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Place of Publication:
Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
April 13, 1911


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Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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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Vol. XVIII. Chipley. Washington County, Florida April 13th, 1911. No. 4 I

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Dont' Grumble. makers and are worth a whole
A Grave War Peril. opportunity to try out its Dread-

DO Concern is expressed by army naughts? It is painful even to Don't ,be a grumbler Some regiment of grumblers.Just .. .
consider the state of mind at ,the people contrive to get bold of the
P officers in the Department of the received
BILL LETTER capital on the appearance j
summer prickly side of everything, to run
East the defenseless(?)con- '
over 40 bu. Unknown Peas,
HEADS R lIE DIJ: ot a squadron off Boston and disa
dition of the Atlantic seaboard.It : against sharp corners at Schell's. '
NOTE ENVELOPES before light greeable thing.: Half the strength
was bad enough, they say,' -
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HEADS BUSINESIJ': the withdrawal of detach- spent in grumbling 'would often When you want Laces and Embroidery '.., -
STATEMENTS. N CARDS ments of coast artillery to Texas timid. secure But no as time a refuge'for should be set things 'right.; You may as the best' place to get it

PAMPHLETS but now only 7,000 men are left well makeup your mind, to begin is at the Misses Richardson's.A .
lost by jingo patriots impressing -
'r to man the guns out of a full com- with, that no one has ever Bon-
MILL COMMISSARY on the new congress a reali- jail delivery occurred at
CHECKS I: ,' CREO plement of 38,000. From Maine zation of the existing peril and found the world quite as he would ifay Friday morning, but only
to Fort Monroe the country is like it; but you are to take your
the need,of more men and more two prisoners escrped.
RECEIPTS N DRAFTS: open to invasion, it being possiblefor defenses. part of the trouble, and bear it .

WEDDING VISITING any fourth or fifth class power .. .. bravely. You will be sure'to have
INVITATIONS, G CARDS: to effect a landing: almost anywhere .. burdens laid upon you that belong DR. T. G. PATES,
north of the panes of the LOll Toe.. For Sole. to other people, unless you With T WENT YEARS' J

TO ORDERWanted50 Chesapeake.Here We have for sale three yoke of are a shirk, but doq't grumble.If EXPERIENCE as an l I

is striking new evidenceof oxen and log,cart; all in good con- the work needs doing, and you EYE SPECIALIST,

the "decline ot the military dition. Will take $200 for outfit: cannot do it, never mind about wit DE AT

pounds clean cotton' spirit." Where is Hobson in this Two yoke ot the oxen will girt 6$ that other who ought to have doneit Dr. Wilson's Office.IN .

rags. The Banner. perilous crisis? So far as knownno feet; one yoke 54 feet. For fur- and didn't. Those workers from ELEVEN GM1PL.BV to SIX o't'' ,-

Washington county-in the "fourth or fifth class power"is ther information_ call on or ad- who fill up the gaps, and smooth First Tuesday In Each Month.\

Land of Sunshine and Flowers. preparing to take advantage of dress. away the rough spots, and finishup tir Examinations FREE.

100 at the barn. the occasion, but what if Italy or FRED BUSH & SONS, the jobs that others leave un My Penaaoola; office Is Room No 410
HAY-$1 per J. P. Schell. Austria-Hungary should take the Ebro, Fla. done-they are the true' peace-, Hlount Uulldlnsriti ".
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PUBLISHED KVKRT TBUIISOAY., ,I 'Now line of Spring Styles of American Beauty Corsets. : / I

At Cblplcy PI*. Sterling Taylor of Macorn, was i''f .
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at UM poctoffica at CWpler'.P1a. ai .t., : ". -i.,
second claM mall matterSUBSCRIPTION Wednesday morning. Come see us, : .;>!::- ''::..1. }'-I.. .:, "' : I IA"
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THREE MONTHS,.:25,. Mrs. J. Ii. Porter .va any_> \ ,; '. \< : ;.ii<,;:'":' i; ,,: : ::,. II
at Vernon, Thursday. bur fame ?:(l \ ; .,
business ; 'fi.P.; to show the goods'which broadens .t7 : :........OO.i"'
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local Interest are solicited. 1Is were in town, : your, _. ... '-;<-,' .. . '. .,:!of..,. ', t" ; 'ril'i' J' '
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I Pinelog, wasmingling wheia'theyshouldliappy-be., f e | i' \1
.:' of Tale BANNER will not be responsible W. Payne of S re somVfalse one:Deceives them, ; 'r: ,'." ;, r, ;". '' .'
lot: opinions expressed by correspondents friends here "' I.I.r :" 'I *: ... t )" :
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TTK BANNER wants. live representatlve ice Saturday. Lt"every'one"who. .. ., . : .. ..... ';/d. ( .

4M In the and county correspondent, and will at make ever liberal arrangements Miss Ida Jeffries has been tea- .. Liveand1' live prices':toyou'' .$of alU. /: .' -.. :, C, .:-i;, ., *, "' ".>: i
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with the rl trt parties._ school here for T. ', .. : :: .
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i .'THURSDAY. !! April 13.-'V''. two: weeks. .__andD _. .. '. ,.', ," ; ,: .f. '- "
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not draw conclusion i until you have met ; '
.J:;,: 1 Florida's share of last year'scotton C, Jones has recovered from a Be- \ i o a : :" / ,.:: 0\ I

4, crop was..68,295. bales. yere case of'Rosaola. 've yt b log we the very beat,, ., ). : ,

gre need is good Clitton McKeithen and sister, ,. 1,: ', .: :
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Florida's necessity is Miss Fannie ot the Valley were '
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better highways. Chopping here Saturday. M end your'patronage as youwould: ,'like us do .. .. ...:
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Good road and better schools at Cowford Saturday S ndless' Joy will crown your efforts through.. -: ...
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should be championed by every night and Sunday. .' ..

\ member of the legislature. C owe. dojrour trading with us;, ,. : .
., .Mesdames M. E. Grant and C. '

,: -. Old guard Republicans in the L. Jones and children are suffer111ft JOur clerks will.surely' treat you right, JII

',.' House were hard hit by Df pJoo:' with,cases of Rosaola.J. ,

\ r .' : :cratic rules changing the size ol J. Tiller and Z. C. Jones mingled -

'committees. with the finny tribe at Dykes\
Florida's fisheries bring some- drill pond Friday and Saturday. bags holding ajbaut; a quart.Thirtysix 8

Uncle James Yates and wife of ago we began to \
thing like five million 'dollars to years II'
.--'::-.'; the State each year. And that's north of Vernon visited Dr. Brun- see it in 200 lb sacks; it was then Wash-Day Goods. ,

_, :'no "fish story. son and wife Friday and Saturday measured for corn the half of an .

t r,: ,.w't '" .. & The big mill was shut. downSaturday old wooden match or-5c snuff box ,

r-'' : hundred bills were in- and the managers and full.was each bill of corn When things are put through the wash

J :,.. introduced: in three hours in, the went to Now we see regular ,
,, .. .'ri almost the entire force bya boy. you can tell what they are,
"I: 5j": /:j new House, most of them calling' DeFuniak.W. guano distributors carrying 175 '
Goods has Stood the Test' for 27 Years. .
J'J".\for tariff. revision. pounds in the. hopper and pulledby My .
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and little
M S..Jones son, '
I & a $300 mule. And on.we go I keep up with the new things, and 1

1 .- .\ T. Albert Jennings says' .he man spent Friday afternoon on in. improvement; but can't say' I, hold fast to the good Old '. ,.

will not be a candidate for 'Gov- Pinelogy fishing. 'They returned ,that the quality has improved need"wash t, I
with a fine catch.r
.ernor. The announcement will any ftYWIMllffiMllffil day*goods, I seep them
doubtless bring heart-smiles. Nice showers during the past .. t
for .
_._ other aspirants. week and the farmers are busy ,, It is probable that the' : you. k
My stock of Hardware,.
-. ....1 putting in tbeir, cotton .crop, brought. up again in .
:' '" Georgia has adopted May 4thas which wijl} be considerably larger thoroughly w Ranges, Stoves, Sash and I
Senate and more
.- postcard day; California used than last year. than dyne 'during Doors, Co'mns.and Caskets .
the Florida idea of post card dayon i investigated. .
"March 1st. Florida will have Charley Hicks caught a trout the- last session of congress. <<; Guns and Ammunition

.,'. to make the most of its opporturnitypn at Gap pond Thursday that tip- Startling'revelations have been Dynamite. Crockery '

the'lst of May this year ped the scales at' a little more brought out by a committe of.the II III Glass ware Enamel ware j ji

than 10 pounds. Charley is a Illinois state senate. The editorof '
r because the scheme will be too Sewing Machines, :Paints
good fisherman and knows whento the Chicago RecordHeraldtold
common next year. : Oil Jap-a-Lac,. Farming
and how to fish. of receiving intelligence thata
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Utensils; Picture
( President Taft's message to The recent letters in the Ban- 'thousand' dollar fund 't' I: '

..- Congress was very brief and to ner from the little school girls at was used to elect Lorimer, and (made to order) andLast '

?L .- the point on reciprocity. It was Soutbport were very interesting. while he refused to give the name but not least, N 1

,; for this he called the extra ses Wonder if they won't observe of his informant the informant Fishing Tackle that's:"lit for'.fishing. } .'

sion, and be'is not exploiting,other Mothers Day thesecond 'Sundayin has'revealed himself with names I A|

he and dates 'makingvery strong fWl will be pleased to serve you.
issues, however; much maybe May.and giver .us another interesting ; .
"called onto consider them be- letter. evidence. YOURS. TRULY,

.fore the end of the extra session. Our little town bad its usual r I' .. ''
.. ... of Governor Al- R. .0. HORNB.
The message
number of visitors Saturday,
Governor GilchrisVs suggestion'of bert W.'Gilchrist'sent to the legislatureat -
whom we note: 'C. C. Carter -
:' one primary in which afirst its opening last week, 8
Wash Wood. 'Robt. Simmons
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and second choice of candi- notwithstanding its length, wa"san
Henry Carter, Charley Hicks,
dates may be voted for has cre- able state paper, and in it are
Henry Mercer, W. T." Wyatte,
ated much comment throughout found recommendation for needs "
and Jesse Waller. Palmer (College
the State.; There is one thingsure jd laws that the members should ,

: the primary law should, be Uncle Ben and Curtice Jones'went heed. We hope to see a number
-... fishing Satur- ,_ Defuniak. Springs, Ba.
.before the Legislature to Gap pond recommendation
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-adjourns.. day afternoon, We are informedthat into laws. Attendance larger than- .1
V executed A Christian school for boys and girls.
I'.v. .. their catch small-one school : x xfog. :
was and w.ell equipped
.,t'''''''' before. .Strong corp of teachers. Large ,
.' ):.. :-'The. farmers of this section mud-cat and a hog-back sucker. needs good l .' .. Two dormitories. Good board. Careful oversight. Expensescrate. ,

'should' at least produce feed stuff Suppose they have been employed .' Washington roads county ,good Gymnasium; Tennis, and,other out door exercises,.
roads. Good mean
A, sufficient supply the demands'of to fish for the P.. & W. fresh schoolsgood homes,goodchurch'cs. Spring Te 'm'Begins Feb. 2nd. n11 t

its people instead many'thou. water fish company k'h'
; : citizenship generally Will be admitted to any c1 ; ;
and good time for pupils to enter. ;
A splendid
:: sands of dollars worth are ship :; I
It,.seems that Pat Gibson, a iog. Support any good movement toward ea lorwhlch they are prepared. By entering now time' will be' 'saved' s
.;x.ped here each year. The money has in / would call special attention to the fact that'clauel taby' #
laulerof this place, been good roads, and you_ will education, We "t
:made: on the farm comes from>\1 faculty are being started-to accommodate 7th'.
___ ', hard luck 'recently;; two weeks not be for it. the regular ""
r{"'this.. source,'not simply\ from :rail''. ago a thief carried off a valuable .. 'sorry* d ftth'grade' students, thus by tbia'speclal attention entering now'theybe ,

r t, / :!f,?':, ing cotton. .. '- yoke of oxen; he lost a week's NOTICE. .. prepared For further for' the information academy next and year.catalogue, address, ?;;+ ,

', time and$50 in getting them back First! Judicial Circuit: of Florida, 4', ,t.
:??f;,, Good roads legislation promises he.thief. escaping.. One night t Circuit Court of Washington' County Rev. Lynn R.' Walker, Pres .
,: to be the most important issue Consolidated Naval: Stores '; '* Prof. 0.0. FisherPrincfpE. :
::: :.r;. last week a thief entered his Company, .a Coprporatlon ;.- .1 . {;,
session of the: ,1 u .
!t>.::;;.before the present carried off about.lOOlbs vs ,"''Wi ."-. -
home and ,
J. W. lllnson n. B1. Land ,
and if the members i
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of bacon, We think Pat would Clarissa-Land hja wife ." :..
I" ",.. will devote more time to._perfect Angle K. llraxtoD, Burr MACHINERY C
; be justffiedtin using big 's'hot rear Bras ton,her husband : ] ...''" 1
-' '! a measure: that. will be ot Annie. Luclle' Forehnjid 43. Bay Street.

"fMing. .wide benefit and that. will freely. Thomas Levis Urlffllth W. Griffith, his wife.and. JACKSON VI L.U F% ,L.ORIDA.. "ij'.

1 .. prepare the way*to( the. establishment We see the editor,in,last weeks The defendants Tnomas W. GrlEBtfi stock'of Mac
( Largest
and LevtaUrltHth, h'.s: wife are hereby
., ot a system f'I'ood Banner gives( us a little sketch of required to appear to the bill tiled In this in Florida for saw mill .l'
ttith of April, A. D.I9H. rL ,
aleontbe day
throughout A. D.Campbell's. fertilizer factory '"
'roads highways
This order to be published once m week planing mtllft.
the'State, and leas time to heap- at Cbipley That is'one of the four consecutive weeks. In'tbe Chlpley '
a Washington Manner, a weekly new'Duperpubligbodat EAR 5WIAR MACHI I;
,, ing.:unnecessary laws upon the many needed factories in Chlpley; Waehingtortcount#, Florida. ,
and the seal of 'this built for rSr
Witness, my hand has been
J.-. (:' : statute books, they will be able county. We rememberwelt Court, this 20th day of March,..A. D. lOll
their homes at the the first guano we ever saw; -- -.' (Signed) VV. O. LrOCXEY. more built today than a
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.f.. '.'. .>' ..closebftheeessignwith. the full t'was the first year after,the civic 1 j Seal of }' of Washington' County: er. Let us:.tell you why" ;

.' _..,.,"( odsciousness'tbat'theyare. ., true.. i(war_ closed,'and if ,was put up -.CourtFlorida_:: BT S.:! A; UKMUHILL: SeaiPfor catalog and:, (r,
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THE BANKER.if : Fat 'iof Portugal' Homer.

'''Tbe tuslad" 1ft.. one of the noblest THE i
records ever written of national glory: SOUTI1MIN LllfE+ AND ACCIIJEMI1tyl1l1'iLI1CC .

: and success. Camoens. Its gifted author ,
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_M. E. Church tJbaAIa, Soutb.PreaokinRevttylet determined to do for Portugal Eve ry Month'writes : : O DJ.p fl.ll; Tv I IOF'
and'3rd Sunday at 11 a. m. ana*p. m. what Homer bad done for Grc'gee. The

R. U. Williams, Pa.tor. treat poem was written In the sixteenth \ : '
10 m. W. N. Sheab, .ola P. of
Sabbath School a. Roberts '
century, which has been called 1

" Superintendent.Prayer Meeting Thursday nights.Young the heroic age of Portugal and iii"" Vienna, Mo., "I used 'to be Ri. > : Alarianna, Florida. .
f; meeting Tuesday main feature Is \ ,
Men'grayer the rounding of the\ sick most of the time and
\ Everybody cordially.Invited.. : Cape of Good Hope by Vasco da a a ma, Invites-your-attention to Us New Line Policies, as embodying the maximum -
,; a I suffered with'backache..and g
While a most interesting episode( Is of'practjeal protection at the lowest A
Baptist bhurch-Preaching,.verT and -"the crowning after 'death oft\ Iuez de .head che. My Mother,who g practical price. remarkably,
and 4th Sunday. Rev. CoWer.pattor. contract but safe conservative, and backed by home capital
O cheap
7'\ *V V. Hawk. Castre as queen of Pcrtni&l. "The had been
1 Sabbath:: School 10 a. m., :: greatly helped, by ,
Superlnteneent., Luslad" took Its name from Lushes the, use of Carduf got me a ', W. H. MILTON,, Pre.ldem.n 8
"Pr..ver MeetlnK.Wednesday night. who was said to have founded Llsbcu.Its ,
,." i'' 'two Directors? J- Gammon... John MUton Jr., W. H. Wataon N. A.Baltzell., O
and I have
. 'Ii, ..-- author was' born about 1520. and [ bottles S j.; g. Bmok*. ... M. Dllkm. H. II. Lewla. John Milton. III. ? 3
: Poatofllee J>lr cory. ri his career :which began brjlllnntly.waa'bllBhted'by been well ever ,since." DocceecccGcccoooeoeeeeoeeeeceeeeeeeoceeeceoeeeoooocMuIf

?;1 ." ", Office} hours 7:30 a. ...u'oOOY: -m.;, ''elt- the1 death of a broken
cept Sundays. heart of the lady of hIs| love for whose _.
\ '' Eastbound mall closes at 10:20 a.n sak? be was -banished from the land.
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f \ ,' ,\" ")' West-bound mall closes l at 5:10 p.m. tie wrote "The Luslad" In his bonlsU- rke'CARDUI: I IThe it Is Machinery you want, we have It. Write 4.

I, .I in, Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 bound'in- mint and was recalled In 1571./ 101hlonthe'way its for// catalogue, prices and terms. ,
of the east
:' and leaves. on arrival' all hU property except Ills: "
.' 1(. mall poem Pensioned at first by the king MALSBY COMPANY
ae "
to 13:80'p.'IIr., .
" :: Sunday hours: 11:30 m, ,

,,. ,';h office Money Is open Orders, except Issued at all. hours when' this In great great poverty epic poet In of 1570 Portugal, 'when died his Woman's": Tonic;'' 41 South Forsyth St., ATLANTA GA.

'J P SHELL P, M patron warn also dead. Cardul: is, a gentle tonic
l' ,, ( We seU the following wen-known' goods Anterlbin,
4' --- for and old women. ,
: Down In a Coal Mine. young ,, 'tench&DromgolGeiser: "Peerless, ,aid Smith Myers & SchnlerSowAilJs
t1 / ,,OuXClabbfagLUt. To the to It relieves and prevents : in all sizes and capacities; Erie City Qaiser "Peerless/' and Houston,
'I accustomed the
and' Atlanta ear contant ,od& Gamble and RoiL-jra! In nl sizes Challoner, and Perkins
.. BANNER Semi-weekly i w Engines: | ; .
''f'' ?. sound of a living world the stillness paige I It builds strength.It "
',.Journal, per year, 173. glc; Machinery: ; Band Saws, Edicts{ grist Mills, 'Peerless" Threshers,
I I BANHKR! and Thrice r-week New YorjifcWorld. of a coal mine, where'' the miles feeds the ne'rves. if helps ''" ,era' Steam Feeds.-and vatlotwcXner Machinery, Repairs and Mm Supplies.
? year, $1.05. of crosscuts! and entries andbe uu- .\ i furnish jou best Machinery! on the market and at the'same
per '
the whole
''I yielding walls swallow up all sounds' system. S .' s vi, 7011 incncy. W? !Ilan r. 'q branch house.
\ w ''a BANNER.' and Seml-weeklf-Tlmes-tn-,$1.50. and echo is a silence.that Is complete I Made from harmless ..:.._ ..,. ..._____, ... .i
S n and pklzenperyear \ ,
but as one becomes accustomed the
:'BANNER and Home and Farm per year roots and herbs, It has no. I
1.2/1/ f' ilence through long'hours'of solitary after-effects.( OF FLORIDA. Florida State For/Women I
i \ work sounds become 'audible that bad does not UNIVERSITY College

-+-- : would escape an earless trained. The Interfere with the. use of !' GAINESVILLE TALLAHASSEE

; G ne era14Directory.STATE trickling murmur of the gas, the 'spat- -any other medicine' and,can Superior But Inexpensive Institution fort Collage Art and Sciences Normal 'ScWooI.
terlng fall of a lump of coal Io6.scm.etl Florida Young Men. School of Music. School of Art. School of Expression

OFFiLIAI.S. by some mysterious force from u do you nqthing bujfeood.\\ : Four cnlleorea aarlcolturml expurlnfent: stations; First, School class.of equipment Home Economic throughout.' Tuitionfree.

pvernor-Alber W. Ollchrlst. cranny In the wall, the sudden knockIng Try Cafdu'. !4willhelpyou. anta.University{0 per extonBton.cent Increase' 46 profee in attendance ore and assist fast address. Other, expense very low. Fur' information .,

;ecretary; of State-H. 'Clar ''Crawford and breaklrig of a stratum far: rip Your dealer'sells it. catalogue year. Attractive address buildings A. A. MtRPHREE and campus., Prcililent.For EDWARD CONRADI, PrtiUMl.S ,
In ''the rock above or'the scurry 'of a
ttorney: General- Park Trammell. :
rat .off somewhere In the darkness "
'om.'Asrlculture-B. E. MeLI' 'striket, on the ear, loud| andBtartllng., "iiARQUHARMACHIJ'lERY

[ s rer-WJq'. Knoti.npt. .. The eye too becomes/ trained to:,P ne. CO.

Public Instruction-:W. M Hollo. trate'the darkness-but the darkness IsM Where 'Plato Taught. 431 B. Boy Street* .

way' : j complete that there Is a limit-the 'The famous I1cl'il leruy of PJato was JACKSON'GILLEP L.ORIDA.Everything1' ,;
oMptrgller: C. Croom. limit otrthe rays cast by the pit lamp. In a suburb/'of Athens, about |:a mile .

"Joseph Husband In'Atlantlcr. north pf the,.jbypilum gate. H Is said to 'for the saw: mill_ and
;y j Sppreme.Court-Thos. M. Shack leford, I have belonged 'to' the hero AcademJs; ,

ChteeT JuBtlce: Jtt.U.vMabrv, Cleft I I'ChamberlaIn's I hence the mimo. It.' vas surrounded plaining1 mill. We are now selling
Stomach and Liver Tablets -
Railroad lJomml.1ron-R. Hudson Burr, with a wall end 4idorned with walks
all I the well known Farquhar Machinery
\ assist nature in driving ImpuritiesOut '
ChaU'man; R., C. Dunn, Clerk. groves and fountains. Plato'llppseyseda >
and, '
f the system Insuring a free reyularcpndiuoaan -
'fudge"first judicial circuit-J.'Emmett : restoring the eTrKans ,of small'estate lu the neighborhood and -v direct to the user, whleh means
for some fifty years taught his "divinephilosophy" '
Wolfa!,Penaacola.# t the body to health aDd streunth., Hold by S a saving,tour customers.Large
and old I
to assembled ,
StaW Solicitor>> tlrst,3udlelul circuit-J. store S. McOeachy.. '
City Drug
Walter Keh ; ajid, In, the academy 'to listen ,to his I ., a'4s Stock- -E SY Terms.
wise words. Aftei; Plat 's death, In '

SolS B. 0, the academy lost much of Its Send ,for\\Cat aloe and Prlcea.( _5:' 5M

I ,u.ND OFFlfcE OFFICIALS; Portuguese and CodfUh. fame, but the beauty' remained for '
It Is an Interesting fact that the fishermen :'
Gainesville Fla. centuries after the greqt was
B.$;; Chubb, Register, ,

a ht.(p ld7w rren, Receiver; -Gainesville.WASHINGTON and --developed,I of northern the fishing Portugal Industry started on no'more.-Jlew York ,American. Physicians Advise ,

-- tit.-"'banks" 'off the northern ''of ng
Ii ;, f roast' The pyali. Passion. the use of a goodlaxatlve: to keep'the bowels open and prevent the poisons of undigested
COUNTY'OFFICERS. America and though they now send I He- I hear that .your husband has food from gettinginto your systekn. "

Circuity,Qlerk-W, O. Leckaf, Vernon. fewer ships their taste for salt icod taken] to. smoking agujn. I thou'ght'you I Ir The latest product of sdenoa to VELVQ Laxative Liver Syrup, purely vegetable,gentle,

\ouDtJ': ''' IIt'.L A. Iluiehlsnn'Vernon. from ..Newfoundland I la, unabated, Insisted that*be shoqld give It up? reliable and of' a pleasant. aromatic taste. Velvo acts on the Irw, as well aa on the '

i hert1f.u( ,O::Allen, Chlpley.Treasnreif fact, It IB a national portuguese' /dal1i. She-Yes, so I did, but I ,found sucha stomach and bowels, and'Is of the greatest possible efficacy'In constipation, tadtotation/ ,
>a.rB. Tiller Vein.rLax ty.. It la found In: every little grocery i pretty smoking! Jacket tit a bargain biliousness, sick headache, feverishness, < ---, etc Try VF 1

V AMJUsorJ.. J. William. Chlpley. shop, hard and 'brown as a board. A sale! ,

-W. B Oalaer. JtCOnllnMSU&ft"RI1 aumber of Portuguese have made their' : LAXATIVE
Tax I
. r tructlon-B. Gainer/ home on the islands to the -south. Of I A Weak Climax.,

| ; the mainland: ,of Massachusetts, and( I A .newspopQr.. thus describes the effects V E L V'a

;\ Re>tlewa6lon--J. ''W.. there the dark eyes I, of the Iberian ,, of a .hurricane: "It shattEred

, t. Oalner, EccwiUfia.'.,, maiden, raven:, locks and a certain picturesque ., mountains,"tore '''up oaks by tie' ''roots,

;,y'" 1 count $olteltor--'A. D., Carmichael, ,element In dress are not Infrequent. ', dismantled churches, laid villages LIVER SYRUP,
+iiJ Chlplp,, ; .' This connection with Portugal waste and overturned a.'haystack."
'' ; dates back many pears, the
S Cary I -
\ rvsyor.-Thos.i.olilna.
County I ,';
,2 F4aM. .. hips of Marthas Vineyard bridging 1 -
' << the distance over sea and returning Every fumily and especially 'those' who ,
! :' 1 0 County ConimHaalQriers: with rpslde/ thecoun'lry' provldetbat
Portuguese crews-Exchange.:
:)0 l J! M/Bimmon Chairman; Varocnr. all times with' a bottle o'f Cbamberluln Here's Good for
':'r". e.: WNBushitrbtpley: : LJniraent. 'There'u telling) when tl/may/ Slogan '1'R'
Adam and Eva"I '
;1; B. F.''Ev .n.,,Vftrnon.J. be wanted in,case ot an uocMcnt for emergency -
y I
.. "Por ,,)lm.U1e., hope this expulsion of ours la not / 'It is most excellent'In all cases lit; and'

, : J..T. HlghtoWerj VernoBt ..... '' Ding to Injure our\ social position/: l'b'umatlsmli1T'rlllna and( bruises.", Spld ,by Bigger, Better Business.
and Eve ,
', (f' School Board Jflfc., City! Drag Store ana\ :S. ,ilcOeaoliy.. \ ,
not. replied Adam. "They )
\ HillS. "I guess \ V ...,.e""I ."'..'i o I ,
O. B. Bush; ..Oranae
j' ,Fm" f OUT etop as< from being one of the .
: J. q..loel'' "; very first! families, whatever they do," A PIthy Sermon. d DON'T BLOCK THE WAY! "
Ras .
W, F. :feraon.CHIPLEY ..
St "I don't find our names here In the Here Is the plthlegt/ sermon ever f
Sociaf Register" said! .Eve.* looking, I ''t
preached: "Our ingress Into life Is! ,
I ''C1'1'P 1 OiTlCtAI.S.' the 'volume over. naked trnd hare; our progress through)! ., Move, as'fast as f fhe procession move put. Take. the
Ma.yor-HJ Weilq ;, '"JrfOofc under 'Dilatory Domiciles,' my'; egress '
1 Hfel3 trouble nnd care, our out
JI c Marshal-HMFarrt'or.clerk Jove/' said Adam she went out and of it we known r natVwbere but:, doing, pace orthe company, you are in or make way for the mazttbehind. !

and/Treasifrer-ttW/ ,'W Cook. named the Jackass after himself.' well here.; we shall'do well there. I, .5. ,

Council--- ;D,CarrolchaeI, chairman, Harper's Weekly. could not tell more by preaching'''' a \

"- f' C.W.B.DuonJ."RMo(3hyeC.Tharp 0. Butler, h_ :Wfljtt" .NEVKtt OUT OF WORK yea" / 1 Don't stand in the way of neVideas. Don't pause in the .

The busiest little things' ever' made are Wanted It .Well Hidden. path of better system., .Don't settle down on the ladder of
Little Bobby to
was too, polite' say
. 1 ll Dr. King's Mew Lire. Pills. Every pill IB ,aujfar he S wanted a big piece of the, turkey ...success. Don't tie a:, barnacle, the ship of preeress.,
The Miner ceated glob i:e of health, that cbm.aeeweakae.sintostrengthlang..r.Into but bet said he would like apigce of f .

1 I' 1 energy the. ''hest" where the _wishbone w'as- :
brain fag loto mental power; curing: ,only l be didn't want'' to find the wish ,C aDaemeanli: progress. Progress means advancement

S +...r.--- constipation, Headache, chills, dyspepsia.., bone too quick.-Browning's Magazine. I ,

Id mafatia. Only o at 8.* E. McGeacby's. ri .., -_. &
, It Was This Way. I Advancement.means movement. MOVE;
-- s
Jot\ "I suppose: the father gave the bride
I jI. 'The Lavish Jenkins. > away." | 1- PON'T BLOCK; THE WAYI I I

I.i for the Upbtd / In October, 1880. a reltslnn: '.ly mind "Not exactly. He gave a ''million

';'F ,!, ed Buckinghamshire' farmer naniiKl away and threw her. In,"-Philadelphia -,
*> Chipley Jenkins brought his firstborn to the Ledger'' / '
,, 'r, garish church to be' christened, und '
Washington .w ty. this was to be the, name: Abel Ilenja- Excluded. i L Cit.y \

mID Caleb Daniel Ezra Felix; GultrlHHaggal Ascum-Well. well.: I Congratulate .

'" Isaac ,Jacob ICIsh LevI M.n-\ you. old, man: *And' how Is thai baby Ii
f M', ( I k e. krt7la BMU MH MlHMnHilMH MeHKWHHMa>
11 JCndSubscriptioa Fair noah NehemIab Obdlnb Peter Quurtus\ I to be named? I'opley-By my, wlfe s to wrltuj'ov our confidential>r before applying Barber i
q Rechab Samuel Tobiah Dzziel' Vunlnti, I people! it seems.!'-Exchange. for patent i U may be worth money. ,
Vvo promptly obtuun U.8. and ForeignPATEWTS
',, "" Word Xystus Zecharlah. It will be '

: ',' ;; : !! Year. observed that the names are- all arranged A long slow! friendship Is t ihe best( Sh p. :
"" o,)j' In alphabetical order and areas stow ,.
r"' a long, enmity tbe deajllest.bteram. ,aM'. fADE: MARKS e. eturn r l '
"f't l lI' ; far as possible selected from Scrip- .. TIRE auorney's e. Bend model, .kctoh -
.... or photo and we lend an I""IMMEDIA1 No W"alting.'
t ture. It was only with the very great-, FREE: : report on patentability. W a sI
'' ; Specialty the feAVEU] 1119 MOTH BU'ei''f, FIL the best least Mrrlo amd advio, andcharges '
" 1 We make a oft! et difficulty that 'clergyman dissuaded j oar
: : ; are moderate. Try,u*
: I ,L Mr. Jenkins from doing the .!!Tour doctors had"gliey. : m* up 'writesMrs. ; 3 Barbers 3

, (0 Neat, +il/:/ -- lasting wrong to his child that be bad Laura Mines, of Avoca/ITn: ,' and )ray SWIFT & CO.,

sv l unwittingly devised, but eventually it cnllclren and nil diy friends were looking Patent Lawyer.,, Everything Up to-Now.

: Artistic 't l was decided tb christen the boy simply lor Die to die, wben my.eon in_lst d that 1 Opp. U.S. Patent Offloe,Washington,D.C.
AbeL Chambers' Journal use Electric Bitters': '. I did )BI! >. and they Shave. .. .... .!o,....ISc.
com01ercJ Pr did me vrr.rf M g04ld. r alwaT praise .. Halrcutthig25c..
,: 1,FNv' = ,' ,them. Kleitric Bitters fa a priceless! J>le8n- \ REST AND HEALTH TO MOTtiES AND CH1UL Shampoo ........25c..

t Bella- And did you 'make-her eat' lujiHo women tfvublei\J) with fainting and .Wu.aLO'IP'. Sooriuwa armtrr bat been Massage .. .......... ZSc.
used for over SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS of Hair Singe..\........ 25c.
d bier own words T Beulah-Eat;'em? I ditty _|>ell.. liutk'aobe.'ht'adachweahneae MOTHERS!: for theft CHILDREN WHILE '
+ her Fletcherlxe .em.-'OOk.era' debility, uoactipation or klcfuey: dlHord'era. TEI made ; SOOTHES!: tiro CHILD SOHTKNa the GUMS,, We Your
Solicit Patronage.Very .
.c The ; Btatesman. Ujle them nnil jialn new health, *tr Kgtbaod ALLAYS aU PAIN| CURES WIND COLIC and
; > vigor. They're ,RUHI'anteeii r<\> stltfy la the bet remedy for LUARKHOXA. It.. air '
< olutely harmleM. B. sure and uk tot "Mra Respectfully.W. .
) '' ,-, Unless you bear with the fault of a or mouey eh\nd\ *(I. ualjr' 5i().e at 8. .to. JZo.Geacbj Wl elO....'. Soothing Bjrrup.-, !and, take ao other .

' s st. Chipleyjp.. 1. friend you betray your own. Syrus.S ,, % U>1d. Twca(>4TC ceaU a IIOU .. D'. Peters, I r6prI. ,

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'I' No Clook WanUd. .
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There bad been some talk of placinga r ,"t' "':
Colds the Hndreds of Chipley Readers ': '.
clock In /the tower of village r: I ; \, '
church. But Johns the old sexton. who Know, What It, ,Meads., '1, '" } '':;: '' '

:,: and Bronchitis. lived In'the little cottage opposite the The kidneys ace overtaxed. "....' : ., .....: .J'OB ,'I'# ,' .,. .g" ,
declared himself "dead agin .
bluevale Have to much to do. r
Ont., May ,4, 1910. It" and expressed the opinion that It : .... .
tell about it in aches and .
They many
"I wad sick for two years with a would neon "an awful waste, brass" "" I '
chronic cold and bronchitjs and a were the l scheme carried out. pains .

;", I, consequent run-down condition. "We %ant no clocks,'\. he; said the Backache, sldeacbe" headache. I ,t ;<

\ received no "Benefit from doctors, other dayw, "We've done without clocksup ,,. Early 'symptoms. of kidneyllls.'t' PRINTING ,0/-

:, and had to give up work. VINOLwas to, now, an' we shall manage. yFlly, ty inary trouble, diabetes. BUght's : ,

recommended and from the see lyln"- I' my bed'of a mornln' I can see disease follows. [ ,

ond bottle'I commenced'to improve the time by' the sundial over the The" tatement below shown you ,,a: I I
t + -==I gained in weight !and' strength 'porch."" of certain cure. / I .
"Yes replied one wh approved if.
bronchial trouble disappeared J. C. Prescott' :, Ninth St., DeFuniak .
; my cola} an/d the scheme "that's all right so far as ..
'.!1 and I am at work again. It goes. But the sundoesn't shine Springs' Fla. says: 4bout a year 1 t. Creates a good impres- I ', .

; I want to ,recommen'd VINOL t.j every morning.. What, do you do ago I was so misecable as th re.'Ult of' .

',. anyone'.who is in need of such amedicine. then?" my kidney,trouble that could, scarce- r sion your correspondents '. :. :'; -

\ .'=THOMAS JIicclNs. "Why," answered John surprlsedly, Jy attend to my work. ...My whole system among ,
It is the combined action of- the ''1' knows then as It ain't fit weather seemed to be run down and I, was and helps ; ,

... curative elements of the cods'ivers to be out o' bed, an* I Just: stops where e'er"free from a dull, dragging: pam ,\ ,

'aided by 'the blood making and I is.-l/>ndon Tit-Bits. across the small ot'my back. The kid- '"v :to, give', your business

strength,creating properties of tonic ney secretions passed too frequentlyand '

iron contained in VINOL which Cliff of Natural Glaa*. were painful when being; avoided., i prestige. ',

majces it so successful in curing A cliff of natural glass can be.seen A friend advised me tolryDoan's: Kid .' v ', \ '
stubborn colds and bronchitis. In Yellowstone park.' If Is half a'DiUe ney Pills/and I procured a box. They '' ,
long and from 150 to 290 feet high, ,' .
': VINOL is a copstitutionalem-' proved to be just the medicine I requiiy '
the material of which It consists beingas I I l'
ed and used only, two boxes before I :' ,
edy for chronic coughs, colds, bronchids -. good glass as that artificially manu- 1 '
V,:',I and troubles was cured. t have nof had 'a symptomof ; '
pulmonary not factured.\ The' dense glass which We \Do Neat Printing ..
like top Kidney trouble since then and I, .
a palliative cough syrups. form'the base Is-from seventy-five ; ,'
Try a bottle, of VINOL., hundred feet thick while the upper therefore believe wy cure to be 'a permanent 4' ., I I to .'

don't t ink it helped you, we will portion having suffered and survived one.'' At Reasonable Prices.

: / return your money., many ages of wind' and rain has naturally For sale by all dealers. Price 50 -
worn much thin er. Of course '
S. Ev' .McGeachy, Druggist, the color of the cliff is'not that of natural cents. Foster-Mll urn ,Co., Buffalo I ,' '

",' ... 'I Chipley, Fla., glass-transparent and white-but New York, sole'' agents' for' the United v I''v' i,
Is mostly 'black and In som"e places States.
--- -
\ mottled and streaked with brownishred Remember ,the, :rname-Dean's-and "
.} Tuning a.IIL an& shades, of "olive green and take no
"What a beautiful tone that bell brown. It "
has!" Isoften) heard. 'There are few ---+-- / 'and will -
J \ ,; we give you perfect' ,
'11t ,',\ however: 'who know bow.. a bell' receives -Yolir r tongue U couteci.YouV v ? Stage Snow. I' -
Its joyful or solemn tones. All ; : / \ satisfacti'on. thus ,
breath I* foul. In "Personal Reminiscences of Henry "
bells after they are cast and finished I Headaches come and go.: 1 Irving" Bram Stoker lets his 'read '" ,

must go, through a process of tuning These symptoms show that your stomach ers, Into the secret of how the snow \ making you one of our '

the samaras any other, Qlusicill Instrument Is the trouble.' To remove the cause is the scene In"'The Corsican 'Brothers" was ,, "

t I l' before they respond with a clear.: first thing, and Chamberlnlo's: Stomach and made so" effective \ I regular. customers.CHIPLEY ,

.. '", 'true ton%. Everyl! bell sounds five Liver Tablets will do that. Easy to take "All over the stage was a thick'blanket 1 4 '" 1 i r
notes, which must blend together in and most effective.! City! drug!: Store of snowf white and' glistening lathe i '. : .

I \ order to produce perfect harmony The and. S. E. McGeachy| V winter sunrise-snow that lay II()' ,> 'f >" I\ '

,' C tuning of a bell Is done by means of- thick that when tie duelists, strippedand \ --' "" '
shaving' thin bits from various parts '
armed, stood face to. face they ... I.. '
': 'of the 'metal. It Is, as easy for an ex The Rajahsjof Butar. each secured av firmer' foothold by t' \'

,pert bell tune t6 put 'a bejj in tune The rajahs' of. f Bus tar are hybrid clearing It away Of many wonderful, >TH: Lie '

A ,\\ as It Is for a piano tuner to adjust his rajputs claiming to'her' of the familyof effects this snow was perhaps the

Instrument to'perfect chords. At first,' the moon and have reigned In Bus- strongest and.most Impressive real "I, i /, '-
thought It would seem that a bell tar for between five and six hundred ity. The public could' never imagine

would be'ruined should a tuner shave years.' The fatuity bears the 'name 'of how it was done. It'was saltcommoncoarse BANNER

I off too much at the last tuning or the Kathputty1. and 'every. year' the raj b) salt- Which' was white In the ,

# ). "fifth sound.;;but such Is not the I case., has to sit on. the rally at the festival of appointed light and glistened like real 1 *"
He would however;, be obliged to begin the Dusseerab wearing the jewels of snow. There werg,tons of it A crowd, .

t.f\: I. over starting 'again with the first the goddess )wrtesb arre. the tutelary of men stood ready In thtf wings with -

tone and 'shaving the bell till If gavVforth'Its goddess of the state, which are brought little baggage trucks such as are now leY, Fla.

;; harmonious sound at'the fifth from Dantawara temple for the purr used In the corridors of great; hotels, tChi
tone.. I -Scientific American.I, poke silent with rubber wheels. On them Ii\
,.. ... "Save for the jewels he,la clad onlyin were great wide mouthed sacks full of .
His own Valuation. writerin \ *X. ; .
i wreaths oft flowers says a salt' When the signal came they rushed .
'1 "Belle.tells me she Is sorry she.ever the Wide World "and when we In on all sides, each to his appointed -* -

.' .. married you." said a young lady to the saw ,him he looked very solemn-al-: spot, 'anS! tumbled' out hla load.

husband"So sbe of1 Bought her dearest to be,"friend.he', retorted. us.most ashamed. of himself-aft he passed bladed spreading, wooden It evenly shovels.with great -wldo ..GG... .........0G0.. .. I

: "She Old some nice girl pat of a good "In connection with this' ceremony !

,. husband | there: 'used to be a brutal custom of I DO YOU! KNOW :

dragging the' ratha! Ugq sort of Jug. 6. .. .
it Diarrhoea ihonld bo. cured without loss gernaut car wel&hlri.g"many tons over I ,
That now is 5 the time to build that home or business house
"of time and by medicine which like Cbam th.,-bodIes of live buffaloes often only A-Y $
t r'" : you Have been considering? The present business depression
berialn'Colic Dholeru and Diarrhoea Remedy partly, killing them. /
t e has reduced the price of lumber and building materials; labor 'fiiiii"
,4' not only cures promptly, but produces "This'' horrible practice- was stopped I is cheap and plentiful, and you can build now for 25 to 50 per e
affter effects it never fiiMsf'and British officials." .
no,unpleasant : bl \ cent less than inJUNE
I :: pleasant and safe to take. Sad:! br t ... yv.ewillsen'1 the Banker: \ free, for. ;

,' ",1'City' !)rug Store'''aod S. E. MoOeacby.Z A Wrorjg'I.. "the term of this.. 'school to : : ; 1907, OR.JUNE, 1908. eO
"Plttson always seems to carry himself -
t .: '
1 A-. I e
/ with What has he '
great'dlgnlty. When you think of lumber orj;building material, think of us
':. Th. Filial Chlnairan.Many ever done that he should hold his head To Every White Teacher and the fact that we have completed a modern up-to-date mill- e

examples of Chinese filial piety 10 ''high?" work mill, and can fnrnish everything made of wood used In e
:lr trtke.tho occidental reader as.rldlcu. "Nothing. lie Is merely trying to a building from sills to comb, an that we can
oL \ 'fA)
In e
*lour There Is the famous story of live up to his wife's hats."-Chicago Washington CountyWho i '

,,Lao Laitsu which Mr. P.. F. Johnston Record-Herald., DO IT QUICK. &,
'repeats in his "Lion and Dragon In )
will send us the news of Hash Mouldings Framing Bank
.Northern Lao's lived .
CbIna. parents
KICKED BY A MAD I1OKSK.!: .. t Doors \ Casings Flooring Drug $
:'to such extteme old age that1 he was \
their community each week or Blinds Base' '
/ CeilingSiding Store .
'b1 oselt u toothless old man while Samuel Birch OKReetovvn, win:bad most ". e Frames. Finish
Fixtures. ',
they were both still alive. "Concelv- narrow escape from losing his 'leer' us' no every two weeks at least. .
{Ing It ,his duty to divert their atten- doctor could heal the frightful sore that developed Kstimates cheerfully furnished Freight paid to your sta- !
but at last BuoklenN Arnica "P tlon if desired. .
their of and write
vtlpn from weight years Correspondents may on
himself cured'It promptly. Its the greatest heater i i !/
end, be dressed
approaching -
,;, \ (t:.up lathe clothes of 3 child and playedjaboit of corns ulcers] cotd burn sores,,bolls brulsts, eczema and pllzs,scalds on,earth cut any subject of eene.ral interest. : MARIANN MANUFACTURING( CO;, :

.;,ri.s I I ; .r*the object In his of making parents'them presence think with bey Try its. ; 2Boat A S. E.McGe< cby's. Our, only. l request -is, that they''re- .. I MARI NNAt 'F'LA.L.ONO e

,' were still-a young married couple con- 1 -r .

: -Z ; templattng, the Innocent gambols? ,, of \ Exolutiv, f rain from, using the name of any : DISTANCB HOIME1, i m._ iTThe _:

I .,their A similar Infant case son."Is that of, Wang P'ou.t At a? evangelistic service at Glasgow person. in away calculated/' to give ., ......."...... ..., ...., ... ...e

the at the end of his addiess
prfacher ,
whose mother had unconquerable ,
\ cried, "N w,#all you good people who "" '' ...
When offense. .
of lightning.
r dread -
j thupdend .
'. New York Worlcf
[ mean togo to heaven with stand ,
>{she died she was burled in a mouutfttn We promptly obtain U, a.ltud Foreign
__ : and thereafter when violent upl" With, a surge of enthusiasm the Thrice week Eedition. f
forest:, a "* -a- .
audlepce "sprang to Its feet .all but : Let us Heart ?
f", thunderstorm occurred Wang P'ouV .- ':0-
old Scotchman In the front ,
... heedless of the,wind and 'ram, would who eat still. The horrified'evangelist t t The Thrlce-a: week World hopes, to bo e
p .. hurry to her grave and throw himself, In 1008 a better paper than It has evyr
I- .:' to',bls 'k1)eell. "I am here t t' moder.anw
I said, "My good man my good man.don't n or photo citnytntlon tot
; ,r you. dear mother" he .would say.t heaven accordln ly. Its n ws-aervlce cov' treereport on tentablllty. Foy free book
want to to ?
,' r r "Do'not be afraid." Clear you and deliberate go came the an,, ers the egtire.giobe, and It reports everything ROWiOeCUrOT ADE-I aRKS wri

'f fully, promptly. and accurately; It
, I ,. Fairly Warned.Be swer. "Aye, Awm gangln, but no wi'a We want the News ,
Is the only paper, not a dally which Is as
' r' personally conducted palrtyl"St.James : .
dear, I can't afford to buy
-My good as a dally, and which will keep Yon
it I I you> that hat. She-Still, you'd' save Gazette., aa. completely Informed of what, Is happening -

money If you did. He; -How so? She 6O YEARS throughout the world.

Because I'll just be 111 If I don't have Kindly Pruit EXPERIENCE The ThrIce-a week World Is fair In Its Opposite' Ua S. Patent Office

k'' :. It:, and you know what doctor. hllln Toe'expression In the prayer book political Veporta. You can get the truth WASHINGTON D.C.

J "U 1 "Kindly; fruits of the earth" has. for- from Its columns, whether yon are a Re-

most persons no definite meaning on publican or Democrat U' what -
MID clEHT IN'TUB OZAUKa account of the difference in signifi 1' 1 il RkLt1 you wan,.
,,pow attached to the word kindly CURTIS L. JONE!
can e
;allll yet steeple Hiram 1:10': anton ot Clay A speolal l feature of the -a-weck
( ... from that used when- the expression World has always been Us seilal" fiction.
j cn"rf 111. coughed and oousbed. He wa* In! TRACK MARKSDCSIONS
the mouutotns on the advice of live dooton wee first written. Th'e word kindly in ;' publishes novels bv the"be'st authors In Notary Public -\

', who said he had consumption. but lound no that connection meant as nearly 'as 'COPYRIGHTS) &C." the world, naves wbtcn,In book form sell State at Large.. I IAirbusiness'entrusted
possible "of Its kind,, ad,the expression Anyene.efMnt a.kMrh.nd dMOrlntlnn mar for $1.50 and Its
help In the climate and started bom HeRr die '. nnr opinion fr.I whether u apiece standard In I
logo Dr.'Kln& New ni 11O.verr. be began "kindly fruits oL earth"meant ID.&fon M prohnblr r'.> ';>'..J,J/.poinmanlc.. this respect will be maintained the future to|.

to u.e It. "1 believe It saved myltef" be "the fruits of the. earth each Mnt tloneeuldlyi'tolltldellt t r.... OlilOkt *i7"li07 1.0800'Pe&eIitlf for...,.rl".IIOI&eDt&. as.IA the past. / x I ,! mp .,
after its kind. PaUnM t.k.n thro-4Bh "'UDDco.. r.o lTtfKtmi care'wilJhaee.mYpromptattention.
write. "fcir It made a Dew man of me.. so I toOt,", without tfi. The Tbrlce-a-week World's ,regular ? : ,

} can do food wort,lI.alo. For all lung'dU- Scientific mtrlt"" subscription price Is only l $1.00 per year Fees reasonableCan ]

ea-, coughs, cold., lagrlp, asthma croup, Prompt'eher la all nases of throat and / and this pays for 156 papers. We offer ,' "
whooping cougb, hfevef.. hemorrba ., lung trouble ,If you ace-Chamberlain's A k.nrt.ometf of any HrnxtnUM wUentlUO l'nrru.l w....,.. }Tarn..r.mtalmtlon rtrta a- this. unequalled newspaper and The Ban be found at Post Officel

\ blar.eDM.and quinsy, U* the beat known Cough Remedy.* Pleasant' to take soothing tt"' fcV month.L .Sold b,all n.watmlp..k er together for one year fee 91.65. The 1' .j f '. .' I r"

I remedy. Price COo and $I. Trial bottle free llog In effect. Sold by City' u)rug ( Cod; ;;N WYork regular subscription' price of the two papers '

!i .. \ 'Gnarantsed by S. K, McGeaoby.i Store and S. E.: McUeacby,, IlnoJ.: 8 .. ( U $2.00( I .s .W qusaU, ,] Orida

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: opinion and decision in regard" to I ...........................

(Prickly Ash,Poke Root and Potassium) the construction: of sewers, .

r.1 .. 0 Prompt Powerful Permanent drainage the. disposal of a ot sanitary sewage character and do : ;

Its benefloi effects cmses Good results are Wire Pence i
-I, ,. are uiually yield to P. P, P. lasting-it cures mestic wastes, or the institutionof
IcU very quickly: wot.herme.Uvou; to stay cured
1 potable water supply for
c Ass u 'IA'ol- any e
i supply tor any of the towns or 1 V $

'riJ P. ,,, P P cities.of the Satate of Florida. /
Sec..2.. That the Sanitary En-

Makes rich, red, pttre blood-cleanses the entire gineer as provided for: by Section u
system-clears :the brain-strengthens digestion and nerves. 8
1 of this Act shall only be employed 1Dbi
-positive specific for Blood Poison and skin diseases.
at such times and at such
.... ',<.; Drives out Rheumatism and'Stop the Pain; ends Malaria; 24
' ( is a wonderful tonic and bodybuilderThousands; endorse it. periods as in the judgmentof'theState i

[ health officer his 'expert .
\ services may be required.Sec. .1 n p pat
1 3. That the compensation -

I _The Examination Text Books: I Sanitaiy- Emclneerlng 'ProPosition. T Engineer for services provided of for the in Sanitary Section _. _......._..... .............,..'....,..... eo.. ..-.....-____" ..
land 2 of this act shall be fixed .
Text At the 22n-d annual meeting: of
The following is a hat of
I Books used as the basis of the State Board of Health. Florida by the'State health: officer with :' Just a. word Farmers'and'Fe ce Builders: :

I the examination. for teachers in 'held February 15th and 16th, the approval of the President of .
1911, at Jacksonville, the Board the State Board of Health. IZ &
Jne. Having made a deal for'Ten Car Loads
\ Sec. 4. That all laws or -partsof e
i jl Orthography-Hunts: Speller; 20c. instructed the' State Health officer : -
a bill laws'in conflict with of the of the Best American Steel Wire Fence
s\ ReadlngAny standard author will to have drafted to be any X wee :
before the provisions of this Act are hereby .
placed legislature
1 1 ,
answer.ArithmetloMilne'ti, '
I position to make you better prices e
Standard; 65c, which if'adopted would providefor repealed. '
Engineering Divis- Sec. 5 That this act shall take (f)
I V Composition-Elements. of' 'iinglishCompositton a Sanitary ,than ever before. e
I by Huntington; 6Qc. ion of the State health,work. The effect upon approval, by the Gov-

4 English Grammar- I/awton B. Bvana' Board of Health'has fora numberof ernor. see e
;,40c.filPhyaiologry. years at its annual meetings H sure you us before_ buying wiret $

l; -Primer of Sanitation : been impressed with the necessity Both the 13-year and the 17-year' elsewhere. It me.ans' money ,saved: :
byf Ritchie SOc. I .
; .
existing: throughout the locusts are due this 'tis said; and .
Florida HlstorBrevard and. Ben- eVV $
nett'n}60c, f State for expert advice and supervision if they have 'w" on their wings

t1tt.s" #History'Field Qrummar of the installation of we can be sure. of wart says an :I' Chipley Hd\vr. Co. >:

s 'hm;$1. public water supply systems, exchange. a
Geography---Redway's" 'Natural 1 the construction Of plants for the .. .

School; ,*Florida Edition; $1.75.AgricultureDuggar's' for Southern. proper disposal' of sewage and I Letters requesting clergymen ................., ........&

SChoolaJ.15C.t"" domestic waters, and also in relation to.include,in their sermons an appeal -

Physical Geogrrphy-Muray Sim to drainage in so far as I members_ of congregations I

end's;5t'2S. these matters may affect the to:refrain fnom calling for their The First ;''National Bank, '

ClvUrGovernment-For-' all grades.BoyntoQ'irScbool I.public health. mail on Sundays have been sent OF P.ENS1t.COL1t., FLlt,
Civics $1 Yocum'sCivll'Govirnment ,
; ; I.I I A bill which is thought to meet out by the Chicago phristian-En- '
the '7'',
of Florida and. Designated Depositary of the United Btate
United States; $1. the requirements and should sat- deavor Union to .ministers, ot all ".
Algebrg Milne'a High School; $1. isfy any conditions which may denominations. Oldest and Largest Battle'In''West Florida. .,'IOBGAN1
: I'tTLY: :ao. :aeao.
Theory and Practice-For all grades arise or be found necessary to

School and Class Management, Vol, HAdmlnlitfajtion control has been drawn and sent Capital Half Million Dollars.Surplus .
and Hygiene, by Ar* c z ? ,
nold; $1, to the President of the Senate and Undivided Profits, $100,000. .
and Speaker of the House of Representatives WOOD'S HIGH-GRADE \
-- :Interest Paid la Savings Department at Rate'of 4 per cent.per Annum.. ,
.1egislat"urenOwin .
of the ..
[School at Home. ..:,
session. The text of the Farm Seeds. THe First National Rank. j"
Let the Carver School teach you by .
I proposed measure, is as follows? OR BNSACOLA.. ._. ? :',,"
mail, th rArtof.Photography.If 1 -- ) ,
you are%eeklng a profession that An Act to Authorize the State We, are headquarters for W. K.HVBK.JR..President., ,W S. KBVUBK. Vtce-Pre.
W.J. PORBBH, Ca hlor. THOU. W.R..n. Aut.Cashier. W. N.ROB.A"...Cashier .
is not overcrowded and one that is re- Board of Hhealth of Florida to the best in all Farm seeds. Director.:-F.C.Brent. W. A.Blount W.H KeyedWm.. H.Kuowlea, W.K.Byer.
W.J.For....... Kllowlea Hver. Tea W.Brent.
muneratlvb expectable and pleasant Employ a Sanitary Engineer Grass and Clover Seeds ..,
you are acv sad to take up- photography Whenever the Said Board may Seed Corn, Cotton Seed "

-LetJin Carver School teachyou. Consider the Necessities of Cow PCAS,. Soja Beans, fligh-Class Saw Mill Machinery
Sorghums! Kaffir Corn,
If you }are 1BPBBBpBBBBIt aoBajmateur photographer Sanitation in and About the fc Millet Seed Peanuts, eta. 'we carry at .our new warehouse,
and wisl"to. *tit kebetter_ pictures at a State, may so Require and to 408 and 412 East Bay St., a large
"Wood** Crop issued stock of Portable and Stationary
lower costiEormfilTto become a pro- Further Provide for his comepensation' j
tessiona1Le Carver School teach Special monthly Engines;Locomotive and Horizontal
you. gives timely information as to t, Return Flue Boilers; Saw-Mills,
If you area ffesslonal and* wish Be it enacted by the Legislature seeds to plant each month in i'- Planer, Edgers, Saws Belting

to produce wor lafwill be a pleas- of the State of Florida: the year,also prices of Season- V ;_ ,, and Mill Supplies; also engine and
able Seeds. Write for saw-will repairs. Walso handle the
trs and credit copy
ure to you< us a Section 1-That the State Boardof
to you-Iet the irver School, teach mailed free on'request.T. celebrated line of Hustler Saw Mills
IIhealth of Florida be and is and Erie Engines and Boilers. This makes the best Saw Mill outfit on earth.

You The Car ve* $[qc w E cot w.of Practical Photography hereby authorized to employ or, W. WOOD'SONS, Get our prices before buy ingWe can save you money, A postal will bringour

offe twynty*cemplete, practical engage the services-of Sanitary Seedsmen Richmond, Va. Traveler. Write for Illustrated catalog covering your requirements.

and Inejtpcftslve courses covering Engineer; whose expert knowl- JVleilsfoyVlacHltiery Co. .

all brancheQ o Jpftotog-raphlc tvtK work. edge in,the subject shall be 'determined -4 OS &: ,412 B. Hay St. .Jacksonville. Florida..
i Write now for.jf OTmAtioat it lsnder by the State Health officer Lonc Df.tanco Te'. 'One No. II.,*..
free and plac 'p po obligar -
Address whenever in the opinion of
I I tlona.The Csi-avit 1.1 hoot of the State health officer the necessities J D J. JONES. '

''V''s"' Practical :tlsrsphy. of sanitation in 'and about 1t.ttorney-At-Law. I-.G'--i

Lock BQX 504 Waterloo, |owa. the strte may require an> expert 'i'1111'LEY. FLA. .

w ras2.t I Px _ _ A D. CARMICHAEL.: I 13iggest ,crops. .' I

A BAD INN .Collections a Specialty. The agricultural department at Washington has just +

Jhlpley; Pin published the results of long series of held tests and

"- hi 'V NEWMAN Proprietor' I show plainly that animal' ammoniates, such as Blook'they'i i

[Heady lot-Ida.. COOK & McRA Tankage, made a larger increase in yield than arty .

>fc"M Attorney. at Law. For instance it was found that Cotton Seed Meal, alone,

Mecca og' Jurist Angler," Sportsman. : a -Offk.**Chl I'l'r State B..k. / showed a gain per acre of $ 2.68 .

r ,0 N .. Tankage, alone :... 14.00 f
Careful'attentloa all matters entrust 0
Rates Per swley Furnished | Find Boating to my earn.- Collection mad Cotton Seed meal and Potash gained, 7.02 "
Agent responsible time and Bre-tetcd ,In '
1 14.29'Cotton
Tankage and Potash' gaibed -
$1.00 and3V' Good Table. j and Bathing.Neat .ranceo--
Seed Meal, Acid Phos. & Pot. gained 9.12 ,i

... """.:jtf Tankage; Acid Phosphate and Potash gained 17.80 .
; ; Another proof that animal' ammoniates, ,are, BEST '.
::: ,
Notary Public. ass.sso

Heal Estate Handled. Armour Eertilizers ,
; ittingCrJeSlTO -
2 Collections a specialtro'Office : are animal matter goods furnishing a ,steady !
good impression
I c f aagww a In First National Bank. sours;>> of plant'' food ..throughout the entire f
) iTnfTiiflTniir correspondentsn'rots growing season,
( DR. R. E. TILLER. .
to bus- ""ff8"i"
give your .
A. R. Wells, Sales Agent.Ti V.
jh restiire. Chipley. FloridaOffice .. '
.p **>! __....w. ..,.., -' '
First Natal Bank.. : ,, ,
Neat ruing over .r' "
\Ve do V Manufactured By ;'' ,

t peaSOnab1, sl 'A,.. G* V McQuagge, :. "Armour Fertilizer Works.: : "f"

V I' ,
+ill er Job] office. Notary Public.State -: I" JACKSONVILLE' FLA. r-"'
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Teachers Take Notice. Town Topics.: IT .. l
Personal.Dr. IT
In a letter from of Education the State Superintendent the- TheFirst :,', ,-,: .

Tiller and wife spent Sun- statement comes to us that all Swat that fly. \

day at Vernon.A. I Teachers taking the June Exam- Soak the fly--in kerosene. National Bank .< /
: .
ination will .be required to take "
.'Sessoms was over from Bon- County court is in session at .. ,
Agriculture: Civil Governmentand ,;
ifay and spent Monday. \ Vernon this week. ,. L ..4
School Civics. Prepare yourself r of Chipley. :: : ':
E. N. Everitt, Senior and Junior accordingly and thereby Go to R. C. Homo's and let him ;. ., ,..YS .

were in town Saturday. stand a better chance to succeed. tell you about Q hi-Narael. CAPITAL, $50,000.00 j'. 't : "
Judge J. T. Porter of Grand'I Never forgive the fly until his $20,000.00 ,;','".rSURPLUS' '.,',I .":,:-,

Ridge, was here yesterday. Dr. O. B. Tiller of Campbellton whole tribe is exterminated. i.) "'"
r 1t here Tuesday, the guest of 5' ryY.l'KJAppreciation.w: !'
W. E. Cravy of Sneads, was a was All the members of the local ;;.
his brother Dr. R. E. Tiller. ; : ,
business visitor here Friday.N. bar r'are courting at Vernon this '

Senator Buell Cook, the legislature week. from'its"' ,
E. Brown of Nashville was business it receives .
the .
This Bank values
having adjourned, came
one of the visitors!' here Saturday.G. Bea booster for once, at least, of telling' ;
and remained opportunity ,;
home Friday evening
customers and takes every
D. Johnson of Pensacola, and'send out post cards to 'your .

was a visitor in the city Monday.T. over until Monday. friends in distent spates, May 1. them so.. Our customers on the other hand appreciate '.
W.B.Lassitter of Panama City to them 'is':
D. Sales of ''Southport, wasa Keep out the flies and mosquitoes the fact that the service extended .,
crossing'palms with friends
was 'and thus lessen the chancesof arrangements: ,
business visitor here business
prominent here Saturday morning. He was coupled with. security. Any ;
being inocculated with fever. .
Saturday. enroute home from a week's visit to be permanent must be mutually' satisfactory '
further'than theBanner .'..
Taylor was up from at Vernon. no
Angus Therefore, in selecting ,
for good printing. We S and profitable.
and went to DeFuniak
Pinelog; Attorney J. R. Wells of Panama :
; in view rand
do the work right. Come and see your bank, have permanency ,
ISaturday. City, came in Sunday afternoon '" '
call and show "
it, or let us you.
/ Perry Yon was in from thHill and spent the night with .- establish yourself for your ,

( and spent Friday night an relatives, going out to Vernon Mrs. S. A. Cook is having the present and future wellbeing ,,-,,:J., .:

\ Saturday. Monday morninglo attend coun- brick placed on the ground preparatory ,.'v". ,.
with a good ,
court. to erecting two storeson
Judge Daniel Campbell ot"De- ty '
/ the corner where her store sound band. ; j jI
Funiak, was. a visitor in town Dr. J. Ambus Wells who, has I
yesterday. been a medical student in an Atlanta -

: Lamp Harmon' was up, from l colle for the past six months Ypu are 'before the people of -..."......."......."."................", I
the week if- ad
returned home Saturday. His county every your
Panama City for a day or two
numerous friends were glad tp is in the Banner. You more than -
this week.
welcome him home again. get the Value of the investmentto A lot ot nejw hate for Easter Butterick's Delinerator and

i}, /*( aunty Surveyor Thomas Co .. w begin with.Indications. just received at the Misses Rich- Fashions on sale at the millinerystore

4 f this ot Caryville, was in tow; ardson's this week.If of the Misses Richardson.
-Give that the
Be booster.
a encourage are sum-
,r' I Wednesday. ment to every enterprise and mer of 1911 will\ be a .very busy flies were pets we could understand If you can only boost one cents

MissHenrieva Pattonleft Mon- help it along with a kind word, it one in Chipley, sa far as building why thev are given the worth send one postcard to some

day for Macon Ga., for a few nothing else. operations js concerned for a lot privilegs of the house in preference .mend out of Florida on May 1st.

: weeks sojourn.Mr. Tubs, buckets and other use- ot work in this line is projected.The to the baby.If Did you go to see the Chi-Nam-

\ Simmons, of the Marianna ful wooden articles will be manu- /"" farmer who rattles to tow"\ every person in Florida el demonstration at R. C. Home's

1, Manufacturing! Co., spent Saturday factured in Palatka. The building in an.empty! wagon and goes back mail two post cards on hardware store Tuesday? If you

I in the city. for this enterprise is completed [home with it loaded with bacon, Would E 1,500,000 would go out didn't you missed something in-

/"O. R. Smith of the Wausau and manutacturing work I flour, corn and canned goods, isa state that day. teresting.

/ Lumber Co., spent Saturday inV will soon commence. Why caq't scientific grower of farm mortgages r .

tmvp on business.T. x something of the kind be startedin J O999999999St9OQO999999O99999O99999999999999999O99OQQQHow

A. Dekle and wif was down Chipley.: "Hog'and Hominy" is a homely ,

from Campbellton and visited Washington county farmers phrase, but it means' volumes to be Happy .-/."wS:
home-folks Sunday. continue to haul out guano in in its application to farming. It

great quantities, and unless the ,, ...
Misses Flora Campbell and means, peace, plenty and pros .
Fannie Crim made an automobile ,.season is very unfavorable there perity in the homes of an agri- Though Married. '?
will be a great harvest this year. cultural people. :
trip to Marianna Friday.. .
'r Early preparations for the crops
Miss Alice Evans, of Sneads, were made and work is continuing Say, isn't it about time the Fix up a nice comfortable home

IS I was the guest of Miss NeUa favorably. merchants began their 6 o'clockclosing .* select the girl of your choice, ,alwaysbe
e Wells a few days last week. ? They are doing it at
Senator Buell Cook was placed pleasant and curteous and
other places, and Chipley merchants -
Johnson of Pensacola
Geo. W. ,
oa senate committees as follows: .
is attending the meeting of the Judiciary A., Prisons and Courts should not get too far behind yourStaple
in this matter.Representative _
Presbytery here this week. Appropriations Mining and :Mineral and Groceries
W. F. Graves, one of Walton Resources, Governor's Mes- R. L. McKen- 8

county's prominent citizens, wasa sage, and Privileges and Elections zie, was given position on the following 8 ---FROM.-.

visitor in Chipley Tuesday. ; being chairman of the, last : House committees: Ap-

named committee.The propriations, Finance and Taxa-
+ Meade Wilson of Jacksonville, tion, Miscellaneous Legislation I W. W. HARVEY
spent a day or two here this week Florida Presbytery is
Fisheries. and Banks and Loans;
the guest-of' bis father Dr. F. C. holding its meeting' here this being chairman ot the committee FREE DELIVERY.
Wilscfn. week with the Presbyterian I
last named.
church. Delegates from all the I eccaccecoeeeeeeccececcoceecccceeeeoecceeoeeeeooo
J. DCay, Jr. of Tallahassee
churches in this section of the
was here a few days this week
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. State are in attendance. The tP. .
session is a busy one, and Pas-
tor Johnson and the members ,of I.[
Mci- like Hot Cakes '
Going '
y Representative R. L. e the church are exerting themselves

/ie, spent Friday night here, going to make those in attend-

/ out to Panama City Saturday ance have a pleasant, as well as
profitable time. DUNN-COLEMAN { "
mor g. / GO'S.Every S

In instances there .
Mrs. W..T. May and sister of many should ,

DeFuniak, attend the Presbytery I be better co-operation betweenthe day this week.Ice
parents and teachers of chil .
1 and visited with friends here .... ,
this week. dren. This may frequently be Cream.F r.eezers, '
done to good advantage by better I"-
'Sheriff Allen was called to the discipline at home. Children Screen Doors and ,Windows. ''U"
southern part of the county on who are not taught at home to'respect Rubber Hose.. :,r4:

business connected with. his office and obey their parents almost ;:

I Friday. invariably prove a sore tri Fishing Tackle and Trammel. Nets. 'i .' /
al to teachers. As <.;
.' a consequenceit f7
Uncle Jule Solomon of Tallahassee Screen wife and
Poultry netting
is not possible with such children :
? was talking insurance to attain best educational <:'Y ,
Galvanized Tubs and Buckets. ;
.' with friends .:
and shaking bads results. .,

' :. here Friday. lIow, to meet the demand for II him in urn and Eneamel ware. k
v Mrs Jordan Taylor of.Pinelogwas good roads? This is the question Farm Implements. 1

i here a few days last week, receiving the greatest attention '" .
Buggies. Wagons Harness.'r "- ,-. f! ,,'\1
r 'the guest of her daughter, 'Mrs.Frank from county and state officials, ::, .c

Waller. and the oublic generally. It is Everything else in Hardware line.. :'C-
the question of greatest economic .

." IN OX I CO. importance. The farmer, who Come to see us and make our store headqunrters ChTolcv
uses the roads most to whin in .
country ,
This is to give notice to the We-
.; guarantee every transaction with '
': whom the; good road contributesmore us will h*
public generally and my patrons ') satisfactory

in particular, that my dental office than any other individual, ]
opposes any proposition -
will be closed from May 1stto I from his county commissioners Coleman: Co. ,

May 15th. Those wishing I to improve them. .

.:.... :dental work done will please be . : A. 6. McQUA66E. General Maager

." ,governed accordingly. The Misses Richardson Jiave a '

c ; :'- : DR. R E. Tu.r. ca.ny lovely line of children's,hats. - -
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