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Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
March 16, 1911


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“The town that was built on a railroad,” Chipley is the seat of Washington County, located inland in Florida’s Panhandle, just south of the Alabama state line. First known as Orange, this small West Florida community was founded in 1882 in anticipation of the arrival of a railroad that would connect the farming area with markets in Pensacola and Tallahassee and in neighboring Alabama and Georgia. Shortly after the line was completed, Orange was renamed Chipley in honor of William D. Chipley, vice-president of the Pensacola and Atlantic Railroad, a notable figure in the political and economic history of the area and an aggressive lobbyist for railroad land grants. The town’s first newspaper, the Intelligencer, edited by J.C. Langley, also began in 1882. The Intelligencer was renamed the Chipley Banner in 1893 and published under this name until 1943, when it merged with the Washington County News.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
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p 1' The following: trom the DeFu- The city tax ,books are now The'divorce evil is constantlyon cost bands that burn like redbot

niak Herald would be good for open. Your taxes are due. the*increase, and ministers, fetters. ..
INSURANCE : WALTER COOKV Not the only but one of the: ,
Chipley to '
sociologists and statesmen* are
City Tax Collector. means that must be employed to
"Now,that summer .is' approaching .. very much concerned as to the
Fl: B. CALLA W A Agent ,why not.rte us'' ,me sort check and prevent the divorce
.. FOR SALE. best means of arresting it. Va- evil, is for the press and pulpitto
of a scheme' tor.' &,,,inkling the
I r-' 1 am pleased to, .tell ,the people' of White, or Lion Velvet Ueans; rious schemes and plans are proposed lay more stress on the serious
streets? It seems to us that some '
,Chipley and vicinity,that I have purchased will yield three times as many as and truly, somethingmust responsibility of marriage.
'. the insurance business of Buell. plan might be arranged, without the speckled bean, $1 per peck, be done, or the cancer will .
1 Cook ;any great cost,to any one, wbere. $3.50 per'bushel.: continue to grow more offensive, Waggons/ and buggies; well,
i J represent only the very; heat com by the streets might be sprinkled G. A. DANLEY. and its roots reach the very vitals yes; and the best made, too;, the
"panieet-those time tried and Are 'test. at least once a,day and. travel .. of our institutions. civil and pricelike everything else we sell,
ed. If you not insured I would be
and traffic made much
.I more MILLINERY OPENING. religious. Our observation is
I the lowest. Dunn-Coleman Co.
r- ,fflad to write you: a policy .:
agreeable on them. Only yesterday that back of the divorce evil is
J The value of insurance cannot be The Misses Richardson espe-
'rated. Ask a'man who owns a policyif we heard a little lady in cially request the presence of the the marriage problem. We be- DK. T. G. YATES,
he;will, fell it I The savings ot a the daintiest ot white toggery: ladies of Chipley and vicinity at lieve that in the great majority' With TWENTY '
,lifetime may be wiped out ju a few come about as near cussing outfigJ1t '
of cases it is the result of hasty, .
their store on Friday and Saturday EXPERIENCE as an
minutes. Not if insured'Therefore
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you as a dainty maiden can, just and unwise marriages. Men and EYE SPECIALIST
I would, advise you to March 17th and 18tb, to wit-
because something she,was wear women rush into matrimony with WILL BE AT
,place your Insurance with me. ness their spring millinery open-
ing had been spoiled by the dust. Ing. Their Jine of hats and other little or no thought. of the serious Dr. Wilson's Office.

F. B."Callawayf: \ / Let's have the streets sprinkledonce millinery is complete, aqd the results involved with erroneous From IN GHIPL.BY, .
in while.' ELEVEN. SIX oV'ck
and false views of life, and actu
i Insurance Agent .. prettiest ever- shown. .... in Chipl.y.; I ated by sensuous and mercinary First Tuesday In Each Month.:

I 'Call in and see our line _of I+p.- HA Y-$1 per 100 at the barn. I motives. Afterward there comes Examinations FREE.
'I" My Pensacola office U Room No. 410
send! i in Youj" a.}bscrjpgo: !,; ? amel ware.. :Dunn-Coleman Co. See Postmaster P, Schell. the' rude but real awakening, and lilount Building '

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No. '7'7'78.
Report of the condition of The Firs 4A '.# >. -
PUBLISHED EVEnT TUUWflfAY, National Bank, at Chlpley In the Btato
.of Florida at tbe close of business,
At Chlpley Fla. March 7th 1911

WAa.I UI W. JIOMBB, Editor. Loan and Discounts.. .. . ....$179,070.1'
U.S./:: bonds to secure circulation 60,00000!
Entered a' the pmtofficB at Chlploy, Fla.. a. Premiums on U. b. Hands .. 201.09
eocmd clM mall matter.SUBSCRIPTION. Bonds Banking, securities house ,furniture etc.. ..and. 8,00723 All kinds feed stuff i

fixtures.. ". . '" ., .. 20.430.C8 .- .. .-' ... ,. ,f
: RATE: Other real estate owned .. 2,338.80
ONE TKA.B,.... .... .... .......... ..tl00BIX Due from National Banks (not ,
MONTHS... ... .... ... .. .... .. 60 reserve agents).. . . . 6,954.0' .

THREE MONTHS,... .... .... ...... ..85Adwtiolnw Checks Due from and anproved otber cash reserve Items.agts. 14,433.8 1,263.69! For the Horse, P '

Notes of other National Ranks020.00 k '
rata 'tarnlahcd on application. Fractional! paper currency
nickels and cents.... .. .. 148.28 ,
Communication live Lawful money reserve In JJank: 'I
of local Interest on, are 'solicited especially It Specie.... .. ... .. .. 8.&U5 ; Forthe Cow '
Is understood, however that the publishof Legal-tender nctos 030.009,478.15 ., :1. )
THE HANNJCB will not be responsible Redemption fnnd with U. H.1.'reasurer ,i : ., : .
((5 percent of circulation \ '
for (
opinions expressed by correspondents. .. .. .. .. .. .. .'. 2,500.00Tolal..5290.401.02' : '" i- : (. ,

TTK BANNER wants live representative ;" ,: '/,1; For the Chickexas. .

and correspondent at every poatofnce LIABILITIES. I, (' t.., w Y r1t.C'''. .,. .....".atusaw 'tit
In the county and will make liberal arrangements Capital stock paid In..S 50,000.00 n'V.
with the rlen Surplus fund ... .. ... .. .. .. 20,000.00 ., :'; ,i 1 ;*1;' .,
Undlvld profits, less expenses I ':

TNUr BDAV. March.G, 1911. and taxes paid.... .. .. 2,948.45 For the $os .
National Bank notes outst'd'g.: fiO.000.00 : ,
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and Bankers... ... .. .. 5,00030 ) ,
It is said that more 3,000, persons Individual deposits subject to "

check. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 133.S38.28\
are dying daily in the famine Time certificates deposit .. 30,839.79 ALWAYS ON HAND

district in China. Cashier's Bills checks outstanding ? 74.50 ,
payable. Including certIB
y' .. cates of deposit for money .
borrowed.. .. .. .. .. . .. 5000.00 I
Now that the Democrats have Total.. . .f390,401.03 Get Our Prices. V'.. I

control of the government, the -( tate of Florida, County of Washington: I I
-' I, W. O. Butler.Jr.. Cashier of 'the ,',:
country will watch what they do above named bank do solemnly swear '

with it.The that the above statement Is true to the '
best of my knowledge and belief. : ; : ;:
,M W. O. BUTLER, Jr., Cashier Campbell & l Dekle> i 0 :r

( I JN.; Dekle, ,
talk about wiping out par- Correct-Attest,: {{ A. D. Campbell. ,

,? ty lines is all idle erosiip. No political :. ( S. A. Alford.Directors..

surveyorlivingcouldiocate Subscribed and sworn to before me this
14th. day of March, 1911.
,present, party lines. ./. H. F. Scarlett, Notary Public.
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.. The traveling expenses of gov- Notice Is hereby given that I, J. U.
ernment officials and employes Green, Jr., as guard tan over the persons I
and estate of Clifford. T. Ureen, Mae rinding Onym. 8
last year amounted to$12,000,000 Green and J. Milton Green, minors that Thursday and Sat-
I shall apply to the County Judge of Tuesday
President Tatt has ask the Sec Washington county Florida, at his office urday of each week is griding r

retary of the Treasury to sendto of In April Vernon A.said D 1911 county, authority on the 10th as guardian day days at the Chipley Grist Mill. "ashy. a. oods. ;

the economy commission all of said minors! to sell at public or
private sale for cash all of the Interest, M. MORRIS,Prop. V l
travel records for the last fiscal right and title of said minors In and to j

for the of tabula- the following described lots or parcels of 1 Moster'a 8sslo. When things put I::1
year purpose land situated IrK the town' of Chlpley, are through the wash. .

tion and reyision with a view to Lots Washington Nos. 17 and county.18, according Florida to, the to-wlt platof : Under for and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure you can tell what they 'ace -
$085.75. for principal and interest -
reduction and economy. tbe town of Chlpley, and bounded on and also the earn of 185.00 for attor .Goods
My the .
Test foe 27
the north by Watts Stoocjl tYears.I
1 by Sixth the Avenue on the east ney's fees, Issued ont of the Circuit Courtof .. ., .' .
street south
by an Alley .
i Washington county, Florida, on the \
Breaking all records and on the west oy Lot No. 19, the said 4th day of .. In a cause keep up with the. new: things, and, I
by some two lots **
being formerly occupied by C. J. wherein Grocery *TAHI* t* gp
Sessoms Company
thousands, the total number of said ol, Chlpley.deceased, as his| home In the organized: and existing under acorporation I hold fast to the.good_. **lJes.,._
the laws of Alabama and the First Nat.
public and private bills introduced This. March 9, 1911. lonal Bank of Anilalnsla. .a corporation WUA XO.J1.D ejyi two. 1
J. II. GREEN, Jr., organized under the laws of the United f
in the House during the three As Huard jan. States with Its principal office In Andausla 4 r3 r g .cJf n 'I'E,4? *btim
sessions of the Sixty-first con- state of Alabama, were complainants ''V for'you.
and, T L. Davis and E. r. Davis
gress was over 33,000, besides Notice Is hereby given that 1, Minnie were defendants I, as Special Master appointed V My stock of
L. Jones as guardian over the persons In said decree will offer for sale Hardware. i
1,500 resolutions of various kind. t T, f-,1 '. "", wrV-rr
and estate of Mabel Jones ilyrtly Jones, and Hell at public outcry to the highest v I
The highest number of bills introduced Minerva R. Jones and Pearl Jones min and best cash bidder betore the courthouse Ra!JM.t.f\t2.C .,. Ib.1msL} S I
ors that 1 shall apply to the County door in Vernon, VV ashlngton coun
in any democratic congress Judge of Washington county, Florida, at ty, Florida, within the legal: hours of sale Doors, Coffins and Caskets T '
his office In Vernon, said county, on the on Monday the third day of April, 1911,
so far was 9,800, in the fif- 10th day of April A 1>. 1911. for authority the following described land situated in f Guns and. Am. munl-
"Hr'n't() tfUCT 4 > as guardian of said Washington county, Florida to-wlt
ty-third minor to sell at :
congress. nubile or private sale for cash,'all of the East half of North-east quarter of Section tion, .Iy, ..mite. Crockery
Interest, right and title In and to the fol twento-two(22)( ) Township three ((3)) Glass

lowing described IotA or parcels'' of land North! of Range thirteen west. nr wareEnamel.... ... ,"" ware..... 1i ,I
situated In the Purchaser to for deeds.A .t i "
town of pay
President Taft is Chlpley. Washington
said to have :
county b'loridato-wit.: Lots Nos. D. CARMiCHAEL: eyi.9.J- !; 69a 1
had four reasons for mobilizing 17 and 18, according to the plat of the Special Master. Japa-Lac '
town of Chlpley and bounded on the Oil, Farming I'
the army and navy in the vicinityof north by Watts Avenue on the 'east by I 1

Mexico: To enforce the neu- and Sixth: on street the west on by the Lot south No. by 19, an the Alley Raid DR. R. E. TILLER; Utensils l ., Pcture; ; :Fran. ,"

trality laws; prevent establish- two lots being formerly occupied by C. J. DENTAL SURGEON .(mjtd e.Lto.order) aad.
Whltehurst. deceased, as his home In the .
I' but not least
ment of a troublesome independent said town of Chlpley I

government in Lower California This March 9-1911.MINNIE i.. JONES Chipley, Florida Fishm0.Tackle\ that's,"*i f9ris i hilw.OA.T .

As Guardian Office over First Nat'l Bank. .
protect the interests of
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with the Diaz government Report of Board of Public Instruction of Washington County YO>JRS'TR1JLY.: I

; and show than our arm- For Month Ending February .28 1911. F R. 0. ,

ed forces could be Rotten together Date. No. War. To whom "and for what paid Amount.

quickly. Feby.! 1000 Eliza Payne, teacher at Deadntnfr.. .. .........:..9 9000 RQR.wuJu
", 6 lost K W VanUniut,'and teachers, at Chlpley.... .... 4150 00
'6 1002 Hilda Melvin, teacher at Pt. Washington: .. .... 4000 \
"" e 1003 K I Mathews ace teachers at AHIlvlllo.\ ....... .. .. 28500 .' ,
Commenting 01004 Zena Willis, teacher at Tompklns .... .. .... ...... 3000 '
upon a suggestion '". 6. 1005 W T Home teacher at Bun net Pond... ....:...... 3500 '
i. made at the recent conventionof 0 lOOfl T.Go.lner.tell.chera tlulphurt\prlngs.\ .. ........ 3500 V } ,
0 1007 M R Robinson, teacher at Long Bay.. ...... .... .. 4500 : '
the Florida Bar Associationheld 6 1008 A B Nelson- and asst.. at Plney Hill *.... .. .... .. 62l1O.,. College :
at to 6 1009 Bessie G Bowen, teacher at Welte Oak. .. .,.... 3000 I ,
Pensacola, seeking to re- 6, 1070 lI'redChesllut..teacheratIJolmesCreek... ...... .. 3500 *... ,
form the jury system the Kis- 6 1071 James Swindle, teacher at Liberty......;.. .. .... /. 30 00 DVPalmer ". 6 1072 Esther Miller, teacher at Lake Rlley...... ........ MOO ;
simmee Journal says that "it is "" 6 1073 Lizzie Aays, teacher at Midway. ......... .. .. ...... as 00 A Christian .. .
fl 1074 David Gilbert, teacher at Cypress..... .... .*... .. 30 00 school for boy and girls. ttendaoce'lare-er than ever Ii:1'.
proposed to abolish the require- 6 1075 Jessie Johns, teacher Pine Island ......:... .. 3000, before. Strong corps of.teacher*, tar.-e and j..u.1 uI Ip.d school build* .$
ment of unanimous 6 1076 Maggie ilowrv, teacher at Santa Rosa. ... .. .. .. MOO Inga. Two dormitories.. coos .
consent -to a 6 1077 Perla Corbln, teacher at GOand Lagoon. .......... as 00 board. CarefuToveraiffhtExpenses. : : mo2- .. '
verdict, so that in case there are a 1078 Ed Skipper teacher at Rooksvllle 2 mo.... .... .. 60 00 erate., Gymnasium; Tennis, and other out door .....1 .. <,;
". 6 1079 DFC.unnlnllbam\teacberaGDouIlJals.! ...... .. .... 3000 I"' J" r r' .tai. ','\-f UVXT (,':.,,
six members ot the jury, -the a 1080 Lesslfi Carmichael, teacher at Pine Log..,. .... .... 30 00 Spring Term. Fcb.- ; .
r a 1081 FAl Douglass/ new build Ing at Douglass.... .... 3000 Begins n I. V .>,
? agreement of five of them shall ,a 1083- Patience Koulhac teacher at Sylt!aids.. ...... .... 3500 A splendid time for :? ,
constitute verdict where there a 1083 CAMlIJerll.ndasst.att-blpley,2mo.. .. ...... .... 19000 pupils to enter; Will be admitted to any claj4-
1 ; "" 6 1083 M E Allen teacher at St.: Joe. ................ .... 27 110 es for which they are prepared. By time will be saved' In .i:;&ii' \
'. are twelve j jurors, the agreementof 6 1084 JU Denton & Co. new building ot Redhead ...... 3178 education We''would call special aitent to tie taueh't
a 1085 Eliza English, teacher essomstill.! 2 mo...... 6000 fact that classes
ten ofthem shall constitute a -". A 1080 Cathern Koulhac, teacher a* Lilly IIIII........ .. 2500 by the regular Academy faculty are belag'atatte 'i 'aCCOlPmodate' 7th *nh
verdict." The Journal thinks 6' 1087 W U Lookey, recording .. .. .. .. .. ............... loo, 8th grade students thus by"this special t
6 1088 Chlpley Danner, printing report. ..... ..........., 200 be attention enterlng-'now: they could. 'i.
;: that this change would be beneficial "" 6' 1000 Oer. Amer. Lbr. Co. shingles for Allanton( ..... .., 9 M prepared for the, academy next yea o
a 1001 Parish Bros. Incidentals .. ......,... .. S 40 For further information, and address :
and that better results ". e1003 Jl H Tiller, commission as treasurer... ........ .... 2533 catalogue. }:'
k would be obtained a 1093 BJ.Galner.alah\ryas! upt... ... ...... .... ....... .. 10000 .M
"' than under the .". .6 1094 U B Bush per diem and mileage ... .. .... ... ... a 80 Rev..Lynn-R.Walker, President ;'
:present system. We are rather ', a 1095 W F Russ, per diem and mileage.... ...... ... .. .. 500 ;;
: ., 8 1000 BF carter, per diem and mileage....... .... a 00 Pfqf. 0V0. F1 pert Principal. ,
4 inclined to agree with the Journal .6. 1007 T Cbt'pnena and teachers at $t. Andrew... ...... 240 011(
:;, i'" a 1008'1lewellyn Powell and asst. at Panama City. .... 1011 00 :
'r on proposition. .6 1009 John Bead well
" work on house at Allanton, .. ..,. 1300 ,
{i.i. '. 4t". 7 By amt. of W"B Gainer, tax of 1910..... ...,. ,...,. 8l3 511 I
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on Fund,. 1066 02 .S.
.-", Improved farm isV "". 27. A CCroom, tax redemption .........,. 485 'BA
f. "'-" machinery 27- .'; A UCroom, t. & N license tax 1910.,,. 4773 V M JAljl. IN.N ,j
,. ; one of our long suits; see our dis- "" 27 A C Croom, "'0. fcx.!:] CoC tax. ..,.....,. 3737 ,. ., _t,
. .* 27' A U Croom, W. U. Tel. Co. tax... .... 729 'E. .
: play. Dunn-Coleman Co. 37 A O Croom B O & St. A tai 1909...... m 00 M, [NEWMAN, Proprietor. ,. ;
,27. .r W B Gainer tax of 1910.1.,.....'.. 300006 fMH-OMMMMMM
.::: Many of the disagreeable :' 27 W B Gainer, poll tax of 1910. .. ...... .. 330 00 Bty Hood 1orlda. ,
Mch. '1 To amt. of Indebtedness ..V. ...: .. ...., .......? 154 SO ;
.J things we hear are from persons 1 To amt. cash on hand to bal.:: ....... ....... .;...... 806393

p>r' ,who claim to be our friends. .. ...>558 77 5558 77 Mecca of the Tourist Angler. Sportsman r:, "

.., V' Mch.,. "-1 To amt cash' on hand brought forward. ..,.., .1 3003 93 M..1., '.'J."
'Why don't you put a good fence 1" To amt.. warrants.glltstan4Jn. ...; :...... ....., 105383

'. .V 'around'your farm; we have the 1', Amt.,.cash.In'r1."h', :.,,...... ..t.;:..- (411475 Rates Per Day Newley Filrnkhed Find Boating, .
We hereby certify that the above Is'a true and correct report of the Board }
; wire ; about it. Dunn Punbllo Instruction $1.00 and $1;50 Good Table "
come see -us ,frr month of,February 1911. j and Bathinfr.,
I Col rnao'Co.-- '" .' G: B, Bt7SII'Chairman., !f ;Jp*, ciu
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THE BANNER.Dlr : : .-Swlth the famous author "

tad wit In describing bit early mar, THIS ":SODTiMIN L1PIINU ACIW y:

lied life In t Yorkshire parsonage told Good News"I ;
Dlr.*t.*y. bow to* made a butler out of a village
M. E. Church, Sout .Preaching..Yer3 Xnem.rnxi.oo: OOIDpany: <'
lit and 3rd Sunday at 11 a. m. 'ftI,8 p. m. 1At H
B. O. WillIam.. PI.,tor. \ manservant was too expennlveo write to tell you the OFAlarianna -____ S '
Sabbath School: 10 a. m. W. N. She,,", I jennght up a little garden girl made good news that Cardul -S I'
Superintendent. I ttk* a milestone christened her Bunch. has .y
helped me fco( much '
Prayer Meeting Thursday nights. I Florida. ,
Young Men's prayer meeting Tuesday pat a napkin in her hand and made ber and I think it Is ,j

e7, nights. Everybody, cordially Invltpd.Bapttnf :I my billet Tbe girt! taught her to worth its Weight! In go lust Invites your attention to its New Line Policies, a* embodying the..-..xlmum
; read, IQrs.-8ydney to..w-jlt. and I undertook
Sn4 : became the writes Mrs. Maryan Mar- of practical protection at the lowest practical price. A remarkably
,+ Church-Preaching even per {morals. Bunch:
and th-Sunday.: Ber. Collter.pastor. best butler in the comity." shall, of Woodstock, Oa. cheap contract but safe and conservative and backed by borne capital. r, .
(Sabbath School 10 a. m., )". V. Uawk. Bat Bunch was not merely butler- "I do hope and trust
+ Bnperlnteneent. that ladles who suffer- W. H. MILTON President. ,yak
Prayer Meeting Wednesday nlghU. she was valet too. A visitor thus describes are '
ber: ing as I 'dId, will take Directors' 3.Ca1 ..John MUton. Jr., W.n.W ton. N. A.BaltMU.
j.E. BrooJSlLJ; M, DUIOO., H-JI L.wis. John Mitten,UI.OOG .
"Coming down one morning. 1 found Cardui, for it has been a I I
r..aeaoe DtreeCory"
t Bunch pacing P and down the passage God's blessing to me, and IDOOcooc OOOOOOOOODeCODDDOOOCI.DIIO.GOeIf '
.: Office hours 7:30 a.m-to 7/ft,i'r i>l.l .its '
C pept Sundays, before her master's door .In a will certainly help every

East found mall closes at,!Qgp! |.m state" of great perturbation. ,lady who is suffering."
,, West-bound mall closes at 5:10 p.m. t .Wbt is the matter Bunch His Machinery you want, we have It. Write

.I Mall from Vernon arrive* at ,0.a. ,ip.. .""Ob, ma'am. 1 can't get no peace of B53 us for catalogue, prices and terms. ;
and leaves on arrival of the eats .bone mind.til laTe got master' shaved, and- rt

mall. be's so late this mornlngf keCARDU,1 MALSBY COMPANY'I. :
Sunday hours: 11:30 m.. lo A2J30 paio.. "'TbI8"pttlnl' master shaved' consisted

Money Orders Issued at all hours when In making ready for ,him with a
41 Sooth rCA.
omce Is open except Sundays..T large painter's brush a thick lather In Forsyth., ATLANTA
.T P HC1IEL.L 7. M : I -j
i a hag wooden bowl as big as Mam- 'We 'sell the following well-known ,good: 'Amedcaa, ,
brlno's helmet which she always ron The Woman's Tonic Bench Dromgold Oeiser '''PeerlesS'i" .and.Smith. Myers.aSchnier.Saw.
our dabbing LI.". sldered a. the most Important avocation Mills In all sizes anti capacities; Erie Cily, "Peerless,".alld Houston,

r BAKKBB and :klemi-weekly Atlanta of the morning." .No matter' if suffer Stanwood & Oamble Engines and Boilers In all sizes; ChalK -tr.and'PerMas .f.Shingle' .

.';Journal per year f 1.79. '" YOU' Machinery;-Band Saws, Edgers, Crist Mills. "pc:.. .ess" Threshers ,
'BAitNlraandThricelwoekhiew fprJL from headache backache Platters;Steam Feeds,and various other Machinery,Repairs and Mill Supplies
I' World, per .sear-$1.65. Danes Were Skinned. pains 'in arms, shouldersand Wercan furnish you ,the,.best Machinery on the market and fit&e.same

BjJnrcB: and Semi-weekly Tlmes-Un- In former times the Danes used to legs, dragging-down time save you money, We.have no branch house.'

nand Citizen pet,,ear.; 1.50. ry-e feelings, etc., or if you .

BAHKKB\! and Home and Farm per year they were canght they were skinned feel tired, weary, worn- r

11.31\. and their skins nailed to the door ,of out and generally miser- UNIVERSITY Of 'FLORIDA.GAINESYILLE Florida State College fort Women t

s-I: tho church they attacked. In course able Cardui will help you. TALLAHASSEE *

of time all the exposed portions would It has helped thousandsof Bat
General Directory: A Superior Inexpensive Institution .for c'conegeof Aria and Scions :NeratM'Sckool.School .
peel off; but that covered by the nail other weak, sick ladles Florida... .Yonojr Men. &*, of Music School of Art. School at Bxpnskm. -

'. ,. JlTATlf: FnwA .. .would be protected and thus bear testimony and, if you will only give Pour cnileirefl. aorlcvltural experiment (station First. School clan of Home equipment Economics.C. thnwvhoat.. TsitkMraa.

'Governor-Alber W Qllehrlst. to the cruelty of the ancient it a trial, you will be, University. : ezten: ek n. 46 proferaom and awiat. (: Other expenses rr low. .....,ilstfcrsiatloaiaddress
ant M vtt eat 'InoxaM attendance last
Secretary of State-U. ,CI..T Qr4w1 IQr4: JCngltimefU: } In the London'' Collage thankful ever after.' year. Attractiv.bnl4lugs.; and cam1>ult. For ,
of Burgeons may be seen three speclmens catalogue address, .. A. MVIPIKEE.PruMcK. EDWAIB C.NIAa4 PrMMtRk

I Attorney General. Park Trammel l1. of human skin bearing labels ,/ -

'- Com. Aurlculture, E. MeLin.I such as this: "Portion of human" skin ..-

Treasurer-Wm.Y-,Knot said to h* that of a Dane from the FARQUHAMACHINBRY :00..

I Supt. Public Instructlon-W._M Hollo- door of a church at Hadstock Es- ,Willing to B. Martyr 431 B. Day Sffoet,
specimen Is froo\CopJ
I, ,sex. A qe f14d
way. .ford, in Essex and a third from'the Some years-ugo u French tradesman ..JACKSON L.L.ER L.ORIDA.
r \ Comptroller c Croom. cathedral. stated that be,wished to be guillotined
north rdoor of Worcester
Instead of a murderer who had been Everything for the saw"until: and
Supreme Court-Thos. H. Sh Bach fragments sacrilegious. Danish
I Chief Justice M. B. Mabrv. Cler. found doors In condemned to death. Of course the .
; bide have been on plaining mill. We are,BOW lHnff
authorities declined to'do be .
l as wished
Railroad Commlssfon Undion Burr W..tmlDst81"'abbe7.
and be weut' away vowing that |the the well known Fa"J1Iha. 3dsu hla.
Chairman; R. C. Dnnn Clerk.

Judge first judicial circuit-J,,' :mpMlttWolfe. KILLS A :MUUDKUKIt.: 'would later on.give his life' for some one' else cry, direct to the.user,:wWoh.a ,........

r Pensacola, "' A merciless murderer IB app xJlsltls. A Russian peasant! who was: noted saving to our customer!

State Solicitor: llrst Judicial. clrcol -J. with moray "Iot. m.. but Dr. King's few( for his gulet piety Offered to be shot; in 1'Physicians

Walter. 'Kehoe"IT. .. Life Fill*kll| it !VJT prevention They gently order to save a revolutionary 'who was Large Stock--Easy.Teao..

I" Umplate. stoaiaob, fiver and Dowel* preventing waiting'the carrying out of the death Send for Catalog'! ..and Prices

1 S., LAND, OFFICE OFFICIALS:, bat eloirtl_K>thal Invites appendolts \ !- penalty. This he said; was not done '
"\ ., earing constipation, headache, bfl.llonsness out of any sympathy for'' the accused
B. s. Chubb Register Gainesville
"ebilU. 880 at 8 E McGeaehy's, but merely to show his disapproval,of

Shields Warren..Receiver ,GafnpaTll.'WASHINGTON the principle it taking Jives of crim Advise -

COUNTY OFFICERS. Were Kind to Him Probably the most extraordinary: ; case the use of ft goodlaxattve, tq keep tba bowels ,open and prevent the poison efvodkested
A West Philadelphia man who wasseverely on' .that food from gettinginto your' syst m.
waa a Quebec cltlien
.:::, ,Circuit Clerk-W. C. Lockey..Vernon. injured some month ago of T-he latest product of science: IrVELVO Laxative Liver Syrup purely-vegetable. g ntU.
/ who himself off
passed as a murderer
: ? County Judge-- A. Hgs tco.Uion,Vernon, ., at reliable and, 'of pleasant, aromatic taste. Velvo acts on,the Over, as weB as .n tt
took fright an au-
,,,': Sheriff-O. O. Allen Chlpley. when-hlabom ( for whom tbe police were searching, stomach: tend bowels, and teef the>greatest posslbja,efficacy hi f p.........u..
tpjngbllf an<| bolted, upsetting the When the matter it ,
was Investigated 3
: B. Tiller Vernon. tVF
'rea.urer-H. ,
J: !f.,y- .",.\ carriage, has only recently been resIned was found that the self accused man
.1 "' :.'I', Tax. Asa esor-J. J. Wllllatni, Chlpley,
: } fqm the hospital Be la bad nothing whatever to do with the LAXATIVE
"' ,- Ualner bieon1n.r iTfT'fii
;. : : > '. Tax Collector-B. : *
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: "DOw'nd best of spirits well'f '
f crime. "No, be said, "you're right,
.: ,y1.t..: .:"_ Walillau.Supt. Public_" ,Instruction! -' B.F Gainer- withstanding the 'fact that severe I'm not the murderer but my wife
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.Sragpns .were necessary .40 order 10 such a miserable life at home
) f' : Mervlsor of R Beglstratton i.
: save his life.Jl that I thought, l'would escape, from :
s- XierKcoDfioa.
: : fioUcltorA. D. Carmlehael few days after he left the bospl41 matrimonial wretchedness by getting I L11U{ LIVER :SYRUP
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,.?'":: ._''. Chlplt".y.'I l kln a ly friend treated.,a>ke<] him If he_ bad been son's.the government to bang me.-Pear- :

;; County Surveyor-Thoi.- ColUns, Csry- -Oh. yesr. be said. *t>b. yes in- ,_ -
:, .' vllle,. Fla, deed Considering.the 'fact that they. Medicines that aids nature are always

.:;:_'. '., County Commissioners! amputate both my feet removed my moat. successful Chamberlain's Cough

;.:.. -. J. M. Simmons, Chairman,)iVfrnofl c&1la bony, cutoff my left thumb, trepanned Remedy acts on this plans Jt losons the Here's ,Good for I Ia

:. .... .' S. W. Bush, Chlpley. my brain took out a, piece of cough, relieves the lungs, opens the secretion a Slogan

B. F..Kvana Vernon. my onderjaw.and used my left hip *. and aids", paiure,la .restoring thq tys-
.;W Ji H. Porter Mlllvllle. boa In two I got ,along very nicely. lam to a -healthy condition. Bold by City.

." '. .J.'T, High tower,Vernon. They! ,we** most kind to what was left I/rug Store and '8 K MoOeacby Bigger and Better Business.,

... '- .School Board: of...."Philadelphia Preen, ,: 1" ,

,::. G. B, Bush, Chairman, Ortyige ll IUI || The..:Way She Dressed HIm.. J uSI.S14..SS.yw......
.' S. J. Gainer. St. Andrew,.. First Use of Iron. '
I W. F. Buss,,Vernon.CHIPLBY "What do yon want to be when you As a result of his !nteresUus'lnvplJttgatJonsJ DON'T BLOCK THE> : WAYS -
g'op>> ,np?" was allked-ot a small boy Dr. Rldgew&y concludes that /

by tbe.visitor. the smelting of Iron_, originated In .
II 'k : !] CITY Ob'FICIAW. "Oh.",said .h0, "I want to be a man, central Europe and especially In the Movers faatas. tbe procession--or,move,oat. Talt: ..tike
H. H'We11a.MarshalU. .
Mayor- bat I think mamma wants me to: be
't; ',. : M. Farrlor. a lady."-Ladles''Home Journal. region known tie Norlcum equivalent -pace o{,the company you are in. or make way, for. 'the 'JUatI
Austria and varia. -
;::. to modern pa
"o Clerk and Treasurer W. W(Cook. betiind.Don't .
In It be traced back to
Egypt can the
: ; .: Council-A. D. Carmichael chairman The Experienced Father.Wtfrr .
j v : '. ninth century B. C:, and In Libya to
!:, T; : '- C. nDunn.J..R.cGeacbr..C\i'T1J..Jj: : needs redecoratmg. '
)|jr' about 430 B. First' mention of Its
.*, v. :.,/ V W. O. Butler. Jr. What would you suggestfor. C. stand in the way of new ideas. Don't pauacJq.tba
:. 't. 'r;,. use Iq China goes back to 400 B. C.,
..,totr t4' :. ., ., -- 11' -" the.,.walls Husband-Corrugated while in Uganda it Is said to have path of better system. Don't settle down on tbe ladder of
'* try":' '
IrpW'SQopr4 '1 noDe: Companion. been< in acre- only some five or six
'4 success. Don*t be. a barnacle on the ship ofprellt'eu.\
J:!..VS \* .centuries." ,
( The Banner ,. Fully Blue, qui of every ten seas of rheumatism The above date for tbe first use of .... I I
1't -. Is simply rheumatism of the'mu..- Iron in Egypt refers to the ,metal obtained Change means progress. Progress means advancement
.' eles due to oold or damp or ,chronlo rbeumUf by smelting. The ,use of native .

) .. o>, neither( which. ,require. any Internal iron in the form of meteorites .. -

;a-an Chipley I FI a., treatment All that Is needed to afford dates back to 'remote antiquity.- The: Advancement, means,movement.. ''MOVEr.PON'T
"i:; relief ,. the free applioatlon of C'bam-- weapons, made from, these were obtained -

.}':. : .. beralo's| Llolll e." Give It a trial. You like flint Instlereents, by chip-

.s 11"' ....: Steadi'for the'_Upbuilding of are oerUlo to be pleased with the quick relief ping. And it'Is interesting to remember BLOCK THE WAYJ

: '"' ; .: which affords.. Bold by City DrugStore that recent investigations tut re''
: and B JC MoQeacby. shown that the iron of many metel;>r-

.f ,'.. Chlpley tee _la _a sort f\f, .natninl..___._.. steel, ___ ___u_ ----
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_';,' ..Y; 1"..'. .., ",. nave much mystery about It. but attending importantclub .
'IY!, eveding.thls-week
!:' end '
.t ; .: Florld.. Walthametow'strip' of Leytou to write for.o_oonfldcaUWl, letter bt r**
.. y J' the meetlngA.'P' f- Barber
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.; : /i. ':, .. ." .. :: old plying tor patent tit may b. worth m ney.
rurloim '' to
preserves the memory-of a 'Te so has mind They belong, U-. .au4.-oNip
role -Barely a. hundred yards brand. the'sarod club.. yod-knoW/', 'I.i=

jf ;: .Subscription, .$1 i 'Per Year. thisatrip of land belonging to .Waithamatow ."Why?bow,queer I My hnsBand say* ;PATENTS Shop. t e ,I. .
parish ran right across Ley- he; hasn't -.seen ypnr- husband ,In Six ..... ADI! ,fAWS .: ;t"TV J.. EN- ..
'-; :'T" to Bnareabrook. parallel tender. ." >Rll "oHi 71_ lee. Send model, .ketch ,
the lea
.'.., '" '' ton from rnonthsi"QJlejIland! o VTowwJ: w. MM! u', IMMEDIATE

)J ;;J:.gill':;. We make a Spedalty of .. with.the Bow southern came border Ley D of to Waithamston. ,be- .. '. "' .. 'J.. 'j.:' th ff:tihlv, +1et"port on pMea Willy.andom' No Waiting.

., ATTACKS gCHOOJL PKINC1PAUA eh--ar.ma1.nW.'lrry IM. 3 Barbers '3
", ? Layton1t .
I ." ':..w'"!:+ ->;. ciMMd 'by. this alien' strip '
/ \ :::7 Neat, ,was,said, had, onc refused to bury severe(ttacki"d school pyioolpal Chas P3i&2?.,
.. 1i ": ; a,body.found in the lea; Walthaocstow; 11. Allen ot I lyanlaj ,Oa. ..lw thus told by > EYCQ1hI .UIhtO-Ntitr.. .

::':}.;:. Artistic' eaB forward ,to.:do It. And In such, rim. "i'- r lucre tbadk'brae' :Tears I Buffer. Opp.U.S.Patent omc..,W" |Gtoa) D.C. -

I r. ..... It .w.. the rule that, the volunteering ed indescribable tortur\ from rheumatism, Share, ...... JSc.
'::1', .' : : ,Qonimeciat JIA.lqg:: parish might take from tb"' liver and stomach trouble and diseased kid- Haircutting, .. 2Sc.

:, ,... otter as, much land right: through to' bey. All remedies ailed until I need .Ble: REST All& HEALTH TO MOTHER AJ D CHILD. Shampoo .:'25e

": "',"'"r. j'y1''' ,:'; ,. -, tbe,,PtMR-dda M,UM men who carried, trlQB.tterabut\ 4 fouLbettles of this wonder 111...'W.Io W"..--11 avatn h.. tx.n.sad Massage. ../ ..-......- .
,1'...Ir..''. .th*,corpse could cover walking in,line Cal'remedycored me seompletelyd' .each MOTHBRS'ol"Otrer tor SIXTY their YEA CHILDREN Ra by MILLIONS WHILE of Hair Sipge,....,..... 3Sc:

I' ': The Banner band in, hand. uma extended. The e.ult*"ar.common;'ThousandJ- then TIUCTH1.NOL with, rKkKKCT, 8UCCKBS. U -
; We Solicit Your Patrtbuy
< ,. Inconvenient result ,worried. 'both purMMs orcarlng stomach trouble, female omlalnU ALLAYlhUJ'AINa CURES!: WIND COLIC and ..",

3 '". ,,antU ''the'.growth, of, population I ,kidn'ey dUordert;'; bllliousseaa and otutctjr U the bert harmln.remedy for Ba D1AJIKUOBA.sun sad ..k foe It toMn.i* a.... i

; : .' ? '" made new parishes necessaryLondon': :for health .n vlfcor.. Try them only DOoat X1"1 ?* 1Ioa4h1.Jr.8yre....* ad take tut other
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;( People A story"was.recently
.rr19 ;4'] f Judge fefkhapirffather) he supreme
Hundreds of Chipley Readers
court justice. 'I In the 'fearly days of

ay. ProlongTheir I dentistry a hickory plug was put Into Find Daily Toil a Du rden.

the cavltjto oil the space where a JOB
The hustle and worry of businessmen
t. Lives tooth ought to be. This plug bad to \
be gently pounded Into Its desired petition. 7 .
The hard work and ,
somewhat stoopingof "
The old judge was -
At advanced age the organs act addicted to strong language and when workmen, < '

,. '. ? 'more slowly than in youth. Circu- the dentist began; Ala wor ktke Judge The woman' household cares s

lotion becomes poor, blood thin and Indulged In some classic comment As Are too great a strain on the kidneys PRINTINC-: ''s" :
f 1 watery, appetite fitful, and diges- the tapping of the plug; continued he Backache headache, sldeache. ;.\.

tion, weak. This condition leaves threw all dignity to the four winds of Kidney troubles, urinary troubles '., ",:',...
the disease heaven and his l language became decidedly ."
1 ystem open to. such as follow. .. 0""
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i Coughs Rheumatism, Colds, Grippe, Pneumonia When however"more forcible, he arose than from elegant.the Read the following: and learn the .-' ., :' '.;:.

etc. cure, ,.
1. chair after what seemed to, him an : "" ;
..MtaYINOL*.,is the greatest health Interminable period of agony he pulled Walter Rawls, Fayette St. Marian- '
Creates good impression
.-....creator..and body builder we know out all the stops In vocabulary for anna, Fla., says: '"I suffered from a trl

--[:of;for'old people, as it supplies a grand climax. The 'Impression on kidney trouble for some time. My among"w your cor"r,4,

the'very elements needed to re- his listener seems to have been deep work requires me to be on my feet the > .

build ,wasting; tissue and replace and lasting. A* the l judge passed,out greater part of the time and on accountof : respondents and helps ,', '

weakness.with. strength the dentist, grimly. remarked to a waitIng a weak back, I was In misery. I

l patient) had often heard of Doan's business "'
Floor "Wasn't It beautiful? It wasn't real Kidney Pills to give your : .;.
N. T. off and finally procured a box. They
.(-woman who, felt she was .breaking' ly necessary,, to pound brtf' so long ,
.* ...._ soon proved their worth by giving me prestige.
.\ ao-wt t>r< sire and doomed to the but I did BO enjoy bin.Inflection: that I
.weak and feeble condition of old people. relief. Doan'a Kidney Pills have ,.'
Into my t. "I i
the hickory plug
: She bad 110 strength and the lightest exertion ; almost pounded
tired her, but VINO! made her splinters. 'Wondertul command of blghest endorsement." .. '
<" well and / \ "
strongand she state that she .
", ,. ;;f Mia tan.yearn younger than he did... language the judge hast". -Oase and For sale by all dealers. Price 50 5'S.I S. : T' :
,, /ore taking; VINOI, Comment. .
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, '

We' ask every aged person in Where Gannett Swarm. New York, sole agents for the United We.Do: Neat Printing ( :
1 ;: neighborhood to try a bottle One of the most remarkable sights States. : ,, :
VINOL with the -{ 1 '
understanding In the world Is Bird Island, In'Sonth Remember the name-Doan's-and Prlces..l7
Vuthat we,will return their if it'doeThot
money At Reasonable
Africa, for the .reason that during take no other ,

'" prove beneficial. some months of the year It Is literally .. '.'". '. 'Jf

"' ,)fE4'i McGeachy, Druggist, covered with ,ganneta Not a foot of ,

ground la to be seen anywhere. Day Raising Chickens.. .
Chipley, Fla. after day thousands of gannets strut The suburban man was all sym: I."p' "

".,' -- around, and they are' so close to each pathy. "
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'f. other that the whole Island seems ac- -What'a the trouble, my dear?', he '. ,

.... German Dialect In Wisconsin tually alive. Those, who have seen asked as he came home and found his Give ,us' your next, order, .. :,;; i
-'}'It'is twO! German women who are '
this sight say that It Is one which wife In tear."Ttrouble.. '
.:- ,speaking in the presence of an Irish can never be forgotten.Are enough" ," sobbed his young and we. will give you per- ..

woman. i .. .- wife. "You k-know that five d-doUar '
\irTbr tap-o'-th' morn In' t' ye, Mis I -- Do Incubator the man sold met Well, It feet'satisfaction, thus :
you frequently bourse)? you have
f Brettschnelder. ? 'Tis glad J am t' see exploded today and blew all the chickens I
annoyldg in 'your
thw"likes: aIye" las yet duughtherOretcben that tickling throat through the roof." making. you one of our ::
Does cough at night, and
?" yonr annov you -
goin t' the Hill th' morrow "Oh, well, cheer up, Martha. The
"Faith an' she la. Yen me bye,.IIelu- do you raise mucus In the morolnjcb Do man said it would raise chickens, and regular-customers.. :
take Chamberlain's :
.- rich can get th' bay baarse away from you want relief so you see It did."-Chicago News. ; .
Cough Remedv and will bo pleased. '
th' plowln' I t'lnk I'll go mesllf, be- ; you . City Drup Store and 8 K McUeachr -. '. I .
d.d.This' ,: -' .. -'..
*- Is"not'travesty. It Is a report of --- Three Insorlptlens .

r, .""...German.dialect The manner of speed: The,Curious- Eleotrlo Cl. v On the doorways of Milan cathedralare -Kf, ..: ,; ', ,1.-&

came 'about naturally enough. When three tnscriptldns. The first
Tha electric.eel,, which- common In '. .
*/"'* tbe.Germons'.arrhed here In full force! under carved rose wreath, runs. "All THE "
the streams of:;Brazil, Is possessed of
? .the"country was already settled largely that which pleases Is only for 'a mo .
by Yankee and Irish and the German a natural electric battery-a skin tremen- ment. The second," under a cross, .... .
dous one. the are two
bad to buy his farm here or there. Beneath* reads, "All that which troubles Is but
pair ..ct peculiar little bodies passing
Thus a number of them found them for a moment," and under the central a
selves locatedIn the'town of Erin, arch Is the Inscription That only Is 4'
near the tall. One pair is next to the ,
where, of (course they'leui-ucd the Jnn"guage'of which la eternaL"Th.
"" I back and the 'other near the lower fin.
the country And UnveIt
These bodies. are 'made up of a great
to my fellow rcJtlzens In "NVIsconnln'
whether a German cannot speak na number of little cells, two or three hun- First Day Out. Fla.

dred of them, and plentifully supplied Steward-Did you ring, sir? Traveler ,
__.,.broad and rich a brogue as, any son ofBrIx.Cbarles'D.
: Stewart In. Atlantic. with nerves. Examination of one of -Yes, steward, 1-I rang Steward LChipley ,

. these electrical organs has shown that Anything I can bring you. air? Trav- .
."" ,0/ ; "
*vl'e\ -.i Defined in action It la very much like a galvanic eler-Yes, st-steward. Bring me a : : *X 'I

."* ;t9 gny .Wine-Pa, what Is a prospec- battery with the anterior extremely continent. If you have one or an Island I
'UTe-' ( positive, the 'posterior nega- anything, steward so 1-lul-Iong as It's
bridegroom Mr. Wls*--Well, my
tive and .the current.< only dischargedat solid. If you can't, sus-slnk the ship.

onif; '; a young man;;bridegroom prospecting nowadays To the point of contact with an object. London Tit-Bits. ...................Q. .. I

an heii'ess.-H, Punch.' This has- been proVed to be so'power- I .
ful when complete that chemical compounds :
are decomposed by It and steel
j gCbamberlalu'e Stomach and Liver: Tablyt4lsvrlahlbring'relief needles magnetized. eI
to 'women suf .. SAY! .
I That now I I. the time to build that home or business house
'ffom'uljronlo'Qonstlpatlon, headache ..
[ ,
jfer1njf Gr.atly |Improy.d. you have been considering The present business depression ::
>blltlon a ss, dlzzlne88lallownf'S8'. ot the haa reduced the of lumber
price and
Da- buildIng materials labor
Mm. Mater-Have you seen Mr. ;
?'rT: a\J.1t d 'dyspepsia.l Sold by City Drug tar's son since he got home from college : is cheap and plentiful and you can build now for 25 to 50 per .

itore,and!8: K! .McU acby. ? Daughter-Yes, mat 'saw him We will send the Banner free for cent leap than in

!:{ last night. Mrs. M.-Has he Improved e
the term of this school to-
JUNE OR JUNE 1908. 0
'r.1- John Bright and- the Carpet much?. Daughter-Awfully.. He's .gota ,

A'characterlstlc: story of John Bright I mustache- To Every White Teacher : When you think of'lumberorrbuilding' material, think'of U8' !
fold Mrs. T. P. O'Connor In herbo4k"I1lyself" fact
Is by Did You?' I and tHe that we have completed a modern up-to-date mill ,
He was at dinnerone work mill, and can fnrnlsh everything made of wood used' in Go
Did whistle merrily
night with an &l.. P. whose wife you ever aa you In Washington County a building" fromsills!; to comb, and that we can.
means shared her husband's combed your hair on the morning after & {
by jtno the before? St. Louis PostIllspatch. .
night DO IT
... .democratic: sentiments. John Bright ,- : 0
was sitting near his hostess, and she Who will send us the news of Hash Mouldings e t
Framing Bank
at having him :
rather annoyed
was "
among her smart guests and thought Chamberlain's mach and Liver Tablets their, community. each, week,. or Blinds Doors Base Casings Ceiling Flooring Drug Store: 3 .

to live him a direct snub,so she said are safe, sure and >reliable and have / Frames Finish Siding Fixtures.
during, pause in the conversation: been praised by thousands of women who every two weeks at least. e I '

")titr.'Bright;, this rug, I understand, have been restored health through their .. estimates cheerfully furnished Freight paid to vour. sta- t.

:r was, made by you. and I am very dissatisfied gentle aid and curative properties. Sold: Correspondents may write on tlon if desired.

with It. I have only had It by City Drug Store and 8 E Mogeaehy. .

a short time, and. it Is very. shabby andbadly / any subject of general interest. $ MARIANNA MANUFACTURING CO.,; >:
r !'I, it said Mr. Bright, getting up The Forum The was Roman originally Forum.a marketplace Our only request is'that they refrain MARIANNA, FLA. $

deliberately from the table and takinga and only by degrees became the DIS'TANCB 1
from PHONB
silver candelabrum which he putdown center of Roman civic and political ,usingthe name of any I. !

r : upon the floor, and getting upon life. About B. C. '470, it became the .
in calculated give' .. .
: his -knees, closely examined the car- place of assembly of the people In person a way to .....
r, I petlV "You"'ar be said,
quite tight, their tribe and was gradually adorned '
offense. ----
blithely getting up; "it is -a bad'car. and other .
with temples great public The New York World *
pet sand I will order' my firm to send buildings. The Roman Forum-the We promptly obtain w./ s. and Foreign

} yon another In Its place." And then Acropolis at Athens alone exceptedIs Hear Thrice-a-week ledltioa.o .
be almlJ resumed his political ..conversation
perhaps the most thrllllngly Interesting : :-
li and the dinner went on.At.thitBoek.tor. spot on earth to such as know The Thrice- week World hopes to be 1yendmodel

.. and appreciate, ,the, teachings' of bis- lit 1908 better paper than (It has ever r
: You.
Tory. From"the Forum C8DE 'tbe au- ., been before and it bas made Its arrangements ,
., steWnor pbototilnventionior
Unattractive 8plnstel'-Cltn .you getme '
." gust laws \Vbl b 'governed the then accordingly. Its news service cpv 'reerepo"on lcntab1t1t o'or free book:
"A Man to Lore? Bashful Clerk- known world fgr-.more than a' thousand era the entire globe, and it reports .everything How n$o Secure I RADf-MARKS WiltS

Er-ah, you might ask; gentleman years ,' We want the News fully, promptly.and accurately. Jt
t. at the next ouuter.Uncle Kemua'Magazine. Is the not
.- only paper, a dally, which Is as
A' Pleasant Farewell.A Rood .as a dally, and which will keep TOO

Ilea : local minister bad had a serious N as completely Informed of what Is happening -L
T God only to tbuse who
f. \ }
time In fighting the 8aloon'element In 6O YEARS' throughout. the world. t1
love lfno(1' > nlwiiy: roiuly-to guard
< : urt his own town; and'had not'been backedup EXPERIENCE The Thrlce-a week World Is fair In Its Opposite U. S. Patent Office

;\, and defviKp" It.-\r".tt'r.: ... { ,. I! bis,efforts'by the"members of biIJ political reports. You can get the truth WASHINGTON D. C. "t

. .. -. own church. This, with other,*troubles, from IU columns, whether you are a Republican '
5J FJKKCK"NIGHT!: ALARM bis and In announcing .....
.5 A' -had led to< resignation or Democrat and that Is what
...... < ,
hosree his at his farewell want.A .

;..... ,.. I,. \ Ell nly the+ttttoVe4,startilnic bv croup cough; often of a II chlla aroused sud sermon be said; "I am going to do spealal feature ot the Thrlce-a-weck CURTIS L. JONES, :

I, 'r." Chamblta'ol Maoahoeter,U., U. r.n. something the devil' has never done. TRADE MARK World has always been Its serial fiction.

>o. 9 for their children ,were subject to I am going. to leave, .d.-Argonaut., DEMONSCOPVMIOMTS Itpabllshes novels by the' best authors In 1 Notary Public State at Large. '-
S ..L croup. "Sometimes: In {leevere attacks, he Aaron*sendtng..k..<-h end dewvlptlon. the world, fovea whlcb In book'form tell
.'wroterwe were afraid they would die, but' HAS MILLIONS, OF- FRIENDS.*" "quioklr umrtxln. our oHnlon..hfq fr*,. wb"tbw wa for $1.50 apiece and ltd high standard In
P F -- otiose.t iotieeeo"onu..nt:.,im MroSEa.Su this respect will be maintained in the future All business. entrusted'to
i .nc .,we proved wbat.a certain remedy Dr. How would you like to- number your =t J _.
y'.. .Klnia.lew Discovery Is, we have no feai. friends by the mlllions-as Bucklen's Arnica Pateiiu tokou throare4or. ".D gees ve as I In the past ; .' t will promptattention.
._ : have
areotlawfho.Iob.r s,la tie The. Thrlce-a-week World's my
We "1.Yoa It tor croup and for ooutb.or Halve: do>is. Its astounding, cure In the regular

any throat or Jung tru1l le." to do thousands past forty year made them. Its the best Scktttifk; lIErka11e subscription price Is only '1.00 per-'year Fees reasonable

ot others.. 80 may you. Asthma, salve in the world for sores uloors, eczema, A ti ntaitral ed _III,. J......., ere.eairtlohofany.eientlau and thla par for 1116 papers. We offer
fever J lagflpf'whooping couth, bemor.rba burn boll scalds "-r1"'' *..rm.$5at this unequalled newspaper and The Baner Can be found at Post Office
her cuts, corns, sore eyes, roar month.,eL Sold hy.I1 n.w.d..Nr., 1Jj ,
r a. fly before It. BOo and $1.00. Trial sprains* swellings, bruises, cold sorest has I eraa+'tt.ta rkiA.w together,for one year for$1.85.-'The xWausau .
bottMa frets. Sold' .by 8 MoUeaoby. for '26o lr CQbe regular subscription price. of the two pa
j ; .: no equal! plies, at S K JfcOeacby's, r etwohu' d. pen la Qm. .' ... FloridaA
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-, t,MILTON President.: N. L.-Vice-DEKLE President, F. M. QOLSON.Cashier. -- I.......................... :,

( irstNaUona1 Bank. ..WOOD'SHIGHGRADE 1 Wire ;;Pence f i t tb1

MARIXNNA, FLA. Farm Seeds. ;..,
Capital,4$50.000.00 ,e, .,
We are headquarters for :
I .
Solicits Accounts of Banks, Corporations. Firms and Individuals. the best in all Faro seeds.Gnss -.. -_ ; .

Our twenty,years experience iu the banking: business enables us to offei and r Clover.,Seeds -" ., .. r t l.r"'I..
facilities of bank in West F orida. We also .
_u i the best banking: any have afolly Seed Corn Cotton Seed t.-
equipped Savings Department in which we pay irtereat on deposits. Ac ,
:.ants by mall handled as'easily as by personal interview. s Cow Peas, Soja Beans, .11 ,- -3.,:_ .,.
.. Send us your business. Sorfhrnns,''Kaffir1'Corn, t, 1-; '4
F. M. GOLSON, Cashier. Millet Seed*Peanuts,'eta.Wood.I'Crop I .

i. e u'e d ..,
ANn IDES Special" ,monthly. ., .
.n give.timely .' .
I in
UBS plant each month
t I Wool FOR on CommNtlon.RAW FURS AND Write HIDES for |prlco10HH .I! .:. 11 the year also prices! of Seasonable .. -........ '-'-..,---- ---.. .- -
list mentioning tltia! ad. '";rP. l Seeds. Writo for copy .

WHITE & CO lOUISVILLE Ea tablt.hed 1837 < mailed&ec onrequest., Just a wWd partners 'and !fence Biiildersf :gQ ;

T. I. W OD & SOSSeedsmen ,- ,

1 'Bl;hmOl1d. Va. Having made, a deal/ for'Veit Car'Loads'

. . . % 0
,t .. -. 1 of The Best American.Steel Wire'Fence, we J:|

; .
Neat Printing : '< are in position' "make yb'ii ;better prices, $
School at Home. '

i Creates a good impression : Let the Carver School.teach you by ': than ever before. 0

mail, the'Art Iof'Photography. .
A among your correspondents : If you are seeking a'profession that S.-before buying' wire &.
I' IB not overcrowded and one that is remunerative
and helps to give your. business I respectable and pleasant ': elsewhere. It means 'money saved. :

I you are advised to take up photography -
prestige. -Let the Carver 'School teach

We do Neat Printing you.If yon are an amateur photographerand i Chipley Hdw: Co. !

a i if'} wish to make better pictures at a
at Reasonable Prices. lower coat, or wish' to become a pro .
tonal-Let the Carver School teach .......................... ..&
'1,,. ,:HI' 1" ,,", '. -.
Banner Job Office. you.If
you are a professional and wish
. . . .
to produce work; that will be a pleas
The First 'National Bank
ure to your customers and a 'credit. _
to 'Ou-Let the Carver School teach : ( :
ti OF'szilydia 3tf JJ
A *
Notice of Election. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. .

At a meeting of the Board of Public S. Land Department office at Gainesville of the InteriorU Fla. you.The Carver School of Practical Photography Designated Depositary of the United 81ptd .. .
Instruction held February Oth, 1911. It February 18. 1011. offers twenty cemplete, practical -
I was ordered that an election be held at Notice Is hereby given that! Ueorge E. and inexpensive courses covering ..t and Largest Dank In Wet Florida. .
5 Duncan School: House on Tuesday, the Simmons of Wausau, Florida, who on -.
OSG&N1.ZEJ:TVc.'Y' : ieao.Capital
10. :
31st day of March. A. D. 1911, for the October 12, 1904 made Homestead Entry. all branches of photographic, work. i of i'.{
purDosa of determlr .IK whether or not No. 351X 1. Serial No. of '
( 02000)) for-SEtf Write now for full' information It Is '' : -
Duncan special school tax district No. 11, Half million 'Dollars
NEf and NEK of SE}(Section 18.Township I ; f
!, shall| be continued.A 3 north Range 13 west, Tallahassee I free and places you under no obllga1- ''
petition was presented to the School Meridian, has (lied notice of Intention to tlons. Address 8urplu.... ana Undivided. .Profit. 1OOOOO.
Board and was published for four succesBlve -
make final five year proof to establish '
week In the ChlpLey: Banner In accordance claim to the land above described. before The'Cdr'V e fr School of Interest Paid in Savings_Depart 1If st'tite'6f'4 ptf:Cent1 per lit U.n.
with Section 401 of the School the Clerk of the Circuit Court: at Vernon. Pra tlcal'Photography.Lock .
Law of Florida} providing that all scwcisl I '
Florida, on the 30th day of March, 1911. '
tax: school districts be disestablished Claimant names as witnesses: E. N. Box 504 Waterloo, Iowa. THe 'Ili INatlotiol Bonk
by' like proceedings as established. I Everltt Sr. E. N. Everttt Jr., W-N, Ev- 'Of .
Every qualified voter within the boundsof erltt. of Cblpley{ Florida, R. E. Simmonsof tiNewcoL.A.W :
said district has a right to vote' for a Wausau, Florida. .K.BY...J...President.. ,- W.8.'X y..1to VI &.Pree
continuance of said special tax: school HENBV S' CHUBB, j D J. JONES.: W.Jj FOHBKH. Oa blel'.1.. r'aos. vv. JhiBK't*-Aug.CMhler.r' *._, W: N.Rouen AM.Coshier
district or against It. Ed fee paid. Register. Dlrectwa-F., C.Brent, W.' A.. Blount. W.a Key w. ..H Koowle W.K.Hjrer,J
The following persons were appointed '.... _W. J. FoI'boXn managers and clerk of said election viz: NOTICE Xttorne'7-At-Law
John F. Wilson, Samuel W. Jones andR. ',' '
E. Golden Inspectors, and Henry L. Department of the Interior 'Oil IF LEV 't'-LA.
Bowen,Clerk.- U. S. Land office at Gainesville, Fla -, High-Class; : s Saw Mill Machinery
U. B. BUSH, February 18. 1911. .
Attest: 'hall-man.. Notice Is hereby given that Asa JADklnsot 'w' ra rry at' 'our''new warehouse,
B. F. GAINER, Greenhead, 1 Sec'tv.and, Co.8upt. vember 2, 1009 made Homestead Entry McQuagge, 408 and 412 East Bay St., a large
Serial No. 00035, for WK of N W#and NWfol stock of Portable and Stationary
r SW# Section SR, Township 1 north, I Notary Public .
b.,. CA, R31XOHAEL. Range 14 west,Tallahassee Meridian has R. Engines;Locomotive and Horizontal
A filed hotlce of Intention to make final I RetUrti Fide BoUer's) ,S w-Mllla,
Atto at LuvVA Commutation proof, to establish! claim to State at Large e
r>cy Planers;' Edffers, Sawi, Belting:
the land above described before the r
.CollecUon s Specialty Clerk. of the Circuit Court at.Vernon t 1 J and Mill Supplies;also engine and
fJhiplojr' Flu ...Florida on the 31st day of March, 1011. sawmill repairs. Walao handle the
_Claimant! names as,witnesses: Arthur R.. F., SCARLETT
celebrated line of Hustler Saw Mills
C.. Bethea, of Vernon, Florida, John ,:
COOK & McRAB, Watson, Jlalachl Jenkins, Charlie Jenkfnes and Erie Engines and Boiler*...Thi. makes'the'best SaW Mill'outfit on earth.,

Attorney. at Law. .. orGreenhead:, Florida.IIKNRT :S. CHUBB.: Notary. ,_Public.. Get our prices before buying. We can ave you'money; A postal will bring

arorfk.. Ed fee paid. Register. S our Traveler. Write for illustrated catalog covering yourjequlrementa.Jialet ; ...
T Cklplty state Balk
--. .-" 0.. Real Estate Handled' >y Machinery Co.
Careful attention given all matter. entruil' Dunn-Coleman Co. theprices ? -
to listribthl, Collections a specialty. 4O8 a : 412 B. Uny St. JaCk.o"vl1lc Flor-Iclo.
HOc&re. and
Collection mado.
I on Planters Toieoito'n' 'Nc /.7'4;
Agent for recponalble time and.. Bra-tested la Lone, .
urancecomoanle tors. See them. i Office 'In First Nstlosst' Bank; "

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.4 v ;: They Grow the .


The agricultural department at Washington has' just

published the.results of a long series of neld' tests and they
show plainly that animal ammoniates, such' air Block and

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

.' /.Forinstance, it Mras/oatid. ; that Cotton Seed Meal, aTone,

showed a gain per ''acre of -- $ 2.68

.Bento" Par Ilrnpk i:rien'ts. l' Tankage,alone, '- 14.06

-- .' ; Cotton Seed .meal'and 'Potash'gained; 7.02

We .have complete stock of ''Cotton Planters, Guano: Distributors -' Tankage and Potash ,gained: .. 14.29

..r '. Cotton Seed,Meal, Acid Phios. & Pot.: earned 9.12

and Rapid Change Cultivators. J Tankage,' Acid Phosphate and Potash' gained'd'' 17.80'-

I Another'proof' that artlnial'' ,ammoniates'are BEST.

r We ,would be glad to show you this Popular Line. '' .:..I ......': '

"' i'"; ,. Armour Fertilizers.

/./ Why: Not Now r!; e/ are animal matter goods.furnishing a steady

sours of plant food throughouttll'e\ entire
I growing season.
For Sale By ,
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? ;b .r, A: R., Wells, Safes Agent?, '.
'CbipIeyardware' Company. < > ______ "_ _

Maiidfactured .
By ,
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AVERT HARDWARE SUPPLY CO. IJ Armour, Fertilizer"Wt"rk :

t Wholesale Distributors. J ,' JACKSONVILLE. 'FtA: '\, .

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-Dan JonesJudge.f ................II....".........."........ .................................. .' ,' ...''j,

] Personal.Dr. IT ] Town Topics II ',"<, ::t
: Under the above head, and com* '
menting on the item in last /;,::
Tiller and'w1fd?spent Sunday week's Banner, wherein it was Boost the town. THEFIRST ,, >'''.) ,i
Vernon. stated that the friends of Hon.; f .Vh
at. j Boost Wabitigton qpunty., )

J. B. Lewis of near Aycock, D. J. Jones were bringing: pres- March is marching along at a' .. .-:.:, '(
sure to bear to induce that gen .'
spent Saturday here. J tleman to himself candidate lively rate. :,
yield a : :' :" "i
J. F. Wilson of Duncan was in for the appointment as Judge The legislaturetwiir. meet the thing, to consider in depositing money in a bank j. }

town Saturday afternoon.' I of the new circuit to' be established first of next ,month.'. -r'' "r security. The, : capital. and surplus, are the depositors ::,;, ;' <:::: '.
S. :! (\-
W. O. Butler, Jr., spent a few the Pensacola News says: In unity there iia. strength. protection fund.: The :, !!',..',t''J'I:: I
hours at Bonifay Monday. The Banner has indeed spoken Unity will make Chipley"'grow; -, ,' :" :\! .
'r well and truthfully. There no J. \j ;
T. J. Graham of the Bay country ", ,, ,
You'rarely NATIONALgoyernment r ,c.
ever see
-a' man
man in the profession of law in ',' ",'
was in town Saturday. Florida who is be"ld in higher esteem making a success with his coat, ., I.;.;; 'r/;,' .t

':...> Rev. M. E. Grant was up from by his fellow barristers on. '' '. ; '. ." 'V"' superintends, and examines this bank. ',.,.,:' '.;}:i ;;i

,, Wausau,and, spent Saturday. than lion Dan J. Jones., Saturday was regular ..communication -- Our stockholders and directors are responsible,well- ;:, t ?";' "
,. ,W. O. Mins of Miami, stopped He is not'a politician, nor has day'! for- the, Masonic .t '"", .".:.';\ )\:;t

over here between trains Friday. he ever been. He is simply, ,a lodge at this! !'.place, add there'was, ,... to-do business. .men.This .!'.:,

studious and strenuous, hardworking quite .' .'
:a goodattendance. '
W O. Wells and wife of Alford .*' yvy' i'v : '
spent Sunday in town visiting : and willing, honest and It everycitizen in the county BANK ,
.' and able, broad and brilliant attorney -
I would
with relatives. do duty, Washington
at law.. That he would" county would soon"be the most has been' established over 5 years during which'ti
Chas. Chandlee was up from receive the heartyand unanimous '
prosperous county in the State. e it has served the banking public faithfully and I
Panama City and spent a day or endorsement of all the membersof .
two this, week. the bar and the press in the get busy built ut a large; and prosperous business. Tbe best, _

W. W..Gainer, Jr. of Econfina proposed new circuit is hardly Washington county, has been. i -,service"possible is. none too good for our country
favored abundantly by, nature.
questioned., e1
attended Masonic lodge meetieg i. the
customers and people of t
She needs.only.tbe help of
News men
here Saturday The Evening sincerely
," hopes that Mr. Jones will offer with money to make her blossomas ''.
County Surveyor Tom, Collins CHIPLEY.
the rose.
ry himself'as candidate'and _
a we
: has been doing some work in this .
J vicinity this week. predict that'such action by him The,price of spirits of turpen-

i / t would be equivalent, to apPoint- tine is higher now than it has ever -
Attorney L. D. 4McRae left ....
-'-'Tuesday for Panama ment. been before in the' history of .............................'.................I.OI.......................
., City on a .. the.industry; it is now 92 cents.

.short business trip. Card of Thanks Money for the turpentine opera- ,
If you want to get the most out A man shouldn't have so much
L. W. Mattox one of Alford'sprosperous tor means general prosperity for
'- citizens, was in town We wish to find space in' the this section ot life, be fraternal to your fellow confirence in himself that he
Banner to especially thank Mr. man. hasn't any left tor the rest of the
on,businessSaturday, , "I( and Mrs. S. A. Alford and family A note from'_ Tax. Collector W. world.
A D. Carmichael returned Sat- for their kindness and untiring B, Gainer, recites! the fact thatthe'tax "Knocking" is an easy job; in

-. urdav evening from a short 'business ''caring for our son booka .close first Monday fact criticism is 'about tbe- easiest Scatter sunshine along the
trip to Jacksonville.W. and brother, Albert, during the in April and all taxes not ,tbine:going. But the "kno k- pathway of life. The man who

F..Hall a popular saw mill .time he was" in.their home J-near paid bythat: date ,wilt' be.delinquent er" never'does himself or anyone can smile when things go wrongis
machinery man from Atlanta was four weeks-sufferIng from a subject costs If else any good. It is tbe man who a millionaire in the good things

V here a day: or two last week.:: I broken arm and dislocated shoul you have not paid your tax yet is k'up and.'doing" that counts, of this world. Don't be a grouch
der. We also wish extend our you bad best do so at once.Pine" either,for .himself: his com mu- they are always a drag on hu-.
J County Treasurer H. B. Tillerwas thank and gratitude to Mrs. Gus- nity'k manity. '
up from the county site and straw, when liberally applied ----
aie kindness in
Campbell for her
spent Sunday and'' of Monday ,to the-. sandy roads of the
part watching over and daily attending o aoooo oa ooa o CJOOOON OOOO ao oovovoaoct
: state,is said,to make a good; road. i"i
Albert. We regret much '

Attorney.Buell Cook left yesterday that we are unable ,to fully express Tbis18 a very inexpensive way i I How to be

Andalusia, Alia where our appreciation' to them. .the to better commissioners'the ,country\ '? of roads' several and Happy. i .

he will represent :clients before We also feel very' grateful to our ,

the court.E. many other friepos :'in Chipley counties where'Clay are cannot using be applied.the straw ii Though Married. .1.=

S. Craven! ofGu port,'Miss, who manifested their interest,by

spent several days here this and visiting Albert and. offering their Some of these days in the:sweet Iji Fix: up a nice, comfortable home' i

last week, to the pleasure of his assistance. by and by we hope *that every

-..numerous.friends.. Very respectfully, body who has: a penchant for |j; select the girl of your choice, always

MR & MRS..R,.E. KEUJSY, writing to the newspapers will '
E. L. Gainer a prosperous na- AND FAMILY. learn that reputable paper will !j! be pleasant and curteous, and purchase f

val stores operator and merchantat ... '
publish communications unless 'I!j! your
Econfina, was here Friday -
night and they are accompanied by name of ....
Saturday. I Wf\USf\U. I the author--not necessarily .f tor: | Staple. and Fancy Groceries

W. R. Gainer of the Econfina publication, but as a'matter of i

.' section, was lu town Saturday'at- _Lee Jones left for. Sum rail,' good faith_ on, _the, c part, of the writer. ; .. FROM I

,.*, tending Masonic lodge meetingand Miss., last Saturday. ,If you J>ref r-tQ write'under I

transacting. other business. The health of this community a non de plume write ;a, persona} W. W., HARVEY

Henry Peters left Sunday for was'never better than at present. note to the editor along with,vout: i

Sanford to attend the bi-ennial Curtice L. Jones, and 'L via letter and'sign your rear name'to '| 4 FREE;: DELIVERY S

; meeting of the W. O. .W.. as a Tiller made business trip to the t\ote. ccceeee; >ccec ceccCCCGceeccecceccccceccccccccccccceeooS: :

o delegate 1 from the. Cbipley camp. Chipley, Friday.Commissioners. .. '-' .,.,. .., ...,....,- =-.. -- "- -.. -
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S. L. Davis and -
Mrs. Robert Brooks of Vernon, A. C. Gilbert/were here Tuesday
spent.Sunday here the guest of night' ,enroute home from VernonW. ,' ":* 'I. h 0 t

Mrs. T. C.Jones.,. She went over S.-Jones and wife were herea ; Ji. "' .. :
'- to,Bon if ay on the afternoon train. few hours Tuesday and told us I .

that the corn he planted on Feb. .. : .. .. '
W. O. Butler, Sr. and wife returned 14th was looking fine. Fanning t. -

Sunday..from Atlanta, Ga. G. W. Watts of Chipley, was ,. ,
where Mr. Butler attended tbe here Tuesday, looking after the ,
meeting of the Southern Commercial telephone business, and put 'in a J ._. .
Congress. phone for G. W.Glascoat Macom : ... - extremely dry in this ,
,. Marshal partof
City H. M. Farrior
the county; we have bad only Opcrattons.
'", steps high and wears a broad one little ,shower of rain sine? the : > ;
r \- smile these days. The stork visited 2nd day of January. But the ; .

I his home few days ago and. the farmers continue to raise a :'c _"" /H.
1 dust,.and some few save their ,, : : ,, : '_' ., '
.left a dear little baby girl. .. : : O" ,1
corn crop planted, and only wait-, .,.,j.. ..... .... -._._._' ; ; .,.. .,, ,
k \: The ladies of the Baptist ing for plant their cotton. "-"" --'--'--..._-..-....-......-..... ,. ;r"" ,"
church are observingfbls:; ,week '-' !' ;{:: '" ..
r.. '
a j.f.'f: :,J '. .. rPlows '>
as.a week of prayer. They held We want to furnish the paint : ; ,
a unIon 'service Tuesday\ after- for that new dress for your house callsfor. :, ,. Plow Gear Names Traces, 'Bolts, Clevises : ,

nooo-with the W C.T. U. Dunn-Coleman Co. and.all. other things. of the kind. '
t' 'v' ;

\ Robert Brooks and'Mr, Cox of Some folks seem to think that You, will find our stock complete and prices right.

,. Vernon,' passed through towa work is the greatest sin they.can t. ?

: ',,Sunday enroute to Sanford ivhete'they commit. S ..,! ). ,

go, as delegates""from* 'the Page :Steel Wire Fencing is .'
JnsJ received one of our specialties. '
:Vernon: camp to .the W.... O. W.meeting. ;
40 bu. Unknown Peas, We have it in all widths.
:: See us before buying. l
I at Sche l's., 7 ..
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Uncle William Gainer, one of ., t .
4 You can not be a pioneer in any
:;; the oldest citizens andpio eer
. :: movement if you wait to"climb 6n .
' of Washington county, was up Dunn
:, the band wagon; : f Co.
:from tne old homesteadI at Econ ,

A fina: and spent,Friday' night: and When death occurs,a' coffin' or ., A. G.
.. rSaturday.bere:* the guest of bisidaughteirVMfs casket >s requiredj.we; ,have thjem .. ... .v General Manager {,
i; '' ; ; D, t>:Ds.} Dunn-COJeiDan Co." ".J1lrs

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