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Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
April 20, 1911


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Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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.
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Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
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J Following is a list of jurors This is to give notice to the 'On Friday evening, April 28th, thing for Chipley before, strain a $

BILL P LETTER drawn to serve at ,the Spring public generally and my patronsin at 7:30 o'clock at the School! Auditorium point and ,do 'something right

+t'!( BEADS HEADS Term of the Washington county particular, that my dental office Hon. S. M. Robertson; now.: You owe it to yourself and '
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.:NOTE. I ENVELOPES Vernon, Monday, May 29th. to May 15th. Those wishing will give a lecture on Scenes, ,' : .
,. HEADS BUSINESS I J. O. Richards John S. Scott dental work done will please be and Indents of the Civil War, Just received -
JSTATEMENTS N CARDS W.-H. Harper J. T. Vickery governed accordingly. showing the chivalry and braveryof 40 bu. Unknown Peas, .

CIRCULARS PAMPHLETS ,.Davis L. E. Johnson DH. E. TItLER.Lo the Boys i in Grey. Go out and at Schell's.
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.A MILL COMMISSARY i>. E. Hlnson :John N. Taunton him; you. Embroidery
R. F., Scarlett A. R. Purcival $ Team for Sole. The), proceeds from Mr. Rob- When 'you'want Laces and -
CHECKS I CIIEC r the best place to 'get it
J. ertson's will be used in
J. Ward T. E. J Collins We ,lecture
have for sale three yoke of
RECEIPTS DRAFTIi": H. B. Russ H. A, HinsonE. the worthy cause of helping to is at the Misses Richardson's.
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WEDDING E. H. Broch J., Barnett delegates .
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H. Friser W. W..'Martin dition. Will take $200 for outfit:
INVITATIONS, G CARDS: M. M. Berry C.'M. RogersD. Two yoke ot the oxen will girt 6 j, from Camp McMillan to DR. T. G. YATES,

F. Carter F. A. Witheral feet; one yoke 5j" feet. For fur- the Confederate Reunion to be With TWENTY YEARS'EXPERIENCE ::
TO ORDER J. B. Carmichael J. W., Purcell information at Little Rock, in May. .
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line of children's hats
lovely Dr. Wilson's Office.
J. S. Peel R. D. Murray Ebro, Fla.
rags. The Banner.Washington Wm. M. Conley, J.. E. Porter A writer tells us how to live on IN CHIF UEY,
the From ELEVEN to SIX o'c .ck
county-in f.., Let everybody and their brother $3,000.,. Most of us would welcome -;
Land of Sunshine and Flowers.IIAY$1 'Butterick's Delinerator and *.fall into line and boost Chipleyand pointers on how ,to spend I First Tuesday In Each Month.

per 100 at the barn. Fashions on sale at the millinerystore Washington county, and that much in case we should! hap \'ir idly Examinations Penaacola office FREE.U Room No 410 A

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fresh lot of those a. ? f;
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Entered at the pactofflc/ at Cfclpler.Fla.. ai Dr. Miller of Vernon was her< ,We have just a .' -. .., .'. .. ,. }j f..,:...,:.! \
second. clM maU matter.8UBSCRIPTIO. professionally Thursday. Brand" ';: !'-r'
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oNE YBA.B-' Tuesday here prospecting. and line of well assorted ; r
err MONTHS,./SOTBBBB ,Mohair suits; a .
MOUTHS..... ..35AdTerttelnff Miss Pauline Jones has been :y5 .- ; $: :
sick the past week with Roseola ( t Boys and Youth's Suits. >:: :. ,, ., ; :
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on live topic, especially s'1 ; :.; ,,;
of local Interest are .Bollcltod. II among friends here Thurs :" Likewise W J18VQ' nice new assortment of uptodateGents ,
Is understood, however, that the publish .. .
of Tire BANKKB will not be regponslbl* day., .. '. I' J -' dressed.
for opinions expressed by correspondents.. kind that make look .. .Jj
A. H. Jones, woodsman' for : Straw' Hats; .' ',, I:',..
TTK BAKNKB wants a live representative George Myers, was a business i .''- '. ,_'! '* '
and correspondent at every poBtoffic* : / ., ," ,. ,: ;
ranfcementa(n the with the will rlgrt make paulel.I liberal. ar' visitor here Saturday. ,. ': -",-, You.' all know about. that best shirt made_-' .,, ...."''\......-', "",. .", '.,;';\1:, ,..,. '

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THURSDAY April S O| 19'11'' 'GYant1 has*been real sick the'pas; :, : "The Krtoxall"Come : '

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Mule or no mule, the :perao :'week MasterS'; she has test Measles.and Lesley,lit I' get your 'spring and summer supply;,we have: .them. : 1
cratic party is In the .
tie sons of Curtice L. Jones, are '
a .... least shelves .- .
.convalescent from Measles. : And last but not our .
Canads is now howling:' against : .' :J

negro invasion in the Dominion. Six cars of first-class cypress '. how filled with that justly famous, ... .

.. .. ties were shipped from here over are .: :, :Ii:,::
..:We hope the ''legislature wilnot'take the B C. railroad Thursday .. Ci-ossett SHoes, :: / ;fi',

up too much time with I Dr. Grace of Aycock and Dr. 'J

freak legislation. Wells ot Chipley' were here pro .' The kind that makes life's walk easy. .; .,

.. ''fessionally, Saturday afternoon.G. '
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David J. Hill of New Yorkt has W. Glascow, ja turpentine Campbell & Dekle S orn any. ,;

resigned. his post' .''as" ambassador j operator of.Macom, was a 'call r -

of the. United States to Germany. here, Saturday; he was en route
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'Diaz can't see the point why be Rev. M. E. Grant did not attend
Popular Election of Senators.
should take a chimney-cornet .quarterly meeting at DuncatfSatur -

:.chairwith the other'' "gratfd old. : day and Sunday, on account oi Public sentiment .in fayor .ot "
,men.. the'illness ot his wife.. the direct election United States "Wash-Day Goods.When
.. 'l .. Senators was never: before sostrong" ,
Uncle Steve Simons! of near '
'?- It appears that neither the the Hardlabor settlement was ic as it is'now. Tile Senatorial -

-'. ;Mexican nor the Lorimer situa- Thursday he tells us that* his entire contests this year,, plus the things are put through the wash __ -.:::** .
'turn'can entertain much hope' of family; has had Roseola. revelations'in' the Lori mer* case, you canf tell what they are: .. .

permanent have given tremendous impetusto Goods has Stood the Test for 27'"Years::'. '
peace.ti,. Rev. Edward Syfrett, who has: f ihe movement.In :"

'''been'in:the eastern part of the West Virginia the election I keep up with the new.things,-and

If Woodrow Wilson. keeps'!! on State tor some months was min- of two,Senators was accompaniedby I hold fast to the good old ones. l I
'growing for another year there.- gliiijfwith frjends: h'er.eThursdavj a partisan contest that made When you need; "wash-1! 1
will be a giant in the land'ofDem. I
cratic in 1912. We are sorry to learn that Wll-' the State ridiculous( and narrow day" goods, I Keep then'.

promise.. .. lard the little .Bon of Prof. and, ly missed ending in a scandal. In for you.. I ..

'Mrs. W. T. Home, has suffereda New York it took I the legislature My stock.of Hardware: ,* ;!
The House' last week passed
his seventy-three days to emancipate
v relapse trom recent severe
f,....",the Rucker resolution for election' illnes. itself from 'Murphy's "votingtrust" Ranges, Stoves.Sastf and"Doors

: "i.of. U.'S. Senators by direct vote caucus! : and! choose a senator -- Coffins and Cask-. !

1 ',.ot the people, 296 to 16. The stork passed through town ," The Iowa legislature did ets, Guns and Ammunition -
Tuesday, leaving.a 10M lb. son;at "
not succeed ia electing a "
:. W L Tiller Dynamite Crockery; I
the'home Mr.andMrs. ; ,.
The. Harpoon, new journal for until April 12tb, the last day of I
Glass Enamel ware'Sewing
; so Lamp is now smiling and II r ware, I
the session and the Colorado legrslaiure -
1 public favor, edited by Charlie '
whistling.W. Machines, Paints,
'. Jones, at Jacksonville! is the lat- has not yet broken" the

'.'...,.eat addition to Florida newpaper-- Si Jones has been tusljng deadlock. As for Lorimer's case I \\1 Oil, Jap-a-Lac, Farming'

dom. with a case of Roseola the past it is'still a stench in the nostrils Utensils Picture Frames.

.. week which, he says, reminds of the whole country, and his title tma'de to order) arid" """""

him of the case*of Measles he had to bis seat must again be investigated ,-,* vV
Last not least,
If a bill congress
:.!: by Mir. Mays goes through.. Ma- twe ty-five years ago 'by the United States. Fishing Tackle that's "fit for fishing. ,:
A'large fishing party was form senate. -
:- :rianna will have a government
ed' That the resolution submittingan JtW"I will be pleased to serve you. ]
I. than here Friday morning to go
":'building, to cost not more ,
b '. '$ the ponds south of here; they returned amendment to the Constitution YOURS TRULY, t'
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for the election of
Saturday afternoon, providing
United States Senators by' popularvote'sbould'bave R. C.
: porting plenty fish and a good' HORNE.
<, :.' .,; 'In.the 'd'ea"th ot Tom L. John- 'time. been reported -

; .. ,: son a' real man was removed from tothe'Ihousepassed' and sent
: >:the walks of life. However, the We are.informed; there was another to the sent to'the Senate within 8
':" for which he'lived and break-down at the. ig mill
a few hours last Thursday, demonstrates -
first of the week and that some
fought, will live on. the rapidly growing i.flkL.ir5-4 w ww-5iiiiW9S'/.fc( x.
.. ot the machinery was sent to
popularity of the proposed chang .
-- -; A cyclone struck Jefferson Co. Pensacola for repairs thus giving So'far as the question itself iscencerned 1 -BAY HEAD INN.t':
the boys to rest up and fish. \
Missouri one day last week and there is little open op- '*' '

caused the death of a dozen pea The regular term of County position either branch of Con- E. M. NEWMAN; Proprietor. W.

';, pie and destroying property to Court wasTheld 'at Vernon last gr.essT Only 16 .votes in the Bay Head, F '. ridp.

.. .the extent ofabout., $3,000,000. week; the proceedings would be ,House, were cast' against the' res-
," ...' .' interesting reading to we taxpayers olution. The.chief subject of Mecca of the Tourist, Angler, Sportsmang ,<

*r*"* -Jt 1," who have to follow the plow debate in tl is.1d ngss,1 aEs/in' the M..1.........."............ Iti" n.
....(.:\ jl t"dWclosure;*itf IllirlOIWcatf1ttn'Flue :
v and'no time to sit around court. Sixty-first congress relates to Rates Per
Hi""tfmeS'enator Day j Newley Furnished \ Find BoatingIW
j perHapa' lor,1merwill'begin the"autnority which .{ } '

.,.:.<) to suspect that I The privateliterary school: being Conressi&ta'retain/ uver L"'''"the I ( J

Vvthere-: ; 'was 'something wrong taught, here by Miss Ida Jef mannerof elections and the qual- Bathing

t. about,the.way,in. which he waselected. fries; is progressing nicely; the
". ifications.of votersrr 4 ,
? attendance being far better than 1 a' '
\ .' 1 anticipate The patrons! are to FARQUHAR M'ACJINBRV Cotes '
We )learn from parties who .
i.< Wilson in be congratulated on the good,;i effort .431 E. ,, '
t .Governot a* special have been'down'that < vtay', that Doy Street
message to the New Jersey,legislature they are making to educate. the Marianna aa Blouritstown' JACKSONVILL, P,* LORIDA. ,_ : :'

'*. last week, urged' the pas- their children.. railroad and the railroad of the Largest stock of Macliinery
'.',. 'sage 9f a Dili giving cities a com- We chanced to'meet Geo. My German-American Lumber' Co.will .I ,,in Florida for 'saw :"mill i ] i'nd '

r. 'miiaion form of government that Saturday, just after his return soon' be connected, thus giving planing mills'., ,' -I. ;lT:

!'-',_'. wvides for the. initiative, refer- from his big camp fish- on the Bay country another rail- EARQUHAR MACHINERY'has I- "t

:'r' endum.and recall. Cedar creek; he told,us that they road.' Jt seems all railroadslsavean
been built for 57 years
.., "'iI'.. ,.:;," had the usual good luck, in catching eye otf St. Andrews Bay. ;
,1 more built today than anyoth-
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-:son Jias ordered the A. & St. A. and plenty of good water; so it for the future; it being the Send for catalog and
"' without that, bestkand largest. ';! 'theGulf"coast. price..
>?;.B. railroad, to build a passenger goes saying they Jiarbor/on ,
",. Jr ",and "'freight'station at Panama had an enjoyable time,. Washington : We believe by ,the

,A % Citv,.large; enough to accommodate is a grand old county and time the: Panama! canal js, com- A. G. McQuagge\ A D.."CA BMIOHAEL. .

: '.' f':"* :tHe| s8enger and freight many-fishing' resorts which: pleted four or five railroads will Attorney Lawl'

afthat The can'and being enjoyed by.the touch'tidewater on St. Andrews _, Notary Public
'fV:busiSess place ata- are' : ....ColleoUon a 8p oI UI." fa

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): Three camels presented thetnsrlve l'
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Church Dtrectory..M whereas but two animals of a kind
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. E. Church, South.-Preachtnkevery ,thad. been called for. 'Sake 1 InM..rUIr: cc; ) K.
j ,tat and 3rd Sunday 11 a. m.aiKW pfm.K. .""Ope of you fellows will hp ve to
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step asldel" shouted Noah very per- -OP' 4Florjda.
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"Iw.;, 'w.1;.' '. Prayer Meeting Thursday nights./ ., the three ships of the desert ,to take Cardui,"writes Mat- .Mjr1a"ina.: "
{'I' .' Young Men's prayer meeting Tuesday smiled knowingly. tie L. Bishop, of Waverly, 2 .

:11' DIIr ts. Everybody cordlallyjnvlted., :]!!' Bald the' Orst of:hem, "am the Va., "and for his sake I a- g> Invites your-attentlon to its New Line Policies', as embody,log'-'the; rnaxi |

; 1'B .1 i ----\ camel which shall, pass through the greed to try It. Before had lowest A !
:Ir ptlst Church-Preaching ever j 2nd 8 mum,of practical protection at the practical price. remarkably
eye .of a needle sooner titan a rich tunti taken 1 bottle I felt better.
and 4th Sundae Rev. Golller.pastpr. but safe and and, backed frome .
cheap contract conservative capital
1. ; Sabbath School 10 a. m., K. O. Hawk shall enter the .kingdom of heaven/' "Before taking Cardui I S < i

Superlnteneent. "I," said the second-"am the cumpl 1 suffered miserably every w. H./MILTON.; President 8R
Meeting Wednesday nights. -J'
: .Praver .which so many people swallow while
: month and had to go to Directors :J- "- Gammon John Milton, :Jr., W. H. Wt. ltQeeecoccccccQ 51n.
.? j ? '. straining at a gnat. bed until it off but :j.. E,, Blanks.( ,J. 1 44;, DUIon. H. H, Lewle,,John MiltonAIlIic '
Poetofflce Directory.U "And 'I" said the third and 1'nst. is

,. Office hours 1:30: a. m. to 7:00 i. m.; except "am the camel whose back was' broken now I OCC CCPOCOGOCICOOOc cpoo9Gtl U

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""West-bound mail close sat IS:lO posterity' could 111 spare any of 'these Am 8URrighot.U. : If it is Miachinery you want: we..ftayeiit., ,'Write

Mall from Vernon arrives ,at 10 a. m. and would be lost for Illustrations Take [; : us for catalogue,-pricesand.terms.COMPANY. .
and leaves on arrival of the e"bouni; lw'ith' 1 "them<: graciously made an exception I

mall.. In.their favor.-Puck; MALSBY ; !
.1' Sunday hours:. ll0m.\ :; to J 9ao; p, m., .. .... I :,-' : .

l r;'., 'Money Orders Issued at all hours when The Woman's ,.....1JI ., .
\ office is open except Sundays. Famous Vine.. Tonic _. 41 South Forsyth SI., ATLANTI, Ii'fa.J .
.T P HCHKL.L P. M 'In-.the- Cumberland Lodge portion of
.; i- the royal gardens at Windsor there Is a You know Carduf will J ". ,We sell the followicg well-known goods: American,

our Clubbing" UeU Tine, known all over England as the help you, because it has Hlj'b": ; ,Dromgold, ueisef ".IPecrle33;' :Fold Smith Myers""& 'Schnler.Saw
Cumberland Lodge Vine which In a helped ,others who were '} \ Ili.IJn\ i all sizes and capaaitles'Erie; City,O.isct' ''P.eerfess, andiHouston,
I'' BANNER and Seml-weekly Atlanta 1': '').I\""f' UOItrqll'hlnr'wlInJJloilers i:1 al; ,sizes; andQcJcos'
/Journal, per year$1.75. ... I': !' I shoot of a still' older vine whIch growsat in the same fix, as you. : :,''IIUi t\4lJlifl.ryJiaIdwsiIYd'CfJ;; ;/ ; : U.'M Mills.:goner, "
BANNER and Thrice ,-week-New York. 'na pton Court, but the shoot hivi It is not only a medl-' ,;".....r'i. l3nj I ,pcedsand various ctnerMnchtnery, Repairs and Mill Supplies.
World- ,per year, f 1.65. y' far outdistanced Its parent In Dimensions cine for sick women, but,| .\'.. "tan; h'lml! 'j'ou i *'I.o .L.;si: vlaci uic/y, njarketand at' bos&inevo .

"""B.A.NNER'and Semi-weekly' Tlmes-Un- and productiveness' In.England a tonic for weak women.' .' 'ou.nsoaey_, .. \\,
Citizen ,, &O. grapes, are ,generally grown under Being made from mild .
.: rand (per earl ,
glass., and' the Cumberland Lodge vine -.... ---
BANNER and Home and Farm, per year 'glass ; gentle vegetable Ingredients .
has great' 120 feet
,11.2/\/ a structure tt is perfectly harm UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA., Florida Women
.' long by 20 wide all to Itself. Growing i State College,
....1 with astonishing luxuriance, the vine less .and .has no bad, I GAINESVILLE' TALLAHASSEE

General Directory. spreads Itself over a roof area of iJ;-too( after-effects. A Superior.But Inexpensive Institution for iollaoe of Artit and Selena -Normal-8caool.'
square, feet and bears annually a crop Cardui can be relied Florida Young Men. School Music. School of Art. School ot Expression
OFFICIALS I School ot Home Economic
,. \ I JI.| ly a thousand huge upon to help you.. Four colleges affrlciltural eipurlment 8taUm:1 First class equipment throughout. Tuition
Governor"-A'ber w. Gilchrlst.' bunch at the finest 'flavored grn11cH.., Try it today. ante Universityctanslon.80.vA cent increase 46 professors In attendance and assist last frees Other eipennea' very. low. For formation,-
r' ''Secretary: of ytate-r-H.j; ;Clay! Crawfpjrd. These grapes tare frequently found on At all druggists. year. Attractive buildings and campu For address
u .
'( }' catalogue address. A, A. MUIPHRCE.President EDWA1D CONIUOl, Preddeet.cKy
4 Attorney General Park Trammell. the royal: tableland; the subject who'is ,
J presented with a basket of them conIdeVb" -
'Com. E. MeL '"
Agriculture n. ,
'Treasurer-WmV.Knott. .shoot ,from himself which highly the great vine The has, F.ARQ.:HAR MACMIN'E17Y GO.4a1 .

: :;supt. Public Ingtruction t < H BO\O'\] grown'was planted In 1775. What H'o Heard.. E..Bay,Street,
John "Is his name and he lives V '
,. way.", j > mach and Newburg Further personal details JAC#.SO V"LLBP.. L.ORIDA.
Comptroller-A. Croom. (; Liver Tablets
:John t haS a'I
are ;not sow
necessary. ,
1 S. Supreme" Court-Thos. M. Sh1ckleford, assist nature In driving all impurities I wife who Is not a? chnrlfnble aa.' she Everything: .for ,the ,,,aw, mUtnd,

,., I.\ : .Chief;Justice M. H. Mab T. Cleror.k out of tbe system Insuring a free and regu I might be, and she hnf u woman. friend plaining'mill. We'are now selling.
'. '.Railroad CommUsfon: Hudson Burr lar' condition and restoring the organs: of wlio, LIHS'(loiufstktrouble: of her own
U'I Chairman: R. U. Dunn Clerk. the body to health, and.treuicth1.. Hold by and therefore ran.nnd. does sympatblzo the, well known Farquhar<<: 'lJ4 i aftbjlnery -

i }v ''Judge first judicial circuit-J.,Emmett Ity..Drug store i and 8. E. McOenohy. with John's wife. 'Just what time It direct to the user which. .!means

-l v1VoUe'Peneacola.. b J' ,! was when!; John came In tbe other .
;.' t tt", ; morning deponent knoweth not but .a saving- our customers.
' '.'.4 State Solicitor: nrst Judicial circuit-J. Imprisonment For Debt. certainly it was no sort of'tlme fpr a I I '
Large, CCk'"""; Easy Terms.
: Walter Kehoe. .
\ lit middle the 'last ecu-
iA jthe jot married map to be getting home and '
'y i __ Jury pe power of imprisoning-a-a debt his wife told him so, though ho knew Sendfor Catalog and Prices.

r .'.. '. ,,U. S..: AND QFFICE OFFICIALs) or for life.was.taken from the creditor, It perfectlYI, well without being told. .

ti .1 :H. 8. Chubb Register,.Gainesville, Fla. and It fills one with amazement to( Next morning after John had gone to,
think that a system so ridiculous\ his office his wife called up the 'other
I ':";: I Shields Warren Rece. vQr..palnesvll1e\. nouM :h}ve continued as long ,as< It'' woman on the telephone and told P yeans Advise
:... did. Tbethreeprincipal debtors' prison -' about John. The other woman was ajl
the use, of A keep the bowels ) and the of undigested
'i open prevent poisons
.;': '- WASHINGTON: COUNTY OFFICERS. In England were the King's Bench, 'sympathy, nnd' what the two bad to, food from gettlnulnto,:your ysf;ra, '

';'\\\0'0' .... ; :C.j Circuit Clerk-W. C. Lockey, Vernon. the Marsbalsea and the Borough way about the kind of husbnnd John The, latestrroc1uctpl sclenco.IsVELVO; Laxative Liver Syrup, purely :vegetable ntJe.

"'.., :,r' ,; "t, V "ount)" Judjto-'I_ AIIahi on.Ye; < onr' ,, Compter.. In the year 1750-there were20boo was was more than 'plenty. In thethick reliable p I r'F iromaUc j taste. i Velvo acts on'the liver,'as' well Won thestomach
: l' ': ,;f Sheria-O.'G. Allen;Chipley.."' prisoners.for debt,In Great Brit- of It'a' friend of ;'John's'pot' on the and b9welstrid: Is of the greatest possible.-efficacy In constipation;Indlgwrtfon,

:. ',:"..,: :-.w, t i Treasurer-U.BTlher.Xpr711o.; ,, air and ,Jreland. The' futility:of) the Wire-not- Intentionally 'Of ''course for biliousness, sick headache,.feverishness, cQllc.flaUileoce. etc. Try ?&F 1Here's

': : ..:: Tax William i, Chipley.S. system was qulte as great as jits bar bethought John 'was a model but ,he ,: laLAnJE
; ? j
.. ., .Ii. -.. .. Tai' Collector vy:.... (Gainer; Jconl1na.t.P !: barity. More than half the prisoners got there, and It sounded good enoughto r f

'\ :. ,< ." ; Supt Public Instruction.!:B. FGainer,' In" some of the prisons were kept there him to star and ..listen. But not i 1c-T n I '

tJa..1.,.,,' \ .Wallsau., solely because they_could not pay the for long. Presently he 'coughed and T" I
,'?$'.I I'it-= Supervisor of ,,,Reglstfatioq-J.: JW. attorneys'.cpsts.* ,Many prisoners'' badtheir there was a sudden silence.*'

*fr>> ;J: Gainer, Econflna. wives and children with them. I "Who's that?"' Inquired Jghn'e.wife. 1
1 '
I IV1;:' Co ntv' flollcltor, A. D, Carmichael, There was no Infirmary; _no resident "It's John," responded the friend L'IVER: .SfRU'II ; :

:'$:.':\;t, .Chlpley.J,bath. Imagine; a qface ; and hung up the receiver.-New. York R,, ', .
'f'' In.these d4Ys containing 1,309 persons Tress. '
*-J .' Thos. Vplllns Caryvile
,*:.; 't". \ County Surveyor- .
bath and Inflrmaryl( We
and no 'no
)* Vvi''i; .' .. FIaui'1' +
;;_. andecislly vtbo
baTe Indeed "progressed. -Dundee, Ad Every rurally) tttoso ,1.
'\ ;:," County Commissioners: yelaer' reside In tbe country should be provided at ,
I _
.' 1ft/Sf v"' J. M. Simmons, Chairman, Verno" i' I .1 ,all times with A bottle of Cban/Wlaln's a Good Slogan for( '
\\,1: l,v-: ; S. W. Bush. Chlpley. Parnell. Liniment. There Is iro telling when it mAY

>\'r5\[ .' B. F. ,Evans Vernon.Jv.x. X never saw abraver man than Pat be wanted in ease ot( 'un accident !II', eniergency. -, ,
1 ,:, : : < "" ', 'J.'H. Porter Mlllvllle, i, .alt':! ;TheVtory'of his downfall la one \ It ifil most excellent tin all cases of I and

i *', ,''. J..T. Hightower.,Vernon. ( ',. ,fit themo t'pathette, In.history.. Thereto rlieumrttlsiii: sprains! and bruises.! Sold 'by a ,Bigger Better :Business.

: '0' ,.. \ Sch"ooI.Bord: a rumor that'Captain O'Shea said City'' Drug-Store and S1. McOeachy. I
.. ', '; *.,,. i G.'B. Bush Cbalrnrfan"Orange I1II1. .to Qambetta: "What are we going to : 1 '.......,.&1',.c............ I

,:, ;. '. ." S. J. 'Gainer. St. Andrew..** r & 'With'Parnell' ? He,is getting to be r \
danger to the country." AndO DON'T BLOCK THE '\ AY1!
...\ I" '.:L W. F. RUBS Vernon.. a great .
c .:,., ; ,. .; -. mbeda replied '"Set a woman on Oddest'of Queer' Fishes.A ... _* \ J
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\ '. '.1-1. : 11I8 'tr ck." And the woman Insteadof queer" fish that does not swim if)* I "
'. CHIPLEY CITY OFFICIALS. : ".' sallow '. Move as fast as the procession' puf Take ()lte' .
't" bet .aying fclm fell In love with this the "sargasso flsh) known 'to moye; j

-, Mayor-H. H. Wells. patriot and that' wall his undoing. as the "frogflslu" It lives: 'jn that Vast pace of the compan'y ypu are in or make way for the man'
< Marshal-H. M, Farrlor.Uerk .
\ : mass'of veod called the
floating gulf
I ICoDecUona of.Airs. T. P. O'Connor.. ;\ > '*
':, r '- ... and Treasurer-W. W. Cook., .. Sargasso, si! }, mid-Atlantic. behind. '
I i Council-A. Carmlchael., chairman, Its pee 'ral fins are so modified and ,
I.: C.'B. Dunn,J.'U. McGeachyqC. E.Tbarp ,NEVER, UUTQL' WORK developed as -to resemble tirms'and It new
;', ,W.0. Butler;Jr. M ''L '. The busiest'little things/ ever rand are uses them for'clinging to the weed. Don't stand'in the way of d s. Don' b.e."

,- .'" r--r-.rr":; 9r.KiJIJ..I! ew life Pills. Kverj:,plllugnr IP .t Very gaudily colored, 'Jt changes'1 Its path of better systenl Dont! settle down 1 on the/ladder' of'';,
../ ceated glcbnlo" : of health,"that chauy-, hues to match the aquatic vegetation

: es Weakness Into strength, langor Into en by' which It Is surrounded and when success.,r Don't be a barnacle'. on the" ship'of. pregre3&;

: The Banner orgy brain rag Into mental power; curirur the latter decays and turns brown It. (
[ headache Chills, dyspepsia, shade.
constipation, assumes a rrespondlng:: .
Progress advancement
.. malaria. Only 26o at 8.. E.ItoUeaehy'e.I The flah lays Its eggs In n Jfelly-llke: : : means

,. l '. mass, which, Absorbing u great quantity L / r

of water, becomes three times as- Advancement. meant movement.' MOVE: *

'. Chipley, ,FJa._ To DUcourage 'Him. big as the mothers fish herself, assuming -
"George" said her husband's wife*, ; I
the form of a narrow raft three or

tf.H "I don't believe you have smoked otfo tour feet long and two .to- four: Inches DON'T. BLOCK THE :WAYl. ,
rfiWr1 ,' Stands" for the.Upbuilding of of those cigars I gave you on Y4G'lF.- 'Ide.-New York World.Tiin t
.. .
birthday. SI /I
'Chlple i, (That's right my dear," replied, hiswife's !I ., but No Money. 1 '
'" husband. "I'm going to keepthem
Street MIsslonary-My good friend,
until our Willie wants to learnto why Idle away tbb precious hours In S
: Washington County.Florida! I-
.moke.-Cblcago, '
this fashion 'Don't. you. Inow1. that
.. : time Is ? '
money '
: ;
rf J 1tnd "
*? ; Loafer-Don't you belleVe It,, guv'nor.If to write For'ttrfr conIkfcntlol letter before &p- Barber
.:. :. : ,, '. :T H ""She hasn't any confidence Jn her that was sq I shoulfl be n'bloomla" psyicg tnt patent: H may be worth money. .: _
We promptly obtain U. S. and '
.. _. has she?" Foreign
,: I husband mllllonhalr. 1 hould. I've been doing
r ,'Subs'criptio$1\ l lPer: Year. "No.' She caught him telling the time on and orf ever since I was a PATENTS: Shop.
. other day and now she can.t.lope \ ,
f ,' ,' r' I :, truth the nipper? .-London, Mall. and TRADE ARKS (lr iqn EpiT : "
-. Jam out at all."-Toledo Blade. ___ m' I 1E L"oruey s bond model jFe cor
!i '. .. }>iuu>and we und an IMMEDIATE
e No W .
report on patentability. w. :
LICE. givp'
Y bAYEUAty31
We.make'a' l of I 43T1 1R'd legal service
Specialty ;. I All high PerhapsPatient' -, and advice and ouicharges ,
Father-Dearie, baby'tf eat-. fc" ur doctors hod ,given! me ni r writes are moderate. Try ua. 3 Barbers 3

Neat, 1n4' my glove now. Is' It all; right? IrsI Laura, Oa'nes df Avooa, Laj and my SWIFT ,Ic CO., I .

Dearie (from above-Oh, quite all nlldren and'aJmy\ friend were' looking P,;Jlq..t 4fYlfa'ay Everything Up-to-Sow.

,. \. 'Artistic. \ right-(pause)-you're sure It's yours? ,or ni$ to die, When my son. insisted i" that tpHe Opp..U.5,F patent p !lce. ,shlnfltpn! ,P.C. .

{1 1 Pnnch.: i EJectrlo HfttiTr I did; ..." ..anThnbeyId Shave ..'.\ ... .... ISc.
Comm'ercla Printing me a'worldofytood. I'alwur praisethere Haircutting, -. ....... 25c.
.- r I' .. S. Got It Right. S Electi'Io llllternf\ priceless blessnjt -' REST AND HEALTH JO MOTHER AMD CHILD. Shampoo, ............. 2Sc.
New Reporter-The auto turned terrapin I to women troubled wltb fainting nnd Mas.WiitiLoWa SbOTHU.Oo'8\'JU7. bmt been Massage. .... .._. .. 2Sc. '
Ton aaed for over RUtTY YEARS by MILLIONS of Hair Singe, ,......... 25c. ".
; aid' City..Editor mean .i/zy pelts tMc.koch>?,bet jJacb.-, weakness MOTHBKS for their CHIIDRENWHJIB
h'e turned turtle.. New Reporter-Well, It etlllty, coilHtlpiUion or kidney ll iiO$r'ders.: TKKT1UNO. with PBRKKCT BUCCBsa U -
f Banners; was' .a. high priced,maihtae.-Judge.t Use them and gain new health 'stro 4th SOOTHES ALLAYS all the PAIN CHILD; CURES SOFTENS WIND COLIC the GUM and* We Solicit Your Patronage.Very .

r'' .. __________ and vigovti'Tbcjrr; kuuranteed ai jl'tI"fY 'la the beat remedy for IHARRHCEA. It i* ab .
t '1 olutely hannle Be sure and uk for Mn. Respectfully
"f Th superior man has .neither anrl-i or money rtlun'aetl.. Only cop at 8. K.eacby. .:.-!.Mq; Wi .Io..'* Soothing syTupv" and tape no other .

Chipley, .Fla. ev nor: iMUv ConfuclM. : "' ..Und. TDtceDte.a bottle. "W. D. Peters, Iropr

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y I What To Do Making a Gunstoek. OVERTAXED. xxc.> 0 is:
A party of men were out hunting, C'I

? : I'F() and an old' woodsman who was with II ad re.da of Cbipley Readers r 'I:1
i them broke his gnnstock In some way ; :
x Sickly ChildrenLetters Know What It Meads. .
other It just about 'JOE'
.. or was nightfall ..
w when the accident occurred and Inasmuch The kidneys are overtaxed .-

from Mothers as he was very anxious to do Have to much, to do. '
"I i "I wish I could induce every some shooting early the next morning I They tell about it In many aches and a \ / )'I":

.. mother, who has a delicate, sickly he decided to fix up"'his shooting Iron. pains rtl t '

child delicious Cod Liver Finding a walnut fence rail be set to sldeache headache. :
,to try your Backache, .
and Iron Tonic VINOL. It reStored work.- Ills only tools were an ax and, Early: symptoms'of kidney ills. PRINTING > (
a big pocket knife. All night 'long he
our little daughter to health Urinary troubles, diabetes, Bright' .
labored vigorously at his task, and by ..
:: and strength after everything else morning the gunstock was finished and disease follows. '. {, ... ; '

J.S? 'bad failed.,;MRs. C. W. STUMP, back: 'In place and worked. like a The statement below showsyou> a ... ',' I. '
"t Canton Ohio. certain "
cure. \
charm .;f. 1.
'/ ,,; Mrs. F. P.NSkonnard, of Minneapolis "now did you do it?" asked ODe of :J. C. Prescott, Ninth St., 'DeFunlak, '" I '.:, ,'.

:.a: Minn., writes, "1 want' to the number, greatly surprised. Springs, Fla. sayst "About a year ":.' ". .-

;-'>\' '. recommend VINOL to'every moth.. "Very easy" was( this old hunter's ago I was .so miserable as th result\ tot Creates.a good impres- : "': ', ..'
reply "No trouble at all. Just" get a i i *" .. '.J;.(",',:.,.1:"; ; .: '
,.: .. er who has a weak or sickly child.My my kidney trouble'that I could scarpe- ,' '71. ,' ". 04 Yf r .
,. piece-of wood about the size and kind sion correspondents ,. : ...
among ,
little boy, was sickly, pale, and ly attend to my work. My.whole sys ,. .< :
1 | had"no appetite for two years. I, that you want add then whittle away, tern seemed to be run down and I was and : \\J !
all that you want whittled away. helps : :
tried different medicines and doc never free from a dull, dragging pain .r.ji.fl
When you have all the wood cut off, "I, :, *':
t -i\ tors without benefit, but thanks to that you don't want you have a gun across the small ot my back. The kidney -' "to give 'your business, { .:"f"" f:' ,
( VINOL, he is a well and healthy.: stock."-Kansas City, Journal. secretions passed too frequentlyand ; :

M boy Allen." were painful when being avoided.A prestige., ';' ', \

C. of New Bedford, Mass., Spoiled the Solemnity. friend advised me to try Doan's Kidney .

writes"Mytwo punychildrengained Joseph IX. Choate when 'ambassador Pills and I procured a box. They .. ...../.f I ;.}" .

rapidly in flesh and strength in a very to 'the court of St. James and, Mark proved to be just the medicine I reqsir ... i"1 11 ....." ,. '.

short time after taking,VINOL." Twain were together In St. George's ed and I used only two boxes ,before I i ,

We positively know VINOL will chapel London one hot day, both was cured. t have not had a symptpmpKidney '';(, :

build up little ones and make them ,, seemingly sobered by the solemnity of trouble since then, and I, > 'WelDo: Neat Prihting-! >
the place. :
healthy and robust. tterefore'beileve wy cure to be a .;
", strong Try "What an.awful thing It Is"- Twain per ;
one bottle, and if you are not satisfied began In a whisper. manent,one." I, 1 At .l e ncriria.l lo

we will return your money. Mr. Choate leaned closer to catch For sale by all dealers, ,Price 50 .

I r ,'JI S. E. McGeachy, Druggist, some ponderously sad expression.' from cents.' Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, ". ... ,I ,
the humorist. New York, sole agents for the' United j. ,'"
I Chipley, Fla. "What an awful thing It Is," Twain statea.r' ,, .", ', .,' .",I'I'
--- .
"to be shut In place .
up I
Remembers.' the name-Doan's-and
where one cannot shioke':" I '
Th Clvr Shoe Clerk take no other. Give us your next order '
At the cost of considerable time and ePo. i .

labor one hIgh grade shoe' houses/ Your Your breath tongue is I it foul.ooutea. -. and we will. give you per- )
bound to protect Its goods. On rainy. .'. Short 8tori. .
Headaches tome and K" ...a...._
day a' woman wearing wet shoes went stomachs lucre are in me Dear or roe B brieftales I f ec:: t sais f a" .lon% I.UU )I' '
These show that ,
symptoms your
.in. ,to>buy rubbers.: The :lerk measured a constructive skill, a command .
the trouble. -To remove the cause Is tbe
tbe width and length of her first;thing, and Chamberlain1 Stomach and of design and a gift of decoration rpreIn making you one, ofour 5:{
.hoes, removed them and brought anew literature and almost Unknown
I any !
take ..
Liver Tablets will do that. $nay to t "
pair of the same size to try on. and most effective. Sold byCUy Knig;. Store in English! which Is' ever unduly negligent .regular, customers. ;
Visions of depleted pocketbook caus!! Of "
a form/1 .And no one need won .
and S. E. McGenehy. .
.d'her to exclaim, "But I don't want. der that Poe's short stories wandered "' 0"

,new shoes, qnly rubbers! t- --.- swiftly out ot' our. languages Into '. '. I ,' .

"I understand," said the clerk! ,"1 ( French'and; Italian> and Spanish, Into '...I.. ,." I .' ',. .' \ ,
am only slipping these shoes on to fit Th. Handkerohi.f Cam Prom Italy German and Scandinavian apd Bohemian 1 J ,', ," ,.., ,
the rubbers oven It ,soils! the Inside A writer In a French review pointsout Into strange tongues where no /

of a rubber to slip It on over a wet that',, the handkerchief does not other American author, except Fenl- I\ "THg: :: : : .
hoe. Then It'' it doesn't fit and the come to'us from China, as has been more Coopefr, had ever before' penetrated -

customer doesn't It is spoiledfor generally believed, but from Italy., It .. His weird psychologic studies

the next customer! ," Is only ,300 years ago that the handkerchief have Influenced later writers as unlikeas i i '
experience of a Venetian lady was con Maupassant and Fltz- BANNER ( '
"And the: outcome of that Rlchepln, CHIPLEY
was," said the woman, "that 1 sidered a great curiosity. The hand James, O'Brien Robert Louis Steven .
kerchief crossed the Alps and was received son and ( Ills tales ofa
bought tbe shoe as well as the rubbers Rudyard Ipltng. .
with great favor at the court of mystery solved at last observation ,
and bad them sent home 0: O. D. by -

10 Maybe that was what he. was working, Franca. Handkerchiefs werethen and deduction have been Imitated
for all the time.'"-New York ua.Why made of cambric or lawnand bordered Jby Dumas and Sardou\ by Guborlau 4 ChipleyFla.' .: ;
c"I with ..Venetian .or Alencon lace. Under and Bolsgobey, by Wllkle Collins and ;
Henry III., of France the! sachet was .
Conan Doyle. And Sherlock Holmes, .
I Wast His Breathf ,
Introduced. The handkerchief was .. ....4 .
the only flctitloua character-to win International : \
., Teacher-Now, Tommy, suppose- yon
taken Into' little later and
Germany a recognition In the Anal : *' lf
had two apples and you gave another UtP ,
was known, as the "fazelletln, after
boy his choice of them. Yon would tell years of the nineteenth century is the
Its Italian name. Only persons of reincarnation
of a figUre first projectedby
him to, take the one wouldn'tyoupATommyNo
bigger ,
mum. Teacher was quality published used it at, and Dresden an edict Interdictingthe In 1595 tury.Poe.-Brander Matthews In Cen .... .. ....... .G..G. i l

Why Tommy-Oo5'twouldn't be nee
use of the handkerchief among the

essary.-Suburban-. Life. trading(classes.-LondonjQlobe.Th I ': DO YOU. KNOW :1

.aM jA tbould tx cured, without loss Mean Thing. SAY! e

of lima and by a medlolne which: like Ctam' I "Ph yUIll; Is the meanest kind of a gossip. That now Is the time to build that home or business house e
berlala'sCollo Dholora and Diarrhoea Rem ." you have becn considering The present business depression 1
think i has reduced the price of lumber and building materials; labor $
edy not only cures promptly but producesno "What makes yon 1107" .
is cheap and*plentiful, and you can build now for 25 tQ 50 percent
unpleasant affter effects. I t never,fails "Because she never tells you any ( less than $
We will the Banner in ,
and Is pleasant and safe to take. 86d by thing herself, but gets you to tell her .send fre ,tort

.. City Drug' Store" and S. E.-MoOeacby. all you know. e term of this school to : JUNE, ((907, OR JUNE, 1908. : I

1 A Poor Plan. ,: When you think 0;lumber orjbuildlng material, think of us. $
r The Wast of the ,Wind. 'The trouble with some men who To Every White .Teacher and the fact that we'have completed a modern Up-to-date mill C

Every' one who wants a< cheap motive reach' the topIs that they go right on work mill and can tarnish everything made of wood used in e vS 1

'- force has tried to harness the over and clown the other side.=Chicago In Washington County a bulldlng'lrom sills to comb, and that we can I'e .;

'wind. Every child has made a paper Record-Herald. I ,
ropeller\[ n windmill. But can It be .. $ 00 1Zt'QUICK.. $ :.
t I
r 'sald that the possible uses of the wind KICKED MY A .
MAD HOKSK. Who will send us the news of Bash Mou1dln$. Framing Bank -0
hare been as arduously Investigatedas .Samite Birch of Win. bad Doors Casings .
BeetowivJ most Flooring
Drug \
such recently discovered forces as their community each week 3 -- j
or '
Blinds Base
narrow escape from losing his leg. ofts no '. Ceiling Store : :!
{,Steam and electricity and gases? Is It doctor could heal tbe frightful sore that de- Frames Finish Siding Fixtures. .
.. : two weeks at least.
aot conceivable that the practical uses every I
.eloped but'at lust Uiieklen's, Arnica Salve
l(.e the wind are underestimated just Estimates cheerfully furnished Freight paid to vour eta I i '
cured It promptly. Its tb'e greatest healer tlon If desired I
,because they are so familiar? 01 I ulcers, burns, boils, eczema, scalds, outs .Correspondents ma"write on "' I

t We cannot 'help thinking that the corns, cold acres, bruises and pi'lzs on earth ..
wind will be' more variously employed Try It} 2So at S. E.:JItGcmcby'i. any subject of general i interest.. MAR1ANNA MANUFACTURING\ CO., ) : t.. j

Some An.Y In t he aame wa y tbat ?rob: I
ably the problem of laying under conk -- Ortfr only request is' that they refrain '; 2V1ARIA1NNA, FLA. e/o./'. '

trfbntlon tbe great physical fact"ot the Sons of Butcher : L.ONO.. prfinrxNCKPHONE r ,
tide. will be solved. One would think from using the name of anypersgn [ : I
TIItee: ,at. the stained glass windowsIn I '

,;<:; that( lighting the wind, yet could there<< be is 'practical for electric don.the contain ball of the the portraits Butcher of Guild Cardinal, Lon' in a way calculated to give, ....................e 1

,. apparatus for the purpose. True, the Wolsey, William Shakespeare and -
wind;is' variable and occasionally ab- Daniel Defoe In recognlUon of their offense. > The New York World

tent, but as electricity can be stored cobuectlon with the meat trade. .... w.promptly obtatnU., s. end pbreign

one might suppose that this was .the The cardinal wan 'the son of a "re Let Hear. Thrlce.a.week.Eedltloa., I-

very case in which variability did not spectable" butcher -Ipswich.. In Suffolk us :oi-
,. particularly matter.-London Specta- t- t The Tbrlce-a week World
,_and "the Immortal bard" assisted hopes to be

ti r:>..I'\;"', ;, .. .--' t, r while a youngster a butcher In bis native lu I 1908 a better paper' than It has ,ever 1I ,

I. ,... ? ?.., Beyond the Styx town of Stratford-on-Avon. From You.. been before and 1& has made Its arranae-; I*"md modeli*' -
known the manta. accordingly Its news service '$ oq
Defoe, nowadays as author cov
"I belleve you"were"'called the father : of "Robinson Crusoe," but In his ere the entire globe, and It reports eyery S "..t! .pfeffWliCURTJS .
j t
the '
> your country, renjarked
shade of 'Bonaparte. "Did you like day an adventurer and secret agent of We want the News thing fully. promptly arid accurately It ;!J
hIs government 'was the son of a Is the only paper, not a dally, which Is as ;\
the title? "
> botcher In Fore street and a member V ROod as a dally, and which Will keep you tppoaite
"I did, answered the >hade of '
'. of the gulld.-i-Natl.onal Provisioner. .".. as completely Informed of what Is happening *
Washington, "but between you nnd
6O YEARS' throughout the world.
me I'd bate to be even a ,tepfathcr to An Untamed Rascal The Thrtce-a u S.
EXPERIENCE week World Is fair )In Itspolitical Patent office t
--' IIOme'ot.. the cities therein. today. -Excfcange. "I dont think there Is an honest hair reports. Yon can get the truth WASHINGTON D. C. 1,1.., ,.

.. In his head. froiu' -Its columns, whether you are a Re- ':"'':
'IEII1' THE "That's right. I believe he'd even 1 publican or Democrat, and that If what J ..... ".t1: .
cheat at checkers r-Cleveland Plain you want.; *
facid yet sleeple. Hiram 8o anton of Clay Dealer. I A ipeolal feature of the Tbrlce-4-weck : L. JONES. 1

*City,*III oouKbed'and eouvbed. He wac in T"AOCMA"Ke World has always been iu lariat fiction

tbe mountains on the advice of ave doctors, Fortunat. ,DEMON Itpnfjlltbes novels by the best authors In .
who said be had consumption found no 'Sailor Just at that moment my father COPYRIGHTS 40.Aft'.n.'n. the world, noves wblcu In book form, loll Notary Public State at ,Large. I f.....

help In tbe climate and,tarted borne Hear received a ballet that cut off both flale"' ......" a.heirh. 'find(description wh.tber may all for'1.50 apiece and Its high standard In J..
Ingot Dr. King's New Pisc-overy, be beganto his arms and legs and threw him Into rnVin'tlotTV imihnlilf. ) ,pnliiifnMfc"AHDBIIOK' ,! ComronnlrwMoruMrlatlnniitiloiilb this respect will be maintained In the luCornas A'r't', i' '
use I&. "1 believe saved my lie," b.e the sea. Fortunately he knew bow to f...... 4MM.l"Hiri.rtAf>l.for_,ur .5.w onrateuae.nt nt.. In the past., V, "ess..entrusted.. to f
{ rlte-I'lor..It made anewjiian of me. so I swim--Parts Hire. Patnnt_Ie.timon. virliua. Inroavb' *cb.>.V Muna., la tb**Car.o.v.p.MaI The Tbrlce-a-w World' regular my care will have my prompt.r/ : { 4

can do good work again.. Vot aIL lung dis. of Scietitific JJm rltatt.I subscription price Is pnly l.oa per year attention. .
eases, coughs, colds, lagrip, asthma oroup, Prompt relief all cases throat-and and this pay* for "186 paprfri. We offer Fees reasonable

a whooplog cough, hay ferer. hemorrhage, lung trouble It yon ase Chamberlain's I enlntlan Ak.ndfmqa1riniwt of nj.?.iil.ntld<... I-w irrmlj..klf. 1 T.rrwtMr...rn..$3 a I this unequalled newspaper and The liaqft Can be, found at Post ,
",' hoarseness and qolnsy. Its tbe best known 'otigtt Uemedy. Pleasant to Uk, soothing month.,*!. Bolabrall n.w"leal.rr. together for one fear for tl.6fl. Th ,, Office;

remedy Price 600 and $.. Trial bottle free and healing In effect. 'Sold, by City drug mm( & Caeluradasy( Nbw York regular subscription pries of the two pa : 1

L r au, .rQtfred by: 8. E:. MoOeaoby. tore'aad' 8. E. McUeacby. '" -..-Br-"wb om.- ... cm r It..W..blD. t-...- : \I I Wausau, Florida.

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1 A duel between cattle herder on theM

z. Prompt Powerful Permanent zlcinf plates Is boat as savage and
deadly a manner of fighting ss one
Itn beneficial effect Stubborn Wire Fence. I

1 cases Good remit are I
could Each
t arc usually): yield to P. P. p. lastlna-it our.. possibly! Imagine. opponent
felt. Ttry Quickly wh.o oth..medlJ'IN&o.t.aJ'ound extends- his left arm and a third party
> who- baa been selected to act as referc .
binds tholr wrists together with -
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'yl red blood the fight Is on. Needless to say It does ,,
; Makes rich, pure -cleanses the entire .
I ";:, j system-clears the brain-strengthens digestion and nerves. nbt last long. Every stab+may be calculated s
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for Blood Polaoa'and skin diseases.Drives'out
A specific .
." ,. positive happens that both duelists receive fatal .
",':.;;: .$ '. '' Rheumatism and Stop*the Pain; ends Malaria; wounds. Yet In spite of the severe .- .24s

:' t 1 is a wonderful-tonic and body-builder. Thousands endorse it. rules of the game, there-are men who II '. '_ .
"; become experts and terrorize whole
e neighborhood. They pride themselves 4 :
: on being able to strike quickly ando ,
'. 1i" surely that they can kill an oppo .. '
Dent with the first blow and get away

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I himself you.

He has no confidence-* Two Thumbed Glov.s
a ', p or in his fellow man, The getting is good in the In M cold a' cItmate'as' that of'' Ice : Just a word Farmers and Fence Builders: :

morning$ of life, when bone and land the glove must be put off or on -

.. (lie values success more than muscleare a* rapidly and easily as possible, so' Itla
hard and head and
character self-respect. made without finger, and'' In order : Having made a deal for Ten Car Loads :
'i eye are clear. But the getting that no time may be, wasted In distinguishing .

If ''He does not try to make his gets harder as the years roll by. gloves have between two thumbs.right and You left all fj' of the Best American Steel Wire Fence weS :
.. simply
each day
work a little better After awhile the time will come thrust your band. Into the first glove

': 'lie" tries to rule others; by bullying for: you when the other fellows that comes and ybur thumb- Immedi: are in position to make you better prices e

instead by example. will do'aWtbe getting. You will ately finds ltd_ way There are, of O
:! course, drawbacks the matter of appearance 0 than ever before. e'
be out of the
:He loves his own plans.and interests for the dangling Idle thumb '
( humanlt So,,aa you ,wander along down looks untidy_London Chronicle. S e
,more than -- Be sure us before buying wire
the flower-lined pathway of life r 0, ,. e

:lllis friends like himfor what, what"is.i you-want to always rememberthat The Examination Text Books. 1:! elsewhere. It: means, money 'saved.I :

\ ;p ho has more than for he darkness! is coming on, when
The following is hat of Text
''HeUsobusy: that! .. he bas! ,.,no; l1fired./bard, to make a $

time for smiles or cheering words_ an'y headway with the harvest.'WoTer"wocds Books to be used as the basis of Hdw. Co. $ .
"' the examination for' teachers in Chipley :'
He'values wealth.atove h alb* : : ; : you want toget Jne. jfftk .

and the good opinionof while the getting is good. e .

self-respect them.He .. .. Orthography-Hunts' Speller; 20c. .......................... .

Reading-Any standard author will
lets the day go by without A Carlyle View. answer. l

making someone happier and Carlyle compared the advance of the Arithmetic-Milne's Standard; 65c.
world to the progress of some drunken The First !'National Bank
blf'. : Clements of ,
more confort Composition- English
man who rpt>II'ug from one side of the ,

I lIe is so burdened by 'his busi- street to tb-other, slowly and at the Composition, by Huntington; 60c. .' OF PSNSACOLJI" PL2. t ,

expense, of lunch wasted effort finally English Grammar-Lawton B. Evans .
ness that lie finds too; time for arrives at his destination.: '; 40c. Designated Depositary of the United State.. -

rest recreation..' .
Cutting. Physiology Primer of Sanitation, Oldest tend Largest Bank In We.t Florida.

lie becomes absorbed in his Mand-Mr. Brownlelgh tries to flirt by Ritchie; 50c. oe.a-.A.NLZED: .: ;3-xrx/sr :ao.: leeo. ,..,

'work that he cannot see tb"at life with every pretty girt he sees. Ethel Florida History-Brevard- and Bep- Half .
Capital Million Dollars
is greater'tbaflvorlr. IVe seen him try: to flirt with yon too. nett's; 60c. 'I

Boston. Transcript' U. S. History-:Field's Grummar Surplu., and Undivided, Froflts, (1OOOOO. ., '
lIe does .not tare what happens School; $1.'j.. '
IIntend Paid in Savings Department at Rate of 4 per cent. per Annum. ..
to his neighbors his friends Geography K \V Natural I
or -School at Home. ,, _M __HMBM. .
so r Tong 8 as"hVls prosperous. s. School, Florid: .'.?"4 *125. THe First Notional Bank ,
Let the Carver School teach you by Agricu1t /1 for Southern<<
{ mail,.the?Art of,Jhot
_.. Have You Seen lif; "% r If you:are eking a profession that P ''' .Tphy-Muray.. Sim- W. K. HvBft. JR.. president. W. S. x avsas. Vice-Pre.
.. ', W. J. FOMBBS. Caahler. THOS. W.BURIIT AMI. Caabler. W. N. KOBBKTD. A...CushierDirecioraF.
Is not overcrowded and one that Is. remunerative W. War H. KDOWt_ W. K.Hyer.
A motto,you will see 1 hanging C.Brent. A. Blount W.K Keycap. '
respectable and \R .'nment-::.For all grades, _W. J. Forbea. Knowlea Hrer. Tb .. W. Brent._'
' on the wall occasionally; ,, reads 5 School Civics $1 Yocum's
you are advj :: ; ;
something. like this: phy-rl> n lJovernment of 'Florida' and the

"Getwhile the getting is good." you. Ited States; $1.AlgebraMime's. High-Class Saw ,Mill MachineryWe

Lot's'to 'that; young' man It I "If you"are'an amateur photographer High School; $1. carry at our new warehouse,

You and wish to make better pictures at a Theory and Practice-For all grades 408 and 412 East Bay St., a large
means 'you. may' not see
I lower 'Cb8t,-ot wish tobecome a pro- School and Class Management, Vol. II stock of Portable and Stationary
the point today but you will in le.aional-Let the Carver School teach Administration and Hygiehe, by Ar- Engines;{Locomotive and Horizontal: '

our tomorrows.. It means that' you. nold; $1. L.',. Return Flue Boilers} Saw-Mills

while you are young and husky, If you are,professional( and wlah -- fi Planers, Badgers!: Saws, Belting

and tbe sun is high in the heavens to produce work that will be a pleasure NOTICEFirst .,+t-, ? .1 1.. w and Mill Supplies;plso engine and

,,''you "want*, to'get? busy and to,your customer; and a creditto Judicial Circuit of Florida, saw-iuill, repairs. Wales handle the
you-Lef the' Carver School teach Circuit Court" of WashlnRton County. celebrated line of Hustler Saw Mills
prepare for the rainy ,day. It Consolidated Naval Stores! and Erie Engines and Boilers. This makes the best Saw Mill outfit on earth.

means that you should not 'static! )you.The Carver School of Practical Photograply Company, a Coprporatlon, Get our prices before buying. We can save you money. postal will bringour
around on the .street smokjngwa offers twenty cemplete, practical -I J. W. HlnsoDi B. F.,Land, Traveler Write for illustrated catalog covering your requirements

arrd,1nexpenalve courses covering Clurlsaa Land his wife Co. .
pipe and loating'dway'thegolden
.. An.ila' K. Braiton, Bur- ..
hours. It means that in_ the. sum all of 'photographic work. res Brax ton,h' .r husband,,, 4O8 A 412 E'. Hay St. Jacksonville, Florida.
it is Annie L uclle Forehand
Write for full information, >
mer time of youth is when tbq (now Thomas W. Griffith and Iconic: Distance Telephone No. 874. ,
free and places you under no obliga Levla Urtffllth, hi. wife. ,
l harvest occurs!; ,_and you want ,tobe.iuj tlons. Address 'The defendants ..TnomasW.. Griffith

; band ,to gather :in the The, Car vof.,. School of required and Lovia to Griffith appear to h's the wife bill died are hereby In this Palmer: College

i } sheaves. It means that if you Practical PhotogropHy. case on the 2iul/ day of April, A. D. 1911. ,
This order to bo published once a week,
"atilt't'fn'Ume- fore the sun ''is' LocK Bo* 904 Waterloo, Iowa. four consecutive weeks In tbe Chipley DeFuniak Springs Fla.
Banner a week ly newspaper. published atnhinlav -.
f Waehingtoncounty Florida.
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Witness, mv hued and: the seal ot-this A Christian school for boys and girls. Attendance larger than'everbefore.
Report of Board of Public instruction of Washington' County, Fla. I II Court this 30th day of March, A. D. 1011.
_, ,.._ (Signed I ) W. C. LOCKET, .Strong,corps of teachers.' Large and well equipped school build
I For Month Ending March 31, 1911. ( Copy ) Clerk\ of tbe Circuit Court ings. Two dormitories. Good board. Careful oversight Expenses: mod

Date. No, War. To whom paid* -> M ; ,Amount. I Seal I of > of Washington County, erate., Gymnasium; Tennis, .and otheJ"'out dooJ"'e:1rerclaes.: '. -
1. ':.1 lO113: J Court. ) Florida. .
.. of area 1 To amount cash on hand, brought'forward tf' '
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1100 R w Van Brunt and teachers Chlplnj. -I ... -1M 00' --v Bv 8. A. UEMHIIIL&, Clerk. Spring Term Begins Feb. 2nd. :
I! 5 I01 T O teachers atilt:! .' Androw;.!' ...024000. Deputy : ,
6 1103 Hilda Melvin; teaching at Pt Washington.. .. 40 ()II '
0 1103 laTMatbewsaadteachersatillllvllle .. .. .. 2H5 00 A,splendid time for pupils to enter. Will be admitted to any' classes

.1 ... .& '' 104 .TensyVIltle.-teschlnq'aTlompklns.,. .. .. .. IOOO J. J for which they are prepared. By entering now time will 'be saved, -in
C11m\ Horne teaching at.'Doonet Pond. ,. ..... .. BAN)) D ONES, would
education. We call'spectal! attention to the fact that classes taughtby
6. I10t T. Gainer teacher at Sulphur Muring, .. .. .. 35 00 .
; II", 1107 t JR Pumphrey and asst. at Southport 2 mal. 210 (1) the regular Academy,faculty are being started to accommodate 7th and,8th
".- 6, 1108 Hli)... .. .. .. .. .. 8000 X'ttorney-At-Law,
A B NeUon and aast. at Piney grade students, thus,by this special attention entering now ,they could
.. .. 35 00
; 6 1100 bred Chesnut, teaching at Holmes Creek ,
6 1110 Ara M Far teaching at Allanton .. .. .. .. .. .. 8O OO c'JlU'LEY,, f LA. be prepared for- the academy: next: year.
6 ,1111 .J o U.rrell.teacblnllatMnrfee.. .. .... .. ... .. 3000 ; For further information and catalogue, address: ,
,ti 1113. Perla Corbln teachliijt at Grand Lagoon.. .. 80 oo COOK &''McRA.B"
:4'' 6 1113 Te81fI Carmlcbuol.teacblollatPlnololr.... .. .. 80 (X)
: 6 1114 Itessle Uowen, teaching at Whl eoak.. .. .. ..; BO 00 Rev. Lynn Rl Walker President
6. Ills David Gilbert teaching at Cyprece.t..,.. 3O 00. Attorneys' Law.
,:! ,61116 Antcus Mny.-teacblnir at Destln .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. 30 00 ( **--Offlc *,* CfclpUy' Slate".11. Prof.: 0; 0. Fisher, Principal.Neat .
6 1117 DACorley.teachlnjaftltLuke. .... .. .. .. ,. 8000 .
,,6 r1118 0 A Miller and asst. at Chli Io .....or.... 9A ooi
,6 ,1119 O II Corlev teaching at Pine island. .... .. .. .. MOO Careful attention riven all matters entrusttottrcaro. I .
CollectionsAgentforrespon.slbte ..4"J
S ',6 ,1100 TO McNeil, teaching at McNeil. 2 mos.. .. ..;. 113 00 .
.6 J131 C'athern Koulbao. teaching at Lilly Hill .. .. .. 25 00 tlm. and flr.-te.Ud laarance
,...81283. I A Anderson teaching at Pt Waghlnaton.. .. 30 00 com Daniell., ;.i7
'--a;., 1123Patience Bonlhac, teaching at sylvanfa.. .. .... 8500 :
>> '* -t.0)<- ; .* 'Z6; ,*;1126 ,Cblpley Hdw Co. stove pine for Piney 17111..... 6 25 "
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a T ll2a Banner February report.. .. .. 300f R. SCARLETT
Cblplev printing Creates
II i' ; .. .. .. 'a good impression
> ra&'ll87: W diem and mileage... .. .. ,
fl/ '. 6'1128UFGelnersalary as t.r... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..10000< '
J t r";6/: 1129 11 F Carter, per diem and mileage.. .. .. .. .... 00 Notary Public. ,correspondents
6\ 44 among your
A .. 81130 HB Tiller, commission M treasurer.- aas
iff 8-S.1I31 Mal'*lls Allen, teaohln at Brttts still.... .3.- 2300 ,
> a-.' 1133 J Harrell, tPachlng at ilprfee, 2nd mo... .... 8000)I Real Estate Handled. and helps to give your business .
B1133 .. 10083rttr'
:: t Toaatt.ArCrooomaiaxredemptlou.....1....... 1543 Collectlons'a! !specialty.Office "
h H':?-<- 'To amt A 0 Croom. Bt> & tit A tax .. .. .. .. .. 7M 43 t prestige. ; .
.. 31 ':-w ,:vv To am'. W BGatner, polls of 1910,. .,....,.,... .. : 2' 00 ,
81 ,J', To amt. WU Gainer tax of 1910.; ., .. .. .. '. a75093April In First Natlonsl Bank.
1 .!"*.. By ama cash to balance. .. .. ....:.. .... .... .. .. .. 6622 43 __ We do Neat Printing ;

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1 'i,: .*' '.;;;:> Amount cash on:hand brought forward.\; $03!V'? SJ ., ., at Reasonable' Prices. '
'''*> Amount warrants outstanding _...... .. ...... ,137325.
S'I: : : Cash la,treasury thin date,.',,. , ... 79U5 18 DENTAL SURGEON, .

" We hereby certltrta the ,orelr l tR ',iMemeot. f r'he'; month of March a. being" Chipley, Florida Banner Job Office.5'J" :-
*-,' In particular. -
ll ortect> every ; .
afK-i W. P. BUBS: Chairman Protem. J . ,
[ Office over First Natl Bank; -
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A pary: of anen'were out__hunting/ -- X'I-
-FORSickly and an old woodsman who was with Hndreds of Chipley Headers r'

,- them broke his gunstock in some way ;; : '
Children Know What It Meads. '
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or tother., It was Just about nightfall '
Letters from Mothers when the accident occurred, and Inasmuch The kidney are overtaxed. : 'Jp .

as he was very anxious to do Have to much. to do. .1 ,

." "I wish I could induce every some shooting early"the next morninghe They tell about it in many aches and, / ,

.. mother, who has a delicate, sickly decided to fix up 'his shooting iron. pains I" )' '

child,to try your delicious Cod Liver Finding a walnut fence rail, be set to ,
Ba9kache, sideache, headache.EarlysymptomIof .
work.' Ills only tools were an ax and,
and Iron Tonic VINOL. It ,
restored kidney ills. .
a big pocket knife. All night belabored ; PRINTING'sf
our daughter to health Uiinary
"I troubles diabetes
'. vigorously at his task and by Bright'sdisease .
strength after everything else follows.The \ "-
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morning gunstock was finished and
'had failed. C.
MRS. '
.'. STUMP, back in place and worked like a statement ,below shows. you a :- ".' .
'I Canton, Ohio. "
". charm. certain cure.

".u'' Mrs F. P.NSkonnard, of Minneapolis "How did you do it?" asked one of J. C. Prescott Ninth St., DeFuniak. ,', ,.' ,
::: '. Minn., writes, "1 want' to the number greatly surprised. Springs Fla. says "About a year : / I .

;:, '. recommend VINOL to" mother "Very easy." was this old bunter's .. Creates.a .J .: ,'
every ( ago I was,BO miserable! as th result .of ; : ( good impression : ;: :: :
'. who has a weak or sickly child. reply. "No; trouble .at all. Just1get apiece my kidney trouble'that I could ; ,, J(;" '1 .\ '

: My "little boy was sickly, pale, and ....._.... _-of_._wood___..,,about_"" .. ...the..__ size_.....u and_ _kind___ Iv attend tomv work.. My whole-scarce Ava. l. ,' among your cor- .:..,.'!" i;'.::' ,\...."" .'. .. '
had LU l jruu wauii uiiu lucu WIULLAV WilY '' '
i no appetite for two years. I all that want whittled tern seemed ,to be rundown and I was : ;'' 'P :' : '
you away. respondents and helps ''' :
; ; tried different; medicines and doctors -. When you have all the wood cut off, never free from a dull, dragging pain .. ,' ; ..

r r -' without benefit, but thanks to that you don't want you have a gun- across the small ot my back. The kid ... .,to give .your bisiness': ':; : ; !:'
VINOL: he is a well and .
healthy, stock. -Kansas City Journal. ney secretions; passed too frequentlyand I ','" '
o- boy today. were painful when being avoided. prestige. "" \ \

: C. Allen, of New Bedford, Mass., Spoiled the Solemnity.* A friend advised me to try Doan's Kidney : .

writes"Mytwo punychildrengained Joseph II. Choate when ambassadorto Pills, and I procured a box. They \ ., .j' .

,, ,rapidly in flesh and strength in a very the court of St. James and, Mark proved to be just the medicine I required .. .. .. ..I,- "j'i ij I .' '... ...- '
time :
short after .
taking,VINOL. Twain were t6gether in St. George'schapel and I used only two boxes ,before I i "" '

We positively know VINOL will London one hot day, both was,cured t have not had\ a aymptpm '
build little and make seemingly sobered by the solemnity of 'Dp Neat : .: :
up ones them the place .. off,Kidney trouble! since then and I, -i'V PrintingAt
healthy, strong and robust. tterefore'believe
','. Try "What an,awful thing It is"TwaIn. wy cure to be a per }.;
1 one bottle, and if you are not satis. began In a whisper. manent one." f Reasonable Prices.
tied will :
we return
'' your money. Mr. Choate leaned closer to catch For sale by all dealers, ,Price 50 .

i'S.. .McGeachy, Drug-gist, some' ponderously sad expression from cents.' Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, .
/ .
the humorist. *
: Chipley, Fla. New York, sole agents for the United '"
"What an awful thing it Is," Twain Statea.r .' ', ,' -
--- ,
i! I repeated, "to be shut up in a 'place ,
Remember'' the '
where one cannot smoke" name- -and
The Clever Shoe Clerk. take no other. J Give us next order ; ,,
your : < ; ,
At the cost of cousideiable time and ;
"ollrtoallue Is ooatea ______________ \ .
labor ODe high grade shoe house Is '
bound to protect its goods. On a rainy Your Breath is foul. I l we will give you perfect ,

day a woman wearing wet shoes went Headaches come and go. Poo's Short Storfos. '

In .to,1.\buy rubbers., Theclerk measured These symptoms show that your stomachIs tales There are In the best of Poe's brief I satisfaction thus t r- :, I
,/ the trouble. -To remove tbe cause'ls the a constructive skill a commandof
the width and length of her "
first design and a gift of decoration making one of' oli'r !
'I hoes,, removed them and brought a thing!, and Chamberlain's Stomach and rare you .
of the Liver: Tablets will do that. 'asy to take In any literature and almostunknownin .
new pair same'slze to try on. : ) l'
,Visions of a depleted pocketbook caused and most elf@ctlve. Sold byJJty' Urug!:- Store English which Is ever unduly negli > regular; customers. > .i5. .
and S. E. ilcOeachy. 'gent Of form.t,,And no one need won'swiftly .
her to exclaim. "But I don't want .-..-.... thAt_-v _P"._.._.. ....h_.......... ..."....004..__ ...a....."'.."'._.C\A'" J : "I. .'

,new shoes only rubbers! -... out of' our. languages Into : '.' I ..
"I understand said : 1
the clerk! 1 ,
\ tia"dkerohief lI'rencJt'ans; Italian and ,Spanish, Into "i .,,+"
am only slipping these shoes to tit The 'Came From Italy.A \ "
on .
German and ..
Scandinavian and Bohemian ,:, ', ,.. ; ,. I '
the rubbers oven It soils the inside writer In a French review points '
into '
strange tongues where no ;,
of a rubber to slip ,It on over a wet out that.', the handkerchief does' not other American author, except Feni- 1 '. .. 'THE"I I '

shoe. Then if it doesn't fit and the come tows from .China as has been more Cooper had ever before -
customer' doesn't take, it It is spoiled generally believed but from Italy.. It trated. His weird psychologic studies

for the next, customer." Is only j8K) years' ago that the handkerchief have influenced later writers as unlikeas Y \ .
'"And the' outcome of that experience of a Venetian, lady was considered Y
Maupassant and Rlchepln Fltz- .. CHIPLEY BANNER I
was" said the woman, "that 1 a threat curiosity. The handkerchief james O'Brien Robert Louis Steven-

bought the shoes as well as the rub" crossed the Alps and was received eon and Rudyard Cipll: >5g. Ills tales ota ,

bers and bad them sent home c: O. 1) with great favor at the court of mystery solved at last by observation -

Maybe that was ,what he was working:, France. Handkerchiefs were then and deduction\ have been imitated '

for all the time'"New York Sun. made of cambric or lawnand bordered by Dumas and Sardou, by GaborJau Ghipiey 'Fla.I .; ,
with Venetian or Alencon lace. Under ., ;
and Boisgobey, by Wllkle Collins and
"" Why Wast HI. Br. tht Henry III., of France the sachet was Conan Doyle. And Sherlock Holme, L' b-,

;: Teacher Now; Tommy, suppoce ;you introduced. The handkerchief was the only fictitious character to win international I i '\ .

had two apples and you gave another taken into Germany a little later and recognition in the ;final : *' 7*
was known the .
boy his choice of them. Ton would tell ', as "fazelletin after years of the nineteenth century, is .the ,

him to i take the bigger one wouldn'tyou Its Italian name. Only persons of reincarnation of a figure first projectedby

Why?,1;I; Tommy Tommy-=No Cos wouldn't mum. Teacher-be necessary. was quality published used it at, and Dresden an edict Interdicting In 1505 tury.Poe.-Brander :Matthews In Cen .. .. ........ ... G..i

the use of tbe handkerchief among the ,
.-Suburban Life.
:tradlng classes.-LondonjGlobe.Th '

d Diarrhoea,should be cured, without loss Mean Thl'g."Phy1l1lis SAY e .

01 time and by med loins whlcji like clam the meanest kind of a gos O That now is the time to build' that home or business house

.*...berlalo'li Collo Poolers and Diarrhoea Itemedy sip." you have been considering! The present business depression
cot only cures promptly but produces "What makes ;you think so?" e has reduced the price of lumber and building materials; labor $

'r no unpleasant affter eflects. It never falls "Because she never tells ;you anything e I.(cheap aruK plentiful, and y ou can build now for 25 to 50 per

L [and Is pleasant and safe to take 86id b;. herself but gets you'to, tell her We will ,send the Banner f rector ce 1tleaathaDJn. ,

City Drugstore and S, E. MQQeac Yr all !
> you know. t\1e term of this school to .a ( Ingle tnnl nn nrvc tnno
) ----- ----- -- '
1- ervawf viva v. ''V1U aivv. ''
e $
A Poor Plan. .
The Waste of the; WI nd.Eve1'7 'The trouble with ,some men. who To Every White Teacher When you think of lumber orjbullding- material, think of us. 4fe.. '

oe who wants a, cheap motive 'reach' the ,top .Is that: they go right on and the fact that we have Completed a modern up-to-date mlll'Iiiiil

[ force has tried to harness the over and down the) other side.;-Chicago work mill, and can fnraish'everything made of wood used in e a3* i
sills that '
a bulldiDg'from; to comb, and we cant
vlnd. Every child has made a paper Recor -nerald Washington County: "

t |propeller\1' a windmill.. But can It be $ DO ITVQUICIC.. ,;'!' I:

l foald that the possible uses of the wind KICK&JJ BY A :WAD! 11OK3K. Who will send '. news'of >
.. hale" been as arduously Investigated us the Sash Mouldings' Framing Bank e '
fas such amuej Birch of BeetownJ.. bad mo"l Doors Casings M
recently discovered forces as FlooringDrug e +
narrow escape from losinghis their community! each week, or : *" Blinds I ,
\steam and electrIcity and gases? Is It lee see no .. A \ Base' CellingStore f
; doctor could ben I the frightful Frames Finish 0
Mt sore that developed Siding
-? concetvable'that the practical uses every two weeks at least. Fbctures"f ,..;iJ: 1
but nt last
Hucklcn'i Arnica .
!let the wind are underestimated just Salve Z Estimates furnished.
cheerfully i
cured It I Freight paid to !
promptly. Its the greatest healer your station ,
because they are so familiar? mayxwrite if desired. .
of ulcers, burns. boiU, eczema, scalds, outs .Corresppndents on ,(,I'
We cannot help thinking that the corns, cold sores, bruises and plus on earth "

vlnd will be'more -wirlously employedFsorne Try It; 25o at,S. E. HcGeachy's. any subject of general i interest. : 'MAR ANNA MANUFACTURING\ CO. : ? :
day In the !name! way that prob- )

ably the problem of laying under conk d only request is that they refrain ." .e MARIANA, 'FLA. .
Itiibutlon tbe great physical fact of the' es
Sons of Butcher.. '
(tides will be solved. One would think from using the name of anyperson -.. L.oNapr nrAiscB'PHONB. aa.The .
TBreeof, the stained ,
glass windows
; I ,
b '
(that the wind could<< be used ,for elec- J.; o'J

".'' 'trlellighting, yet there Is no practical don In the contain hall of the the portraits Butcher,of Guild Cardinal, Lon' in a way calculated to give ..I ................... .. ,
apparatus for the the -
.| purpose. True
Wolsey William Shakespeare and '
Iwindfla variable and occasionally ab- Daniel Defoe in recognition of 'theirscdnnection I offense.. > -
sent, but as be stored New York World
| electricity can
with the meat trade. .... ( We promptly obuia U r a, nrFw! sCURTJS
[one might suppose that ,this was the '
The cardinal wall the son of a "respectable" Thrlce-a-week .Eedition.
Very case In which variability did not butcher Let us hear .
at -Ipswich in Suf- ;o:-
r particularly matter. London
Spectator folk,_and "the Immortal bard" assisted / The Tnrlce-a' week World hopes to be
,, : .. .. \ ,
-.'-.t -, while a :youngster: a butcher in his native \ lit 1008 a better paper than It haft ever ,

I ,. ,. .r Beyond the Styx. town of Stratford-oq-Avon. From You.. been before, and'.it has made Its arrangements tleu<1 model,.1t.1. ,

"L eUeve you were called the father Defoe nowadays known as the au accordingly. Its news service,covets ireereport or qbrWettatebttoafc For tree book,, '

tti jot your country"" remarked the thor of "Robinson Crusoe," but In his : the entire gjobe, and It reports everything Pat Wto ..n.rre16iA0I-3!lRKS wit : ,

shade 'Bonaparte. "Did you like day'an adventurer and secret agent of We want the News fully\ .promptly and accurately It '!

t the title?" his government, was the- son of a Is the only paper, not a dally, which Is aa
butcher In Fore street and a memberof Rood as a dally and which'will
I did answered the, ,shade of \ :: keep yOU
Washington 'but between you and the guild....National. Provisioner., -.. as completely Informed of what I Is .hap

me I'd bate to be even a ,stepfather to 6O YEARS' pening, throughout tbe world.

I some of' the cities therein today."..:.-Excfcange. An Untamed Rasoal. EXPERIENCE Tbe Thrloe-a week World Is fair }'n Its -pposlte U. S. Patent Office j
"I don't think there la an honest'hairin
) > his head. political reporls. You can get the truth WASHINGTON D. C.
from Its columns whether-you are a Re
HID IICU.t IN "That's right. I believe he'd even publican or Democrat and l ..
THE OZARKS i that I. what "
I cheat'at checkers: I"-: Cleveland Plain want. '
find yet sleepless Hiram Ho'snton of Clay Dealer. \
*Clty/1II., oouibea'and eougbed. He wan In A spe:>lal feature of the T.rlce. week. : L. JONES.s

a the mountains on (he advice of live doctors, Fortunate. TRADC-MAKKDCSION World has always been Ita aerial Action,

who said tie\ bad consumption found DO 'Sailor-Just at that moment my father publishes novels by the best authors In Notary Public jt
Ac. the
world whlcn at
novel In book form Large.
c, i help In the climate and.started bom HelrIn3' received a bullet that cut off both Arran..endina A ikel i>J 1; ;y ol Dr. King's New Ulucoverr he began Ma arms and leg and threw him Into quicklr Invention. ureruiln!_pmhnlily our. nii'antHhta.oi'inlon\ fr..Sommnnloa.tton.M.rletlf.onadoull..I. wnMbar *a. this apiece and Its high standard In

i.', to use It.. "I believe It saved my lire," b.e the sea. Fortunately\ he knew how to ent freo. Ol'faet nponc?.fur HANDBOOK BouuFlnftjMtent on Patent*. ure as respeaa In the will pa be t.v maintained In the luv- ,All" ,business. .entrusted. to '
writes "for I It made a new pian of me, so 1 swim Paris lUre. Patent timan' through Muiia ftto co. r.oel.e Amy '( '.
e.e t.otk:., wif liuul abase.. ,in The Thrlce-a-w World's regular care will have promptattention.
can do good work again. For all lung diseases my
'"', subscription price Is .
pnly l.OQ .
coughs, colds, Ugrlp, asthma croup, Prompt relief la all cases of throafandlung Scientific flmericam per, year Fees
and pail lM
this| for papers. '
,- whooping cough, hay:, fever, heraorrhaae *, trouble It you, sse Chamberlain's A li n ,bourse nets anil quinsy, Its the best !temed Pleasant of .iDMiilantllla I'MirimL Term,$3 0'lft this unequalled newspaper_andThe Baq Can be found at
? known Cough to take, soothing H. Bold Stall .n. t.Ja Post Office
or together for ".
,, remedy. Price 60o( and $t; Trial bottle free and healing In effect. Sold! by City l-Jru& 'Nrr& CaaGtfroadwar r: ,Nbwd York regular subscription one year for '1.6.Thft' !

11' .Ou...., .&...ut T.edbj,, h. E. .MoUeacby." t Store'and' !8.: E. McUeuchy. i ---JkaDcb)11I01t.. G25 r WublDMtOl\o. ,-no C.I : \ persia.12.00. ...,-price of,the, two i .pa.,. Wausau, FIQri c:t ,, .

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i (Prickly Ash, Pi>ke'R-obt and Potassium) .. !
'b A duet between cattle herdera on theMeziefL1'Dlatcwla

., Prompt Powerful Permanent about* avag> anddeadly :

: a manner of fighting* as one !
i.\ IlK beneficial effects Stubborn cases Good routta Wi
could poaglbly Imagine. Each opponent re
are uiually yield to P. P. p. Ia tlng--it cures
,. '. felt. Tery quickly when other fnedi- you to Uy oured extends hla. left arm and a third partywho -
MOM are tnelen has been selected to act as refrree 'e

.1. "'. .G I I binds tholr wrists together with 3 $

; _1'1'f P. P P thong of rawhide. He then places' a ., .. .".. '.
1 .
C O knife In the right hand of each and ::I: ,-'-- -

the fight Is Needless to It does
on. '
I Makes rich, red, pure blood-cleanses the entire say : 9
1_'':_. .;. I (By stem-clears the brain-strengthens digestion and nerves. nest last long. Every stab>may be calculated '
"* I upon to do damage, and It often 30
,; .; A positive specific for Blood Poison and akin diseases. ,
I. happens that both duelists receive fa .,
1"", j. Drlve'out Rheumatism and Stop the Pain; ends Malaria; tal wounds Yet, In spite of the severo 4

1:. ) is a wonderful.tonic and body-builder. Thousands endorse it. rules of the game therearemeo who 1I= .
: "
... -
become experts and terrorize a whole
>k neighborhood. They pride themselves -

[, on being, able to-strike BO qUIckly and ,.. .

Ir Ii. -. ______ ___ ____ _. BO surely that they can kill an oppo?! 4 .. .
I .
'f --- --------- ----- nent with the first blow and get away

Mani Is- a. Failnro Whea-- red in i the west, that there will unscathed.-Exchange.: ......__u.;...." .............-................_____.__.. ..

'" tHe be plenty doing for .... e $
t' has. no confidence- him you. Two Thumbed'Glove '

," self or in his fellowman The getting is good in the In, so cold a- climate as that of Iceland :' ,Just a word Farmers and Fence Builders: :

morning of life when bone and the glove must be, put off or on
p file values success more than as rapidly and
easily as possible so' it
muscle,are bard and head llSr
p character' and'self-respect.: : and ''Is made without fingers, and' In order : Having, made( '' a deal for Ten Car Loads
eve are But the getting .that no time, may be. wasted in distinguishing .

:. If',. file does* not try to, make his gets harder as the .years roll by. between right and left all : of the Best American Steel Wire'Fence we J

1. work a little better each come .
thrust :your band into the first glove
[He tries to rule others'by bullying for you when the other fellows that comes and ybur thumb immediately 0 are position to make you better prices 0

I .: instead. by example. .will do all the getting. You will finds its way.: There are, of : t.
than before.
be course drawbacks In the matter of appearance ever,
out of the running.
{He loves his own plans and interests.more for the dangling Idle thumb *
; ;
q\ than humanlt& Soas you wander along down looks untidy_London Chronicle : :
Be : before wire
( the flower-lined pathway of life, sure you see us buying
iBis friends like blur for what
you;want to always remember The Examination Text Books. !
elsewhere. It
he has more. than for what;he :is.., : : means ;money :
that darkness is coming, when

:He J is so busy: that_.he: ..has it.will,: be'allfired:hard. to make The following is a list of Text &

time'for smiles cheering1 words Books to,be used as the basis, of $
any, headway with the harvest. .I Hdw. C
the examination Chipley 0.-
In' '" for teachers in ,
He.'vaiues; wealtnaWvehealbf' other. "words< you, 'want to .

self-respect and the good opinionof get while the getting is good. Jne. .

there .. Orthography-Hunts' Speller; 20c. ..e.e... ................. .

Reading-Any standard author will

He lets the day go by without A Carlyle View answer. .

making someone happier, _' and Carlyle compared the advance: of the Arithmetic-Milne's Standard; 654:. '
world to the progress of some drunken'man The First ;'National Bank
more .
who rt'f'IIugtrom one side of theatreet Composition- of English

He is so burdened 'by 'his' business to the-other slowly and at the Composition by Huntington; 60c. OFDesignated PJNSACOl.--X" .Pl.-Zt. ,a

that finds time for expense, of much wasted effort finally English Grammar..-Lawton B. Evans -' .
ne no
Depositary of the United State -
arrives at his destination 40c. ; "
rest and recreation- ;
Cutting. PhysiologY-Primer of Sanitation, Oldest tend Largest Bank In West Florida. '

He becomes so absorbed. in his Maud-Mr. Brownleigh tries to flirt by Ritchie; SOc. oa.o-.ANI.ZED: : : ;srcrx/Tr: 10. xeso.

work that be cannot see that life with every pretty girl he ees. Ethel- Florida History-Brevard" 'and Ben .

is I'reMer'tban \\jorlr.\ TVe Been him try to flirt with yon too. nett's; 60c. Capital Half Million Dollars. .'r; .

Beaton Transcript U., S. History -Fieltt's_ Grummar Surplus and Undivided Froflts, .IOO,OOO. '

He does not care what happens School; $U"v >. .
Interest Paid In Saving Department at Rate of 4 per cent. per Annum.
his his friends OVN .
to or
neighbors School at Home. Geography-R a t u r a.l ,

sd 1 Hong as he'is prosperous.- :" School, FloridaV.2"," ,$1.25.Agrlculturtfvljr THe F lt-st Bank
... Let the Carver School teach you bymail !ra* for Southern

tr f the.Art of Photography. Schools; tom.y Of PBN8ACOt.AI.;

Have Yon Seen 'It?. : ;' r are seeking a profession that P .."' '" "Tphy' -Moray Sim- W. K. B..... Ja.. President. W. S. KBrsfen.. Vlco-Pres
is overcrowded and that is : W. J.FORBBS. Cashier. Twos. W. BURNT Aut. Cuhlar. W. N. ROBBRXO. A.... Coshler
not one remunerative -
A motto,you will see, bang-ing ... .er Directors:-F. C. Brent W. A. Blount, W.S. Keywr. Wmr K. Knowlw. W. K.Hyer. J
respectable and ,/nment For all grades W. J. Forbes Knowlea Hver. Thau W. Brent.
on .the wall treads
you are adyj* ,1 .School Civics; $1; Tocom'sof
something. like this: t'3 ,' phy-r> :todOVet"DmeDt Florida and the

"Get<<: wbilg the getting'! good." you. ... Ited States; $1.AlgebraMilne's. High-Class Saw Mill MachineryWe

' Lots to that; 'young man.: It I If you'are" amateur, photographerand High School; $1. carry at our new warehouse.

means you. You may not seethe wish to make better pictures at a Theory and Practice-For alt grades 408 and 412 East Bay St., a large

I lower cost-ot Wish tobecome a professional School*and Class Management, Vol. II stock of Portable and Stationary
point today but in
you -Let the Carver School teach Administration and Hygiehe.! by Ar- .t ;Engine;,Locomotive and Horizontal '

our tomorrows. It means that Vou. nold; $1. I,, Return Flue Boilers; Saw-MUH,

while you are young' and husky, If you are,a professional and wishto 1 Planers, Edgers, Saws, Belting

and the sun is high in the heavens produce work that will be a pleas- NOTICEFirst --- ,; and Mill Supplies;'also engine ands '

.. pre to,your customers and a creditto saw-mill repairs. Walso handle the
you want to get; busy and Judicial l Circuit of I you Let'the' Carver School teach Circuit Court of Washington County. celebrated line of Hustler Saw Mills.
prepare for the rainy day. It Consolidated Naval Stores and Erie Engines and Boilers. This Makes the best Saw Mill outfit on earth.
means that you should not stand. you.The Carver School of Practical Photography Company, a Coprporatlon.vs.. Get our prices before b ving. We can save you money. A postal will bringour

around on.tbe street smoking,a offers twenty cemplete, practical J. W. Illniooi B. F. Land Traveler. Write for illustrated catalog covering your requirements.

pipe and, I loatinj:.away' the 1.golden afld1nezpenslvecourses covering An.tle1'Clarissa-' :.Land Braitcn his, wife Bur-, '. JVlolafoy IVic' oHIttey Co. .

ti hours. It means that in the sum- 'all rariches> of l photographic work. rem Braxton her< husband 4O8 bb 412 E. Hay St. Jacksonville, Pl rlda.
Write for full information, it is Annie Luclle I Forehand
mer time of youth is! when the npw Thomas W. Griffith and Long DI.tance Telephone No. 674' > ,
free and places you under no obliga Levla Griffith, hla wife. .
harvest occurs, and you want ,to tions. Address. The defendants .Tnomas W. Griffith

be,4io hand to gather "jn the The. Carver ,School off and Levla Griffith, h's wife are hereby
required to appear to the Died In this CoIleg
sheaves. It means that if you"atirffa Practical PHotography case on the 2Uth day of April A. D. 1911. ,
This order to be published once week,
tlmev before the Bun is' LocK .Box SQt Waterloo, Iowa. four consecutive weeks. In the Chipley DeFuniak Fla.

Banner I a,weekly h l.._.newspaper_ __....._,published FI__Ida at Springs, .'
as n IUUIIVT /' '
Board Public Fla. Chli4Vltness; mv b'd and the seal oi"this A Christian school for boys and girls. Attendance larger than ever
Report of instruction of Washington i County, "
Court this 30th day of March, A. D. 1911. .
.-*---- (Signed/ ) W. C. LOCKBT, before. Strong corps of teachers. Large and well equipped school build
For Month Ending March 31, 1911. Copy 1 Clerk: of the Circuit Court logs. TWo\ dormitories. Good board.: ,Careful oversight. Expenses: mod-'

Date. No, War. To whom paid, ,' .f* r 4 Amount.. { Heal: of > of Washington: County: erate. Gymnasium; Tennis and other out door exercises. "**.
j .
March, 1 To amount eae" on hand brOuifht'forwardfl .f "J003, D3 ( Coort.1I'lorlda. ,
4 ". 0 1100 R W Vaa Brunt and teachers at ChlDley. .k ..$ 450 tX) __-? BV U.: A. UzMn I tt.clerk. Feb. fo'
Term 2nd. ,
' 6 lioi T O and teachers at 8t.! Andrew.,! ..Q2*> oo Spring Begins. ,;
1' 6 1103 Hilda Melvin. teacblng at Pt Washington! .. 40 OOI ( \
'I ,6 1103 I1lT Mathews .adteacbers at M/IIvllle./ .. .. .. 2800( A splendid time for pupils io enter. Will be admitted to any classes
': "*ft1104: Hens Wllll .teaching. -alThompUJns.*. ,... .. .. M oo for which they are prepared. By entering now time will be savedIn
'' 6 1105' vVTHorneteaching-! 'Bonnet Pond.. ..... ... 3J 00 J D J. J ONES. Mould
8, llOtt T. Gainer teacher at Sulphur aDVIDga..3: 5 W education. We call'special} attention! td the tad that classes taghtby
", 6 1107 f JR Pumphrey and ast. at 00 the.regular Academy faculty are being started to accommodate 7th and
' M. 8 1108 A B Nelson and agst. at Plney Hlft... .. .. .. 80 00 Rttorney-At-Uaw, students
B 1109 Fred Chesnut. teaching at Holmes Creek .. .. 3% 00 8th grade thus by this special attention entering now they couldbe
11110" AraM Fay. teaching at Allanton .... .... .. .. 3000J8 tJUIPhEY.LA". prepared for, the academy next year.
ill! _j 0 U.rrell. teaching at Murfee....... .... ... 30 00 For further information and catalogue, address,
6. 1112. Perla Corbln teaching at Grand Lagoon: .. .. so oo
a. .. .. 30 00 COOK&McRAB"AUorne".at
11113 Tesfcle Carmichael, teaching Plneloff
6 111 Bessie Bowen, teaching at Whlteoak. ...... 3000 Rev. Lynn R. Walker, President
.'* 6. 1115 DavldUllbcr'-t.eachlnllatCypre8s... ..... ..,.. 30 00. Law
.. '*: .6 1116 AnKusMay.-teacblniratDnsMn .. .. .. ..:. ...... 30 00 -WOWct are Cfclplcr. Stall Bad. Prof.. 0. 0. Fisher: Principal. ,
.,,8--: 1117 DACorley..teaching atst Luke.. .. .... ........ 3000
"' '61118. OA\! .. <11500
6' ,.1119 0 H Corlev teaching at Pine Island.. ... .... .. 8J 00 Careful attantloa given all matter entrust,
. .
-.5 1120 T C McNeli teaching at McNeil. 2 nno8........ MOO tenD,care.
'S 8. 1121 Cathern Roulbae. teaching at Lllljr [Hill...... 2S! OO for responsible time and ffre-tetted. lanrance
,8 1223 I A Auderson teachlngat Pi Wanhlngton: .. .. 3O (X) comoanle*.
8 : 1123Patience Ronlhac. teaching at sylvaola....... 35 00' I : Neat PrintiiigrCreates
'* '' ft1)34! : Esther Miller teaching LakeRtley. ...... .. MOO ;
'a ,8J,1135: .Chipley Hdw Co. stove pine for Piney Hill! .... 825 .
it ... .. 2006j"ll37 r R. F. SCARLETT
,' 6 1126 Chlplev Banner printing February report.
,', .. W F! Rnssv oer dIem and mileage.... .. .. ... ..... 00 f a good impression
w ,. 6i 1128 B F Gainer salary.Hupt: .... .. .. ..'. .. .. .... .. 102 S51 .
,&;:'.,1129 B F Carter, per diem andmileage.-59? Notary Public.Real .
s 'e ..... .. 44 among ,correspondentsand
3-b 1130 II B Tiller, eommi"' lon treasurer.. : 52 ens' your ;
ttv"H31; Malsflla Alien teaching at Brttts still... ..:.. 25 00
k" 8'' 1133: J D 2nd ...... 30 00 Estate Handled.
Barrels teaching at -Marfee, mo to business
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31 : amI. W B Gainer, polla of 1910,. .... .... 55 ,
.. 31I"7Tjr.. : TTo aIDt'W B Gainer, tas of 1010.'. .. .. .:.... .. : 37593 ,OffJc "-'Iftf"f'.Uo..1 Ba k.
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] 'P-ersonal. [ The Florida Pesbytery of the II Town Topics. IT ,' "'...;_;l.i
Presbvterian church, which held The ,,:r./i: ',,:
C. B. Dunn was real sick a few its session here last week, adopted The house fly is a nuisance. > ;"

days.last week. ,>; 'I, .?-, the following resolution before' The 'banks observed Good Fridays Bank; f J JU :'
I National
Joe Howell of the. :Valley, was the meeting adjourned: a holiday. First ,

in town Friday.W. I RESOLNED; That the Presby- ,,'
District conference of the M. ".' "
tery, by rising vote, expresses, :' of Chipley. .
A. Sessoms Banifay. was E. church was in session here
thanks and hearty appreciationto ,'' ,"" ,*
in town Monday. Monday. I : '.. ,
the pastor and people of Chip- CAPITAL, $50,000.00 :';,J..:;,"'tj! ..
L. L. Charles was over from l ley for their most cordial and The'usual array of new "duds"was \ .. ,, ',

Caryyille Monday. hospitable entertainment while on exhibition Sunday-;;-Easter SURPLUS, $20,000.00Appreciation. .,, :.;,, :,.:l",
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ki Attorney L. D. McRae visited, in their midst, and that we pray you know. ,.., ,"'.. "..1;"": K':.

v Bonifay Saturday. God's richest blessing upon them Every citizen can "afford to 1 *.PI' 11 I 'T,:,:
and that this the ,!'l 'I .J,
be published in cents
spend two or three May.lst 4 )Ii
W. A. McRae of Marianna.. was '
local and read from the from Its,
here Friday morning.C. papers sending.out post cards. This Bank values the business it receives !i"
pulpit. '

C. Olive of Marianna, was a .' _- -+- --- We ext'end thanks to Senator customers and takes every opportunity ,of telling,. .
visitor here Cook and.Reprefeentative McKenzie > -
Saturday. John Sturrock of St. Andrew, them so. Our customers on the other hand appreciate
: for-copies of the senate and '
Rev. W. D. Owens of Sodam, spent a few days here last week house Journals. the'fact that the service extended to them''

spent Saturday in town.T. attending the meeting of the 1Other k '
towns around us are coupled with security. Any business arrangement
Florida .
A. Leighton of Geneva, Ala. Presbytery.Dr. .
having cleaning-up days, ort proc-' must be mutually satisfactory,
to be permanent .
spent Friday in Chipley. .. O. B. Tiller of Campbell- lamation their ,
of mayor; why i ican't :. '
ton was' here again this week. and profitable. Therefore, in selecting -,
R. F. Davis and son were busi Chipley have a day set aside i .'"

.' ness visitors here Friday. He had the misfortun'e''to' lose a for cleaning' Up? How about it, your bank, have permanency" in view' \. ; ',".
fine horse Sunday night. ; ***"
/- Dr. Blackshear of Dothan, was Mayor Wells. and establish yourself for your ;.' ;:

a visitor in the city yesterday. C. E. Tharp and' wite are the Mrs. S. A. Alford, one of ,the '".,.,,.JI ';;.i-I.t,
t and future well- :
{ of another present -
proud girl
possesors ; J *
contestants; in the Pensacola Ev-
B. E. Hutchison of Noma, was !
.. in the city a short...while Friday. their the little home lady Easter having morning.arrived at :ening, News voting contset, weunderstand. being with a good :r?: :

_ ,,has splendid chanceto sound band.
County Commissioner S. L.
Sheriff Allen made a trip to win the automobile, which is
Davis yisitor here Monda '
was a
Georgia this week after the negro the first prize. We hope she may .

/J./TO' Bowen spent.a few >daywvlaatXveek. who murdered Mr. Mays and his ,be successful.The ..e,.e..e..ene..ene..e..e..e............
I fishing on Cedar cree / bookkeeper on Westbay last fall. '
W. O. W. will have an unveiling -

F. M., Russ of near Vernon, Representative C. L. Reddickof ceremony /at .Kynesville County Solicitor A. D. Carmi- A little son of Mr. anjl Mrs. A.

was one of the visitors here Sat- Holmes county, passed thru cemetery on the .Fifth Sunday in chael, as usual], was very success- L. Wells has been quite sick for

.\.",. urday. {' town Friday evening enroute to April, dedicating monuments tome'm'ory ful in County Court last week. some days, but we understand he

.. .. /W. F. Finch of the Gap Pon hIS home to spend the week-end. of T. L. L.. Gilbert and He secured twenty-three convic is some better now.

:''. / Lessie Gilber, All Woodmen. tions. I
/neighborhood was trading her Miss Callie Heirtzv was calledto J. J. Barrow of the Sexton sec
Saturday. and the public generally is in .
Marianna Monday I
morning to vited. Mrs. Berta Blake gave her Sun. tion was in town Friday, having
... Joel Sapp and daughter were inc be'with her sister Mrs. Wynn,
day school class an Easter egg brought here for shipment to'
from Oak Hill and spent the day who was seriously ill, having bad. We are told:by expert! that insanity hunt Monday' afternoon. After Pensacola something. over 400

Saturday.John a stroke of paralysis Sunday. in this country is increas-
the little tots had. gathered up! gophers. We understood he was

Neel of Westville,. State John Taylor, who has been located ing fast as our popula- the eggs, they were served with' to receive $4.50 per: dozen for

;j r convict at Southport for some time, tion. Then in'a few years we ice cream. themOp9O9999QQOQQ9QQ9OQO9QQQ9OQO99999O99O9QQQQOOOQ99Q9QO. ';
inspector in town
should be nothing but a.swarm- ,-...-L'\,.....'.
yesterday;. spent some days here-this and
,;.) last week visiting with .home- ing bunch of idiots. Aren't you 'v'
A. J. Combe representing:' the glad youtliving when the
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folks. He left today for Atlanta, /1 ...:
Pensacola Evening News was in is
percentage so small?
where he will S
,' town Tuesday.Mr. probably cate. How to be
i .6. This IS the time when the citi- Happy

and Mrs. Meadows of We Get after the fly and don't stop zenship of Washington'county ll :

wahitchka, are 'visiting-: friends until he is ousted. and-all West Florida should "

;(' here this week. together with a strong and @1l D G... 11.Marrled. .-
The price of naval stores
J products
; Judge Hutchison dy pull in order to sbow '
,, was.up from -
have "swunk. Fix
t\ .Vernon and spent the week-end world just what We have and can r- up a nice, comfortable home. I
i: % How 'about a good live ball team do. The result will '
,<:.. with his family. be ,sucpris- select the
...',,. :for Chipley this summer. ing if every one wilUfall: into line. girl of your choice, always '.
Prof. A. C. Palmer
returned '
vii .' '. Sunday from a short business We can do your job printing, County Solicity A. D. Carmi- be pleasant and curteous, and purchase !

do it now it right. chael is candidate for
1 trip to Mobile. Ala.. a appoint- yourStaple

... ; What are doing for yourself ment as 'State's Attorney when
J.: A. A. Myers and wife and Miss you -
I, Georgia i Fryer made an auto trill and family and your neIghbors the,new Circuit is created Mr.Carmichael's and Fancy Groceries

to Marianna Monday. in the'way of fighting flies? experience as Coun-
i;:: '"' ty prosecuting, attorney wouldbe FROM.-
t .
; p ,. y. S. Craven of Gulfport, Miss Ten million dollars for good
) a valuable asset to him in'case
:;; '. as the guest of 'friends here A roads, says Angle, representativein he should succed in ,winning the W. W. HARVEYFREE
the legislature from Poll Co.
/;{ -- or two this week.
I' appointment. He is in every way

r' Mrs. W. C. Lockey and" Miss "Winter lingers in the lag of competent and would make. a DELIVERY. *

\ Sallie Hemphill were Vernon spring," says the poet, but sum- good man for the place.

visitors here Monday. mer will come in the lapse of cccceccececeeeceeoeocececececcccccceeocoecccccceeeo,

time.It .
County Treasurer H. B. Tiller .. -

'. was up from the county site and is said that more fertilizers -

...' \\' spent a while Monday. have been sold this season than

Walker Gainer visited his sister ever before' in the history of the Going like Hot Cakes atDUNNCOLEMAN
State. We take it; of course, 4
Miss Panama City,
that this means better preparation '
a day or two last week.
better cultivation and that ,
A. D..Campbell and W. O.Butler better results will ,likely follow. .

Jr. made an auto trip to such fertilization if the seasons : ;

Graceville Friday afternoon. are favorable. .r'i ;: : : : day this week.

W. O. Wells and wife of Alford Under the direction of Miss Ice'Crearn1Freezers, II "

spent Sunday and Monday here Annie Judson, the pupils of the
'I -. the guest of relatives and friends Screen Doors and Windows.
public school will give a recital ..

.. County Surveyor Thomas Collins Friday evening, April 21st, pro- Rubber Hose; ,

of Gary ville,Jias. been doing ceeds to go to the' School Libra- Fishing Tackle and Trammel Nets. '.. .,I.,- "', .

surveying in Chipley this week. ry' fund. ( An admission of 25c '::<, : '
and 3Sc will be charged.: You'are Screen wire and Poultry : t. { '
y/ .
Mrs. Dr. Mitchell of St. Andrew : ::, >
cordially invited to attend I ,
was the'guest of Mrs. A. Galvanized Tubs and Buckets. / ,
a, .,' J. Triskett several days last and thus help, this l t\1dableca.use .,:"- ; :, "
Illuminum :
and.Eneamel'ware.' r'Farm
week. L. D. McRaerof the law firm of ;.) .

*,40 -. Uncle Alex Mathias came !in Cook & McRae, we understand, Implements. < .

tF ',., { ; from the homestead at Oak Hill is a candidate for, State's Attorney Buggies. Wagons. Harness. :" .:;t'

: : and mingled with friends here ,of the new Circuit to be' cre ':
.: .; Saturday. ated. While Mr. McRae is youngin Everything else in Hardware line. _
y:::; T. J. Watts returned few dav'- the legal profession, we learn
I : :' he has the endorsement of Come to see us and make our store
t> .o. ._ ago from a trip through Alabama.Georgia many ... headqunrters whin in
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f : the
,. of the officers and attorneys We guarantee ey.
: >. and North and South every transaction with .
J.+ ; us will be
:, in the counties composingthe satisfacto
'.-r:, \t.' \ Carolina.
.t'1o'H:.:;r proposed new cirtuit, and no .
,''l R. C. Horne and'wife, Mrs.Joi'7 no doubt if he is handed the posi- ': ; I" ; ;' :" Dunn=Coleman

')! -', sie Daniel, Mrs..S. A. Alford and tion by Governor Gilchrist, he Co.

:-1 Mr. Ennis left Tuesday morning will make good and be a credit to r A. G. MCQUAGGE ;

for Bayou George' 'on... a few days himself and his\ friends as State General Manager.

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