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Place of Publication:
Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
March 9, 1911


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Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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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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'V iI J R. Extra r. : ..'Session.. of Congress ..April '4th.. n
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President. Taft, immediately\ The city tax books Ton Know That. HAY-$1 per 100 at the barn.

> after the adjournment of the 61st open. Your taxes are now 'Florida now has a population See .Postmaster J. P.. ScbeU.
congress l last Saturday at neon, are due. of 752,619, against 269,493 in 1880?,
WALTER Tobacco
COOK, Suff at Schell'sWhy
catiect'an ;" Florida's
i extra session!
the density of
'natlo'nal population \
F. B. CAllA WAY, A ent. : law,makers'to convene, on m City I Tax IL Collector. is now 13.7 against 4.9-in 1880? don't you putagood fence

*t Pain pleased to tell the people of .Tuesday' ; ApjrlMtb. ,,- Good Cigars at Schell'sCall Florida's lumber cut last year around your farm; we have the .
' < :Chfpler and vicinity, that I have pur- It is stated that this extra:'session was 3,202,000,000 feet, against t wire; come see us about it. Dunn' '
j chased the inaurance business of 3uell was' called mainly to .pass in and see our line of Enamel 257,000,000 feet in 1880? Coleman Co.
'II Cook. the ware. .
.Canadian Dunn-Coleman
reciprocity<<: measure Co. Florida's corn product in .
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lit represent only the very best com* which \ Censure is .Orlndlna ..a.a.Tuesday .
fanedjoKpass; duringe the was 8,914,000 bushels .
assessment _
panie against
f *-those time tried and fire ..test- ; on 3,-
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iOT. opinions too S22.0OO in
'fled. frequently 1880? ,
are not Insured, I would b '" -1<''' express- Thursday and Sat
1 .; ;triad to write !J The Democrats will, come into ed. urday of each week 'l
... vou a oolicv. ... .Florida's mineral product was I is griding
Tile value w. Insurance power at the extra: session and valued at days at the Chipley Grist Mill.
cannot ,pc i When death 9OOO.OOOiq 1910
occurs a coffin ) against t
-gated. Ask many orcas'ket M.
cbanges' "
a man who < MORRIS,
:'I.. owns a policy fwill be is /nothing in 1880.. Prop. -
(if he will sell itl! The madeJntbetariff.reformbill. required; we have them

It .'>t .life-time,may be wiped out saving in a ot few a ;. .. .. T ... : Dunn-Coleman Co. ,) 'Florida's railroad mileage', is i DR. T. G. YATES
"minute Not"BO, if you are Insured One of the now 4,728 miles, against 518 in ,
*;_ Therefore I would advise you to With..,the. new extract ; debts that you are 1880. 'With' TWENTY YEARS'r.
.i"":"'place your Insurance with me. MAPLEJNE ,,, 'always sble to pay is an agrees Florida's national banks bad in EXPERIENCE aa aD. .

..01.n; you can make,Maple Syrup,with- ble smile. deposits in 1910, $26,085,580. as. EYE, SPECIALIST,

: F. B. Callaway little:trouble.or expense.: : Waggons and buggies; well] against $157,203 ,in 1880.Florida's WILL BE AT
.z. Dr.
I .At SCHELL'S yes; and the best made, too thepr other banks b'ave"on Wilson's Office.IN .
t' s ice? deposit $14, 77,072, against$287.- CHIPL.BV
'V'r Insurance Agent. We want furnish the paint like everything'else we sell] 289, in i 1880.Florida's. From ELEVEN to SIX oVck -

.:V;. ;,;'S t d1n'Y; ;o'ur subscrlptiori. for that new dress for your house the lowest. Dunn-Coleman Co. true property value First Tuesday In Each Month. I.

rMn .- Dunn-Coiemano. Oysters :30c qt. at Schell's is $600,000,000 now,against$120- tom'. Examinations FREE.
000,000 in 1880. My Pensacola

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,; you may need to and Staple Gro
I eat or wear. And we will be glad to have ceries'the kind you should insist .
you call 'and, let on having. Instead of
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receive prepare groceries ,,
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BA1E. [, CeltS. Your,Faculties.: + r. JM ':. .. ., .::. 1 .-
WbatejQer conduces. to bem- "
PUBUSlUCV BVKUY 4'$1bnAYa .. ,/ \ ,
At Chlp.ey .FlWALTER provement of man, either spiritually J I "'.

morally or physically r .

W. "0..88.. B4lter. should be cultivated. One of tne '

Entered at the poatoffio at Cblptojr{ ,yla.. as .great needs of the race today is All kinds feed stuff '. .1,:

eoond claw mall matter.SUBSCRIPTION. the proper development of all the ... ,... .,_ '" ,.... ,., ;" .' 1rc" -. ':"C. "'_p.l

ONE TKA.B,...............RATES.........:11.00- faculties.We cannot. all receive'the sametraining F\ ,. v ': < :::(::: :' .' ''':;

BIX MONTHS,...... ....... ......:. ..SOAdrartUkBff cannot all _.. : J the Horse c'' ..: i" :: :' : !
.. .25 because we Qr ,.., .;
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be in the same school of advantage :r ''1 .. ;' ,'.:... ., .,;!!'it...! '" ,
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application. .f' ,__
rate lunpUbed' 'ue m. ; and circumstances, but we ri ( I : "e' 'J

Communication on llvftitoplca, especially can all use endeavors to FortheCbwy'

of local Interest are solicited. Ittis improve the opportunities offer- .. '... .. _.' .'... ."._. ...,'.".".,.:' .;,"''..1. '...1',:;.:!.4......,-.;._;:.'' ," .. .
that the publish-
\ understood, however .. .' ..If. :, : ,., '.
of THE BANNER: will not be responsiblefor ed for our advancement. We .j q.t -. ._""__,. {r ... ... ." "" .'" < :;." 'zFor ..'J..'<. 7, .\ ,' .'
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opinions expressed by correspondeDtl.E : .' ; .i !;
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who .t
:= can do more. Those juefavored" 5 the ,Chickens .. \ ..,Jt' ,- .""' . .
7 BANNER: wants a live reprosenta- above others may exer- '. : : .. :' ': :' .>.:(- ;'i ; ..\ ; ::,
tive and correspondent at every postoftlce for good ,: : ; ; ;. .. 1
In the county and will make II eral ,r cise.en influence: !-' ''' ', ;- ..- I
rangementa with the rlvrt! parties; and \ A't) .. !
about them .
those ; by exam- I ; .! r rfJ! jf 'f z: ::
helpful ., For the Hogs ., '. ," -. >
THURSDAY. March 9. 1911. ple and precept, by a ,, ..... ., \
wford tend. encouraging:look, sti m- : '
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Political evils are not 'due to ulate'to action. Nj5t ; ; : ;
i One of the greatest needs ofIjuniaqity ALWAYS ON H .
;the way the people do things but .1 .. ,. I. '. t _
; la.a. tolerant spirit, i '' < : .
don't.It -w C'\ _
_to. the. way they : : : ;,
-.. ttiat leads those who occupy a '. : ,;: :, )

President Diaz could securea better, position in society, who ;.' .: Get Our Prices. ', ," ';,. ,,!, "' .: .1. ,
are regarded"bv their fellowmen] _, 4"
few able-bodied policemen he ;

'.might have that Mexican 'revolution 4ssuperior, ; in intellect,.educationor : } < .
refinement, to be ready to.con- mpbell' : '
arrested. ,
1 ... eider that the' earth upon which &: Dekie:; :Co.': : i ,
they walk is precisely the same,
Australia serves notice on all .
and the air they breathe comes
.:nations that no trusts will be tolV I-
from the same source as that of
erated in that commonwealth
,: their more illiterate, fellows. i
'citing' especially the American That the difference between

Meat Trust. i matter ot environ-
thqm; is only a
_.. .II ment.

The Southern Commercial Con Improved farm machinery is liadZ57Jf7fr77 8 r il >R IIi6 l i i I t

gress which'. m,, t in 'Atlanta: ',, 'G,,.:,.. .I Commander Peary wouldn't one of our long suits; see our dis

':'yesterday', promises! !Joj* be .themostinlportagt : t'ake'a'white man with him to the play. Dunn-Coleman. Co. \' "

.' business! gathering -' 'pole because he wanted to have 1NOTICI2. .. '*..* ', y ;. WashDayWhen 'Goods. 1 '
that assembled in the
the honor of being the first and i
South. Notice Is hereby given that I, K. H.
"' only white: reach it. Be- Green, Jr., as guardian over the persons things
are put the wash
: through
_.II sides .another white might and estate of Clifford T., Green, J Mae < .
,, ; man Green and J. .Milton Green, minors, thatI you can tell'what they'are...
'The case of Senator Lorimer; have been a poor witness.A shall apply to the County Judge: of
of Illinois with Washington couDty.1'Jorlda! at his office My Goods Has Stood the Test for
charged having In Vernon, said county,on the 10th day 27 'Years.
of April, A. D o 1911 for authority 1108,guardian -
obtained his election by' bribery,
Chicago i $ paper provides ahint of said minors to sell,, at public or I keep uj:> with'the new things, aad ? ,:
was disposed of 'by, the :Senate private sale for cash, all 'of the Interest, hold .
for men of all parties, when I!! the good old :
right and title of laid 'minors In and to $ ones. : \ M'j j IIWiae. |
last week. He allowed to ; ;
was the following described lots or parcels.of
it "It isn't these *
retain his says: enough land situated, In the town of Chi pie,, +lyou'tpa.A Nv* I.Jc:
seat,, the
though vote
days when progressiveness is all Washington ,county Florida, to-wit:
was close. Lots Noa. 17'and 18, according I to the platof day" goods.. IKCOP:them
the rage, for a politician to simply the town of Chlpleyr and (bounded on r
) ot the north by' Watts Avenue, on' the east -----I- for you.
declare in the
faybr modern by Sixth: street on the south by an Alley _
As the next congress will have {ideas. Look into his record; ; and on the west by Lot No. IB, the said My stock Hardware.*, ,
two lots being formerly occupied by C.'J. _
.a large majority} of Democrats; in dissect his reputation. Thereis Whltehurst. deceased.M his home In the Ranges, Stov.aa.S aJa.and ,

Ute house, and a maiority D m-. plenty of all wool goods. We<<; said town, March 0,Chipley.ThIs. D, 1911.. -- ,.; \_. Doors, Comps and Cask* .

ocratsand insurgent Republicans J, H. OBHKN Jr., I
don't have to put with shoddyor
up ets GunA. so.4.
As Guardian > Aounwut. .
in the Senate, the questionof mercerized stuff." (

tariff reform will at once become "* Master-.... Sale. tion, Pynamite Crockery.. ,.

paramount.: Under and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure -I Glass ware,. El1alU ware '.I
The DeSoto News
.. County per- for $635.75. for principal and Interest Machines
tinentlv remarks: "If West Florida and also the sum of$ '\OO for attor Sewing .*Paioisv
ney's fees:Issued 'out.of the Circuit Court:
The second annual conventionof should induce W. A. Blount to of Washington county Florida on the I Oil", Jap-a-Lac, Firming, I i
24th day of '.In .a cause
the State Retail Dealers'Association
stand for congress from the new wherein Sesaoms Grocery Company a Utensils.Picture Frmncwsj. .
of Florida' convened at corporation organized and existing under .
district,tq be; formed: for; the ex- the laws of Alabama.-and the First NatIonal (made. to order) and?

Jacksonville yesterday, and will tra congressman: !! he. might yet Bank of Andalusia a' corporation lAst but
not,least, _
organized under the laws of the United
be in session the balance oj the get to; Washington,.D. C. Should States with Its principal office In Anda- Tackle I
week. This association has, a Insia, state oflAlabama,'.were,complainants Fishing that's tit for ffehiap.Stfl 1
he run, it is safe to. say some of and T. L. Davis and E. J. Davis. 7.
large membership and the.; attendance the aspiring politicians beyond were defendants, I, as Special Masterap- will be pleased to secve you. .
pointed In said decree will offer for sale
at the meeting is good. the Chattaboochee will continueto and Hell at public outcry to the highest YOURS TRULY I.
.. .. 'and best cash bidder before the courthouse
perspire at home. I door In Verl1on,' ashlngton county -
Trail blazers, with the i .. Florida.wlthln the legal; hours of sale
courage on_Monday, the third day of April.1911, I .R.C.HORNEI. :
to seeze the opportunity.for new- President Taft that the the. following described land 'situated In
says ,Washington county;Florida, to-wit: I
er and better'methodI; is the protective system is doomed: 'unless -. East bait of.North-east quarter of Hec- __ 1
main trOD twento-two(22) Township three' (3)) I
need of the
country soPresident the Canadian reciprocity North of Range tblrteen'we t.
Charles S. Barrett, of is ratified Purchaser to pay for deeds.A .
agreement Congressman "
the National Farmers' Union declared Dalzell and other high protectionists Special Master.4DtNTA : ]Palmer {
in a statement. issued last say that protection is ..,. ,-1 .L-t.ER. College, ,

week to- the, ,members of, the doomed it,tha:; reciprocity agreement } pRtJ : E4TI ; : ': ..
Union. >' ... '. Springs, /
.. is ratified. That t being> the SURGEON, t IrA

outlook, the democrats are in aposition Chrlstian'school for boya and erirla., 'Attendance larger than Kr' ,
The ChiplcyM.., Florida t
bill providfng.for the-elec to bear the results with before. Strong" CGl'p..oLteubel.'a. Large equipped school bujtf -'" J

tion of ,U. S. Senators by 'popular. fortitude, no' matter which .Office over First'Nat'.! Boat Inga. Two donnttorlea. "Good boar Careful orerml ht,' Expenses xlpd
pre-. ""
vote'was killed]] -in the Senate last diction proves true.NOTICE. t. crate. 'GrNNVtajhmiTtaniA, and other out goof. ex: .rctaea. 'ciI'_-J!

week. Nearly all the southern -- ., Spring Term Begins. ,Feb. 2nd. '? j
:senators voted against the 'meas- I V -
.. : .A splendid{ ,time for pupils to enter. Will be admitted to any cllasU : :

.. ure, not because they opposed, Nott e.Is hereby given that I, Minnie WOOD'S. HIGH-GRADE for which tbejf.are prepared. By entering-now time will be aved''iln' -
the election of senators by the L..Jooes. a.-uuardlan over the persona r education. We; would call special 1.attention totbefactthatdaises. taught
and estate of Mabel Jones iljrtly Jones
people, but because they opposed -, Mlnen1J., Jones and Pearl ones minors by"the regular Academy faculty are being started to,accommodate 7th and
the amendment.which provid- ,that 1 shall apply to the County Farm Seeds. 8th grade students, thus by this special attention entering now they could "
Judge of Washington county Florida! at be' **
prepared the "
for federal control of the elec- his office In Vernon said county on the academy next year. .
10th day of April! A D. 1911..for authority VI e.j are headquarters .for For further information i and catalogue; address,. ?',-
tions. as guardian ot'sald minors to sell at the boat in all Farm seeds.
.. sale for cash allot the ..-- '
; Rev PreskSwt
interest,right and title In and to the following Grass and Clover Seeds : Lynn R. WaJker,

[n his speech defending Mr.. ,al ttu abed described Ip. the l Iota or parcels,of Washf land :Seed Corn, Cotton Seed [ pro a.6,, ns ie. r, PrlaclpaL.YHEADJNI.':

Lorimer, Senator Joe Bailey of ngton county .'Ioridato-wllr; Lots Noa!: 'Cow Peas, Sola Beans, .
Texas, said:, "Have we. fallen to. 17 town and of-18,Vb.accord pie,,. and to. bounded the plat on of the the Sorghums .Kato, Corn

:. such a low' estate in .the, tyutcd: north by,Watts venue, on thft east by Millet Seed Peanuts etc.
Sixth street on the south by an' -Alley
;. .:.States! senate that .we must stoop; and,on the west by Lot No. 10, the. said Wood's Crop i 8.s U e.SPedal" it [IJA:
? two tote belnc formerly occupied by C. J,
to the earth and kiss the groundour VVhltfihurst, deceased, as hl8'.borne In the monthly
w constituents said town of Chlpley.TbU gives timely information as to E. ,
walk, upon? & ,March 8, 191 U MA NEWMAN.. Proprietor: ,"
,. No Senator MINNIE: I.. JONKrf, seeds Icfplant each month in
Bailey, the people do '
As Guardian the year also prices Seasonable Bay Head: Florida. .
- not ask senators 'to "kiss the Seeds. Write for .1,,

.' : '" ", ";:'ground their constituents walk $80.00 per month straight salary :ni ailed. ree'On.Tequest.} 3TWa copy, Mecca_ of the Tourist. Angler. Sportsloar4 f fRates.

j...,,: .. ,. .: : I.>,upon. They do ask, however, and expenses, to men with-rig, I".II..II.M4.. .- .............. .
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= = 4 of trust magnates and Seedsmen; Richmond, Va. }

;t",.; : '.- ..I.. :" '"'r':":Jdouig: the biddidg systems. 't&at. Food mean business.Mfg. Co. .Eureka(Incorporated Poultry,) $I.Oaand $t.51] .Good'Table. j and BathingTHE :/;

.,., ,;:'. '//J8.p'rlet' \.upon the people.. East St.. Louis, II]. 7**

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and child, hero and convict, neurasthenic THE SOUTHERN I LIFE! AND ACCIDENT
and deep sea fisherman, athlete
tJhUR" DIreeorv
and invalid-ueeda the blessing of God<< Says :
.. Church South.-Preaching every o C7t>mpnny,
!,Mind 3rd Sunday at 11 ... m.. an*lJ p. m. through three, and only three, great
R. O. Williams, Pastor. channels responsibility, recreation "I know what Is good 8

'" Superintendent.! Sabbath School 10 a, m. W. N. Sheets, and affection; work, play and 10\'(>. for and old peaPlek' 8 I
'Prayer Meeting Thursday nights. With these any life ia happy spite writes Mrs. Clara Marianna, Florida.Invites .

Young Men's prayer meeting Tuesday of sorrow and pain, successful despitethe stra trained -
: ,ig-htg. Everybody cordially Invited. bitterest failures. Without them n a nurse K your attention to Its New Line Policies embodying
of South Bellingham
.. Baptist Preaching every 2nd man breaks connection his heart with, severs God his If conscious you- Wash. "and will say thai I i J i\ mum of practical protection at the lowest practical price. A 'I i

., and 4th Sunday. Rev. Collerp! *tor. want to keep a headstrong, fatuous I consider Cardui the best t i cheap contract, but safe and conservative and backed by; home c '
'!. < Sabbath: School a. m., F. C. Hawk and
medicine girls
:"F, Superlnteneent. youth from overreaching himself yon : W. H. MILTON
J :.. > -" Prayer: Meeting Wednesday nights.' try to give him responsibility, recreation women. It makes them
: 3Gammon.. John
: S A.Baltcell.
.' '; h I and affection. If you want to put feel like new persons, relieves O Directors j.. K. Braoka. I. M.' DUk,H'Li Lewis.Jon Mau .IlLOCCCOCOfOoocoeCCOOCCCCCClCGGCCCCCOOOOocoeooooooaOOODC I

Poatofne* Directory courage and aspiration Into the gelatinous their pain and reg-

'. Office hours 7:30: a. m. to 7:00 i> 'm I ex- character of a street walker or i ulates womanly troubles.,
','cept Sundays. the flickering mentality of a hyt>terl<- i "Both my daughter and I

':,'1La.t-bound mall Closes.'10:20 a.m yon labor to furnish just the sam trio. received benefit.
If it is Machinery want we have It. Writeus
.. In you ,
West-bound mall closes "G:UO p.m. work, recreation and affection. I

: Matt from Vernon arrives. at 10 m. every case the healing power which I 851 for catalogue, prices and terms.

and leaves on.arrival. of the. east bound you want to give is real life, and real ,

_mall. Ute means,, just these three things. I MALSBY COMPANY
'" .Sunday hours: 11:30 m., to 12:30p. .... koCARDUI
The same needs are fixed for till of us
Orders Issued at all hours when '
,j, office'Money Is open except :Sundays.: and the same all sufficing bounty In 41 Sooth Forsyth St., ATLANTA GA.

..J> ;:. J. P HCHEL.L P. M: the supply If we can get and .keep in '
'" *M'- *S .*. !.' '"'"' "'_ !_, _!.! _. V---' "" touch with It-Atlantic. We seU the followingjdjKll-known good: American
B -.' i i The Woman's TonicAs Bench & Dromgold Geiser "Peerless," pr Smith Myers & Schnier Saw
: 't' .V oar Clahbtoc Ida. Mills In all sizes and capadtles;.ErieCitffieiser "Peerless," and Houston
I." ." BJUTHKB, and Semiweekly Atlanta& Mice For Whooping Cough. a medjclne for female Stanwood & Gamble Engines and Bo'$ J.n' all sizes; Challoner and Perkins

t Journal, pet year 1175. A fairly alarming relic of medieval trouble no medicine Shingle Machinery; Band Saws. Edit L-;; Grist Mills, "Peerless" Threshers,

I k.New York nostrums came to my; notice recently.A you can 'get ,has the Planers Steam Feeds,and various othehvtachinery, Repairs and Mill Supplies.We .
BANSKB and Thrice t.we
: : mother was discussing with her can furnish you the best Machinery on the market and. at the same
1 World, per year; W..05. of her old established reputation, branch house. .
.: : housekeeper the probability tiirc save you money. We have no
; ; 'BiKNJt sod Semi-weekly Times-tin- children taking whooping cough, which that Cardui has.

4. "', ';"Jn and Citizen per year $1.50. was then prevalent In the community.The Fifty (50) years of 'success -
:! .
\ ;: '... :! ;BANS-SB and Home and Farm per year housekeeper, a most dependable prove that it has

J, j '. ..'." ".."11.2ft "- valuable helper, of more than average stood the greatest of all UNIVERSITY OF fLORIDA. Florida State College For Women '

' 1: > ;; good sense and judgment said: "Mrs. tests-the' test of TIME. GAINESVILLE TALLAHASSEE

r G''eral. Directory. Black, If you'll let me I can keep your As a tonic for weak wo- A, Superior But Inexpensive Institution" for cnura,ot'Arte and Science Normal School.
children from having whooping cough: men Cardui is the best because Florida!! Young Men School or MuMlc.School ol Art. School of Expression.
School of Horn Economics.
: STATE OFFICIALS. I've kept children from having Four college! agricultural experiment station; .
it is woman's tonic. tiFlmt: class equipment "* Tultiosante.
: a Unln.raltyeaten.1on. professors and awlst- ..._., ._.. Jvaut. .
'J "Governor- Gllcbrlst.. It, but I wouldn't do It without telling'70U Pure gentle safe re- 80 per cent Increaaa in attendance last '" Other expenses very atkn
first, year. Attractive buildings and campus. For
"secretary of t.ate-H. Clay Crawford. '"Well, Martha wbat is It?" liable. Try Cardui. catalogue address A. A. MURPBREE, 'relld.... EDWARD: CONIADI Prtildtsl.FA.RQUHAR .
; a.;Attorney GeneralPark Trammel!
"You catch a live mouse and kill and

Cbm.-AKrlcftltare E. McLln. dress It and stuff it and bake 'It and ,
,'. Treanarer-Wm V..Knott. feed it to the children. It Isn't bad to .

,"' .,. irJdup't. Public Instruction-W. M Bolio.r' take, and 'of, course they don't know : Joy POP Johnny. 431 B Boy f3tr>ee t, .

"'. :way.,... what It Is. That would spoil the I ,Jobnny'B mother was telling Johnny JACKSONVILLE, LORI A.

'- ";Comptroller; -A. C. Croom. charm., stories from Bible hl tory. And Johnny .
To my friend's exclamation of horror ; for 'along time was very'silent..< EverythIng for the saw mill and
-Supreme Court:;-Thos.,M. Shackleford, she replied with conviction, "I've givenIt
At last he sighed ,and looked up .ques-
jChlef Justice: .M. n. Mabry. Cleror. to lots of children, and never one of tloningly Into his mother's face., plaining mill We are now selling

a..' '''/' Railroad Commlssfon': Hudson Burr them had whooping ,cough."-Mary: "Wben I l' get to heaven-shall 1 know the well known Farquhar Machinery
,' ... *>;: Chairman. ;' R. C. Dunn, Clerk. Newell Youtz in Designer.I .' every one?" be 'asked.
circuit-J Emmett Indeed answered his mother. direct to the user, which meansa
-- v. ,; ..Judge first,judicial ; 'Y s,
Wolfe. Pensacola. .' A M0UDKRER. "Napoleon and Samuel. and ,George -t- saving to our cuatomera.
.: '. and Solomon, and-and
State Solicitor: Unto Judicial circuit- Washington
A merciless murderer )s appendicitis
? Large Stock-Kaay Terms.t .
'"r, Walter.Kehoe. ,, David? persisted Johnny.
.. ;. with mony vletrms. but Dr King's New
'''::':' ; _---1 Life fills kill it by prevention They gently "Certainly dead""Weil Send for Catalog and Prices.
then, mother It'I'm very goodIf
:-CH,8 I: Chubb Begtater, Gainesville, Fla. : that ologclnii-that Invite appendl.bfl- so nicely, do ;you think that David will .
cits, 'eurlDC'con.UpaUot., headache,
:"'. "*f.-+;Shlelds l Warren,Receiver Gainesville."WASHINGTON let me touch his slingshot-just touch Physicians Advise
,lionsness ,chill, SCo at 8 K McGeachy's. .
r ." \LI'I It-once? :-: Philadelphia Times.Phlladelphta
_. the use of a goodlaxative to keep the 'bowels open'and. prevent the poisons of undigested
,' Beaoonafield the band/. U Not So Stow. food from gettlnginto your system.
r.\; Circuit I. Cler k-W; C/Lockey? Vernon. The dandyism Benjamin, Disraeli affected '"Mother," said a thoughtful Boston The latest product of sdence Is VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup, purely vegetable gentle
County Judgo4i.A1Hutchison: Vernon. reliable and of a pleasant, aromatic taste. Velvo acts on the liver as well as on the
: In his dress Is' the subject of Child, "Is Philadelphia older than Bos- ,
t-5 Sheriff,. O. Allen, Chl le,. stomach and bowels and Is of the greatest possible efficacy In constpatloo.lncll&utIon.!
'. many pen pictures In Monypenny's. ton? biliousness, sick I headache, feverishness, coLc.flAtulence, etc. Try VFl
...Treasurer. B. Tiller Vernon
"Life'of Beacona ehL" At the age of "Of course not my eon. The first
raxAs.euor-.t.J. Wllllami, hlple,. described settlement was made ID CharlestownIn
nineteen, helps as wearing a
o .Tftx Collector W..B Gainer>!: LAXATIVE
: :
black velvet suit with ruffles and black 1G30, while' William Penn did nol
Supt, Public. Instruction. -B. F Gainer. stockings with red clocks. A later portrait arrive,on the site Philadelphia until

.. Wauaau. ";. In 1830 comes from a 'friend's fifty-two years later.'*
.. Supervisor of Registration-J. W.. diary, which has the following'entry: "That was always my Impression
.. '
: Gainer Econflna. "Mar<:b TO.-B. D. to" dine with me. mother How .Ii It, then, that Philadelphia LIVER SYRUP
.. -Conntv Solicitor A. D. Carmichael,
t, Be came up ,Regent street when It was Is mentioned In the Bible, while
.I Chlpley... .-, crowded in his blue surtbut, a pair of Boston Is not7"-Boston Star. 't._

,,' M County Surveyor-Thos. Collins. Cary. military light blue trousers, black I -

.'. vllle;'Fla; .- stockings with red stripes and shoes. Medicines that nlda..nature are always

.' '.,\:- .County Commissioner: ,-. 'The people,' bo said 'quite made way most successful, ChamberlaIn' Cough

)i''. vJ, ..M. Slmmone Chairman. Vernon for me 'ae I passed. It was like the Remedy acts on thisplan.. It losenn the Here's' Good for
'. .,:" .. ;'H. W. Bush Chipley. opening of the Red sea which I now cough relieves thei lungs, opens tbe aecretlone a Slogan .. .

,"'"- B..F. Evans, Vernon. perfectly believe from experience.Even and aids nature restoring tbe sys.
':,:"'" J. H. Porter Mlllvllle.--. well dressed people stopped to look at fen to healthy condition. Bold, 'by City

.. :, '.''".'..J.I. :..Iltghtower,"Vernon.. me.' ", l>rug Store and S E Mcdeachy.When a Bigger and Better. Business.DON'T .,
I' .
,.. School Board .
"". ::''*:'t\ O.iB:Bush.:Chairman,.Orange. Bill to CharUmagns. y goer ......................... ....
Died. '
*. of the time who
The only'.sovereign
Andrew; >
;S. ; Gainer St.
: ." ; "
.. %V. F. Rues, Vernon. could compare with Charlemagne was "Nearly all the visitors to Venice, BLOCK THE WAY! -
the famous Haroun-al-Rascbld who as says a lettet' from that city, "go to the ..
: '1\fIt"\ ';>:1&flCiII.PLEY:: -- the head of the Moslem world sent Verulramln palace to see the _place '

,. \ : ,M : : CITY .OFFICIALS.! the keys of Jerusalem to the bead of where Wagner lived.nearly a year and Move as fast as the procession move out. Take the

..AMayor=H. H. Wells. the Christian world besides a sulk where he died la February, 1883. We '
of the make for
; pace company you are or man
I '
', ar ..Marabal-HMFarrior I ,
.. : Ing clock ..aD'ape and an elephant- who-wee here on that glorious spring
x"Clerk and Treasurer-W. W. Cook. things which Impressed the ,;Imagination day when they bore the master away; ,, behind. -

,, Council-A. D. Carmichael. chairman of those times, as typifying that who remember'the long line of mourning .
"/ C. B:Dunn. J. U, McGeachy..'B. Tbarp Charlemagne pad been Invested with barges, wish that the palace could <
.... -4< ...,'* -".W. O. Butler Jr. the sovranty of Jerusalem and the have among other mementos a pIcture Don't stand in the way of new ideas. Don't pause in the
"l I. '
lordship of the worUL T. A. Cook .In of that occasion. The great state path of better system. Don't settle down on the ladder of
'" "; Old Provence" barge contained Anton Seldl's orchestra "
..> <'' t ;.t:.r*?. and after It came: barges with success. Don't be a barnacle on the ship of pregress. .. _

::1 : :.: : i The Banner Fully nine out of every ten oates of rbeu. singers, nobles, great meal and women,, 'r \,'

;' madam, limply rheumatism of the 'muss all In deepest mourning This Is the Change' means progress. Progress means advancement

.-,' ales due to cold or damp, or chronic rheumatism scene which some artist should fix on
'.a .. e neither of.which require ROY internal canvas. But, alas] he who saw It

( treatment. All that Is needed to afford could never know what It represented Advancement'means movement. Movut!
{' '-:t: :' Chipley;: Ra.n:, ( relief Is the free application of Cham unless he bad been here 'at the time.

.'. !'....ti..;. ':.-'!- -., .. / :% V- r.r t t berlain's'Liniment. a trial. You The'music;' Under1 Seidl and Neumann, I
:! ..; '1!(;: ." Stands for the Upbtilldinj. of':f'- fir are certain to be pleased wltb the quick relief and Its effect on. 'the mourning throngo y yto

; '. .".' ; ',::? j:::...... r ," .'''" ;I..';" which It affords. Sold b}' City Drug brush :jcould.. portray.' "'. ,
; Store and 8 K MoGeachy.
; .. ;. < ,:-pliipicy, Couldn't Bother-With Trifle..
\ . -
\ \ .', ... """; YO.-' ., "Haa your'fatbel" ever given,yon any

"", :. .:f r :kWaahingtodCounty.; How Fast of Ramadan Begin .idea what be thinks pf'me?" City -

: ".' ....' t1Ui /' ,:.: !.:. t Since( the Mohammedan yeui M cornpoeed.of' "No.1rel ly lont believe father ; (
..'. '. <
; \ ;! 'm. it alL He has so
lunar months the glimlnic thinks of you many .fJ '
.f &: ; .', ;';J" }"= .Yic1tnd: F1 rJd, :l Important thingsto fill him mind/ write fov one confidential fetter before applying Barber ..
,. .. of the fait dependent upon the appearance '
,' .\ ; .L':; J"'-" '" (' .",., A for patent t it may be worth money. 'k t
.' of the'new moon Thf' word Stray Stories. : we prompt/obtain U. B.and ForeignPATENTS
,J ; ''- ., .
# of the almanac Dot taken ttal (true .
4 ;' .Subscription. $1 i Per Year.. evidence and before the mufti the If ;you be poor: seem poor If Shop.
, t J.r"u: .,.-. .. --', ..., ---. highest Moslem ,official In the 'nation you would'avoid Insult as.well as sattering.tolllrwltb. anal TRADE MARKS.or etnrn ENTIRE :
'\" i. I attorneys es. model sketch
'" declares the fast to have begun two >bot &Dd.. seed AD IMMEDIATB
; : orj :
: .
: .
.. -We '. ..;. Mohammedans must appear before : ---- -- '. FREE report on patentability, Ve give/
; make of : .' : ; J J and adrice '
a Specialty 4 the best legal aerrloe and ourcbargea
him and swear that they have fI"PU' ATTA'CiiB"SCIl00i.5 ) PRINCIPAL, are moderate. Try aa., 3 Barbers 3 '
.. :
: : :.' ;
J the new moon. In precisely the, same
i.Neat ''A yeVe- attack i> iohool pyinclpal Chas SWIFT &: CO.
.. .. ." ', manner the fact comes to a clone. Tli* B p' ,
mufti proclaims a three days' feast JB. Allen of tlylV'anla, (# .;i. 'thus told 'by Patent Lawyoi, Eerything Up-to-Now. ". r

i Artistic, whenever the next new moon In seen ilm.. ."Fo. mbre han three yearn I suffered Opp. U.S.Patent OIBee,Waablagton, D.C. .* ;

by two of the faithfuL One year the Indescribable torture tram rheumatism Shave ,... i..... ISc. t
: Qomtnercial Printing moon was visible 10' upper Egypt l the Uv'er and iitonfkttch trouble and diseased kid Haircutting, 4.....t 25o. VI I
,' REST AND HEALTH TO Mffi'HER AND ... ..'..,. 25c.
night before It was observed In Cairo neys' All'reraedlea'falled until 1 used Electric CHILD. Shampoo, ,
the Nile telegraphed .Bitters, but&tur bottles of ihlswonder.tulrem&lr'curediro M s.WlM Low's BOOTHIHO BYmcp baa been Massage, ............. 25c.
Two Mohammedans up : md for over SIXTY YKAKSby MIU.IUN8, of Hair Singe.. ......... 25c.
She fact to- the mufti nicking completely" Such .IOTHKM9! for their CHILDREN WHlI.S ,
; "f
,, ;: : The Banner him to announce the feast. This he results are;co"fi y wlw; anda bless them KKTH1NO OOTHES: tie with CHILD.PERFECT BOHTHNa SUCCESS.the GUMS It We Solicit Your- ;

r" .refused to- do on the ground, that a for curing stomaeh Sal'bla, female comlalntB"ld tXAYUlIFAIM CURK3 WIND COLIC, andU Patronage.
.. the best remedy lor IUAK.RHCBA.: It te err
.. U 'JJI of > \ <"ney disorders, bllllonsness and
atJecnun could not take the place aolately bsrtnleas. Be sure 'and ask for "Mrs. Very Respectfully.
..'two Moslem witnesses.-Christian Her br beairb' anti vifcor. Try them only COo Wlnslow'e Soothing Syrup" and tattoo other

.>I Ir.:, ... :. _-.Cbipiey,_Fla. _,:-i. ald. -_. .. --" a'S'1!: MoQeacby.'S- lad. Tw.utyaveeset.a. bottle. l.W. D. Peters, Pr pr.I .

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nfnol.+awlr ww..r.r -- -- -.Lw. ----- r.rwn l \.Iwwrroaa+r.r. w.i 1-1
Old Daddy Longteg. Strain too Great. ojece. Doexx4
: Everybody Is well acquainted wjtb -
4 iilOOO the tnet not everybddy'kf1ows'that there Is evidence Hundreds of Cbipley Readers

., to show that this strange little Find Daily Toil ai13 rden.

;.' "I wouldn't take a''thousand creature towering. upon Us thread The hustle and worry of businessmen JOB' : -
,dollars for the good VINOL has like stilts la probably a more ancient

done me. I was told that Cod Liver Inhabitant of America than any repro'.entative .
Far The hard work U'stoepiflff of r. -
of the human species.
was the medicine I needed for
back In tertiary time at tbe very dawn workmen,
my weakened condition and poor of the modern world. Its ancestors The woman's; hoesehofd-t:acres,

blood. I could not take the greasy lived, wit are told In great numbers In Are'ftjOo great a stfetlir on the kidneys R1NTIN

mixture, and when our druggist told that part of the continent which we Backache headache,-sfftSewehe,

me that VINOL' contained not only call Colorado. The fossil remains of Kidney troubles, ttrlrtiry ''troublesfcrtlow.
tonic iron but all the medicinal properties these Insects show tile characteristic I

of-Cod Liver Oil without the features that mark them today. al,_ '' -
'reatw '
Read\ th S following arid1 the
grease or oil or bad taste, I made thougb new species have taken the
up my mind that was the medicine place of the old, for even "daddy longlegs" cure. :
Walter Rawls, Payetttf St. MarUn- ,
knows what evolution Is and has
., for me.and I'well.tried"it and today am i attained to something that In bis viewIs nnna, Fla., says: '1 set ted .!from "Ctcatts.'a good impres- :

-strong, perhaps skied of civilized existence kidney trouble for sdnoe time. My '.'
.'," MRS. J, T. SNYDER, suitable to the exigencies of life In the work requires me ttf bcott'ttty 'feet the 'sfdlt artrong your cor- .", :

1 Greensboro, N. C. twentieth 'century."'Elarper's Weekly. greater,part of the time and on accountof .
respoiiclfcnts and helpsto
--0-----......- .
; a weak back, I Was ta misery. I '
1/airaruaelssdh ...ataemeM of /he .
# The Hunting of the Tahr. had often heard at tioan'.lCldoe1 Pills business
\i. ahwaN WStImoalstibWe Of fill ,the way of hunting surely your
and finally procured a Vox. They
that of the hlllmen of Garhwal Is the
sell VlttOL with the strangest. This according to Major soon proved their wcwth by giving me 'pre tig.,.

( understanding that if it does the Hon. O. a. Brace. In 'Twenty relief. Jttoan'a iCldncy t'llls have my .
Tears In the Himalayas," Is their method highest--endorsement. .

not give the purchaser perfect -' of killing the tahr a local speciesof For aalc'by all dealers Price 50 a
goat "Having driven the tabr Into
satisfaction cents. Vos'tei'-Milburn+ Buffalo
we return Co., ,

his money without question. deep sides, null out of hs which with there most are precipitous certain ISfew States.',' York., sole agents for 'the United .t We: Do 'Ne Printing;

well known tabr runs they proceedto
a Will you try a bottle un- cover these runs where the ground Remember the name-Doan's-and i .*

.der.these conditions? is most difficult with mats made of take no other. .. ,;itt J MS6 lablePrices.-

spilt bamboo which have been previously -- .
well drenched In water. The .
S. McGeaxhy Druggist "
Help the Children
result Is tbe mats freeze'and becomeas i
Chipley Fla. I "There Is. nothing in all the worldso
slippery as glass. Tben they fright-
: Important aa children, nothing so
en tbe herd and drive them over these : ;
I i Interesting if you ever wish to to to1, i
mats with the result- that r.
Magnitude of Star they are
for some philanthropy. If you ever Give next O
: : us your :
+The brighter a star In the smaller' precipitated from the cliffs and that ,
wish to'be Of any real Us6 In the i
Its mugnl- 'the Garhwali pick 'up' the remaInS- "
tie number representing
something for children. If you and will '
we give -
: perfect C.
.tads, and conseQucntly 11 tar of the perhaps twelve basketful you
ever yearn to W truly wise. Study children.
first magnitude Is brighter than outof We can dress the-Sore. bandage satisfaction) thus '
the second, and one of the second Are you frequently bourse Do you bave tbe wounded. Imprison tWo rrlminav

magnitude 1st two .magnitude brighter that annoying .tickling In ''your thrust heal the Kick and bury the dead, but 'making you one of our /
than one of the fourth. In the tmiutt Does your cough annoy you at night, 'and there Is always a chance that we can

way stars brighter; than the first magnitude do you raise mucus In the morn nib Do aneb cJ. If tbe great army of : regular customers. :
can be represented by numbers you want relief If so take Cbnmberlaln's philanthropists ever exterminate sin

mailer than one, by decimal or even Cough Remedy and you will I lw pleased. and pestilence, ever work out our 1
by negative numbers. Sirius t Is or tbe Sold by City Drup Store and H K MoUeaOhy .
&'ace'. salvation it will be because a .. .
of 0.1 magnitude. '
IA magnitude Vega ." StarrJordan
-- little child has.led them -David
Our mm Is a star of the 25.5 omgul.tttde "
and It gives us 1 Where Once a Horns Stood '.
Sirius. If the And what la more melancholy than ,
a* much right as Dying ef Love 'H'E .
sun were twice as fur away from usa the old tipple trees that linger about chr- said ae love sick Hibernian. .. I .

It Is It would give only one!-qunrter tbe spot where once stood! a homestead "What a recreation It is'to be dying "
"as much light If It were! I 1H,000 but where there Is now only a ruined of love It sets the heart aching so "

times farther off tban It Is Ita light chimney rising out of 'a grassy and delicately there's .bo taking a wtuk of :
e woald be the same Intensity us that weed grown cellar Jfheyoffer their sleep for tbe pleasure of the pa.1D.- CHIPLBY: BANNER \

of Slrhre. But even at this enormous fruit to the wayfarers-apples: that are London TelegrapB.: ,
distance the,,sun' would be only about bitter-sweet with the moral of time's .
one-sixth as far away us Sirius exactly vicissitude.-H a wtborne.
Net Jealeua. :
lies." In! :otber words. Sirius Mrs. Jawbach Joba. t do belies Chy'p1e'Y Fla.t

I hues witf"h l luster fully t thirty times Charity. you are jealous of my first husband. e j i

ta t onr-sun.-New York World.Ps's When thy'brother has lost all that be Mr. Jawback-Well, no; I don't believe -I
ever had and lies languishing, and
I'el'call U jealbdsy EriVy (Is tbe word.Clevelasdd .
even gasping under the utmost ex" i '
Idea. Leaden 7*
'k tremltles of poverty and distress, dost '} .
.-MWttat, was the trouble at the buildIng thou think to lick him whole again j" . .... ., ,,... .
of the tower of Babel par 'Ysi.He .

"I'm not.certain, but' I think It was only with thy_. tongue.?-South. Is Maud 'thirty yet Bhe-Yes, .........
between the union and the nonunion -- -- -- 'et.-Boston. TranscriptSAY .. ........ ..GG

workmen"-'New York Press. He Was Generous. .- J ,
Pallid Clerk-I'm not feeling very :. DO YOU KNOW SThafhoW
well sir; do you mind It- I take things

t3bamb ri.1a's Stomach and Liver Tub a little easy today? !
i, 1 i.var""bI1 I bring relleT to women suf Grouchy Employer-Not so long aS i is th!"thtMffo build that home or business. houae
JfrlSgfroincbronlocon.tlpiitlon, headaobe they're: not my things-Llpplncotfs. ytotf have been cotaftUtering? The present business depression Jj*.
"bOIIoUsbesi, dizziness, Ballownens ot the ''. has reduced tbe price of lumber and building materials; labor 1& \\
.. skin and dyspepsia. Sold by City Drug Convincing Evidence. i.I cheap and plentiful and you can build now tot 25 to SO percent I.

...',, .....and-* ICMo6leaehy.kne.VMJust Sportsman (having emptied; both barrels We will send the Banner free forth less tban ia e

r: at a rabbit)-* There. Jacob I'm term of this school to JUNE 1907 OR JUNE 1 1908. e.i .
sure I bit that one! ; ,
How. Jacob-Welt, 'e mrtalnly did seem'togo e
.1 I Many y itn< ago In tbe first faster after :you shot at ''im sull.... To Every' White TeatHfef Whenyou' think 'Of lumber orfbulldlng' material, think of us G
1 presentation.of a tragedy that had for London Punch. .and the fact that w ,have completed>> a modern up-to-date mill-
fti-eloalsg ii ne the murder of a.SwedIsh work mill, and can furnish everything made of wood used *in e
which bad taken place nearly i a building (roar sills to conHb, and that we cant
king In Washington .
I' Economy Is a savings bank into CountyWho .. e
i half a (century earlier all on.went when well avery i vhlcb men drop pennies and get & I.. >CT JfT QUICK.MouWlriifs eI
till th ,murder scene came
ars In return.-H. W. Shaw.
'r dignified old gentleman In the. .- Will send us the news of I .. S asti Framing Bank .
stage box: showed signs of strong dissatisfaction Doors Casings'BllndS Flooring: Drug.' (9
: and at length called out Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab. their: community each week or : Base Ceiling Store '

sa gtily: : lets are safes sure and reliable and have Framed Finish Sldlotf Fixturel.z .
"Jj; "Absurtd! They've got It all wrong!" been praised by thousands of women who every two weeks'at' least. : e
'the anager himself beard this plainspoken have been restored to health through their Correspdrid'ehts' write' : hors J: if desire eerl lly furnished. Freight paid' to'your staCO. $>

gentle aid and curative may on .
'. fcomment, and being naturally ; properties. Bold '
4"4 disturbed, by so sweeping a condemns by City Drug Store and H K Mcgeacby.. :
subject df' general Int'ere9trOur MANUFACTURING .
lion ie sought out tbe critic pobettRd ., .
J to know what fault bed
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+ to find with It. Mostly Hall.A only request
"Wb good 'Blr.* cried the old New Yorker bought one of those '' '
my DUji"71l1 C'.g tO1VB laJ.: :
fto'rn'U9inbcft1 6f
__. :' man. with an air of authority "the tlnlt old colonial places down In' Vir any .

,7' whole grouping of the scene Is Inner ginia glowing, principally on account of the person' in a calculated to'give ............_ .._......Qi "
description of the real way
them kill tbe estate
> rectt! You have made r ... .. '_ 'P' .... -. -- __ __ .
r [ king 'to the\right of the door: whereasWe agent and on Information from friends. .--.
murdered him on tbe left!" When be went down to see his mansion -' offense. The New York World1'lirice ?
be was much Impressed by the .. We promptly: obtain IF.Base Foreign

Strange'Storehouses.Intbe great pillars the spacious porch and -a-week ..Eeditiou.o .
old birds' nests that are placed particularly the great ball running Let UB HearFrbm : <-
near In shrubs and small from the front to the back of the
tbe ground World
1. The Thrtce-a week hopes to be .
tie e.' JOS8 to hazelnut bushes and bit- house.He lu 1006 a better paper: than H has Alter
V"trstreetvlnes. ,one will often find Inspected the placeand came You.
been before and it baa''made its.arrange
back to New York. seal model,akctcu or tots ci Invtctlon
..a..hlLDdbll..ot hazelnuts or bittersweet meats accordingly. Its news service coy free report ou p n3jibllity. for free book <
"What shall you name It?" he was How to SecureP If IOwrits*
there tbe .
berries. They were put by
ere the entire globe, and It reports everything tent ndGASNOWI mMnl\O toi
white footed mice and the meadow asked. We fully, promptly and accurately. It
"1 thlnkj'? he replied, "I shall'call1 It want'the NewsO >
mice which'vlalt these storehouse regularly. ,
Ie the only paper not a dally, which Is!as 1j
Very often a white footed Mostly Hall. Saturday. Evening Post dally, and wnlcbTwIll keep Von ,
mouse will rover a bird's nest with 1
A Popular Gam. as completely Informed of what li happening ,
fintf dried grass'' and Inner- bark and YEAflS throughout the world.!
I make a nest for Itself.-New YorM "Many games originated, from ancient EXPERIENCE'OoOTrKiotrrs ''' The Tbrlce-a.. week World Is fair In 'Its Opposite U. S; Patent Office< .
.forms of worship human sacrifice "
Tribune. marriage, burial and other .cere"' political reports. You'caD get the ,truth i/ W SH I NGTON D..C. ,,

,,ww-, -ter, monies" Dr. A. O. Haddon remarked from Its columns, whether you,. re 'a Republican '. j jCURTIS.

A'flIIUCE: NU1UT ALAKM In an address at the Royal Sanitary or Democrat," and that Is what J .1

r Is the.'ti sara cough of a ebila cuddenyattaoksd Institute' "Leapfrog Is a game 'com you wftnt. L. JONES '
Including A ape:>>laJ feature ol the ThrlceaweckVorld
to almost country
bV .Often II arousedL1MLewis moo every I
/ has always been Its se.UI .Action,
New Guinea and, Japi.n. -London TRADII MAnastDtIaNs
ChamMKrot Mliftcbellter,0., ft: Nil.1vo:4 .
ItpubUebe.nGvele by tbe betlI.'II'hortilnlobe Notary Public State at'targe: ,
for their children were subject to AtuAnyone ;
) world, noves wblon In boekitornk sell
croup. **Hotoetiroes' In severe attacks, he .... rb dwertptlon nxJnttoklT t ,. ,
I .. or.$1.50 apiece, nd Its hitch standard1 In fAll -
HAS MILLIONS OF FRIENDS.' : .. s.naMMava 'eve ftee wh th.h iInvention '' *
wrote,we were afraid they would die, but u tert. -'-u.O'-"I_ his respeet will be maintained ID'hefu' business entrusted to \ a'Iafp
.since we proved what a certain remedy Dr, How would .like to, number tloiu. hew} 'conll.lontfaLIfAIIVIIU01t. .. PaUo61'11' ,'"
r you your -" Old_< .. .CJ''t<< .I... ure as In the past. ; ,
Kings Slew Discovery Is,we have no feat. friends by the millions HS Buekleo's Arnica Pat.nta tall.R tb1'Qall'b Mann. .. r.e.ltsp care will'baoe'dytfrdmpt i
....W floC....wa1WN...... la tYScknllflc' The Thrlce-a-week World's vegular .
We rely On it for croup and.for coughs, or Salve do4*> astounding, cures In the JhMriCatt subscription price Is only 11.00' per; year' attention Fees reasonable ...:" "
any t'roator lung trouble. to do thou- past-forty years made them Its the best aDd this 'for ISO We. offer .'
sands.otBothers.. 80 may you. Asthma, salve in tbe world for sores ulcers,eczema, Abaod.omdynlnetraledweetlr.. : .r.T...rml.......55 01.0.. this unequalled newspaperttndTheXaner papers ,Canbe.foundat Posi' Office. :: ;.

hsy;,"re>V tag lpy vfhooplng'cout.b, hemorrhages burns,boil, scalds,.cuts, corns, lore eyes, r_n\1>II" eL.o together for ODe '"ear tor '51.611. TJia "' v-I .' : ,.
fly before It. 60o and x.00. Trial. sprafasi swelling, bruises, cold sores; ,ba IiiifO I&-C a.'.....iiasW i ..i iOQ regular. subscription price of the two- papers f > -: .. f '
bottles tnfI.j:Bord by K McOeaohy. no equal for piles. SSo at 8 K! llcUeacby'a. Ioe, rise l at.W.. I.'G Is ta na Wausau; Floridl'I; : _w .
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HiPresident.- -. M. L.:DBK&E' ," .. 'r "., p. M. tO1i ON. ; NOTICE: FOR PUBLICATION. -......................... 1

VfoeE -Pxeeldernt, ., ., Cashier.. Depar&lIIea&of the Interior, i il
U.''8. L*ftd office a.Galneavllle, Fla. !

E, rst Bariklcoun -Notice bureby February ftrwn' thai 18, 11 Asa>>11. Jenkins ;
ot Gre! bea4l. Florida. who, on Novembers Wire Fence.
I90t made Horn>toad Entry. i l i ,

r MARLZtNNA FLA. ol Serial SW. No.< Section OtMBS, for SO,W Township"1 and north N}{

; Ranga-14 west,Tallahassee Meridian has
Capital, '$50,000.00 tied hottc of Intention' to make final e
;, Commutation proof, to establish claim to .
'(' Solicits Accounts Of Banks, Firms and Individuals the land above described, before the I If
Corporations Vernon, f
Clerk of the Circuit Court at .
.. 11 twenty yeaf s-experience In the banking l>U.Tncs8 ';.n'ab1eau to offer Florida, on the 81st day of March 1911. 39
.: y, banking facilities of any bank in West Florida. We also hay a Claimant name a* witnesses"' : Arthur
full e4UIpped Savinga'Department in which we pay irterest on deposits Ac- O. Betbea, of Vernon, Florida, John Jell- 30
"" Watson Malacht Jenkins
y mall handled' as easily as by personal interview'' kines, orGreonhead, Florida.J1aNRr 4 N
Send us your business. S. CHVKB. 24
Ed fee paid. ReitIster.School .
F. M. GOLSON, Cashier. ..
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HIDES'HIGHEST '.' ,, Let the Carver School teach you by i
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& S'AND mail the Art '
FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES f of Photography.If
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: /: Wool on mmlnlon. Writ for price- ., you are eeltng a profession that -. .Aww' -- w? r.M.r -- --- -.- -
lltt mentioning(hi*(d. Z(' ..-JIlf ia not overcrowded and one that la remunerative e. e

: jOHN WHITE & CO. LOUISVILLE.KY.Eatab11.bed 1637 are advised, respectable, tofake. and up. photography pleasantyou ': Just a word Farmers and' Fence Builders: :

-Tttt .the Carver School teach .
; you. w : Having made. a deal for Ten Car Loads &
"' . . - If you are an amateur photographer I e
and wish to make better picture at. a :
Y of the Best American Steel Wire Fence
lower coat or wish to become a professional : we
Neat' 8 -Let the Carver School teach
: : Printing
you. are in position to. make you better. prices $

a If are a professional andwish e
Creates ;you .
: a good impression ; before. -
f to ever ,
produce work that will be. a pleasure S 0
to your customers and a creditto .

!. .I among your correspondents' you-Let the Carver School teach i Be sure you see us"before'buying wire 0

and helps to give business you.The '
your Carver School of Practical Photography : elsewhere. It ,means money, saved.,

i. offer twenty complete, prac
; prestige. ; .
tical and inexpensive courses 0Chipley
.. ,.. ., .,, coveringall ..
i ,V' '- N e t Pr ntln '-" ". :'' -- : Write branches now for.of full photographic information work it Is, : I Hd "W'' Co.' S
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: : -at:'Reasonable Pri c : :t.: .i i 1 , and. Address places you under no oblig-a- &

"" : The Carver School of .................... ....Q

Banner Job Office* Practical Photo..phy.lGCk .

. . . lox 504 Waterloo, Iowa.
The First National Bank
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'- Notice of Election.At NOTICE' } FOR PUBLICATION :D j J., 3 ONES 'OF NS1tCOLX, FLX, .

Department of the Interior,
; a mooting of the Board or Public U. :S.: Land office at Gainesville. Fla. '3tNorneyANLaw. D..lgn.ted Depositary of the United State.. .
Instruction'held February 6th, 1911 It '. February 18. 1911. .; ,
was ordered that an election be'held at Notice Is hereby given that George E. JU"t'EY. KLA OldeWt and' Large.t 'San'k In ,Weet ''Florida.ORt31 ..
Duncan School House on Tuesday the Simmons of VVauaau Florida, who on '<4 4I I,'.
: Air :TV1oY iseo.
{, 4 21st day.of March A. D. 1911. for the October 12, 1904 made Homestead Entry a.o. ,
..purpose of determlc'.ig: whether or pot No. 3!">or>l, Aerial No: 02WH for 'SEis!, of D. CARMTCIIAEL.Attorney "f' ','',' .-
Duncan special school. tax: district No. 11, NETS, and NESS of SE3SSectlon: 18,Township A Capital Half Million Dollars. ';
J shall be continued. 3 north. Range 13 Tallahassee .
'A petition was presented to the School Meridian baa. filed west'/, Intention to at Law. Burplu and Undivided Profit, 1OOOOO.' ; .
Board and was published for four *uccesBlva make final five year proof to establish ....0.11.0.. Specla" .
weeks In the C'hlpley: Banner In 11.0' claim to the land above described before Interest Paid In ,
SvlBt Department! / at Rate of 4 per cent per Annum.
cord School llhJpley) HAttorney 11'
I .I Ii otklorihdaeprovid nlgothat life Clerk of the Circuit Oqurt at Vernon.
Lawn" all _0f- 'Iorraaon. the doth day'of March, 1911.
clal tat school districts be disestablished t'lalmant.names. as witnesses: E N. THe Iflnst N tlonol BainkOR' .
,, ;f by like proceedings as established. Everltt, Sr E. N-' Everltt Jr. W. N, Ev- CooK, : 'McRAB, ,
Every qualified voter within the bounds erltt. of Chi plev,Florida: K. 1;. Simmons P8NBACOLA. ..
;v of said district has aright' for & pf VYausau' ,Florida. : .'at, L.vw.Cartful .
continuance, said .,pacta!,. tax school (. U&BRY'S. i W. K. Hear, JH..President. W.KKVBBH.; Vlce-Pre
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district or against It.. "M11Mr s. I 'W.J. FOKIBS. Cashier. Taos W. Ben+T. AMU Cashier. W. N. ROBBHTM ABA. Co.hlerairettwnF.
5r The followJntr'lf'Inonth' !
W. J. Forbes Knowles' Brer. Them. W. brent.
manager and; clerk ofald -electionvUt BttMtlaa rives Mil Matter entrustto
f John F. Wilson Samuel W. Jones andR. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. ,_ C.Ilstka.au4a' ---, -
Golden. Inspectors, and Henry L. Department the Interior Agent lor raapotuilbl tlm and Bra-tMta4 In
.'.' Bowen, Clerk.'; '' ,'l1.'n.f BV'8\J' 1 LI.,W.: LandOffice January at Gainesville 21, 1911., Fla... uraae.*_....... : High-Class Saw Mill Machinery .

Attest: <:hair' man. Notice hereby given that Nora B. We carry at our new warehouse, .
$* B. F. GAINER..i .. Mashburnof Bennett, Florida, G.
. Gad. who on A. McQuagge St.,
A flee ty and Supt. July 10, lOOlJ, made Homestead Entry'Be-1 408 and 413 East Bay a large
1 : rial No. 05533. for SX of SKkT]! Section' 1 .. stock of Portable and' Stationary
t; NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION and E&otNE; f /Section 12, Township 1 Notary Publfc Engines Locomotive and Horizontal
department of the Interior, outhi Range 13 west Tallahassee MerIdian -
U. S. Land Office at UalnesTllle.Fla.. I has tiled notice of Intention to make State at LTTMgimilBHii n Return Flue Boilers; Saw-Mills,
'f lV >ruary.4.. 1911. final Commutation proof, to establish '. Larae. a S" .Wfc2W.B .HKS! HHK= Planers Edgers, Saws, Belting "
Notice Is herebjf'fclven'' that 3Unha J.. claim to the-land abuvo described before r I
Crawford of'Cbloley'! Florida who; oilt the Clerk of the Circuit Court at Vernon, and Mill Supplies; also engine and ..
i. July 11,1904 made Homestead Entry No. Florida, on the let day of March, 1911, gi ,, saw-mil! repairs. Walso handle the
345TJ, (Serlaf No. 03734) for NETS, Section Claimant: names. as witnesses: J.. M. ,R. F. 'SCARLETT celebrated line of Hustler Saw Mills!!
1" 11.Township 2 north. Range.13 west Tat Porter J. H. Porter. henry Padgett and ,
r lahassee Meridian has. filed notice of In G. '1'. Croom all of Bennett, Florida. and Erie Engines and Boilers. This makes the best Saw Mill outfit on earth.
tention to make final Commutation proofto HKNBY: S. CHUBB. '. Notary, Public. Get our prices before buying. We can save you money. A postal wilt bringour
establish claim to the land above -de* Ed fee-paid. Register. ..
scribed before the County Judge at Ver-" Traveler. Write for illustrated catalog covering your-requirementa.
non,-'la., on the,16th day'of March 1911. Real Estate Handled. Marsby MocJ.1lnery CO. .
Claimant names .aR .witnesses: J. M. have the .
- Dunf1-CoJeman' Co .;
I P"yne"'llfenrx
408 Q 4.2 E. tttty St. JacReionvlllo, F lpilcln.
Ilarrell, aOf, Sexton. FlaHEHBT / -> prices on Planters:and Distribu '
DtmtnncA .
g\ .S.:: CHOJBBI, i Long Telephone No.
\ Ed fee paid. Bentster. I tors. See them. I : In First National' Baak.r .
f .,.. .., "--th M

.Tb'''Biggest: ; ;

,%......<**.' > w- 3 ,

t EVENTUALLY t C'rops.' .. .q

; The agricultural 1 department at Washington has just t

V V V published the results of a long: series of held tests and they
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V V.V, V show -plainly that, animal ammoniates, such 'as. Blpok and ,

'; .'" .- ..' =YOU WILL BUY- Tankage. } lade larger, increase in-yield than any other. ,.

'- showed a gain per acre of $ 2.68 .
,BetttorvWe ;'Farm : ,
; : alone '- : 14.00
r 11 (. .. I !
;n I -' .-ii', ,:( ; ., Cotton Seed meal aqd Potash gained- 7.02

have"a V complete stock of Cotton Planters, Guano Distributors Tankage'ao'd potash gaihed 14.29

Cotton Seed Meal l. ,Acid Phos. & Pot. ,gained 9.12

i and Rapid; (Change Cultivators.. Tankage: Acid .v
I : Another,prool'that animal ammoniates; BEST.*

: '" "' 3 would be glad to show: you his popular Line. .... --

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t ,.. Armour Fertilizers ,.
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Q i : h,. "N": otl N'ow! c. '... : are animal l matter goods. ,furnishing' a steady !,

t : soure of plant food; ,throughout". .the. entire 'f ;

.. I growing4 se sori. ,' ,
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Roe Sale .
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y*YERM ?IL\RD; R 1SJJlp LY co.,'. I II "Armour Fertilizer Works.. : V ..

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..,', ] Personal. IT I the The present only sate To-Day.tense.way is Yesterdaywe to five i in ] -:Town Topics [ rr. .

., J M." Harper was in' town' 'Mon cannot reach except that we The housefly is a messenger of THEFIRST
i l day. "' .*. Sr: v may repent! of its sins and be forgiven death. /
and tomorrow has not yet I
A. D.
Campbell Tuesday
How are you and your flies get
rr in Pensacola. come and will be sufficient unto tang on?
itself on its arriveL Today is

; R. H.-Robinson 'of Fountain, our own. The duty of life withus Eradicate the fly as you would thing to consider in depositing money in a bank i.
was in town Friday. is "now." To live humbly kill a snake.
security. The the depositors -
capital and surplus are
Attorney D. J.: Jones spent toward God. To live courageously We can almost hear the umpire .

.. Monday at,Graceville.E. ] and generously, reachingour shot:. "Safe on'tir U" protection fund. The .

M. Nelson of Millville, wasa band in a brotherly way and -""Yotf, Ta-nrstaT. "iri 'the front '
doing what good we can today is I .
visitor here Saturday.F. \ NATIONAL
long, if you areltuntrue! to your I
our privilege. Every day lived

L. Jernigan was a busine'slilvisitor right will make it better for us friends. government superintends and examines. this bank.

i in town Monday. tomorrow, whatever that may be. Kind thoughts are like hoarded .. '
Our stockholders and directors responsible, well-
W. C. Locker was up from To live each day as though we gold-of no use, if you're going are

i Vernon, Saturday morning:. only had:one day to live on earth to take 'em out of circulation. to-do business mea This

T. E. Bird of Waucissa, was a -the one day in which to praise Legal] advertisements published -

business caller here Monday.E. God the one day in which to in the Banner are CORRECT, if BANKhas
make the world
happy-that is the" furnished is
N. Everitt was in from the the way to live in order to bring copy correct.
farm for a tew1 hours Tuesday. something ot heaven into the See the point? been: established over 5 years, during wbicb

Mrs..A. I. Miller present. And surely that is the A. t. Miller received two hand- time,it has served the banking ''public faithfully and
spent Sundaythe way we ought to live; we who are some Hudson automobiles Sun-
of friends at Marianna.C. travelers passing through this built up a large and prosperous business. The best
world to our home in the great day morning. They werefor
P. Gilbert of the Sexton beyond.-Ex. parties at DeFuniak., ,service possible is none too good for our country
community was in town Tuesday .. 1 .. -
The fisherman will soon be on customers and the people of

Mr. Kilpatrick of Marianna, Mrs. J. Brown Farrior and little his job, and all are longing for

+ was a visitor in Chipley Tuesday. daughter, of Apalachicola] are the days when we can pull the --C'HIPLEY.

County Solicitor A. D. Carmi here visiting with the Dr's. par- beautiful shellcracker and bream.. I
eats Pro and Mrs. J. R. Farrior.
chael spent Mondav" .at the, county Envy is ambition tbat has turn-
site. Rev. Fred Schell sand wife of ,
;: : ed sour,says the Chicago News. ; -
Misses Nella Wells, Alta Davis eastern Tennessee came in Sat On 'the same hypothesis a lemon

and Annie Judson spent Sunday urday for a short visit with': Mr. must be a Jump of sugar that

[ Alford. ." Scbell's parents, Mr. and "Mrs.J. kept. late b urs'. ", .* ', ; Deputy Sheriff J. W. Williams Our many beautiful oaks are
-k PA i- r ,, .
P. Schell., made a raid on the blind tigers at now putting on theirnew, spring
County Surveyor Thomas Collins f We understand that the boardof

,i of Caryville, :was.. ' town, Mrs. Harris of Cypress spent 'county-commissioners! 'at'their Vernon Saturday evening, capturing dresses aud Easter bonnets, so

Tuesday. several days first of the 'week meeting Mopday did not let :the four negroes, whom he as to be in trim for the receptionof

here with her sister, Mrs. J, W. contracts for construction- of the placed in jail. the vernal equinox. ;{
Mrs Berta Blake visited I
with Williams whose little
friends at Marianna Saturday was quite, sick. 'daughter Verpon-ChipJey: : good road be- The Chipley Hardware Co. re- Every precinct in the county

and Sunday. I cause of an erro? in'the; adver- ceived another car load ot wire should have a boy's corn club

Senator'Buell Cook, who is attorney tisement published in the Ver- fence this week. If you don't with a healthy membership. It

J. W. Keboe ot Pensacola, was for the board of county ,dxt!; t j 3 1 If'.}i/ P it t have a good fence, around your means more Christmas money
here went'outto
"* Sunday; be Ver- commissioners, spent Monday at We think Jt,,a,,little early for farm it's not because you can't for the boys and more prosperity
non. Monday. Vernon, making the trip in his candidates to be soliciting promises get the wire. for the entire community. a

." W. O. Daniel was down from new automobile. of.pupport in the primariesto :

,,Campbellton and spent, Sunday I Mrs. J. B. Farrior and little] son be beld on the spring ot 1912. abo.*QO9Q999999QQQOOQO9Q99e09QQ999O9QQ0999QOO09999999Curiosity

.with his family.- left Sunday for St. Andrew; she The v f rs'abou1d be Slow"to'obligate r

W. A. Groover, one of Jackson being summoned there to be with their,support so far; in advance is Not Sin.It

ville's promicent usiness men, her sister Mrs. Carl Setterlind, not knowing*what the situation a .

'spent Friday here. who is quite,sick may be, or who of their

friends may be in the running.As :
Dr. and Mrs,R. E. Tiller,spent
Saturday night Through courtesy ,of Buell summer time I
Sunday with approacbes : will pay you to investigate -
,,.his parents at Pinelog. Cook and John T. Britt, Messrs. all towns and\ families should :
E. N. Dekle C. B. Dunn, 'S. A. look?!aiferyl.' sanitary matters. the prices and
Rev. W. A. Prince of Hartford :
Alford, R. C. Horne and editors "Filth "
flies i and
Ala. teyers, are oo
was crossing palms with
Wilson quality of
and Jones
.friends here were enabledto dream or"fancy1, but the sad, sol nyGROCERIHS.,_
Tuesday. take an automobile trip t downto emn truths;! ot medical science. '
J. J. Cox, one of Wausau's where-they at work Clean kill
prosperous are on the up; the'flies before they
merchants, was one of the i Vernon-Chipley good road, and are.hatched. Screens are .
'? visitors here Tuesday. witness an exhibition tree and than,
stump blasting with dynamite I I can save you
by ,
Mrs. O. L. Shivers spent the I, FO "
R. C. Horne Tuesday : .
week-end at Campbellton with $ $ $ $ $
/ The board of Wbite'o'r'; Lion Velvet
commissioners Beans
her-daughter, Mrs. T.A. Dekle. county ; !
met the above party.and wit- will yield three times as many as
F. B. Callaway, H. H. Wells, nessed the demonstration also. the speckled bean. $1 per peck, W. W. HARVBYEabrning
J. J. and J. W. Williams formed :
Work is $3.SO. b
progressing as well as pe r u s hel. ,

an auto Vernon..Monday.L. coule] be expected with the limit.I .- """,,-- -._.G...-A..DANLKV. ,
.' ed amount of laborers employedon ceoeooooeaoDO.OODOOOOCoDOCOooe.oee.ODOO..OO......
T. Sims moved Monday into it. -...'''''-- .-.',,--"., "-. .. ''''
thje residence ,on north 5th street
just vacated by Arch McQuagge. a. -- --- -- -
Considerable pressure is being.brouebt "T '!If.> '.'
lA.. G. McQuagge's new homejio 111,.. lJl
to bear by the friends of : 1
south 6th street has been competed -
t q r c'* ] and he moved into it last Hon. D. J. Jones to induce him

..l ,Saturday.. to yield Himself a candidate for1 '
,-: '" the appointment as Judge of the : '
Uncle] Jule] Solomon of Tallahassee ; ; .
," new circuit which the forthcom
was Tuesday and
I. was cordially greeted by his numerous jug session of the legislature will. ,, ,.
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friends. "'" create. The Banner sincerely* :
hopes.Mr. Jones will consent to '
A. J. Walt of Dear Bonifay, was -- '
font.of the visitors here Monday, accept me appointment: if, 'tendered ':
i and an appreciated caller] at tb him, as the barof the State( Qp ratiotis'c '

+ inner sanctum. of Florida doest not contain a: ,

[his Mamie Tharp left Friday member more eminently qualified ., ( I ; _

for Headland Ala., to assume hen to fill the position of Judge; .
position? as trimmerin a millinerestablishment than does Dan J. Jones of : I 11
Chip !!Il"iilI !-
at that place. Icy; and we believe if he will con-; ;;JI.,., "WC-: ::CI:"; i iP ,' .;,

>r. Yates, the Pensacola l optlr sent,to become a candidate for -I '. t .I
ciao, made bis regular monthly] the appointment that'he will have ''Plows '. !
visit here Tuesday, to look afte the unanimous endorsement o\ calls for Plow Gear. Hames. Traces Bolts Clevises
the interests of his patients. the bar of all the counties which :: and_ all;other things of the kind. ;

[rs. W. Coleman and chhfdren will compose the new circuit' t-wilirfind :;

are spending some days thia b \s.'1 You (bur stock complete and prices right. j

\week with her' parents, Mr. and MILLINERY OPENING., :.; .
r s. Cray ton Tiller, at Pinelog.' "

!'',T. J., Watts who has. '"been 1u The request Misses the Richardson presence of especially the Page Steel Wire Fencing is one of our specialties.- j

Savannah and Atlanta for two"ortbree .
returned, ladies of Chipley and vicinity: at.. veit iwjdths': 'See '
years to. Chipley .. /K ? us'before buying :
yesterday, and we understand he 'theiratore on Friday land Saturday ( \.1 tit I |
will now make this bis home! again'' ,-March 17th and 18tb, tcr wife .

'.Quagge' .. L.left Wells Sunday and via A.Jacksonviil .G, ,Mc>- ing.ness their Their spring line of millinery hats-and open otb. % ,< >* ; I. ; Dunn-ColeJDsn" Co. < I

where they will spend two er millinery is complete, and the .

days, for Gainesville,''where they prettiest ever shown in Chipkyv A. G. McOUAGGE ; ,
.. General
will attend,the, a'rapdJochre meet ( ,. Manager. ,
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of the Knights, of Pythis. Butter 30c! Sch JJ's

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