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Place of Publication:
Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
November 9, 1911


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Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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“The town that was built on a railroad,” Chipley is the seat of Washington County, located inland in Florida’s Panhandle, just south of the Alabama state line. First known as Orange, this small West Florida community was founded in 1882 in anticipation of the arrival of a railroad that would connect the farming area with markets in Pensacola and Tallahassee and in neighboring Alabama and Georgia. Shortly after the line was completed, Orange was renamed Chipley in honor of William D. Chipley, vice-president of the Pensacola and Atlantic Railroad, a notable figure in the political and economic history of the area and an aggressive lobbyist for railroad land grants. The town’s first newspaper, the Intelligencer, edited by J.C. Langley, also began in 1882. The Intelligencer was renamed the Chipley Banner in 1893 and published under this name until 1943, when it merged with the Washington County News.
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Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
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Gin Notice. CITY MARKET (
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BILL p LETTER Advertiser' of a 'r'recent After Nov. 4th and until earnest solicitations of friends, I 'i
date,' tells of another ''railroadprojected have decided to become a candi- JIM SKINNER Mgr
HEADS R HEADS: further notice the '
in.this"direction., s; date for treasurer: ot Washington '
NOTE I "TbeEufaula, &C taboochee Chipley gins' will run on county, subject to the action of We are still in the meat business : "
:BUSINESS. Valley, Railroad Co., has filed pa- Wednesday and Thursday Democratic primary.. in,the little building: next to i ':
STATEMENTS. N CARD:;; pers i'of incorporation with the F.. M. Russ. Mrs. S. A. Cook's new store, and '
of each week .
CIRCULARS PA11PHLETS secretary of State here today; its : only. will appreciate your patronage. ;\, I'I
MILL 'T COMMISSAR principal place of business is at Chipley Gin Co. Work On ,B. C.: Progressing.The We keep everything: good to 1 .'

CHECKS I CIIE//:. Eufaula, Ala. .. work of buildingthe un- eat-Beef, Pork, Pork Sausage, .
DRAFTS rt :,"'ft is build a. road finished oortion of the B. C. & St. Fish, etc.,and when you get these 'R
RECEIPTS N from some point on the SeaboardAir HUGH.FARRIOR. A. railroad is progaessing satis- things from us you are assured { '\ ;;

WEDDING VISITING Line through Eufaula, to St. DE TIST. factorily, and in a few weeks ofthe,, best."l\ ".
INVITATIONS G CARDS Andrews Bay, .Fla., Intermediate trains will be running from Chip- Prompt Service; ,and Free De- *I '

I ,.. ,points'" determined, lat- Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.ALL Jey to Southport. livery. !
TO ORDERI. er.* ..jWbynot WORK GUARANTEED. The twenty-year dream of 'Phone No. 135. :
; Chipley'get busy and Chipley to be connected with the
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o. o. NOTICE:;: i' see'if she 'can't be one of the intermediatevp6ints Bay by railroad is about to come- .
notice Chipley on'the proposed the when it is
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THE BANNERPUBLISHED Men and Religion Forward Movement \1,"I

It will not be long before the
At Cfalpley P1. entire state of Florida is more or

less locally and vitally concernedwith

WALTER, w. .lONS, Editor-, the Meu and Religion For- TTHse Cool JVlorwli-igss .

Entered at;'the poetoffica at Chipley,Fla., ai ward Movement which, is being
second. class mall matt.r.SUBSCRIPTION. organized from a central office in

BATES: Jacksonville. The movement is \" brings thoughts of winter, J

ONE 'TEAR new, and it appears to be some- "

SIX MONTHS...... ....... ........ ,BO thing very good and worthy of <"; and winter clothing. At no .
THREE MONTHS! .................. .25Advertising 3 "
the earnest consideration of the

-rata tnrnUhed on application. community.the people of all castes in every :.:1ji},: other place in Chipley will .,i i.'J i.
Communications of local Interest on live are topics solicited., especially It- Information from cities where II ;',,,' you find as large and complete '

of Is understood TUB BANNER however will not that be'the responsiblefor puDllsh- similar campaigns have already : .: r
: line of medium
opinions expressed by correspondents. gone far toward their conclusion, ; : and, I,
tends to place the movement 'entirely Ii
TTK BANNER wants a live representative -
underwear and
in the and county correspondent and will at make every liberal postofflce ar out of the class of the old- ii ,. : t' ,heavy wight
ranfcements with the rlgrt parties. time revival. To speak plainly, : ,: '' '
1 at store. "
it seems not to be so ,much for II '. clothing, as our ,
THURSDAY Nov. *>. 1911. the of saving men froman
purpose .
We invite
I orthodox hell, as it is to make your inspectionof

An exchange says Taft is 2,000 lite here and now what it oughtto .
miles, from Salt Lake and one be. The fruits of the workare :, ;,,' these goods and to compare -

year and four months from Salt gathered on earth and at once "
4' the quality and our JA
River. and uot all postponed to the future ,

i i existence and the spiritual with that of
The Southern cotton planterswill realm. '/': prices any oth'.er -' f

never get protection in the The methods employed in fur- ys:" "
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world's markets they or- Is
thering campaign are emI- ,
ganize and protect. ;,.themselves. nently practical and sane. Hys- '. ,', '

; Capt. J. Ed O'Brien of Pensa- teria''' and sensationalism give

cola, will be a candidate at large place to carefully considered and Campbell & Dekle Company.

t make the deliberately executed moves that ,
:. for congress.: Why not
tend to better social conditionsand
of the
F r race for representative
to extend the influence of the
; Third district, Capt.'Ed. s
r .. church into quarters to which it I
;" C. B. Parkhill says he will re- has been rather a stranger here- New Gun Shoots Tweat-Two HiI... W. A. MoR..... D. W. McLxoD J. A. OBMOKIV

o t sign from his position on'the supreme tofore. The men engaged in the The biggest gun in the worldwas President., Vice-President. Soc'ty.-Trelia. t "

court before making the work commend themselves to the built primarily to guard the

race for congress from this dis approval of the people generally.By biggest canal in the world. This Florida Land Title ,& Trust Casa

trict. What will Trammell and its extension work the Men enormous weapon of destructionis '

Burr do? and Religion Forward Movement a sxteen-inch breechloadingrifle OF111arlanria

11 appears to destined. to elevate the newest weapon designed -

The Marianna Times-Courier he: ,tone of society in general, for,the seacoast defense of the :, Fla.
got out a special edition last week breed respect for law and teach United States and its insular

telling ot the agricultural possi- humanity to men. Its police value possessions, the first one com- Places loans on improved farms in any amounts

bilities, of Jackson write county of and the to the state, and the added security pleted being intended for the above $500, on long terms, at low rates of inter-!
gave a up it gives to life and property Panama Canal. The total length
conditions there.Secretary est. and with easy'payments. Call and make your]
is therefore a very materialand of the gun is 49 feet inches; ,it
Meyer 11 II' says the United practical consideration has a diameter of 60 inches at the application early for fall loans.

I,', States spends $10,000,000 a .. I breech, tapering 28 inces at ,J. A. ORMOND Manager

t month on 'its navy. This has the muzzle. If smokeless powderis ,

i been the rate for the past five I WRU8RU.1 used it is estimated that a full MARIANNA FLA!

t, years, thus aggregating the enormous charge of 576 pounds will throwa
of Fred Cox spent Saturday on projectile weighing 2,400 pound,
f. sum $600,000,000. !
The First {National Bank
his farm in the Valley. a distance of 22 miles. The projectile -

/ A. M. C. Russell, candidate for Curtice L. Jones transacted for the monster is 5 feet 4'' OF PEN82WOLX JFJUtt,

14 State Superintendent of Public business in Chipley Tuesday. inces long, and it is calculated I
D .ianat6 Depositary; of the United State*.
Instruction, makes "free books"I that it would go through a steel
the principal feature of his plat- James and Wallis Johns of the plate 42.3 inches thick, if the Oldest and Dank In Weau Florida.CRQANTZEa .

form. Other states have adopt- Porter pond section were here plate was placed at the muzzle; : aTOI/JT :lO,1e60.:

I < ed the plan and proved its effi- Thursday. The weight of this monster is Capital Half 'Million Dollars.I

; .. Why can't Florida do ,A large number of from
ciency. people 130 tons. What would happen toa Surplus and}Undlvlded Profit., 100000. ,
the same thing? this place and community attended vessel hit by one of its project ,
Interest PaW to Sa'I.,i De,., Kale of 4 per cent per Annum.
court at Vernon Thursday.Rev. lies can only be surmised.

s before-breakfast thought of I ... .. ...
the editor of the Gainesville Sun: M. E. Grant returned the THe First: National Batik E

I "Were the Pacific a sea of ink latter part of the week from Ver- By official record the men serving OP PBNSACOLA.w. .

heavens Pike's non where he had been holding a in the Union army and navy .K.: Ht...J.-.P..w.... W.S.KBVBBR.Vice-Pros
anc the a canopy W.J.J'o..... Caenler. TBoe.W.HBBXT.ABB!.Cathler. W.N. Roasts A...Coehtor
Peak stool on which to sit anda protracted meeting, during the war between the 1Irec1an-F.; C.Brant. W. A.Blouat. W.6. Keraer.: Wm.H. Knowlee, W,K.Hyer.
a W.J.Faroes. KoowUB: H. r.- Thoa..W.Brent. '
thousand years in which to Mr. Walters and wife of Hazle- states numbered 2,213,265. Of
write, the theme would be incom- hurst, Ga., came in the past weekto
this number there are now 529- . . .
plete for lack of space on which spend some time with C. ,A. .
884 ori: the pension" rolls. The
to write and ink enough to tell Grubbs and wife. Much will be

the advantages, beauties and op- done to make their visit pleasant. deaths among them last year Neat Printing : ,

portunities that Florida offers. were 35,243. 'rhe average age of
Dana J. Jones of Camobellton, the survivors at present is. 70 : Creates a good impression ; :
who has been spending few
'f, Bad roads cost, the people of days years. Now that this intorma- .
the United States 12.50"a head" with his parents west of town, tion is at hand we should really among your correspondents : i

each year, says the Kansas City returned home the past week, like to know bow 'many, of these I and I
to business
much' in helps give -
improved health and
accompanied 111 your
// Star. This is the waste computed 529,884 who are on the, pension

: : from government statistics. ler. by a large turkey gob- rolls actually saw service in the : prestige.We : ,

It represents extra expense of war., r

i hauling foodstuffs to market over "We are informed that actually do Neat Printing

bad roads contrasted with the work being done on the B., C. SICKLY CHILD f i I i-
at Reasonable Prices.
), expense of same over good roads. railroad south of Macom; but as" .
That loss is much more than Pinelog and Sweetwater creeksare Made Well By Vinol Letters '
ti the total of all the revenues of to be crossed we cannot say from a Grateful Mother Banner Job Office f I Ir H

the nation and the forty-six states how long it will take to connect .New Haven. Conn. -"Mr little Ctrl, . . . . . .
ever since her birth was) rail snail ,
for the same .period.. .. with the road from Southport. sickly and nothing seemed to do her; -r .
any good until we tried ;your cod llr-1 "
The John H. Sparks world famous
What Champ Clark Favors.In cr and iron tonic VlnoL A* soon as
show that is to be in Chip- he commenced to .take It. I noticed Bii .
a speech at Freemont, Neb. ley on the 10th is,well advertisedin nil improvement in her health\ and ap- YOU WAHTJO" .
one day last week, Champ Clark. this part of the county. We pearance.> She has now taken three ,
bottles of Vlnol. and from the rood Itbu .
informed that the B. C. rail-
said are
: done her I can say: It will do all ,
"Nine-tenths of the people of road will run an excursion 'on you claim for'it in building up and That question will be asked you almost dally by business men seeking your
that day to accommodate those _rricd..1 if l yon qualify-take the Draughon Training and show ambition to rise.
trengthenlng and chil-
r- this country favor the annexationof delicate More BANKERS Indorse DRAUGHON'S Colleges)than indorse all other business
who want to attend.E. dren. (Name furnished on request)
colleges; Colleges In 18 States. International reputation.
Canada. He addee further: Another mother of Chicago 111.. ....,.... Ty.swritle.. >rakMBta. Karllib. RvelllarvAritaaietle.; :letter WriUni. Baalaeaf
"You let me run for presidenton S. Tiller of this place has writes: "I can not say too much In low-raa.all/aryan.e Good rOSIT wi4GUARAWfZIiDunder reasonable condition..
annexation bought 80 acres of land 3 miles praise of Vlnol for delicate ailing ............ Bookkeepers all over Ho .Stvdy. Thousands of lJa,,-eIlSA-
Jr a platform calling for children." the United State M? that Draughon's ten, bookkeepers, and stenographers are {
/ of Canada, insofar as this coun- west of town from Alford Bros. We ask mother of frail New System of Bookkeeping saves' them holding good positions. the result of
very from 25 to 50 per cent In work and worry taking Drattghon's Home Study.
Co., and is clearing ot it and
try can accomplish that end, and sickly or ailing child In this vicinity Sfcertlwski. Practically all U.,8. official CATALOGUE. For prices on lessons
hauling'material tc build a nice I to try Vlnol on our agreement to return write the ,
/ let President 'raft run against court reporters System of BY MAIL write JNo.: F. DRACGHON.
dwelling. Seaborn is a their money If It does sot. do all Shorthand Draughon Colleges teach. President, NsskvUlo, Tsnn. For fretl cat-
me, opposing annexation, and I sive young man, and we proe-res-I we claim. Wttyt Because they know It is tki 4 sl. &Iop.OD course A T COLLEGE write ,
will carry every state in the Un- to say he will soon have S. E. McGeachy Druggist, DBAUGHON.S> PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE
ion." ) ble farm and home. Chipley Fla. JetfcisentPe,Wl...... AtUaia,Cev,........._M. taom.ey.Ale.Yf .


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Exoltlnfl Sport for Tourists Mad Safe (*(May 'ti e Gigantic Submarine Capable *WI.*yOM Moro-4liv..Kn.w ft Would -j F ,
by Marvoloui. Skill of Native of Diving Below' Surface After N6t' Com..Tilt tN. WindDuring ,

Boatmen. j l Firing Broadside. Shifted. ; JOB \

The rapids on the Hodzu: river Albert Knox, discussing in Tbe1 tlerrery times my father .

near Kyoto must fill even the moat 'Navy the necessity of a new styli of owtietf a splendid negro man who,, ,, I

1 I Ia blase of tourists with excitement. A warship, says that if modern steel however; was rather, liberal In his i'J

train from Kyoto climbs slowly and protective armor has failed to an- rellgioua views,.ana: waa classed by I

{ painfully upward until finally it deposits swer the. purpose for which it was, his- more emotional fellows as a PRINTING

its passengers at a quaint little manufactured: fact that seems to, upl1Onbi&fl l/' There had been a .' ,1

siding. have' been demonstrated beyond dis-' continued/ d .' wght> and pious be x' ; '

From here, says the Wide World, pute by the experiments on the San lievers black, and white,, were to :,

one goes to ,the river bank and anv, Marcos! -then heavily armored ships> pray'for'ttuft. Otti Sunday morning a'

barks in a rude,' flat-bottomed boat, df War may soon be things of the 'm ;.f fher' found Henry, surreptitiously :' ,' ':'': : i :

which is pushed out by four men past and modern battleships must '' !be 1g-''It ,tilt of late corn ,Creates'a good impression ; : t

into the middle of a broad river, seek new means and methods of protection -,I of 'Ms' cabin, instead of going: to( ;' among your cor- :

f' reed-edged and sleepy. from the attack of, or while;; churdli: ,/ ,

For a' few minutes one- glides attacking, an equal or superior en"' "I'fls sut rUod; Henry/' said my .., respondents and helps .

dreamily along; then, rounding a emy. Among the methods might be: father. ''why are you not at the : I'

curve, one suddenly hears the roar suggested increased speed, greater' meeting to,, pray for' :rain with the to give your business ,:
of water 'and the boat tears down of if ''' '
accuracy gunfire ( possible),! other? prestige.'I'

'k rapid, just missing the banks on shortened time for finding ranger Ilsirr y sMftadf foot' to .'

I each side. The,high banks race'past, Even ''with' these points of superiority '.. the other and looked at his master. "

'if' death appears imminent, and then, the .future' battleship needs as a': quiizically. 'I

-f with one mad swirl, it is allover requirement of paramount impoT- : Tow Marae George* he said

:' and the !boat is on tho quiet unruffled tance the ability to hide or to become 'apologetically,, "youu. know an' I We Do Neat Printing :

stream once more. invisible to the enemy. Of know, 'taxn't"gwiae to rain nohow .-1 ,

f This happens again and again for course this requirement can only be'' 'till < &' win' shifta.Exchange. J.-

nearly an.hour. At firet: one's whole met by the future' Dreadnought being At Reasonable Prices.Give :,

ry}'; mind is filled with the conviction a gigantic submarine capable of I i hJ am' HBetl lit 'recommend Cbumber- '. ..."I
'\ ." that an accident must happen, but diving below the surface of the sea ]liiln'i t.. U@'b'lte: ra Jy an tbe best thing 1 :'

l< gradually comes 'a delicious feeling after firing a broadside and reappearing I.ft nOW of and leAtt( remedy for coughs eoldaan ', ': ,II

,:,): of safety as one notes the marvelous in an unexpected place. That *bronchtsftrorible,"writes Mrs. U U,' ''I', ,. '
r skill these men' show in piloting the such, battleships will be built within Arnold of enter, fblo: We have used It '
repeatetlly; < aria' it bft never failed to give ,; : : us your next order i.: t
boat the and the is with
through seething rapids coming century entirely relief', for sale by'All Dealers ,.
one is able to appreciate the beauty in the range of probability. > and we will give ',you perfect :

,: of the scene.
For paid In the side or chest dampen a EFFCTIVE'DISGUISE ;\,: satisfaction, thus''j'''

piece of flannel with Cbamburlalo.a Llolmeni "
A KATIlKll'S VENGEANCE making, you one of our
and bind It over the seat ot the pain ;
.j would have fallen on any one who atraeked .fattier io-noahlntf better. For Hale by All ,t:, !
the HOn od'eter Bandy or South Hock wood, regular customers. \
Mich., but bo was powerless before attacks -- f )'" .' i
of Kidney trouble. Doctors could not help 9N I r
him he wroteBO at last we gave blrto Eleo-) DoHlers.BAV ", I

talc Hitters and he improved wonderlullv 4. 'I.r I' '"
from taklll 'ilx tiottlea. Its the best kidney i
medicine I ever saw Backache, tired feel- :, :::;<: .
InK, nervousness, loss of appetite, warn of .. : THECHIPLEY
,'.. ,' kidney trouble that may cud In dropsy, dia- We will send the Banner free for i'
''1't.) ; lietia or Jirlght'B disease Beware Take .
; t-lectrlo Hitter and bo safe Every bottle the term of this school to
:? ltuitr.tnt.epd. 500 at S. McGeauby's. I,I G IT BANNER Ifs

.",Jj. Ii, _.. To Every White. TeacherIn Alw I

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Washington CountyWho Fla. '
APPROPRIATE Chipley, rj '

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will send us the news df L. r; 7j" '

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their community each week or ... *

every two weeks at least. 'the' Novelist''' "dppottuniterer /

knock upon ;your door?
Correspondents may write on The Poet-If It aid It must have The New York .World We promptly obtain II. 8. and Foreign

ally subject of general interest.' been dleliised as fc wolf. Thrice-a-week Eeditioa. '...

She:=I. 'felt 'Very awkward in myChamoerlala's : :-
Our only is that they refrain "
,., request TheThrlco-a week World hopes to bfIu
atoroaob and Liver Tablets 1908 a better paper than It has ever
{ of Seutl model, e/luvnitlon lor
from using any iitttaa or pt.oto
been before,,and It has made Its arrangements : book '
do not sicken or gripe, and may be taken free
with perfect safety by tbe most delicate accordingly. Its news service COY Patent' 14RADF-r1ARKS woo' i
in calculated to give _
person a way woman or toe youngest cblfd. 'Tbe old era the entire globe, and It reports .everything ,

and feeble ulll also dod them a most cub able fully, promptly and accurately. It j
offense. remedy for aiding sad trtlIgtyenlng la the only] paper not a dally, which la aa
their weakened digestion and for regulating( Rood as a dally, and which wilt keep YOU
Let Hear tbe bowels.' For tale by'All Dealers. as completely] Informed of what. Is happening
us : throughout the world. Opposite U. S. Patent Office] f'I,
i KLECTRICITY IN THE AIR. The Thrice-a week World Is fair In Its WASHINGTON D. C.

I ............. political] reports. You can set the truth
From You. From Its columns, Whether you are a Republican '
W. have
; The Cur-What's your name? comparatively new Democrat, and that I III what
. The ":Dachs"-My mistress calls trouble with' >Uf ,teeth in Which the you want.A or. W FDOUGL&

7'1 c me "Linked Sweetness," but why, I We want the News teeth! loosen in the jaw 'without apparent speolal] feature of the Thrlce-a-weck l lTHE
don't know. i edttse I and drop'I out, leafing World has always been Its serial fiction $3$3 &s4.S O ..lBO'Y

the dentist in mystery. In these'reeent tpnbllshas[ novels by the brat !authors' In 5
the world, noves wblcn In book form soil .
I ydate'the 'gttberal tendency-
for $1.50 apiece, and Its high standard In
ward baldness has been marked
: as maintained In the future
this respect will bo
.; ,Homer Military School unusually'apparent, Are the electric as In the past.
Wares tased night and day in wireless The Tbrl o-u..wl'ek World's regular s t
1831 1909.
Oxford.North t IFWinaClasslcal.SctentlOoandEngltehCoaraee. telegraphy cause subscription price Is only $l.X) per year
Prepares for Col Professor and this pay: for 150 papers 'We offer
Hetoaingrtrnller 'auapecta
loge Ualverulty or Government AcademieM. Military thin unequalled/ newspaper und The Ban
training develops prompt obedience and manly carriage. (they may' be. The effect: 6f 'electrolysis -
for one for $1.05.: The
i Academy > year old. with experienced teacher seturinthe or together year
dine with, be principal and ladles: ol his family i marked as it 'eacapds fromthe'cables regnlar subscription price of the two 'pa
11 Ie. Cultivates and educate Modern
culture of home '
building, perfectsanltatlonwholemome fare no crowding. of a power station.. He pars, Is 3.oa).
t Vent moral, D1ent .l..physical and loclal training. /Shady; that in'the'' of wireless
lawn athletic nark, one quarter mile running track Boo says sending a '
A acres. Ideal climate, helpful environment. In the social noted message'only'one'mile, that portionof t14 6O YEARS
atmosphere of refined Christian people. The town
for over a century aa an educational centre. the electrical'energy used is only EXPERIENCE
Catalogues ready for distributing
t- HORNER MILITARY SCHOOL l-300,000,000ths of the energy ex. '
I.. Col.J.C. Homer.Principal.Oxford. N. C. pended. The rest goes into the air. LARGEST MAKER AND FJETA''!! ,

'" "I I have worn W. a.. Oouclus' shoe* for .i
TRADE MA"KS past six yean, and always tend they. are
"If all your fault, Eve," mut- '',:,t W I DSSMGN Ac.len ., superior and toll durability.! other high" erudo W.C.JOtIr'ihr>. :: ...vaomfort
tend Adam, when'he heard that 11 COPYRIGHTS lie Howard Ave.. Uclr.r. N. v
Anyone rsndhg:i: a.kclrh; and de.ortptlnn may If I could take into largo f" <
) my
Abel had been galoklr. Mrerlnla" ear(:I udon I free whether' anInreatlnt you
killed. "This comes IN Vrnenby 'at 1 .(''omltluo' tories at Brockton, Mass., anil show ;yn Irl i
of the dens"lrlell ly rn olll'ntenta ..?. .
how W. L. >
way you've been raising ire.. t1I'i. c ewoy forraoudig' patents. carefully Douglas .os
= Mona 4 Co. teat'sinstal made, would realize why thiy lio! I
mrWi ; Cain. ndltw u1pout Ob....,in the you
1 their shape, fit better wear longer, 4\ I
i. II ]] STARTS MUCH 'l'1l0UIJLI! Scientific ,Jlmer-can : roof IJrterva1ue than any other m*';. .
P.\,>''t.CJN-IJee'h"C W.1..nonll"'..nnnii*:u.d.I: I
If all people knew that neglect ot constipation AbandeornuylllnaftnIMtweakly.. L.raatottt'' 'a ni':> < ) .Nl..lnmrl 4tin'.. .
) m..3" urr..1.ilar. uunticyeWOt
journal. .
: eultttton < f antlenIeo If y | '' i l '
..wIi' j. ; ,,., would result In severe indigestion, ear t fear ,ti. dot.I .ru.turatudOnlerCapluu.; w 1.1.k.u"u. I'm..t..,aklaw
.. = .. [ & : :;"N' w"VilrkIir.Doh
'7/Jf! Co
4''f' ,,.- -- .;;:Il! jaundice or liver trouble, they would! soon 881a
-' oW "" Ii""'' .E;"" take Dr. King's Mew Life rill., end end It. Ulna 025 F fit.Washington,U.C.
Its the only safe way. Best fonbilllousneuneadaobe CURTIS L. JONES

[rmt1lUm: TONEtSCHQOL FOR GIRLS dyspepsia, .chill and debility' '
25o at ". K. McOeacby's. R. F. SCARLETT Notary Public State at Large.
Eatabliahed ia 1894. The aim of the school Is clearly set forth by Its ,
"TbormiKh instruction under positively Christina influences at the lowest
entrusted to
AH business
MU11U The school was possible established coat."by the Methodist" Church,not to make money, but to famish COOK. & McRA'B, Notary Public.Real .
a place where trine can be given thorough trainina hi body mind and'heart at a moderate my care will have my prompt
cost The object has been'o fully carried out that..aRESULT Attorney; at Law.
It'day, with Its of 82.Its).boarding patronage of ace and Its ;
I : building and grounds weed,UO,000 I VOfflct Sfs Cklplty. Slats auk.I Estate Handled. attention. Fees reasonable.

Careful attention given all matters entrustto
r pays all charges for the year including the table beard roan Ilchta steam a specialty.Office .
$' a 0 heat, laundry, medical attention, physical cUKara,and tuition In.subjects II' my care. Collections made... +
i. V except mu.l.and elocution. Apply for eatalocne and application blank to AlreHtldrYMimsslMe'tlatB-'and' Ore-tested In1 Wausau Florida
REV.JAMES CANNON HL(...A.;......lpaI.81acketo es.V.of nraaceooDiDsakM.. In First National Bank.', ,

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, HoUl Room Clerk Still Drawing Dlvl DO YOU KNOW

'f,";" lS Church Directory. dandy on fltook Given Him Indigestioncauses :
.' M. E. Church, South.-Preaching every for a ".vor. That now is the time to build that home or business house .
3rd at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. ,
I" ? st and Sunday have been considering The present business depression
I" S L.Sabbath II. Chapuelle School, Pal 10( tor.a. m. W. N. Sheats The room clerk took out a check heartburn, sour has reduced the price of lumber and building materials; labor .-

'. + Superintendent. for $1.60 drawn on a Philadelphiabank stomach, nervousness : Is cheap and plentiful, and you can build now for 25 to 50 per .
I ,S. Prayer Meeting Thursday nlghti. and'more cent less than in |
Young Men's prayer meeting Tuesdaynights. and, indorsed it. "That's my nausea impure blood, e

''I: Everybody cordially Invited. semi-annual dividend," he remarked., trouble than many UNE 1907 OR JUNE 1908.
I" "One about six different kinds of diseases. |
night years ago
i'' Baptist Church-Preaching every 2nd The food eat fermentsin S
r" and 4th Sunday. Rev. Baxter.pastor. a man telephoned over to me from you a When you think of lumber orjbullding1 material, think of us Sand
,," Sabbath School 10 a. m., F.. C. Hawk,, Philadelphia to that he had left I your stomach, and the the fact that we have completed a modern up-to-date mill- *5
I' '.' Superlnteneent. say poisons it forms are absorbed work mill, and can fnntish everything made of wood used in R
r',' I /I Prayer Meeting Wednesday nights. some valuable patented models be- comb and that
:, : ',' '" into your whole a building from sills to we can eDO
, ,:, f -** '_'."_'- "_' '" '"' "r'L ""' -"- --"" _"_ *- hind. He said he was afraid to trustan system, causing many distressing .
, 4 ;.. PostofBca Directory.Office ordinary messenger, and asked if symptoms. At the QUICK. e

"I :;i/" 14/V ',I' Sundays.hours 7:30: a. m. to 7:00: p m.; except I could arrange to bring the things first sign of indigestion try e Sash Mouldings Framing Bank ee
1', ''. ., 4 *,''AJJ> Bast-bound mall 10:20 a.m'i'It' over myself. I was to go off duty at B.J Doors Casings Flooring DrugStore e
; : ; Base CeilingSiding
{ "" r jft ,West-bound mall closes at 8:10 p.m. eleven o'clock, so I caught the mid- Blinds Frames Finish Fixtures. "'iii'r '

) ,; ) at 10 night train, delivered the models, Bedford'sBlackDraught' p
: leaves on arrival bound
j till \ !
J ?f and mail I of the east and was back in good time for my r tlon Estimates if desired.cheerfully furnished. Freight paid to vour sta- .

I \ //1'; ., rkro' le '"' Sunday hours: 11:30 m., to 12:80 p. m., :work next day, which began at noon. '

I lill, r "" } r Money Orders Issued at all hours when The owner ,of the models paid all : MARIANNA MANUFACTURING CO. :
\ ". '1; office Is open, except Sundays. ,
I .T P SCHBLL. P. M my expenses, and then gave me $100 0le
\t',f.; ,;' R; T'' i worth of stock in the concern he had $ MARIANNA, FLA.

I I t.t!J: ? G '' Our Clubbing; Uat just formed. I did not think any- the old, reliable, vegetable LONG DISTANCE MONB .a. e

,, '' BANNER and Semi-weekly Atlanta thing much of it, but in she months I liver powder, to quickly :

'"'I.. '. I i Journal, per.: year $1.75. arrived a check for $1.50, and I have cleanse your system from ........................ ;
'r: \ BANNER and Thrice .week New York drawn altogether $18 in the same these undesirable poisons.
: World $1.65. -
I' ? per year ,
Not bad little ehP"-
I ': BANNER and Semi-weekly TImesUnn way. a Mrs. Riley I Laramore, of
: \ \ ft?. n and Citizen, per year, $1.50. I New York Sun.TRIFLE8 f I floodwater Mo., says: II UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. Florida State College For Women'

BANNER and Home and Farm, per year suffered for years from dyspepsia GAINESVILLEA TALLAHASSEE
t,, I heartburn. Thedford's
$1.25/ I AMUSED JOHNSON and Superior But Inexpensive Institution for College of ArU and Sciences. Normal SchoolSchool ',
I Btack-Dritught, in small-doses, Florida YoungMen.. of Music.Schoo",ol Art. School ol Ezpreikm. ,
I cured my heartburn in a few School of Home Economic..
General Directory. From Boswell's Life of Johnson : days, and now I can eat without Univereltyextensiony Four colleges, allt"lculturaluperlment. 46 professor: and tatlon aMiatanta. First clas. equipment tbrouabout. .Tultiu
free. Other ti pen Bern very low. For Informal!
distress. Try it. .. 80 per cent increase In attendance l last address,
"In: of Doctor Johnson's .
STATE OFFICIALS.S one manuscript year. Attractive buildings and campus. For
; diaries there is the following Insist Thedford's catalogue address A. A. MVRPHIEE.PruMeit. EDWAID CONRADI. Preside. ,?.
Governor-Alber W, Ollcbrllt.I on '\
entry, which marks his curious minute
)t.. Secretary of StateH.. Clay Crawford.Attorney .
Trammell. attention: 'July 26, 1768: I W.U.MILTON. M..I.. DEKLE. F. M. GOLSON.: :
General- Park
: shaved my nail by accident in whetting --. President. Vice-President Cashier.
; Com Agriculture-B. E. McLln. i
the knife about an eighth of an I
'rS. Treasurer-Wm V. Knott., .
; inch :from the bottom and about a GOOD TITLE First National Bank.Capital.
f. Supt. Public Instruction-W. M llo'loway. I .
I ar fourth from the top. This I meas-

I that I know the of NNA FLA.
;': i'' Comptroller. C. Croom. ure may growth .

I r' "Supreme Court-Thoa. M. Shackleford, nails ,And 'August 15, 1783, I cut

;. Chief Justice: M. H. Mabry, Cler*. from the vine 41 leaves which Capital: $50,000.00 .

gk Railroad Commlssfon. Hudson Burr,, weighed five ounces and a half and Solicits Accounts of'Banks, Corporations, Firms and Individuals.

i'. N Chairman; R. C. Dunn, Clerk. eight scruples. I lay them my
, i upon Our twenty'years experience: in the banking business enables us to offer
; '' Judge first ;judicial circuit-'J. Emmett bookcase, to see what weight they you the best banking facilities of any bank in West Florida. We also have a

a' Wolfe Pensacola. will lose by drying. fully equipped Savings Department In which we pay irterest on deposits. .Ac
circuit. counts by mall handled as easily as by personal interview.
5t:5 State Solicitor: first judicial
'' Send us your business.
L. Wilson. ,
7; .
U. S. LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS. L. Mock of Mack, Ark., believes be
U. Gainesville Fla. baa saved many lives In his 20 years of experience
P S. Chubb, Register, ,
1'' in the drug business. What 1 always Physicians Advise
Warren Receiver, Gainesville.
Shields ,
t like to do, be writes, is recommend _
br King's New Discovery for weak; sore the use of a goodlaxatlve, to keep the bowels open and prevent the poisons of undigested
WASHINGTON COUNTY OFFICERS. lungs bard colds, hoarseness; obstinate food from getOnglnto your system.

Circuit Clerk-W. O. Lockey.Vernon. cough, la grip; croup, asthma or other U The latest product of science! I ls VELVO Laxative Uver Syrup, purely vegetable, gentle
reliable and of a pleasant, aromatic taste. Velvo acts on the liver, as well as on the
1 affections,lor I feel that a
,,,. County Judge- -I. A. Hutchison Vernon. bronchial stomach and bowels, and Is of the. greatest possible efficacy In constipation Indigestion,
; Sheriff(). G. Allen, Chlpley. number of my neighbors are alive and well biliousness, sick headache, feverishness, COllc:, &tuleDCe. etc. Try VF 1
' a Trea.surer-H.Tiller, Vernon. today because they took my advice to use it ha ?

' ;, fax Asssssor-J.J; Williams, Chipley. I honestly bellnve Its the best throat and
t' o Tax Collector-W, B. Gainer, Kconnna.!: lung medicine that's made. Easy to prove' Barter's Kromp-Pm writing a LAXATIVE

+''' Supt. Public Instruction-B.. F Gainer, he's right Get a trial bottle tree or regular history of the gas company. Canyon
?' Wausau. 60o or '1.00 bottle. Guaranteed by S. E. I'ELVO
suggest a suitable title?
Supervisor of ReitlnratoloD.I. W. HcGeachy. Henry Wise Yea; "The Chargeof
Gainer Econflna.Conntv: .- -
' 'z' Hollcitor A, D.., Carmichael, the Light Brigade. .
4t .
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\ S Chipley.
'- County Surveyor-Thos.Collins, Cary, HEARTY ANQEVIN8. I do not believe there in any other meal-:

vllle Fla, clue BO good for whooping cough at Chem

County. Commissioners. ; ". The Angevins are substantial eaters berlaln's Cough{ Remedy, writes Mrs. Francis .
U ''"S and hard drinkers. The wine of Turpin, Junction City Ore. The remBdy .
J. T. Chairman, Vernon. Good
High tower. fora
{ M a
< A.C. Gilbert Chlpley. ,. the country is stronger than :further is I also unsurpassed for colds" and croup Slogan

ds-, S. L. Davis, Wausau.Y ,..*.,*t' ,I',>, ,south: and, as they argue, "bien For sale by All,Dealers. .

J. U. Porter Mlllvllle. ', 4(' traitre..n They are also fond of "aperitifs" -- Bigger 'and Better Business.
U. F. Gnno, Santa; Rosa.School "
at odd hours, and like their
Board: liquors with their coffee. The Countde .+N...n...i...dt..thiS..
G. B. Bush Chairman, Orange Bill

h' 'S.'J.Gainer. St. Andrew Millefleurs recently found fault Are things going; to the bad when DON'T BLOCK THE WAYI .

v. + ',. ( W. F.Ross,, Verson..N ., with one of his friends for only hay General :Secretary Marion Lawrence !

.I" -.t.; ing two small glasses of brandy aft reach \)is able to report to the International

(e) ; CUIPLEY"CITY OFFICIALS.. meal-'Every one here drinksfour" ',Sunday School oonvention in 'Sjan Move as fast as the procession-or move out. Take the

....+; Mayor-U. U. Wells.MarshalEl. and then talked of of his
one of the in
\ n ? Francisco a Sunday school attend', pace company you are or make way for.the,. man
M. Farrlor.Clerk
i S and Treasurer-W. W. Cook. neighbors who said that a bottle of nee,in this country,only a few thousands ,i behind. '

'k; r > -' Council} -A. D. Carmichael,' chairman, wine felt,inside him very much like short of 16,000,000 Since

.,,:1' C..B.Dunn. K. McGeachy C. B. Tbarp a mouse in a cathedral. They have, the last convention three years ago,

:J i W. O. Butler, Jr. however, been perhaps unjustly'' maligned ,I the, increase in enrollment has been Don't stand n the way of new ideas. Don't pause in the

:\,:, .- in the "Angevin, sac.a 1,431OO6-itsell.not a bad sign. In path of better.system.' Don't settle down on the ladder oft

i f' Tin," but they, certainly do drink the numerous new organizations' being success., Don't,be a barnacle on the ship of pregress.Changermeana .,
The Banner more>than most Frenchmen, who, .planned] for the church,. the; Sun

particularly in the south, are remarkably day school remains the best as well progress. Progress:m'ean advancement
ELS the oldest, rightly styled .the

.; .... view strong right arm of the church. Ad..a n cam en t mean s __..____... M oval
.' Cliipley, ,tla.t. "Long may,it wave 1"-Leslie's. '

.' Stands for the Upbuftdlaf, of "No one knows until he makes the ,
S .I wouldn't let a doctor out' my loot off,
try said a man who was lookingfor
Chipley aid fl D Elf. Bantam,O.,, altho a horrible
r "something,to do," "now. hard it uloor had been the.plague of my life tor four .

J is to get into,the army. I ,am down years Instead 1 ,used ,Bucklln's Arnica 1 1 .

., Y Washington County. and outand I thought ,that would Sttlfit and my loot was soon completely cur irm City ,

r be a good three-year1 job. On the ed. IJealB burns, bolls, Acres, bruises,, exr ;
tt t And Florida; reins pimples,coins;,surest.,''lie cure 25o to write fox' nur confidential letter b.fore an.. Barber',11 I1
that I tried others did '
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same day .
at S. 11:. MrGeaobya. plying for patent; It maT be worth mon.,. : : t'f:,
-'- and 'notion got in. Bad ,eyes, ,bad .- We promptly obtain U.tL mod FOAleD"PATENTS o'J. l//' e

::;' Subscription"? $1 I, Per Year. booked teeth ,and against all torts you.. of One things'are fellow who A. G. McQtiagge, and T Ir Shop.Wo .. : J.J"i',.,1{",

orEya -dead ntodeel I
T IRE att Cia. Ste
,I ', went'with me,got,'Ike' :put after his Notary Public orphotoaud weMud alIMMEDAT : "
,. W'afUng. -
FREE report on poIten iblbiJ''. _
when shut him out.' We alv
\ make of' name they he'Scsl i legal,MrrioVand adito sad
n We
a Specialty State at Large. oar '
didn't know ,until .the sergeant, told charges are mod.rmt .. Try OB. 3 Barbers 3
'* .
Neat,'. ', uc that it meant "Insufficient, knowl! 0 SWIFT & CO.,
of I). CARMIVIIA'E) ] J' Patont Lawyer
S S edge English. A *, to-Now.
Everything Up-
Artistic "
Opp. U.S. Patent
t.I 'r' : Attorney LAW. OfficeWashington, D.C. -
4j Shave, ._... .... 15c.
Commercial JPrintlng There Is little danger from a cold or from q.ColleoUoes, Specialty*: Haircuttlng2Sc.

j ., an' attack ot the grip except: : whan followedby t CJifplev;; 'Ia. ''REST AND HEALTH TQ Mama AI m INf J. Shampoo . ... .. 25c.
'f pneumonia, and this never happens It Milo.WllCSLOW'Sined 800TRlJro Srsrv kuMOTHRS Massage, ._ .... ._.. 25c.
i Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ,is used.Tbia.remedy for over SIXTY YJC.RII by IUI.IJOKII .t Hair Singe, ....".i 2Ser

., ?b The Banner : ; has woatts great reputation D[ J. J ONES.OMJPLEY KTflINO the for'with theirCHILDREN P8RJI.8CT aucC1t8 WHJIJC II =

.." and extensive sale' bv its remarkable,, cures : .', IIOOTH88 the : .re CHILD 8OPTJN8 WIND!: the cuss all4. We Solicit Your Patronage.
of oolda and grip and can be- relied upon ,11. beat. edyifor DRRS1AAaait a.ii t. aboo '
\ Xttorney-A''Law. .Iutel, Very Respectfully
sale Be sure and uk tar "Mrs.
W'It1l.lmpllcl&confidence. For by All .
Chipley, ,Fla. Dealers. .,. IdiA II' 1WI4.WID.Iow'Twentrav.o.ataSbotu.Soothing!" Syrup "sad,'taU sw.taee. W., D. Peters, Propr.

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Prickly Poke Root and Potassium) dChipley .

' Prompt Powerful, Permanent :. ,, Well Citizens This Evidence.Proof Should.Weigh Wire Fenc' t.

t Its beneficial effects Stubborn' easel Good results are i i'
are usually yiold to P. P. P. I..tlng--It cures of merit lies in the evidence.
' felt very quickly when* other are useless medicine you to stay cured* Convincing evidence In Chlpley.

Is not the testimony of strangers.
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P,8 P. P. y But the endorsement. of Chipley peo ."",.,. IL +qc

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That' the,kind of proof given here. '
Makes: rich, red, pure blood-cleanses the entire. sy
system-clears the brain-strengthens digestion and nerves.A The statement aChipley citizen. 8 II ',hl
i Mrs. A. E. Helton of Chlpley, Fla., 30
positive specific for Blood Poison and skin diseases. i
says: "The public statement I gave 811m III
Drives out Rheumatism and Stops the' Pain; ends Malaria;, three yearg ago recommending Doan'aKidney 24
i' is a wonderful tonic and body-builder. Thousands endorse,it. Pills was entirely correct and'I 5J !) 1 '

' F. V. UPPMAN, SAVANNAH, GA. gladlY confirm it. This remedy has 43 I ...---
never failed to give prompt relief whenwe 4 ,;,\ = ,I IY.V

have had occasion to use it." Iii I :x.-: .
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The Carleston News said bww, ..____... ,
. and Courier I About the only news of special On May ?, 1908, Mrs. Helton : 'rn..w Wr.-.w .w.rYww w. ,'

. says the "sweetest, lips are i importance, or interest from the "A member of my family had a severe e aP

those' that are never kissed, if Turkish-Italian war during: the ago attack which of typhoid left his fever kidneys about weak a year and : Just a ,word Farmers and Fence Builders: : ';
there are any. But this can not past two or three weeks is the dIsordered.' After that he was scarce It ItHaving
have been the experience of the $
announcement that Italian sol- $
ly free from backache and the least g
'Charleston paragrapher. How made a deal for Ten Car Loads ,
diers caused : e
are allowed cigars as part work a tired worn-out feeling.A
can the nectar of the ruby dynamos -
be guaged unless tested? ot their daily rations. relative advised a trial ,of Doan's : of the Best American Steel Wire Fence, wee jj
Kidney Pills and' this remedy was obtained
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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. at McGeachy's drug, !store... Its '
are in position to make you better prices G ",
College of Agriculture Department of the Interior, use brought relief from the pain and 'J
U. S. Land Oflico at Gainesville, Flu. sooeness' and acted as a tonic to the entire e

University of,, Florida.Offers Notice Ish reby given October that 21 Raliioy-lilrd, lull system." e than ever before. 0 : .(;

in Agriculture: A 4-year of Wausau, Florida who. on Octobnr 17, For Bal by all dealers. Price 50 $ 'I'e
11)05.) made Homestead Entry No 3IV283, '
course; a 2-year courses a :1-year: (Serial No. 0351)8)) for NEtf of SVVW, cents. Foater-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, Be sureyou,, see us before buying wire 0
course; a 4-months course; a 4weekFarmer's Section 28, Township 3 north, Range New York, sole agents, for 'the United
west, Tallahassee Meridian has tiled notice '
elsewhere. It saved.
course; 14 correspondencecourses. of Intention to make Final five year States. : means money ,
A course for every need. You Proof to establish claim to tho land auovn Remember the 'name-Doan's-and
described before the Clerk of the Circuit i e e
have education enough to enter one of take other.Handsome. I
Court at Florida! the 2uth
on; day
these courses. Find out which one 'l>y of November lull. .. ..
writing, to Uln.hJll\.otnames as witnesses: Charles new line of hair Chipley Hdw. Co.
Daniel JlcCollom, Tony Blossom, l
W R. Daniel,all of Wauaati.' Florida., Hoods at the Misses Richardson's.Can
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our prices buying. can save you money. postal bringour
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I I I" ,. :JI.. 11II- Is qUick acting and a tim saver. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
L ; Made In all sizes, portable' and 'etatlonary. P. 3.-We carry.v.ry.upplyfor.. the Poultryman
'IC1" '.. :1t' .1 'I ft. .!<. r.ul diea. ...cull.lor... brood, fountain.

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Writ foe information and prieM'OD anything, : I II paid for baby
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; 1 ] Personal. [I A "Near" Fire. ] Town Topics. IT ONOMOMt...M ON'

What might have been a"seri- '

ous fire, was prevented Tuesday

'\:J, < ', J. A. Thomas of Cottondale, I evening about 7:30 o'clock by Sunday was an ideal November THE BIG [UN j

"" was in town Friday.. some one discovering/ the fire be- day.

.' ','; T. B. Young of Youngstown, fore'it had gained any headway. The county commissionersheld for ,
The fire started in the Pressing
'' their usual meet-
?r'; was a visitor here Monday. monthly
y. Club room in the Wells building
this .
.\'', "/:' T. J. Watts spent last week in from a charcoal furnice. It had ing Absolute Reliability i

>'( ',"', Georgia and East Florida. burned a hole in the floor, and R. McGeachy's new store IB

,i:. I"'T. its almost completed and it i is a very ,
: ; W. C. Watford ot Holmes county when discovered was burning

.1 ::;,','., was trading here Friday. way through the ceiling in the prettv store room. Anchor with "The Big Un."

'} excitement the fire of attractions at the Interstate -
fy. a,visitor in Chipley Saturday. was very- part the interest of all trades and ail classes while catering ,
.', G I promptly-,=xtiDJtuished with afew fair this week. ,
,' to. favoring or capitalizing none.
; .J/ti'sJosh J'!:\ Peters of Graceville, was buckets of water. As it was the The fourth quarterly confer-
in town a day or two this week. damage practically nothing,
". was ence of the Chipley Methodist WE DO THIS
,V,: !; John Alford of Hartford., Ala., but had it occurred late at night church was held Friday.
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:. ,\; '", was in town Tuesday morning. it is probable the building and its at.our hshanty" on the corner of Sixth and Railroad

\ contents would have been almosta The county school .board was Streets (the intersecting streets to prosperity). BE
;; f;: ,;, A. L. Campbell of DeFuniak, in session Monday transactingthe .
V'l; ; visitor in total loss. WITH US AND WE,WILL BE WITH You.
\t :,: );J was a city Friday. i usual routine business. ,

''it&;!: I ."L;',, D. W. Burk of DeFuniak, was W. H. Wesley, who has been in Circuit court adjourned Fri- The S':: .
f, \ here last week busi- \
) one day
(F,. on Mississippi for the past fewyears day morning until Monday, when '\ .
Ht''. V' J'/ i ness. engaged in the saw mill business, the Whiddon case was taken.up. First "

',." \; A. Sessoms was over from has returned to his old home at Cane grinding time is almost

;::1; :V Bonifay and spent the day FriV Point Washington, and will erect here. The young folks will havea National

;' day. another lumber plant there. He ,
I ; sweet time when 'lasses are be- "
;:' month's has secured enough timber to ing made.A Bank of
i i>K: T. C. Jones, after a sojourn .
', .' at Vernon has last his mill for a long period ot .
1 ;.,, returned series of protracted services
home. time. We are triad to welcomeMr. ChiPle
commenced at the Baptist church
Wesley back to Washington
';:'><;>";1 C. F. Mizell of Enterprise,Ala. last night. You are cordially invited -
.V : was one of the visitors in the city to attend. K +
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,.J;':': Friday.. Mrs. Cook's new building on The merchants of Chipley have

ti F. B. Mashburn of Bennett, the corner of Raldroad and Sixth the largest stocks of goods ever

( I was transacting business in town streets is completed and she has brought to the city, and they are

;" Thursday. moved her stock of general mer- selling them cheap, too. We ,Have Just Received Car Load ofl
'V: J. T. Washington of Birmingham chandise into it. It is the pret- The small boys-and some of

r ..;.,, spent a few days in this tiest store building in town. the larger ones too-are in their brood Mares

r ',. section last week. glory of anticipation; a circus is ,

', '"> Dr. W. E. Coleman spent sev- F. M. Roberts had on exhibi- to exhibit here tomorrow. The, Finest Ever Brought to Florida.We .
,'; eral days at Vernon looking after :
tion at his Market this week some
Quite a number of our towns-
'&:, .' :; business last week. fine picked from also have a new lot of
,. .. '.... very oranges a men were summoned to Vernonon
; ''r M. L. Harmon of Panama City tree on his farm three miles southof the special venire in the Whid-
was shaking hands with friends Horses and 2Vtwles.DunnColeman
'F town. He said the tree had doh murder case, Monday. .
here Monday morning. .
., about 800 on it.025B.OO.
r ,,: Mrs. J. A. McGeachy of near .. I We understand Judge I. AHutchison \

Graceville was in town Monday Reward has bought an automobile Co. .
shopping and visiting. and placed it in livery service -

.", .: Mrs. Mary Robinsonof Pensa- Will be paid for information to between Chipley and Vernon.

, ',,1 cola, visited with friends here convict party or parties who cut This will be quite a convenienceto
i' '' several days last week. my thoroughbred Jersey bull on those huving business at the EIEI: :

or about Sept. 15, 1911. county site.
Lewis H. Howell of Panama

i ; City, was in town Tuesday croSsing ROY... ANDREWS. V* We are forced to omit the pub

palms with his friends. lication of some items from the
Dog Lost.A .
. Rev. W. A, Bryan spent several school this week' because of its
r. days last week at.Panama City medium size bird dog with late arrival. We are always gladto

(I,:, 'ry and other points on the Bay. 3 or liver spots on him;answersto publish any matter relating to

''rr name of "Pat. Finder returnto the schools but must
r W. II. Bass and wife of San- : request .
f.J,,: ford, Ala., are in the city visiting E. M. Pender at Chipley Hard- that the "copy" be handed in not I The above illustration shows our double I

:'.,' their daughter, Mrs. Louis T. ware, and get reward. later than Tuesday afternoon.J. .
.,',. Sims. .. elastic soft pad Truss. /Made in all sizes.
j' A. Jeffries, who lives on the '

y" ;,, Rev. J. T. Baxter spent Sunday Dr. T. G. YatesEye Chipley-Vernon road seven miles We guarantee every one sold.

.j,t at Campbell where he as- Specialist, from; Chi piey, says that on one

w'K-- ;+'? f 'sisted in an ordination servihe- at Will be in Chipley at Dr. Wilson's acre of land he this year grew

"\". the Baptist church. office the First Tuesday in Janu- and harvested 119 bushels of S. E. McGeachy, CHIPLBY,

,. Mrs. G. W. Cook, who has been ary) 1912. Consultation and ex- corn. The fertilizer used on the Phone 36.'i1 .
it spending the past two months amination free. acre was five loads of stable ma- Prescription Druggist

<. / with her daughter in Mississippi .a L .... nure and 800 pounds of commer-
/' ,. returded home Sunday. cial fertilizer.
i 5 or 6 doMsof "<666"< will cure any
'It ., I Misses Lucy and Vivian Daniel cue of Chill and Fever. Price 25c.
/ came home from DeFuniak
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Get stalk cutter from Dunn-
to where they are attending Palmer

;\, colle, and spent Sunday. I Coleman Co.DunnColeman. .

!'(.' .. 1 '' /''HenrY Peters returned hom Co. have Wire .
r/ < Thursday from points in SouthI Fencing of all kinds. '
I h'' Alabama. He out I
was toragooh
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", I time and he said he had it. Millinery novelties of all kinds '
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I' McK. A. D. .Campbell came at the Misses Richardson. ; NOTICE:: : !!
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' over from Marianna and spent Meet me at McGeachy's' drug 'i1, .,, ,.,,. ,, ; ;:
1 Sunday among his friends all of store and lets get a cold drink. ,! ,'';, :,.;-' .. ',,,; "

whom were glad to see him again. 5 or 6 doses of "<666"< will cure any ;, -", '.' ",

Mrs. J. W. Mann ot Birming case ot Chills and Fever. Price 2Sc. '."

ham, Ala., came in Monday and T..L. Wells & Bro. are ladersin ,\, We again call your attention .:';. ., :
will few weeks '
spend a with her
r. ;, brother, R. F. Scariett, and fam dry goods, clothing and shoes. /
; to' Accounts and'otes .
ily. There are many good shoes, I'' your .> L
1 Mrs. J. J. Williams and Mrs I but the Star Brand shoes are the
f '
/A. I. Miller left best made. Sold in Chipley They are due and must ;. .
|l: Tuesday morning only ,past > '. .
f tor Pensacola, where they (by T. L. Wells & Bro. .,.. .. .. : .. ... .
I will see the fair and visit friendsa ';" -. ,# ." J '. '", .
q r FOR SALE.-40 acres of land,3# be paid. '
few days. ;" .'1 .. .;').J' :.
I miles from Vernon; .any 'reasonable f" v"; "!; ? ... I
4.. f Judge Perkins and wife cam \ .:: < ,' "X', i I. .
'" takes it. This is a good opportunity Don't V ;:.
Aip .
from Vernon;where the Judge : forget. <:
is to get you a home. Apply 'J ...
holding court, and spent Sat- ..., ,. .
urday and Sunday,.guests at the ) at Banner office. .' t ? ::: '
Chipley Hotel. J .. "
FOR SALE. ,. .
i About 60 stands of ,
-' 'w. W. Cook spent a few' hourat :.Italian Bees, in patent hives; i '
Vernon Friday shaking hands
cheap for cash, or will trade for > .
with the and
people putting them! I
"next"1 to his candidacy for clerk] cows, heifers or native ewes.C.E. '.
et' .'. of the circuit court. j P..>ces, Chipley. Fla.

f J. H. Hollingsworth 'and wife
';k' ot Downey la., came in last week Wallet Hotel. Dunn-Coleman Company .

f' and will make this their home, .. F. Wailer Proprietor. FU.
.:')';s they'having: purchased the Lock- .
.' :, 'S ey farm south of town. Mrs. Opposite Depot. A. G. McQUAGGE. General Manager.ILJUD. .
Hollingsworth is a sister to J. P.
r and W. J. Schell. Rates: $1.00 Per Day. I jI


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