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Place of Publication:
Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
April 27, 1911


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Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Chipley
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“The town that was built on a railroad,” Chipley is the seat of Washington County, located inland in Florida’s Panhandle, just south of the Alabama state line. First known as Orange, this small West Florida community was founded in 1882 in anticipation of the arrival of a railroad that would connect the farming area with markets in Pensacola and Tallahassee and in neighboring Alabama and Georgia. Shortly after the line was completed, Orange was renamed Chipley in honor of William D. Chipley, vice-president of the Pensacola and Atlantic Railroad, a notable figure in the political and economic history of the area and an aggressive lobbyist for railroad land grants. The town’s first newspaper, the Intelligencer, edited by J.C. Langley, also began in 1882. The Intelligencer was renamed the Chipley Banner in 1893 and published under this name until 1943, when it merged with the Washington County News.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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HEADS R HEADS Miss Ovida Cox visited friendsat dition. Will take $200 for outfit: such excellent advice. in pa'rticujajthat' my dental office -

ENVELOPES Geneva, Ala.,,last week. Two yoke ot the oxen will girt (% Mrs. .Housekeeper-and this willtbe closed.from May 1st
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) f CIRCULARS PAMPHLETS'I : FRED: BUSH-& SONS, caution against sickness this DR. R E. ILLER.,

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residence across the street from. .. will not suffice to depend upon When you want Laces and 'Em-
Mrs. Whitaker's.. .Just received the neighbors to do it. They broidery .the best place] to get it
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Entered 'at the pwtoffic at ChlpUy.Fla.. as G. herEe : \ time with something entirely new to anything '
second daM mall matter.SUBSCRIPTION. ness d.tlesd.I" > '
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RATIOS: ? : n'e s .. ""'' ''
__ A lot o(well assorted .
.. OMH TEAR,.M-V trip .t ; ;:,, .
TUBES MONTHS.,...:.. Dr. Brunson made, a'businesstrip ',

II tdvertlstniratalurniabedonappltcatlona to Chfpley Thursday. .... > '..., ',"lu'all sizes!! from a s'mall' door, mat. to'" an art square
,. Uncle .Ransom Peeel of Brad- .' ..!J !. ... :' -. :':._'::r-_ 9x12 feet Prices range from 35c up. .J 1
Communication* on Jive topics, eeQe- ford in town Saturday. '
solicited!. HIs was '
cially of local Interest, ere '
understood, however, that the publish- .., We bave also received few-nice, comfortable {
Grubbs mingling "
of TUB BANNER will not be responsiblefor C. A. was :: : >
opinions expressed by correspondents.TTE with friends here Tuesday / \: < Porch 'Rockers..

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and correspondent at every poavofflce! and shopping here Thursday. .'. .... -: The price.on> these rocker are marked low down
In the county, and'will make liberal ar .
rangements with the rUrt parties._ .:;, '. ., still, they are high! in quality, : "
Charley Pussell of Duncan was ":: '
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THURBDA.Y. April'37. p911.L ,a business;.i caller here Friday. A new: lot of those 'hobby and justly famous

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-'=- J. F. Wachob of the Whiteoak "Sterling" Brand Suits, in Mohair:: '

The Democratic party doesn't section was in town Thursday.Dr ... ..
have to about conservation goods, as well asa splendid line of Boys and Youths _
of Presidential timber nowadays. Grace of Aycock made a I .. : ,' clothes. All at prices that merit custom.,:. _

.. a. professional. call here Monday. "
-, See our display of TIES and STRAW HATS.
j Progressive Republicans will Glad to note there are only a

few more of us to have Roseola. dress Shirts and "CROSSETT.
... tight reciprocity, but a canvass. ,! SMNOXALL"\ .-
of.Senators shows a clear majority Rev. M. E. Grant has had a > ._." Shoes adorn our shelves; a fresh assortment just j

for it.Suppose phone placed in the Parsonage. ': received. See these lines before buying elsewhere '
R "a,trade is sure when. you see them.
/ Cary C. Carter was among the .
: Bryan;Roosevelt and "
business callers here Thursday. >, "
:1". Taft, should be made Commis- / .
Mrs. Maggie BDsJi! of Vernon, & Dekle
.... sioners to govern America; Campbell CompanyTIGGERS. .
wouldn't they make tbine'sb.Qwl? jva yJBJting, friends and relatives

.. .- here Saturday.J. .

: If the, Democrats succeed in D. McKeithen of the Valley,

forcing the Canadian reciprocity was crossing palms with friends ..

treaty through there i is,,no .doubt here Tuesday. .
that the Republicans. jvill pclaikn. C.'A. Grubbs snd Z. C. Jones Fountain Fla., Apr* tZ4, 1911. .
the crenit. "
.. attended a W. O. W. meeting at To the editor of the Banner and t'Wash-DayGoods.

Duncan Friday night. utber.folk8 what read -the. Ban
Limiting the Congressional Re-
ner. I want to tell :you.folks sum-
cord to printing what is said and Frank Enzor a turpentine operator
; thin about sum things that's goinon When things are put through the wash
done in Congress would be .an. : ,of Sexton, was transacting.; -
down here. you can tell what they are.My .
.honest reform, not to mentionthe business here Monday.
Mr; Steal has, got a mity good Goods has Stood the Test for. 27 Years.
moner'spent for compositionand
Dr. Coleman of Chipley and Dr
samil down here and it helps the
paoer that would be. ved: Miller of Vernon here r keep witlf the new things and ,
-. were professionally peeple out in a heap of ways; and up }

I Wednesday. then the terpentine hits a good I'bold fast to'the good old ones.When'you.
An exchange says: )JTlaen the
Uncle Ben returned Saturday thing fur to hep, keep the wolf need wash-
tariff i is ,the tied :
settled, .? trusts; :.
.... and the Panama canal built and", ,from Jacksonville where he went outen the dore. But them things day" goods, I Keep them
'the Sueerintendent's aint nothin by the side uv our
to attend I for '
fortified nothing but real war, you.
f' meeting. ". Tigers; we boast uv as fine tigersas '
... can save some statesmen,, : If9fJ' can be, growed enywburs in \\1ijI 111111111 My stock of Hardware,

becoming hum-drum house-keep. ? Dr. Rrjrt son had a good force this state: ur uther" state. 11111 IiIlll-\NIIIlII Ranges, Stoves Sash and -
era. of hands working on his new drug Doors Coffins and Caskets ; y 4
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Saturday it will be
bline tigers but ourn aint; tha Guns and Aminunrtion -
A bill was introduced. the completed. *..i .f
i can see how tu shute holes in the ;
legislature a few days ago providing Dynamite, Crockery
Uncle W. T. Jeffries came skule hous, and make men an h', '
for the election of lieutenant Enamel
a :: II IF Glass ware, .ware
down Sunday to see his daughter boys kuss an talk big an make a
governor, who would assume Sewing Machines, Paints
Miss Ida, who was quite sick lot meetin is
the duties of that office incase uv fus while goin on
the die. We with Measles. a fiddlin an rich like, an do a lots Oil Jap-a-Lac, Farming

believe the__governor_ bill should should_ OaRS John J. Tiller returned Saturday I I uv uther good things.what church I y Utensils, Picture F, ia11.;

I .. .. --c-- :: atternoon: frpm a fishing trip folks cant do. ... (made to order) anc

The Democratic House caucus on Pinelog. John says they were 'Now )\' -jest wanted you folks Last but not least,

., :'has resolved to pass the 'Canadi not hungry this time.. to kno about our fine tigers' but Fishing Tackle that's "fit for fishing

., an reciprocity and.a bill placingon 1 thar's sum,folks we'doot want to ,
.: We are to.learn that Mrs
,, sorry kno uv'em; thars that feller Car- ira I will be pleased to serve you.
: the free list the foligwingarti ,
MfiKeltfeei the
Callie ) of Valley,
dies: Agricultural implements, has suffered a relapse from herrecent I mikul, we dont keer bout sich as YOURS TRULY, : ;

,,. dressed meats and meat produces illness. him to kno' bout it fur tha tell me
severe ;d HORNE.1wfSf
flour rough lumber boots, shoes near hes a medley an sumtimes medela C.

wire fencing, cotton bagging- cot- Mrs. Laura McKeithen' with things that don't con- _

ton ties, salt and burlap. Vernon: spent a few days here I: sern him;an I hay hurd uv Ole g

m 1 last week with Mrs. M. E. Grant George. Hutson' a doln uv the sam

f Last year Canada bought goods :I who has been real sick. : thing. We've got good peeple .
,. In the United states to the value I We are glad to note that Mrs. here, tba dont medel with folks ">,',' ;w s' S f

fi: of 223501809. Our purchasesin M. E. Grant and little' Willard whats tenden to theer own biz-

; Canrda amounted to $104,199673. ,- Horne who were quite sick the ness. Yes sum peeple kicks; BAY, HEAD INN

.. Both countries taxed this past week is improving. thars Dutch Robison, he kicks,
E. M..NEWMAN, Proprietor.
the but what dose kickin mount to I
.1 trade heavily at customhouses. ,
Mrs. Adams Alabama mother -
; ,'es. reciprocity agreement in.. when ft dont hit; you kno, Dutch .I Bay sad, Flor3da.
of Mrs. M.. E. Grant came
now under consideration is an attempt never hits enythingr me an our
with her ; of the Tourist
the past, week to be dont keer how much'Tje Mecca Angler* Sportsmaw)

to apply ordinary mercantile daughter during her illness. kicks tigers ; .. > ..........."...........I...I.
to the commercial ,
sagacity t //t : : ?
intercourse of two neighboring : '. We are informed that the brick Well the'Po 'O. is moved, it used Rates Per Day j Newley Furnished ) Find Boating :;_

nations, both of whom have punished : has been shipped for the pillars to be.the fust ho.use'in townan'nowits'tge $1.00 and $1.50 [ Good Table; | and ;B.athin I

themselves and each other : under the M. E. church here;the I I : las{. I

.' by high taxes long enough.It I shingles and part of the lumberare I Well if our tigers keeps on .

on the groued and the con- prosperin I'lL,write.agin,. it tha ,"ti'" :;'. -tb

.is not generally knowon oven tract to build,the house has been dont well I'dnot. no. C(3 '
in Florida, that it was a Floridian let; so it seems now that we. are I .. .. '.":'
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Bay Street
,' ''who first invented the soon to have a new and commodious -
process The "good, ' of manufacturing artificial Methodist church. ,
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icola., To perpetuate his 5 or 6 do.ea of "666" will cure any. .going out nearly every day; it is in; Florida for saw mills and,,
.,t- memory case.ot Chills and Fever. Price 2Sc. somuch; easier to cultivate (?j .a pl ning -mills. .... '
for untold
in history blessings
",',, crop with fishing: rod than with'a
'.'- ings his invention has given to Fresh.Pure Food Groceries is hoe. EARQUHAR MACHINERY
weeding .
, ':'r /' .," > the world, resolution was introduced my. specialty.--W. W. Harvey.. 'has been built" far 57 years;

ii ".' in the legislature last week Get Chi-Namel from from R. C. We understand that the case more built today than any oth-, .

i":'.. .. .to appropriate $10,000 for a statue Horne;. it's better than -);'ac of Wals'ingham who was convicted er. Let us tell you why.

Ii .' of Dr. Garrie to be placed in '-1 1i of murder, in the second degree Send for catalog and price.A. %, .1;.,, ',".

;t ,.' .the halt of fame at Washington i When you need a buggy or. at the last term of circuit e.;1 r"r-, 'L,d,..
i wagon go to Dunn-Coleman. Co. to court, has been reversed by a decision -

r. ,',. '. '.,"or";.'OJ.'::.*The' ,:"":' ,;P'resolution:,. .,.* should. pass. get It. tl handed down by the supreme G. McQuagge, A D. CA RMICHAEL.

Butterick Delinerator of Fashions court last week on the fiN
'h .4 : : When'Ipou ,tart fishing'go by Notary Public Attorney Law.WbColleotlo'na

') R. C.:, orhe'8'and get jour tackle for sale at the Misses' Rich- ground that. the testimony did. ". a specialty "

1 ..\_ that's fit'fotffishing.' ardson's. not. j justify the vevdict.. '. State at Large.. '."., -. Chipley Ala
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The following unique recipe for THE SODTDIfKN LIFE+ AND ACCHTMarianna.

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Church, South.-Preaehlaa and directions for making the III,tt {urrmttoo C7alt>dlpnny, _
3rd Sunday at 11 a. m.ali_ p.m.1UIams cake you must refer to the Bible In ,
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with. It may; be added that by carefully I
ffr Meeting Thursday nights. following the directions you will to take Cardul,, writes Mat. Florida.

ng Men'a prayer Invited say be able to make a most delicious cuke tie L. Bishop of Wavcrlj\ '
i B, Everybody cordially -the very best thins for a Sunday afternoon Va., "and for his sake 1 a- Invites your attention to'it. New Line Policies,. as embodying the maili |g|

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a cups Kings bottle better.
Sunday. Rev. GolIler.pMtor.
f> cheap contract but safe and conservative and backed by home capital.-
ath School 10 a. m., F. O. Hawk, 22; half pound Judges v, 23; two cups "Before" taking Cardul 1

rjnteneent vet Meeting. Wednesday nights./ Jeremiah vi, 20: two .ups Nalium 111.J2 suffered miserably every ... W. H. MILTON Px-etaiditrit. 6 .'

: ; two cups I Samuel xxx, 12; two month and had to go" to DirectOrS* JE- Gammon John Milton, W.B. Watson- A. Baltzell.
cups Numbers "xvll, 8; two teaspoonfuls bed until it wore off but i j. B. Bitwks. J. M. Dillon.' [R. Lewis. John Milton, III. i.

Postofflee Directory I Samuel xiv, 25to; taste 11 now I am all C.'CC'CCCCCoccC' OCCCI oeeocoecCtiCe oeecseco
v Office hours 7:30 a.m. to 7op.( r m.;, e>l. Chrqnlcles Ix, 0; six Jeremiah xvlt 11; .

..eptLSundays.fEastbound!: one and. a half cups Judges iv, 10; E50 --.-.

mall Closes at 10:20: .aan. tvm teaspoonfuls Amos Iv, 5; one ptnoli fbUI If it is Machinery you want. we have It, Wtite
Vest-bound' mall closes at CIO p.m.v.Ia Leviticus II, 131; directions, Proverbs

)I from Vernon arrlvea.ah1Q. a. m* XXttl,. 14;'bake one and a half to two Take us for catalogue, prices and terms.
End loaves on arrival of,the east bound
nail.I hours. Baking powder may be used

Sunday hours: J1-.3Q m., to 12:90 pi m:, instead of ;yeast or leaven, as It ia dv1AISBY COMPANY \ '

i Orders Issued at all hours ,when termed in the Bible.A :
Money The
Tonic 41 South
office. Is open, except Sundays.J Forsyth St., JTLANTAjGA..
Talleyrand used tell an extraordinary You.'know Cardul wilt We sell the following well-known goods:' American
; of help you, because it has (tench &:: Dromgold Oeiser "Peerless." a id Smith, Myers & SChnlerSawllsin
oarClabbln: Uet. story of the Impassiveness
,. helped others who all sizes and capacities; Erie City, Gilsei" "Peerless, and Houston,
BANNER: and 'Semi-weekly Atlanta Louis XVIII. When, he was minister were f t-. wood'iS Ortnble! Cnr:incs and- Boilers l-f all sizes; Chanoner, and PerkiitsU
:;.Journal, per year: 'L75. ot foreign affairs a courier chide to in the same fix as you. :; AUcliift.iy! \ ; UaicfiAs: Let'Crs.t..rLtMiii3; "Peerless" Threshers,
:. BANNER and Thrice.a-week New York htm. one evening bearing unpleasantnews It is not only a medicine m" Steam feeds and various other Machinery Repairs, and Mill Supplies.
World, per year, $1.68. and be therefore postponed the for sick women buta 1, v. ,.ri\i 1' yc.; : '.u b< ol ;".i.ic'iino.-y: ort the market and at the sorties
communication of U to the king till tonic for weak .:ve you mon!y.V.J: h311.1 blanch:! house
BANNKR!: and Seml-weekly'Tlme8-Un- that women. .._, --.. ... ......--.....-.
nand Citizen, per year, $1,50. next morning, when be explained Being made from mild

BANNER and' Home and Farm, per year he was afraid the tidings might have gentle/ vegetable Ingredients

$ I II I disturbed his majesty's disturbs sleep. The? it is perfectly harmless UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA., i Florida State College For Women
king replied: "Nothing my
and has
sleep, as ;you may;
General Directory.STATE stance. The most dreadful 'blow of after-effects. Superior Bat Inexpensive Institution for 'College; of Art and Sciences Normal School.ScIiXxil .
my; life was my; brother's death. The Cardui can bo relied Florida Young'Men. .of Munic.School u( Art. School of Ezpre-
ion. of Home Econol lca.
,OFFICIALS, : council! who brought this dreadful upon to help you. Four college. agricultural experiment statlont First School clans equipment throughout.- Tuition

Governor-Alter Qllchrlst. news arrived at 8 o'clock In the event Try it today.At ant.University Gaper extension.cent Increase 46 profeasom in attendance and mwlRt-last free. Other expenses very low. For information N
address, /
Secretary of State-: D. Clay .Crawford. insf. For many hours I was quite all druggists.Atlas cataloirue year. Attractive address, buildings A.A.MUIPRREEPrerld..t.! and carr.pun. For t EDWARD CONRADI' trttUtmi. ;'tOw

Attorney GeneralPark! Trammel) overcome, but at, midnight I went "to r .

'. E. MeLln. bed..,and slept my usual eight hours."' ; DEKL- -m f..
Com. Agriculture : I
The story is told bv 'the Duchesse de W. H. MILTON, L. 'F. M. GOGSON.. /

Treasurer-Wm V Knott. .Dhuv Talleyrand's niece, In her 'memoirs. President Vice-President Cashier. .

Supt. Public, Instruction-W. Jt Hollo- and His Load. i
Strictly; speaking"atlas" Is a misnomer '
way. I for a map book, since It was First National Bank.MARI2NNA' ,
Comptroller O. CroomrSupreme Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets .
not the world, but the heavens, that
Court-Thoa.II. Shack leford, assist nature In driving all impurities
the "atlas" of :Mercator
mythology upheld. F'LA:
Chief Justice: M. H. Mabrr,-Cler*., out of tbe system, insuring a free and regular .
the famous Dutch geographer,
condition and restoring the organs of '
Railroad Oommlssfon, Hudson Burr. who made globes for Emperor Charles "
the body to health and etreegth; 'Sold l by Capital. $50,000.00;
Chairman; R. C. Dunn Clerk. V. of Germany, was the first to"use
City Drug ?tore and 8. E. McGeachy.A .
Judge first judicial circuit-JO Emmett' \ the name lu this connection, Choosing Solicits Account of Banks, Corporations, FtTJis: and Individuals.'
it convenient and In some sort an .
as a
Wolfe Fensacola. :
Our hi the business enables offer
twenty years experience banking us. to
State Solicitor; first Judicial circuit-J. Great Cannibal Feast. appropriate title, because Atlas, the you the best banking facilities of any bank in West Florida.- We also have a

Walter Kehoe.., t Probably the biggest cannibal i demigod figures with a world upon his fully equipped Savings Department in which we pay irtereat on deposits. Accounts .
orgy I shoulders as u frontispiece of some. I by mail handled as easily as by personal interview. '
record; to of which Miss Beatrice :
on one
I early. works on ceoirrarihv.: : Send ua'your business.
u. s. LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS. Orltnshaw: tells'In "The New Atlas It.w- with
I ,. said, made war : F. M. COI.SON, Cashier.
U. S. Chubb, Register Oalueevllle.Fla.Shields Guinea -In IBM a shipload of China other Titans upon Zeus and, being .. .. .
men was being,taken,down to Australia I /.
conquered was condemned. to bear
Warren, Recelver; Galne8vijle! ,
., Tbe J Teaser was wrecked upon aneh1oll. I heaven upon his bead and hands. Later Advise /
.- to Rossel island New Guinea Phymdan .
tradition represented him as a man
escaped In but
C Vernon. were never afterward heard of. As : changed by means of Medusa's head the use of a goodUtXatlve; W keep the' bdwe IsZ.5f! *.t;_orevent the poisons of undigested '
Clerk-W. Lockey
Circuit i I't
Into a mountain, upon which rested food from gettinginto your-sys II1.' s. ,:
'County Judge--L. Bochlaoo\'ernoD..: .. .;ctChlnamenv; numbering 328, the heaven and all its stars. The latest product of science, VELVO Laxative Liver,Syrup, purely vegetable gentle, 9'
Sheriff-C. O. Allen, Chipley. natives captured them and put them reliable and of a pleasant aromatio taste Velvo acts
v In any case, Atlas was always i associated on the liver as well as-on the
A\ .Treasurer-H, B. Tiber- Vernon. onamal}" barren island, where they with A heavy; burden strongly; stomach and bowels. andIs of the greatest possible efficacy In constipation Indigestion

.rax Aassssor-J. J. William Chlpley. food and -no means of getting borne. Thus Shakespeare: makes War- biliousness, sick headache, feverishness, cctlc.flatulence, etc. Try 1 .

'ax Collector-:;W. S. Gainer JCconlina.Supt. !: .. away.' They, kept. their prisoners eup- wick say to Gloucester: :

.. Public Instruction:: F Gainer, piled with food from the mainland Thou art no Allan.for ao groat a weigrht.I ILAXATIVE
Yausau. n and every now and then carried awaya
I It Is not difficult to see bow by an
supervisor of *BeBlswatIon .- J. W.... few of them to eat until all but one
of ideas this came to be
Gainer, Econfina,'" old man had been devoured. This one ,I associations!
chosen as the name for a book
County Solicitor A. D. Carmichael succeeded eventually ia getting away of
ious VC. U
which and exhibits
'Cb-Iplf:. 1.':'""I"j.,,7i and'''told something of tha story,-which maps the whole upholds world. LIVER SYRUPHere's
County Surveyor-1'hos.Vollina, C'ary Menu to have met with general disbelief. i 1
) True it'is, however, on tbe evidence -
\ vlleFa.! of the sons of those who did the I.* Every family and especially those who

County COD1mJ toner d.d N reside in the country should be provided at
;J/M.SmmoniiChalrnian! ,.Vernon! I t all times with a' bottle of ()Chamberlain's

ti>)N B'I. : Th. Burglar's Pr.y.... Liniment. is no telling when it maybe a (. UJ Slogan fora

'DJF IibChIPJe'I' SUr Herbert Rlsley, speaking of the .wanted in case ot un accident or .emergency -
Jt It.p : ,castes,of eastern Bengal at a meeting ,' Ills'most excellent In all cases of l .

.7.)TH11;: tower;.Vernon.,. of:.the Royal Anthropological institute ,rheumatism, sprains and bruises. Sold by Bigger and, 'J&etter Business

SchOOCptrr'f" aid a curious system of religious wor- City -Drug Store and H. E.McGeacby.No ..

G.Pl: ;'Ottiaerr7SLAedrew.l! .. .IlUl,, I awl> prevailed'among a caste who were ........4.l'. ....."....... -

S,.V.: : professional burglars. They; made aspaceLin

W:,!II' ::1i II ;Vernop.CHI'hID the ground, and a man then Whiskers on Hisses Food. DON'T BLOCK THEi WAY! e .
Two colored porters) paused',to rest ,
.,- I cut'' his- arm and prayed to one of the
/ > CrtJf 0 'FIClALS earth"gods that there might be a dark,I, a moment on their mops In a down-
town office building recently. "Boy," Move. as fast as the procession move out. Take the'
Mayor.....u1l S4ena night and that he might succeed in obtaining :
Marginal:"' 1t+.Jlri.rrlor( ture.-London; great Standard.booty and escape cap. paid ever one eat, mushrat smacking?"his"Mushrat lips, "did you returned pace of the company you are in or make way, !for tbe mah

TreaaarergW. W. Cook.
Uerk and "
the other. "No; I never eat behind .
Council AiDlCannlchael? chairman, ,
mushrat. The fancy sea foodI
C. B. DtJQ,,JlUlMo: &achy, ,C. E/Tharp NEVER' OUT or WORK any only '
.fussed with was lobster.
ever new .
W. O.; Ilutlel. ..l.".t.... '.- *The busiest! little things- ever mad lireDryKing&Pew :Mew York World. Don't stand .in the way of ideas. Don't: pause in the1'
Life Pills. Every pill Is a
path of better system. settle down on the ladder of
sugar ceated globule: of health, that changes Puzzled. .
weakness Into strength laogor into en v succesS: Don't be barnacle the of .
"Mother (at lunch)-Yes, darling, a on ship progress.Change'means :
Tnner'hP ergY.braJD fag into mental power cuilntr( these little sardines are sometimes '
obnstlpatlon headache,. chills, dyspepsia, '.
eaten by; the larger flsh. (aged
: Progress 'means advancement
malaria. Only 20o at S. E. :McOeacby'B.Careful progress.
five)-But, mamma, how do they get
the cans-open?-London Ideas.

Ffa.u Advancement means movement. MOVE!
of Hi. Gun. .
In one of the.malt mountain towns The;Truth.: '

Stands foe the of of Kentucky lived Dan, a half nit, 'Truth It",* a?' clear.., AS a bell," quotedthe" DON'T BLOCK THE WAY!

with.whom the.boys often went huntIng wise guy.; _
? On one of these trips Dan and the "Yes, bat It iSA't: always tolled," addtlthe .

young man with him were between. simple mug.-Philadelphia Rec. .

IfrWain two hills when a rabbit Jumped up lu ord. "
county: front of them and ran up the hill toDaD' '. CityI
", right. The other fellow fcoln:; Not Serious. II ( '

'I''X on Dan's left did not wish tti take the "1 hear there Are" grave. charges .... .

._ torlda., ; chance of shooting at the rabbit for against Senator Jinks." .write for our oonOdential letter before ap. Barber f: .:w
.,.. ,.,";\; fear of an accident so he said "Therehe "What aro they?" r lying fop patentllt U.mar ti. and be worth Foreign moneyjvia "

goes,Dank Shoot him, shoot him!, "The sexton'a bills: .

iUb 'ion, ,. $lPer_ Year. But Dan.simply stood still and watched PATENTS'Ep Shop. :: "

the rabbit disappear over tbe hill, Your labor ouly'may; be sold; your and_ ,
and his partner wanted to know why pouf! must net Jlniskm.K.AVKD TIRE!: tlJ
f or.J photo and -we send an IMMEDIATE No
makedftcfA' he didn't shoot After a moment's sNlence FREE report on patenteblutv. vve give] Waiting.
We he answered, talking through his IllS MFE.Four the beat legal service and advioa, and our
{ charges are moderate. Try: us.
3 Barbers
"Ita ., doctors hAdghen me up WritesMrs. :
nose: "Did ;you take me for a fool
Neat think 1 was going tostrain my Laura Oa'nes of AVOC&; La, and my SWIFT & CO.,,

I gun shooting uphill?"Judge. children and all my friends were looking Patont-JLavryoi, Everything Up-to-Now..
l tfstlcCommercial "I for me to die when my sen insisted that 1 Opp.U.S. Patent O Washington D.C. ...

Before and After. use Electric Ultt re. \ .did .JW. and they Share ... ... Pu.. ISc.

Printing l'encU.ton-.What are-the two great- didmeaworldorgood. I always praise Haircutting, ..... .. ZSc.
wlahea-of a medical student? them.' Ulccrrlc !titters fa u priceless bl4lla. JEST'AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AID> CHILD. Shampoo .'. ._. .... 25c.Massacre .
.Kef er
: -alT. Ina to women troubledwith falfitlnff and ..........'BoO'l'H..O'8YRVI has been I ._. . ... 2c."
It.up. What are they? FondletbnTo used for over SIXTY YEARS bY' MILLIONS of Hair Singe, . .. 25c.
pat-"Dr." before his own name dizzy spells, bHtfe'uchc,heudaoh-. weakness I MOTHERS (or their CHILDREN WHILH .
1TiBaflner debility; iioontlputioo fit kidney and. "Dr. afterthe. names of other SOOTHES tine CHILD. SOFTENS the GUM We Solicit Your
'- .e them und gain, sowhealth, utrer.gth ALLAYS PAIN| CURBS WIND COLIC, end .
and' 1 Ia the beet remedy for UXAKRHCBA. It U ab-
.t I vigor. They're icuaranteed.tttiftfy olutely harmless. Be sure and ask: for "Mrs. Very Respectfully.W. ,
Trouble teach men l w much or,ntouey refunded. Only fOe at H. K. Mot .Wimlow's Sooth to f 8yrap. sad take no other ,
>Iey, Fla. there ia in manhood.-Beechar, Qeaehy Uad. Twentyave cents a bottle., D' Peters, Propr.

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What To Do A Modern Shlpwr ok. OVERTAXED. *) oo t

In an account of the wreck of theailing -----* 1 "

-FORSickly ship Carnarvon Bay on King Hndreds of Cbipley. Readers r
island, Australia, it Is related that "'
: Know What It Meads.
Children when the vessel struck the captain '
'. calmly took a cigar from his pocket, The kidneys are.overtaxed.Have JOB'PRINTING

Letters from Mothers"I bit the end off and lit It before order- to much to do.

wish I could induce Ing the boats to be launched. Even I They tell about it in many aches and
every this display of lack of fear did not entirely > $
mother, who has a delicate, sickly I prevent some degree of panic paina ;
child to delicious Cod Liver Backache .Ideache, headache. ;
try your among the men, however, and seven -
and Iron Tonic VINOL. It re- menpushed off in the port lifeboat, Early symptoms of kidney ills, ,

stored our little daughter to health leaving twenty-two to scramble Into Urinary troubles, diabetes, BiighVs\ .

and strength after everything else the starboard boat In spite of the disease follows. ,..
had faiIed.-rMRs.: C. W. STOMP, captain's orders the men in the port The statement below show you "a .,, -.,,.' u.' .

Canton, Ohio. boat refused to come alongside, and ,certain cure. .. .. /.! .. ''.\
', .
Mrs. F. P. Skonnard, of Minneapolis those in the starboard boat shouted J., C, Prescott Ninth St., DeFunlak "" -tr!'. ,,.>r./r.r{

Minn., writes, -'I want to that If they did not put off the masts i Springs, Fla. says: "About a year ,
J would fall on them. Instead of hurrying Creates good impression :- : :.::.r t :
.. recommend VINOL to every mother the strolled to ago ;1 was ao miserable a th result of c' ; "i ; .' .
who has a weak or sickly child. to the boat captain I my kidney trouble that I could scarce- : :' .
his cabin and collected his papers.I among'your' correspondents /: :
little and ly attend to my work. My whole 'systenr
My boy was sickly, pale, I
After he bad entered the boat ':
had appetite for'two I seemed be run down and I was and helps ( /Si : '
/to years. transferred five men to the port boat .
tried: different medicines and doc and made for Tasmania, 100 miles I' never free from a dull, dragging pain .'

tors without benefit, but thanks td away. He and the mates steered In across the small ot my back. The kidney to give your business '. i '. :':"*. '

VINOL, he is a well and healthy turn while the men balled with empty ,secretions passed, too frequentlyand :.......

boy to-day." biscuit tins, and forty-eight hours later were painful, when being avoided. prestige. .

C. Allen, of New Bedford, Mass., both boats reached land.-Chicago A,friend advised me to try Doan's Kid b.-- ,',

wri es,'''Mytwo punychildrengainedrapidly News. ney Pills and I procured a box. They '

in flesh and strength a very proved to be just the medicine I required ..t- l .
The Thimble.Abouf .
short time after taking VINOL.We ." and I used only two boxes before I
200 years ago a London goldsmith
positively know VINOL will called Trotting made and presented was cured. I have not bad symptomof We Do Neat Printing -

build up little ones and make them to the lady of his heaft on,her Kidney trouble since then and I,

healthy, strong and robust. Try' birthday anniversary a thimbleof therefore believe wy cure to be a per -1 } _

one bottle, and if you are not satis- gold, beautifully ornamented and. manent one." At Reasonable Prices. ;

fied, we will return your money.S. chasedaccompanied by a note which For sale by all dealers. Price 50 .
Introduced the little contraption as atoken
E. McGeachy. Druggist, of my humble esteem which cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, .
fair and New York, sole. agents for the United '" .....
Chipley Fla. shall protect those delicate .
.. Industrious fingers from prick and States. / .' "
scar of needle head." That was the Remember the name-Doan's-and

A "Fast" Train. origin of the thimble. take no other I Give us your next order.
? "Speaking of railroads," said the .
truthful man, "the ultimate word. In Your tongue is coated. -M and we will give you per e -'

my experience, was a certain 'limited' Your breath ia foul. Rosa Bonh.<*r'* Humbls-Lovsr..
on which I traveled last summer. Ata Headaches come and go. When asked wily she bad never mar. 'fect satisfaction thus- :

point where we were making our These symptoms show that your stomach Tied Rosa Bonbeur always answered: I.
greatest peed a man stood at the side Is the trouble. To remove the cause Is the "Nobody ever fell In love with me. I making you one of our
of the track with a moving picture drat thing, and Chamberlain's Stomach and have never been' truly loved." More
machine. I leaned out of the window Liver Tablets will do that. Easy to take than one man, however,really worshiped regular customers. I ,

and called to him, 'How are you get. I and most effective. Sold by City Krug store her. But she Inspired such-deep respect ,. ,
,. 'ting on? and U.: E. McOeuehy. that no man seems to have dared -
7 ;' "He stopped turning the crank and to reveal his feelings to her. There Is .... I a.A
-- 4O .
with an expression of deep disgust "
poke a curious example of this .fact, taken f' ,
,. : ., An Eccentric Bishop, from the humble walks of life. On.I. ,; ." .
'It don't seem to be no use he Bishop Wilson of Calcutta had as several occasions Rosa Bonbeur bad '. '

Mid. 'Hold your head still, please. I housekeeper a venerable lady who re done service for a workingman who THEciiIP1LEV
want to get a time exposure. "-Ev- membered the duel between Sir Philip throughout his life spent his savings .. -
erybody's. Francis and Warren IIastings on Aug. In buying engravings of her prlnclpul

Rooky Road to a Title. 17, 1780.: On entering the cathedral .on pictures and photographs of herself. ':-
"Does Marie expect to marry the a Sunday morning, fully robed, lawn His simple dwelling was a temple to BANNER -
count?" sleeves and all, and passing the pew her kindness.! lIe described himselfas .
There three where the old lady sat he Would pause "the earthworm In love with atar. .. .
"Not immediately. are .
question to be settled first." and give her the "kiss of peace"beforeall ." The person here referred to-
"What are they" the congregation, and this'although E. A. Bautray of Clermont-Ferrand- Chipley Fla.
"He must prove that he Is a count. he had met her at breakfastHis tells me that Rosa Bonheur once asked .
"Well, that would settle It, wouldn't sermons, too,were racy. Preaching him why he Wall not married, and be iJ
itr *"* against dishonesty, especially In replied by asking her the same ques 11 .

"No. He must also prove that be horseflesh, as one of the great English tion. Here was her answer: "Well, OC"XXX Y1: OG-X oOoeC o *X -. .
Isn't married." fallings In India,'he went on, "Nor are sir, it is not because I am an enemy C} ,
\' "Welir we, servants of the altar, free from of marriage, but I assure you that I
"Then he must prove that he-wants yielding to this temptation." Pointing have never had time tai consider the

to marry Marie."-Cleveland Plain to.the occupant of the reading desk be- subject."-: "Reminiscences of Rosa ....G. .o ... ..G.

peeler,. low him: "There Is my dear and ven- Bonheur." e l
erable brother, the archdeacon, down '
Diarrhoea thould be cored without loss there. He is- an instance of it He : DO YOU KNOW -:'.

ot time and by a medicine which like Cham once sold me a horse. It was unsound.
4i jf.berlain'sColla Dholera and Diarrhoea Remedy 'I was a stranger, and be took me SAY! e That now is the time to build that home or business house

i, \, pot onlv cures promptly but products In." you have been considering? The present business depression. .
'no unpleasant sifter effects.. It never'falls e, has reduced the price of lumber and building materials; labor e
take. Fate of a Duoh.... ... is cheap and plentiful, and you can build now .for 25 to 50 per 4I"lI." ..
and Is pleasant and to by We have had excellent morals drawn cent less than in ,
and E. MoGeachy. We will send the Banner free for
City Drug Store 8. from substantial' .
? waist of the Venus -

of Milo for the admonition of the the term of this school to JUNE, 1907,' OR JUNE, 1908. ':
fashionable woman. But what can
The Measure. we say about the Duchesse de Maza- ": !
When you think of lumber or&bullding material, think of us
t i t The ancient Judge sat before the riD, who (O. Duval tells us In "::I bad. To Every White Teacher and the fact that we have completed a modern up-to-date mill- ; '
; i scales of worth. ows of Old Paris") "died in 1775 from 0 work mill, and can furnish everything made of wood used in w:$
,"Bring forth the royal treasure! he tight lacing although she had posedfor a building from sills! to comb, and that we can '', ,;'
1 cried and the hurrying slaves poured a statue of Venus?" In Washington CountyWho ; $

.. .1' Into the huge pan sacks of golden DO IT QUICK. ;$
.> metal, caskets of sparkling gems until ..
It seemed as If all of the wealth of KICKED BY A. J\tAD.nOnSI!:. will send 'us the news of S Sash Mouldings Framing Bank .:,&
".. "
Samuel Birch of Beetown,W is. bad most Door. CasingsFlooring Drug.
earth were there. Yet the balance .. >,.
their community each week, or Blinds. Base .
Ceiling Store
never stirred. narrow escape from losing his lee;, lIa no
be add- doctor oould heal the frightful sore that developed Frames Finish Siding Fixtures.: :.
"Let the learning of the ages every two weeks at least. .
.d." came the order, and tons upon ,but at last Bucklen't Arnica Salve Estimates,cheerfully,. furnished. Freight paid to your station -. ,, '!
., tons of the Wisdom of sages, philosophers cured It promptly. Its tbe greatest healer Correspondents may write on If desired. .
ol ulcers, burns, bolls, eczema, scalds, cuts :
,' scientists and poets was heaped
the And still the great arm corns, cold sores!, bruises and pllzs on earth : : ::
't" .; of Upon the scales pile.remained high in air. Try It; 25o at 8. B, JIcGeuchy's.. any subject, of general, Interest. MARIANNA MANUFACTURING\ CO., ;

'-;' "Add now the men of power and Our only request is that they refrain g MARIA.IXINA,' FLA. ": !
high noaltlon." said the Indite "and ,

., tbe... scale will -fall." But all, in vain. A Matter. of Looks. from using the name of any s LONG DI8TAMCB PHONE, Big. .':1.
;' ;". outweighs But what all Is'these on ?the" asked other oqe.side that" ways First keep Boarding my hoarders House Keeper6 longer than aU person. in I a way, calculated' to give .........................Q

,. ,'. fIt \is character," said the Judge. you do. Second Boarding House Keeper -

,I. 'C'' ?f>rt- ..-. .. -Oh, I don't know I You keep them offense. The New York World
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: so thin that they look longer than they We promptly obuin U.a. and P'ore1gnOpposite
j,' Had an Attachment. '
) really are.-Boston Record. Thrice-a-week Eedition.
?: Agent-Madam, have you a piano? Let us Hear __
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"! Housewife-Yes. Agent-I am selling
He Got His. The Tbrlce-a week World hopes to be d
r. attachment which I am sure-
Ocraldlne-You haven't been to 'see lu 1908 a better-paper Chap It has ever
}. Housewife-We have one. Agent-
since asked father for From You. been before and It has made
I ., Housewlfe- SheriJTi. me you my Its arrangements ; -
; What 'make is lt? S2.Il moie'ltltoec'1' or tote invention ice
-, Cleveland Leader, hand. Gerald-No;, this is the first' accordingly.I ; Its news service COY 1 y. Jfor free bookMARKS
..t';,. time I've been able'to get about.-Hu ers the entire globe, and It reports every Flowow Patents to 8txure nA .nIn -! V rite
man Life. thing fully promptly and accurately. It
... _. Th Ssorot of H.alth. We want the News
r: the best is the only paper not a dally, which Is as
j A physician Informs us that
All. Alike. Rood; as dally, and which will keep TOO.
Is to well.
" for sickness keep
cure The following entry appears In the ... as completely Informed of what Is hap
.: Some way or other this had long been "Visitors' book'" of a hotel In Germany 6O YEARS' pening throughout: the world. Bs
: suspected, and it ,1s a joy to have it : 'The living here Is good, plain and EXPERIENCE The Thrice-a week World Is fair In Its U. S. Patent Office

w confirmed by expert authortty.Phila'y substantial. So Is the waitress." political reports. You can get the truth WASHINGTON D. C..

'" delphia Inquirer. His Punishment. from Its columns.whether you are a Re- I

t' IN TiLE \Vhat makes you 'so late "' publican or Democrat, and that Is what I r
;. ;; HiD "I had words with the' teacher. you. want. ,

f; Q P'and yet sleepless Hiram scranton of Clay "Indeed I I A ape lal feature of the Thrlce-a-weck' CURTIS L. JONES
r, "".CIts111, coughed and coughed He was In "Yes; I couldn't spell them."-LJp- TRACK MARKS World has always been its serial fiction

:. .. tbe mountains on the advice of five doctors, plncott's. DESIGNS publishes novels by the best authors In Notary Public '
t: Y r.." who said"be had consumption,but found DO COPY RIGHTS .0.Aartwle..eding the world, noves which In book form tell State at Laree.'
ibe'p In the climate and started home. Hear Fanolng. S ikclrh and dcwirtptlmi..wh.ther m MInTentlon .y for $1.60 apiece and Its high standard In .

.. '.' Ing of pro King's Hew Discovery be began Mother-I jest got a letter from quickly..u>i 'f to usa *U "I believe It saved my life," be BJphralm sayln as bow he's took up tent'r".. UI...., ."ener fur xxiurinsjp t nt.. as to the past. '.M A,t- .. f
I. 1 fendn In college. Father-Ball, atone r.t.nts Ukmi ft co.7.0.1,1gecMi The Tbrlce-a-week W rld', 'nay care will have my promptp'
: '. writes "for It made a new man of me, so fwMe,wll *,la the regular .
'!\ can do good work again. For all lung dls- or barb Cornell Widow. Scientific Jlmcrtcn subscription price Is only 1.00 per year attention.Fees reasonable.Can ,-9.- .

::..-"easco;'eougbs, cold., lagrlp, asthma croup, Prompt relief In all'oaaes of throat and .... and this pay for 156 papers. We offer ",::-.....
wbooplag cough,bal fever hemorrhage, long trouble if you ace Chamberlain's eolation A bandmmely o( ny I1tr"frale4 icUntldo wtekly. Tersest-.TO..*a a thin unequalled newspaper and The Ban be found at Post.Office. ,
.. .' boaraeneas aid quinsy... tbe best known Cough Remedy. Pleasant to take, soothing i T ri fnnrmontli*.*!. :.N.w( er together for one year for tt.65. -The n ., I. -..." :,_"\/L. .
( ...medY-PrI BOo sod $1. Trial bottle free and healing tn. effect. Sold by City .)rug regular subscription price of the two papers 'V"
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I Guaranteed b1. 8,B. McOtaoby Store,\ and S. E. McUeacby., ,- r WubID.tOD Is S3.00. Wausau, Florida
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(Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium) the law seem! unjust .. "
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Prompt Powerful Permanent hended." said a Judge. "Tiilce the case

Iti beneficial effects Stubborn COMI Good results are I of the wouinn prisoner before Sir Ed- Wire' P'ence.'
: "( 'f p are usually yield to P. 1'. P. lasting-It cures ward Coke. This womnu nppenrpd .1 i iD

.,. felt very quickly when are useleM medicines you to stay cured court sternly with: her bat on. The Judge said '

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': a Makes rich, red, pure blood-cleanses the entire "To this the woman replied: ------'' ----. ,. '9
,,:, eyitem-clears the brain-strengthens digestion and nerves. ". 'It seems singular/; that I tuny wear ) 1, \ : \ -I- '

.: 1 aPodSc'for Blood Poison and skin diseases. my bat in the presence: of God. but -.J-... + 31)
4 Ddv'es not lu the presence of tual\/. 8 (II T -
+' out Rheumatism and Stops the Pain; ends Malaria; "And she would appear, in ber legal r \ L-B... 24
'. j ...' is a wonderful tonic and body-builder. Thousands endorse it. Ignorance, to have got the better of S. ''I \

; F. V. UPPMAN SAVANNAH, GA. retorted the argument until Sir -Edward Coke l'' -"Z("---4-----\--' j- .

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,'% Jabs for the Fpolkiller.jGeorge Not in FJorida. investigating! known to truth-aAd.therefore the court must nee lu I ,.....,........ ,- ".... ._iI"" '......... ..-- .. .... .....'--..10..._--_.__,,__ ,_

all obstacles put aside. AccordinglyIt E)
Washington couldn't What is supposed to be the is fltting that the ujiaoner's hat be

''.+ tell a lie. I can, but won't. deepest hole in the ground in the removed and with it the- shadow that : Just a word Farmers and Fence Builders: 2: '
.IV it casts on her face.""
advice to fool is like world is at Czuchow in Silesia
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,, giving' : medicine to a dead man. Germany. It is 7,348 feet deep The Early Drum. : Having made a deal' for Ten Car Loads
and seventeen inches in diemeter Drums are probably an astern idea
f, :* il would heap rather be a selt- at the top and a little] less than I introduced by the crusaders into Eu ': of the Best American Steel Wire Fence, we f?
made man. than a' tailormadedude. 'rope. They are frequently mentionedin stj?
two inches at the botton. The accounts of the first crusade. When
e N experiments, made demonstrate Edward III. of England and his are .in position' to make you better prices' 0

Many a quiet borne wedding is queen made triumphal entry Into Calais (@
that the temperature of the earth In 1347 "tambours" were among : than ever,before. 0
followed' by a noisy public di- '
one degree-in each section the Instruments which were played t>

vorce. of 58 feet.The'Exainination. In their, honor. Another' of these was z Be sure you see us before buying wire 0
If called a "nacalre" or kettledrum, taken -
can't keep friends ,
you your -
together with its name, from .the '
without -let them : elsewhere. It saved. :
\ \ lyingto them Text Books. Arabs. The poet Chaucer also men means money
go., tioned this Instrument in his descrlp-
The following is a list of TextBooks .tton of the tournament in "The 0 e
The funniest thing: about a big' Knight's Tale." The king generally
to"be used as the basis of of these bandsmen' : Chipley Hdw. Co. :
mania that he is apt'to have a little ... kept a troop or
evernotice' .. the examination for teachers.. felnstrels in his employ, and we read
wife; it. $
Jne. that Edward II. on one occasion gavea "

Any fool can tell a he, but; it Orthography ts' Speller 20c. sum of GO shillings/ to Roger, the .........................Q
; trumpeter; Janlno, the nakerer and
takes slick rascal'to -
a pretty Reading-Any standard author .will others for their performances. An-
make a lie sound lik3 the truth. answer. other minstrel was called the "cbe-

.. ".'f"*"'' Arithmetic-Mi1n Standard 6Sc. :yeretter," or player on the bagpipe. The First :National Bank
The. market report says. eggs ; ,
'.:I.I.: '" :.. ,.... ..... ..h Comooaltion-..Elements of English u_ .__ ,
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1 veeggs if. i/cu" ISn b 11. AUUUJT luai I "Beautiful at a Dachshund.It : UF PT,119RCOLIL:. FL I,
drop so without break- Composition, by Huntington; 60c. is in the drawing rooms of the
.. JtnKllsbGrammar""Lawton' B. Ev- German diplomats and their friends De.lgnated Depo.itary or tbe United State..
ins i ,, .
that meet occasionally the long hair '
ans'; 40c. you
.. ed aesthetic masculine beings whom .Oldest and Largest Bank In 'West Florida.
The old saying that "it is nev- ,
: Physiology-Primer of Sanitation,
in Oa.GANJ.ZEJD:: : : :TVXir o. a.eao.
you have- perhaps noticed skating -
erjtop'late to to amend" is- what by Ritchie; SOC. the Tlergarten with their long..coats t '

makes so many folks keep putting Florida History-Brevard' and Ben: flapping In the breeze, or hunched overa Capital Half Million. ,, Collars.Burplu ,

,r' it'off. nett's; 60c. journal at Bauer's-artists and writ. and Undivided p'rotltn, 91OO.OOO.

!**:: U. S. History-Field'* Grammar eta whose names everyone knows, and .. .
;The man with a new idea is a School; $1. there are dozens of young army officers Interest Paid in Saving Department at Rate of 4 per cent.. per Annum. ; .. :' .:

crank, or a fool': until the :idea GeographyRedway'a Natural their cheeks scarred with the "
wounds of t lkWagner' The First National Bank
School, Florida Edition; $1.25. many: -duel They '
succeeds and then be ts "
the f- I
and Schopenhauer with serious -
Agriculture-Duggar's for Southern OP ,PQNSACbL '
I whole cheese. i.,-""'lI. ,- Schools7Sc.PhysicalGeographyMurat'. appreciation, and In the midst of
the waltz as'they are spinning frauleln W. K. Hvnit JM.. President. W.S. KBVSBII. Vlce-Prw
The biegest.millionaire club in SIIIond'8I'25. \- W. J. FORBBM. Cashier. THOU. W. HBNT; AssU Cnahler.: W. N. ROBBKTS A.... Cashier
- .. giddily'around 'and around like an animated DIreclori:-F. C. Brent. W. A. Blount. W.S. Keywr. Wm. H. Know lea. W. K. Hyer. J
_. -this, country is the one that.meetsin top.'you may overbear them .- '_W; J. Forbes. Knowla Hv r. Tho W. Brent_'
Civil Covernment..For all grad s.Boyntoq's ,
whispering In her ear, "You are as
the north end of the capital at *
School Civics $1 Yocum'sCivil
; ; I beautiful as a dachshund." \

Washington Government Florida and" the It Is their-supreme' compliment. High-Class Saw Mill. Machinery' '
I United States; $1.AlgebraMllne's'High. lineator.
The difference betweet'atxttstand School; Si. .. ..1 We carry at our new warehouse,

\ a combiners the same as Theory and Practice -For all grades .403 and 412 East Bay. St., a large
NOTICEFirst stock of Portable and Stationary
that between a long'nd a bundleof School and Class Management II
Judicial Circuit of Florida, Engines;Locomotive and Horizontal
sticks. Administration'and Hygiene, by Arnold
Circuit Court of Washington County.
L.1 Return Flue Boilers; Saw-Mills,
; $1. Consolidated Naval Stores' t y .fl Planers, Edgers, Saws, Beltingand .
One of old
our proverbs says: Company a Coprporatlon.vs. 'e
+ ? a Mill Supplies;; also.engine and
"Curiosity once killed a cat. School at Home. J. W. Hinson, II. F. Land, + saw-mill repairs. Walso handle the
Now wonder what it was theRcat Clarissa Land. his wife a
celebrated line of Hustler Saw Mills
An.ile Kil: Uraxton Bur
wanted to know. Let the Carver School teach you by resR Braxton, her husband, and Erie Engines and Boilers. This makes the best Saw Mill outfit on earth. .
mail the Art of PhotographyIf > Annie Lucile Forehand Get our prices before buying. We A will
Thomas W. Griffith and can save you money. postal bringour.
If it wasn't for the political you'are.seeking a profession' that' LevlaAlrlffiUh, his .wtfe. Traveler. Write for illustrated catalog\ c verlng-your requirements. .

boss the voters would be put tothe'tro'uble 'Is not overcrowded and one that is re- The .defendants Tnomas W. Griffith /VlalstoyVlaeMfttei+ Co .
muneratlvfe.treapectable: \ pleasantyou and Levia Griffith, h's wife are hereby y
|- anc inconvenience' of are advised to take up photography -: required to appear to the bill tiled In this 408 Q 412 E. hay St. Jack Ot1vlUc,', Florida.
CaRl on the 29th day of April, A. D. 19j 1.
doing their own tbinldng. I Long Dlotance TolepHotlO'IVo., B74WPalmar : ...
-E:>et the Carver School teach This order to be published once week,
four consecutive weeks, In tbe Chipley
Your enemy says mean things you. Banner, a weekly newspaper published at
If you are an amateur photographerand Chi pley, Washington county, Florida., '
about you, and your friend totes wish'to'make better pictures at a Witness, mv band and the seal or this College
Court this 80th day of March A, D. 1911. ,
the, .news to you. Now, which lower cost, or wish to become a professional -- (Signed) W. C. LocKBr, '

\ has done you the most harm. -Let the Carver !9choof" teach ( Copy ) Clerk of tbe Circuit Conrt : DeFuniak Springs Fla; .
{ Seal of > of Washington (County ,
you. i l Court. ) Florida. y
Some men are so etingy that If you are a professional and wish'( ----- Bv S. A. IlEMHinix. AChristian school for boys and girls. Attendance larger than ever-

'they would, rather die than pay tb produce work that will be a pleasure Deputy Clerk. before. Strong corps of teachers. Large and well equipped school build .

for, their living-only they could to your customers and a 'creditto NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.' x ings. Two dormitories. Good board.; Careful oversight. ;Expenses mod

not you-Let the Carver School teach Department of the Interior.U. erate. Gymnasium; Tennis, and other out door exercises. ,
stand the expense .of being S. Land Office at. Gainesville, Fla.
,burled' i iWJio you.TheCarver; April 22. 1011. Spring Term Begins Feb. 2nd. I
I ; : Scbool.of Practical Photography Notice Is hereby given that Eugenia O. "
paints-the daisies ; offers twenty cemplete, prac- Gainer whose post. office address li Econ- A splendid time for pupils to enter. Will be admitteJ'to any class
? asksa flna, Florida did, on the 1st day ot December -
tical, d i inexpensive courses 'covering I 1910. tile In" this ''Office Sworn. es for'which they are prepared. By entering now,time will be saved iii
| spring,poet. Hanged if I know. all branches ?f. photographic I StatementandApplicationNo\ 07800, to I ,education. We would call special attention to the fact that'classes taughtby

.pi' have" known, good many daisies Write now for full information it is : i purchase south, Range theSE 13.(westrTallahaasee. Section 28. Township Me- the regular Academy faculty are being'started accommodate 7th and

; and I have always" thought free and places you under no obliga- ridian, and the timber thereon under.the 8th grade students, thus by this special attention! entering now they could
provision of the act of June 3, 1878, and
they painted themselves. : tions. Address acts ILme.ndatort. known a. the "Timberand be prepared for the academy next year. .
The Carver ScHool of stone Law. at such value as might: For further Information and,catalogue, address, -
be fixed by appraUment, and that, pursu-
\ Practical Photography. ant to such application tbe land and timber '
Rev. R Walker"President
Lynn .
Angle's Idea.
Lock Box 504 Waterloo, Iowa. thereon bave been appraised at Six
Hundred Tweuto Dollars, tbe timber estImated ,
Prof. 0 0. Fisher
Mtjj-Aagle, a repJ' 140,000 board feet at $3.00 per M. ; Principal.
and 30.000 board feet at tl.SO per M., and
the legislature from:South Flori- the l land tlCO.OU and land baa a value of _

ida;(wants d.4 the present session topassa'law ]D J. J ONES. (13A applicant>> 00 for will turpentine otter dual purposes proof ;In that auoportof said. . . x c ac c )e

: his and sworn statement
for the .bonding the application
: Attorney-At-l.a'W. on thefith day of July, 1011 before tbe "
State..| J1HVLEY. FLA.. Florida. -
for the ,construction of a systemof Any person Is at liberty to protest this
good hard-surfaced roads purchase before entry, or Initiate a contest Creates
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COOK: & MCRAB I at any time before patent l issues, hy good impression
the a'corroborated affidavit In this office
throughout State and be is I filing

in earnest for the State to undertake Attorney at JLaw.avorric the,entry.alleging/ facts which* would defeat v among. your. correspondentS ;

eve Chipny State Bank..Careful II EN: BY S. CHUBB.
the. |stnpendous operation. Rell ter. and helps to give your business .
The peopleyas a.general thing, attention irlTon all entrust. .
hardly educated up to such to my care. Collections T I prestige'' :
are Agent for re pon It>H time and flre-uwted In R. ,F. SCARLETT
an undertaking, involving so suranoi oomoanle. ,

much monej,:6'nt Florida needs We do Neat Printing'' ,
Notary I.
'just such a sum tOI" good roads.. ';- :DRrn., : .E. TILLER:; pufc. at Reasonable Prices. i i *, *

It wOlldlb, a great advertisement DENTAL SURGEON Real Estate Handled

[,, in[ such for highways Fjgrdjgas, | as:well are as sorely giv- Chipley.. ->, Florida/ Collections a specialty.Office Banner: : Job 'Office.T :

needed: Office over'Flrst: Nat'l Bank. in First.National Bank. . . . .

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f'1 ] Town Topics. IT Passenger, .Kates. ]_: ,'Personal. ITGeo. I i" ) #ito

;! u' The long pending litigation in r The
i v' Remember post card day May 1 in the U. 'S. court between<< the Clutter of Pensacola, was

L. & N. railroad and the Florida here Tuesday. "
;,. ... The new water works is near-I First National Bank *
ing completion. Railroad Commission was termi- W. C. Lockey was P. from j :
nated Moeday when the "Railroad -
Vernon Monday.
,, ;-, .The State spelling contest is '., '
,. Company and the Commissioncame '
: Chipley.
.' I on at Tallahassee today. to an agreement whereby Win. Hamper of near Cotton-' of ;
\.' 1.J I., If you never went fishing, now commencing May 8th, the pas- dale was Monday. > CAPITAL, .' $50,000.00 .,>',

i is a, mighty good: time to go. senger fare over"the P. & A. and Prof., W. T. Home of Wausau, --,- ,.t "

.. other divisions of the L. &,I<'; in I was here a few hours Friday. SURPLUS, .. $20,000.00 ; :,',:;,'
oldest inhabitant cant "
Even the .
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i Florida will be reduced to 3 cents I .. .-
G. A. several
,< I. improve on an ideal April day. .Danley spent '- '
/, per mile. at Tallahassee this week '' ; "
days ,
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,', ;, .,' .Free speech and free garden .. ...<-. ; Appreciation. i"It;
seed are plentiful at Washington. Maxie Barrett of Cottondale, .
More than a 1,000 Fish Caught. This i Bank 'values the business it receives,fro its: .
visitor in-the
: was a city Monday. '
need ;
in .
The greatest 'Florida '
k About the most successful fishing of telling" ;
customers opportunity
; today is good roads-then some party to out,from Chipleyso Rev. W. A. ,Bryan.spent a few and takes every ".

: more good roads. far this season go was the one days in th ,Bay country last week Our customers, on the other hand appreciate : :"t:, t<

i Let every booster for Chipley under the leadership of genial E. N. Everitt, Jr. was' in from the fact that the service extended to them. in;' i.\. .

send out post cards to triends Dick Scarlett, composed of the his still t for a few,hours Monday. coupled with. security. Any business arrangement t'I, ;.:, ;1,'

out of the State May 1st. B. C. railroad Curry Mc- ... ,, "".,
crew.. vIet', of Pineloff.,. was.. ;; ..
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f c: be permanent must be mutcauy \ .4.
If you j just sit around and wait, Leod and Walter Jones, which here a few days'first ofjbe week. '" ', ( I"I!"*!
left here Friday afternoon and and profitable. Therefore,'in selectingof 'i ::.
.1 I the chances are that you will deserve A. D. Campbell and wife, visited :..
I whatever comes' to you I II returning Saturday afternoon, in Tallahassee a day or two .i', your. bank, have permanency in view .r :J -
The party left at-2:30: going to J'...
I The spring fever has got this.week. .. :
1 germ the end of the road, at Macom, and establish yourself for your : .
us good and bard. Grease up the R. E.,"Cook came from Wau- ,' < : .
: which point was reached about and future well .'
camp wagon, and get put the fish- and -flie' week-end with "., ..
sau "
4 o'clock. As'soon the
as engine .
ing.rods. ." '. l: being; with a good --: ':. ,,-!!
; "killed" his family.. ? .
could be the whole bunch 0 -"' '.i .; ../
The faculty ot the High Scbool struck out for the ponds, about Miss Lottie Alford spent Sat- sound band. .. ... r.

,'. 1 ,has commenced preparation for two miles distant. \Yell the fish urday; and Sunday at ,Marianna, : -.
commencement, which will take in 'a mood and 7 ,
biting by
'I place' in about tour weeks. o'clock were the party was back at the guest* of friends. k "0....*0.....,..........'..'.."0..1....................... '
Herbert, the little son of '*Ir.
.. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. camp with over 300 'bream; then and Mrs J. M. Sapp was real
the work of cleaning and cooking; S or $i dose of '"666" will cure anyca.a Not as a matter''of news. neither -
; A. L. Wells still continues very ;
> sick first of the week. .
of Chill and Fever. Price 25c. of fiction but
commenced. Supper was.served, as a piece *
ill, but we hope a change for the .
better will soon take place. at 9:30, and, oh.! such a supper; Ang Potter a prominent poling A lot of new'millenery' receivedat merely as a thing of interest to

flush, hoe-cake and black coffee, business man of. Vernon was .Misses:Richardson's this week many of our readers, we remind
.... ... Keep your premises clean and here business night. : the : is in
and what was done to the pile of on Friday, Get groceries tor break- them.that legislature
disinfected and vour health and your session.. And it would'not, be.
fried fish in an hour and a half Prof. R. W. Van Brunt.returned fast, dinner and supper at ,Har-
happinesswill be practically
: as-
was a plenty. Taps sounded at from Jacksonville amiss for those of our citizenswho
.. cured, as well as that of your : Saturday veys. Fresh goods; free delivery.In
.. 11:30, and in a few minutes ev .where.-he had attended the .educational are interested in Florida'swelfare
"' neighbor. erything : just a few days more the L.KT' to occasionally remind
was. silent "morpheous meeting. ,.. _
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D. D. Davis has placed a neat reigned.; '* I ce i". railroad vvm have ;Its our law makers that we are

'; wire fence in front o&his> 'property Reveille was sounded by Big Will Yates, of the circulation; and storage tracks located just watching them, and expect 'them
,.. on south 6th' 'streetwhich! Six at 4:30; in less time' than it department of the :Pensacola east of town, -completed. to do tbeir.duty.

Journal, is spending several" days ------- ------
adds much to the, appearance of takes to tell it camp was "alive"and .. .
here in.the interest of that paper.
.; ;; the houses. after a hasty breakfast, and OOOOOOOOOOOQ OOOoooooo o oooo aooooooaa
.- ." \V.' Anderson of the CJCJOOOOOI
There is more than one culprit by the time >the sun was peepingover

the hill, all hands were off Marianna business,college spent Yo
to be tried at the coming term of I
the circuit court who should have to tickle the.palets pt the fishes, Saturday here. We ,learn he is I II

again, and how successful, the favorably impressejl with ourtown
a dose of cannabis Americanna
and that there is a probability -
i iI'
'" coming to them whether they fishermen. were it is only ,necessary of him. locating his school I

get it or not. to say that when they reached here, IGROCERIESfi
camp at noon the total of themorning's I
Don't forget that Governor Gil- C. P. Mills!! and wite of 'or'ange"II.ill

:', ,, Christ has designated Sunday, Dinner was catch eaten was, 744 the bream.enginewas left Friday evening for Pen-, I' I
Mother's in sacola where will receive
May14th, as Day they
fired the run back to
Florida. Honor your mother if town, with up work along; the line, treatment at a sanitarium.. We I fi r8 _. ,, you are a assured I

.- she is living, or the memory of was made'nd everyone felt on' hope they may soon ret rn home.. *
with their health, completely re they are fresh
arrival here'that the would i. ,
'her if she ts dead, by wearing a trip stored. I
4 white flower that bear repeating I "
on day. and conform to the "
Supt. of B.
I .to. County Education
The Recital at the School Au- : .1
F. returned Friday afternoon
ditorium by the pupils of the There is 'nothing. so utterly Gainer front Jacksbn'iille4wherehe : > i J -;Pure. Food Law.

4; ,, public school Friday evening n- worthless as trash, while thereis attended the educational: meet- I
": : der direction Miss Annie Judson, nothing more unsightly and ing. He left Saturday morningfor W. W. HARVEY

was splendid, those taking part unsanitary. In the back alley, in his home at Waqeau, ,accompanied L

.: '. acquitting themselve with credit. the back yard, under the house, by Mrs. Gainer, who bad FREE DELIVERY I
spent the time he was'away\'with
'. A nice sum was 'realized for the and in the corners of'yard and relatives here

benefit of the Scliool'Library. garden, can be found all mannerof e ooooooCeeoooooooeoccccecoooooco.ccooeo_

garbage, which should be disposed -
claim that it
Experts Costs of. Clean up and thus lessen -

one-tenth of one cent per ton mile ,
the chances for sickness. ,
.. to transport by sea; one cent per \- .

ton mile by railroads; seven cents The West Florida, Sun"daySchool Going like Hot Cakes atDUNNCOLEMAN, .
Convention will'meet in .
ton mile roads '
I per by good ; twen-
ty-five cents' to'n mile Cbipley Saturday :morning: and .j
I per, by common .
I 0 rords, and fifty cents per for two days Sunday schoolwork. f.
I will be thoroughly discussed. It
: ton mile over sand roads. It appears r
as god investment to has- is expected the attendance will .;I" .',

ten the day good roads. be Rev.full; Geo.Hyman, and the State will Secretary be pres-, '- I'' Every day this week.
Mrs. Stratton of Tennessee, ent. We hope the. meeting; will Ice Cream Freezers, ,. ;. .. _. :>:..' "

a national W. C.' T. U. worker, ., -, ,:'. -. ,,- .
( be pleasant as well as profitable.
; will address the ladies of the Screen. Doors. .. and Windows.' .; .;,,(:

\ -, Chipley W C. T..U. Wednesday The annual convention of the Rubber Hose.- -*"! : : "':?;.,\"

afternoon, May 3rd at 3. o'clock, Sixteenth District of the W. C. ';' :.. v :,, 4 '.

at the Baptist church. ,All the T U. will convene at Bonifay, Fishing Tackle! and! Trammel Nets/ j; )i
members of the. Union'are urged May 1st and 2nd. You :are l invited -. .
Screen wire
to be Mrs. Stratton will attend Poultry netting. .' .
present. ,to the public meeting rGalvanized :, :; :
also give; an address at' the Baptist ',.' .
Monday night, May 1st. Tubs and Buckets. ','
i I the evening at 7:45 : J ;I rI
1 Those in Chipley wishing to attend ;.. '
o'clock, to.which the and ,;; "
general pub- over 5:30 Illuminum I En earn el.ware.. .: ,.. h,
can the
lic is cordially invited. 'attend.At go on : : '.;" :
_... train in the afternoon and returnon Farm Implements.- -
the of Dr.F.C. Wil-
request the, 11 o'clock train that night. \' .
son we announce. that the date of Buggies. Wagons. Harness.. : ._.t, ,> _:
the entertainment for the benefit A report published in the Manufacturers ',:. .. -,

p :: < .of the fund to send two delegates Record last week stat- Everything. elsev in Hardware. line: '''lj' ( ; .

from McMillan the Con- ed that the Choctawhatchee Lumber Ij':
Camp ,
Come to and
I '. federate reunion at Little Rock, Co. had let a contract td J. N. see us make our store headqunrters whin in"ChiNley.1

.' '. as published in last week's paper, Gillis & Son, of Brewton, Ala., to We. guarantee every transaction with us will be ? .
I should have read May5th insteadof build to'mites of standard gauge; ; satisfactory

April 27th. However, the Ban- railroad from Point Washington ."Vfe": : ,

_. ner did not knowingly make the in the direction of Cbipley. This ; ;!: : Dunn=Golernan Co. .: ; :'
'... mistake in the date Mr. Robertson ,.
A as ... ', '
will assist in developing the Western -
o ;-' who is to deliver the, ad- A. G. McQUAGGE
_, ".. .dress ot the evening, in telling us part of our county, a settion General Manager.>

''about it, gave the date as. pub- which, up t6 now has received ,':, ...::., ,'
o liehed.I very little' attention, :
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