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The Chipley banner
Place of Publication:
Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
March 2, 1911


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Chipley
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“The town that was built on a railroad,” Chipley is the seat of Washington County, located inland in Florida’s Panhandle, just south of the Alabama state line. First known as Orange, this small West Florida community was founded in 1882 in anticipation of the arrival of a railroad that would connect the farming area with markets in Pensacola and Tallahassee and in neighboring Alabama and Georgia. Shortly after the line was completed, Orange was renamed Chipley in honor of William D. Chipley, vice-president of the Pensacola and Atlantic Railroad, a notable figure in the political and economic history of the area and an aggressive lobbyist for railroad land grants. The town’s first newspaper, the Intelligencer, edited by J.C. Langley, also began in 1882. The Intelligencer was renamed the Chipley Banner in 1893 and published under this name until 1943, when it merged with the Washington County News.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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The conviction is. growing in the opportunities for log-rolling It feeds and clothes th. 'world. Tuesday, Thursday and Sat- .

Democratic circles that the sensible which the trusts desire and which When the world wants good urday of each week is griding
INSURANCE; ought in common sense to be days at the Chipley Grist Mill.
7 method of tariff revision is cows, horses sheep, bogs and
the plan of taking up the tariff avoided. Schedule by schedule hens, it sends out to the farm: M. MORRIS, Prop.
revision and session of .. .
:> F. B. CALLAWAY, Ayent.I schedule by schedule rather than an extra and gets them.. T
to undertake the work Ct will certainfy be to interest -
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attempting to 'take it all .in one When It wants good :things to
... am:'pleased to tell the people of, bite. The woolen schedule, the I are the beacon lights of an honest eat it writes a letter to the farm- to F. B. Callaway bef rearranging

.i 1 lumber schedule and the other tariff and Democratic victory ers and is never disappointed in for'you r fertilizers.

Cook. schedules bearing' directly upon in 1912. getting just what it orders. Dunn-Coleman Co. will sell you

I represent.only the very beat com necessaries of life would, under NOTICE-Have your picture .When it wants the choicest of more goods for same money or

panic*-those time tried and fire 'test this plan, be'among the first Dade at the Tourists Photo tent fruit, our farmers have it. If not same,goods for less money.

ed. If you are not insured,I would be Jo. receive attention. The lopping next to First Nat.Bank Chipley, in one section we send to another -
glad to write you a policy. off of exorbitant tariff dutiesin Fla. for it. DR. T. G. YATES .
The value of insurance cannot be ,
each'of'these schedules would It supplies homes to the home-
: rated. Ask a man who owns a policy Tobacco & Stiff at Schell'sF. With TWENTY YEARS'
afford immediate relieg to the less thousands.
If he will sell itl The'""savings ot a EXPERIENCE as an -
lifetime may be wiped out in a few masses who suffer from the ra- B. Caliawav sells strictly When the world wants heroes
r minutes. Not .o, if you are insured. pacity. of greedy trusts: withoutin high grade fertilizers. and heroines, men and women. to EYE SPECIALIST
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':: place your insurance.with me. conditions. The reduction of Good Cigars at Schell's !called on to furnish them. ,Dr. Wilson's Office.
". sells When nations go to war, farm- IN- CHIPLBV,
other duties to a revenue basis Djinn-Coleman Co.. the ers do the fighting and other people
F. B Callaway From ELEVEN to SIX oV
could follow more leisurely,, and wire fence. ,See them. get the glory. '
with ample time for full consideration The world gets its best from First Tuesday In Each Month.
Insurance Agent.Send Sf each schedule\ An FARMERS if you want the the farm, and plenty left qp- Examination FREE.
omnibus tariff bin,. 'with every BEST fertilizers, see 'F. B. Calla let us be thankful and renew our Pensacola Ho
My office la Room 410
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If you are not a customer'of ours you are specially invited We sell the very bestand, freshest Fancy and Staple Groceries

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I ilil'! stock, can suit you.'. And one of our bobbles". !: .is"Shoes. In this us-up through 'phone No. 19, say what you want and. we'll do:, ,IiW'

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PUBLISHED JV"B.''I I IItS1T ., -.,, "(5ood Roads' a a subi t, is 1 1e :

AtWAL.TBR Ctrl Ie Ir Fja, i 'getting to be rather tire, me,
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W. dON sa. Bdltot er took hold and made the roads,
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Entered at tile pwtoffic at Chipley.Fla., sssecond or forced them to be made. t n feed > ,

claM mall matter.SUBSCBlETIOtt. I -:- T Good roads are just as necessary -, .: ':.:.: : < :t :' u Y : .

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rateer..mle l ,,on application.' I' ,I. while ,bey cost money to the farmer Iv ; io:1r'For: ,. :> ; .t'1: ., ,;};"
and lots of it. the Cow i:;. yO : ,t'Jr'"V'.
Communlcatlom on live topic espe .,, ,. II ...':'//ati;: ,.s' -
daily of local Interest, are solicited. U. If the people who live on farms .,'- 1 7'.,. o Tl I j.,1i;"' '.0,
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opinions expressed by1correspgndfots. consider the amount of profit Eoivthe Chickens.T'. < :: 2' ;' 1.:;{ .: '

TTE BANNER wants a live representatlve that bad roads are taking from ... \ ,' .''r", .. "'
and correspondent at postotnce .\ '\<'I I. >\J. ,." ,
every .Iol!; "!( ,
In the county, and will.make; liberal: 1 ;arranKQments them, all. the time there would be ;.: i." .t'', ."" '' ,'Y,..vWfc -.
with the rUrt par lei. instant But this loss } 'w. '"
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THURSDAY.. M.rch :3,1911. comes shape If'c .t, "';: ,II. ..:> "
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The State spelling contest' is roads are only talked injtheuture. 1>'' ALWAYS.' ON HAND)!!:" ,/ ,,) t;:'"

considerable interest. about as something to come wf. ,
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St. Louis is modest. She only : }" fltt", / : ",
wants all the national,conventions in some make good Get Our rlces1, :' :;//Io.,Y:::' 'f
next roads, it is more costly to have '. \ ,: : "

year. I .. : poor: ones.. T q fuaolwbo, has a '

The Pensacola Journal ,advocates farm and who can use his road : .
all realizes a & Dekle Lo:
the;death1 penalty forbiir&r- under)and conditions. + Campbell :

lars who enter homes during the the profits from his farm, ',while, ,

night hours,,and Who)are .always. the pne witlthebadl, road has to
work harder to uake both: ends
murder who
prepared to those
oppose>iil them. .* fneetj aqdjBonie.times'' ; : the ;waste ..
caused by the roadway makes it

The Interstate Cbmmerce Cons Impossible. for.them to. come any- ---..- -
mission in sweeping decision where near each other.It .
rendered last week,4enied<< is just as wasteful to have a I Everybody says that Dunn- 8 a2F"Wash4ay > >

right of the,railroads: ip I.t he east road\and keep it in bad conditionas Coleman Co. are t' fc first People

and the pudJnto effect itJs to have machinery and let I I to offer the farmers tbe"' best "

the recently announced raise in the weather rack to quality in hard wars.aUthe rjghl Goods.

'., freight rates, and ordered..the old pieces. ;' i prices, ,and they are entitled to ,
.: rates restored. 'As.a.matter of fact, it would' I,your business. See them.
When things are put through the
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pay if theywere to '
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ButteTBOc ib.:at Schell's can ten what they
........ .:..:-/ Capt. W. Hillan,pf _Live Oak, useall their:income; for a year,,or, you are.
.. ,J. two in building good roads. The My Goods has Stood the Test4or 27 Years.
.,--r # ": ", has contributed?: to be.awarded Another car load ,of that l cele-

.. .as prizes 'in the State spelling, savings in future years would brated Page steel wire fencing l.keep.:1p: with the new thingst;uad '; ? 9 ...

contest, which is,totakeplace ,atTallahassee the more road than cost.make,Even up the the ancients amount just,received; its? the best, Dunn I.bold} fast to the good old,ones. -; r''. /: ,, $
April 27th be
on to Coleman Co.Master's.
When need'"t'vvash'.Qay"lgpgdIiceep
knew this,if or their expensivelybuilt you
divided as tojlovys: $100 ,to best roads constructed centuries them

speller; $50 to second best speller :, ago,are,today in,better condition Sale. i <

,' ; $25 to.third best speller. than the majority of the roads. in Under and by;vlrtue of a decree of fore. for you. _
I .. the United States today.: cloaure.for V035.75. for principal and In-1 4y vStockof.Hardware,
time tprest and also the sum of tss.00 for attor
It is this
to wake on' '
Congressman Hobson, he of up ney's: fees Issued out of the Circuit Courtof'Washlngt.on Kanges,'>Stovesi Sash:aod
road question. It will have to county, Florida on the
"Merimac. fame, ia again ;"seeing come to it some time; and the 24th day or-February' 1911, Jn a cause Doors, Coffins and Caskets -
wherein' tiessoms* .Grocery':Company' a
things." This time be predictsthat ,presentis the occasion. corporation organized: and existing under ,, Qunsirand inuu1n1-
Uncle Sam,.will .be.involvedin .. the law of Alabama Arxlalusla and the First National '
Bank of,
a corporation 'tion,"Dynamite- Crockery
war with Japan in less, than Pleasant Occasion With Sonthpor, School organized under the laws of the United
/States wlthlta principal office In Anda Enamel
ten months. coursxthis prediction (Bf a Little Girl)) lusia state of Alabama, were complain ii 1sfGlassware, ware
ants and T.Li Davis and E. J. DavIa '
was ,made with the view Mr. Editor. were d etendLht., I,as Special Master-- appointed :Sewing Macbinesr'Paints,

inducing our Uncle to invest I will write a small item about and HeJI In at said publics decree'outcry will to offer the''for highestand sale' Oil, Jap-a-Lac, Farrainjr

more of the 'people's money in our bier,school at Southoort. best cash! bidder before the court Utensils; .,1iftlice Frames _
house aoor in Vernon, vt asningion county -
war ships. We have a good school..and our Florida, within the legal: hours of salenuMonday.the (made :orderandto .
... kind (Third of, ,April, 1911
.1 teachers are both good and
; the following described land situated In Last.but
not least
'rAfter hearing'Gen. Wood us and be sure that Wl\shlnttton I county Florida, to-wlt: '
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'East half of North-east quaver of Sec Fishing Tackle '
House committee added to ,the we appreciate their kindnessvery tion twento-two (22)) Township. three ((3)) 'that's'tit, for ffshina.U"Xwill .
North of Range thirteen west.
I Sundry Civil bill an, appropriation I nquch. Purchaser to pay for deeds.A .be. pleased to serve you.
I of $3,000,000 for beginning They-gave us a stroll in the :,'D.'CARMICHAEI, .
fortification of the Panama caual. woods a few'days ago, which we

,- To appropriate that amount to enjoyed very much. We went upa -R.F. R.C.UORN.Palmer' : : :/ ,

.', commence fortification of the Canal creek and 'gathered many beautiful : .. -.

is.only to start ,an .expensivework. flowers and, saw the*.lonely t 'Notarypublic. .
Neutralization would not water running down hill and 85
01Y8ave money' but save cause wearing its banks away as it Real Estate Handled.

for dangerous friction with other went. Then went up a hill and

counties. one,of the boys stepped ,up .on .a a Collections oJ a specialty.. College: ;:

; '1, ." i. .. 1. "' '" log andscareda: ; rabbit out' from" I, | j Office, firs? -atttoim'il 1 Bank! t .. *

OILfcTOWN.Large under it, and they were silly" DeFjiniak :Springs, .Fla.A .
enough to think they could catch J"J -
attendance. lurch bim-but'he'was swifter 'n"the .D"-, .._ _,, .. Christian school. for boys and glrla.: Attendance larger than..*Ter
-before.Strong '
of teachers. byild.
Sunday.Miss Large and-well equipped school <
boys were, so,they, ; ,# eliza Payne is visiting her easier to catch flowers than rab! .Ii. fIll PLEY FLA.G. Gyrana.lum;SCennU, and other out door exercises.: ....

sister, Mrs. E. H. Brock this bits.i
I Spring Term Rc insF.eb",2nd.
: ,week. I am a little girl in the li/tb 9A I (j M Quagge
splendid time for pupils to enter. Will be aJudtted to CIW
grade, but expect ,to ,be larger: ,
Little Miss Alma Lock of Mos- ,e. for which 1 eyareprepared.,, By enterlntfnow time will be sared In
some day then I can-write' a longer Notary Public .education.\ We *
IIeadd1t here would
sy spending some J t call special attention ,to the.fact that classes taqght.
I : time with' her grand-parents, ,J.. and'better, .letter-to the Ban- State at Large. by the regular T Academy faculty are being started to accommodate 7th and

M. Stewart and wife. ner. Papa; takes the Chipley 8th grade students, thus by this special attention entering now they ;couldbe

banner and we are always glad to prepared for the academy next year. I
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Charley Enfinger made busi-, ,get it. DR. TILLER For Jurthei*information and catalogue, ,address ,

ness trip'to_ Napier's still-Satur-f Hoping this will be enjoyed by --- j DENTAL SURGEON, Rev. Lynn Walker, Present

::.. day.Er \ ',,iOme4c-fthe little ,readersof>j ;thq' Chip I ey,. i j. Florida Prof. 0. ,JO.,.Rster, Principal.,
H. and C. B. Brock spent a Banner, I am, Office .
over First Nat'lBank.. t'.
"'. few hoursat Chipley\ Saturday. Yours truly, J 1 \

Miss Addie Brock of SALLIE G INER. ; & HBBBBBBH WiBslsMs s s B p
Orange, CORK $cRAB":

,. .', Hill visited' her grand mother NOTE-We publish the above nttorney.j t Law. SA V H'EA' [)' INN:
; ." bere last Sunday. by little Miss Sallie Gainer, with 490ffk.|v.Chiplty Slate faik. : ,
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'* J F. entertained quite pleasure; the 'letter is neatly ,E. ,M. NEWMAN. Proprietor. ,
Payne I
< Careful attention given all
J!{ tin\ crowd of young; people at Rev. written, well puctuated, and 'toms cure. C911 tlol1a mod., Bay Head Plo-rl.da. ;.
shows careful trainings WVwish. .JPUt f It I lniq .ateete4 In1aurancelpgna.I 'r
'.f:,';;\':E. D. Kelson's Friday night with I' ;JII ., .. i Mecca of
k=; more of the little"folds 'Jouldwrite to the Tourist, Angler Sportsmafg
i jjjbis:graphophone:
1 ',"....,." .. letters for the Banner; will .A .D. QAlUML ,..."...e.......,II., .,??.?.? ('ll| ,
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":': :.','jir Call< around and see our line of gladly publish. them.EDITOR.Get 11 Attorney at LJIW.Coll Rates Per Day {f Newley Furnished | Find Boating' *:

'.; ,:.'tin"proved and labor saving farm your farm machinery trom ..... etlons a Specialty. $1.00 and $1.50 ( Good. Table. } and Batbingj

machinery.y.--Dunn-Coleman; Co, Dunn-Doleman Co. Chipley: Fla .
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This was a tarpau For His Sake
M. E.Church, South. toot long: and nix Inchon Insurance OOD1.pany, I
Ut and Brd Sunday at 11 :: waterproof material
R. O. Williams, Pastor. of oilcloth and thick i *
' "My husband begged me -of- I i i ii
,;"I,I Sabbath School 10 a. i i i
this was placed the flint "
Jl to take Cardui writes Mat-
Superintendent. It
"a Meeting for kindling fire and < Marianna Florida.
, "t, Prayer tie L Bishop of Waverly A *
.d Young Men's prayer then securely fastened
Va. "and for his sake I
I r nights. Everybody and tied to keep Its a- \ i Invite your attention tolls ;New Line Policies 'as ellibodY"t'l': ehiuidI : -
greed to try it. Before I had
t Baptist Church" It mate was to the look special after duty the taken 1 bottle I felt better. I mum of practical protection-at the! lowest practical 'price. -A'retaisidrtraSlT:

I and sabbath 4th Sunday.School 10 Rev.a. case of shipwreck to at "Before taking Cardui I I. > cheap contract but' aafg and conservative and backed by home capital.

' Superlnteneent. to his person by means suffered miserably every W. H.. MILTON Prayer Meeting provided for the pur- month and had to go to .
'. officers and creW were bed until It wore off, but Directors: Jt JB"&: :0 Brookai mon,".,,.John M. Mlen II''HL.wiii:;,Jy MLtNon. UL.BaI...... j

,. ,: Poatofilce some deserted shore in now I am all ..right"BSO .. OCCCOOCCCGDOOOCOCOOOCCOOOOCCOOCOOOCOHOOM..OD. ., t I

Officehours7:30a. m. ; circle the means of
'.,: cept Sundays. to warm themselves by : ,; :

',. Eastbound mall and drink would not If It Is Machinery want we.have iti: Wrte|
U .. West-bound mall : : long as the precious fire I koCARDUI you ,

4 Mall from Vernon I us for catalogue, prices and terms.
and leaves on arrival of and sealers of the
/ mall. fire stowed i ifft-MALSBY: 'COMPANY;
!' carry a bag !
Sunday hours:
with the bread and wu- The Woman's Tonic
I .' : office" Money is open Orders, except Issued It Is of rubber and con 41 South Forsylh St.: ATIANTA,11GA.

y. .T + ( tin boxes of matches. You know Cardul will ,, ,
help because it We sell the,following well-known goo 'I ,. you, has, Hench &: Dromgold.Oelser" 'Peerless," and Smith, Myers d Schaley Saw
oar helped others' who were Mills in all sizes and capacities; Erie City, Oeltet'Hl"H1fess.!! a nd Htoutton,
the Clever
I BANNEB and Forger. I in the same fix as you,, Stan wood & Gamble En nes and Boilers in air sizes;Challoneri and'Perklns
;/ Journal, per year 11.75. petitions against the It is not only a medicine Shingle Machinery; Band Saws Edgers, Grist MUls/vpeerlcsa :Th esheri,
t, ; being enforced one re l Planers Steam Feeds and various other Machinery and MW Supplies.
iiBANNKB and Thrice for sick women, but ;
.. ; century case of I We can furnish thebest'Machinery'
orld, per year, $1.65. tonic for weak you
a women
who was sentenced '' '' We have, branch house..
save you'money. no ,.
//BANNEBand Seml-
.I I Being made from mild
bill for 7.114 on the :'
n a.nd Citizen per year The forgery; was I gentle, vegetable ingredients !

BANNER and Home No less than, thirty it is perfectly harm--
11.85/ : Imitated. .|$:?x' the less and has no badaftereffe UNIVERSITY ,OF FLORIDA, Florida State College PorWomenTALLAHASSEE

of the victims-cOul4 1s. GAINESVILLE .

General signature was not; his Car 'be relied > Superior!But Inexpensive' Inttttutiort. if or Jt.CoHea of Art and Science, Normal'BchaU.
with the help pf: the Florida Yonn,.Men. School of Music. School ot Art. School o< Jr.&pr-.

FATE. OFFI, : Ryland's guilt upTorytl'I d ., : Four college, agricultural experiment''.tatlon: Ion School.t clan ol Home equipment Bconomica.tFlr 'tbfoufhoot.roe. TIIIU, .
Governor-Alber W. home. Then came the UnlvetBity extension.: .44 prot and awlitfcnt Other low. FW 4aht.atte. ..
; I At all 'r *.' 80 per cent Increase In attendance last expeiuMS TOT ".
Secretary of State-H; : friends. So clever a year. Attractive'fobildinra and oampuoJ J.I'orcataloll'ue address
addreM MURPHREE. Prcaldtlt. CONtA'L
General- ; to be hanged, they
Attorney craftsmanship should II .

Com. Agriculture gained him a respite. MAcHINI3: ::CO. I
Trell.8llrer-Wm V.' to finish a fine ,en .
Supt. Public begun, hjit nothing Mlklng' the Klnfl'i Bed. 43. B. Day Stroot.JACKSONVILLBP" .
, tbe Among the duties, of the yeomen of
: way. j I ,: ; III.engravi, that king'.quite the guard In 'the olden times watt"the L.ORIDA.

Comptroller-A. 01; singular of making the'klnr'ii; bed
how a forgery; could be ODe Everything for the\'IawJ.'mIn4Dd
Supreme Court-Thos. ground that It was a every olghjt; and searching' it for:'any

Chief Justice: M. H. -Pall Mall Gazette.' dangerous weapon, that might be '''con plaining mill..'. -Weare.oow>.*.Ulnc'
Railroad cealed therein to the !Qetrlment :'of".his,
the well known Ifacbtn:
Chairman; R. C. Dunn majesty's sacred person First' one of i
,',,', Judge first judicial A MDKDKBEK.: these, stawart( sot lers bad "to ''tum- ery direct to,the.uaer,.,wbichtiaeana
"' Wolfe, Pensacola. murderer Is appendicitis. ble up and dOwt '* the mattress..' Then
but' Dr. King's New "the .esquire for the body" tbok the' a saving to our customer

State Sollcltjr first by prevention They gently sheets 'and foiled them, on his arm or i3 Large atock-tvKaaylTenna.,
Walter :Kehoe. liver and bowel, ''pre "stripped" them through his hands.
_-- that invites. append!* Whenever the .yeomen touched the bedclothes Send for Catalog and Prlcea.

-v U. H. LAND ; ', headache. ,' bfl- they bad to, make the, sign of

; ,,11; 8. Chubb, Register 25o at 8 E McOeaehy's.. the cross and kiss the place, which
must, have .rather prolonged; the ,cere '
. '
::; Shields Warren, Physicians Advisethe
: :
mony! Finally, when the bed ,bad
-- -
and Water Cur. bPOn"' 'trade, with much quaint but Interminable .,
use of a goodltucattve to keep: ,the'bowels open and 'prevent the poisons' 6MAfpsUd
.' WASHINGTON. in the Himalayas must "ritual" the'sald esquire food from gettlnginto>your system. .
J "" Circuit Clerk-W. C. surprises. Two'days sprinkled It with holy water, and:then The latest product ot science VELVO Laxative Liver,Syrupy ixmryvegetabte, platte,
County JudRe--I. A. Fla."P] (|' ; :. ; Q.: ,Bruce had reach- the martial bedmakers retired to a reliable and ,ofa pleasant, aromatic,taste. Velvo acts-on',the ltelas weD a* on the
Sheriff-C. Q. Allen, a message from supper provided for them "without thetraverse' stomach and bowels" and.Is of the-greatest bleietficacy4ltctoattlpoloulcd! I Uoo.

Treasurer(. B. saying that 'ever since <*<-1. e., ncross/ the corridor.: biliousness sick headache 4 mtom -,* feverishness Mena e M CoUc. atuJence, etc. Try ,VP ac
Tax A8898sor-jrj. him on the day of his Henry VIII. greatly embellished the c lit 'il

'rax Collector-W. B. : been ill. "I was very yeomen's costume and presented: them 'LAXATIVE I
a Supt. Public / ," says Major Bruce with cloth of gold horse cloths valued'
Wausau. In'"the Himalayas." at Eli: a yard. Ills first queen. Kath-, YE*I "J Atrr

'. Supervisor of / .of a short but inter erlne of Aragon/.by the way, bad' a. gr
> Gainer, Econflna. no such snub had ever bodyguard all to> herself which, after r :

-- Countv Solicitor A. to'my self respect. her divorce, passed Into4 the service of I LIVER f SYfillP
Chipley.' I I do anything? She Anne Boleyn.-Richard Davey's "The 4'1 t.
e your face and let me Tower of London."' .
County Surveyor- '
So we got hot water
4 she eat OD a rock to'see : ,
Commissioners Medicines that aids nature are always
County The
\- J. M. Simmons, I nQ the* decoction was i most 'successful, Chamberlain's Cough Here' Good for
Remedy nets on thla plan. It loanns the &'a Slogan
,. : > S. W. Bush, Chipley. a long tumbler, and she
cough, relieves fha.'lungs, opens the secretion .
B. F. Evana, Vernon.J. '
drank It alit What .Is '
; !
aids In the
and nature restoring eys-
'I\ .- J..T.H.High Porter tower, >> ;' she sent word that lenf to a healthy condition.. Bold by City a', Bigger' and ,!iBetter, ,Business: ;

drug,!Store: and S Jfi Slpdeacby."
.School Board
". G. B. Bush,: ; ; X Ray. .........1.............. f its

: ':, .. S. J. Gainer. St. called was discover tAJ
Before' DON'T BLOCK1'THEi!, WAY: J
i' ', ,W. F. Russ, Vernon. by Pr/2essor W. O. Four Hundred Years P.ary.
professCr was experi The north pole Is the place of great- ; :Lf
eat dignity In the world and the people -
,";>. '-_'.'. '" ... 'CHIPLEY CITY Crookes vacuum tube who dwelt near' It "have a won Move as fast as the procession-or.move out. ** and enveloped In
U. U. Wells.
...., '\: < derful excellency and an exceeding for.'thema1t'
I of the in or make'way
Marshal-n. M. when he noticed that pace company you'are
,1'- prerogative above all nations of the (Ie
proceeding from"tbe
;, Clerk and Treasurer- earth. How blessed we may think behind. -.x

...,.. Council-A.' D. ( ; the black paper this i nation to be for they are In perpetual' ,1.
.. fluorescent some
C. ; screen and neyer' know what
': W ODBunJ.ILMcCeft ; : 'yards away. In such to darkness light meaneth, by the benefit of Don't stand in the way of new.ideas. ., Don.pause n.thi.}
discovery come
-- was least expecting; lt twilight and full moons as the learned path of'bettersystem.' Don't settle 'down 'on- the' ladder* of ., In astronomy do very well know
i ;
: which people, .If they have the notice success. Don't be a,barnacle on the ship of pregress. ,

: The= of every ten cases ofrheu of their eternity by the comfortable nl3
'rheumatlt of the mu.. light of the gospel, then are they vancetnerff
; Change means progress. Progress means
, damp or ,chronic rheu blessed and all of nations most blessed..
,,:i of.which .require' any In Why then do we neglect the search of

1(1' ." All thai Is needed to af this excellent discovery against which Advancement: meads movement. MovEI: !
'. Chipley, free application of Cham there can b, nothing said to binder the "
.J Give It a trial. You same-tFronr Hakluyt'n Voyage (SU-: -
'::1 '' ,... ", Stands for the i pleased* with the teenth Century)). DON'T BLOCK THR WAYI ::

Sold by City Drug ''10

Exaggerated t El o.
.; Chipley, ; One of the hardest things in this .
world for the sixteen candle kind of

l' : Washington Names. man to dois, to keep from mistaking.himself ,, City
..1; ; experienced the diffi for 'a lighthouse.-Galveston ,
tn.. m the commonness of News. -
: ? a district more intense- to-write oonUdentlal letter before_p- Barber
,. ,: plying for patent it may be worth money..
:, With .whole coun Passion I We promptly obtain U. A.ADd ForeignPATENTS
i by Campbells, Fra- ''Mrs Bacottr-Did'you:,say,your bus-
: :;'Subscription. : $1 I; \ 8,' some more distin band'' bas-a,.passion for music? Mrs. Shop.,

bad to be Egberfc-Yefl. Every lfmf' losing hefiles' and TRADE.f'IARKS or .etUlP'EN- .
.' ....
; ,'
: this the one-Yonkere StatesmanATTAC1f9'8CI1U011 TIRE mtorney'a 'SO nd model, iketch
:.'.:.;: ;.. "" doubt was Into or plioto und we send aD IMMEDIA"fS 'No'
: >" : ''V'*& at one time men P'RER on pawllf. Iflv Waiting.
.' v....,, We make a Specialty of. of ., c lb. beet teega service and adaw, wd our
... "" by the name FH1NO1PAL.A cbarg are moderate. _'
: ..':, V- *. farm.Dean Ramsay .' Try 3: Barbers
,!,i,:, :,. ." Neat, old cowherd who was severe attack hu.ohoo( principal CoasB. SWIFT & 'CO.,, "
Allen ol fiylvanla,"Oa-1s; 'thus told ,by ,PatontOpp4 Lawyer.
: '.:. "f 1 as Boggy. His real EYerltbl Up-to.. tow.
: j Artistic :Anderson but be bad him. "For more than three years I suffer U.S.Patent Offlc,Wathlnat, D.C.: ,
: @d indescribable torture from rheumatism .
f wretched farm called Shave .. 1Sc.Haircutting .
.",' 't' "C. : | ; he.wa. Boggy: to the liver and stomach trouble and diseased kid. .....':. :25c.. '
;....o;. .,.:f. ,, neys. Alt remedies ailed until I used Elec- REST AND HEALTH TO MOTU AID MILD. Shampoo, ...........".'.' '2Sc.
trlu.Bltt.ra.Jlonr{ bottles of this wonderul'remedy'cored" M...Wm.toW. SOOTHIHO 8T n. hi*'been Massage r'.. ......,.V :2&e..
.' ,"J.1IK..1/1t,<:" need for over SIXTY YBAK8 by MILLIONS of Hair
; .... Joke. mot completely.4 Such MOTHERS for their CHItfiRBNWKliB '
: : results are common. Thousand bless them TEKTHINO, with- rHUFECT 8uccss. U -
j' OOhe B account Is overdrawn SOOTHES the CHILD BOPTBN8 the OUMa Solicit Vour.Patro '.
1 to send a. number of or curing ttomatsh trouble female,, com. ALLAYS PAINT| DUES WIND COLIC, and Hfe.
.'," ,7E;,.iC-/.' ." plaints,,kidney disorders.bllllpuuppse' and .... the beat! remedy lo* WARRHCBA4 Itti aloltttely >
b4 ," : harmleci. Be sure mad aatL for "Mrs. Very,Respectfully
)': *t? ; funny!"-New ,York for health amrVlfcOf; Try them; Only OOo Wla.tow' Soothing errnp. and Uk no other
: / .. .-/Chiple/: kind Twenty-five cent a bottle. W. D.
: Peter
at 8 K ilcGencby. Propr.
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. Aire'Vou Queen Elizabeth and Hr Portraits. Strain too Great. ) oo. ;*oooe ox

\j' ,I The modern grievance of. tbe Illustrious 1

against the photographer. of Hundreds of, Chipley' leaders r
f Like This ? the halfpenny paper has a parallel as
of. Find Daily Toil a Burden.The .
\ far back as the early part Queen
: Tired all the time, nqt much Elizabeth's reign when her minister. hustle and worry of businessmen JOB

f i: .good for anything, hardly able to Cecil Issued a proclamation againstthe ,

? .;: drag around, just all run down. circulation of ill favored likenesses The hard work and stooping1' of : l :,
. of her majesty. It stated that, as her workmen, ,
If you are, we guarantee our VI- .
majesty bad perceived "a great num- ,
; NOL will help you. It has helped ber of her loving subjects to be much The woman's household cares .. o \
; around here who Are too great a strain on the kidneys PRINTIN
; people were
many grieved with, the errors and deformi
;,. in this condition. ties" displayed !In many popular portraits Backache, headache sideache, \ : \;
:. ). Now look here, just try one hot of herself, she bad been pleased -, Kidney troubles, urinary troubles ". .. .

u.le"'of'. VINOL, and if you are not "being herein, as It were overcome follow. I
; $ satisfied that it did you good, comeback with the continual requests of so Read the following and learn tbe __ I. I \
many of her and lords td .
' nobility Cure -. .
, It will ,
", get your money. : '. .
t: .. iy; *j.g returned without That command that some cunning person Walter Rawls, Fayette St. Marl an- ',
should shortly make.a portrait jot her Creates' good impresstoiii -
anna, Fla., says: "I suffered from .a .. '
J Vfairjn-opositlon and shows our person or visage to be participated to v' '" ,. ,:.,,!I: .
.1, ':'JalJli in VJN0L, and that we do others for the comfort of her"loving kidney' trouble for scene time. My .' .. among your cor. :. !. if\,01; '.,
fr. "not want unless work requlres me to be on my feet the .
your money you receive ;- subjects i' ", \ :i'.. .
benefit. greater part of the time and on accountof .. ; .<
j : respondents and helps; tj\\ : t
a weak back, I was In I ,
When, Tolstoy TrUd te Fly. misery.
I We what,we are talking : > '.
i about 'because cnarnC we:' have sold VI- From earliest childhood Tolstoy. was had often heard of Dean's Kidney Pills to give your business' ,!\.= "

and have how remarkably .observant: of tbe things and finally procured a box. They <.,:: \,
f to'y'epra, seen /
that were going on In the world around! soon proved their worth by giving me prestige.
much it has done
I good among our him. Thus while still U) his teens relief Dean's Kidney Pills have my .
t "customers.jj. we find him taking, an interest In tile highest endorsement." -

f : ; .: VliyOL, Is not .a patent, secretnostrum art of flying that was too practical to ,. .-
:< 0> ,
*.but an honest,tried and suit his devoted mother. With .characteristic For sale by all dealers Price 50 '. "

F ; ,.< :; f *;t6rof :world-wide fame, delicious design of his own and with equally New York, sole agents for the United We' Do Neat Printing "
.v acid n' characteristic courage proceeded to States.. !
! j J easy to take. Come in today .ee{ .
put It to an Immediate test from a Remember the! )1ameDoao'aandtake
; '1ancjtatt your cure at once., You :.
, second story window. But the boy,
*""take no risE k,' who was afterward to find food for no other. Prices..:, '' .

thought for the whole civilized world* -
1o.; S. l\; ))1cGeachyturuggiat; was not destined to. make his markas The Tea Chewers __ .- .

,,' .-;.,.... '. Chiolev... Fla."i an Infant aeroplanist lie fell Instantly HObewlnJr tea comes from Slam.saida .' .. V't ; .,

,,*"*.<. to the ground and.. though. by traveler- "They call It mleng. It Is ": .' .. .- :'. "" t.
....' ,
great good fortune no bones were actually In a plug, like chewing tobacco and It .
;.--.... :.*. A Russian Railroad. broken the.concussion was cio. ball j .a villainous smell. This smell Is ." Give us"your next: order' I
f, .";4-Nlehoi88 I. of Russia bad quite an great that young Tolstoy .afterward due to the fermentation ,It bas under .

original: way of transacting business slept for sixteen hours on end. gone. Tbe tea that the Siamese em and we will give you perfect ".
He seat one tla> for' his engineers and ploy for chewing purposes Is a very

+"gave-themeight days,to bring him the Are you frequently bourse f Do you have coarse, rank plant. It Is gathered like satisfaction, thus '

t route.of.a,', railroad connect; St. Peter8burg" that annoying tickling in your throat ordinary tea. but the leaves after being
with Moscow. At the end of
Does yonr couich annov you at night, and compressed Into plugs are burled for making you one of'our
the allotted: time the .plan was pre.
do you raise mucus In the mornlngb Do fifteen days. They ferment during
pared. you want relief If so take Chamberlain's burial. On their resurrection they are regular customers. : a''
"What said he looking at It "what "
I .
Indeed. The Siamese
fragrant -
Cough; Remedy and you will be pleased. very very
: t is all this-these twists and turns, tbla boatmen chew tea. The rickshaw ., Y''
Bold by City Drup Store: a.nd.t y E JlcOeacby ,
You must have
serpentine track? '
I .. men chew it. The litterateurs chew It .- '
I : "
I misunderstood me. They say It makes them work better.
j .. ':Sire," said the spokesman, "we Tamed Him. This Is probably the truth for I chew- :

'have drafted the shortest route which "SUp -me a brace cackles," ordered ed a plug myself In Anam, and It exhilarated : : j ; '
I "" would embrace on the line the,leading<< the chesty looking young man witha me strangely. But the aftermath : :THiC: : ; .
" towns and villages.\ bored ; J/-.
\ air/as be perched on the first was' bad__ headache smarting ., : .,
""(live me the pencil and rule," be stool* In the lunch room. eyes; and nervous 4epre alon.lI-Washington ... p' said, and he struck a bee line from one "A what?" asked the waitress as she Post* '
city to another. "Here-you underetand''nieP placed a glass of water before him. < ;

"Adam and Eve flat on their backs! Death. CHIPLEY BANNEtt '

J ..'' "But, sire, you leave the large towns A pair of sunny aiders I" said ,the young ,Death, tbe dry 'pedant, 'spares neither I 1

entirely out'of sight! man In an exasperated tone. the rose nor the thistle, nor does r
"That Is thetr affalr. Let* them come "You got me, kid" returned the be forgot the solitary blade of grass In
within slghf" ./ ". : / waitress. "Watcha want?" the 'distant waste. He destroys thoroughly Chipley Fla. '

"'I-...,And .BO the. road was made as "Eggs up," said the young man. and unceasingly. Everywhere art

J straight. as an T. "Eggtbe' kind that'' come before we may see bow be crushes to dust ,
..w""h4 ,."' -- 1 the hen knew which.. .
or after I never plants and beasts, men and their boeooe'Ioeoo.o 1
.., utr .'I",.. t Considerate '
the -ftrst
didn't in
"Why you say so works. Even the Egyptian pyramids :
.<**tf The most considerate wife I ever I.
I placer asked the waitress."You'd that would seem to defy him. are trophies
: heard of," said the philosopher.'iwas 'a' had 'em by' this time." of his power, monuments of decay .

::* 'woman fa'\week'vrho:;or/usedTto so ahead date to all allow her bar letters man."-Well bf all things 1"' said the yOung graves of primeval tlngB.Betnrich ....................G0....

husband, ,: time to poet them." "I knew what he was drlvln' at all e

the time,'" began the waitress as the I DO YOU KNOW
home.SAY e
gsj lbamlierlglp'atitomacb and Liver Tabiluta young man departed. "But he's one. t

invariably) bring relief to women suf of them fellers that thinks they can Z $ ,
Merltsg froni.ebronio constipation, 'boadaobebUliouspess get by with anything.: Be don't know, That now is the time to build that home or business house "
you been considering The present business depression -
that they're using plain English now
dizziness,. sallowness. of the T1mee.- has reduced the price of lumber and building materials; labor
skjp god dyspepsia. Sold by City Drug In restaurants. -Kansas City is cheap and plentiful and you can build now for 25 to 50 per
I tore and 8 IS Mc eacby., "We will send the Banner free for cent less than inJUNE e .
Below the Average. 49 e
Apropos of loss of friends somebodywas the term of this school to 1907
OR JUNE 1908.
The. Kauri Gum Diggings. saying ,one day before Morgan, : ,1
Kauri gum, found( underground In the great calculator of lives, that they J..;I
To Every White Teacher When you think of lumber oribuildlng material, think of /
had us
amount friends
New Zealand and dug to the so many mentioning and the fact' that we have completed a modern mill. E' '.'
up-to-date di1.
J of-a'minion: nnd a half yearly* Is used the number. In a certain space of time ... work mil 1, and can furnish ever thin **_. .M __-_....J*. ,*_ i
y o used -
chiefly for furniture po shesand varnishes upon which Morgan coolly taking In Washington CountyWho a building from- ltOb: and tht;;can : ;; w :
"' and most of It Is exported to down a book from his office shelf and ,

America. The Industry of digging It looking into it, saId "So. you. ought sir. t DO IT QUICK. e t'I'
\ : "
Is unlike any other In the world. A and three more."-Thomas Moore will send us the news, of .
kauri forest Is a beautiful sight, but. .- Saab Mouidlnga Framing Dank :. t: ; ':

kauri gum country Is treeless, barren Chamberlain's !Stomach:! and Liver Tab their community each .wee'k, or Blinds Doors Base Casings, Ceiling FlooringDrug'' "Iiiii".T": ,'
Store' )0.'
'and desolate, even and swampy very lets are safe sure and reliable and have two weeks at least. Frames Finish '? Siding fht ures. ;
'often, with| singularly heavy, cloggy .
been praised by thousands of women who. .
soil/ out of which, the gum formed on have been restored to health through their write o' Estimates cheerfully furnished Freight paid'. to your station t. \
Correspondents if desired. .
kauri: pines of ancient and long van.tabed may on
gentle; aid and curative properties. Hold. I
forests Is dug or speared. There by City) Drug Store and S'K!: Mcgeacby. :
subject of
are whole stretches of this. treeless any general. interest.Our J; MARIANNA 'MANUFACTURING CO. :
.,' .>
'kanrl country with :nothing but a lit. -
tie scrub and fern growing on it. Someof Persistent. only.r.equest is,that they re- JVIARIAININA,' FLA. $

the gum diggers-abOut 3,000 In all "Our Tommy," said_ the boy's mother I <$>
rare Maoris, pleasant frain'from using the name of any I.QNG.DIBTANCB' .PHONES S3. :
friendly natives "ought to make a success In life.. :

number; some are are I almatlons.-Argonaut., British, nnd a certain to He anything shows great ho undertakes.determination" to. stick person in a'way.calculated to give '.......................o.e.

i "Does he?" queried the proud father." -- -
J Serious Intentions. "Yes," she replied. '"Why, he put X The New York World -
Nellie-Da n't Mr. Felewalley pro. In tile whole day making soap bubbles r > We promptly obtain. V.8, and Foreign

posed yet Nora-No, but be bas gone and trying to tie a string to them,"- Let Hear Thrlce-aweek Eedition.
as far as to ask what time Chicago News.
we have """* 'O'. *
breakfast and whether mother la a The Thrlca-a w World hopes to be

good cook.-Exchange. Translated.. Prom You. la 1008 a bet.ter'paper than It has ever

"What is this "wanderlust you read been before, and It has made Its arrange Send mode.!,'ko 1l
-. ::::7: Consolation. of so often. ns compelling people to ments accordingly. Its news service covers freerepon on IteotabHll7 cr photo, oik'stauontor
..... ./Mrs. Oramercy-My husband,! la anx, .leave home the entire globe and It reports. everything Pate t.and I HADE-MARKS> write

'!.ous to gel rid of, men Mrs. .Park- "I don't know," replied Mr. Cumrox; we, want the News lun",J>romp ly and accurately It ur-
Don't cry. dear, In that case he won'thaggle '.but, Judging from my observation of la the only paper dot a daily, which Is as HJfcgupposjte
over the alimony., -Smart. Seta: people who have It* wanderlust' Is good as a dally and which-will keep von
-...-' -- German for: 'creditors.' "-WashingtonStar. -- as completely Informed of what Is hap
Content can only be found In the 6O YEARS pening throughout the world. -
tranquillity of the ear. EXPERIENCE The Tbrlce-a week World Is fair In Its U. S. Patent OfficaJ

He Was Manager, political reports. You can get the truth D. C-

"What do'' youdo.. .for a living 'I from Its columns, whether you area .Republican

._. .A t-l!FJUttCE, i-%. NIGHT- ALARMs hose?" a or Democrat. and that Is what ...
the hoarse, cough of a.oblla sudnly.jBttaelted. "Ts de manager ob' a laundry," you-want.A CURTIS
by erou p: OftenTlt aroused "What's the name of this laundry speal&l feature of the Thrlce-a-weck L. ,JONES ,

1 wts'Chnmblln ot Manchester;O., fl.: .lr. "Eliza Ann.. Louisville Courier- TRADE. MAR". World has always been its serial fiction. ,

:::.., ?*r" their children. were subject to Journal. ____ .Co.'Rwrrs DcaiaN Ai:. the Itpnbllshes novels by the befit authors In Notary Public.Stats at Large.
croup. ri>8omeUraea In severe attacks,, he SUP' Anyone_ wrote we were afraid they would die, but HAS : Cjatoklr. _ln oor..4iiloa fr.e wh.cb.r MI. for 1.50 apiece and 'Its high standard In
hiT iitlnn MprabBblri>M nt Oonmiinla
sio'oe we proved what a certain remedy Or How .would 'you like to number your .Uan. .etrlotl.nlld."t... iW. HATOflOOJfoo._bjflL Pmtmte* this respect will be maintained' I the future All business entrusted to
nt fr OlitMt nirancr for rl. MtcnU.
Kings IN ew lflco.er11.. we bve no. felt.. friends by the millions as Buoklen's Arnica .iiU takn tbroaah MOOD tnjoTnMlve as in the past.
....,w ftGClH, wltb_fila......Ute The Tbrlce-a-week my care will have my.prompt
We rely on It for croup) and for coughs or halve does. Its astoundingcures In tbe regular/:
any throat or lung trouble." to do thousands past forty years made them. Its tbe best 'SeltHtllk Rm rka subscription price Is only' $1.00 per year attention Fees reasonable

ot. otbera. .,JBo may. you. Asthma, salve In the world Car sores ulcers, eczema, .A led ....'I,... J.I'INR eln. and this pays for 1M papers. We offer
lagrjp'.whooping(ou&h, heroor- boils CltllaUon of our. sm.nUa nernaL T.rm.I3. this unequalled newspaper and The Ban ,Can,be, ound at Post'Office,
har/eer : burns, scalds outs coro..ore eyes t tone .,eL sold bysll V '
r rb ge. fly before lu BOo and SI.00.' Trial Sprains, swellings,bruises, cold sores; has &Co l6tltres/aey,N wdvmi'U er together for one year for 'l.6&.Th :,' '*-.J: :* t > ** *.' : '', .

bottles tree, Sold by 8_E'MoOeaoby.: no'equal for.biles.>> : 25o at 8 IC McOeacby's. ,fit T lit.. .........-.. regular subscription. price of the two pa AVausau :Florida
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:"Eir i at ia'1.Bank. -WOODS-HIGH-GRADE t: i. :

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Capital, $50,000.00 : eM
We are headquarters Eor'tho
.t: of'Banks, -Corporations, Firms and Individuals-!! J beat in all Farm seeds. t. "II.' "'

.. Our twenty years experience 11'..the banklnp business enable us to'. offer Gras and power Seeds .
w. ss
of bank in'West [
Lou the best banking facilities any F.orida. We also have aullv
equipped Savings Department in which we pay irterest on deposits. Ac- Seed CoI'DI(;ottOD Seed, t. '
by mail handled as easily as by personal interview. "I Cow Pe&s, Soia Beans, : 10e
i, 1 founts-t Send us your business. *. I ';Soitframs,:Kaffir Corn, ; 24

f *\ 1VI.: GOLSON, Cashier. Millet Seed/Peanuts,etc. 5; '. '

"Wood's''' Crop issued 41.t t '. ,

; AND !'iIDES ; Specialmonthly ... \ .
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gives timely information as to 31..J.:!1 !. --t' -.Ioo
f" URS FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES! seeds to plant each month in :fL :l>> ..,. -- -0+...-..---t-. .
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Wool on.ComraUalqn, .V>'rlt< lop> prluc. A ".. U\ I the year also prices! of Seasoniable ", ___ ..._:r....:=.W;:.:..:..:...-,,_.M.w..I'sw..J;
t Hat mentioning this ad.Printing. 4? 1J), :.Seeds. Write for :copy, 1 "

,. JOHN WHITz.&.C04.itiuisliiiLE Y.; '. V J' .mailed free,on request r($, Just a -FarmersAaudiFence. JBuilders:. :.:

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I Seedsmen, -1 Richmond;1NOTICE .., Having.-made a deal for Ten Car Loads e&
(>. < *xn)0 <

'. c: 'the' Best'AinericanSteel.Wi're' Fence, we :

Neat :
t : FOR'PUBLICATION I. are in position ,to. ,make you 'better... prices 0
Department of the Interior, 1 '

.;1 I Creates a good impression 4 U. S. Land. office February! at Gainesville.18, 1911. Fla. ..e r than*ever. before. eJe

Notice Is hereby given that Asa Jen- .
: mopg.OUr correspondents) kins ot Ureenhead,. Florida, who: on November &
, 4'I 2, 1909 made Homestead Entry '. esurelYou. buying 'wireelsewhere. e
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'4 and t I to: ; : I Serial No.0003.or' of NW,(and NKOtSVV .
'. helps give your bu= ( Section 20, Township 1 north ;. ere
I Range 14 west, Tallahassee Meridian has It.meansmoney, saved.
i ,4 !inesstpiestig't 'I filed Notice of Intention, to make final ee
Commutation proof, to establish claim to ; 'e
"'>' ... .. the land above described before the
mrinfm -- yW -" Clerk of the Circuit Court at Vernon,
y. 'W'e 'arP l' Florida on the 31st day elf March 1911. : Cfeipley 'Hd"V.I. ''C' :
( .,. ...... ...,,....... ..' \:' .I&c 'jf ,IIt.i..i i' t.- Claimant name as witnesses: ArthurC. .
.. . ..- Itethea, of Vernon. Florida! John
'"at"'Reasonable'PrIces .. e
.:'AW ; Watson AlalaohI Jenkins, Charlie Jen-
kines,of Greenheadj HENRY Florida.S. CUCBB. I.........................

: JBanncr Job Office Ed fee paid Register.
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School: at Home. The' First.''National! 'OanU.OK
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Let the Carver School teach you by
j Notice-'Election. NOTICEFOR PUBLICATION. mail, the Art of Photography.If MS2CCOIJJE? ,' s
I .. i .A ;.7 At a. meeting o(, tbA' .Board of Public j -U,S. Land DepartmentoftheInterior office at Oalnosvllle Flat, you are seeking a profession that 'De.lgnMt Instruction held l'ebruary.6tb. 1911. It February 18. 1911. Is not'overcrowded I and one that Is re-
: -V. l;.orderedlt.batanelect.aon': be held at Notice( Is b>reby given that George E. munerative; re pectableand -jpleaaant .t and Largest Bank In We.t' Florida.
Duncan School House on Tuesday, the '
Simmons o; VVausaur Florida, who on o1E.Ci81: T
: : 3-crx/sr
21 t4ay >of.Mareh At D. .1911.) for the October 12. 1904 made Homestead Entry you are advised to take up photography .o,1cao.
puruose of determlnlm whether or not No. 3!>or l. ((Sorlal No. 02000)) for SEA:: of -Let the 'Carver -School teach .
Duncan-special school tax district N6..11, NU and NEK of HEJf Section 18.Town- Capital Half Millon'Dollars.;
shall be continued. ship 3 north,,Range 13 west Tallahassee you. '
-j Al> .wAsubltehedforfour4urees-sSchoDl Meridian, bas filed notice ot Intention to ..If you are an amateur Iphbtographer Burplu..nd: '''Undivided Profit,, 0IOOOOO. : :
fTloardtnd< mike Una) five proof to establish
year and wish
to make better at
pictures a
i ..wive' I wpeka la the thJpley.Uaouer' In ac- claim to the land abovedesorlbed. before Interest Paid in'Savhgs')Department st'Rate' of'4 per: cent:per'Annum' ; '"
1 with Section 401 of the' Schoolthat lower coat wish become
cordance the Clerk of the Circuit Court) at Vernon. or to a pro-
' t .ttv> ..r.oL4orJdatproTlclln' --all ,,80'- Florida,on tbe of March, 1911. fes.ional-Let.the'Carver School teach '
school districts be disestablished Claimant..names as witnesses: E. N. : the )FIi-st: National Bonk -
" &y *:-Vt+proceedings a.3 established. Everltt,' ;r., E. N: Everitt, Jr.,.,.VV. N,'Ev you. 'OFT.'". PBNSACOLA. '
' J Z Every qualified voter within the bounds Britt,of Cblpley! Florida. R. r;. Simmons If you are a professional and wishto
f i*. of aald district has* right to vote fork; a
) 1.. contlnosmca of e"lt.Thefoligwingve@onsweraYappointed l special> ,tax, school- ... OfrWauS\UIIflqrlda.a: -' i" ,,\ i ;: HENRY' S. CHUBB, produce work that will be a pleasure W.K.W.HTBK.J.Fo.JI.,1'reeldent.._ Cashier. Taos.W.BuiMT. Atatl CuhlM- 'W.:KoBBim.W.9.: KnsBH.. Asa Vioa-Pm Coabier

cl tdlstrlc;< :p.;against! Ed.,.-.fee...... paid...-..-......... .- ., Register. you-Let to your the customers Carver and.School-a creditto ahectan.-F.. C.Brent.W.J.W.Furbe.A. Blount.Know W.8._Hrer.KeyMT,Thofc' Wn w..O..t..H.Knowiea W.K.BJ'er.J
;.' manactera II.ncJcl'erl'Of] : said'election,'.viz: : teacb
4": John.VVllsoni8amuel W. Jones and NOTICE: FOR! PUBLICATION. | you. -
I J* R. E.Golden, Inspectors, and Henry. L. Department of the Interior, The Carver School of Practical Photography '
.4$" Bowen,Ciork.sf .ot.Jfl.utf.Jf, I. ,' .i > P.i,::# Lafed uttlce at (Jalnesvllle, Kla.; offers twenty cemplete, practical High-Class Saw Mill Machinery\\ -
January 21 ion.
Attest. : ':'halrman.U. Notice l Is hereby given that Nora B. and Inexpensive course* covering We carry at our new warehouse,.
!.f F. See'ty.GAINER and*. Co.- 8n.pi. MasbpurnofBennett| Florida who, on all branches of photographic work. 408 and 412 East Bay St., a large
H. July 10, 1909, made Homestead, Entry,Se-1 '
i-I, rial No. 05::.13.for /SX of SE:: # Section 1and'.Ey4of Write now for full information. It is 'stock of Portable and Stationary
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.' NEX Section 12, Township 1 free and places you under no obliga !Engines;Locomotive and Horizontal
Department' of the Interior, Meridian .
s-outh EanRO 13 west Tallahassee -
tions. Address Return Flue Bolters Saw-Mills,
.t; U. ti. band Office at Gainesville, Fla. has tiled notice of Intention to make : ;
.I' ... ,. February 4.. 1911. QnaU Commutation proof, to establish 'The'CarverSchool of Planers, Edgers Saws, Belting-
I.) Notice Is hereby Riven t.ha\1: ,-1rtb....'J.Y to tbe land above described<< before II w and Mill Supplies also engine andsawmill
the ,, ;
:- Crawford of I"forldu..oiwbo'on Clerk of the Circuit Court at Vernon Practical Photography.
July 11.1904 Noa42T4) Entry Mo. Florida, on the let day of March. 1911. Lock Box 504 Waterloo. Iowa. I guy' repairs. Walso'handle the
34573. (Serial for NKtf., Section i Claimant names as witnesses: J, Mj p celebrated line of Hustler Saw Mills
(: It. Township 2 north. Raoiro }3 west.Tal Porter. J. 11. Porter Henrv Padgett and .
lahassee Meridian has filed notice of'In 0 T/Croom, all of Bennett, Florida. $80:00 per;month straight sala and Erie Engines and Boilers. This makes the best Saw Mill outfit on earth.
\ tendon to make final Commutation proof HENRY S. CIIVBB. men'witb Get our prices before buying. We can save you money. A postal wlll'bringour
tu establish claim the ry and expenses'to riff
to Jahd *bove- described Ed fee paid. Register. '
Write for illustrated
Traveler. catalog coveringyour 'requirement
before tbe CountyMudne at Vernon to introduce 'Poultry 'Reme-
Fla..on tbe 16th day.of March. 1911. Y M '
I dies. Don't answer unless you 4uisby chine'ry1Ca.
Claimant; }nesses: J. M.
Co. have the '
} Paynellenry Waetiob 'JohnkLarkf: R,. I mean business. Eureka Poultry 408 &: 413 E. lily St. a n "l! o..v"le. Ftorldn.Lotiz .
L. lUrrBlIJiinot.! !, "unxKr'S.Cii" ." pdce'o PlaQte 's and Distribu Food Mfg. Co. '(Incorporated;) 'Dlatance Telephone No. ,,874.d .
Ed fee paid.? Re lster. tors. See them. I East'St.'Louis': ,.111.m .
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The agricultural, department at, Washington has just ,

I y 1 published the results of a long'series of held 'tests and they ,

d show plainly that 'animal 'ammoniates, such as Blook and y

=YOU WILL BUY= : Tankage, made a larger increase: in yield 'than .any other. ,

For instance, it was'found that 'Cotton Seed Meal alone, ,

showed a gain per'' acre 'of $ 2.68
1 1"'J-If'atr.nH Ip1plernelllt$ ,
tfl e.I'1 Tankage, alone, '- 14.00 t
,,1 : t ..A iff I"',. ,** W :' Cotton Seed meal and Potash gained- 7.02

1 We have a" complete stock of Cotton Planters, Guano Distributors ;I Tankage and Potash gained '- 14.29 I

I ;; ( Cotton Seed 'Meal, Acid PDOS..& Pot.. gained 9.12
il aijcl llapid Change Cultivators. : Tankage, 'Acid Phosphate and Potash gained 17.80

Another'proof'that animal ammoniates are'BEST.I ,. %
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''Ve would Te glad to show you this Popular Line. .

Al t rmour.Fertilizers ,

'i. I tii: '. .WhyNotNow: f { are animal matter goods.: furnishing a steady |

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.i II Town Topics. IT Tag Day Result, in of Chipley Tag Day., Saturday TI Personal._ IT

for the benefit of the High School

Swat the pestiferous fly! library was eminently successful Wv T. Ellis was in town Fri- HINTS TO FARMERS.

) everything taken into consid- day.
Try the Banner for job print-
ing. eration. John Nelson was circulating in
Eight of the school's brightest
Quite a lot of guano is being town; Friday.A. Now ill the time that you realize -
and most enthusiastic of the .
i hauled out these days. younger girls labored bard and ,W. Allen was over from Ma.riaana .' on your'season'. pork.As .

Habit is the process by which faithfully throughout the day andas Saturday, ': sell cotton grain,

j acts and thoughts and feelings a result of their efforts$44.35was Frank Waller was Up from the you your

are organized into life. collected, which amount has Deadnlng Friday., stock or ,other produce, place

1 is the to do been deposited in the State Bankto account with .
Chipley place your Judge:! L A. Hutchison was up your money on open "
the credit of the fund. .. "'"
i Come your'share library ,
trading. get irom, Vernon Tuesday.T. a reliable,ba k. J ; :,
,of the bargains offered by our This amount has been, increasedby /' .\ ',
; merchants. $2 since by contributions of Ii. Blue of,the Valley: was Pay' all your bills by check, .: ;'
the children themselves, ans it is in town Friday on business. the best kind of a : "
Secretary McVeaerb says there which makes
confidently expected that before Mrs. S. A. Alford, returned
;; i .' is a demand for paper money.. In t ,receipt and avoid the worry aDd '
the week is out the total amount Friday from,a trip to Atlanta.
t these diggins there is also a demand -
for silver, nickel and copper will reach $50. .Mrs. O. :L. r Daniel visited in lanKer: attending the carrying
This sum is, of course, only ,a .
last week. ot of
Pensacola a'few: days large sums money.
drop in'the bucket compared to ,
The crowd attending Mardi what is needed to equip a librarythat Chas. Cbandlee Panama City Y Our offices are always at the ;,;

.... :' Gras from Cbipley is unusually will, meet all the require- spent. several' days here last week disposal of our customers and ; ,:

r :, large, so we do not try to,! make a ments. But it will do a.great deal J. C. McLendon of Adair, Ga.,f .

i personal mention. of them indi- towards a start. Besides paying was a visitor here two days last country frie ds.

vidually. for a good case, it will purchase week. ._ .

'...,I Don't neglect to send us the quite a number of useful books, Lamp Harmon of Panama Citywas

' ,, particulars of 'that social enter- and NOT reference books, either. one, Chipley The First National Bank

tainment at your home. We will By way of parenthasis, we would, Tuesday. -

., gladly publish, all accounts that like to say that'a school library is OF CHIPLEY.
W.A. Meadowbrook of Greensboro -
are furnished us. something more than dictionariesas
Ala., was a'visitor in the
some people eroneously, be-
A scientist reports a process
lieve. And too .the books are city Monday.
has been discovered to make fertilizer -
, from air. Make it from for the use of the children and Frank Gotch of Aurora 111.,
" NOT for the professors to sit up w tourist visitor here Fridayand
hot air and the supply of material Hardware of quality-the kind Dunn-Coleman Co. are selling
'11 and read to the neglect of their Saturday t
: would be unlimited. sold by Dunn-Coleman Co. stacks of Hardware. Why? be-
duties.A Miss Till'ie Wittich of Pensa-
The world is cold to some men cause our good are good of best
.j library.association has been cola was the' of friends We make a specialty of enlarg-
their quality.
I who make gold god. The formed"amon& the pupils of the here two days last week. ing pictures at The Tourists

,! true glitter of gold is seen when school the purpose of which is to Photo,Tent, Chipley. Fla. Come to the new photo tent
' ' made to gladden the hearts Miss Penelope Strange was the I
'' foster the interest already creat If in the of events and get our price on photographsand
{friends ,. course a
of Pensacola
:1 of men. and many do much good guest at
ed. Membership is based upon coffin or casket is required, get enlarged pictures.: -Chipley.
! with several this and last
i ,, gold. days week.
contribution-- child who has
1'1; J :any it from Dunn Coleman Co. Don't fertilizer until
:j :. ". Somebody waked up the weather contributed as much as one cent Mrs. Gunn of Marianna was

man last' week after a six being eligible. here a day,or two.last week, the Our prices are right and our F. B. Callaway.
pictures will please you.-Ton.r-
i weeks' nap and he at once The officers are: Miss Kate guest of her sister 'Mrs. Walter ists', Photo Tent, Chipley 'la. I Oysters :30c qt. at ScteM, J
I ; j busy and sent us a cold wave Alford, President. One child Cook. ... I

I : ,.-. that would have done credit to from each grade vice-Presidents Miss Birtha Jones, of Ashford, ,

midwinter: Prot., A. C. Palmer, 'Secretaryand .. .
j ? Ala., spent several this '
Treasurer. The faculty,
Deputy U. S. Marshal Hudson week the guest of Miss Maggie
: Not Sin.
Book Committee.We is
.," Curiosity a
... -' returned Monday( night from an Allen.
bespeak for this associa- ,
official trip to Calhoun county; be library -W. R. Gainer of the Econfina I
tion in their efforts to build a -
tied up af,steamer Chipola riv-
Section in
the hearty, cooperationand was town Monday
er while gone;he made one arrest
of the crossing palms with friends, and
encouragement pat- It will to investigate

pay you
and give others notice to be good.
rons of the school and citizens ot transacting t.

,;' The traveling men, in other the town;generally. Mrs. John T. Britt, after a visit \ the prices, and _

"- words drummers, who visit our If;you can't help in a substantial with her son, Leslie, who;>> is a .' of
i town-and they are constantly and material lend nyc
way, your dental student in an Atlanta college '? (
coming and going-all say that good will and! encpuragement. returned: home Friday. .

..Chipley is one of the best all Above all things, don't discourage. Joe Schell ,G, 'ROC B RIBS.
Dr. and wife of Nash-
'round tuwns in West Florida. ,.
<. And they are in a position to __ I ville, Tenn., will arrive today fora I I ,' ,' r. ,

'. ; j jfldge the matter. Mr. Carnegie is making addresses short visit with' the Dr's. ,.parents .' \;'7' -- 'J, I can save you ., _
Mr. and Mrs. J. P.,SchelL ., ",\;
.,:. : The, people who were afraid to to the youth of the. country I -'. I $ $ $ $ $
,. vote in favor of state-wide prohibition telling to grow old I E. N. Dekle and wife and A. D.

-, because ,they claimed it getting rich and then renew their I Campbell visited Graceville and

fostered: blind tigers are respectfully youth by giving'wealth away.According Campbellton Monday, makinguse W. W. HARVEY

! 1 .' referred to the report of the to a census report of Mr-Campbell's' new auto

Z ... ., Internal Revenue commissioner. sent out from Wa.sbingtontbe for the trip. _.. .
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.t It shows there are at present population of two of Washington -

i more blind tigers than open sa- coifnty's towns are as follows]] :
; ,. loons'in{ 'Jacksonville.
St. Andrew, 675; Panama City -
?:, The L. & N. railroad company 422.

:. has purchased property just out- From a minute of the proceed-

,. side the city limits, east of town ings of the Florida State Baptist -' :
I, on which to build a "Y" and yard convention held at'DeLand last .,

'., : trackage We understand that month we glean the' following. .
""1 work on same will be commenced facts concerning the Baptist denomination \, "'., (
i k! ,,' shortly and soon as 'competed in Florida:, 'There

"" ,. Cbipley will be made a are 607 churches and 337 ordain-

t i 5- :(>,' freight terminal for this division.Judging 'preachers. Last year there Op.ration -

trom last week's issue were 6050 additions to the church .

,, k of 'the Pilot, Bro. West got "hot rolls, and the present member- .

: in the collar" because St. Andrew ship is 42,644 There are 307 >: \', .: -
.. and not Panama Sunday schools, with '19,262 :. < :: : "
\ .. City,-.was creat- pupils ;' $ :
'. ed a sub-port. Don't fuss, Bro. and 1,703 teachers.. The : '-'" ".E: : '

.: ," ',West' ,the sub-port is for the.ben value'of church property is plac- :' '; '. ,. ', "':\-, : ;,. ,.
',. ed the churches ; ,
at And .
efit of the whole of St. Andrews $936,460. J "' ;7'" _
:\: Bay! and will be a matter of much contributed for all 'purposes calls for Plows., w Gear. Hames, 'Traces, Bolts, Clevises

,', more convenience than to have to last:year $229,261.24. and all other things of their kind. ; :
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:...'* >.enferand; clear from Pensacola.A'dog ,
": ISOTICE I You will",find stock complete and prices right.
,; :, ,' belonging{ to 'Mrs. J. A.

;.:::, :: .w ',- McCormac, in, his viciousness; The city tax books are now
) > ..:-' attacked Mr. D. C. Dawson Tues- open. Your taxes are due, '
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"i Page Steel Wire Fencing is one of
WALTER COOK our specialties. _
afternoon 6th street
.' i- day on ;suppose .
," ., ,: he must have been after Mr City Tax Collector. .
: r. We'have i it in "Widths. See, us before buying.
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r' ; Dawson's throat, but missing *-
''" ., -X that be fastened his teeth in his HAY-$1 per 100 at the barn. .

H .,:" ;.. painful.wound."The: .place for ,With the' new extract '- Dunn-C. leman Cp.A

:-Y.! "?'8ucb :viscious dogs ' "home, 'MAPLSINByou .

;i ,., ';:"', <.,with a chain around their neck. can- make Maple Syrup c with G. McQUA6GE. General Manager.

--"*,,:..,::- : Suchdog&should not, be:allowed little trouble or expense.. .
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., .to,"go al large.< At SCHELL'S.

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