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The Chipley banner
Place of Publication:
Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
May 4, 1911


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

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1. XVIII. \ Chipley, Washington County*.. Florida. May 4th 1911. No. .l 4

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WE DO ', Penalizing Progressiveness,, Loa TTeom F'or* Sale. Steamer Belle Sunk. When you want Laces and Em-

The system ofplacing small We have for sale three yoke of The steamer Belle, enroute broidery the best place to get it

ILL p' LETTER tax assessments upon unimproved oxen and log cart; all in good'con from Vernon to Pensacola, load is at the Masses Richardson's.DR. .

'a' property, and making ownersof dition. Will take' $200 for,outfit: ed with naval stores, sank in '
improved property the burden Two yoke ot the oxen will girt 63i Cboctawfaatchie bay during the ; .r'

NOT -I' ENVELOPES bearers-of taxation, is nothingmoti feet; one yoke S/4 feet. For fur- storm Wednesday ot last week. I > DENTAL SURGEON, .

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TATEMENT N CARDS alty svrdgressiveness, and dress. Belle wen down and several others ,
CIRCULAR PAMPHLETS should be abolished. FRED BUSH &SONS, had a close' call. The deadare Office over First Nat'l Bank. 'a"

I MILL 'T COMMISSARY. This method gives those who .Ebro, Fla.TNOTICEi' Capt. Burleson, engineer'Bell A. G. -
merely holds unimproved property and two daughters, of Mr. Henry. ,
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for increase in valuation the Thomas. : Notary Public
DRAFTS This is to give notice to the
N privilege of benefiting by the Besides the c.rew=: captain;'engineer w. State at Large.
public generally patronsin
4 WEDDING VISITING progressiveness of his neighbor my fireman, cook and two _
particular that dental office -
NVITA'rIO"NS" G CARD-J: who improves his holdings there-. my deck hands-the Belle had four DR. T. G. YATES
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will be closed from May 1st ] ,
by enhancing the value of that of passengers, Capt Henry Thomas
to May 15th. Those wishing With TWENTY YEARS' Jjjit'
TO ORDERwanted50 the less progressive man. In other wife and two little daughters, who ..EXPERIENCED .
dental work done will please be ''\
words, the man who helps up- were enroute to Pensacola. -' EVE" SPECIALIST., ;

/ build a town'or country is penalized governed accordingly. .. fi"i' ...* '". ', WILL BB AT
clean DR. R E. TILLER. I.
pounds. ,while the man who holds unimproved -' .. T. L. Wells &Bro. sell the best Dr. Wilson's Office.
rags. The Banner. property i i& allowed immunity I' .
5 or'6 dose of "666" will cure any' Brogan shoe ever brought ;: to I IN' CHIF LBV,
r'' Washington county-in the the taxcollector.A when be. appears before caae.of Chills and Fever. Price 25c. I Chipley for only $1.50.If : From ELEVEN to SIX o'c .ck

Land of Sunshine and Flowers.. First Month.
Tuesday lach
Get your groceries breakfast it's hardware, farm impl .
.J HAY-$1 per 100 at the barn. lot of new millenery: receivedat ,.dinner and supper at Harvey ments'or wire fence you want, W" Examinations FREE.
My Pensacola office U Room :No 410
See Postmaster J. P. Schell. Misses Richardson's this.week-- s. Fresh goods; free delivery. Dunn-Coleman Co has it. l ,' Itlount. Uuildlntr,

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THE BANNERPUBLISHED One of the tragedies of the ".
century would involve those persona
KVKttY: THURSDAY. to take Lorimer back who

-. At CblpJey. Ft+rf. "put him over" by that $100,000 I ,;Her- we are gairt.This .

WALTBR W. JONB0 Bdltor.ICntered bribery fund. 6
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l at the poctoffica at Chip"' .J"Ia." a. Hardwick of time withjsometbing entirely new to anything r'w '
second claM mad rattur.SUBSC81PT1oN '
.;::-1 Georgia,. introduced a bill one day the people of this section have. been used to.
RATES ':. well assorted -.
A lot of -
OMK!/ YBAB: ,.. ............."....,..$1,00 last week to repeal the fourteenth
SIX MON1H8,...... ....... ........ ,60THBXH and fifteenth amendments to the GRASS RUGS- v'
MOUTHS..,......,.....,.. ..25AdrertUlna constitution, which gives the -- ". r 'C ,
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rates furnished on application, right of suffrage. to the negro. :, : : ): : ;4 ,r_ h''all l sizes from, a small. door mat to an art square ;
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; J' ', > 9x12'-feet.: Prices. range from.;35c"l,1p., ', ;;,
Communication on live topics e 'pe- .' .
When the reform has
program .
dally of local Interest, are solicited. It '
Is understood.'however, that the pnbllsh- been completed and the last arrest .. .,We.,.have, also received..a. fewnice. ,.comfortable p
of THB UANNKB will not be responsible '.j\ .. ., .i-
for opinions expressed by correspondents. made the railroads and ..: ;./. "( Porch .Rockers."11' .- .

TTEBANNEBwants: a live representative those endowed with the franking ..... .,"" ''; ,- 3
and correspondent at every postofflce privilege will be the only ones allowed The price on these rocker are marked low down
In the county, and will make liberal arrangements '
with the rl ;rt parties. to use the mails to defraud still they are high in quality. ,- "
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THURSDAY. May*. 1911. The reports of road buildingin A new lot of those nobby and justly famous'
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the United States; shows that Sterling";Brand Suits, in )Mohair : l
Gov. Woodrow Wilson Is practicing the South is leading in this great
the Democracy that Jefferson work. Last year Texas spent 'I / goods,,as well,aa a splendid )line of toys\ and Youths: t

used to teach.According .. seven million dollars on highways :_ clothes.} All at prices that merit custom. :- '

vjbd: is olanning to double this .See our display of TIES and STRAW HATS. ,jtr
to PostmasterGeneral amount during 1911. Georgia r ,. .f.
Hitchcock isa uNOXALL'"dress Shirts and CROSSETT" '
penny: postage spent three million dollars, Vir-
probability in the near future. ginia and 'North Caroliua each ', Shoes adorn; our shelves; a fresh assortment: Just t

.. spent million, and other Southern ":y received. See these lines before,buying elsewhere'. t' :

The Ohio legislature passed a states.large amounts.; .. a trade isBure when, you. see them.Campbell .
bill tor a hall mill State tax levy -" '.;

which is expected to raise $3- The Forest ,(Miss.) Register,

000,000. for; good.. roads.Investigation ,in speaking good road building, _. ,& Dekle Company."Bill" .
L I and conditions there are as they

of alleged extrav-I Tare I here, shys: "To spend $60-

agance In the 000, or $400 per mile on 150 miles .......
partments was endorsed by the of good roads in Scott county i in
Girl. _S6
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House committee. on rules. the next tour years will cost each "
tax payer approxi mately'50 cents Fountain, May..the one 1911. "

The Florida Good Roads As- r per year, or $2 for four years I To, the,editur. uv the Banner.. "w ash
sociation unanimously indorsedthe investment of your life.. Deer Sur; Sensd'I fit you las: y Goodstf!

Angle plan of bonding the Can we afford not to have better wee, suinthin has terned up. I Jp.

State fqr $10,000,000 for good roads?" went_ tu se !mi gerl the uther: da When'things are put through the wash "
roads,and also demanded that ... .
au she Bill the Bill2atrit
l'" sez: wer you you can tell what they are.,
the convicts be placed on the 5 or 6 doses of "666" will cure ,a(1 I that squib-fur the paper "
Goods has Stood the'Test for 27
roads. case ot Chills and Fever Price .i an I sez, I am the very :
( Fresh Pure Food Groceries is Bill; she sed .ef Ididnt hav no mo Lkeep up with the new things and

The reunion ot the 'Confederate my specialty.-W. W. Harvey, edicashua! then you, I wouldn I'hold- fast to the good old ones.

Veterans will be held this Butterick Delinerator of Fash- tri tu rite iur the papers. I tole When you need "wash
year at Little Rock Ark.,on May her I didnt had ,much edicashun
gQCL ee.tL1h > .
Misses- Richardson'a. daL
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ions for sale at
16, and 18. The citizens of >' but I did hay sum. larnin.. She I i .. for ."
.. that city will, no doubt, give the i tole me if 1 wer goin to rite fur. you
old soldiers a hearty welcome and When you start fishing go by the papers ;ought tu rite potry I My stock 1 of Hardware ,
do everything possible for their R. C. Horhe's and get:you'. tackle UK sumthin wuth reedin; she Ranges Stoves, Sash aqd t

comfort and pleasure. that's fit for fishing.BALL. wouldnt be up hold: 'en tigers an Doors, Coffins and Cask- "

other varmints thats destrictiv .
ets, Guns and Ammunt|

.: ,tu the risin ginerashpns. Lar L I JP tion, Dynamite Crocker' ;) 1 t i
sez I, cant rite bout things I flHftt!*' F"
Glass ware, Enamel\warX
dont no euything about an then I II '''-: i
she handed this Sewing Machines: PaidjtsTOil I "
BOX me vers: <;
As spring approaches" ants and t J .p-a' -Lac, FarmingUtensils :(r- '

roaches Picture Fralt1 ,

From their holes come out, ,( order) and ;

.And rats and- mice' in spite of. Last but not least, y

The New ,and Popular Bowling Game cats ? .. "Fishing, Tackle that's "fit for fishing..] "
Gayly skip about.An .
sez I so do tigers. We had &F will be pleased to serve you.
For Ladies and Gentlemen '
a great big old he tiger here- YOURS TRULY

yaller one--I dont no whether he

;Has, Been Secured for Chipley, had striped legs ur not. but I R. C. HORNE.

t spect he would er had some L
c stripes'On his ,legs ef he badnt 03vOy
And is now in operation in' skipped.

: V. Now I wants tu tell you bout
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Mister Dee
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cote cut his
tore an er
'. '! I'J;.,.,.;, .............11......... briches rite over,bis pcket an he .E. M. NEWMAN' Proprietor. .;fir.

'': ";" "; loss his nife an sum more things Bay.. Head, Florida.' "
I he. .had in his pocket. : Sports.t'!
Mecca of the
Tourist Angler, .,
;. CLEAN AMUSEMENT _' ::I I didnt l tel yer al nv...j'weethart ............II.... ......... ','( ':-' ".
sed-tu me_ She sed IJill you oughtter '" '
..A SPLENDID RECREATION be'shamed"uv' :yersef up hol- Rates. Per Day j Newley' l Furnished }| Find JBoatingj >'

A 'HEALTHFUL EXERCISE.Men den them tigers the nex: ,thing $1.00 and $1.50 ( Good 'Table, j and' Batbi '
.' youll be d'oinls skinnin wid the ,
......,.............,... niggers, an fur a white man ;ter .g
skin wif the niggers is gettm
N like Box Ball is' a game requiring skill, :
mity lodoun in the skaTe uv human KA.RQUHAR' MACHINERY. C : I
affording them a chance to demonstrate the accuracy, Of their natur. She wer telltn the "
431 E. Bay Street. .'
,aim and their superiority at bowling. truf an I.cotdent"fy' she \vernt, JACKSONVIUL.. P, L.ORIDA.:>
so I leflbat(; tbinkin a bole passel ,
Ladies like Box'Ball because it is an athletic game in more uv that r gerl then I'did when Largest stock of" &fac nery,. '/

which they may participate in competition,,:affording them I[ went. I in,Florida: for: saw mMiand!
Tbar'oyer.a \\ dark,colored
/ opportunity for> ,exercise, vigorou,'but not too strenuous. tiger round here'las Sunday; he planing'mills .1,

must erbin bline caus he wasnt EAROUHAR: : MACHINERY; A!

Everybody Likes Box Ball. agitten about,much. has been, built for'STlyears.. ;
r EM go.tasee my.gerlnex Sun more built today' than anothef. -,
Drop in and Try a ,Game" day I wil tel yer-bout it.
Let tell
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111I THE kNNER. ', Nature, air Starve a rule,a takes Cold. the appetite, 1 1I OQNCCo000C000occc000c000OOt,000TILE ', ,

,i\ away when one Is coming down with I I SOOTHMIN LIFE AP ACCIDIfTOF I Ii

iI a cold or other Infectious disease, and
I I Church Directory -. ,pature Is wise. Don't coax Mary to Nurse Says :
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UM. E. Church, South.-Preaching every eat when she has a: cold. Don't.allow 111114u.rarLIIee ComptLlly: '
11 and 8 m.ffiffffi&sw i
let und 3rd Sunday at a. m. .
+ the neighbors to tempt Johnny with
R. O. "I( know what Is good
t'{ m. w. N. Sheets calfV foot jelly or other dainties. for
and old eo-
.1 Superintendent.Prayer When suffering from a' cold the digestive young p '
Meeting Thursday nights organs condition to ple'r writes Mrs. ClaraDykstra Marianna, Florida..
Tuesday are In no care ,
Young Men's prayer meeting trained
nights. Everybody cordially Invited. for food. The 'digestive Juices are altered South, a Bellingham nurseof i Invites ;your attention to iU New Line Policies, as embodying' the maximum !
or entirely absent. One or two ,
Baptist Church-Preaching every 2nd days comparative fast will often assist Wash., "and will say that of practical protection at the lowest practical price. A remarkably j jS

i, and 4th Sunday. Rev. Colller.pastor In averting a severe siege of cold. I consider Cardui the best rt cheap contract, but safe and conservative and backed by home ,capital.W. : .
\r Sabbath:: School 10 a. m., F. O. Hawk A. more convenient and enjoyable form medicine for girls and

Superlnteneent.Prayer Meeting Wednesday nights. of fasting would be to subsist for one women. It makes them R H. MILTON President.

or two days upon fruit or fruit Juices feel like new'Iersons) relieves Directors.* J.*- Gammon, John Milton. Jr., W H.Watson. N. A. Baltzell.'
; j. E.Brookfc j. :M. DUJon. H. I H. Lewi*'John Milton. IlL8ccccccocccOcccocceooccccoooocoeccoooooooo
oetofflce Directory.OMce perhaps, with ,the addition of a little their pain and reg- i
toast. An exclusive fruit diet has nil ulates troubles. cocoeooee
hours 7:30 a. m. to 'fOQ i> m.; except womanly
Sunda.s.Eastbound. the practical advAntages of complete' "Both my daughter and I .
mall closes at 10:20 ..m fasting, while It satisfies the appetite -
t received benefit
; i? which the liver : great If it Is have it. Write
West-bound mall closes at510pm. and supplies sugar from Machinery you want we

a'' ... Mall from Vernon arrives. at 10 can manufacture glycogen to sun- i 't us for catalogue,.prices and terms.
and leaves on arrival of the east' bound. taro the white blood corpuscles in

ti ,- mall. their continuous warfare against nit I' : MALSBY COMPANY
}:',;, Sunday hours 11:30: m., to 13:30: p. m., crobes.-William S. Sadler In Designer 'lko.CARDUIThe $ ?
\ Money Orders Issued at all hours when .
41 South Si. ATLANTA GA.
Sundays. .
"office Is open except Giving Him C.rt. Blanch ,
A few years ago John Kendrick: t We sell the well-known American
following goods:
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.. .-* Bangs, the humorist, told a number ol Woman's TonicAs Ih-nch & Dromgold, Geiser "Pecrles:' a.ld Smith Myer.s << Schnier Saw
.:.. -:i4 4 .:: Our Clubbing LI.*. his Broadway literary confreres that ..Ads! In ail sizes aCId capacities; Erie City: Oiser 4'Peerless and Houston 4
..,':\1 .:- BANNER and Semi-weekly Atlanta he felt particularly elated over an order a medicine for female "j',wood &! Gamble l r.t1: rines: 4..Boilers, i t1 ail !sizes' ; Chattoner, and Perkins\
iij't1'/ Journal per year 11.75. he had Just received from Henry trouble, no medicine :,- f itl\.hII'IYi: ; J J :q.: ,'-ws. .,j"rls. (lIJt! Mils' : "Peerless" Threshers,
,,' \" ,-week New York W. Savage. the theatrical producer Y you can get has the .:r.t;' atrwn fecll!:;,and v.irousoliii! >Machinery, Repairs and Mill Supplies.
\).." 'World BANNEB, per year W.65. for the libretto of a musical comedy old established reputation, .". ,... t.n: fuiv.i! : :;; yoi) \v; tid bo:".\Uciiir.cry: on Uo market and at the sa.'!\aj A,
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BANNER and Semi-weekly Times-Un- The play was produced a few months that Cardui has. ..---....-...- -'j
n and Citizen, per year, $1.50. later. During the )long period of rehearsals Fifty (50) years of sue ,'

BANNER and Home and Farm, per; year so much of Bangs' material cess prove that it has ..
#!1 1.2S was eliminated and so much other- material stood the greatest of all UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. Florida State College For Women
inserted In Its stead that when
tests-the test of TIME.
the curtain went on the first night GAINESVILLEA TALLAHASSEECollege
j Gerta1 Dlr..ctor not more than half up a, dozen of the a As a tonic for weak women Superior But Inexpensive Institution. for I of Arts and Science Normal School
Cardui is the best because Florida Young Men. I School of Music School of Art. School ol Expree-
original lines remained. elon. School of Home Economic
?. .dTATE OFFICIALS. l' it is woman's tonic. Four colloiros, agricultural experiment station; "
i a First class equipment throughout. Tuition
About a week later a friend, meeting University extension 46 professors and assist'
Gov' rnor-Alber W. Gllchrlst. f.Other low. For information
I .. Bangs, asked him If ho was writIng Pure, gentle, safe re- ants. 80 per cent increase In attendance last address expense very
StateH.. Clay: Crawford. year. Attractive building and campus. For .
Secretary of any more plays for Savage. liable. Try Cardui. : catalogue addreaa, A. A. MUKPHKEE, PruMcit. EDWARD CONRADL Presides
I Attorney General. Park, Trammel\! "Yea,"' replied Bangs. '"Only an.

-B. E. Mebin.ll hour ago I sent him COO blank sheetsof r
.' Com. Agriculture paper and told him to go as far as W. B. M1L1-ON, M. L. DEKLE, F. M. GOI.SON.

'I 1>)1" ':, ,Treasurer-Wm V. Knot he liked."-Irvin Cobb In New York What's In a Name? President. 1 Vice-President ,Cashier. I

1 ",,Supt. Public' Instruction-W. M" Hollo' Tribune, The late king of Sinai ha.d'tor a full .,.. T .......

way.'omptrolierA.' name Phru Bat Souideth Plira Para- First sanK

:; C. Croom.y for soreness of ,be muscles. whether Induced tnlrior BlnLn\ Cluilulougkoru Phru CIiula iNanpnai

: .:"*Supreme Court-Thos. M. Shackleford, by violent exercise or injury Chain Chum Klo Chow\ Vu hue and this MARI NNA FLA.

:- Chief Justice; Jl. H, Mabry. Cler. berUln's Liniment Is ex #jgt. ,This Mini- does not Include his titles. A wag'' In ..

\ ';:Railroad Commlesfon-R. Hudson Burr, meni'Is also highly esteemed for tbe reliefit Bombay saw It in the paper when the

'Chairman; K. C..Dunn, Clerk. affords in oases of rheumatism. Sold by ruler was visiting that city and was Capital 50000.00

..,,_Judge first judicial circuit-J.. Emmett All Dealers. being received by the British officials Solicits Accounts of Banks, Corporations, Firms and Individuals. ,

l'Wolfe, Pensacola. '. and passed It over to a younIrish tD.t Our twenty years experience in the banking business enables us to offer
subaltern with -the challenge he
," State Solicitor: first Judicial circuit-. you the beat banking facilities of any bank In West Florida. We also have a
SoUntist Who Couldn't Light Fire.Xiord it. The fellow looked
pronounce young -
Walter Kehoe. fully equipped Saving Department in which we pay interest on depoalu. Ac-
: Kelvin, like Lord Morley, once at It a moment and then, handed It counts by mall handled a* easily aa by perll interview.
," < amused a Scottish audience' with a display back. lIe said he way\ not long enough Send ua your business.
o. s. LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS. of Ignorance., At a lecture In Edinburgh winded, but he was sure he could playIt

B. ,S. Chubb, Register, Gainesville, F a. with LoVai:l--'i: in the chair, on the garrison club piano If the In- F. M. GOLSON, CaBbier.Physicians .
the Duke of Argyll was taken suddenly I.
Shields Warren, Receiver, Gainesville. strument were a couple of octaves
'.' til. "When the aged peer was carried longer. The king's; uncle, however,
down to one ofrthe/ arfterooms," who was also a prince,high priest, bad Advisethe

rr ",,.,WASHINGTON COUNTY OFFICERS. aid a local paper, "one of the first for' ,one name alone the following collection -
use of-a goodlaxatlve; to keep the bowels open and prevent the poisons of undigested
J Circuit Clerk-W. C. Lockey, Vernon. things to be thought of was the lighting of letters: Pawaratsawarlya- food from gettinglnto your system. ....

:r v i. hnty Judge--I. A.UuschlaonYernop.SheriffC. : of a fire, and this task was tackled ongkaun. Any one who con\ get The latest product of science is VELVO Laxative Uver Syrup purely vegetable gentle,

'; G. Allen, Chlpley. by the duke's host, Lord Kelvin. But through this and not flat one of the reliable and of a pleasant aromatic taste. Velvo acts on the liver, as veil as, on the r
treasurer-H. B Tlher, Vernon. Instead of placing some 'paper In the notes has lived a long time where he stomach and bowels and Is of the greatest possible efficacy In constipation, Indigestion,
\t Assessor-J.J. Williams, Chlpley. 'grate and some wood on that in the can look out o; the window and see biliousness, sick headache, feverishness, colic.flatulence etc. Try VP 1

;I \Cohector-W. B. Gainer. Kconhn: orthodox manner he amazed the onlookers the glided peak of a temple shimmering. -

Public Instruction, F Gainer.. by desperate ,efforts to kindlea In the' equatorial sun.. -Christian ,' LAXATIVE
Wa Au. handful of sticks at a gas burner. Herald. -

'" Supervisor of Registration J. W. Ordinary mortals may be pardoned for '
1 Gainer, Econflna. taking some satisfaction In the fact : If Not Needed Below.

County ;Solicitor A. D. Carmichael that even so great a philosopher as "This ,Is a funny ship." U

Chlpley.; Lord,Kelvin did not know how to light' "How so?" LIVER SYRUPHere's

County Surveyor-Thos. Collins, Cary &fire." "They have no ,clock In the,cabin."

7 JlIle, Fla.County. "Oh, no I But they always keep a _
watch on the deck."-Stray Stories.
It Was Real. I
Commlaalonera! 'v*r ..__ .. I
F. M. Simmons.;; Chairman-Vern6 9J "My, this must nave been exciungr- -

[S. W. Bush, Chlpley j" nays Mrs. Bllmers, who is reading the Now Is tbe-tlme tb get rid J ot your rheu- a Good Slogan fora
t B. F. Evans, Vernon. paper. "A twenty foot boa constrictor
[ matlem, '
You will
find Linl.
; t Chamberlains
.scaped from the zoo yesterday" and
T.. H. Porter Mlllvllle.

J,T. Hightower, Vernon. was captured after it had" climbed meptwonderfully will (jouvince you effective.of Its.One,perils.application Try Bigger and Better Business.
halfway up a telegraph pole. .
['School Board _
: it* For sale l byAll beaters; -
"And I swore off when I saw It as I
OrB. Bush Chairman, Orange Ulll e.S.S=.teftNO"NeDON'T
went downtown! growled Mr. Bll-
S., J. Gainer St. Andrew. .
W. F. Russ Vernon. mere disgustedly Earning BLOCK THE WAY!
she Anthony TrollopPint
"What are you muttering?
S3 uk. r "<;-;--.. ',-- '.. A literary man recalls Anthony Trol- ,
LCHIPLEY CITY OFFICIALS. "N+| t" "' '' t'Jlt;,' must have lope's little gloat over the first fruits M9ve as fast as the procession move out., Take)bhp
[Slsjior-U.B._ Wells, been'&...........>! JOD.**Chicago Post. of his pen. "I send you a copy of !' .be
marshal-H. M. Farrlor. Warden,". he wrote to Lord Houghton 'pace of the company you are in or make, way. for the man
!Clerk and Treasurer-W. W Cook. In I860,, 'fwhlch\ Mr. Longman assuresme '
{Council-A. D. Carmichael, chairman, Is the last lof the first edition. '

CiBjDunn,J,1i. McGeachy, C, E. Tbarp may not paraljze a home so completely a* There were, I think, only 750'printed, ,

r |WiC, >Butler, Jr. mother's long illness; but Dr. King; New and they have been over ten years In Don't stand in the way- ideas., Don't pause in the
Life Pills are a splendid remedy for women hand. But I regard the book with afvfectlon
t----: .- They gave me wonderful benefit\ In coustl- as I made ;to 2s. 6d. by the first- path of better system. Don't settle down on the ladder of

patlon and fenvale.JtroublewroteMr M L>'. year's sales, having previously writ-
I' success. Don't be a barnacle on the ship of preeress.Chaneelmeans .
The Banner Dusky of Eel >,ilU' ,,1 ailing,try them ten and published for ten years with
,1 25e''at 1 k. E. McGeaohy'. out any euc'li golden result. Since thenI M-

have Improved even ..upon that." : progress. Progress'means: advancement

-..... .- Trollope, of course, "Improved uponthat"

) I k Chipley Fla. possessed Oddities of few Cecil Intimate. RhodosLfie fricncii. fir uncertain fashion.-Westminster Advancement means movement. MOVE!

and not'even to all of them did be .dls- .
close his hand. Mere acquaintances I
Stands for the Upbuilding of disliked his moody silences, varied For Good of the Community. DON'T BLOCK THE WAY! .
d with fits of rather boisterous fun. "Have you, ever i done;anything for
They considered him exclusive, morose the good of the' community?" asked
Chlpley, the solid citizen of the
,' rough and overbearing. And it weary way

must be admitted that he was a good farer.
Crashing ton 'County. hater, violent when thwarted and at "Yes," replied the :weary wayfarer City
' "I've ,just,done a month.." times blunt to the point of rudeneHt) R

*nd Florida] It Is difficult to be sufficiently unconventional -, k a* M l *euH B BMHMMS HB HHlHMMlVMBi .
yr Barber
to write for
but Sensible Man.Crawford our confidential letter before applying .
to shock a mining camp, ,
for patent;it may be worth money. .
he shocked It. In dress he was almost I .-Do v you really like to Vis promptly obtain U.A and Foreign '
disreputable. lie seldom took pains to please your wife 7''' .Crabshaw: can't
r tScripIiofl, $1 Per Year. Ingratiate himself With any one, anda Bay that I do, but I've; found out It's PATENTSMARKS Shop. '.
the best plan.-Smart Set. .n,1 TRADE or etoruEN's -
too .
who openly scorns
man : .
71 I R I! s" rne, li.send model sketch. .
lows'must expect to suffer social ostracism or p ltotoand we end an IMMEDIATE No Waiting.

w IOfakE a Specialty1 of l and to have his character tra-' dAyliIl': CIHL)' }i'.tOM. DKATII.'After Ut.F'R boil E legal report eervk.Pa/t.ind' advice lfit:;., We and. give/on

I ducert-' It would be Idle to deny that .; our child'had Buffered from severe barge are moderate. Try a*. 3 Barbers 3
& for tT tine there were unfavorable ru ':' SWIFT & CO. .
eat, him 'or'1' I bronchial trouble for1 a :year, wrote O. T ,
more In circulation regarding
Richardson () Mill, Ala., "we Patont lawyot-tf
rtistice that he was in many circles unpopolaf' reared It had consumption! ; It hand a coughall Opp.U.S. Patent omce,Wa.blngtod, D.C. Everything-Up-to-Now.
But like Oalllo, he "cared for
; "=: the time. We,tiled many remedies with Shave .. ...... 1ScIIaircutting
Sir Levis Mich-
Ct mercl tang cone of those things. cut avail, and'doctor's. medicine\ teemed a* ., ....,.. 25c..
ell. useless. Finally we tried V(. Kings new REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD., Shampoo, .. .,... ..... :ZSc..
Discovery and are pleased-to say: that one )fa..Wisrs/ow'e BOOTIIIMO SVBOP ji.. been Massage .. ........... :25c.
Drying Her: T..... .' i bottle effected a> complete ,cure, and our sisal MOTHKKS foe OW for SIXTY their'YEARS CHILDREN by MIUJOND WHIL of chair.. Singe... ..._.... 2Sc.
"What do you do' when your; wlf eblld la again strong and Uealtby." For TKKT11INO. with. PERFECT 8UCCBSU. It -
canner SOOTHES the CHILD...BOKTKN8 the GUM We Solicit Your -
cries?" asked the man. Patronage.
younger coughs, colds, hoarseness, lugrlppe, asthma the brae 4 you have to give in to ber?"" I crouit and sore.lungs/ its the most Infallible ls remcdytfo' D1ARRHC8A. It \. ab.solutely '
!' harmless. Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Very Respectfully,
"No." said the older man. "Give. het' remedy that's made. 1'rlce BOc and $1; trial WID.Iow' fio0tblag -other
Chipley, Fla. (tome money."buffalo Express.! bottle free. Guaranteed by 8 K!: ilcOeaehy "had. !weay-ave OT0Uk W. D. Peters, Propr


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...._, ,- Origin of Flrawat( A Measure of Merit. . :

f When the Hudson Bay; Trading company .1 '
{ Its the Indians r
began trading among -
Citizens Should Weigh .
'tnot It was found that by selling the Chipley

Indians liquor they could more easily Well This Evidence.Proof .

be Induced to trade their peltries.\ The< of merit lies In the evidence. JOBr

first whisky; or intoxicant of Inferior: Convincing evidence in Chipley.Is .

Will Build quality was distilled In England and not the testimony of strangers. :
brought to America In large barrels, "
.: But the endorsement of -
Chipley peopie. Jf
You but In transporting it overland It was
., found more convenient; to divide It into <
and Make small kegs. The traders soon became .. That's,the kind' of proof given here. PRINTING :
., aware of the fact that by; diluting the The statement of a Chipley citizen. :

You Strong whisky; with water more furs could Mrs. A. EJ. Helton of Chipley; Fla .

be obtained This was practiced for says: "The public statement I gave '

Old people, tired, weak, some time, but the Indians learned three years ago recommending Doan'i '" '
that whisky poured on a fire .."- -
run down people, delicate good Kidney Pills was entirely; correct andI ,
would cause It to flame up, whereas .
children frail mothers and gladly confirm it, This'remedy; has impression > '
had the whisky; been diluted the fire Creates a good -
those recovering from severe would be ,quenched. It was by Ibis never failed to give prompt relief whenwe .
simple experiment that the term "fire- have had occasion to use it." correspondents :
illness, this is a fact. among your .
water" became a common word among; (Statement given March 30 1911.) '
Thousands of genuine testimonials the Indians. A chief .who had experienced On May, 2, 1908, Mrs. Helton said: and helps, '

i from reliable peo-. the bad effects of whisky among "A member of my family; had a severe

this claim and to his people said It was most certainly; Attack of typhoid fever about a year to give your business. ..

further the fact and distilled from the hearts of wildcats ago which left his kidneys weak and .. .. .
support and the tongues of women from the effects prestige. ?
disordered. After that be was scarcely .
prove our faith in what we It produced.-Red Man. "
ever free from backache and the

say we unhesitatingly declare Ancient Repartee. least work caused a tired worn out .. ,

that anyone who will A union of discordant particulars Is feeling. A relative advised a trial of .

try a bottle of VINOL will laughable, as, What-Is wanting to him Doan' Kidney pills and this remedy ... : ..... \ .

have their money returned' except fortune and virtue? Similar was obtained at Dr. Landrum's drug ...We Do .Neat"Printing .>: ;) ..
to this la friendly; admonition by; way; store. Its use brought relief from the >
without question if they are of giving advice, as when Granlns "
pain and soreness and acted as a tonicto

not good.satisfied. that it did them made persuaded himself a bad hoarse pleader with who speaking had the entire...System." At Reasonable, Prices.. tz". ; : :

to drink a cold mixture of honey; and For sale by all dealers. Price 5C : ., : :"' .-
S.E.- McGeacby Druggist, wine as soon as he got home. "I shall cents; Foster-MUburn Co.'* Buffalo, : m .. .
ruin voice'!( said he, "if ''I do BO.." I ., '" .
Cbjpley, Fla. my New York, sole agents for the UnitedStates. ...
said Qranlua, "thanto
"It will .be better, '

ruin ;your ,cl ent ."From Clcero's Remember the' name-Doan's-ant) '

Martha! Tureen and Hi* Soup. "Oratory." take no other. Give us your next 'order

which There still is a bears quaint.the o4 name shop-of In London Samuel J. M.Howell a popular druggist,Greens- a and we will give you perfect -
burg;, Ky. says: -We use Cbamberlaln'i
Blrch, the first purveyor of turtle soup Paternalism In Groceries.
Cough Remedy'I I In our household and knowIt satisfaction thus
in the English capital. Amid all the Paternalism with a vengeance Is practiced -
la excellent. For sale by All Dealers.
chancel of the city Birch's shop In I 1 In certain New York groceries.It .
Oornhlll survives In the guise It wore Is benevolent paternalism, though. making you, one. of our Lek
when Its owner was lord mayor of "Ma wants two pounds of sugar," j ustori.'TaE-;;- <*n
London in the.memorable year of Wa- Symbolism Didn't Appeal. said a child to a patriarch In the trade. .
terloo. Samuel Birch-achieved distinction "Charlie," sorrowfully sighed' the He consulted a calendar on the wall. .. '. -
v young the parlor of the concrete "I better take 'a .
In many fields. He'was an orator guess ;you'd only; .
And a patriot; he was colonel of the house ou Washington avenue, "it is pound today; ," he said, "and go kind of ,. .
city militia and accepted with great nearly 12 o'clock.." slow on that. The week Is only half : ""
good, nature his nickname-ot Marshal "Yes, Belinda,!' was the breathing gone, but ;you have already; eaten up )
Tureen; be was a man of letters produced response of her poeticalcompanion, three-fourths of yom-allowance. Tell .'. '
plays that held the stage and wljo was stifling on the 'sofa beside ;your mother so." ; ;:
books that were readable, though now her, "the minute hand is drawing The child promised to deliver the report ., ,

seldom read. One of his plays, "The closer and closer to the hour hand, and on financial depression. -

Adopted Child," was popular long after when the time of midnight Is 'chimedthe "That Is the only; way on earth to '"
Its author had killed his last turtle. two hands will be even as one. Oh keep those people from running Into CHIPLEY BANNER ;<

His daughter married Lamartlne, and darling Belinda,"' he continued he debt," said the grocer. "The system }
simulated the action of the this ,_
one of his liOns, a fine classical scholar, literally Is common In neighborhood
begat family of scholars. Yet Birch's minute hand "may not the coming together It at the customers' request. Every; .

claim to fame rests, most upon the _of those two hands be. symbol pay day women with spendthrift hus Fla. :< I
ical of ?" bands and Chipley .
fact that he was the man' who made us an extravagant posltlonof 'J
turtle' soup popular. City merchants, She broke away; and stood firmly on their own deposit enough money; ..., I
.'-,.r"'t.mplars. from the Inns'and dandles her feet. "No, Charles Henry Smith;" with the-grocer and butcher to see the L- -I-
,,' she retorted "those two hands the week. Instruct
angrily family through 'They
from the west end all flocked to Corn I t
hill, the turtle house of all London.Argonaut. .- will remain as one but a single second, us to let no one erdraw the *X : ?* _
and then the minute hand wili'divorce amount, and except In cases where' extra
Itself and go on Its way' alone. No, food is actually needed w e stick to

-Be. was certainly Not So ;Brave.brave to crawl Mr.stick Smith Isn't, a the minute kind hand of symbolism.,that doesn't I Times our end, of the bargain."-New York .........................

under the bed and engage In' a lifeand want!"-Boston Tost. : '
death struggle with that burglar," DO YOU KNOW i

"When he crawled.._under the bed An Exoiting Contest. e .
lift thought the burglar was In th1JY1N1t.HHouston Hanson bet my wife that I could BAV!
e That now is the time to build that home- business house .
needle before she could
'-' Post. thread a you have been considering The present business depression
sharpen a lead pencil Benson-Which e has reduced the price-of lumber and building materials; labor
81.0k headache results from .a disordered wont Heoson-I won In exactly; thirteen is cheap and plentiful, and you can build now for 25 to 50 per .. '

stomach, and can be cured by the use of minutes, but I believe I'd have We will send the Banner free for cent less than in .
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets'. lost If she had not run out of pencils .

Try It; ,for sale by All*. at News the 'end of five minutes.1 -Chicago. the term of this school' to : JUNE, 1907, OR JUNE, 1908. : t- <:

When think of lumber or&buildlngmaterial 'think of us :.
you ,, -
To Every White TeacherIn .
IT STARTLED THE WOULD and the fact that we have completed a modern uptodatemUI:.: 'IIIjiJ'

Disraeli and Qoldwin by Smith. when tbe astounding claims were first madeorBucklm's work mill, and can furnish everything made of.wood 'used in' ,"':;;;e
If may baV'eleen partly; a building from sills to comb'and that we can ., -"
.ot my; possession of an unpleasant se- Arnica Salve, but forty :years Washington CountyWho _? .,, :;{..

cret that Disraeli was moved to follow ,of wonderful cures have proved them true, DO IT QUICK.Sash ; /:$ '
-. me across the Atlantic and try; as he and everywhere Its now known as the beat :
did In "Lothatr," to brand me as "a salve on earth for burns;bone, scalds, soresvts will send us the news of .. Mouldings FramingFlooring1 Bank"': : ":..

octal sycophant. His knowledge of bruises, sprains, swellings, eczema, Doors Casings Drug :-'. .;" "
my social character was not great, for happed hands, fever sores and piles. Only their: community each week, or Blinds Base '' Ceiling Store {: ':.:.[':r. .

X had only; once met him In society.; Jflo at S. K. Mcdenouy a? every: two weeks at least. Frames Finish Siding Fixtures.' Gf.

His allusion to like "Oxford professor" e. Estimates cheerfully; furnished Freight paid to your stagy ;

who was going to the United Stateswas' Correspondents may write ,on tlon if desired ', ,,,_ .,
as transparent as if he had used Reign of the Dandi.s. mIn f ,

my character Had I been., -was In known England,. I, upon the a decline matter'of' since dress the we days have when fallen the any subject of-general interest. : MARIANNA MANUFACTURING 'co' .'; :, '.> ..:)-

should have let the Attack pass, but 1 mission Duke of to Wellington Almack'a was because refused he Was ad Our' only request is that' they refrain MARIAN, NA, L.4. 1: a "

was In a strange icountry, where, .

made by .a note, the attack ,and wearing silk trousers stockings.Instead Even of Alma breeches k'8, ,from using the. .name of any : 'L.ONC2 DISTANCE PHONE: .a, I,

-.. -. was Disraeli likely, tl16 tpr'telU lie, and'neither I therefore he gave nor however, bad to admit; trousers within person; in a way calculated to give ................ ........-.
the followingyear.
its closely guarded'portals
V &I17.ot bId organs ever ventured to repeat
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When Gladstone was 'up" at
the calumuy.-Goldwin Smith In offense. .. -
1 McClure's. Oxford the reign of the dandles was In The New York World We promptly obtain U.8. and Foreign
full swing. When late In life he revisited
the university to lecture to, the Hear Thrice< .Eedltion.o .
As Good a* Lest."You're ; Let. us -,
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can this undergraduates on Homer:, he was
sure spare
you The Thrice-a. week World hopes, to be
B. 'Russell whether'.henoticed
O" W.
aver are .
S I In 1908 a better paper than It has ever
MDlnguss, If I. had not been perfectly any; difference between Lie au- ..
From:You. been before and it has made its arrangements < dead
sure that I can get along without dience and the men of his own time. model, sketch or rrotocilbTiiitioD for
service r free"ponDtlloLiIiI" For free book
J- Its
It'I'never would have lent It to.;you." "Yes," he replied, "In their dress an accordingly news coy P.teWB write
Tribune. enormous_ change. I am tot at I era the entire'globe, and It reports everything I' TRADf-MARKS topposlte

-Chicago had among my audience some, of th9 We want the News fully, promptly and accurately. It
8ke.TeacherNow most highly connected and richest men la the only paper not a dally,.which la as
and wasn't one good as a dally, and,which( "will keep von
Johnny, what Is the In the university, there .
completely Informed of what ,Is-hap
shape. of the earth Small Johnny whom I couldn'thave dressed from ,
dunno. Teacher-WhY; I told you yea top to toe' for :#5.:"-St. James Gazette. ecu YEARS pening throughout; the world. I u.. SO' Patent leafiJL
EXPERIENCE'I The Thrlee-a week World Is fair in' Its
terday It was round Small Johnny- political reports. You can'get the Fruth WASH' TON D.70.
Yes, I know; but I don't believe everything Still $trong. '. ,
News. Ol'OCer-Oood morning Mr. Popple. from Its columns whether yon are a> Republican -
I bear.-Chicago 'A ,'
or Democrat and that I ts what
sent ? '
Sow are those eggsI you Pop-

.K GHOSTS UAUNTIiW' ple-Bettor, thank ;you.'minute'They are you speolat want.A feature of the Thrlce-a-weck CURTIS L. JONES f

Kon.ver.1 ts foolish to fear: a landed i raining strength every; TRADE MARKS, World has always been Its serial fiction '?; ,i -'wbe.. there are real and deadly perilsto OweNs: '* publishes novels by the best authors In Notary Public State at Large. .
guard against In swamps, marshes, bayous Is there'any thing in of'this world that Isot . COPVRIOHTS Ac the world, nOTeS which In book-form sell .r',:.
and lowland These are the malaria mete Importance to you than jcqpd dliceii-. qnioklr Anron uoertiiin....,'".our a.k.opinion.oh end frs dMcriptton.whether may uInvmtlnn : for 91.50 apiece and Its high standard In '

germs that cuuse-actue chill and fever, lion t Food must be eaten to sustain life ttoiuitrl.tlreonndntfitL 1. l,(UNQBQQlf nijibt' Cooimimla on PatanM*. this respect will be maintained. ID the future All business entrusted- "%*; ,
weakness, aches In the bones and muscles and must be digested and converted Into lent taw OM..' tftncr for.eearlnajMtMiu.Puteuu as In the past. !<' .'
talun tbroagb Mum .co.-1" care will have prompt
Bat lood. When the digestion falls the whole .., this The Thrice-a-week World's my my
and mar induce the deadly; typhoid. ,.. w ftOClu,wlthoulobarg.l. regular ..
' Electric Bitters destroy and casts out the \body suffers. ,Chamberlain's Tablets are a Scientific JJHKtlcaK ., subscription price ts only $1.00 per year attention. Fees reasonarj
vicious gems from-the blood... "Three bottles atioaal and reliable core for Indigestion( and this papa for 156 papers. We offer
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, drove all malaria from my system," They increase too flow ol bile, purity the anhujon A handeomet.l1Iutnl of an,.elantlUa e.J Ji>nTn" y.l. rarrestelrt Verm.SJ aunvt ,this unequalled newspaper and The Ban Can be found at
LucamN. "and blood strengthen'the' stomach and ton up wrote Win. Fretwell of C. :, er together one year for 91.0sTharegular >)
" lv bad loe Dealtb since: Use this safe sure the whole digestive-apparatus to a natural & CoLBrwaii BLw.ableatUW York, subscription price of.the two pa g i

_remedy only. GOo st 9. B.McOesehyV.J. j' and healthy'action; Bold by All Dealers. OOKM.< ? pars ls$3.00) .


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Temperance Legislation. year by every appicant for saloon the removal from office any such ............... ,.. ., ... .. ...... / .
license and the publication of the officers who do not 'act in sncb '- ei
1"The>;' following is a com preben- petitions.. '- cases.

J.'"'. siy'e statement of the proposed 3. A bill forbidding the ship- 8. A bill forbidding manufacturers
; temperance favored
': legislation I rrient of liquors into<<: dry territory and wholesalers of liquors i Wire :Fence.i
by the Anti-Saloon League and,
: to have interests in the retail
trl: in I 4. A bill prohibitink the location any
this statement is given out orb -
..... of 8a1001s'within one thous- liquar business; :
: der that the friends of the tern
: cause clearly understand and feet of any steam railway 9. A bill }limiting the number et8.
pcrance may .
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station. of saloons in cities to one saloon -
:' our position. It will be passenger .
.;' for 2,500 of population. t) I it r lr. ,
.,.:,'" noted that only restrictive ort 5. A bill providing for early every 99
;; regulative legislation' is asked. closing ot: all saloons in the state These measures have been decided 9 II" : .' -' \ .

:;.; ."We. favor: and closing'same on all legal hol upon after consultationwith 'k. 30( ,

:fr'.. .1. 'A bill prohibiting; the. soliciting idays. leading temperance men' in .. \ .\ 24
all of the State, and
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parts we
.n -, -, of orders for the sale 0 6. A bill removing all screensor II I.. .
all friends of
trust temperance -
( 1 other obstructions, tables,
t') toxicating liquors by any means '
"Whatsoever chairs-etc. from saloons. in the Florida Legislature 4, ; ; _
i dry territory. .
I can see their clear to support ', -
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r;;" ..:. '" 2; A bill repealing sections 7. A bjll providing' for the pro- them and .so enact them _into 3 -

it' ', 1222, 1223, 1224, 1226 of chapter c'eedure of State's Attorney and :i II'' .

."; ..XVI of the General Statutes of County Solicitors whan informa- laws.We shall appreciate puclicationof -- _................- -.. .... ,.. --..,..-,...yvw.-.e.r.'', '''---
, : Florida and making effective tion ie furnished them regarding
this statement and request our
.. : 'again sections immediately pre- possession of'ano government license ,
friends the State to write e
; seeding these' named' which, re- by parties who do not hold their members over of the Senate and : Just a word Farmers and Fence .Buil.ders:

.: ::..r.l. quire the'fihng of petitions every State license and providing fort House urging their support of I''

';; J" them. We especially request
.., .- ..,. that our friends also write to : Having made a deal for Ten Car Loads $

r .. Senator Geo. W. Dayton, chairman -
: } ; (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium) of'the 'Senate Temperance : of the Best American: Steel Wire_ Fence, we : .

a A Powerful Permanent Committee, and Hon. Eugene S. .
Prompt. Matthew chairman of House ,are in position to make you better prices e

Stubborn -'A Temperance: Committee. $
k feet&! yielfLJMM' v
!roth ft'ftI4dt..?' -to.. sur6 than ever before.
0 ; JjarfWws.sw: ,wj a.da. .you, y .' LINS, .: e

'.,J".>.-.::;";: P* P C. II Slprir..Swn-t iLegislative ,"FUldent.I.r. Be sure, you see us beforejjyfty'in'n wire
"! 'i" 1 RepresentativeFlorida !
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} ,>T ; Anti-Saloon Ite jL2'ue' ,
MaiteTt : 5 leans money saved.Chxpley :
t : tri; V-rexl, pure btood-c:1eanses' the entire ;
systezn--clears i
the br .strengthens digestion and nerves. .
,. ;, r A positive specific for Blood Poison and skin diseases. lPpartmPntnf the Interior. :
w tt :, Drives out Rheumatism and Stops the Pain; ends Malaria; U.H. Luna Ullice at
5 is a wonderful tonic and body.builder. Thousands endorse It, Notice Is hereby given April that 23.Kuannfa 1U11. O ,: >e

Gainer, whose pout ofltce: addrnan, \ Econ. &
F. V. .UPPMAN. SAVANNAH GA.HighClass cember.fine Florida 1010.\ did ills pn In the this-1st ottlcn day ol Sworn Do- .........................

Statementand Apulicutlou, No 078 it niiri>haaa the SE3L Hoi>(.lnn 9tt 1'nivnuliln '
f north-" ,'Hanxe 15 west, Tallahansee t\i i;: .
rid Ian and the limber thereon, under theprovlslous The First [National Bank
.Saw Mill MachineryWe of the act of June 3, 1878, and ,
sets amt the "Timber
>ndat.ortl'IDown",1 OF P$I'4S.xCOL.x, FJ.K
and L awat as might
carry'at our new warehouse* > ',
be fixed by appralsmentandthatpursa
408 and 412 East Day St., a large. ant to noon application, the /land and tlm- Designated Depo.ltary. of the, United: 8tate.. .-
stock of Portable and Stationary her thereon have been appraised at tits j'
Hundred Twento! Dollars, the timber estimated La rarest "
: Engines;Locomotive and Horizontal Oldest and t lank In 'Wcstt Florida ; .
140,000 board feat at Jts.oo per M.
execs: JfLZJ: : cxt: rVL.T 10 -
Return Flue Boilers; Saw-MilU: and 30.000 board feet at SUSO per M., and : -.

It Planers, ;dpers, Saws, Belting 1135.00 the land for 160.00 turpentine and land purposes has a that value laid of Capital Half Million ,,Pollars.; :
and Mill Supplies; also engine and applicant will offer final proof In supportof .
"f saw-tuillrepair. Walso handle the his application and .worn statementon 8Nrplu. and Undivided F rofU., 9lOOOOO. .
the 8th day of July, 1B11, before the .
celebrated line of Hustler Saw Mills Clerk of. the Circuit'Ourt at. Vernoo Interest Paid In JSsvInf c Depsrtmeit Rate ef 4 per cent per Annum. .
and. Erl'Englnea and Boilers. This makes the best Saw: Mill outfit on earth. Florida.Any '

'Get our\.prices before buying. We.can save you pioney." A postal will bring4Travplet. purchase person before Is at entry liberty, or Initiate to proton a POD this* TH;;.. .IRIrst ''Notlpno'. BlRlt. lc : .
.. Write for Illustrated catalog covering: your requirements._ w>st at any time before patent issues, by .'. .
filing a corroborated affidavit In this office -
1'\;;(: Malsby Machinery Co. alleging facts which would defeat > '

h 408 "a 4ra E. Ueiy St. Jack onvlUo.. Flor ides.L the entry. fiE.BY- (I. CHUBB, W. K.W.HTBIT.J.1'0.1m....Prwldant.C..b....... THO .,W.H.mjr. ....t.Cuhler. W.N.f W.HOBUT s.KBVUB.. A....VU'r\>>-Prf
Dlr"14IIF.C,aunt w. A. .
Ulount. w.8. JCu Wm.H. Knowlw. >w x. Hyer.' /
$....t., "' .tLgna.. D..ta/ g..To.ophono. ., No 874. Begltter. W, J,For"ICaowletl U f er. rTo*. W. Brent. ,;

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]'I I Personal IT o'clock Last,Saturday delegates morning from the at differ-30:30 ]j I Town Topics.Chub IT j ,

schools in West Flor- The .
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E. F. Simmons of Atlanta was Wjlliams now sports ja. '.' .
ida met at the Baptist church -
in town Fridav. little Brush auto. '
here form be
to an organization to
I known as the West Florida Baptist First National Bank ,
C. W. Allan of Esto, transacted The w her is already almost ,

business here Friday. Sunday Sunday School Asso- fine eriougb; for a picnic,? / I ., .
1 ciation. As some repairs werebeing :
A. Britt spent Friday nigh made on.the Baptist church Tbe4'School s Board bejcl'is usual l ._ of, Chipley.CAPITAL : 't.

and Saturday in town. the Methodist church was kindly 'monthly meeting Monday. ., j., : ", .
offered and accepted. 50000.00 I ; I, ;',
H. V. Maund of Marianna. wasa Rev. F. C. Hawk presided'overthe Be sure to go to the U. C. V. ;'-,'
visitor here Monday.F. meeting; owing, however to entertainment Friday evening.: SURPLUS, .1 $20,000.00Appreciation. \ I
the absence of several delegates '
L. Owens of. Crestview was from some of the larger Sunday Blackberries will soon come in,* /., ; ..

a visitor here Saturday. schools, the organization was not then we'll live high for a while. K'a: /
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until the session
Attorney J. M. Sapp spent the completed ; The public i school, closes Jn : .,. ., /I"' "' '
in the '
short held
meeting "
"This Bank values the business it receives from its. ,
day at Vernon Monday. afternoon, however.At thrge,4weeks'Thechildten'willthen : : "

A. D. Carmichael was on the 7:30 the evening session was have.' a picnic eve'ry'day.Stand customers, and takes every opportunity of telling :, : :.
held at the Baptist church, quitea "
sick list a few days last week. large crowd of delegates hav- up for what you think is them so. Our customers on the other hand appreciate r

I Senator Buell Cook spent Sat- ing arrived.. The organizationwas right, but don be foolish enoughto the fact that the service extended to them is if--- :

urday night and Sunday at home completed, Rev. F. C. Hawk. deny the same t privilege toothers. -
being- unanimously elected presi coupled with security. Any business arrangement; r rto >,
-T. L. Daniel of the Bradford dent. After the business trans r ;, y '.
Use scre'ens and lime .permanent must be mutually satisfactory >;
,, neighborhood was in town Satur- actions were over, a ladies quar- ,
tett from Marianna beau- and oiher;:disinfectants' wher- '
', ; sang a and profitable. : Therefore, in selecting of :
day.Mrs. tiful selection entitled, "Drifting ever your wisdom suggests flies ,
E. F. Skipper visited with Down'the Valley Toward. the Set- and. mosquitoes may breed your bank, have permanency in view \ /H'C". '
friends here a few days last ting of the Sun/ -l '
'.? we k. Rev. George Hyman of ,.Mari The Masons now have two and establish. yourself for your ,\J..:". ,. i"r t..1',?

anna, then gave a very interest- meeting a month instead of -one -' present and future well-]] ,r'being -
Dr. R. E. Tiller is in the woods ing and IDstruetive'talk on Or- ,
heretofore the
this week looking after his sheep ganized Sunday School Work, af as ; extra meeting with a good :jo...,/' :,)..,
terwhich the association adjourned occurringon the 4th JJriday, night ,. f :-
Lea ttle. '
an( }? ;
ot each month.* f sound band. .
until .
a. m. Sunday. .- hH
/A. L Berien of the easter The hour from 10 to 11 o'clock j:: '
T. C. Jones
has. Box
opened a ', '; "I ,
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Judge Hutchison was up from I from 11 to 12, a general .Sunday interesting game, box ball is a tells usAhe/j..t=,,, -' i
T. C. Jones invites the ladiesof Chipley Bryan
school lesson conducted '
Vernon and spent the week-end was by most healthfuiciercise.: Drop in
Mr. Hawk and Mr. Scbell. Chipley to come the Box Ball will open a school of stenograph, ,
with.his family. in and try a
The next meeting of the Asso- .: alley and play this facinatinggame and typewriting here about.y.the\ ,;; ,

.' rl.--W. O. Wells and wife ;>f A ford ciation will be held at Millville on One fly on any article of food free of charge Friday afternoon nrst of June. The Banner wlsbM,.( ('

'": '?',: visited'vt, ;1th relatives:: here Sunday the'Fifth Saturday and Sunday you consume may mean many from 3 to 6 o'clock. I II es Chipley the,best of success' i In,1..:, ',,'

.. '.\' : and Monday. in.July. I cases!!! of typhoid, _or other dangerous Don't forget. the entertainmentat I I this new enterprise. /f.ti'-(J '

';;;. W. O. Daniel down from 'illness; ,Screen your kitchenand lei sla
; The picnic season and red bugsis the Auditorium Friday even- The would-be funny
.i,;'; Campbellton and spent the week- here. dining room and then 'refuse ing for the benefit of the fund to tors who are wasting the State's't } :

: tend with his family. \ Cqunt Commissioners? were in to use food. fo which..' flies have defray the expenses of two dele- time and money with freak: billsjr:::
access. .
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gates from McMillan to the being sharply criticisedbythe ,
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";, Willie Daniel of Marianna, was session Monday. ,
is ; Confederate reunibn at Little State They arefnotj; '
:'' It figured out by experts that press.
: of relatives
the here Saturday
< guest
Contractor Moore has a crew Rock. sent to Tallahassee]] as c1owns'. :'!"i 'I
,.'r night and Sunday. there is more money in raisinglive .I"; '.f ..1 "
.. men at work making some repairs >;:-
on the Baptist church.If stock and poultry than thereis
vy. D. ')). Tidwell of Clark county, in raising cotton, and the occupation 9 K99O9Q99QQ99O9QQQO999QQQQQ9Q9Q99O99O999O9999OOQQ9QO91When >> ) >> .ti" I

",i. Alabama, spent o few days here you have nothing else to do, is far more pleasant. Why 'i''iA'. ,"', .

,......-,''fir t of the week prospecting. remember that no editor objects not some .of ,our -, Washington. ;!"t. 1 ''. '
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having You Get
new subscriptionsthen -
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..' 7 ''*'; Rev. W A. Prince county-farmers'try: the experi- '
-- :;;: was act accprdingly. ment. _
';< bands with friends and acquaint
May 14th has been set aside I
ances here a day ot two last week Mother's Day. The first of each An exchange talks as follows: I }

month is Father's Day-that' is "Come on, now, for the love of GROCERIES
Misses Nella Wells and Alta
if the bill pushers don't come of- Mike, and let's boost our own ;
Davis spent Saturday the guestof tener. town. Only wood-peckers are
Joel Sapp and family at Oak .
allowed to knock, and all they get ., ; 1 .--'
HiU '" Box Ball by it is big' noise and little j. ?
t a a From '
-, me you are a as- -i /
is sap. Very: seldom do they injure ,
n. Walter Cook and baby* very papular with the ladies in '

eft yesterday for a few weeks other cities. We want the ladiesof i the tree. cured they are, fresh, t

visit with her parents at Greewood. ;; Chipley to try it. Marshal Farrior has succeeded

CHIPLEY Box BALL PARLOR. in putting the streets in ,first- 8 and conform to the :>'
w f'
class condition in fact it'is said
S. ,C. Boyston a prominent citi- Strayed or* Stolen, that Chipley has the best streetsof f! Pure Food taw: "

zen of Jacksonville, was one of the: One dark colored :1 f
medium size any town in West'Florida; but ? ;
business visitors' in the city cow, about 8 or 9'years old; has the sidewalks are nothing to bragon : W..w0 HARVEY :;

Tuesday.. white spot in face; neither mark-: in fact some of them are in ; I

ed or branded has calf with her very poor shape. Why not give {I : ''M1
Jncle Robert ,Jones of Cam ; some attention the 'sidewalks FREE DELIVERY.
'. /pbellton the about two months old. Left I
was guest of Mr. my Mr. Marshal?
(and Mrs. J. E. Minchin Saturdayd place in Chiplev last of March; cccceecoeceecoe6coecoecttcttcececccoeeocccceeooececeeoGbing < ,

*\ Sunday. J should have gone back to rangein ;

vicinity of my farm. Any information -
J. R; Moody, a prosperous na- leading to recovery of .

, val stores operator of the western said cow will be much -
/. of the appreciated like Hot Cakes atOTtGOilMM .
part county was a visitorI" and will willingly)) pay any rea- f'
1 in the city SatQrday.
sonable charges. '

jt, t Snpt. B. ,F.. Gainer' 'returned J. W. BOWEN.' 1!
I f Friday from a few"days trip to ", ;_, .,
j'' Tallahassee} where he witnessed Notice of Examination for Teachers. / ';>!", 'r ,

.... =-- .. tatctjlpeJJin2'r contest. Notice is hereby given that an 'a, F Everyday this weeBSf
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John M. Sims, Jr. of Red L'eve5 .aU 4.c.as1JaIXJ.I Ice Cream Freezers, "I'f. Iffifc / '
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Ala., came in Saturday for a ,
beginning at 8 o'clock, on Tuesday Screen Doors and Windows. "" '
short visit with his brother Louis ,
the 6th day of June, 1911,
T. Sims and family here Rubber Hose. .
e I. and continue for three days. '. '

rs. R. W. VanBrunt and All applicants must provide Fishing Tackle and Trammel Nets. '

by'returned home Saturday afternoon themselves with legal-cap paper, .
from Tallahassee where pens and ink present cirtificate Screen wire and Poultry netting., ,: .

she had beep visiting for a weeft of good moral character, and paya Galvanized Tubs and Buckets.Illuminum .- -,'.,... ', '.

/ fee of $1.
ten day x
GAINER and Eneamel ware. : -
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: W. A. McQuagge Tuesda County Supt. a'
Farm Implements.
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afternoon for Montgomery, Ala./ -
.. / where he will.take a commercial I i Notice of Election. I Buggies. Wagons Harness.: -
Notice la hereby Riven that an election -
t f course at the Massey Business will be held at Pleasant Grove SchoolHouse Everything else in Hardware line. : :' : ,
! V College. Success to you Will. on Tuesday the 80th day of May, :
y I A. D.1911, for the purpose of electing; ., .' '"E'

Ex-Judge J., R. Wells of Panama lage Three to Trustees be levied and and determine collected for the each mll-of Come to see us and make our store headqunrters whin in ,Chipley.?:,'-:
the uccpedlng two
i City, spent Sunday in town, I All qualified voters years.residing within the We guarantee: every transaction, with us will be satisfactory. :
out to Bonifay the after- territory who pay a tax on'real or personal -
going on
j property, shall on entitled to "otP.Iin .
, ,.. noon train. Mr. Wells is a candidate said election." Dunn
The following persons are appointed =Coleman Co. ,
t for Judgeof I.Managers and Clerk, vlzr W. L. Pariah.
D. O. Brock and W. O.Hlnson,
. managers
the new circuit. He is
capa- and O. B. Ulnson,clerk. '
ble'and competent to fill the position May By let order, 1911.of Board Public Instruction General Manager. ::

p and the'Banner hopes Gov. O, B. BUSH, .
Attest: Chairman.
Gilcbrist will give him the place. B. F. CUiKEB, Secretary.

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