The Chipley banner

Material Information

The Chipley banner
Place of Publication:
Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
November 16, 1911


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Chipley
30.779167 x -85.539167


“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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item. Users of this work have responsibility for determining copyright status prior to reusing, publishing or reproducing this item for purposes other than what is allowed by fair use or other copyright exemptions. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions may require permission of the copyright holder. The Smathers Libraries would like to learn more about this item and invite individuals or organizations to contact Digital Services ( with any additional information they can provide.
Resource Identifier:
001024681 ( ALEPH )
33427638 ( OCLC )
AFA6585 ( NOTIS )
sn 95047263 ( LCCN )

Related Items

Succeeded by:
Washington County news (Chipley, Fla.)


This item has the following downloads:

Full Text


j I Ij


..'',' : //Y' h" : :'J,,;,?I,, '...1. ,'I". Tr "r'i". ,,"",""1 J l>i
J,,, T' '8' "EvI' "C''iI 'f'"I' "I'P'. L"E Y. BANNE'R', ., i" :.',!"I.,:.I"'i:t. ,rr,,,', /,',,';;('";,'.I.'!"

\ '
,; -Ii r .". J" ."" .. 4 t 1 \< 1.'''. j u,..11. j. II j.;. ,_ ':' -= ., ; ,1 ".
Vol. XIX. Chipley Washington County, Florida. November 16th, 1911. No. 2O ,

.. ,I ', ', j. f .. t 1'r'"iTTTr', :. ,-" 11. "f ', .. .. .. ... I .. ..... .. .. ., ','" '.' ;I '
f c.-' ."..,.?.._ ,.._',='""$Jft .fl.p 10':.. I.',','..".lt';; f" >
Red Fr'ontj Store ,I. "I "' .,c',:'I,\,",':, "
: in and
Drop see our ", < / \,

.' ,' .
'' : \ : f .'
'A. .;;. Ii ; { n' I ; I I t\ ,' "

:1Ph. >he1,7 Ckl pley. 1- : : : : :\! :, ''it.,
: $ ", 4'1 I Handsone'I, i ,!,
: d' i I I .
::.YttH.: 'nl\ \ f ,* ,F Itsdt > M. ,v 11.u .d. ': 'I I': I 'il{ ''

,' ,', :' '. J.\f .. l ut :t:, '.:,' .;: ..,, :." :;"': ;' :' Tailored Suits : :I j; :';]

JusfPteceived '
I .
: '. : "
: 1 ". ,
'" ,I'
'. J, .', '-.' < .
..; >> It' t. to ,, .\ II ( ,' .. $ I
'.l i / 1 IL { 'UH. Hi' v d 1 Y (::4. f.". J .

1 ;, Evaporated ,,Apples.q ,.,. ,,'|f Evaporated.... ; Inches,' ."" ,, .":..:''. -1,,;\v;i Prices Range :from $6 to $15. :,. V .V:, (. :,q qa i t tI

Currants: : i /Ijlujip.I ; Raisins, ;" V MV
; ) : ,. & '" fl' '," You can't beat the price anywhere. 'V>' .
Shreded Cocanut jM ljf iQi(( 1 ';Horse: Radish, 3 .. ( ,1>' .\\'IQ''t:.
** ; i ** tmIi"""' ) Awe
; xo. ,
w '
.. '
Olives, _' ',1.'''._ v:? <. i\' "i';fi f n',* I.' Prunes,, ,<' .." '," I ..t 'i,!('I,: '' .
> r4.
.: .,.,. ,..,. 'k '. ... .-. i ,, 1
-. .-. '... J. <)' Y' also :have "
'(\" a splendid line of j :;
li ,,
: ,
Cider > : ; ,: \ .
Vinegar'i' ).' Spices
; .. V V ;))1 .
*. ..
4 .ta' > "I, '
/ .t ; 1 ,: I "
(, .
\ \ rN' '< ft 1,1 'ffr;; ", SRBWi"PWF ', '
Sage, '"'.. '\' '..,. ''. :.". ;:,. ..' Bananas, ,',. 0't (" Sweaters.BS f i X

!; .. .. ........... .. i : ; ))1
).' '' ..''lfill [ -"" '" ""' .. ". ,, .". Vr
". 't'Cr nberrie,;, .. ..!5TISII: 7.or\ u. ...,.-. .. ...... '," "O'ranges,....._:}....;u' '. ,,;1. ,J;

'.,'. 1 "1'-'' : Blake J & Co. : ".
: :

/; ..Jh \N;;. ''J tiSCHEL.L rV1'' I' .:;,;'!

r :: J,:
',' M 1 J ,"
l" ,
I WE fink "Ir. Laudable' Ambition. $25.OO Reward The Grumblers.An :

,' :i .The..rightsortof,, Will be paid. for information. to exchange pays its respectsto CITY MARKET :I :j

BILL p'E R to<<; .'keep' many a youth tin,the.path convict party'or parties' who cut the grumblers, as follows:, .V "
:, HEADS HEADS, of rectitude.: The boy who starts my thoroughbred Jersey bull .onor "The most unfortunate class JIM SKINNER Mgr. I ./. .,
R ', :
'_ j uTat'the foot of rthe ladder 'he r about,Sept. 15, l }it. ot people living upon this green f' ,
.-:' NOTE I.ENVELOPES. tily ambitious;to' stand 'at the ROY ANDREWS. earth are the grumblers. They: We are still,in the meat busi- "? :

"';'p' ': HEADS head of the industry or profession M.. .. r rob home of its joys society of ness in'the' little building next to ,, 1 '.ra

':''> STATEMENT N -iABDS \vitn' .which he has allied him For. Sale its dues, and themselves, of the Mrs. S. A. Cook's new store, and ':,9g .,,

',.;:, CIRCULARS PAMPHLETS self, is not likely to waste his 2Oo. .acres' ofround'timber' to the best things of life. From, .the will appreciate vour patronage. ," t,"". .',
: ; MILL 'r COMMISSARY time in.dissipation, nor to form* highest-' cash bidder; located near clays' the children of Israel, grumbled -. We keep everything good to ,.I ;
', ; CHECKS HEC those habits which will render Bennett Fla.:; on Econfina creek. and were sent:on their tedious eat-Beef, Pork, Pork Sausage ;:. '
I '
;:. RECEIPTS DRAFTS. bis,',hopeefutie..heyouthwhois [ : ; Applvto R. B. MASHBURN, Ben- wanderings: for forty years Fish etc..and when you get these .)i i q'
N i !determined. to get ahead knows nett, Fla. in the wilderness' up to the pre things from us you are assured ,\'
I": WEDDING VISITING that he cannot'afford to befuddle; .. .. ... ent hour the world has been full of the,beat. di
::, INVITATIONS G CARDS his brain with liquor to undermine of grumblers. It i is too hot too Prompt Service; and Free De- /

t I bis.constitution by' the use Dr. Tl G. Yates cold, too wet, too dry. .,Peoplein livery. /1' .:',1
. .. TO ot cigarettes, and he realizes, too, Eye Specialist, reasonable? circumstances have 'Phone No. 135. ':s
:- \,,_ is valuable Will be in.Chipley'at i Dr. Wilson's :, '
that reputation. too visions of( the poorhouse,, while 4
I. O. O. F% NOTICE. to. 'bel endangered bv dogbtfulcompanionships. office the First Tuesday in Janu- the rich grumble that they can't- )
Until further notice Cbipley The right kind ary, 1912. Consultation and examination get rich quick, enough.'*\ IRA A. HUTCHISONAttorney :

,::-;{ Lodge No. 56, I. O. O. F.:, will of ambition is the next thing to free." ., I at Law. J
'; at 7:00 each. the right kind of principle, in .. ... '
m. ,
p. Monday ., good'shoes(
; keeping one in',the safe path. : ;-!{\ There are many, Office at Vernon Fla. I.,
evening. .. ... the Star.' are.t'hebest ;
Ladie come in and see our line but Brand shoes ,
By order of the Lodge. ,
" "." C. A. HELTON, N. G.. Get a stalk cutter from .Dunn- of hair &goods. .Misses Richardson. made. Sold'tn' Chipley only Will. practice in Circuit Courts of a "

S. B. JUDSON Secv. I Coleman' Cor "''r,. by, Tl: L,'., Wells &,Bro. Florida and the Federal Courts. 'I.J

,... \ r
n. ._'.",", / _._' ._ ._._,. ._. ....... ._._....... ,
.4399S399'_'--.. Q ,-._.....3eSe. ., .X-X-. ,. ._....."._..,.....*. Xe.-.X--: .---.--.......-.-.... .--..-..........X-...-......'.-......, ,..----1i\I.,".".,, --.." .-._"" ._.-..............._. ,.,. \
," "
.. "'"" 'rJ
'Ii ;' <. < ", i,... ,> .' I .'- \\fit .
'I, .,', I ,
.Ii I "
t '-. \ '
i"*'> '.! .. .. '' '' ., J f.,1)of'!! .", I",, "' 1' l'. I .,

\''IJ,1. ', .. ':.' ':
.ft I..f ,}.. .. J I ., I ,, I I, H 'I" \" I ,' V !
V #! ::; ,: : ",;(,..; .:. ii.I, '. ili u ?
: ..
\ ij '';'f,;'..;.;. ;f. ''idl'f.. / ... ... '. '. :'" 'I. '.. .,'" '",1'I "

,> :",' ,':} .J 1 .i41.i.' ".f -ail There was an ,old man who; spent a good deal of his ':'i" ,"I,,:' ;:,;',,:. .;, )i/" ::':;' f" "I !

) G"f:; i; ,'I. q, ; ,' time' looking'for, a fountain, the waters of which ,.. .: :.<:;'f:; :I;' ', <. .;. ,I! :
vill ) I. I. .,; ;'V f\J.e \ /' r-! il/

,,''i.. '" .'. ,iill.Ilit. 't'J' +would make s.the"old young again. .Another lost.time' :;.." .; "" .'tc: :\ .. . .. ,II;:: : i''i \
.'If ,
l1iIfl1"'J 'd. f''j
;, ?, :, :J,: : : ,,. :;rt'L s ; Mwiting for-a..pumpkin to hatch a colt that 1 would develop ,,':,A' ;,:<;,: trI ;, '..... Ei: .... ')

; ': .I, t into a: ;race,, horse.. Still another was: search-.. t ," .: I ,j'< ;!
x! r", ;'' .. -r,:!) (1 u. t; 4ff.r/' I ,, I ;, ,
I'L' r lY: .. ; :('flF ; / \lJ ;
'J ,::,!r.t.',.. .0 X oX.x.'dngj)0.: a'poLof, gold, said to be located at the end of I ,.\.0{\ t.ti, ..( t. ". "' .. "i' 'j

...{I 'of( l: ...--.--.... .*. hear ..'" 'x
the'Tainbow. Now the, of at some :
bargains ;
'!" "I y you : : J'. I,
: .
: f .I
I"I ''f.
," '' .'i.p : .. \"
: ,
i,,ii! / ;:', +.l..t'U; a'Y{ ?s olike, 'j'the: pot of gold etc., would be hard to find ... ;vUest'Hvayjfnot .\.' I',,',/.:': f ;." :.. <..: .' .. :. ';.' Vtt,

.ih .''' I ft ,ftt to lose time looking for them when you' :Vwjmt /; ,' ;<; r. ':; ", { "J. :"
", 1I- :I jl/.II / .. I, .
.\, /" ., \ "..<. : 11.' .'. ,I. Tyry Goods, Notions,. Clothing, Shoes Hats, Jl"'::I', :bt,;yw'" ..;lo':r T"'i'' ,
1 ., ,
,,} 'I' ," I '-l' 1 '." ,\,
iii, ';, '(/;' I ,'. l\ ::' ;: "'. ,:I. ',,etc... is to 'makeXbefeline;;, : ; for the store of ,j \l/kl '

1' .... .. ,. 1 / "
"I ; -: _: .,' I .It 1.
H.rlf'-.f> '" ... '
., .. .,
.)IitI.1,, :!(, ; .J ?( I / ot
/ ,it. .. ,, ; .. ,,
< "
'IA'- '" L- "
.:, ,-. II ., <( 1< .. i I .T.. : L VSfe11s'IBro. ..
;; ., .
i '; 'f\t.Jt "t l
: :: ". r \'i
rl' '" ..
UI" ;,y'r.;. ayWt ;Yr t'I.' ; .' .IT' :
M:; ,1..t'.t; .;;,;iIt.., C .' '" '. ,< >..,. .,\.!/ ,, 'I'. \fl. ''W.f.
1 : ,,; :. 'J f'V ti'' I "
"The .
\Ii .,' t\\, .. : I '"C" .d: r : .. .. .' .. Busy, Store. il/
., :' 1
il/ (1. '
'' > : t. ->>i "t j '"i ( } a7' t\ :ifd9V: '.e I \ IIi
.... :; V .
; ..
i 'j> 1j* *J 't-'JI\'tt: + ; una 'i..Ui. ''' fl' I ilia
'." f, ... .. ..... _:l.... 'r.. .J,..." :.,,...,..... ni'n. J
,:' ..:..'._:::-.:......-.:....:.:.=-:.:......=..=..:.==.:. .:.".:;,a "., > a3s-xxesa><. :_:::ssr. :.:>co<'-aa>o

r '

." ,:,i
L.. .'b J. \iL, t.? &;l t ; ..:& '

.\ .,.. lt<>
IIr, ( ..
,'.,'T'J ,'i'l"11 P 1
'r \
\ i"


THE BANNER Legend of Lost Opportunities ..

How many', in all climes and in
At Chipley, Fla all ages, call sadly and regretfully ,

to mind the thousand golden !

WALTER W. "O B.. Editor.- opportunities lost. The lessonis Cool Mornings

Entered at the po.t lIIce at Cblplcr.Fla., attecoud beautifully taught in an Indian I.r
clara mail matter.SUBSCRIPTION. legeud, which is something like ':'
.1' this of ': :, ,
: BATES : t brings thoughts winter, ::

ONE YEAR,.... ....,.............,.11.00 There was once a beautiful "
,..:... ,..., .... SO winter >
SIX:MONTHS "J maiden upon whom the good genii and clothing. At no ,:,i .
THREE MONTHS... ......a....... .25 ,
wished to bestow a blessing. He

Advertising rate furnished on application of led corn her,to where'he the edge said of a to large her field: )'{'; ,,, other place in Chipley will |; >(

Communications of local interest on,live are topics solicited.especially It "daughter, in the field before i : you find as large and com' :: t.f'
Is understood, however that the publish ,;\ t ,
of THE BAMNKR will not be responsible us the ears of corn, in the hands .
for opinions expressed by correspondents. of those who pluck themin,, faith .'": plete line, of medium and ; i; f fi':. '

shall have talismanic virtues and JTTtftse '
TTE BANNER wants a live representative underwear and I '
\ and correspondent at every postofflce' the virtue shall be in proportionto :: heavy wight ;,\ :.
In the county and will make liberal arrangements ,
with the rlirrt parties., size and beauty of the ear gath : .
clothing as .at our store. ",
ered. Thou shalt, pass through' : t 1

THUR8DA.Y Nov. 10, 1911. the field but once and pluck but "

t' one ear. It must be taken as.thou; ':, We invite your inspection .;, :> .

Why is it Chipley can't furnisha goest forward, and thou sbalt not ; '

candidate for Congress? It is stop in thy path, nor shalt- thou ,: .: :J'_ of these 'goods and to com- 'M:' t"

certain we have good material. retrace a step in quest 'of thine '
: :
: :; :, the quality and 'our :" :
object. Select an ear full and ;\ pare r

Chipley grows while you sleep, fair and according to its size ;and : :
> :' : :' .prices with that. of'any oth- '
\ but that'a no reason why you beauty shall be its value to theeas "' :' I,

should sleep all the time. Wakeup a talisman." ser? store.

and boost some, The maiden thanked the good 1". >j ,

.' genii i, and then set forward upon i

j, .'
<:, Every good word spoken for her quest. ,7
M, Chipley is ,worth dollars and As she advanced she saw many Campbell & Dekle Company.

ears of corn, ripe and beautiful,
'::11 cents to the town and may result
(} in the acquisition pf a valuable such as calm judgment might'

!''., citizen. have told her would possess virt-

.. ues enough, but in her eagernessto I .

i'' grasp the, very best she left W. A. McRAE. D..W. MCL.BOD .. A. ORMOND,
., Cheering thought: When the BRITISH EMIGRATION.
: these fair ears behind, hopingshe President. VIce-PresIdent. Sec'ty.-Treah,
; mercury is slidingdown toward
might find one still fairer. At A board of trade return is-
t.), the freezing point and the wind just
length' as the day was closing, sued shows a great IncreaM in emigration Florida land Title & Trust Co.
is whizzing from the north, fewer ,
she reached a part ot the field from the Briaish isles, espe-
:1 people will stop on to ask foolish
where the stalks were shorter cially to the Dominions. The num- '
1'h/' > questions. and thinner, and the ears were ber emigrants in April was 41- ;
't ver small and shriveled. 200, an increase of over 4,000 com- )arJa..a Fla. I
:ji! When the next election comes She now regretted the grand pared with a year ago. Of these 26- ,,
'" off, it will be wise' plan for some 000 went to the Dominions 10,000 "
she had left behind and disdained
ears Places loans on improved farms in any amounts'
to Canada. Some 15,000 went to
of the candidate to join a clipping'bureau.
11 Their children couldbe to pick from the poor show the United Statea, a reduction of almost above $500, on long terms, at low rates of inter-
around her for here she found
1,000 compared. with a year' est and with Call and make
convincen that "daddy" was not an ear which bore perfect easy payments. your ,

reallv in the running without referring grain. .go application eariy for fall loans.J. .

: to official records.,, The She went on, but alas! only to Itt 8CIBNCKVILL8.

clippings would show where find the stalks more feeble and ,A. ORMOND, Manager "

some of the "daddies" got off. blighted, until the end,as the day The Visitor-High Olympus but MARIANNA FLA :,
.. 1 .. there's a beautiful monument 1 What.
was closing and the night comingon
ti; The Interstate fair at Pensa- she found herself at the end here could have inspired so costly a 1

cola.last weeic was a success in of the field without having plucked structure The Native P Tna?. a tribute to I The First {National Bank,

many ways, the principal one of an ear of any kind. No need the germ of appendicitis, air. Come OF PENSACOL2 PLR

s which was the demonstration by that the genii should rebuke her up and read the inscription., You'll I

the various exhibits of the productiveness for her folly. She saw it clearly see it's a.token of grateful appreciation Designated ,Depositary_; _of the_ United Btatec.

and possibilites of when too late. from 11,397 surgeons. Oldest and Largest Bank In West Florida. .

West Florida soil. Washington .1.- ol: cllAATS Z D 7vsr7C: 3.O. LseO. ..,,,. _. ,

t county lost a lot of valuable advertising The Key to Happiness. FEARFUL.Doctor .:. Capital Half Million Dollars. t'tit r-
by not having an exhibit -
t' at the fair. Stepen Crane once write: "I Surplus and:Undivided Profit, 100000.

.. .. saw a man chasing the horizon, Utcrctt Paid la Sarl ,;. Department at late of 4 per cent.per Annum. .
'round and 'round they went."
Buy land,, buy land And this line may well describe THe First National. Bank
and to farming. There's too
: go those who expect ,happiness to r OP 1 ENSACOL.A.w .
"businesses "
blamed many "pro-
come from the following a roundof *x.H.5**"..President W.S.KmYSBR. Vice-Pro
I'41' fessors*," "sports," "experts," air W....S. 5"B. V.."Jltol'W. TBoe. W.B..*T' ANt.Caahler. W.N.ROBBKTS. Am.Coshler
frivolity pleasure. Happiness :- A.mount W.& Kereer. Wm.H. Knowle. W.K.Hyer.
4' "gentlemen, "advisers, and' W...Forbes. Kaowl Hur. Tho W.Brent .
always far ahead of such
; "able critics and real meddlers r
r people; as they'go farward, it .
)y after other people's business be- flees, and remains ever before . . . . .
sides Get strip of
you. you a
them. 'Round and 'round theygo.
,' land, shuck off your time price
: Neat
;' fine clothes, fine shoes and steam Printing :
The best recipe for happinessyet
,' ,1 shirt and collar and
laundry go
discovered is to engage in a : Creates
II to work says the Clinton Gazett. a good impression :
', congenial' occupation, and thento
{ work hard and steadily at it among your correspondentsand
'' Senator Tillman tells of an old I
There is
every day. no more I
man he used to know who drank'too satisfactory state of mind than -I hardly think you will helps to give your business .

much. He said. : "He was a'fine that which follows workin '
a day's live over one year ,
,;, old fellow in other respects, which something has been ac Patient-That's a hot outlook. 1 .
?:' and it was pitiful to see him disgracing -' '
complished. A man who has fin We do Neat Printing '

himself. ''One day I read ished uo a piece of work, and i
'': him a long lecture on the'sin of finds it good, need envy no man FOR ALONG LIFE at Reasonable Prices. iff H
,c drunkness. 'Water said I, 'is''on this little footstool. -

the thing. Stick to ,water James.'I') Did you ever see a man who Those Interested Please Read Banner Job Office. '

"Well" the old man answered, has retired from active business Fresh, air and exercise, with proper . . '
\ food and a sufficient amount of sleep . . .
there's only one place in the Bible .
in order toenjoy life? There are are the essentials.
where a man asked for water, and few more melancholy sights. He Under such a regime of living
"' I know where he ," germs cannot develop and many diseases -
guess you was
A has known the joy of labor and
1 are prevented WANT
so cannot be satisfied to loaf, as Should the system require a tonic, YOU lOB?

Every young man should re-' can ,the man who never done take only such as you know their fay
{ gradients-such is Vinol. whloh is a Better
t a
,; member that if his income is justa aught else but loaf. He feels that delicious combination of the health

'' a little above expenses every day ,, he is out of it-that he has ceasedto giving properties of the cods liven "'rhat question WIll be asked you almost dally by business men seeking your

be will eventually become well off be part of the world of men; with all the useless crease eliminatedand Mrvlces-U More BANJCERS you qualify-take the Draughon Training-and show ambition to r1W.
indorse .
| tonic iron added, happily blended DRAUGHON'S Colleges than Indorse all other busi
+x' If bis'receipts daily lack a little, that he might better be dead. In medicinal ness colleges COMBINED. 48 Colleges 18
mild wine. Statel.
a reputation.
be''And, in truth, if he docs not get 3..kl.t: !! 'l'newrt'Ia. ............,. larlips. apelilac International Baeleew.
of meeting his expenditures For this reason Vlnol is regardedas Lw-tall a.Warr bra.eb.s. Gssd .1., lrltim.tle. lAtter 1frltlD"
will in time become a candidatefor back In harness he usually does one of the greatest body builders the B..Jd.eepla.: Bookkeepers allover'Oml01'l;: GUARAUILED Horn.Study.under reasonable Thousands eGndltio banktash-

die than if he had and invlgorators for aged people. It UnIted States say that'DrauChon's, bookkeepers and stenographers are
public favors at the poorhouse sooner kept on New System of ,
> Bookkeeping
Invigorates and builds them up and save them holding: good positions as the result of
23 to 50
w+ Honest work at any calling, and I working.If keeps them up. S...........per cent in work and worry. taking:Draughon's Home Study.
x. such economy as the case require,] We sell Vlnol with the understand cfa1 court porters Practically write aU U 8. oils CATALOGUE. For prices on lessons
ing that if It does not satisfaction System of BY MAIL, DRAUGHON,
give Shorthand write F. .
; is honorable while idleness and people of Washington Draughon JTsnn.
wan the Colleges
5 1 ; you the price will be returned: WA Because teach. President Ntshvllls, For free cat-
spendthrift habit are a disgrace, county to read it, have it S. E. McGeachy, Druggist, DBAUGDON'S they know 1&is the des!. alogue on course AT COLLEGE, writeW

ru la to anyone, ,young. or old., I published l in The Banner. Chipley,.Fla. w..vUJ.,F!.PRACTICAL.. ;,AUanla.Ca.or Mobile BUSINESS or Montgomery COLLEGEJ ,AU.


I. l .', .". .,.. .. ,, .. ," ,
1 L. / '" '. ,'u r.. W t yip; 9 '1\' 1."...:. ''f""' ,jh .

.'. .', ,..,......t'' ..". .."r''. ?' .r;."',"... ....'"\\.IPt'.'1"1'',. .I ,""..," ",.,t'., Tr'- ,
..+ o"alr'rw il, Hc'w raw. ,, ; ,+.r "" "i f '" : ; : :




Especially ftn One... .
1 Their Function U to suppress Inaecfa Depends
Tout Who W*. Following Ponlas Hat His C.nduot and
Havoc With the
'h That Play
Tough Experience With HI. Habit. .
\ Farmer' Crop Stingy Horseman.In JOB iPRINTING'
I this
A Ohicago preacher gives
Among the creatures that render the days when the race tracks
t definition of character: "The mutual -
errice to mankind the bird occupy
I were doing a big business the soI
I and nurtur
'of nature ,
foremost It is their funs
a place.
called race track touts were alwayiin ;
with of nurture than ni -
the insects that more
tion to play
suppress ,. nce'at'e' ery meeting and the tureOne'. surroundings his cox -
:I' havoc with the farmer's hardearnedcrops. hard'' luck' stories these fellows could

duct ,his habit, are more importaxthan ,
excelled other ,
tell by
were never any -
food his,ancestry and his blood. We ', \
cent, of the
Fifty-three One of
per class of individuals. : .
found : single note this every day how children of .' ':,,; I -
of birds in one locality was stories a '',, .\ ,
the best of these concerns of .. ,; .
consist of the larvae of the dis i ,alleged blooded stock drop '\ \\ \" I, \ ,
( : to : tout who was following the ponies ,' \\-"s" ,,' \ .
.' the and :other fellows with no '
ease-disseminating mosquitoes. Hone who eastern city race I : Creates a good impression
i and ,reached an J" > : .
heredity behind the old cottage or :
flies the burden not only of I ', '
a are when about to ;
": a race meeting was "" 1'1 .
": \ horses, but of other valuable stock,, 'I The tout was broke and, accosting dusty shop, forge ahead. If there ". ;f ';',*" among your correspondents
open. is ,spirit in a man's blood he is all I 5, .
.1- and the larvae 6f this fly are the I a rather stingy horseman of .,. and helps

'I; natural food of several species oft his acquaintance told him of his right. HQ will win. But'this bloo ., ,..: -

\ birds. The fever tick, eo injurious predicament. "Why, I haven't had 'may, have been pounding nailu or rt to give your business .

.'.' to cattle, is the natural food of the a thing to eat in two days" said the hoeing corn for fifty years before.It '"I ." 9
is 'the knack of getting at a ( :,
killdeer and the plover. Corn! cotton tout. "Well," 'said' the horseman; ,I '.; prestige.

and other crops are destroyed to in here to this restaurant and thing that tells, and when one stop
"step to eonnt the of it he will like .
a large extent by grasshoppers: ,and III boy something." With visions profit
you fail. It is the doing of the thinunselfishly
there at least 23 species of birds ly ;
are ,of a big meal the poor tout followed that
and almost blindly
that feed upon grasshoppers. Grasslands the 'stingy horseman into the

and grain crops in general suf- restaurant. "Giver this party a glass commands success. Let any man go We Do Neat PrintingAt
his life and pick out some work ,
fer from various insoct pests over
greatly of milk and a piece: of custard pie, -.
in vast multi- or success that he is proud of, and< *
which are destroyed
said the horseman to one of the Seasonable Prices.
be will find he didn't think it out, '
tudes birds. The greatly dreaded ; :
by waiters., "Gee, said the tout, "I
boll weevil is food for the plover, thought I was going to get some : but rather strayed into it; saw an .
i ia '
and wandered in. That
the killdeer and others of the feath- meat. "Change that order from opening "

ered tribe custard pie to mince pie," said the why: so many poor boys get rich .' ,, ,

It is common experience to see they had to;do something, and did ".
a horseman as he left a dime on the I \ \
birds following the plow and con-! counter and, went out. it-Ohio State Journal. ",: 6iv'e us your next order

suming grubs that are destructive to ,I :

garden and other valuable plants. For pains'In the aide or chest dampen apiece .': and we will'give' you perfect
"J Mm pleased..> recommend Chamber: Llal- '.'V I *
shouldin of flannel) with Chamberlains :
friends of the
These planter thus
1 satisfaction
beat thine:
lain's Cough Remedy aa the vent and bind It over the seat ol the pair. ,. "t' 4 "
every state be protected by rigid snow of and safest remedy for coughs colds [here la noahlog better For sale by All '1

legislation.A and bronchial trouble," writes Mrs.: L. B. J dealers. :;" making you one of our

Arnold of Den'ver. Colo. We have used, It : '. '
i M'' .
repeatedly and It baa never failed to give I .' regular customers.
FATHERS All Dealers. I. ,.
eliel. For by .
LIGHT AS BARRIER TO EELS. .ft 4.,1,0\I !,I *" "
who attacked t
would bave fullen anyone -. t'o ,. ., .
; of Hotittt Rockwood, \. ', \" :
the son of Peter handy 1i 1\ ,' "
Mich., but ho was powerless before.attacks The Danish government has begun i "' ,);.1.. /' .,' \.1..1\ ." \ ., ''', ,

of Kidney trouble. Doctors could not help SAY! an interesting effort to aid the fishermen .t:1.: !, ; ,:, '. ,..' ,"

bun he wrote,10 at last we gave him Kleo- of the Baltic by preventing \ : :
the Hitters and be improved wouderlullv the'migration of eeU from that set ,' THE .
from taking six bottlea. Ita the beat kidney
1 Backache, tired feel- Into the ocean. The means employed
medicine eVIl: eaw. We will send the Banner free for 1
Ing, nervousness< loss of appetite, warn of la a "barrier of,light," formed by

kidney trouble! that may end In dropsy din the term of this school to placing fifty electric lamps along a CHIPLEY BANNER ,
Url hl's disease Beware; Take h
betls or submerged cable between the island ,

electric Hitters and bo snfe. Every bottle to Every White Teacher of Patio. and the coast'of Funen.
guaranteed. 600 at 13. E. McOenehv's \ .
'. 'Hie effectiveness of such a barrier
CHANNELS In Washington CountyWho lepends upon the fact;.that.the eels ; Chipley, Fla.
D NQe.
nigrate only during the dark hours 1

will send us the news ot accordingly< as soon aa darkness beg i
The fog was dense, the ship's en-
tins''in the season of migration, the ,00xxxI.xx'XXOO004
gines had stopped and the passengerswere their community each week, or amps are Illuminated, and thus a

beginning to feel nervous. All weeks at least. rail of light' is interposed from .
two .
every .
except one old lady;. she was highly ,
rhich the eels recoil. A similar principle -

indignant at the apparent i waste of C. Correspondents, may'.write onany'subject is said to have been employed The New York World promptly Ob' ll n,and Fbr&gn

.". ,.
:' time. ,\ ; torn time Immemorial by fishermenn'certain'parta Thrice-a-week' Eedition. I
interest: ,
1" she de- of general
"Why don't you proceed L1M
\ ; > of the coast of Italy. :(1-
'i manded of the captain. ; is that.they refrain The ThrlC-a week World hopes to be
Our only"request
"Can't see the .channel, .. than It. has ever
up \ \ .I' 1 Liver Tab- In 1908 a bettor paper seed model,kuton. or pr.uto
1 and
,: :\- 'l.a madam," he replied. from) using the name of any letl Cbamrerlaln'sStomaob do not sicken or gripe, and mar be taten been before, and It. has made Ita arrangements COY fr HowcoSocureTDflnC report on patentability' Ao/luvttree3;: '<
1: accordingly. Ita news service \ '
I \
: ntiianrl
t,lit "But, captain persisted, with perfect safety by the most delicate I Pat
I 1;' to give entire globe, and It reports 011 cry
calculated the
overhead.; in a way child. The oldaDd
can see the stars person woman or the youngest and accurately. It :
thing fully, promptly
ma'am the captatn feeble will) also Sad them most (lul'able -
,4 ., "Yes agreed offense. .; U the only paper, not a dally, which'la as I
I,.i! "but until the boilers bust -we ain't. ; : J' ,: ..' f'! I'4. "t remedy weakened for digestion Riding and and strengtyenlng for regulating: Hood; as a dally and which will keep you
1belr Informed of what I llil hap
,going that way.-Bellman. tbe bowels. For sale by All Dealers as completely the world. hearFrom throughout
Let petting
us C. J
Thrloe-a week World Is fair In Its
l The
THE:EXCEPTION. 't' .FEARED LIVING BURIAL political reports. You can get the truth
r -
columns, whether yon are a. Re
i "The big peaches are always. .ont Your A weird incident occurred lately from publican Its or Democrat, and that I h1 what W L DOUGLih -

top." In the cemetery of Pausa, a village you'want.A .

I "Not always. I know a little I, i in Saxony. .The clergyman of the speolal feature of the Thrice-a-week $3.$35Q&$4.S Ct )
this the News always been Us serial fiction
pea h"who leads everything in We want parish was preaching a funeral serum Hpubllshes World. has novels bv the best Authors In

.j town. at the grave of a sevenyearId the world novel which In book form soil BOYSrSHOES

--- [ girl when he astonished the for 1.50 apiece and Its high standard In 52.05 .;I't t

mourners by asserting that he had this respect will be maintained' In the future

Homer Military School reamt that the girl was not really The as In Thrlce-a-week the past. Woild's regularsubecription'price rI

ead.'The clergyman called upon the o
Is only 11,1>V per year

Oxford.1851: North- 19O9.Carolina V all-bearers to 'open the coffin, and und this pays for ISO papors. We offer r I
i Classical,Scientific and English Course Prepares. for College though they at first declined finally this unequalled newspaper\ and Tim Kansf I

University develops or prompt the Government obedience Academies and manly carriage.Militarytraining yielded. The clergyman approached together for one year. for *1.05 Theregnlarsubscription 1Nkt
I Academy 68 years old, with experienced teachers. cadets wait- pricpof the two pa c vH
but after
the ;
dine with the principal and ladles of his tamllyseouringthecultureotkomel corpse, ,

buildings, yerteetsanitatlonwholesomp lite. Cultivates and, educates.fare, no crowding.Modern -inQ'><> in vain ,for the body to showsigns IJPrlt 1:4 $2.ln ,

Beet moral, mental, physical and social tral lnJ. Shady, 800' of life, allowed the coffin to be
lawn athletic park, one quarter mile running track 6O YEARS'EXPERIENCE .
I acres Ideal climate helpful environment. In the social lowered into the grave. !
1' atmosphere of refined Christian people. The town noted .
I for over a century as an educational centre.

Col.J. C.Homer.Principal.Oxford.N. C.; nature had-intended man' to DF MEN'S FINE SHOES IN THE V/tP/ : .
fly," said the positive person, "she ':. "I have worn W. L. Douglas' shoe tor i'
find they urntuperlor .
would have given him wings." TRADE MARK. pa.t six yeara.basil other and hl.hrarle always shoes It IL. .

I .'. "I suppose then," replied the aviator . y DcslcrvsCOPYRIGHTS &0. somfort and durability.MB Howard". Ave.W. Q.. Uclcu..JOfI, Iv, v

"that it man were intended to Anyone"tiding: : a pkctrit. ; mid freo description whether rosyqnloklr asInveetlnnI.pruhnbly If I could take you into my latgn t 'ttorie
eit a.rerndn u..r < luttitin I and show 1
..tom''I.lo.Communl"" "" at Brockton, Mass.,
: travel by water he would be web- tioiisHiiictlTti., ,....iicmliil.,.p, xwuiinapatunu.Piiloiiin ,onPntents. bow carefully W. L. Douglas shoes u. .

... 91E.tabll.h.d footed." tent free. oliCMt tukon". niiant.fur tttri>uith Munn ft ('''. ree.lvtpee1alunUc.wlfhnutohsrae.let made, you would realize why they tot I tIre
e their shape, fit better wear longer: 3- I

ScietttiflcA .imQricail. ; of greater value than any .
it + STARTS!: MUCH TUOUBMfi. !'* )W-See that W.I.Honv'-ti' nntnc ftiM i r I 11 11I
Wy .. .
; hMirtsotnoly innidrnle.1' ireKl. < ,, I,.rae.t clr. nctiriix.Ton:: th. 1'itko, A., Aiil ',lU. '>,< J IJ
< ,
J .If all people knew that nettled oi const-!- oalutlnn hmrbwetls,11 fir nor"I'lorIII1"< :inriial., Terms IJ r. "' r your tor iLUl di-aler Omar caimm 7011 with W '..w IIIUUIIL I.Itmu., "1r..t.9:' .' inn '"IIW. I

patton would,result In. severe Indigestion, earn, CO aelaroadwsy."N' w"rrkIIrllllDb .. '
trouble they would! noon
I'(: jaundice or liver om.. ct5! 11' st..WublnllloD.Do
take Dr. KICK'S( New'Llfe IM1U, end end it. CURTIS L. JONES.4
I Its the only safe way. Steel for bllllousneseadaebe J'

,'djrspepsls, chills and '(debility"Bo Public State at Large. ," \
2 at e. K. McGeachy's. R. F. SCARLETT, r t hl
In 1894. The aim of the school Is clearly set forth by IU at the lowest a. All business entrusted to
Christian infliMnaee 'if\k
Thorough in.tractlonunder positively .
MOTTO: pouibU cost:" the Methods Church,not to make money,bat to famish COOK MCRA.B., Notary Public. my care will have my prompt ,"
The ichool wss tabliahed by heart,at a a od.sstscat. "
and .
mind '
la body.
be given thorough training at LaW' I
where girls can Attorneys
a The object h..been M fully carried out that as a ?_.andIt attention.: Fees reasonable..
I with its faculty of 82.Its boardln patroaaoeof "'-Offks ers C 11.,..,SUt ...*. Real Estate Handled.
,' RESULT: Daadtoo-daand rnmnds.worth$140,000 Can be found at Post Office. 1( ;
\ THE LEADING TRAINING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS IN VIRGINIA. Careful atte1ltloa. all .entrust Collections a specialty.Office .. ':. :
\:;. I :: .. the'table board room lights steam msda.Aseat ;
tncladln CoHuctlons
' r sll charges for the year to mr care. -
pays In aU subject \Vausau
I. '. I 510 heat laundry medical attention, physical eultora and tuition for responsible tlote and Bra-tested inursncecooapsalea. I r rI
. .I $1 catalogue and application blank to In First National Bank. ....,
' and elocution. Apply for '
munlc '
except r I
, -\I.f\ ,Va t "
BUeluMM '
,.; REV.JAMES CANNON.JR..U.A,.IVfaMlpal.. I ty '. \ :

i\. I r ;''',"...1, I
f'j 'lr ,
1 ,
1 .

I I'l : .. 1 .. r ( .
rh J '
'III.1 : : i : .11M J. :n 1. "' \ :;!' ..!t ,i.II .41/M.t1t/ ': .jII\I: \;

e -""n, ,1', 1Ji'"V'.I "..r""'" A" r. ., He,'''''''J'1'I"': ,M'''I>', -.',;'?,l? .. ......".N ,.",r", ,"1 -
; ,. .. ', ,
I 1' I ," mJ'NjP"'f"t.
vr '
". ', ?: I 1 s l
p ; ,
:r1 1i ... 1


: :, .. L .. ... ', ., -1- n .


'')j., : KNOWS :
.. Father Sanna-Solaro ha'a laid before DO YOU

ItiW.1 I, CUurch Directory the Academy of Sciences at Saved .
M. E. Church, South.-Preaching every Paria this That now i* the time to build that home or bwsinesa houae
st and 3rd Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p.. M. a new theory respecting had been considering? Tb present business depression .
L. II. Chap School Pastor. tneteor, the formation of which he you.reduced ttta price of lumber And building:materials; labor
Superintendent.Sabbath 10 a. m. W. N. Sheet has initiated. At present, meteorologists "I refused to be operated 'Sba cheap and plentiful, and yon can build How for 25 to 50 per :

Prayer Meeting Thursday nlghta. consider that hail is formedin .on, the morning I heard less. than in .

', Dlgbts.Young Everybody Men' prayer cordially meeting Tuesday. the atmosphere by successive incrustations about Cardul,"writes Mrs. UNE 1907 Oft JUNE 1908. :
nucleus. He be-
upon Elmer Slckler, of Terre
Baptist Church-Preaching every 2nd tier s that hailstones are producedat tamAMr building material, think of .
and 4th Sunday. Rev. Baxter.pastor. Haute, Ind. "I tried Car- Wheal U iak of us
'. Sabbath School a. m., 1<'. U. Ilawk.Superinteneent. once nearly in the state in which dul and the fact that we have compMted .a modern up-to-date mill- .
I and It helped me wofk milt, add can furnish everything made of wood used In .
Prayer Meeting Wednesday nights.Povtofllee they fall; that congelation begins greatly. Now, I dam)'own e .tt buildltojr fro cilia to comb and that we can .
with the exterior; that the liquid in .

1' lslreetory.ct contact with the crust cools, and the washing and ironing. 'DO IT QUICK. e

If 1 Office bours'7:30a. m. tdTtcn" p la.? ..tcept bubble" of air is converged towardsthe : gas azeaWiugs Framing Bank .

Hundavs.Ea center. This latter finally bursts E63 Deec'a a.lncFlootitlg Drug
I 'u; t-bound mat! closes at 10:00..m Base CeUie 8tore' :
the shell, and the congelation of anew
Y West-bound nail closes at 5:10: p.m. CARD Pinih Siding Fixtures.
'' layer takes place. This latter is Take
Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 .
t t and leaves on arrival of the east bound formed in two parts-one deprivedof : Estimate.cheerfully furnisl*... rreigtat paid to your sta-
it mall. Hon If drstred. .
air and the other
Sunday hours: 11:30 m., to 12:39p. m., transparent, '
Money Orders Issued at all hours when containing bubbles of air and opaque. The Woman's Tonic : MARJANNA MANUFACTURING CO. :
.- office Is open, except Sundays. If the hailstones reach the ground ,
J P HCUEL.L P. M Cardul Is. a mild tonic.
before perfect congelation, their centers MAHIA1"INAt P'LA.

( r' will contain bubbles of air, water remedy, purely vegetable I '
Oar Clubbing LUt. b..'q'ANrrM PHON'S Ra. :1
':' and icicles;but if the congelationbe and acts In a natural man. 100

i' ,, BANNER, per and year tl.75.Semi-weekly At.lant.aJournal suddenly completed, the nucleus neron the delicate womanly .........................&1

BANNER and Thrice* New York will resemble snow. The father has constitution buildingup u ....

World, per year, 91.65. frozen different quantities of waterin strength and toning up

'',. r;' n BANNER and Citizen and, per Semi-weekly year, 11. O.Times-Un-. caoutchouc envelopes quite trans the nerves... In the past 50 UNIVERSITY OF ,FLORIDA.OAliIUVILL .. Florida State College Fot Women

j_3', BANNER and Home and Farm, per year parent, and states that he has obtained years Cardui has helped t !! TALLAHASSEE:

L N.2R/ artificially all the above-men more that a million women. A Superior But I0 xpe five iMtltvtioii for College Arts and Sciences, Normal School.
t1 tioned phenomena, and that betweenthe Florida Young Me. I School of Manic.School of Art. School of Eipruslon. .
School of Home Economics.
You to It
are try
urged ;
t> experiment ctatloniVulvmilty ,
natural and artificial hailstonesthe oufcolleirt> Firat era. equipment throuithout. Tuition
General Directory. because we art sure that ..ten...... 46 utrfaMor* .mta.rtet- free. Other_pen_. very low. For Information
only difference is, that the nuIVbd ant. 80 per cent increaaa In attendance. lasteratrloguetaddre.e ; addreM.
k: '{"' STATE OFFICIALS. of layers! for equal volumes, is It will do you good. tMUdias A. A.NU.PNAEE.**..For'. IBWA1D CONIAOI. Preildcil.

Uovernor-Alber W% Qllchrlst. greater in the latter. The details given At aH drag stores.

i' a : Secretary of State-II. Clay Crawford. in the memoir, which is printed W. II. MILTON, H.. r.DEKLE, F. M. GOL8ON.PreakUat. .

Attorney General- Park Trammell. ta: the "Cotapes Rendus," will interest Vlc.-.ti8ltterr. Cushlor.
Com ARrlculture-B. li. MeLtn.
meteorologists, whatever opinion
Treasurer-Wm V. Knott. they may form respecting the fathera I WORKS FOR ENDOWMENT Hi NO. First National Bank.
Fri '
Supt. Public Instruction-W. M Hollo conclusions.THE -

1, way. :Mrs. Percy V. Fennyp ckvr oi
1 Comptroller C. Croom. REABON."Somehow Austfft!! Tex", to cfcatfmaft .of the .,

Supreme Court-Thos. M. Shackleford, field committee of the o..u.ra1lPed-

I i''; y, Chief Justice: M..II. Mabry, Cler*. the colors in that marine eration:! of Wom A.'It'dtitf-, which*it Capital. 50000.00

1i'' +' Railroad Commlssfon Hudson Burr, view don't seem to mix prop- Working for a $100,000 endowment feliclts JUca at* Of Banks Corporalioisv Firms and Individuals.

'. Chalrmanr R. C. Dunn, Clerk. erly. experience in the banking business enables us to offer
fund. The U to be used fod>Q Our twenty years
: ( I Judge first judicial circuit-J. Emmett "That's because the artist painteda money the metaoera of you the beat banking: facilities of any bank in West Florida. We also have a
traveling of
expense In which,we trtereat on deposits. AcCounts
,c" Wolfe, Pensacola. fully equipped;>> Department pay
_, State Solicitor: first Judicial circuit-. water scene with oil colors. the board, foe council meeting and by malt handled as easily as by personal interview.
I Send us your business.F.
bienniat _
i ,,: .,' 'L. Wilson, convention 1'1. Penny'
., -- SAVKD FROM DUATH packer'saya that clubwomen must at* M. COLQON, Cashier.Physicians .

I", t, .1"' _U. S. LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS. W L. Mock of<< Mack:, Art., believes he peat to the emotions as well M the i Li-. i -1T'f" ii ?, .a .. ... j ?, i
hits saved lives In his 20 of experience *
d, II. S. Chubb, Register, Gainesville, Fla. in many the drug business. years What 1 al- intellect of those whom they ask id Advisethe

\ti., h, Shields Warren, Receiver. Gainesville. wave' like to ito hit writes is recommend help them collect ,this big nun ol

\, ." Dr fcifcg's. New DrSooverv for weak, sore money. use of a goodlaxattve to keep the bowels open and prevent the poisons of undigestedfood
I' o' WAS11INOTON COUNTY OFFICEBS.Circuit lungs, hard colds, hoarseness, obstinate from getttnglnto your system.
P P.;. I' .Vernon. cough", I la trip, croup asthma or other Tae latest prodUtt of WfefiC: *VttVb Lsrsuw LiVer Syrup,l't1t l vegetable, gentle,
I ; Clerk-W.: C. Lockey, THE PEIULA Off, HONOR. reliable and of aromatic taste V.hro. acts
:*V.r bronebtal afectloae.tor I feel sure that a a pleasant on the liver,as well as oR'the
,. .
i ; county JudRe; --I. A.13uscbrsonVernon. stomach anus and 01 the
bowels is greatest possible efficacy In constipation Indigestion,
: number of neighbors are alive and well
( .,\' ;'" : Sheriff-U. Q. Allen Chipley. today because my they took my advice to use it Scene 1-Oouiy: and grimly hnmoroua biliousness, sick headache, feverishness, collc.tUtufencg, etc. Try VF 1
I .

'I : Treasurer-H. B. Tiller, VMBOBVrax
; ffI believe best throat and 01d'gentteman. wires ta hid;
Its the
I honestly
.;, I,". Assessor-J.J.. Williams, Chipley.'
!: .!; Tax Collector-W. B. (Gainer Kconnna: lung medicine that's made Easy to prove doctor. JIVE

I I. '. .' !Supt.:: Public Instruction. F Oalner, he's right. Get a.trial Guaranteed'by bottle'tree
r i'K r. ,r. Wausau.: i' telegram)-tf yea; are interested in 'IELIU'EER
\ i*. ; Supervisor: of Registratlon-J.' W I a pretty foot and. ankta coma oval
\ ,
,:'. .J Gainer, Econtina.'I" SYRUP
County Hollcltor' A. D. Varnxtehael, CANADA NEVER HAD LYNCHING I this evening.-Punch.

I C I : Chipley. .. .
t"i mi County Surveyor-Thos. Collins, C'ary RsDot for Law 'tnsttllsd' ThrougH I do not believe there in any other meal

vllle, Fla., CcntwHM of British Rule I. cine-so good for whooping cough. Chain
/' torIain's Cough Remedy, writes Mr*.Pram..
,,W ,ff& ; County Commissioners: the Reason.
i;y i'', J. T. IHgbtuwerChalrmaa, Varnon. cis Turpln Junction. City, Ore. This rera4 Here's a Good Slogan for
,, 'k ",",\,,,, A. C. Gilbert Chfpley.' "When Canadian visits tM edy la also unsurpassed for colds and crouj
r' S 1 .'I':' For sale by AU Dealers.
,: H S. L. Davis, Wausau. United States and reads in
your paapere
Ms --
[ ,:. J. U. Porter Mlllvllle. and Better Business.
1\ of the outrageous lynchinga that a Bigger
.. ; f'" V. F. Guno, Santa:: Rosa. ,fait .CONSCIBNC tiWi.
', :fneqwently occur in the south, it sure
\ Si'for '/ School Board: ,.....".11..11.11.......
and ahoekg him said An
,; G. B. Bush, Chairman, Orange Hill prises Collector' Loeb of tt; HeV Tort)
,,' .\ S. J. Gainer St. Andrew. drew Shearer, a solicitor of Montreal,
custom house received' t two-dofla* DON'T BLOCK THE WAY!
Wi F. RUSH, Vernon.
I at the Baleigh. thing at
", bill inefased: fat tin following letter -
-- known in Can
a lynching. never
\: h -. CUIPLEY CITY OFFICIALS! : ; ada, though, I suppose, that occasion. signed D. C. and. dated IDttnsionL Move as fast as the procession move out. Take the

.\ IK: Mayor-U. U.''Wells.Marshal ally crimes are committed that IlLr trw pace of the company you are to or make way fork.the man
-U. M. Farrior, "Some time ago I part front -
Clerk and Treasurer-W. W. Cook. arouse the people to an intense state custom house' on my way from lu! behind ,

p n '''I, Council-A. D. Carmichael, chairman, of horror and indignation."Such rope and had in my tranlt: A article
C. B.Dunn,J, 1'. McGeachy, C. E. Tharp is the respect for the law,
W. 0.liutlerJr. that I hate to pay ant)' ft* but did Don't stand.ia the way+ *l new ideas. Don't pause in the
however, instilled in the people not. at that time now I :toA 1 must: !
path of better ayatem. Don't settle down on the ladder of
through centuries of British rule, r
and will pay it for conscience flak tam
that no one would think of raisinga A Christian man and enclose 2 s\l ceS9. Don't be a barnacle oa the ship of pregress.Changemeana .

,,1ti The Banner hand against an officer of the law.I dollars the article was worth about .

fir- hare seen crowds around a prisoner dollars the article was cloth to an ; progress. Progress::means advancement

+ 1 I I .- --vr-Ti r-r rr. '. guilty of committing murder or other overcoat will yow forgive' ma for not
I : ,t crime that arouses .the wrath of doing it in right time Hope wilt
yew A etJM1K sneaa novcnrrntv MOVEt!
I I.\\ ;
., : Chipley! Fla. the people, but there never is an at. received it.". .
"1'''''" tempt to injure him. The law must ,
take its and the
:/,) : ... Stands for the Upbuilding of course, people never BALKED AT COLD 9TKKL.
11<, interfere. It ia astonishing to Caner
) fi 1 wouldn't let a doctor out my foot od I
: ''','' than therefore read of the lawlessness .
k'i; to
.'::1:I Chipley, said H u f.iy, Bantam,u., shah a norrtoioulcer
!..'frr..,-.I..., \ that exists in some parts of had ile5n the pftkzue-of life for tout -
'O( the United States.Waahington: year fnclew 1 used fiuckllo Arnica
)t.fWashington County. City
; Post.. Salve qnd my loot was soon completely cue ,
r < '
;, '. ,-:, ',,. .ed. Heals burn.,boll, cores, bruises, ej1Ecma. '-

I(: ), '. t 1" And Florida; pimples, coin; surest 1'ile cure 260 towrit...asr saM'.Lad.nea..aMs.p ..... Barber
tS. \ ARTISTIC 'TEMPERAMENT. at 8. E. McOeaohys.A. few. se' b __ ...... '
''I'' \.. ------- w. .&s teS'o

;., to.;:.) ', Subscription, $1 ,Per Yeac.We Bohemian Robert W.of novelists Chambers, baa, the a horrorof least G. McQuagge, an" MtftW IO..M Shop.JMo I I

.,, fo all those whose faults are cloaked T 3 IC
Notary Public or i"' 'ZfZZJ&Jff I
and condoned'' with the "the II' W Waiting.
;;(:. We make a Specialty of phrase, State at Large.. u>. ......... art aai .wart I I 1
f artistic temperament. "The artistic chMTf an UKxi.r**. Tr7s' -
.4f 3 Barbers 3
Ii IiIl'1:; 'f, Neat, temperament" said Mr. Chambers, t/I
: ; ) t.t.rp.,
"may be best denned as the, habit A D. CAUMICIIAE ]

: Artistic ol borrowing.forgetting to pay." 0pp.O.S Ira'tsdomaeashlIfosD.ti Everything Up-to-Now.
r '"I. Attorney at Lair : t -
.. .CoUeoUoss Shave ..... .. .... 1Sc.
Commercial Printing There little
'..' '. an attack 61 the grip except when followedby Fla. am_**1'*,,INT_tti,ffiflt* r Shampoo 25c.
r pneumonia and thl* never happens U II Wl-.oootf.... Q.a-nu. ... I Massage. ...... .... 25c.
Chamberlain' Cough Remedy is used. sled <*' WI'BlTor Y.Mt.b' Mfl.LiOOa ell' Uair singe.. 254:.

,.F. The Banner This remedy has woo Its great reputationand ]o J. JONES. 1 MOTHERS rxatI..for.'.,.their. r...CHILDJUCN.. tpa'WTnU.1 I
eite lvs tata by its remarkable\ cures 8o AI&A-w...the Cmx.u",80.. F G U1li8. We Solicit Your Patronage.
.. .....,... L ;
afoolds and grip-ami ea be relied upon ia t. ..'Ptr feast re b... ,
with taapHoit* i> .He. For sale by All Attorn.7..AtHUtLEY. -'-- Wlas5rtamnet..raeRMY/hw. .ahR9wtat Very Respectfully,

'r 6\; Chipley, Fla.rrc.t Dealers. FLA. 1IJe4., ,. .im=c4waatrasesr :W. D. Peters, Propr.
\ ..
,? .. -- I
; a
ff..JIJI! ,,, '
rltit' -?
'ii .
,. ;
'l f4 .' '
\ ; !I ,

':: iS',.:..;/ ,
r o I

1 l ; 'PW', :TOfW,- :(" I : "f t f i I f'. II.f.' 'T<1'tI: J'ri'; T f,, ('1'1'\0 !r: .,',,'
",.""l, ',;, , ', '" :.' :'." .1, ; ',1k, ... .: ',,1" :' .' I ''. ,' ', ." ; .: I I
: < !I

a. '
\ .'.

-- -- -
r r
: : ; of Merit. .............. ............

*VO 'HVNNVAVS ''NVIflddn I' ., : ,',' .

'fosropna sptresnoqx '.J PUnq-/poq pre otuo$ Citizens i Should Weig'hWell

1tt ".Iy spun :U18d aqt odolg rug This Evidence. l lire Fence. i

"S3s 3sip! UPI! pun DOVfOd poog ;Joj
saAjau PUB DorB 2p ?n3qi3uaj s-OTBjq enn : evidence in Chipley.
ojua| aq sasuusp-pooq rind 'paj 4qofa the testimony of strangers. lt'g '
the endorsement of ,
Chipley peo
'I. .!M. j js
-d d
.', ,the kind of proof given here. '_ I :III
statement of a Chipley citizen. II HH -
pomot.peogno&Pouriog9ouogr'orom on coop 1'PftbCall.. 'p| I A. 1;. Helton of Chipley, Fla., h I, 30 ti
asno sujimi 'd d'd o1 PIClJ.t 'SjpSTlBtl ors tt)391 8 l'l.' l ,
I ,
: "The statement
ere insaj poog lIOn woqq" .Ja I9IOY"1I1I IJuauvuuad public gave 1SJ 1\\' y
: years ago, recommending Doau's .... ,-- 24
IDjJ31r\Od }doiojjCAREER Pllla was entirely correct and -
(mnt8s"Jod: PU'8 00'R asod'gsy lPlJI.ld: confirm It. This remedy has Jflll -
failed to give prompt relief when 4 II I ( ,
: ... \ ...
had occasion to use it." 3 u ,:I\ -.. ........ I
-- --- -- given March 30, 1911. -:::-:"'-{""'-.t,0 --:- .

OF HEROISM CLOSES MIGHT May 7, 1908, Mrs.. Helton said: _...'._..-_....". _,:. ..1o _wM'-v_....-. ,__ _.wurq.M.:: ... ++.vr.". t

of my family had a severe &

Passing of Mrs. Janet Helen King, "Any of you of typhoid fever about a year \
Who Was Angel of Mercy on evening?" qu left his kidneys weak and : Just a word Farmers and Fence Builders: : :,.;

Many Battlefields. boarder. After that he was scarce '
from backache and the least <9' 0FARQLJHAR te
A career of heroism on the battle It appeared a tired, worn-out feeling. Having ,made a deal for Ten Car Loads .y

fields of Europe and Africa has had been there."Well advised a trial of Dean's

closed by the death of Mrs. Janet the Pills and this remedy was ob 3 of the Best American Steel Wire Fence, we :
Helen King of Parley, Middlesex to me, took ad at McGeachy's drug store. Its
England. When only about nineteen I in the ? relief from the pain and! are in position to make you better prices 0than .":

old she was of all persons in and acted as a tonic to the en : 3| \
years one a party before.
ever | -;
pent out to assist in nursing the feel that r ,the : ." .
in I. rise? sale by all dealers Price 50 :
troops engaged the between
: :
Russia andj} Turkey.. After the,party "Well, did Foster-Mllburn % Co., Buffalo, Be sure you, see us before buying wire :i J

lost its way, and the night was passedin inquisitive ': sole agents for the United IS :
"I refuse to .' : It means money saved, ,
open, carts, bitter cold and the the name"'Doan'a-and I""'

howling'of wolves effectually preventing other. < e e J

sleep. To Sister Janet'scare ,. ._ '-.. ., .. $

were allotted' .ome 200 patientswho .' ,. ),,............... .Chipley Hdw. 'c o. e +
lay in huts scattered amongstthe ,,'- .- G e ,I

through hills.the Daily snow from as she hut trudged to hut L ,'1', ; Capabilities In Line of 4JI)$<) .0 ()... eQG. "iJ y''

I Color Contrary to Pop-,, .__ n"_ .._ ,
on her mission of mercy, she'was I ular Belieffro Limited. '
exposed to attacks from the wild I MACHINERY CO. ,

dogs that infested Bulgaria. More is popularly supposed that the 43. E." Day Street '"

than once these brutes had her down, possesses the power of as- JACK8OINVILL. F, LOR A.. }r
her stick all the colors of the rain-
but and dagger. protectedher ;Largest ,stock of Machineryin
until her cries but nfatter of fact its 4
brought assist- as a ,
Florida for mills and
ance. At the close of 'the"war'' she in that line are restrict- ,

received the Imperial, Order of the as certain colors, are planing mills.EARQUHAR. "

Red Cross of Russia. She went out, beyond'its attainment. a M'' MACHINERY ';

too, to the Zulu war, and at Utrecht I I I ii 1 chameleon can, however pass has been 'built for 57 years;

3,200 sick and' wounded passed a. series of yellows, grays, more built today than any oth

through her hands. I and browns until it reaches a er. Let us tell you why.

I almost 'black; and, unlike the Send, for catalog and price.
I the chameleon can and does

Gin Notice. ;: its :sp ts., The chief causes
-6P: 'WJ !
:Magistrate rapid changes are anger, ex ,<
'mail? "" fear heat and cold. I
After Nov. 4th and 'until Prisoner the. full blaze of the summer BAV HEAD INN

further notice, the first assault chameleon takes on 'a black I ;
Magistrate i E. M.I. NEWMAN. Proprietor. ft
Chipley gins will run''on with pale, pinkish-yellow i (
Prisoner- : fand a central .stripe. : Bay Head Floridct.Mecca .
Wednesday and Thurs, 'liiU'iiii"A chameleon presents, perhaps, ,, I

day of each week only. Learn physical features in all ;1 of the, Tourist, Angler, Sportsman. ; .

for he resembles nothing .............................. : j

Chipley Gin Co. ','as. such one as of adorn the the mediaeval tower 1: Rates Per Dav j{ ''Newley Furnished }) Find Boating :

HUGH :FARRIOR It Dame His toes, in their 1, $1.00 and $1.30 ( Good Table J and Bathing. :

of, three on one side
A llli1m. g tt ;
I of the other of each hand ;
plete! Dre. ; ot, are most suggestive of a .. ,
ailed upon receipt. as is also the manner in which Saw Mill!
Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty. High-Class MachineryWe
II WE TEACH BY !' bopgh upon which the
I became Xpert carry at our new warehouse,
| ALL WORK GUARANTEED. fellow .is resting or climbing.
I OUR (;OR : 408 and 412.East Bay St., a large
I t-Omce over Chipley State Bank. you I Independent. for expression of"ardonlc humor, stock of Portable and Stationary
o daily yea can ....1.. ms to play about the mouth
Engines; Locomotive and Horizontal
I ,
akin* lor others jg
fchamelebn curiously height
DR. R. E. TILLER the eoat nl your. Return Flue Boilers; Saw-Mills,
...u.r". > by: the weird effects of the in 1 Planers Edgers, Saws, Belting

DENTAL SURGEON, .. SEND. -FOR \ ., moving. eyes. and Mill Supplies; also engine and
Carens Colle ?>1". .",' saw-mill repairs. Wai so handle thE

Chipley Florida, 't, celebrated line of Hustler! Saw Mill
of Agriculture and Erie Engines and Boilers. This makes the best SawMill, outfit on earth.
Office First Nat'l Bank.
over Get our prices before buying- We can save you money. A postal will bringour
of Florida. Traveler. Write for illustrated catalog: covering your requirements.

In Agriculture: A 4-year Malsby Machinery Co.

Palmer pol ; a 2-year course; a 1-year 408 &: 412. E. May St. .Jacksonville FMorlclL.onsc .
a 4-months course; a 4-week Distance Telephone* No. 11'74.
'* course; 14 correspondence .
A course for every need. You I'HELACKA WANNA EGG MACHINE

For Boys and enough to enter one of Th.IrckawsnnaVdhlte I rr*
Find out which one by hornaorabradforbuaJiKWfii ,.'t
:f l lDelPwriiak not for tudim. They nro UU'I4
to ere machines with tleworld'e
Springs j. J. VERNOIS bin blood'1
them.butkepttoo bu. (
y tu wi|
of Agriculture, Gainesville,
away tine with cup and i il>-
0009390990990900, Tuition Free. 'T .e w tt bona. We bar txty-fiva
brooding peni. every one
,, '/ hooded by an Brlatocrntlo 1m.1
--- -- -
DeFuniak Sorings
Located beautiful ..
at .
.!>'fJt1 that wUmoael1r.! up Stand il I
FOR PUHLICATION. 'w t I how room points. wltli urnu%
tauqua. Highest altitude in the State., 't'f'< strong. healthy, vlarorctm.
of the
Department Interior thorougrhbred yoarllnz hcn. We breed for yiJtl>r.
health. Well equipped buildings. Successor to a. Land Ofllco at (Galnp.-tvllle, li'la. Only tho Btrontr. h-Ulhy bird will eheUout tl,:
tennis October :1. lUll ,tr.xt.' r,
School. Strong faculty: Gymnaseum,. I < la hereby u\yen\ that Hal ..y"'Itlrd Evury breodliiif pon of equal valu', forll.ity e''nr.inUiiad .
Home-like school. Careful oversight. Offers Florida who on Ontobitr 17, and one price to all. Ua i hlns eM I'..t::. 6pvreettingofl6.f.o.b.Jnekeonvitlor
I. Uomeniead Entry No, HC83( licult (
courses and college courses. through Freshman No. 0351)8)), for NKtf of 4SV3.(. The simplest, lightest running, fastest tOOC In specially$10.00 per made hundred.ah'ppingbexce.Baby> chicks notovor4dhuu cxp -. o I
28. Township 3 north Range 13 cutting saw mill ever built-a mill .
run from Jacksonville f 20 Oil per hundred. S t Music and Art. Meridian baa tiled no- that you can buy at the right price and hatched Cockerel O.(X) .....h. of ,\i*.
make Final live eockorel and four aolectmt ( rclul; ,J JtO
Intention to year with which you can make big ono pullets no ia
establish claim to the land above .00. The Lackawannn Rho-le. 1land'Rect' 11
Elementary Depart before the Clerk of the Circuit rod. No etock for aalo. Settings of f tcon c..J
It's the Feed .
all.i '
; DubY chicks$ &.OO.hundl'td. starred j
.. Vcrnon Florida on the'JUthday: nab Rock hatchlnsr errs and baby chi ka BOiprloev '
The Elementary Department covers tne 1111.\ Every mill fitted with were cable names as witnesses Uharles Quoted ia tuivance. AdcJronfl. Dcpt. *f;;9
'set out attachments and
ram mar school and is taught by a separate Daniel McColl', Tony Klotnom, adjustableidler THE LACKAWANNA COMPAN1.
Improved carriage-backing
Daniel, all of Wausiiu. Florida. run SOUTH'8 AHOK.TT rOUI.TKY FLJUI
'r trained teachers. Henry 8.: Chutib vice is quick acting, aiid a time saver., JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
paid. Isolator Hade in all sizes, portable and stationary P.S.-We carry every apply t..ft the Poultrr.eifoedu
Parents the best thing you can do for remedies ineiihatnra. b..I', fminlo.1 seprnvers
aiitomntlo faden..hlyplal" CJU.M.nvock. yo
.to ducate' them under, Christian influences. P We manufacture Engines, Boilers, .etc.. pte.WANTED.Cash. '
line of hair
new Shingle Machines, Cut-OS SawsWood
in Florida offers you better advantages for at the Misses Richardson's Splitters, etc., and do Foundry Work. paid for baby (
College. Write for Information and price. on anything
any color'of hair. you need. Alligators 'and unhatched egrj s.
27tli i Mallary & Taylor Iron Works
School I :
opens : 6 ',. ; ; ', MACON 0*.. j' Can Use about 100.-C.' E. PLEAS, '
t- "Sendjor' illustrated;catalogue to'' "*> 'i Co's is the place ---- -- Chipley, Fla. '

I Lynn 1C Walker your Hardware. See them There is only one'best place to When you make up your syrup

.1" ,1' (:>v' /t. ;'; ; '4 .r .c ,! t at: p'. ee .every transaction get cow Teed and tha'tMa' at'Camp' you .want to put it .in cans; get

'. '. ? /, ,"PrQf..Oi". J./ Fisher ;JP ; ; be satisfactory. ', bell & Dekle 'Go's.". the from Dunn-Coleman
".... ,:, ': :, .,, \ j. *i. d ;. cans Co.

,. rtXiiket1 r .
', ,
. "g'.rll4P i' .' t' /"" It.l"\ :;JL;>Ai!;VL'ft'-JA. ':..W.;." { .:.I 1 .'' ,tlsde'1aJ ,. ...:..w.<:ttSu. lo.i.'t 3G \..:.*'Ji.?;'..SAK.; tSsdd ',. \; ,:;.; I.1:. :- 4..'





....... .......

r ]ii I Personal. IT as As possible.every money one begins pay Pay his the to bills preacher circulatelet as fast ] Town Topics. J IT I IB 1,

r Gen. R. L. Scarlett is in town the doctor, the merchant and do A Booster.It THE BIG UN f..AbBoluteReiia f.
not forget the newspaper man.
'I i again this week. '
feels fine to a booster.
You do not wish it said at your

; A. D. May: was a business visi- funeral,"the deceased was a goodman Try being a booster if you; are for ,

\ tor in the city Friday. but be would not pay bis not one now. ..

i ; Genial Mike Rodgers of Vernon debts." .Better wear common Read the advertisements in the. i1ity I
clothes and cut out luxuries and
was in town Saturday.
f Banner and profit thereby.
settle' up. Pay up-in part at
k. Joe Howell was up from Vernon least. Get a place in the good roads
and spent the day Friday.Jj procession-be a progressive. Anchor with "The dig Un." .
The election held Tues-
wife of Alford city Considerate conservatism is to for
W. O. Wells and banking care
Are advocate of
day was a very quiet affair. Of you an good"roads
.',:' were in town Friday evening. course the primary nominees or do cow trails appeal to the interests of all trades and ail classes, while catering -

I ;N A.' F. McCrary of Graceville, had no opposition, so not much you. to, favoring capitalizing none.

;k was in town on business Friday. interest was displayed. About Sympathy is the golden key WE DO THISat

I E. M. Newman of Bayhead. the usual vote was polled. which unlocks the treasure of ,

1', spent a few days here last week. Rev. J. T.'Baxter, who has been I wisdom. our 'shanty" on the corner of Sixth and Railroad

W. F. Etheridge ot Atmore, pastor of the Chipley Baptist Lots of people never wake up Streets, (the. intersecting streets to prosperity). BE

,Ala., was a visitor,in town Mon church for the past nine months, until the boosters wagon run over WITH US AND WE WILL BE WITH You.

a tendered his, resignation to the their toes. '
day.Mrs. church last to take effect The '
T. A. Dekle of Campbellton The November term of the U.
visited bomefolks. here this December 1st. S. court is in session at Pensacola I First '. '/'<: '
':, week. The jury in the Whiddon murder this week.

tried at Vernon last I
i\ W. H. Faulk and son of Clarksville case You may discount the future, I National
week rendered verdict of
; were here a day or two this a but the past is not worth the pa-
r der in the first degree, but rec-
week. per it is written on. Bank of
ommended mercy of the court. .
C. A. Myers of Tallahassee, Saturday, Nov. 11. What ot it? I .
Those who attended the Inter
was in the city Friday and Sat- Why, that's ,the date we wrote I Chipley.
state fair at Pensacola last weeks
urday. \ 11-11-11, and it will never hap-
y the exhibits were fine, and
': Mrs. E. S.., Craven returned that the fair as a whole seemed pen again. I ,0..w-.3

[.' Sunday from week's visit to Pen- .. .. ............. The L. & N. railroad commenced H oi'O"CiiO" ii i C"( 0'0' MO".">".,
\ to be a'" P.."..'....".'.............1. success.
sacola. the erection of their'larlie
The largest sweet potato we
water tank just east of the depot,
; W. E. Oliver of Galliver
was have heard of this year was on
of the visitors in this week. We Have Just Received of
one the city exhibition at Jacksonville last a Car Load

Tuesday.f week. It weighed 22 pounds and The first real touch of,winter

f I P. L.,Horne. was in town Friday was grown near that city. put in its appearance. Monday Brood Mares

,i-. bringing the Banner some Why not plant a few orange morning; and ice formed in ex- ,

;V'; fine 'yams. trees-enough to give your premises posed places.A The Finest Ever Brought to Florida.
r .
Senator W. of New a tropical appearance-and very large crowd was in town ..
,J H. Lynn
furnish wife children We also have lot of
)!; York and Lynn Haven, was in your and Friday to see the circus, conse- a new
with this delicious fruit. quently business was better than .
town this week. '
; The*Interstate fair at 'Pensa usual that day.' Horses'and Mwles.DunnColeman .
T. H. Blue from his
was up
cola last week the Mecca for
{ home in the business was Rev. Clyde Johnson will be here
W Valley on a
''iP, trip Friday morning all the state politicians. Aboutall Sunday and hold services at the Co.
the candidates were there.J. J
If't Presbyterian church morn-
I t;; ,. D. H. Mays, congressman from P. Morgan says the countryis ing and evening. You are invit-

'I&&": this district, was in town Friday, o. k. It is cheering to note ed to attend.As .

shaking hands with the people. that Mr. Morgan is pleased with "I. a
you sit shivering the fire
: Supt. of Education B. F. Gainer tits possessions.
these cool mornings, think of the
; .. ...
ei was up from his home at Wau- people of the north and west

!" sau. and spent Friday on busi Lost, Strayed or Stolen. who are freezing in snow and

I},:':. ness. One dark bay more, 11 years sleet, and be comforted.The .

;': Mrs. J. W. Berry and children old; weighs about 700 Ibs; slightly one thing needful more

!t' of Apalachicola," are here this graIn face;shod on front feet. than all others is for every moth-

: week visiting Mr. Berry's par- found notify A. L. PAYNE at !er's son and daughter of us to The above illustration shows our double

ft.,: ents. Greenhead, Fla., and receive re
stand and boost for
ward. up Chipleyand elastic soft pad Truss. Made in all sizes.
.' Miss Blanch Williams left Monday Washington county.

';'t' morning for Orange Hill, We ,guarantee every one sold.,
Will be Candidate for County Treasurer
r'r. where she will teach a term of Oysters, 35c qt.

.. school. After carefully considering the Good Butter, 35c,Ib. S. E. McGeachy CHIPLBV
it\ earnest solicitations of friends, I ,
;: Bee Brooks, editer of the Ver- have decided to become a candi- Bananas, 10c doz. Phone 36.

::: non, News, accompanied by his date for treasurerot Washington Cranberries* 20c qt. Prescription Druggist
:1f: wife and children '
i' spent Friday county, subject to the action of AT SCHELL'S
t, in the
t city.
Democratic primary. _._-_.,---
::'". Mrs. T. J. Watts has been seriously F. M. Russ. -

t, :'/ ill for two weeks, but we .. r-
:": are glad to note that she is some- 5 or 6 doea of "666" will cure any ,
I case of Chills and Fever. Price 25c. .
; improved now.

Dunn-Coleman Co. have Wire # :. .
C. P. Cassidy and wife '
J'i' passed "
4 : through,town Friday enroute to fencing all kinds. .. ;' ',' ,, .:.t-1' \:." ;
,1/1; ,'." -
their home at Graceville, from a Millinery novelties of all kinds ... '::"::: NOTICE!' "' '.l"\.t" "
!. trip to the Interstate.fair at Pen- at the Misses Richardson. j'i:'. "J' '"' ', ,,.
I '
ih .> :
'. sacola. Meet me at McGeachy's drug ,.'. I >' : 11r.-; ;
\ .j
store and lets cold drink. ,It. '.' ,:' ;
get a : '
J -
Miss Maggie Allen has received !\ ),, : J _,r
i from the Times-Union handsome 5 or 6 doses of "666"'will cure any u" .
a .
\ '
.::. ; case oi Chills and Fever. Price 25c. We again'call attention <; -;,
chest of forty-two pieces of your .
i' silverware as a premium for subscriptions T-L. Wells & Bro. are laders ,. ,

't,:. sent in. n:dry.goods, clothing and shoes. to your Accounts and Notes. f '

I "j.; L. A. Brock, one of the coun- Ladies sweaters,the very thing .

,' ty's largest cattle raisers and all for these cool mornings, at B. They are past 'due and must '

'i. round successful business men, Blake & Co's. U ..

. '+;i. ': was in town Friday enroute home FOR SALE.-40 acres of land,3% be paid. :..: :;,.;. .. i
from Pensacola, where he had miles from Vernon; any reason- I h '. ,
I ,:,t.
>..- been to see the fair. able takes it. This is a good op- Don t..:, c" ;
: "
forget '
portunity to get a home.,Ap- '. ,
you. '.: "
C. W. S -
representing .. ;
; :t. .
ply at Banner office. ,. .
fa f the Times-Union soent several ,

days here and at Vernon last FOR SALE.-About 60 stands of ... )

week taking subscriptions for Italian Bees, in patent hives; .: '. : ., .'. .,:- '
that splendid paper, and he had cheap for'cash; or will trade for

y1 good business, too. cows, heifers or native ewes.E. .-C. I ._., '. ,
P-EAS, Chipley, Fla. I
C. A. Grubbs, a prosperous naval II I
y, '" stores operator near Wausau, i
'" was a business, visitor in town Waller Hotel. Dunn-Coleman Company C111pfiQyi.

q; Friday. He was a caller a the B. F. Waller Proprltter. FU.
Banner office where he left i
an order "
i Opposite Depot. A. G.
McQUAGGE. General
for stationery and two samo- .
leons on subscription. Rates: $1.00 Per Day. 0fc0Ml ,\


' { 1.2 J3. A. JY 4, Y' ./11M... X. .:I".i4J.J /1\, milll" .J.t4tJJj..t.t ...'.. ".,.u.di.: ..M".ti.. ,"" "J., <:-'/"l.. ,.,<<\\1:1>0-.""' ,',...4.f<. A'ua. ."U.4. ;:... ', .,.......,. '.. .;.v.>'...,"" .., .. ., .,. i.'t' ,t-,..;jo! .

". ....