBM paRNT.
for housea Wa J
n 2 p McMillan* rent C. Brent. W. A. Blount Keyaer. Wm. H. Kno 'lea W. K. Hyer.
Director -F. .
.. 2 H McKenzle, rent for house at Panama City.. ... 24 (X) W. J. Forbes. Knowlea Hver. Tboa. W. Brent.
J to 21f I\v. Cor TO joint!*stove'pi rxfr Sulphu..l'prlng.--! 50
w'L ""
'Cb Banner,"printtnot election'notice .Ssreport" 7 soIt ( 7
4 "" 2 iptey F Ualner salary as Snpt .. .. .. ... .... .. .. 100 00 [ ,
2 2 1 \W F Rnss per diem and mileage..' .. t' .,.... .. 9 00Llewellyn w High-Class Saw'' Mill Machinery
2 10.4 Powell and a st. at fauaaia.Clty .... .. 105! oo( -A.t- ,
I, 1057 ,:Amanda Crutchfield teacher at Parker .... ... .. 3500( ; We carry at our new warehouse,
12 .... ..
.. 5352, FLA.
Tiller as treasurer ,
2 109 .IIH,Buahj per diem awlrofeagetr.'**..i. ,. .. .. .. .; 10 80 408 and 412 East Bay St., a large
II To amt> of VV BG.InerLax,190 .. .. .. .... ... .. stock of Portable and Stationary
2 .... .. .. '
8' ..Y To amt. of A O Crootn, taK redemption; Engines Locomotive and Horizontal
Toerrororwarrant.NaD74t.ta.totp.' .-.... .. .. !
8Feb.l To amount warrants. out tanding to bat... .. .. McQuagge, Return Flue Boilers t Saw-Mills,
: 0'_ $:108 35 *: xl.a Planers, Edgers, Saws, Beltingand
}' lHaVPVH't'tt' ? c>iShin $.Sl1ty1hIR datet..) .\.4'..i. ... .. Public Mill Supplies; also engine and
4 We'leer by certify to the foregO lug statement for trhl' month ending / at Large. saw-mill repairs. W also handle the

."., 3t,1911. belng.correct. In every particular. G. B. BUSH: celebrated line of) Hustler Saw Mijls

II Atteel. I'. OAiNEB!: >.Hecy..and: Co.tiupt..:; and Erie|*) :ngIt ea and Bpljers. This,makes the best Saw 1111 outfit on earth.
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' NOCETrOR, : 1.U LICATfON.*" -I" :NOTICE FOR Traveler. Write for'Illustrated catalog covering your requirements.

.. '49 Department of the Interior,, Department of the M lsby' Machinery Co.
I UjrfcQiEiaQd Vfflee at Gainesville, FL>. l IT..H. band Ottlce at Uulnesvillo a -
*. 1911. cU orivlUo, Florida.
MrJ lfahuary21.1011. 1 }* '\ < I Fel'vutry 4O8 Sk 412 E. Way St. Je
Nitl! la hereby' given that Flora p.;:- j Notice<'I iierebpgIven'thst' 1 1J Long DI.t.nce'r'slephosie Wo., &'7.... '
,'I Ma"bh'm of'"Bennett, Florida! rwhfr onJoly I Crawford of'UbIDl Homestead > .

rial;No.lo; 1900 psnaa., made tor 8X Homestead of SE:U EIlt.rySa-Section I IaadoPNtg 1 July 34573,11.(SerlarNo 1904.: mad, O'J724)for< NKJi, :: M MrINM M.M.S.."...M.N,i. M.Ot$ ON...M.M.M/M.M.M...ION.., ,
3 :
r Section! 12, frpwnshfp 1 1 1i 1 ia1taaaee-Norldlan.LasIliad i
.Tttllahaswt Alerlr
+welElavaggal3weca i ;
flan;'has !Hied notice of Intention to makelUiLlCpmuiutatlonvproof tentlon to'make final Conimutatiou" I'TheY'' Grow tHe
to establishcJfcTSHo .to pstahll8hvclalm to the jaud } i-
'' theand above desert Wdy>befortf el'lried before-thef euntyabdge'at:
f.. 1 f,her OlerK-of: the Clrcujt: Court at YernonFlorida'un ,,. non Fla.! on the 18tU\ day'vf March. 'i.1
; the lat day of March. 1011. Claimant names as witnesses: ,
Henry Wachob, John ,
:Claimant names as witnesses J. M. P'iyne Biggest.CrQps..
t Porter. J. II. Porter lleurv Padgett and L. Harrell. all of Sexton Fla.HENBY S.
U. T, Croom, all of Bennett, Florida. ., ', .
Ed fee paid. .
"'fee paid. Register ? I The agricultural department Washington has just.1

NOTICE'FOB PUBLICATION 'hel I l HJmeJ f published the results of-a, lone series of'held tests and they

Department of the Interior, Let the.CarvCT School ;teach 26-27-28 show plainly that animal ammoniates, .such:as Blook and "
U S. Land otHcn at Oalnrsvllle, Fla. than other. .
18,1011. mail the Art-of Photography.If Tankage, made a larger increase in yifld any ,

i' Notice Is hereby February Florida that: Asa 'Jenkins you are seeking a profession celebrate.r pravionaly Mardi: attamptad Gras thla,' For instance, it was found that Cotton Seed Meal,; alone,

:, ot Greenheaa who, on November Is not overcrowde<1jJL\1 one that 1 l. .nt Str.*t Pa..anl showed of $ 2.68Tankage
3, 1909- made Homestead Entry on theOull a gain per acre i
1 Serial No. OtI03for; WK of NWM and NKoLSVV muoerf'eiTeapect! blf-ana' : win also;aver-Been Peru riekeaa. alone,'. 14.00
. Section 26, Township 1 n9 tb.
yau area4lrlseel lo'takejf with their great
ups aa. '
".. Range 14 west Tallahassee Meridian; has 'ihe.'barver*School'* of Artillery guarding th Cotton Seed meal'and Potasb trained, 7.02
of Qnal phy-ft
filed hotlce Intention to make : .
Harbor: the O. 8. Mary .
claim to and Potash gaihed 14.29
Commutation proof, establish you. ..... lie Harlae Carpe and Tankage
the land above described, before the Oeee Sttitmmrt,.Ike Greet( & Pot. galnefl 9.12
Clerk of the Circuit Vernon, If you are an amateur phot World CvoMrce a Deep Cotton Seed'Meal, Acid Phos. .
,t" .Florida on the 31st day of March 1911.r and wish to make better pictures Tankage, Acid Phosphate and Potash gained 17.80
r ,. Claimant name! as wltnensest Artbnr I
I C. Bethea. of Vernon Florida, John lowerJcoft.-Srl( iahjtoJbecotne! a Accommodations Another proof 'that animal ammoniates are BEST.
Watson, btalaohiJenkins, Charlie Jen- fesslonal-.Let the Carver, School
klnes, of Ureenbead, Florida. of Spanlah legend and to. ..Odaa.Vtl\dli .
'i. >*..... HENRY: a. CHUBB you. five different tlmee In Iti I
E4fee paid. Reglster.i If you area professional aid\ allevfoncai to th. Flag
invitea to meet Armour Fertilizersare "
J" r : to prod c + a you y
1 i ,) QxI 4,(s, >R. PUBLICATION.Department ; ymarl an 41.: & Ton will ban the 0
of the Interior, : TIME of yowlUe.
I i .. S. Lund. office at Gainesville Fla.! to you-Let the Carver animal matter goods. furnishing a steady i

? 'j' l"ebruar.18.1 Hl. .. '. .. entire
l' you. i i ( -i 5 food throughout the
'K. of ..
iNottce Is hereby given that GeorRff '. The carver School of Practical so ure plant ,
I Simmons of VVauaau Florida, who, on
1 October 12, 1004, made Homestead Entry tography offers twenty cemplete, growing_ season
L. No-iaWKl. (Serial No. O 'OOO) for Sh# of tical and inexpensive courses v
Ir1-/i i..A :
1 fNEk and NE SEif Section 18.'l\ wn- .
-'ship *north jfan 13 TuUahaaseq all branche ,of \photographic ; i
!'' Meridian, has filed notIcerol Intention to Write now for full Informatioli, A. R. Wells, Sales Agent. : :
< ?
-I make. final five year proof to establish !t> f! . the land above described, before free apd places! JJOH under q .. .... '. ,
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p the Clerk of the Circuit Court: at" 'ernon.p tions. Address -- .
,' the 30th day of March, 1911. "* '. '
School ;
IytI ldmant names as witnesses B. N. The Carver Manufactured 'By" x. ?
i;! Everlttw$r., E. N. Everltt Jr., '/. N, Ev- Practical Photoar aw ..
I erltt. ofJLJhlpleT, Florida...K... E.Slmmona '''''" .. .le etl
} of W"o an. Florid ..,.. ; '" {W. frock; .Bgz'504", \ .... ,Waurlo Armour -F rtilizerV'nr1is.: /.
..., JI1iiJRx.; Cirlttla'ei j !. k .
f eeatd. Reglafer.ti
i!; p.\nn\:! -Coleman Co. have JACKSONVILLE, FLA. '

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II Personal. Ii, What is a TEE tag?Day. ] TownTopics.. IT I

"An end at the point of a string; HTNTSOARMERS.

; Sheriff Allen was called to Pan something light, hanging loose- Quite a number of the W.O.W. '

I( a a City Thursday. I y.' boys attended an unveiling at
Supervisor Warren of DeFu So says Webster, but the pupils Cottondale Sunday. ..' 1

iak was here Monday. / of the Chipley High School Let's do something to encour- Now is the time that you realize ".,
I r'i"
I B. F. McKeithen ot the Valley,I know more things about a tag age the boys, by offering premiums on your season's ivork. .':i",. ,
than old friend, Daniel, wise ,i"
our Wash
in town Saturday. for growing corn by -
4 j' T. G. Lawrence was up and learned though be was, ever ington county boys. As you sell your cotton, grainj:r.;..,c'ti'
thought of. A tag on Saturday, ; '
place :
y and spent Saturday Every shade tree set out is a stock or other produce, ;
i February 25th, in Chipley,means .
I Hinson was shakin an Interest in and a step toward distinct help and a step forwardin your money on open account with-{-;...,..... ..

";: Snon friends here, Saturday,, securing a library for our high the realization of our dreams; bank. ',"',.. .:<:'
,I of ." a reliable: .' /... ,." ,! .
'f,1, of Lyons, Ga., is1 school, a thing that has been long the "city beautiful '" ,
';. relatives\ here this wee / needed and can't be longer done President 'Taft' last Friday Pay all your bills by check'.,' ,"'.:<,;'
':.. County Treasurer H. B. Tiller without. sent in the name of J. P.Schell tQ which makes the best kind of a : .;

'; as up from Vernon and spent, The first expenditure will be the Senate for reappointment as receipt. and avoid the worry and ,
i'! mrsday. v for a book case, which will cost postmaster at Chipley. : .
D. S. Carter of Wausau was iir about,$20. This case will hold a Three handsome new E. M. F. danger attending the '

: town Saturday and a caller at the hundred or more volumes-you automobiles were received here of large sums of money. ,/C:.: ,

i naner office. see how much we need at the whois p. .w." '
F. B. '
Monday by Callaway, : :
J. B. Glen spent several days very outset ,don't you? Then agent for that machine. One Our offices are always at the .-.i.-..;... :.' ''

this and last week visiting with make your contribution accord. of them was for Senator Buell disposal of our customers and ;:j.I .-:, .
his brother at Tampa. .
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I ingly. .
Cook_one for A. D. Campbell, friends. ,;', "
Sheriff J. W., Williams Quite number of the girls .
I Deputy a while the third car was for Mr '(', ....,
visited Panama City and Millville i have kindly consented to do the Parker at Grace ville.. .
i a day or two last week. 'tagging and receiving the money.

J. D. Johnson a prosperous naval They,will be in evidence on, the The two divisions, of the B. ,-. The First National BankOF
P. U., the "Red's" and'IBlue' ,
stores'operator of Miller'sFerry streets-you can't miss them-

was in town Friday. with box and bag but not Little after a spirited, contest for the .CHIPLEY. ..,
increase of In which I
E. M. Newman, mine host The Jack Nag, for we don't! proposeto membership,
Inn, ol Baybead was a visitor in nag any one, we wouldn't if we the.Re4's won, gave supper and I

the city a day or'two this week. could, and if we would, we know social at the school auditorium I

Miss Annie Berry left last there i is no need of such disagreeable Friday evening.The occasionwas I

week for Grand Ridge where 'measures; for the responseis heartily enjoyed by all who
she will open' a millinery busi to be generous, as it always is attended; Call around and see our line of Come to the new photo tent

I improved and labor saving farmmachinery.DunnColeman and get our price on photographs
ness.Tom with our Washington county peo If'.voti. .. want.. to see some one '
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: Hiley spent a few hours pIe. The girls will be there, the who feels his importance, just Co. and enlarged pictures.-Chipley.
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at Saturday taking civil -
j. Caryville boxes will be there-and we know take a look af Walter Cook. The Our farmers are buying more
( service examination R. F..D.
; carrier. as the contributions will be there al important look is excusable ,tho'for largely'than over this season of $80.00 per month straight salary
I. .*- so. They will, we are sure pour that bird of many cilimes- the latest improved farm machinery. -I and expenses,to men.with rig

lisa Bessie Powell, a char in, until the coffers become so the Stork.-visited bis home Sat- This is an encouragingsign to introduce our Poultry Remedies
Ing young lady of Tifton Ga., i '
["the guest ot Miss Gladys Fq heavy that the aid of our: boys urday morning and left a darling and we hope ere long to see Don't answer unless you

irior this week. will be called into requisition to little baby girl. The mother and this section fully abreast with mean business. Eureka Poultry

Miss[ Eunice Tuggle left Friday carry them to the general repository little getting along nicely. the most advanced in their methods Food Mfg. Co. (Incorporated. ,) ,

for Atlanta, Ga., where'she 'at the school house. The first in of agriculture. East St. Louis, I1L
robbery ,Chipley
will get ideas in the art of trim Large or small, the offering
j ming ladies head-gear. will be received "with respects,1'as for several months was success
fully executed at.the home of City
the darkie said and
old ; no one
Joel Sapp was in town Clerk Walter Cook last Thurs-
for the first time in several weeks but the donor will be the wiser
j 'He and several members of bis for the amount. The boxes will day night, when some thief gain- Curiosity is Not a Sin.

family has had small pox. have,only a slit for an offering ed entrance to his home and by

j Mrs. M. L. Harding{ ,of Apa- the sum goes in, and the same silent and stealthy tread secured

2 Y lacbicola is here visiting her tag is for chink of a nickle, the his pants from his bed room and

if daughters, Mrs. W. W. Jones oft thud of a $5 bill,'or the'jingle got away with them without 'him It will pay you,to inves-

and Miss- Florida Harding. I of a double eage. But please, every knowing anything about it until

i, t;. M. Pender is at Pensacola, I one, give something., We'all he got up Friday morning., In ..' tigate the prices and .
receiving treatment at the Sani- know that where the treasure is the pockets o7 the pants were his '

1i turium. His friends hope for the heart goes also, and our interest watch, keys and about $1.50 m im .- ,'', quality of ny :_.
him a speedy restoration to good in is much money. When Mr.-Cook discov- .-,.'
any work enhanced ;
health. by the fact 'that have' a ,ered the thjeft he proceeded to "' :GROCBRIBS.j '<

Attorney Buell Cook spent a "finger in the pie. make an ivestigation; he found :, i '
portion of Saturday at Vernon where the thief.entered and went :-. ::
Lend a helping band on February '
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legal business. He was accom- out, and a short distance from ;. can save you :
25th. -
his stenographer : i ir
panied Miss' "Give us a cup of kindness, 4 yet"'If the house be'found the pants, but .. .. .. .p $ $ #' $ $ :'r<'
watch, keys and money was gone.
not ior Auld Lang Syne,
Judge E. J.-Roe of Yelverton
Mr. Cook tried to secure dogs to
South Doven, England, came in Yet for the New LibraryOf track the the.thief, but failed to W. W. HARVBYeooooooeiDoooooeoftcooceoceaiaoeeioocooooeooooeoooeo
the Cbipley High School. ,
yesterday for another sojourn at get them, so, up to the prest the

Chipley. Judge- Roe 'spent- last identity of the thief is unknown.

.. winter here. Corer Jack.. ,
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Attorney J. R. Wells of Panama One of the pretties home wed-'

i City, spent Tuesday night ding to occur this season, took r-

I, here, going out Wednesday 'to place Saturday afternoon at tour.
Vernon, accompanied by attorney -, o'clock at the home of.the bride's :-:

I J. M. Sapp. mother, Mrs. S. E. Collier, when

W. H. Faulk came, over from Miss Annie Collier was united' in F arming;

) his still at Clarksville, and spent marriage to Mr. W.J.Jack.. The !

several days last week. On his parlors were tastefully decorated .. ,4'1;, ,t...
"t. .. 'return this week he carried his for the occasion; Mrs. .J, D. -" ;. :,;

1 Y family with him. Campbell played the wedding I
march; Miss Maggie Daniel and
!. Miss Mamie Tharp)left Friday Mr. Rand were attendants, and Operations 11
for Atlanta where she will
f spend
Rev. Clyde Johnson of the :Presbyterian -
two weeks after which she will ,
church read the marriage ,"
to Headland Ala. to :
go assume t
service and spoke the 'words, .
j I her position as trimmer:for a millinery which made them wan and wife. : ', ..
establishment. 33 3..EEEE: : : :
I Miss Collier is one of Cbipley'spopular .::
i I Prot. A. C. Palmer: left today young ladies, and Mr ,:':. .
for.Troy, Ala., to see his wife Jack is a. popular traveling man. .
Plows Plow Gear.
.... whom,be .has not seen in sixteen They left on the 5:32. tram for calls) 'fo'f' Hames. ..Traces, Bolts, Clevises!
'i',: months, she having been in faraway a short visit in Pensacola' ; later and'all. other things,of the kind.. *- ,".t 3"

Michigan, nursing an inva- they will to Tampa for weekor .... tj,
go a You will find .
our stock :
.. and'prices :
lid mother for that length of time. two;after: which they will return f' \ right. ;t; :"
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.. to Chipley to make their -,',
Misses Lou and Lizzie Rich- ;f ."',,.. -
ardson left'Tuesday'morning for home. ., '
Page Steel
Wire Fencing; is one of our
New Orleans where they will We join their many friends in ._ specialties vtr
,,- spend two weeks selecting their congratulations and wish for 'We. :have, all widths. See us before buying. Jv;,,f
spring them: much joy in life together. ,
stock of millinery and getting .. .
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tne latest ideas in hat trim- "
_ I merchants' '. ,. ,.'.."
There few !
:ming. are a in : ;
Chipley who do not,invite Banner .; : <' :': ," -i' Dunn-Coleman Co. .*:' "

Dunn-Coleman Co.. are selling readers to call on them Thereare -' .I' :
.- stacks of Hardware. Why? be- others who do, and at their ; : A. 6. McQUAGGE, General ,

.,::/.' '., 'our-/ good. "are goods of best. places you. are, 'sure.... .\ ofa, .. heartywelcome. .; Manager.

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