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The Chipley banner
Place of Publication:
Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
March 30, 1911


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

James Cox 'spent- Saturday. at my kept.continuously at work. spend your' mon-ey with'' the I
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Insurance Agent.Send Saturday and Sunday and the yes; and the best made, too; the We want to furnish!' the :paint ItB-First. Tuesday In Each Month. ..

farmers can now put in the remainder pricelike everything we sell, for that new dress tor your house Examinations FREE.
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THE BANNED 4' The- -Jacksonville Metropolis '

thiDk Governor Gilchrist should ,

PUBUSHKD At Chipley KVKBY" ,THURSDAY.Wtal t at appoint which, special.time the day men for, prayers women To our Friends and Customers; .

WALTER W. JOI Bat. B Ut.*. and children should offer up petitions .
to God asking that the Your attention is called to the fact that we are still Headquarters

Entered at tba poctolBc at Chiptojr}tan Mttctmd I

claM mall matter. -. legislature provide for better the for all-the leading necessities of life for both 'man",and beast.
Schools and better roads for
SUBSCRIPTION BATES: esesesssessassessaes

ON* TKAB: ,.......................$1,00 state of Florida. t..
BIX MONTHS! ,... ... ..:.... ........ .60THBKB "'" T .. All kinds of feed stuffs-for your horses, mules, cows, bogs and chickens. I

MONTHS! .................. .3'wdvertl.ingrat..turul.bgdoaappllcat1c There is a plan on foot to cele- Everything in' First Class Eatables for your table, the best that can be found in '

brat .t'e 168th anniversary the ,,'" ,v first-class and up-to-date general store. any .

., .. J birthday..I" of. Jefferson 'on April ::1 We also have: a large and well selected stock ot Clothing Hats, Shoes, Furniture ;
Communications on live topic Pf of democrats .._ .. __ ., ,. and ,
13 by a gathering .A* j : scanrtmentof beautiful rlf
.1.11. nf ixv-.i InATAat. are in Melted. It -_ ? esu'ned Ttf tH"... .",. A.a. '->____ ___ '
Is understood" however, ,b.&the puwisn- from state in the union at -- -- -'-- o "*".
every --u-i 9x12 size. See them at once and gef chance
of TUB HANNKB! will not be responsiblefor at the first select"

opinion expressed by correspondents India apolis. The purpose is to J ,'. tion as they are bound to go quick at the extreme low figure of $4 each In
honor the of the great
TTK BANNER wants a live representative memory fact all our prices are right, and our stock is composed of tbe, best grade 1 '
and correspondent at every pottofilee founder ot the party and to map and, assortment' ,' .
In the county, and will make liberal ar lfc i Jt AAAAA j. J jiK<*Mtat A J JuJrdB
for 1912. The
rangements with the rlvrt parties out a program
f You will be pleased with our line of first-class i
idea is a. good one. and up-to-date I' :'
THURSDAY. M_ieh: ,OOj 1911.. "' i'i i j, i U, i .n Trunks, Suit Cases-, Traveling Bags and Satchels.:? To see them; means a'sale

I-- For sarcastic sarcasm how does 09099909999996939939 .. :' ,

The extra session of Congress this from the Jacksonville Me- IN FACT EVERYTHING IN OUR STORE IS A
meets next Tuesday.The tropolis, strike you: "The I ,GRADE.

.. Florida system of managing QUALITY Is Our Motto. Call and be Convinced! ,l

contton crop of 111rccb'\ ! said to have been evolved A word'. to the wise is sufficient., We want to C-U-B-A customer .of:
ed a total of 11,941,563 bales. oah sometime before tbe ONCE OURS J
Ark hit Mount Arrarat. Noah ." :
i d1 19 1"9 4EEE4E; "EEt+ .
Pensacola to have anotherrace discardedthe ,plan after reachingdry :/

meet for fifteen days, com land and it was never again Come see' us;make our store your headquarters when in'Chipley,

mencing tomorrow. used until a Florida legislature YOURS FOR BUSINESS. ;' f:. :\

... 'found it.Uncle. ''..
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The United States Supreme II. &
,:' Campbell Dekile Co
"": decision Sam is worried about reciprocity .
Court has rendered, a Jtp '
Federal' l Corporation on the north about ani-
-the effect that the '
Tax is constitutional. mosity on the south, and curiosity -

... Japan-ward. By treating with I ,

The Breeze at DeFuniak, is Canada with more generosity, NOTICE s ,

prospering to the extent that :U and not exercising so much velocity I First Judicial Circuit of Florida,
tn mixing up with that Circuit Court of Washington County.
has installed a Linotype. Here Mexican affair to nothing I Consolidated Naval Stores] I "
';is oJJr *' in congratulation Bro.Storrs. say Company a Coprporatlon. "Was "Day- Goods.
about not assuming too much vs.
J. W. ninsdn, B. F. Land
ponderosity in ,dealing with ,Japan Clarissa Land, his wife,

"' -' that Is, to say, a little less_ ferocity resa Annie Braxton K Braxton,her husband, liar, When things are put through the wash
President Diaz of Mexico ,0'
says Annie Luclle Forehand,
more philosophy would i
can tell what they
you are.
Thomas W. Griffith and
he will not treat for : with
peace suit i
us all quite well. Levla Orlffllth, his wife.
,";the revolutionists. ,He says, he, The defendants ',Thomas W. Griffith My Goods, has Stood the Test for 27 Years.I .
f and Levla Griffith hs: wife, are hereby
.' has his ideas about,bringing
own the bill filed In this I keep with the things
SQttthjjort School's Pleasant,Otttfag.One I required to appear to up an4I
"rebels" 'to terms. cane on the 20th day of April, A. D. 1911.
This order to be published once week, bold fast to the good old ones. '
pleasant\ / Friday afternoon
four consecutive weeks. In the Cbtpley
our,teacher. Mr. Purnnhrev. and Banner a weekly newspaper published at
A convention of County Superintendents Chipley l Washington county;Florida. I|< "washday"

and other, school officiate his assistant! took, took their pupils Court Witness this,20th tnv hand day of and Marcb..A.the seal D.of 1011.this I, ,

has been called byl State out for a stroll.'. -. (Signed) W. LOCKET, for you. 1
1 Copy ) ,Clerk of the Circuit Court -
Supt W. M. Holloway, 'ff qtp"t We arranged at tbe school { Seal of > of Washington County, : My stock of Hardware,
house and marched to tbe .( Court. ) Florida. ,
post 'I
,'-at Jacksonville April ]19-21.. ---..- By S. A, HEMHIIH/L 'I(? Ranges, Stoves, Sash and
office, and then down to the Southport \ Deputy Clerk. j|
r Lumber Co's office. Mr. -- Doors, Coffins and Cask-

The governor of texas has signed NOTICE. 1 I<
ets Guns and Ammunition
Barrow, the general superintendent -
i a bill providing for a'vote'onthe Notice- '
|a hereby given that I, Minnie
constitutional amendment pf the, mills, joinued us there L.Jones as guardian over the persons 5 ,,Dynamite, Crockery
: t for and went to the mill with and estate of Mabel Jones, Myrtly Jones, v
'state-wide prohibition. The special us, explaining Minerva R. Jones and Pearl Jones mln-I 6 Glass ware, Enamel ware
Everything as we went ors that shall apply to the County 8
election wiu be held in July. I Judge of Washington county, Florida! at : < 1 Sewiqg Machines, Paints,
along. We went in by the great hIs office In Vernon, said county on the I x -
"j boilers it hot there and looked 10th day of April, A D. 1911. for anthorl-I j Oil, j p-a-Lac, Farming
; was -
ty as guardian of saId minor to sell a.t 1
The Mexican reyolujonists: say'that dangerous, but no one was public or private Hale for ca.ah, all of the Utensils, Picture Frames
before Interest, right and title In and to the fol )
they enter into any hurt. 'Then went to the en- lowing described lots or parcels of land' (made to order) and

". conference looking toward,peace, gine room'and'saw the great 500 situated Ington county In the, l"'lorldato-wit ley: Lots, Wash-Nos. Last but not least, ,

Diaz must resign aq presidentand hlrse'powet' engine running all 17 and 18, according to the plat; of the
.. election town of Chipley, and bounded on the Fishing Tackle that's "tit for fishing.
permit an honest the'' mill machinery; it worked north by Watts Avenue on the east by
and a free ballot to be held. Sixth street on the south by an Alley L 'I will be pleased to
like a living thing, struggling under and on the west by Lot No. 19, the said serve you.
two lots being formerly occupied by C. J.
treq1endousload., Next we Whltl\hurlltJ deceased, as his home In the YOURS TRULY, ,
The 32nd annual session of the went up stairs and saw the great said town of Chlplev.
I This, March 9, 1911.
.,... Florida Press Association. will. band saws cutting lumber at the MINNIE! : L. JONES, R. C. HORNB.
'+ ,t meet in Tallahassee on April 24tb rate of100.000.teet per day. We As Guardian.J .
for a three days session. No then went"
to. tbe planing mill and NOTICE.
; t' doubt Bro. Appleyard will see saw them planing lumber: by machinery Notice Is hereby given that I, J. II,

.. : ',.to it that the' boys have a good ;,the planing mill was doing and Green estate, Jr., as of guardian Clifford over T. Green the persona, Mae '.

: time. more work in a day than a Green and J. Milton Green, minors that Palmer
I'. I shall apply, to tbe County Judge of College
hundred men could do. From Washington county Florida! at his office ,

.,' \ ,: The jingoes, are going to have the planing mill we went to the In of April Vernon, A.,said O 1911 county for,author.on the;)ty 10th as guar day DeFuniak Springs Fla. '

if it machine shop and them dian of said minors to sell at public or ,
y war, they can bring about. saw private sale for cash all of,the Interest,
If not it will not be their fault. working iron by machinery; we right and title of said minors in and to A Christian school for boys and girls. Attendance larger than star

,': They are resorting to every" artifice saw a man weld two pieces of iron land the following situated described in tbe town lots or of parcels Chipley of, before. Strong corps of teachers. Large and well equipped school build-
Washington I county .Florida! to-wit: ings.' Two dormitories. Good board. Careful oversight
and working the of together; we saw a man bore a Expenses moderate -
power Lots Nos. 17 and 18, according to the plat Gymnasium; Tennis and other out door
't,.., suggestion overtime convince hole through a piece of iron, thenwe of the town of Chipley, and bounded on exercises.
the north by Watts Avenue,on the east '
the nation that war is imminent., saw them saw, and plain a by Sixth: street on the south by an Alley Spring Term Begins Feb.. 2nd. t
and on tbe west Dy Lot No. 19, the said
.. piece of iron as easily,as if, it had two lots being formerly occupied- by C. J. A splendid time for pupils to enter. Will be admitted to any classes I
been a piece of.wpod.. Whltehurat. deceased, as his home In the for which they are prepared. By entering time
The Jacksonville Metropolis said town of, Cblpley. now will be saved In
asks the 'When we got back to the compaoy' This March, 91911. education. We would call special attention to the fact that classes taught
following pertinent s- J. ,II. ,GREEN! Jr.,. by the regular Academy faculty are being started to
*tion "Do office our teachers dismissed As Guardian.IYtc accommodate 7th and
; you suppose it would 8th grade students, thus by this special attention entering
now they could
be possible influence, the legislature us, and, we went home Bt >r'i9 Sale. be prepared for the academy next year.
with our bead full of ideas.I For further Information and
to foget laws catalogue
hog and local Under and by virtue of a decree of fore address
tm a little girl in the 5tb closure for M34.73. for
\ bills long enough 'to enact laws grade principal and interest -
and also the of $85,00 for Rev. Lynn R. Walker
but I expect to be larger .1 SlIm ( attor President
for good roads and better schools? some ney's fees. Issued out of thit,Circuit Court
day, then I can write a better letter I of Washington county, Florida, on the IVof.: 0. 0. Fisher, Principal.
.:If so, you're a genuine optimist," to the paper. 24th day of In a cause
wherein Sessoms: Grocery Company, a ,
') Yours truly corporation organized and existing under / ..., (
The SALLIE GAINER. the laws of Alabama and the Hrst. Nat-i ,
injunction proceedings Instituted w lonal Bank' of Andalusia a corporation

by A. W. Weeks et al to ,organized, under the laws of the United
.Htates: with- principal office In Anda BAY HEAD
,., ,stop the work by the county on DR. R. TILLER. 'lusia, state of Alabama, were complain INN :,
y' ants and T. L. Davis and B. J. Davis ,
Vernon-Chipley road, came DP DENTAL SURGEON, were defendants, I, as Special: Master ap E. M. NEWMAN Proprietor.
for pointed In said decree will offer for sale : {
; a hearing before* Judge Wolfe. Copley, ,- Florida and sell! at public, outcry to the highest. : Boy Head
at Pensacola; S tprday. The and best tash bidder betore the court Fflorldo., ;' .;
house door In Vernon,
: injunction was not granted; so Office over First Natl Bank. Florida, within the legal hours of county sale- ; Mecca of the Tourist, Angler Sportsman
on Monday'tbe third day of April, 1911 4'
; .. work on this necessary road can the Washington following described land situated In : .............................. ::1
G. county''Floridato-wig
;; go on without interruption. Sen McQuagge
East half of North-east quarter of Sec: Rates Per Day f
: ator'Buell Cook represented the tion twento-two(22) Township three (3)) { Newley Furnished ) Find Boating

r county, and D. Jones appeared Notary Public North Purchaser\ of Range to pay thirteen for deeds.west $1.00 and $1.50} Good Table. }I and Batbing. ,':

', .in behalf of tbe. plaintiff. .\ ,State at Large, A. D. CARHIOHAKL Special Master. I :f':, .: ;W n, 1f ';

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Yinbl Victor Hugo used to draft the advertisements .j Women Break Down Becajise ,
,, Instead'' of Chipley ,
a Stacey< ? I ,i tHERE of his own books, '
IS PROOF leaving the task to his publishers. nil they'have Sidney l4ou- ,

MX suffered to (foot frbfn stomach Ushers correspondence gives the with following his Belgian example pul of bled add *dont'know' it. .'; JOB ,:yeD11

trouble and indigestion that I lost the great novelist's advertising style: Women of every age'and condition ;J

flesh rapidly ,VINOL cuffed me "After the middle ages, the present break down and ar>,brought 'to
after everything else had failed. It times Such Is the subject of Victor uttler collapse 'becataal they 'have .

strengthened my digestive organs Hugo's double study. What he did kidney trouble' aftd' ''don't"knoi5' it. :t: i .. '-., :1:1II ;

! gave 'me a hearty appetite; ahd I for Gothic art In 'Notre ]Dame de Paris' The disea.e' 'eapal vitality! 'kshatters ':I $/ NT Iw N ill + .1:
dean. eat anything without the slight that he has done for the modern worldIn makes work rest? $ im s-<
J or *leep ...., ... ..,1ft",. 1 "' '. : ,
est distress. I do not believe any. 'Les :MIserables. The two books possible. If you tire rtiVd ,oat, 'Irritable : 0
thing equals VINOL for. figure in his scheme of work: as two '' 4 .) t..
stomach .
and depressed,"'suffer 'from 'dizzy .
trouble and mirrors reflecting the whole human i ,
\ indigestion life." An to sick headache, pains'I IH the'backVa'nd: ; "' \ --;'
encouraging example "
those young authors who cannot makeup aides, i i regular' Sow of the iir'lne, eto. ..' ,. ,
Portland, Me. their minds' how much modesty is don't neglect it, for'deldy'is' often tata. ,,' .{I

j I f J'i'%; Mr. Tlios. G .Wallace' of Detroit, enjoined by the best literary traditions Begin''using Doan's Kid neytPills'"andsee '' <.Createsa.pood,. .. .. irnpres- 1
, If. Mich.,writes, "I suffered for years .-London Globe. 'how ]uicklV'you Will feet better, i .f'ft. '
sion among ,your ,cor-
,1 from a chronic stomach trouble. work better rest better"and"sleeP'' bet- 1
cured -Why They Got the Freedom of the City ten Doan'a kidney '
VINpL entirely me after Pills have cured rtspondentsand l' helps
Extracts from old ,
else had failed." records, showing P wdmen.*" ..- ,
everything how people bad earned the honor I in many Chip ey1 + -j 1"',- I'. i->. 'I.i ,, '. '' 'wwito / ;

It is the curative medicinal elements former days were read at Canterbury Here's Chlpleyproof ot it. give your businessi .- "
Mr.. Margaret'Da-vis' Jackson : ... : :vl l "a 8l:
of the cod's liver, combined by Alderman' Mason when the mayor St., Jtv' I I
with strengthening propertiesof and'e-mayor were granted the freei- Chipley, Ei'a.'EtajsA"' *'FoV-. metime ,prestige.We .

tonic iron contained in VINOL dom of the city. One citizen receivedthe time'I was in poor health and was fully tf"l ."..: .Irr1", \ I e

which makes it so successful in restoring freedom for "undertaking to serve aware that ,I -was" owing' worse. .

as cook at every mayor's Michaelmas! My nerves was all unstrung my sleep 1.
and "
perfect digestion at '
feast, another "because he cured ,
the time was ftttul and'I'ar l Irr'the' mot"hiug
t same building up the weakened '
Nicholas Johnson's leg" and a third feeling unref reshed. 1io :
I 8l had moor
i run-down system. "because he married a widow with a r])oNaatJRr) '
appetite and felt languid. My daughter ; .. \ .
Try a bottle'of VINOL with the large family."-Pall Mall Gazette. N ,. In ,' :"r1.'''dt 'Ii wW.. :a "t.. ,
finally procured a box 'of Doan'sKidney a :" '

be understanding returned that does your not money belo you.will Many Sided Kicks of the Carnal. Pills for 'me at McGeachy'sdrug 't.a" At '=JJeasonablq.Give Pr" q ':\r, : :

store and I began their use. They ,
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A camera bind legs will reach any .
S. McGeachy, Druggist, ., where-over his head, round his chest did me so much good that! I continued ; .

'I 1 \ "('I Chi pl,ej1'la.1 and on to his hump, Even1 when lying taking them'and' today am in 'better .'
.- -- down an evil disposed animal wll health than for years. I owe much to ,

/1/1 ,.xr... .iI> I-" ", I ,. shoot out his !legs and bring :you to a Doan's Kidney Pills. '

A Pretty Busy Man. sitting posture-If he want to. Compared For sale by all dealers. Price 50 I us ,your next order : "
When a, man's business,.prohibits his with a camel a mule is really a ""
'cents.: Foster-Mllbufn Co., Buffalo
caring for the chickens; when his affairs most considerate kicker so ""beware and we will give
New York, sole agents for the United you perfect "
become so Important that he can when the camel looks as If he is going ',
no longer shake down the furnace to"kick.-New York World. States.' "> satisfaction thus ;

help dress 'one of 'the children* or Remember the named Doan's-and :,

tinker about the place with a> hammer Are you frequently: bourse Do ;you have take no other. I making' you one of our .

and saw,"then"that man's"busfuess had that amioylof tickling Ita your throat ------_ .--. <.,
better be put Into the. hands"of a' ,receiver Does your cough nnnov you at night, and : .,.regular .customers. i '

temporarily; his books'det not de ;yon-raise mucns In tbe morning;!)'Do' A Dig .t May. '. [... t" : .. 'J,
balance, says Dallas Lore Sharp In"theAtlantic. you want relief If so take Cbnmberl ln'e "I thought yoU said May Nagget had ,' ,", 'a-, '
.'- I know 'of, a> college president Cough Kemedv and )'ou.will. >><* pleaded married 'at'hood nfttured'man' ?''**"*''' \
who used to bind (he may still) told- by City Dnlp Store and 4 K McGeachy "''.Sd'she'\ did." ',.,' s \.\ "

a cold compress about his head at .... "Nonsense I met him Just Bow, and '" f

,times and,;..lying ,prone upon the floor -- he's'hH beast.. ..*-.'. :,... **,&+ >,.,..",- .

have two readers; 'one for each ear Something to Interest Him. ''We1J'he's; been married 'to May THE

tread simultaneously to him different It was the evening when her weekly nearly i''four1 months ndw "YOU know," .
theses,.BO great was the, work he had caller always made his appearance."I *-IHustratd Bits.u'' 'r"''" *"'*' '

to do, so fierce his fight for time-time wish I had something new and entertaining ''H -" -

"lecture< *'to women's 'clubs ''and to to show' him" said the girl Precautionary.: ,
write his epoch maklngo. books. to her mother. Th@ Mmionfelre'-Doctor, la It absolutely .eiilRLEY
Oh, the multitude of epoch making "If you'd only mentioned It In time," necessary 'to"temove'my'appen-' i i i ,
books said her father, "I'd have brought dirt "I "I." I :," ', '.' ,I lId I IJ ,

home my account book, with the. dry '"Not absolutely, but It la safer to be-
lv- }. ,,,. Her .PUvInn.._,mv. goods millinery, stationery and confectionery 'glt"wlth''aome1BlmDie'operation'' *like .' Chifey: ]'Jt.1A. -

L Mrs. McI uff-Thlspapt-r says that bills for the last three that"-Life. n" rte -0-; >'* *>.'"' 7X --- -
mice are. attracted ,by music,, but I months all Itemized and balanced. I'll :.. '{ I" a "IiI" C

don't believe It. venture to say that would entertain An'' Indication

McDuff Why not him."-Youth's Companion. .. "Is daughler'feettlrtg on well 1 .. /:I 11 nvv. ,
your .. .6 /VrV1" ;r.M-N" MMMI',''''.,",,14
Mr8..1oIcDulf-Because I never see'anyj : with her'music r ru "'I", i ", ". _A' t

-'mice' around) when 1 ,play. ,the i, The First Anthracite Coal. "I guess so. The neighbors are getting t:.', .....: .__..w4 ;, ....1 .r; J..a r.-J L .4U>.H'*.* .I"i. .1 J 1-... 'd-.
piano. When the first two tons of anthracite so they speak to:me civilly again;> a

McDuff-Well,"that's ,no reason for !. cool Were, taken Into Philadelphia Toledo Blade: : t .
doubting the paper's statement In' 1803 the good people.of that city, v't/ 1

_" ,,d 11I- so the records state "tried to burn; DO YOU' 'KNOW

Chamberlain's; Stomach and Liver Tab, the,stuff, but at length disgusted, they ", I I" I If ,"JO "r la > "' e
broke It- up'' and made a walk of It"
lets invariably bring relief' to women suf SA V! :
i Fourteen years later Colonel George That now is the time to build that home or business house ..
faring from cbronlo constipation' headache .' youhave; been considering The present bu.tlnes.depre.sLon,
billlouaaess dizziness' sallownens t>t the Shoemaker' sold eight or ten wagon .haa,reduced;the prfcetofJumber and building materials; labor e

kin And dy.pep lrt. Sold by City; Drugstore loads of it In the same city but war- 'e ta'cheapandpienitfulpqd you can build now, for 25 to_50 per e
rants soon Issued for his arrest "
were cent less than ,
'and 8,E McGeachy. jo. "
free for
We will send the Banner '
...>. for taking money ,under false pre '" ;! E)
l **M't. f
tenses. the term of this school to JUNE ,1907 QR J.UNE) J?0 B. .
Where Money' Buys Life. ---- --- : t :
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The rldnGhlnuman'lf condemned to Canine Rudders. : When thinlr of lumber building material, think of us
death easily procures' a substitute. "The dog," said the scientific gentleman To every White Teacher and the fact you that we b;; va completed a modern up-to>tlate millwork ....

Borne poor wretch without money to i "sometimes steers himself with. .. : mill, and can inrfli.,b everything made of:wood'used tinS e
secure his spirits from becoming'wan his tai! ; .. I a buUdlng! from, aUstto.tcpiib[ \ and that r. cau vDOIT *-.. ,111I1.. e
In Washington County
dering devils with.the price of his miserable "Uses it to guide his wanderingbark
\ life; purchase proper care does he?" asked the irresponsible dwcptar -' ft 7" orb I O.lJ.IPK- e

for his spirit Anything, in fact:, can humorist. Who will send us the news oft SaM ,Mouldings Framing Bank !

be done if you have the money. It Is :' If"1 Ct. ,;) .. Doors ,Casings Flooring Drug

this belief that causes the Chinaman to Chamberlain'H Stomach and Liver Tablets their community each week or Blinds Base," Ceiling Store
commit suicide by taking his life on the 4 I IV-i | ,,
are sate, sure and reliable and have
premises of his ,enemy to take vengeance every two weeks at least.Correspondents .
been praised by thousands or women who ,, Estimates cheerfully furnished. Freight paid to gout sta .
he believes, .
on him: Ills spirit bave been restored to health tbrougb their tion'Ifdeslred.1! .n ar''"( 1. ,1 >nw .ct 1, ,, 'i ?**, \ eG
will forever haunt him. There Is' another may wrjte on ___ _
gentle aid and curative properties. Sold .. '0 u 'J 0
also. He knows that as
sure as reason fate the officials will under by ,City Drug- Store and-H: -E-Mcgt>acby. any subject of general! interest., b14RI IANI VA! .Mf\.r.ilf) CT 13.JNi( CO., $.

such circumstances come down upon e

his'enemy and strip him of everything: Probably He Wouldn't.A Our onjy] 'request !is that hey f retrain 1NARMANIYA r lr .' : .FLA.. ,
Poor -Chiu "fie have been known to Bell .. ; oNB' :
to : BSB.Tlie
country rector, coming up uorsa OUSXAIVCB
everything they possessed tear down preach at Oxford in his turn complained from. using i 'the name,of any

) their rent out bouses their to wives sell the and timber children, sell and or to Dr. Routh; the venerable princi- person in a way calculated to give .. ._. ... & ,

pal, that the remuneration waa very .,. _. .
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even sell themselves to procure money Inadequate, considering the traveling ?
forthe: proper''rites for the peace One and expenses and the labor necessary for offense.,, New York >VprK 1 We promptly obtain U.S. sod Foreign
comfort of the ancestral spirits. the composition of the discourse. r "

thing alone a Chinese will not do- "How much.'did they ''give you?" Inquired [ Thrice. -a-week ,edition, il I be
L t u ... .,
namely, sacrifice his son.-Kenneth P. Dr. Routh. ; e e.r i r; fc *-& *' e

., ,
National Geographic r The Tbrlc .a -week World hopes to be
Junior M. D., In "Only !5)," was the reply.
I In. '1908 a'better paper than' It has Fever
-- the doctor.
Magazine "Only !5T' repeated
From You.We been1'befdre,and It has made Its''arrange dead ,, cl toTtiitlon
/ I would not bave preached that ; model Hate a or plow lot
The Logical R..ult."What's '. .* *.- l meats accordingly Its news ser'ctl coy / oa T lent WUtT. For free book '
sermon for' Mtyl"BricaBrat.Hens'
the matter with your patient ," .' M '*,. era the entire globe, and reports everything Patent, an nADfiMI1RI\S wr::
; doctor asked a visitor In a hospital fully, promptly and accurately. It
as be saw the surgeon bend oVer- Teeth. whole said, want! the News Is the only paper not a dally, which Is ai I f rsl ;
as a ,
"Yoqr ,
the remnants of a man. "desertesa ft c' i T6O good as a dally"and which will keet ioo
of literature,
of speeding the professor completely Informed what- I Is' happening
"He got in the way a deal of praise but I must bb<
motorcar,", replied the doctor, "and Ject to the expression 'as' fine as hens'; YEARS' throughout the world. 'I Opposite U. S. Patent Office<
now"'ls sufferingfrom that rundown EXPERIENCE The Thrice-a week World Is fair In Its i
teeth;; It Is not merely uncouth but WASHINGTON. C.
Baltimore American. > political reports. You can'get that troth > '*>%> > >< */* *<'
feeling. for y ,
also suggestive of nature faking from Its-columns, whether you .r..tRet .' ? YT y. .fff.-fV' ,

it is common knowledge that hens'teeth publican Democrat, and that 'Is I ,rwhat -- .

..... A F1EHCE N1OHT ALARM .._ _do not exist -"__,.. ._._...._ you want.' r I' i CURT S T.TnNV
"I dO not see why; they uuu i ;**- "' .
A special feature of the Tbrlce-a-weck T '; w' ( ,t rr
itart.fn cough of a cblla suddenly "Don't combs
Is the ( muttered the composer.
World has always,been its iseilal fiction
attacked; bv croup. Often It aroused. 'aa>e teeth, and don't hens have IAdrMARaJDISIGNI publishes novels bv'the'best Anthers In Notary Public SU\gat Large.
Lewis Ctamblln ot M aobe ter, U., R, F.l). tombs?"-Chicago News. '
"I '
CO..VRIGHTS Arc.Anron1 the world, novel which In book form ell
!>Io. 2 for their children were subject to .w".shl.."sad/2..J>tl..ntnayqujokly for 91.BO apiece and Its htftb standard I In'
croup. Sometimes In J;evere attack, he HAS MILLIONS!:I OF KB KNPS. ucentt.i.l\Ilf rrd1lahr"nLIl.t.f/. oplnlftii ,-lpoinm: ether..rtl afraid they would die, but ,trIOUyeo."oI."U"lotl.NDBOO on P_te .
wrote, we were 'ktlUl '"
like to number your aunt free. ()ldeet uumcf, JofmtaaHngDmUatM.P ure a8 in the past carevjllbave '
would prompt
siooe we proved what a certain remedy Dr. How you tnt., tit em tbreeah.'Maas.. *. The Thrlce-a-week World's regular rqy ,, my
feai. friend by the millions lie Bucklen's Arnica ,.. l la the
New Discovery is, we no reasonable- -
attention. Fees
cures In the subscription price Is only '1.00 'peri-year
We rely on It for croup and for cough; or Sahedoes. Its Sckniifk'flmerican. ..We' offer
for ISO
papers .
bet an\tht3 par
.'* 'to do thousand pact forty year made them. III Can be found at Post Office '
troubl. ,
any throat or lung; %; rar S'Elroul.non 'thin unequalled newspaper And The'Ban ",
L Asthma salve in the world for sores ulcers, eczema 0' ,0\OIntIl19\ .anal. 'l'en. t3 as r r't' i r M'f )
ant ,
*vt other 80 may you. ore eyes ""I 'out month ,,I. 8014 bJ ail "....,,>Iai.... /ft'together for one "year <'fo"'I.65 .',!rrhereanlat' t !
scalds, cuts
hay lever, lagrlp whooping couth, hemor- burn, bolla, cold baa mUNN R. CO'88t Y. New Ynrk subscription price of the two paper f ''Waiisau PloridaJ'
bruise sorest ;
rhafres'fly before It: '"BOeand $1.00. Trial sprains, swell logs, '..'B..u t mee.. S I'5e4 W.ahington.d''U I is 12.On.l r' >- "r .,. T.t"" ..
bottle. free. ..,Sold.. by 8 R Motieanby; no equal for piles 20o a 18 K McOeachy' .....:: ':' 'it: .tt ; 1

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How t* Eat ? & f
The Infamous Captain Morgan and -TitmT jii:

-- -----.--,-- bin piratical crew were sometImes I LlFt AND AUCIDHor R

tight placM at Panama and on one Nervous"I ,
Ultiurek Directors
occasion were reduced to eating their
M. E. Church, South.-PreaehtngeveryUt In"-U.rauce: COD1pany,
and 3rd Bandar at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. leathern baga. "Some persons, eye "

K. C. Williams, Pastor. one of the company Exqupiuclluwbo was very nervous, --S--_ _- S
Sabbath School: lo a. m. W. N. Sheats, ( *. narrative Is reproduced In "Tin- writes Mrs. Mollie Mirse.

Superintendent.Prayer Meeting Thursday night.w .. Buccaneers In the West Indies"), "who of Carrsville Ky., "hacj Marianna Florida.

Young Men's prayer meeting Tuesday never were out of their mothers kits'hull palpitation of the heart

nights. Everybody. ,cordially, Invited,. maT uk bow these pirates could and was irregular."On Invite your attention to its New Line Policies! as embodying the lOa

eat, swallow and digest these piece the advice of Mrs. lowest '
mum of practical protection practical :price: ; A. femarka
Baptist Church-Prfiachlrig every 2nd fit l.&tl).r, 110 hard and dry. Unto Hattie Cain I took 2 bottles '
and 4th Sunday.: Rev. Col Her,pastor. whom I only answer: That could they cheap contract, but safe and conservative and backed by home capital. i
Sabbath School 10 a. m., K. V. Hawk, of Cardul and it did ,'
ace experiment what hunger or, rat(b-
Snpertnteneent. me more good than W. H. MILTON Prealden'J
Prayer Meeting Wednesday nlahts.r ..., famine ia, they would certainly find any (
medicine I ever took. ctore J. E. ( the mapner by their owl} necessity, tie ; j, S. UfMk J. M. Dillon.JI. H. Iwta.-John MlltonVill.If i.\
"I 44 old and
am years fi
the pirate did. For these first took
Poelofflc Dlre 'or., not I C.: "i'QCCCfrCrrr'6tC'C.G' C t9<+ !ceceeceecocecceoceccecccccceccc.o' : \
the left
: Office hours7:90a.m.to7:00.p: m.; ex the leather and sliced It lu pieces. Titan change has .,,,,,,,, \
:Sundays.: did they beat It between two atones me, but I am lots better _:. ,tr
cept ,"- ...-..,. 1 i. l: -
and rub It often dipping It In the wnt since taking CarduL"S
fiast-bound mall closes at 10:30 .m : have t )
It Is Machinery want we it Write'us '
West-bound mail.closes at 5:10 p.m. of the river, to render It by these 54T you .

Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 a m., i mean supple and lender. Lastly they for catalogue, prices and terms.
.and leaves on arrival of the east bound scraped off the hair and roasted or

mall. broiled It upon the fire. And being k CARDUI MALSBY COMPANY' -
Sunday hours: 11:30 m., to 12:30 p. m.. thu cooked they cut it into small rnorMl I ar

Money Orders Issued at all hours when and ate It. helping it down with \ 41 South Forsyth St. ATLANTA GA.
office. la open, except Sundays. ftoqOent gulps of water which by ,
good fortune they had right at hand." The Woman's Tonic We sell the following well-known goods: American;

3 Hench iS: Drotngold, Geiser "Peerless" aid; Smith Myers Sc: Schnler Saw
f Oar Clubbing Lt... Frnoh Official Red Tap.. J Cardui advertised and ? Mills In all sizes and capacities; Erie City GeJser "E1eer ess," and Houston, '

BANNER ,and Seml-weekly Atlanta Two men went to Nice lately from f bi.-jawood &: Gamble EnVines and Boilers all sizes; Challoner,and Perkins f
Journal, per year '1.75. attend funeral and took sold by Its loving friends. ; 5-V'i gle Machinery; Band !Saws, Ed ers, Grist Mills, "Peerless" Threshers, J Jars
BANNER and. Thriceweek New York Italy to a to The lady who advised ; > Steam Feeds, and variottsother Machinery, Hepairsand Mill Supplies. 1-
World 1.65.. with them a wreath of flowers Mrs. Mirse to take Cardul' ,\' ? c- n fqrni"h"I: ( "
.' per year which was fastened a silk ribbon bearIng had herself of : J Gov. ; ';:-: ley. \ '.: :iva i>o branch house.
BANNER and Semi-weekly Tlme. ..lJn- an Inscription. They were In- been cured "- _. -- ---"--- -. -
nand Citizen, per year, 150. formed at their destination that they serious female' trouble, by ,

: BA>ANEaand: Borne and Farm, per year would hare to pay a duty equivalentto Cardui, so,She knew what

a1.2 $20.. The mourners protested, say Cardul would do. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. Florida State College For Women

ing that the wreath was made of nat If ''Cardul cured Mrs. GAINESVILLE I. TALLAHASSEE

; ;. General Directory. ural flowers on which there was no Cain and -Mrs.. Mfrse it A Superior But Inexpensive Institution for I itCoHereof Arta and. feclencee. Normal School>
duty, but they were informed that the surely will cure loa.Won't Florida Young Men.) t jcbuol of Music. School of Art..Scljool of Exp.....*-
STATE OFFICIALS. dutiable part was the< silk and 'that, you Four CDllegex. agricultural experiment station alon. School of Home Economics.
First class equipmentthroughout.. Tuition
Governor-Alber W. Gllchrlst. according to the tariff laws.duty must you try it? i University axteiibura. 46 profeBHorn and assist. free. Other expenses very..low. For information
ante. 80 per cent Increase in attendance last
: be collected' on the gross weight of Please do. address.
Secretary of State-U. Clay Crawford. year. Attractive buildings' and campus. For
the memorial emblem. Then the men Catalogue address, A. AIURPHREE, President. EDWARD COWUDI President.FARQUHAR .
,Attorney General. Park Trammell. agreed to throw the ribbon away, but

Com. Agriculture E. McLin. thin could not be done on French,soil, --- '-

Treasurer-Wm V. Knott. and so they journeyed back to the- MACHIN13FV.Co.
.. .
Supt.: Public Instruction-W, M Hollo- frontier where they disposed of the Keep In the Sunshine. 431,1:. Day Street, .. ,

way. ribbon, boarded a train for Nice with There are only two kinds of people In : L.ORIDA. "
Comptroller. C. Croom., the rlbbonless wreath and arrived' too the' -worlij-tha people who live In 'the.
late for the funeral. shadow1 all-d' gloom aud those who live :, : 3f
( Everything for thesaw mill and
!Supreme Court-Thos. M, ,' .
on the sunny side of the street These '
.Chief Justice ,M. B. Mabrv, Clerrf. KILLS A MUKDKllEU.!: !; sha'dowed on sare_ sometimes called r plaining mill.: 'We, are now selling
Railroad Commission Hodson' Burr A merciless murderer Is appendicitis pessimists, sometimes people of 'melon-! the well known Farquhar' Machinery

.Chairman. ; R. C. Dunn, Clerk.' ? with mony vlot'rns. but; Dr. King's few choly .teoDlpel'11Q1<,nt;; sometimes they ... .;., /

Judge first judicial circuit-i. Emmett Lift Pills kill it by prevention They gently are called disagreeable people. But, Fw direct. ,to, .theuser" "which: means

,Wolfe.' Pensacola. stimulate stomach liver and bOwel, preventing wherever they go, their: 'characteristIc ,, v a saving to our customere.. '
State Solicitor: : first judicial circuit J. that elOKKln tbat Invites append la this-their shadows always travel on

.Walter Kehoe. 01..., curing: constipation, headache, bfl. before them. These people never bear r :aq. Large Stock""liaIlY" Terms.

,''','" .____. llonsness, ohllU. 25o at 8 K McOeachy's.A their own.burden, but expose all theIr'"wounds 1e" Send for'Catalog and Prices.
to others. They l1re all so _
busy looking down: for pitfalls and

H. S. Chubby Register, Gainesville,. Fla. .. sharp stones and thorns 90 which to -
Shields Warren, Receiver Gainesville. "Pr mltlv." Paint* step, that tfiey- do not even know that
r Henri Rousseau a man who used to Physicians Advisethe
f> there areany stars ia the sky. These
hold minor in
a government position
folks live on the wrong side of the I use-of a goodlaxative keep the bowels, "
WASHINGTON COUNTY OFFICERS. Trance, was for a quarter of a century open and "prevent the poisons of undigested
street. And yet It Is only twenty feet food from gettfnglnto'your system. '
Vernon. the of artists and art studentsin :
A Circuit Clerk.-W. C.Lockey, Joke across to the other sidewalk, where:! The latest product of sdence is VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup, purely vegetable, gentle, :i
utchleob Vernon.I Paris. For hi the Independent
Judge A. year
County -- reliable
and of
sunshine always Ues.-NewelJ Dwight a pleasant afoinatlc taste. Velvo acts on the.liver, as well as on the
Sherlf<-O. G. Allen, Chlpley salon he showed daubs which nulls stomach and bowefs and Js of the greatest possible efficacy In;: constipation, Indigestion, '
Treasurer B. B. Tiller, Vernon. had not the most distant kinship with I blllousiiess. tick headache, feverishness, coUc.flatulence etc. Try VF 1
.Tax AISSllor-J.J. William. Chipley. art. Some of his "famous" pictureswere Discovered.

Tax Collector-W. B. Ualner ILconhna.Supt : a "Lady on a Sofa In a Jungle," Little Violet wus one day examininga .

,, : Public Instruction-B.F Gainer, a "Tiger In a Jungle," a "Nigger In a beehive which was new to her. Being 11 F I U A LAXATIVE'LULIVEBSYflhJPA
Wausau.. Jungle.." He' affected jungles, which dlsturUwf the' bees came out of
., (Supervisor of Reglstratlon-J., W. consisted of Innumerable parallel green, their hives and one"of them stung tutf.
Gainer Econflna.Countv lines to represent grass; the tiger was Tears came Into her eyes but she

-. Solicitor A. D. Carmichael, a'palnted wooden toy;' the lady lookedas quickly dried them and cried triumphantly

Chlple.y. if she had come out of a Noah's : .

County Surveyor-Thos. Collins, Cary ark. The unfortunate Rousseau went I "Now 1 know who takes the needle ::

vllle, Fin on. exhibiting the same sort of work out. of mamma's cushion., "-Delineator.

every year and the painful thing was I --- "- .
County Commissioners:
that he gradually became celebrity.. Medicines thit Rids
nature ore always
J. M. Simmons, Chairman Vernon .
'I Sinister humorist,:'told him he had most successful, Chamberlain's Cough Here's : "
t'<1' S.: W. Bush Chlpley. I a, Good Sloganfo'r
B. F. Evans; Vernon. Benin, and he took himself quite seriously. Remedy acts on this plan it loson's the

.' '<.< J. II. Porter Mlllvllle, *1 am a real primitive," ho : cough-, relieved the lungs, opens the secretions -
would say. Some practical Jokers even I and'Bids nature In the
J, T. Blghtower, Vernon.,: went the length of buying.his pictures. j Fein to'a' healthy, condition..restoring Sold l by City eye. 5 a Bigger and :Better Business.
School Board '
; .
Drug!; Store and S K hletleacby.Condition '

.. G. B. Bush Chairman, Orange Bill A Cariyle VI_.' $."..s4....s..s..uS.. .. :1 st;r .
: S. J. Gainer St. Andrew,. Carlyle compared the advance of the ". c'0'" ::.;. "

W. F. Russ', Vernon. world to the progress of some drunkenman Reverted. PON'T"BLOCK, THE WAY! .. ,{} r;, !
__ 0- '"
who reeling from one side of the One.of-tho finest examples of "paw- .. r" :,. '" '. '. i
CBIPLEY CITY OFFICIALS! : street to the other slowly and at the k,." hutdoV Is placed', to the credit !)tan .....,.. i
.. '.. Mayor-H. B. Wells. expense of much wasted effort finally old gardener who was In the servIce : Move as fast as the procession move but;; Take the

'Marshal-B. M. Farrlor! destination. of Admiral of the Fleet Sir Alex pac : I
arrive at bill Vdmlral of the, company you are in 'or* make 'way. for.<} man.
Olerk and Treasurer-W. W.:Cook. ander Milne. Tbe was a.. ;" '

Council-A. D. Carmichael' chairman, Cuttlna. grand old man, full of goodness ondkindness behind. _'' -. "v.',_- .

C. B. Dunn.J. U. McGeachy,C. E.,Tbarp )Maud-Mr. firownlelgh triM to flirt ,; but a strict disciplinarian. ,- : < <' t ?/'
W Butler Jr. The gardener having Omitted to do < ;; ,:
O. If<. with every pretty girl be sees. Ethel- : '
Don t Don't'pause
stand in'the of newtadeas. in the
rye seen him try to flirt with you too. something which he had been told to way *

Boston do, his master said to"him: path of better, systemv Don't; settle-down"pn'theladder;' ; of
Transcript ""When I was on board ship I would '

">The have had you put in irons tot disobe- snccesa. Don't. be'a barnacle: on the ship of prcTere'ss.--,
,, Banner Fully nine out; of every ten oases of rheumatism dience." : ,j; z.f" i--.'fVH";; -
is .," -,- '"v '-. Vii3.Change'means .'-''' ;-'"
simply rheumatism of the mils : ,
The old gardeuer was not much; per '
/ '. eles due to cold or damp, or ohronlo rheumatism turbed at .the Idea ,but, leaning on his progress.*,. Progress. means'advancementy ti

a '. neither of which require Rn y. In'- spade, replied; ; .. : :\ ";: :::4-: ;: -i+?'v
S ternal treatment. All that la needed to afford '
Chipley Sir
Alexander '
"Aye maybe
; but AdVancement MOVE "
means movement., ;
the ; 'n -
R relief I, free application of Cham when ye were on board tahlp ye bad a ..c
.. berlain's LlnlmenU Give It a trial. :You ., '
hunger men tae due ae job an' noo ye ..; .;', "
..Stands for the Upbuilding!. of are certain to be pleased with the quick roe'- hae ae ulan tad dae a. bunder' jobs."- DON'T BLOCK THE WAYl I ;,

** list which it affords. Sold by City. DrugStore London Tlt' -Blts. r .--\'/ '
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'h Chipleyv'Washington and K McGeachjvHie .1 "- '" ""' a .......

...- Keep Cool. "
"Whyworry abouttbechildrenf' i

.. County. Testimonial "I can't help It.* '- '' f'f'M '
.''.' Lieutenant Colonel.Sir. Henry Smith, "But, my dear, you are hurting yc u? City --, : ;i

:'', : > &Ln.CL Klorida: ]>; formerly commissioner of tbe city of game of bridge.! "-Kansas City Jour- "

London police tells an amusing .story nal. '-. .>'' to wi tto ftn our confidential letter Barber Y,: ; t I
> before
: appjvlmc iiJ'f
k In his book of reminiscences, finpatnnt; It wnr&h ? :
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obtain hand w.; j
pro [pl..1 U. JL.-
: Foreign'PATENTS : ,,1
Karl Grey 'once complimented Sir ,A Is his
:"S Year. man 'never appreciated In ''' '
; ,',. Subscription, $1 Per 'Henry Smith on some of .hjstestimo- home' town and' "b f Is' usually lot Shop ''.,'' :.;;.:.I

:1- '" I nials. known iii other places. and there ',you and Tj1ADE "
: : or eturn EN
i : i "1 My, my dear fellow,"' he remarked arp.-Atchlson Globe. TIRE I : MARKS model ak.i c*

: ;'' :-'We'make: : a Specialty of on'coming to a most elaborate one,. '.. ..- :-'c:... ". orl'bolOand FREE report wo on Bead paten an IMMEDIATEthe blht.J'. We gtV6I "N o Waitinga ,
., this is the best testimonial I ever .' ATTACKS8CJKJOL! ooiitegal BOTVloe"and advice, gild our
': 'I1tA1..
:Hi; read.In life." I charges are mod.rate. Try tuI. Ba.rb'ers
; my 3 3
Neat. "I am very pleased Indeed, to bear A severe attack vo-' eebool pytnoipal Cba SWIFT & CO. -

c,:,f-- J.t\ your opinion of It" Sir Henry' replied: ; B. Allen ol fiylranla) Oa., is thus- told PlJt Lawyers ,
't :K-- Artistic It him "For-more than three yeetsI suftV>red Everything Up-to-Now.
'If" "for I wrote myself. Opp. t U.S. Patent Ofilco. ashlnpton D.C. '
Indescribably ttuture from ,
.iC "What's that you're earing What rnenmttiam,
I kCommercia1 Printing do xmean7+* asked Earl Grey in -stonlshment. liver and stomach trouble and diseased kidney Shave,.,v: .';\. ... ISc.Halrcuttin '3
,' :you: .
", ,, ...- 2Sc ,
> ,, .. Alt remedies falllJ< fused Electric RE3r HEALTH g. -
Wax TO MOTHER-AND CHILD. ,. .... ... 25cMaaeae .
Shampoo :
'_ ,, ?':.,.;;;', I "This Is_ what I mean,'*' Sir Jlenryanswered lttra./ ,,.but four bottles of this wonder decd t.s.lop over< ',, s YRAltyby" flu been ..'_tf..:".,H.'.'. 25c.

"If a man has not intellect 'uJ remedy (cured.-tn 't'Ii idi iietely." SOcUretiiilu :: MO'rn2R for SIXTY tbel :CH1LDa13N Mlt.I.lOrJl5; or Hair Singe,. .:' .-. .. 2Sc_ ,
.: > she Banner '.enough to write 'a testimonial |tn are common:! I Thousands bfess them .1.a..1.1UNG: ,. with I'IfJU'I: sUCCgs9 WtUI.1t, 11 ,

., his own favor and, energy enough to 1Orlurinar, stomach trouble, female comlalrits ksh e b rsse S i the CHIt-D, },;OflTHN9'VIND the i.asb. We.Soflclt Your'Patronage' a '
meedytfor 1
: > ,,kidney dl.order8"biiliousnefls and + It
"", stand over a friend till bo signs it he'saot.flt ..... lA.Il.RUCU.. .
,'.!(:q':;;'" \Chipley Fla.: for the position I aspire, to." for health sou vlfcor.; Try.them' ; only, eOo 'vinsbw'e selutely .rml"SOoth 10 II'De Byrnprand sure ,and .oaks.k for "Hr., Very Respectfully, ,
I ,t. uootbcr '
at 8 K kind
McOeaoby. rw.ntyare
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1 I Yhe.Examination: Text: Books. i = ........ ,.. .......

(Prickly Ash, Poke Root: and Potassium) The following is a list of Text,1, ,

P Prompt Powerful Permanent Books to be used as the \

the examination for teachers in :
Wire I
Its beneficial ef Stubborn cases Good results are I l eee I
PP facto are usually yield to P. P. P. lasting-it cures Joe.
felt very quickly oth.rmediyou to.tayolU'Od.ciAOII ; .
are useless Orthography-Hunt. *' Speller; 20c.

Reading Any standard author will .
P. P. P. answer. .. .

Arlthmetlc-Mllne's Standard; 6Sc. .

Makes rich red pure blood-cleanses the entire Composition-Elements of English .- ,gI
system-clears the brain-strengthens digestion and nerves.A Composition by Huntington; 60c. 6

j positive specific for Blood Poison and skin diseases. English Grammar=Lawton D. Ev' 30

Drives out Rheumatism andStops the Pain; ends Malaria;' ans'; 40c. 24 .

is a wonderful tonic and body-builder. Thousands endorse it. Physiology-Primer: of Sanitation 61 1 -
by Ritchie;SOC. :.---- .
F. V. UPPMAN, SAVANNAH, GA. Florida History-Brevard and Ben 4'U: .-. '

c nett's; 60c. .. '\__ l-

U S. History-field's Grummar .,.'"-_.. x....._ .....", _. ,
School $1. ---- -
"M iD'r'1'roQble' for Phosphate Cos. of navigation on the river and such Geography-Redwav's; Natural \ -.-..-...-,..".-.."," ..... ,., --.'-,""-.-. ., ,""", ......._....,......_---...._ .._--\........'-

'.cr!!; small quantities of clay and sand as ,School Florida Edition; $1.25. f)
Few Complaints Against Muddying a Small.a" are'washed Into It could not: reach the Agriculture:-Dug-gar's for Southern ''
Fence 'builders
,Just word Farmers and
Stream Causing Difficulties For navigable channel.It Schools; 75c.Physical a :

Big State Industry. is evident, as the phosphate companies Geogrrphy-Muray Sim-
that it is to their interestas 0'e
boards, of trade chambers of say ond'sil; '25. Having ''made deal for; Ten Car Loads G'
well as that of the community to
business organizations of all Civil Government-For all grades .
.kinds, the railroads and individuals save all the water letting as little as Boynton'a School Civics; $1; Yocum's .: of the 'Best American el Wire Fence, we
possible flow into the Alafia and Its
Fate" bending every energy towards the (Civil Government of Florida and the dare

i exploitation of the advantages of 'investing tributary and over again streams.and saved Water from is used wasteIn ov- United States$1.AlgebraMime's. School $1. in position to make. you better prices if

capital and making homes in High ; e'ct
this state a certain small number of storage ponds. Theory,and Practice-For all grades than ever before. '
As to such complaints as has ) 0
our citizens stirring trouble for any School and Class Management Vol. II
; are up basis at all, the mining companies .,
one of the largest industries now here say' Administration and Hygiene, by: Arnold mining of phosphate. that they are making every effort'to ; $1. : .Be ure"'You'see', us''before buying wire e j
find a remedy by still further conserv- ,'
tie i this industry has .been invested ing'thelr water<<:, supply and endeavor elsewhere. It means money saved.- -
,': __; $35,000,000 and on it is depend- School at Home. ;
ing to see that such water as does escape '
less than i5-000 people. The ''e
ntP into the streams will be almost Let the Carver School teach you by .
'phosphate $2,500,000 .
companies spend entirely free from sediment. But teststo '
mail the Art of Photography.
'annually In Florida most of which is Hdw. Co. :
determine how much solid matter is If that Chipley
paid out in you are seeking a profession
,* wages. carried by the escaping. waters show Is not overcrowded and one that is remunerative -
1I Begun in a small way 20 yearn ago, that it is little from '
as as one-eighth
I \phosphate"; operations are now carried of one per cent to three and onehalfper I are advised, respectable to take and up photography pleasantyou =............ $..4DOc'The ..

QQPn a Hydraulic mining cent. .
--Let the Carver School teach
has-been instrumental in reducing the ATTITUDE OF COMPANIES. I '
price of phosphate rock from $9 to $3 a The attitude of the companies has you.
/ ton, and the benefits of this great reduction been that of Indifferent If you are an amateur photographer Fir tNationaI;; Bank
never corporations and wish to make better pictures at a ,
in price have gone principally to the public demands and 'the lower cost,.or wish to become a pro- 'OF PJ5I* JSCOJUJt, FL2 .
farmers, entirely ..
tojthie phosphate being
; public welfare. They were not even fessional-Let the Carver School teach:; "
.consumedin the manufacture of fertilizer given a hearing by the Hlllsboro county you. s Designated Depositary .tt e United BtsUe. .
commissioners before they passed If you are professional and ,wish .. '
Oldest Bank In West
and Florida.
:jlfl( to hydraulic mining however Largest
resolutions to proceed against the companies to work'that'will be ,
produce a pleasure
jhat/the OEa-.A.N'F.7) TVX/ST :10. :xeeo. ;
I ) muck-raking campaign startVdjagalnst both at Tallahassee and Wash- to your customers and a credit
I the mines in Polk and Hills- I '
ington. Investigation was immediately -
to you-Let the Carver' School teach Capital Half Million Dollars.
borough counties Is due. This
campaign begun however to see what ground
-If the complaints of a handful there was for complaint upon which you.The Carver School of Practical Photography Surplus and, Undivided Profit., 41100,000. ''.., .

: of people. .be called by such a name
'' can the commissioners acted and plans offers twenty cemplete practical )m')tt Paldjn Savings Department at Rate of 4 per cent.per Annum.
d': r !ls:based on unproved charges that were: at once made to do away with the and Inexpensive courses covering '

I.,' the phosphate companies are filling up I cause for local dissatisfaction if any all branches of photographic work. THe First National Bank .
' the Alafia river and making the stream''' was found and a remedy was possible.The '.
Write now for full Information it is OP. PflN8A.COLA.. -. ,
unhealthful.. Both the state authorities -
complaints made against the
free and places you under no obliga-
: d the federal governmrnt havebeen to from few W. K. HTBK. JR..President. ; w. s. x.y.... Vlco-Prcs
companies appear come a* tions. Address W.J. FOKBBI Cashier. THOU. W.11snn1.; As4L'Cathlc'r'' W. N. ROBBBTS A....Cushier
by the trouble'makers to families along the river who tell stories Dlrectora-P. C.Brent. W. A.Bl steps which, if carried 'Would The Carver School of W.J.For!).,*. Knowles:UVftr. u Tbo W.Brent
out. of how'clear the stream used to be
\ greatly hamper the mining companies,' before mining l egan.: Just what the Practice Photography. '

and'lii',.........some cases stop operations altogetheirfor companies are expected to do has not Lock Box'504 Waterloo Iowa. High-Class Saw' Mill Machinery .

, a time. been made plain. They are now makIng '
:'H KNO INJURY TO HEALTH. every effort to avoid contaminationof We carry. at our new warehouse,
/1' the stream; they have received a D) J. JONES. 408) and 412 East nay St., a large
s "The. State Department of Health-hasfoundthat
stock of Portable and Stationary
clean bill from the department of health .
1' the companies are not In-
" '
juringUbe welfare and if "navigability" of-the Ala a Xttornev-At-Law.; Engines; Locomotive' and! Horizontal
health of the
or community -
that is being interfiered with the War Department t'llIULEV! FLA. &:,-J Return: : Flue toilers; Saw-Mills
concerned no apparently
can be depended upon to act Planers, Edgers, Saws Belting
the War Department if any one, is the .
in the matter.- and Mill.Supplies; also.engineand
authority that must handle the,matter. ..
.. A ;.t saw-UJlll repairs. "Walao handle the
Thi. eon the theory that the Alafia is A number of boards of trade took action .,
when the state authorities were Attorney at I.HW..Collections I celebrated line Hustler Saw Mills.
a navigable stream coming under the first ask to interfere and passed resolutions a Specialty.Chipley. ariciErle; Engines and' Boilers. This makes the best Saw Mill outfit on earth.
jurisdiction of the Secretary of War.
against such a proceg ling. No Fla Get our prices before buying- we can save;you money A postal will bringour
Old/residents have testified that the ,
action was taken. Now.the. War De-, Traveler. Write for illustrated catalog,covering! your .requirements.
streamja' ncithermore less navigable
nor -
>artiQcnt'bu.'lt In charge and it COOK & 'McRAE Co.k
than It.was 20 years ago, that' maybe 'I fVlalslbyVlocHineiy .

there js as .much commerce on it as ever safely left to thIs authority to see Attorneys; at Law. 408 412 E.. Way'-St.' Jacksonville: ,. Florida.
As a matter of fact there' is more that the ,real Interests of the state are I r 49-orficf IY.Cklplty. State Bilk. Long DItnco, IosfidMi No. liy4,

water owing to the mining companies protected.It I .
sinking"a large number of artesian would be a great misfortune ,if a 1 1few Careful attention given all matter entrust .................I... ....I..I tQ........,..,........................
welliTto'insure complaints,against the muddyingof to my care. Collections made.
of water for
a supply
a small stream should succeed inn Agent for responsible time and flro-teeted Innrance
their purposes.. Furthermore the minesare hampering one of the most important com vanlea. Grow the
located 20 to 30 miles from the head interests in the state. adv. iThey "
Biggest ,Crops.
II I JK President. Vice-President Cashier. Notary Public.. y.

2 First National..anko- ,The, agricultural)
., : Real Estate Handled. published the results of a long"series of field fests..and they

I r MARI2SNNA, FLA. Collections a specialty.Office show plainly that' .animal ammoniates' such as Blook and

I Tankage, made a larger: increase in yield than any other.

Capital, $50,000.00 in First National Batik For instance, it' was' found, .that Cotton Seed Meal. alone,

_[Solicits Accounts of Banks, Corporations Firms and Individuals.. showed gain: per acre' of ;l- -. $ 2.68

i 'Our twenty years experience in'the banking business enables us to offer c&p Tankage,.alone, -' 14.00 "
I you the best banking facilities of any bank in West I Lr or 14 a. We also have a Cotton Seed meal and Potash gained 7.02
, fully equipped Savings Department in which we pay irriirest on deposits. Ac- WOOD'S HIGH-GRADE
counts by mail handled as easily as by personal IntervM tv. Tankage and'Potash gashed 14.29
'I Send us your business. f// P'boa. Pot: '
Coton Seed Meal, Acid & gained 9.12

F. JM. GOLSON Cashier. Farm Seeds. TankagVAtfd'Phosphate, ; and Potash gained 17.80

,- "" Another proof that 'anilnal ammoniates are BEST.. v .

I > . } {} (} < the Wfe best are in all headquarters Farm seeds. for ............'..."** .

: teat Grass and Clover Seeds ,Armour 'Fertilizers '

Printing" Seed Cora, Cottonseed, ,"
Cow Peas Soja Beans
'. ,
Creates a good: iihpression Sorghums, Kaffir Corn / are animal matter'gooflsj furnishing a steady

Millet Seed,Peanuts,etc. I soure ofplant food''' throughout the entire
r ,
among your 'correspondents( "Wood's; Crop issued growing season. -

and to business Special monthly ....-...-. '
helps give '
your gives'timely information as to .. .

' I : .. /' plant each month in A.:. R. Wells. Sales 'Agel t. .
prestigeWe }
: .,
:' the year.also prices! of Season- .
,( able Seeds Write for arsta..rterar: '
f : ; do Neat Printing maile s .
e on request.T. Manufactured
By .
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i : : )I Reasonable! Prices. t.!r W. WOOD & SINN, Artifo'uV' Fertilizer Works "+,

Beadsmen, ,Richmond,Va: .
,j .c: : Banned_ Job Office JACKSONVILLE.. FLA. 1

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] Personal IT Rome wamn't built in a day, we're told 11 Town Topics.Let's IT ..Ip'"; j:- \/'..: ;'

1tr'i Neither wu Chipley; .... J' ,,,',''t1'" .
,{, J. J. Cox was ut.trom Wausau, But building a little every day have, cleaning'up day in I THEFIRST ;..h/ 1:;"
Empty loU filled soon will be.i r''
Saturday. ', Chipley. .
rxrn i Fortune were never made in a year, \ > '
A. D. Campbell spent Saturday Banner all the cot- '!
I Neither was world wide fame; Bring The 'i "
I in Pensacola.J. But patiently pulling atone on fetone, ton rags you have. -

H. Porter was up from the Gets one ahead. of.the. garnet May 1st, general post card: thing to consider" depositing money in a banii.I.-
site Wednesday. I
county '
day. Remember it. security. The capital and surplus. are the d o 1 '
I'' A. J. Ghett of Pollard, Ala., The building known as "Cen- : .;
,{ was a visitor here Friday. tral Hotel" and owned by Jt T. Last Saturday was Children's'Day ors protection fund. TheNATIONAL.' .\':; 1:
at the Florida Cbautauqua. ;
Washington is to be overhauledand ,II\
Eugene Rodgers of Baltimore, repaired, and when completed Try a little advertisement in ;<:.;;<'

: spent Saturday in the city. will be furnished and openedto our business local column and :;..J'"
D. J..Jones spent Saturday in the public as a hotel again. see the result. government: superintends and examines this .bank"'""i .'(.'

Pensacola, on legal business. At a meeting of the directors, "Yes, 'most'of the people who well-
Our. stockholders and directors are ,;;
; : W. C. Alford of Hartford, Ala. it was decided that. the Inter- see this paragraph-will turn the \. .. .,..

: was a visitor here Wednesday.R State Fair would be again held atPensacola'tbis i paper upside down." .. to-do business men. This_ S <..' .
fall. Several WestFlorida
< A. Steiner of Montgomery, The Banner wants'50 pouuds '

c:' was in town Tuesday on business,, counties are preparing to clean cotton rags.. Have you any? / BANKhas
take part in it. What is Wash
has Will pay good price for them.
W. G. Jones of Wausau,
ington county going, to do? been established over 5 years during which "
I been appointed a railway mail An ounce of prevention js said
I clerk. May 1st has been suggested as to be worth a pound of cure. So time it has.served the banking public faithfully and
"Post Card Day" for Florida, ) .
Buell Cook was looking aiter and Governor Gilcbrist, last week put your premises thorough. built up a large and prosperous business., The best

: legal matters at Pensacola Sat- issued a proclamation to this ef sanitary, condition. service possible is none too good for our country ,

< T urday. i I fect. It is hoped that everybody Yourjob printing done in the < .,.- '
i. Ed YaThrough of Uniontown, will accept the suggestion, and "Quality Prining" style will add customers and the"people of *
on that date mail out a few post- -
Ala., was bne of the visitors here materially to its efficiency. The '
\f cards illustrative of this section.
: 'CHI P .
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i -. Monday. Banner office does that kind of .
; The fourteenth Conference for printing.

M. E. Payne of Sweetwater, Education in the South will I beheld ; ." ,
Money is made by selling rather -
.1 .was a business visitor in the City at Jacksonville, commencing

{. ,r'; Tuesday. April 19th.and continuing three __than_ 1. by buying.tb': Let our__11 farUJC13'U tb .........'..... '.1 i. ,.... ..I..II.I.."."...."..,....

: :': : S. A. Alford returned Sunday days. The them of the Confer- ave some lug LIT OWA& e "

!f :. morning from a abort business ence is the better adaptation of year 'round and.they wilt be jn Improved farm machinery is Ladies, come see our line of
.. education tp life, and especially dependent. "daintv laces and embroidary.
: trip to Pensacola. one of our long suits; see our dis
to rural life in the Southern the The Misses Richardson.
According to testimony of
play. Dunn-Coleman Co.
Miss Sue Mizell of-Enterprise. : states.
I eminent physicians in, the Coca Dunn-Coleman Co. have the
Ala., is here visiting her sister, The Misses Richardson call the
The largest real estate trans-
Cola and Distributors.
case tried in Chattanooga, prices on Planters -
Mrs. Will Sherer action to be executed in this sec- that popular beverage is worse attention of the ladies to the line I See them.Orlnding. .

Dr. Tiller and wife spent Sun- tion recently was the one consu-: than booze. of Hair Goods they have just re .

day and Monday with the Dr's. mated last week wherein, Alford ceived.. ., Days.
Diversification in \
the' hands of -
R, parents Pinelog. Bros Co. tra sfered to the Ay- and Saturday
intelligent farmers, the magician Why don't you put a good fence Tuesday, Thursday -

O. R. Smith, of. the, Wausau cock Lumber company about 's wand that will evoke the around. :,your. farm; we .have' the of each week is griding
timber The
: Lumber Co., was in town yes- considetation 11,000 acres of is said to land.have been riches stored by indulgent nat- wire; come see us about it.. Dunn days at the Chipley Grist Mill.

terday on_ business. $10 per acre; which .is considered ure in our soil. Coleman Co. M. MORRIS Prop.O9O99O999OO999O9OO99999O999O9OO9OO999O99999999O99OO9 .

s John E. Rawls, Jr., of Fair- a very reasonable price., In passing, stop and, take a lookat

mount, 0., Was one of the tourist Would n't it be good idea for Campbell & Dekle Go's show

\ ,visitors here Friday. Chipley to have a general clean. windows. They look good to us, i

., ..' Mrs. R. W.Bryan and children ing up day home time right soon, because it- contains something I How to be Happy 1 1 i i iI

'I. .' of Graceville, visited her mother now that spring is upon'us. We good to eat and wear.

f here, first ot the week.W. suggest that Mayor'Wells issuea
,. ., '. proclamation naming a day, and We' heard a young man remark Though Married. I I II
H. Faulk was.over from his I I II
request every merchant and last week that .the,. large hats theladies I I
:-' : still at Clarksville and mingled householder to remove all trash i wear are very becoming to I nice comfortable home 1I I 1 I II II
'j ., with friends Saturday. and other unsightly, and possi- some of them-they came so far Fix up a .-.. I I I

Colquitt Johnson of Miller's bly unhealthy accumulations down over their faces.If select the girl of your choice, always, < 1 1t
j 'I from about their stores and premises .
Ferry, was shaking hands with I I. thoroughly eliminating any you want to buy anything,or be pleasant and curteous, and purchase -
1 friends here Saturday. cause there might exist for cases have something that you do not (
i of summer sickness. yourStaple
f T. E..Gainerof; Econfina, was need and would} like to exchangefor
I J in town Friday looking after matters .- cash,'a small ad in our busi- and Fancy GroceriesFROM

i of business import. An Interesting Letter. ness locals will turn the trick,

I Uncle Crate Tiller of Pinelog, After studying the Bryne Sim- If you can read the contents of I ... ... .
,. plified Shorthand for about five -
is spending a few days here'with Coca Cola, as brought out in the
weeks, I could write 150 words a W. I
his son, Dr. R. E. Tiller.E. Chattanooga investigation and HARVEY
minute of unfamiliar matter
S. Howard of Washington, then continue to drink it, to. say LW'
court reporting. I had 'never FREE DELIVERY j j
D. C., was in town,Tuesday,. anda studied any system of shorthand the least. you have a strong stom- '
caller at the Banner ach. +e000aeCCooooCooooocoocCoccc
pleasant : cccoooo
before. I have had. no trouble
sanctum. ... either in -
writing or reading the .
Mrs. L.. D. McRae and baby Byrne Shorthand. I would not :;.

returned Friday morning from a take for this course ten times

few days visit with friends at what it cost.
', DeFuniak. ETHEL MCDONALD. "

;' Mrs.. L. D. McFatter of Vern.on Stenographer Chicago, Rock Isl-

: .,. visited. with her daughter and & Pocifi Railroad. Farming .

r- Mrs. R. E. Tiller, here a day or
two last week. Miss McDonald has since mar-.

ried her employer.
:: ,.A. Jordan, State pure food '
The West Florida Business
i i inspector, was in' town Friday, College, Marianna, Fla, teaches : 5
on business connected with the Operatto"1 > ;
this system both at the college
duties of his office. :
and by correspondence. -S
L. E. Miller, president ot the -, ,. .
L. 7., : .. ': :

.B. C. & St. A. railroad, was down Waftcft Lost. ::":::"" ".:., ,. '::,:
"from Philadelphia, and spent a Anyone finding a small ladies' .. ::""!o.t I :: .. cc"" :"" :' '_ ,.oj,;, :'" '::. .. ':'.'.,;,'-*.-;..'
few days thIs and last week.: '' '
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gold watch, Waltham movement, ; ,
Mondtiyreveningfrom '
.Sheriff Allen returned
inside "John "
engraved case, to "
a triple South I lor- Eunice Dec. 5 "" with "' I.ows. Plow Gear. Hames.: Traces, Bolts. Clevises
1888; a fob calls.I I for :
"', ida after a prisoner-a negro,who attached, will please returu same : and all other things of the kind.. / ...'.j',
1 it is said committed a murder .in tome ">'
and $5 reward.
receive '
You.will find our.stock and .: -,'
complete prices right.
.i the Bay"country recently. Miss GLADYS If AIUUOR. .

J. M. Sapp Mrs. Berta Blake, .

":. and Rev. Cbappelle wife and W'uted-SO pounds clean cotton ...
"". daughter, left- Tuesday for Tal- rags. The Banner Page.... ,..Steel.Wire Fencing is one of our specialties :

.: v 'lahasse, to attend the meeting of Call in"and see our line ot En- ., :" ''We:have-it in. all widths. See us before buying. .
K:,&'.the State Sunday School Convention amel ware. Dunn-Coleman Co.. :, ; '
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Rev. S. B. Rogers, State Secretary : <
40 bu. Unknown. Peas, ', ,.
for the Florida Baptist Con- at Schell's.When .IJ .: : Dunn-Coleman Co. ,

vention, and former pastor of the .

..Baptist church at this place was death oc/rurs a. coffin or ..' ;. :, .. A. 6. McQUAGGE, General Manager.

,.jjf '.tbe guestot Iriends here a few casket is req u&ed; we have them

.- Vigours: f Thursday afternoon.: I Dunn-C.Jedan Co. '

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