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Place of Publication:
Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
November 23, 1911


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Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Chipley
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“The town that was built on a railroad,” Chipley is the seat of Washington County, located inland in Florida’s Panhandle, just south of the Alabama state line. First known as Orange, this small West Florida community was founded in 1882 in anticipation of the arrival of a railroad that would connect the farming area with markets in Pensacola and Tallahassee and in neighboring Alabama and Georgia. Shortly after the line was completed, Orange was renamed Chipley in honor of William D. Chipley, vice-president of the Pensacola and Atlantic Railroad, a notable figure in the political and economic history of the area and an aggressive lobbyist for railroad land grants. The town’s first newspaper, the Intelligencer, edited by J.C. Langley, also began in 1882. The Intelligencer was renamed the Chipley Banner in 1893 and published under this name until 1943, when it merged with the Washington County News.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
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'W ,paid for, i information Jo .,Eye;' Specialist' ,. 200 acree: of round timber, to the CITY MARKET
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HEADS HEADS my thoroughbred'Jersey' bull on office the First. ...Tuesday. in January Bennett, Fla., on Econfina creek. JIM SKINNER. Mgr. '

,NOTE R ENVELOPES or abqut Sept. 15, 1911* 1912. Consultation and examinationfree Apply to R. B., MASHBURN, Ben- \; .......!
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CIRCULARS rr PAMPHLETS able to vote for president ,next ,After caretully'considering the will tonight give a: great banquetin will appreciate vour patronage. y'

MILL 1. 'COMMISSARY, year, though 1,000,000women In I earnest !solicitation of friends, I Birmingham in honor of. Congressman We keep everything ,good to I ;r

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DRAFTS that distinguished'privilege.! : |, date for. treasurer Washington cratic leader,on the lower house. Fish, etc.and when you get these .
I RECEIPTS WEDDING N VISITING I county, subject to the.. action of -- .. I'' things from us you are assured "' i(4 y of this section are ,Democratic primary. Georgia refuses to license wo- : of the best. I

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TO ORDER new crop of syrup will help won- ,Lost SI rayed or Stolen. suffragettes will get in control. 'Phone No. 135. : ,
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Lodge No. 56, I. O. 0. F., will .FOR SALE.-40 acres'of land, j If found( notify .A. L. PAYNE, at FOR SALE.-About 60 stands of Attorney at Law. )1w: ,,: I \, I.

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''Ii Comrades:

T;; \VA.LTBR Wv.JONB0, Bdltoe.u You are requested to meet in

":,',' Entered at the pmtofflce at Chlpter.Fla.-, ai Chipley December 9th, which a EUiTUE.FT: : -T
second ciao mail matter. :
:, ./ .,n- js tbe'second Saturday in

;': SUBSCRIPTION BATES: month, at 10 o'clock, A. M., ,to

OSS! TBAJt....... .-.......:.......$1.00 transact business of importance.By .
., SIX MONTHS,...... ....... ........ sofa oder This is,just to remind you ,
THBEK MONTHS......"....".... .25Advertising t"
S. M. Roberson, Com'd.A. .
> ttett the'Holidiiy Season wilt ."
rate furnished on'a.lilkaU06. J. Matthias..; Adjt.Thanksgiving.. ,u.' .' ., ;i iH ,,: ,

,"f Communication of local interest on,Jive are topics solicited., especially It Day will be celebrated |( 'soon be here, and: nothing ,

.Is understood however, that the publlsh- all' other the United ,
of THE!: BANNER: will not be responsiblefor i i. ': ean buy maikear a more :
':' opinions expressed: by correspondents.TTE States next Thursday. Presijdent ., '

". BANNER wants a live representative Taft issued a. proclamation aeceptibte' paresent than a |;:
and correspondent at every postofflce caIlingad, the people to give ;5,1
In the county, and will make liberal arrangements ,' ."
thanks +that to AlmightyGod .
with the rlurt. parties. on day nice piece of Furniture.: : | .
for His loving kindness dur- .
THURSDAY Nov. 2O, 1911. ing the past year. ,
Before buying furniture of :
.- Thb'depa7tment of commerce : :';

Japan now has 680) Christian> kind itr bar furilf-" :
ally stop .
churches, with more than 67,000, and labor announces that the .
United States consumed in the > ; '
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members. what' :
MMM .. '.-. -- aggrCdtitc more+! than' any other department, see ,/,

The :Marion county fair 'is on country and leads all nationsin ?t' 'have and get mnr priced; : ;$: ;:: ,
the total consumption
this week, and The Banner acknowledges :- '
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an invitation to tie) liquors, wines and distilled spir- : \ ; : i 'M";
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present. its with the enormous total of you.

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Eight million people in Russia, ,

I owing to the failure of crops, are "Felon's stripes" as a punishment Campbell & Dekle Company.The .

suffering for food. The famine! 'for piracy under benevo-

covers twenty provinces. lent'rules of reason' are pro-

posed in a bill amending the Sher- '-"'-":"-' '

man anti-trust law drawn by .
The papers are,making a great I .' over the fact that Representative Henry of Texas, shortest Thanksgiving W. A. McttAK. D. W. McLsoD. J. A. OBMOND,

'. twelve females sitting on a jury and:will be introduced in the proclamation ever written is by President,; Vice-President. Hec'ty.Treah.Florida > .

in California could not agree- House upon the opening of Congress Governor Gilchrist,.artd i>lias-fol- :

not even on where they would next month.... lows:, "In accordance with '' Land'Title & Trust Co.

take lunch. Nothing remarkable time honored custom and in pur-
This country is growing mighty "t.
about that; suance of a proclamation issued OF"TVlariatiria '

.. fast and the railroad advantages by the president. the, United''
are making the products of November 30
States, Thursday, TFlei.
Exponents of the high tariff : ,
section the food of all. It
any 1911, is Hereby designated as a
of the will
laws Republican party
," soon be telling:' the farmers of the simply means that food and foodstuffs day of Thanksgiving: the 'giverof 'Places loans'on' improved farms in 'any amounts
are in greater demand and '"
South that 'the Democratic partyis that there must be more raised all good'gift. .and...graces. Above $500. on long terms at' low rates .of interest .

responsible for 'the low price and with payments. Call and make
to 1:0 around It should add to easy yourapplication
and ,advocating Washington is the best'county .
y of agitating -
cotton by -
the value of farm '
products. early for fall' loans.
tariff revision. .. of all if you want to live among

.. the best people on earth.-- It is a
It is a great pity that the farm- county of schools, churches and J. A. ORMOND Manager, :
John M. Slaton, president of ers of the South could not have
tend is cheap1 and MARIANNA FLA. :;
good society
the Georgia Senate, was last taken the advice of wise men and .
the soil productive, and one! Can
Thursday sworn in as Governorof planted diversified crops, instead
Georgia. He succeeded Hoke of gorging the market to such an make an independent living on' a The First 'National Bank
small farm. There are' thorn
Smith, resigned, and will serve extent with cotton that"those whobaven't ,
as' chief executive until Mr.Smith's the hold it haveto ands of acres of lands in this OF PSHSACOJUK. FL2C,' .

is elected. sell it at sacrifice. It is county-high, dry and' productive '
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successor D..I0n ted Depositary of the. United State.
.. .. be hoped that heed'will be taken lands-"that will soon be'' con .

by the experience ot this year, verted into profitable farms with ; Old*** and Largest Panic In West Florida.. .;
A brilliant star shining in a and a amallef acreage of the sta- comfortable' homes.' The tide of ORjt: a 'ZXTO TTTXTST 3.O. i000.Capital : (,:
10 o'clock in the .. >,...1'.... _I
cloudless sky at ple'will be planted next year. immigration is turning this way. j ,, I
morning,caused, much wonder, Half Million Dollars. ',j I

and consternation some 9s.rplu. arid Undivided Profit, $100,000. ',4 :
Hon. John W. Watson of Miama 'Fla. "
of the people at Charlotte; N. C. Istcrcst PaWls Sarlsrs Department at Rat of 4 per cent per Annum. 'i1'

last Thursday. The unusual
caused Candidate for Governor. THe Fffrsit National Bank .l
phenomena was probably ,
condi- Of PB1'IBACOL'A., "
by peculiar atmospheric
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tions. L. .m. W.KV HTBR..J_..Pnoldirat. W.S.KBYBBB. Vice-Proa ,
.. w..1.FOKSM.'Cmahtar. 'Tvc.W.BuiMT Ant.Caihler. W.N. ROBBKTB Asa Cushier
.,... .. 4 r 1Nrtc.-F.C.Brent. W. A.Blount. W.8. Kerer. Wm.H. Knowles. W.K.HFer.
W.J ]orbs, KomrM Eyss TtWK W.Brent. ','
By a vote of 1,379 to SOS the ,I.,,,':
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from the western section of Hills- \ . . . .

boro, was created in an election

'held in the territory included in Neat ]Printing :

the new county last week. Un- ,

der the act passed by the last : Creates a good impression ;

legislature creating the county a .1 1 '

three-fifths vote was required.The ,;< : among your correspondents :

vote cast in favor of the new I .
and helps to give your business -
county far exceeded the number .1*. '..,"
required. Clearwater is to be t 'prestige. '
the site.
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HOW CHRONIC COUGHSAre ,. at Reasonable Prices. 1.1 1 1)f:!f

Being Cured by Vinol : '
New Haven, Conn.-"I was troubled Banner Job Office. .,

.. with for a a long most tlma persistent and had chronic tried so ccugh many Mr. Watson was in Chipley last Thursday renewing old . . . . .

remedies and prescriptions without acquaintances and making new ones. Mr. Watson is a candidate *
benefit that I was discouraged. t was
for Governor, and he is going to win, too.
persuaded by my friends to try VI- says

(',. iiol. After taking the second bottle. Mr. Watson has the State legislature about sixteen ; WANT 1B1:'
uy cough left me, and I must, say I YOU j <
rover felt better in my life. I can also years, serving one session as speaker.Mr. Better
t r recommend Vinol to any one In a a
.' run-down condition as the best posst- Watson has always been a friend td West Florida, and

'Jjlo remedy." in the Legislature and out ot it, has let 'Thaf question wilt fee asked: you 'Almost dally by business men seeking: y tlZ,
never am opportunityget '
It Is the combined action of the MrvtcesJf you qualify-take the Draughon Training-and show ambition to nut'?
-medicinal elements of the cods' livers away to assist in promoting and developing her interest.Mr. More BANKERS Indorse DRAUGHON'S Colleges than indorse all other bt1i,.,{-\:
ness collegee COMBINED. 48 Colleges 18 States. International reputatkaU' ;
aided by the blood-making and Watson thoroughly imformed State matters, *.....r. T7wrlUB. r.._.1., 1.1'11.1ItN'1II.hlt.meU... Letter Wrliioif BsAluhg''
strength-creating! properties of tonic upon Iw VBUi a.sW.ryarueb..i Umd rosrJIONoI: GUARANfEDunder reawrauUecondilu PI. tfII8JI.
Iron which makes Vinol so effldenl la especially the State's institutions, and, if elected would give Bookkeepers all over llom Study. Thousands of tcrnl&# j
curing chronic coughs cold add the United States say that Oraughon's iers! bookkeepers, and sUnogra rf-nt.-'.
bronchitis-at the same''time bnlftfmcup the people a plaid, progressive, honest business administration. New System of Bookkeeping saves them holding good positions as the result"ttf
from 25 to SO per cent ia work and worry.Shwrtkaad. taking Draughon's Florae Study. "
the ,
run-down system. Mr. Watsod was always, sent to the Legislature by the Practically all U. 8. official CATALOGUE. For prllesoll lessoiTJy
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Try of Vlnol with th.'bn-
a court reporters writ.the System of BY MAIL, write JNO': F. DaAtGde4'f: ;
,'derstandlng that your money win W 'farmers and stockmen. whose interest he keenly protected. Shorthand Dran hon Colleges teach. President, Nlahvlll! Ttnn. Fix fret'Cat$
;, returned if it does not help 700. JVAyr Because they know it is tto best alogue on course.COLLEGE, w>i i/e!
;: Mr. Watson will be in this section again in a few weeks and /.

). Chipley, Fla..'. will'make a thorough canvass. JegfcseeeUie.F..,..Atlaot..Ca.,o M UU oaf M-uljomcr/*. .


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Tenderloin Character Pay $&00 for "Mucfi" .judicial; power has Race
Living In Loftier Ceuntrlea
I I' Six Glittering Pieces of been shifted to the executive branchof Speak In Higher Tones, Asa '
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I is not what will the courts of -
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'' posed I New York and Chicago and either Generally speaking, races living at e

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cheap Jewelry ? I say this un-American and highly pitched voices than those liv-

have characters fleeced a of number large of Tenderloin of* directly* opposed to the constitution, ing in regions where the supply of PRINTING ;

I sums which, provides that there shall be oxygen is more plentiful.
in the last two weeks through
money three separate departments of gov- Thus, in South America, among ?
modern methods to old
applying an ernment. With the balance main the Indians living''on the plateaus ?
trick. One of their victims William .
tained between executive between the I ,. :5
judicial, ranges of the Andes, at :
Snyder, proprietor of a resort in ,
and legislative branches of the government an elevation of from 10,000 to 14- "
North Ninth street has to
appealed there can be no danger to 000 feet, the'men have voices like Creates itnpres- i
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the police for the arrest of the men, -
the individual. --Judge Grosacup. women, and the women like children -
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their singing being a shrill S among ,your cor .
\ from him for six of
r' got pieces glass, GLORY., monotone. "
:{;1ll.l which he mistook for diamonds. The Australian respondents and helps '
native have
\" ? a
At the suggestion of the swindlers Jlmmte-Billy's awful stuck-up,
weak voice but knack ,
r a
sending give
: Snyder took two of the diamonds to isn't he 1? your
it a long distance and the lowest I.
I : ;" a pawnbroker, who offered to lend ,Chimmie-Well, hain't he got a tribes of African ,Bushmen would : prestige. ::

,!I.f l him $350; upon them. Snyder hastened right to be? He caught de first come into the same but ,

; .,. back to where the swindlerswere cramp of ''de swimming season dis category; .
it is
said, of all human
rfir-, waiting and said that he would year, went barefoot and had his big beings, the
pygmies of central Africa have in
ti"'=' : ,, buy the six for $500. But one of the toe'cut on a piece of glass a coupleof "
: point of volume and the
:,',f' rogues, pretending to suspect that weeks before any of de rest of us.. weakest of human compass, We Do Neat ';
I voices.Harper'Weekly.
'. :, .Snyder had carried information to got stung by de first bee, and was de .J 'i'

." 'i/?I the police, snatched the two stones first kid to get pinched by cops for }A..

'.,ti from his hand and moved as' though playing ball tin'tie streets !-Puck. A t.. Tiftfisonnhlft... ...., .. Prices 'I
-- -- --" "'" --- e ,
: determined to depart. For pales In the Bide or chest dampen apiece .

.1.. Snyder, fearing to lose the chance ; LOVE.. I of flannel with Chamberlain,8 Llol- I
meat and bind It over tbe Beat ol the pain. I'I'I
to the 'diamonds bor- said that love dice"}:: I
1 buy hastily "It is never / There la noahlng better. For sale by All : H' ? '

,. .''..". ,rowed. $500 and gave it to the "Maybe it' never itoca ; but it frouteiitly Dealers, I: .

::,' strangers. In return, they handed : {JIM'* i.'i'o :t Iriiuco.: at tao: r'"j<' Give us next order.

:: six of It f t.. your ,
him glittering pieces glass. c iiu'k' i I"HI. ELECTRIC CHURCH CROSS. "

:: was not long after their departure "1 am pleased recommend Chamber and ,we will give you''per"I"I

r .. that Snyder discovered that he had lain's Cough Remedy an the best thing I The gilded cross, 12 feet high by

', been swindled.-Philadelphia North- know of and safest remedy' or coughs colds 9 feet wide, on the great steeple ol fect satisfaction t thus :,

and bronchial trouble," writes :Mrs t. B.
American. St. Mel's church has ita
Chicago, of
Arnold of Denver, (;QJo, .We have used It making. you one our .. .4
north and south faces outlined with
repeatedly and It has never failed to give .

A KATIIEU'B VENGEANCE relief For' sale. by All, Dealers.SAY. 70" electric incandescent lamps, for regular customers.

.. I illumination during church festivals.
would have fallen on any one wbo attaeked .
the eon of Peter Bandy of South Uockwood, The effect is 'very striking, even at .
Mich., but he wa powerless before attacks great distances. The Louisville Bo-

of Kidney trouble. Doctors could not help man' Catholic cathedral and other \
him. he wrote,so at last we gave him Kleo- !
churches will follow suit
probably ,
trio Bitters and he Improved wonderfully THECHIPLEY'
from taking six bottles. Us the best kidney > as the innovation is giving rise to .

medicine I ever saw. Uackache, tired feeling We will send the Banner free for favorable comment among church ,!HO

loss of appetite, warn of
nervousness :Mechanics.
the term of this school to people.-Popular
kidney trouble that may end In dropsy, dia- BANNER ;
bells or BrIght's disease Beware: Take

electric Bitters and be safe. Every bottlo TO Every White TeacherIn CONFIDENT ASSERTION. r '

guaranteed. COO at S. E. McGeacby's! I
"Well, Charley, dear, said young

Washington CountyWho Mrs.' Torkins, "I don't know much Chipley Fla. i

NORWICH'S GIFT TO QUEEN., about baseball" i? /Sp .

will send us the news of "You truly don't," replied hei \.
The bird in all England "
proudest .
husband. \ _...
be the which their community each week, or
is-or ought to canary "But I'd be willing to leave it to "

the citizens of Norwich are aboutto every two weeks at least.Correspondents the boys on the bleachers if I don't r,:I

present to. Queen Mary.\ It is the s know more.about the game.than that t I r

handsomest of its kind obtainable, may write on decisions The New York World A
.. umpire who gave three straight : I We promptly obtain U. 8. and Foreign /
selected by a special l committee of t: ; "
anysubject: of general interest. against as. -Washington Thrice-a.week Eedilion. t: '
experts, and it is a songster with exceptionally Star.
S rich notes to delight thequeen' Our' onlY request is that they, re- '
The Thrlce-a week World hopes to be
and sometimes remind .
ear i Chamoerlaln'a Stomach and Liver Tablets In 11)08) a better paper than It ,has) ever I

her majesty of her loyal workingmen frain .from. ,using. "'the name- of any do not sicken or gripe, and taken been before and It has made Its arrange1menta
friends in Norwich. It will be with perfect safety by the moat delicate accordingly. Its news servico cov; I < How to Secure Toil nr MARKS wrftlt

housed in a cage bearing the royal person in a way.calculated to give woman or toe youngest child. Tbe old ers the entire globe, and It reports every Patent. ana I t'- to a

arms and the 'arms of the city of and feeble vi\ ill also find them a most eul'a-' thing fully,'promptly and accurately. It

offense.. ble remedy for aiding add atrengtyenlng Is the only paper, not a dally, which Is'll/l/
Norwich. This to the i I' l
gift queen'dl.rects { for and which will 3
their weakened digestion aad regulating good as 11 dally, keep von
attention to the enormous trade '. Let us Hear the Ixroeli. For sale by All Dealers. as completely Informed of' what la hap:'
in canaries done by Norwich. Some pening throughout the world. Opposite U. S. Patent Office \ 11.

,4,000 people are regularly engagedin f The Thrlco-a week World Is fair In Its WASHINGTON D. C. iks
OLD-TIME SUMMER DRINKS. political reports. You can !get the truth :
canary-breeding in the city, and From You. .
i fljom Its columns whether you are a Republican
I'';, their total yearly shipment of birds In the old days one braced himself or Democrat, and that Is what W.bDOUGlt .

!'r I is about 30,000. Most of,.,these, go I for hot weather with plenty of you want. >4' 1

i to America New York alone taking We want the News "cool drinks," that is to liquid A !spoolal' feature of the Thrlce-a-wecli! J'I
say, World has always been Its serial fiction; j jTtntiliMnhAa $3 $3 &$4eSIIS.t :
abut 20,000
I } annually. fire with ice in it. In this respect ._ .._...____._ novels by_ the__ best_ authors.. . In --.-..-' ------
science is bringing about a notable the world, noves wblcn In book form,sell BUYS

s reform. However ,the doctors may for tl.50 apiece, and Its high standard la i
ii, be divided this respect will be maintained in the future ,
I' ( Homer Military School as to the harmfulness of 0.1110 the past. S rI
alcohol in 'r
general, they are agreed
fi 1851 1909.Oxford. The '.rhrlce-I .week World's regular E
''I .North Carolina that it Is not the thing for hot subscription price Is only $1.00 per year

Classical Scientific and English Couries. Prepares for Col- weather, and those who are not its and this pay for lea papers.. We offer \

,, legs training University develop or prompt the Government obedience Academic and manly"carriage.'Military slaves carefully avoid it at, .such this unequalled newspaper and The.Ban Itr
Academy 68 years old with experienced teachers. Cadets er together for one year for tl.05. 'The
dine with the principal and ladles of securing All The day of the mint julep, lyar
educatllyy unbicrlption prlc" of the two ,
the culture of nome life. Cultivate Modern the and other regular papersU r.
gin rickey
t buildings, perlect an1tatfon.wholesome fare no crowding. "pegs" sup '3ix.
,, I r Beat moral mental physical and social training. Shady posed to be especially comforting in '
\ lawn athletic park, one quarter mile running( track, 800 % r'm r jI '
k acres. Ideal climate, helpful environment In the loclalatmoaphere hot weather has passed, and the 6O YEARS' +
4 of refined Christian peopleThe town noted a
for over a century as an educational centre. world is learning that the best thing EXPERIENCE <
Catalogues ready for dletrlbutingHORNER I about them is the ice.-SpringfIeld
-I Col.J.C.Homer Principal.Oxford. N.' C. Republican. THE LARGEST MAKER AND [ ET.!; '
: 1
i _
I -' "I have worn W. L. Ooualxt shoes rr>- "
II TRADE MARKS past si* Years and always find they .',-"
II I "I know he's silly, but I have a DESIGNS, luperlor ball other high"rnilu aho.-ii l-i k '. / ,
II I W comfort and durability." .
I soft spot in my heart for poor 119 Howard Ave, Ui.n r>. /
rliolrh find
Anyone trnAlng a dmorlptlon may 4
I quickly. n,nt'riiiiii: our upuuon| I free whether aa If I could take you into r./ t t.>' TP '
Coolly. In.entbinlepr..ualdrpnun| l ''''''!'!. CotnmniitoatlonciMriutiyiiiiii tories at Brockton M...., and show :
I, ..if it were in your head, it would cent: fruo. UV1'.1 na I'ltMlnl.noy for HANDDOOX/:a.lcuringpoteut.on Patents. bow .carefully W. I_ Douglas, ,,'.ie .
I t'nfent tHkurk tnit, >uul> Aluun St &* reoslvspeekantic' made, would realize vhy they .. t .
suit the object of the matter better. wliliuuC vhnrve, in the you .
.", V : thoir shape, fit better, wear /onir-si-/ : i ,
STARTS; MUCH THUUBLK.If !:.. Scieutiilc' jmerica.uAnnn ] are of greater value than any other pLI. '.

.... .. ... ..... f A.frV.O.V-BreihMW.-UCc.n,f'K l ,i...'.eon ... r .;1
> 1 we.kt. circulation ,
Hln "
all people knew that neulecl 01 connt.1- <1.n.i- r m ., S3 >a htfliiiiHMt the'sal l.l,.,. *l'i.i.,. .><. ittta, tH
.t HMoniiuo' Ju."al. 'l.ur"' n :
I \, d- patlon would result In severe Indigestion, eerrfrurmunthsL ally tfuiil brail Sr'ntQl your M ilmblflr.ll Orunr cMjiiu t.>t...lie..,.you.... wiui w. w.Mlioi.t" "i I

1,(l 7j-r .- 'Ib ..rr': }/lL'sIS jaundice or liver trouble they would! soon E MIIHM f. vU fl.l*SStUroadway. NpW rrkBrapub IllUM -
i, r//JJtJJ take Dr. Kitg's Mew Life Fill,ond end Ir. Ofllou. C25 V St..Wachlnuion.U.C. a

Its tbe only safe way. Best for bllllouenesneadaMe CURTIS L. .JONES.

[ ': djspopsla, oblll, and debility 1

: 25o at'it )C. McQeaehy's. Public State at
R. F. SCARLETT Notary Large.
.. :,. EUblUb. U 1894. The aim'of the aehool la clearly Nt forth by Ma ,
I ,\ Thorough Inatraetlonunder itiT ly Christian influences at the lowest
.t"MOTTO.. poseibieeti All business entrusted to I !
The school wee_Ublish d by the Ifcthodlat Chtlfth..ot to make mon.y. bat to famlah COOK &: MORAL. Notary Public.Real -
0 a place where girls can be given thorough tralnlnc in body. mind..'and heart at a moderate '
will have prompt
I .; cost Th.object ha been K>tally carried oat that.a I Attorney at La w.Aaroffk my care my '' 4
It, with Ita faculty of 82. ita boardlne patronage of 800.and its
t. RESULT: building and.-j worth 1140,000 art Guilty Slate folk. attention. Fees reasonable i
I Estate Handled
I 4 rt an charges for the fear Incladlnr'the) table board room, llvhta.! 'steam Careful attention glien all nntruit. Collections a specialty. Can,tie found'at, Post Office.
$ I I I Cat laundry medical attention physical culture and tuition allaubJecWI to my care. Collections made. ., "
***-*** music and elocution. Apply for catalogue and application blank to
neepe Agent for responsible time and ara>teated Inr
I REV JAMES CANNON JR..M.A..............BIac...._.v. uranceconioanlea.. Office 'in First National Bank. Wausau, Florida




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:, 1-' DO YOU NOW I
V}, It !
]ftr CUurcu Directory .'hi Ancient of Hontaty Mythology and 8h Bulwark*Wa PUdp Helps : -

M. E. Church South-Preaching every Honor. That now i Ie the time to build that home or business house A
U and 3rd Sunday .,11... m. and "p.-. of I have been considering The present business depression 5 ,
'.i t L. II. Chapuelle, a. r. i Mrs. J. F. Daniels, of I you has reduced the price of lumber and building materials; labor '

s.,1cis Superintendent.Sabbath School -10 a. m. W. N. Sheets In the ancient mythology, Truth Sip, Ky., writes: "I[ was is cheap and plentiful, and'you can build now for 25 to 50 per .

Prayer Meeting Thursday nights. was a goddess and the mother of: so sick for 3 or 4 years, cent leaa than inUNE

nights.Young Everybodyeordlalllnvlted.Men's prayer meeting Tuesday] Virtue.' She wore garments as white 1 had to hire my work 1907 OR JUNE 1908. I
'M mow; her looks were serene, pleasant done, most of the time. : fo

J Baptist Church-Preaching every 2nd courteous, cheerful, and yet I had WhenI When think of lumber orjbuildlnjf material, think of us !5f
given hope. you
and 4th Sunday. Rev. Baxter.pastor. up .
,'k'. Sabbath School a. m., F. C. Hawk modest; she was the pledge of 'all ... and the fact that we have completed a modern up-to-date millIP
\ to take Cardul
Superintendent. honesty, the bulwark of honor aac began work mill and can famish everything made of wood used in f&
",,'-I'. Prayer Meeting Wednesday nights.Postofflce Ihe light and joy of human society. knew, right away, it was .. a ,building: from sills to comb, and that toe can .2 I

{ Such was truth, which in these helping me. Now, I am .; DO IT QUICK. e
;::; : Directory is much abused. We are so apt better than ever before in
days 0
Office hours 7:30 a.m. to 7:00 t m.1 except Moulding Framing: Bank
i,. \ Sundays. to think if we hare truth on our side my life, and Cardul did it" 0 Sash Doors Casings Flooring Drug

Is I ,'IA fiajt-bound mall closes at 10:20.m we have a right to be proud, arbitrary Blinds Base Ceiling Store :
toiU I., \: West-bound mall closes at 5:10: p.m. and insolent but whenwe e Frame Finish Siding Fixtures.
,. even ; .
f\\i .' Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 m. .
\' and leaves on arrival of, the east boundViil act that way we may be sure that ; CARDUI Estimate cheerfully. furnUhed. Freight. paid to your. sta- .
.(" mall. the truth: is not our ally. Truth is< 0 tlon if desired .
;(. ", Sunday hours: 11:30 m., to 12:30 p. m..,
rude and unkind. It does not
Inr not
'. :
hours when
i. Money Orders Issued at all 0 MANUFACTURING CO.
.'.;. office is open, except Sundays. bawl. and bellow and shake its fist MARIANNA ,

.. .T P SCIIEL.L P. M under our nose. Truth is friendly;, The Woman's Tonic MARIAl NA, F' ..A. .

and when it isn't it is a lie.
'" Oar Clubbing Ed t. : LONG DIBTAF4CB PHONB 11:3.:
.. There is another thought one gets Cardui has helped thousands

;':;\ Journal BANNER, per and year $1.75.Semi-weekly: Atlanta from the mythological faith, and of weak, tired, worn- .........................:1 ;
the -
week New York:>> that is this, that Virtue is daughter
4ti 'I It k'" BANNER and Thrice out women,back to health.
World per year $1.65. of Truth. So if a man's life, is
T:,, It has a gentle tonic
\ action

.' BANNER and Semi-weekly Tlmea-''n11' presided over by truth, it is necessarily UNIVERSity OF FLORIDA. Florida State College For Women
: n and Citizen per year, 11.50. on the 'womanly system -
/ ," a virtuous, and honorable life. 1
'I?"I BANNEBUnd Home and Farm per year It to the :GAINESVILLE 'TALLAHASSEE
and if it isn't that kind of a life h< goes cause .
1.2.1: A Superior But, Inexpensive Institution for Calico of Arts and Sciences. Normal School.
.. '. a : may know, that it is born of error of the trouble. It helps, it Florida fount Me. I I School of Music.School ot Art School of Expres
-- lion School of Home Economics.
,"i. f and wrong. When we see,a man attacking helps quickly, surely, safe- Four colleam.: aaTkultllraJezperlmeat station; First class equipment throughout. Tuition
'; General Directory. University extension. 46 professors and assist free. Otburexpense..erylow. For Information
another or another's cause ly. It has helped others. ant. 80 per cent increase in attendance last address

,: STATE OFFICIALS. with prejudice, hate and angry Why not you? It will year.catalogue Attractive address. building A.A.MttrlREE.and campus.Presides For!. EDWAID CONRADI. Prtildesl.W .

ar> Governor-Alber W. GllchrUt. I i, :words, we turn about and go up: Try It. Get a bottle today! .. '
I' : Secretary of St .te-H. Clay Crawford. street in sorrow, for that man who H. MILTON, M. L. DEKLE, F. M. GOLSON. I

I f. Attorney General- Park Trammell, ha, never learned that there can be President Vljce-Prealdeol, Cashier.
'f Com Agriculture. E. McLin. no' truth not born of virtue.-Ohic t

r1V ', Trell.surer-Wm V. Knott. State Journal. HAVE NEW INDUSTRY. First National Bank. I
M Hollo-
;/ ,, Supt. Public Instruction-W -

". way. SAILING ALONG. The quaintest industry to which MARIANNA, P LA.
Comptroller-A. C. Croom. the new science of aviation has given .

i. : Supreme Court-Thos. )[. Shackleford.I J.ack-Once more, Molly, will you birth is carried on at Brooklands Capital 50000.00
H. Mabrv. Cler*. .
j' Chief Justice; M.
I :. marry me? aerodrome. It can be summed'up in
;: Railroad Commlssfon Hudson Burr Village Belle-For the thirteenth one word-risks. Two aviators, both I Solicits Accounts, of Banks, Corporations .Firms. and Individuals.Our .

t < Chairman; R. C. Dunn Clerk. time this hour I tell I will not: young both unmarried both :free i twenty year experience lu the banking business enables us to offer
you ,
r ,I' Judge first judicial circuit-J. Emmett you the best.banking'facilities of any bank In West Florida. We also have a
", ." Wolfe 1'ensacola. Jack-Well, thirteen knots an :from any responsibilities whatever, fully equipped Savings Department in which we pay irterest on deposits. Accounts -

"...1'r.: State Solicitor: first judicial circuit-. hour ain't bad sailin' for a little craft have joined in a sporting offer to the by mall handled as easily'as personal business.Interview. I II

I" L. Wilson. like you.--Tit-Bits. world of aeroplane inventors. They I Send. us your p I

,t',I ,.h,,1"' -- will take any, form of aerial invention 'F. M.. GOLQOJM' Cashier.

OFFICE OFFICIALS. the wildest of .. ...... ,
U. S. LAND SAVED FROM DKATH: even nightmare rrir-r11 "' wiTt """ *;! t -n i i r u ---

: H. S.Chubb Register Gainesville, Fla. W, L. Mock of Mack, Ark., believe he mechanics, and they: will,make it fly : Advisethe

::1k I Shields Warren Receiver, Gainesville.\ bM saved many his 25 years of experience -' -that is, if any human agency can. Physicians

---' tn the drug business. What 1 al- If not, they take the falls. When use of a g odiaxa ive. to keep the bowels open and prevent the poisons of undigestedfood
wave like to do, he writes, la recommend from gettinginto your system. '
WASHINGTON COUNTY OFFICERS. they: have sorted themselves out from
Dr King's New Discovery for weak, sore The latest product of science It VELVO LaatLve Liver Syrup purely vegetable gentle
:; ., '. ) Circuit Clerk-W. C. Lockey, Vernon. lungs, herd colds, hoarseness, obstinate the remains of the would-be aero reUable and of a pleasant aromatic taste. Velvo' acts on the liver, as well as on the
It,o' ; .County Judge. --I. A. HutcblsoaVernon.' cough, la grip; croup, asthma or other plane, they explain to the inventor stomach and bowels; and is of the greatest possible efficacy In constipation, indigestion,
Sheriff-O. G. Allen, Chlpley.f : bronchial affections, for I feel sure that a I why his I machine lust missed being a biliousness sick headache, feverishness, coUc.flatuknce, etc. Try VF t

1'rello.urer-H B. Tiller Vernon. I number of my neighbors are alive and well I Buccess, and thus forewarned the inventor
fax Assasaor-J. J. Williams Chlpley. took advice to use it ,
today because they my LAXATIVE
Tap Collector-W, B.Ualner. Kcontana.Supt. : starts to build another.-
I honestly believe It* the best throat and
t Public Instruction. F Gainer lung medicine that's made. Easy to prove London, Mail.. VELVA
he's right. Get a trial bottle Iree reicular
, ,. Supervisor of Registration J. W. 600 or$1.00 bottlfl. ,Guaranteed by S. fMoQeaohy. !:.
j Gainer Econ duos I do not believe there Is any other medicine LIVER SYRUP
County i Solicitor A. D. so good for whooping cough as Cham .
Chlpley. berlnin's Cough Remedy writes Mrs. Fran.

County Surveyor-Thos. Collins. Cary cis Turpln Junction City, Ore. This remedy .
villa Bin! Is also unsurpassed for colds and oroup.
County Commissioners: For sale by All Dealers.

I''} ? J. T. Hlghtower Chairman Vernon.A. Charge Who Declared Mad by That Wllksbarr His Mother-In-Miner Here's a Good Slogan for
C. Gilbert Chlpley.
Law Had Bewitched Him. HOW CHINA LIVES.
S. L. Davis, Wausau.J. .
H. Porter Mlllvllle.U. \ .
and Better Business.DON'T
.' F. Gnnn, Santa Rosa. The WiLkesbarre workers are. ati No natural resource is too triflinj a Bigger .

School Board i{ again. This time a chap wants to be turned to account by the teeming .
: ..
.. .
.n. II. tI. 1
: .f { G. B. Bush. Chairman Orange,. Hit. | his mother-in-law arrested for bewitching population. The sea is raked and.
: -S. J. Gainer St. Andrew. him, making his hair fall strained for edible plunder. Sea BLOCK THE WAY!

W. F. Russ Vernon. out. What do you think about that? weed and kelp have a place in th '

I -- The poor piece of putty has.asked )larder. 'Great quantities of shellfisi; '
as fast as the procession-or out. Take the
B Alderman Donohue, who "pulls" the no bigger: than one's finger-nail. an .

new Marshal Mayor-H.-U.U.M.Wells.Farrlor, people at Wilkesbarre, to put his i opened and made to yield a food thai pace of the company you are in or make way for_the man

from Uerk and Treasurer-W..W. Cook. wife's mother in "hoc." "My wife finds its way far inland.-The fungus behind.

born Council-A. D. Carmichael, chairman, declared," he explained fo the alderman that springs, up in the grass after 6 ..
C. B. Dunn J. K. McGeacby, C. E. TharpW. '' Fried sweet
rain eaten.
"that she would stick by'mc is potato!
Don't standin- the of ideas. Don't in the
1 held O. Butler Jr vines furnish the man's table way', pew' pause .
as long as I' had a hair in my head. poor '
1 1I he, ._ Since then my mother-in-law has The roadside ditches are ,bailed out path of better system. Don't settle down on the ladder of

'deb been bewitching me and making my for the sake of fishes no longer thai success. Don't be a barnacle on the ship. of pre reS8. .

1f 1 1l The Banner hair fall out in ,bunches, thinkingthat one's finger. '

W she will get my wife to leave Careful observers say that four haD e=meana. progress. Progress'means", advancement

me. Every time she combs her hair fifths of the conversation among

she takes the does common Chinese relates to food.-
combings some
; Advancement means movement.. M VEfDON'T' !
a Ctiipley, Fla. powwowing'over them, burns! them Edward Alsworth Boss, in Century.

R.' L and then, tells the ashes to make my i
; Stands for the Upbuildlnf of hair :fall out: Ever since she has BALKED AT COLD STEEL.

done it my hair has been coming out I wouldn't let a doctor tfut my foot11';

w r Chipiey, in bunches and I'm afraid that I'll said H D Ely, Bantam 0., altho a horrible
litWashington lose iny hair and my wife as well." ulcer had been the plague of my life lor four

County The alderman shook his head. "You years. Instead I used Bucklin'a Arnica [ City .
Salve and my loot was soon completely our
have my sympathy," he said, "but ed. Heals burns, bolls sores, bruises, exp ,

+ .' And Florida! there is no law in Pennsylvania zeiua. pimples coins; surest I'lie cure 2Bo to wrW a fa' ueranr Ja bane&pol"yIlI1f Bar.r; '

makes a good tonic :for :falling hair." at S.,E. McGeachy. \Prouy.tlroer.is1Jt rnl' CI.1.J1Io-- *aqDor.igaPATENTS hrwertA' ._""., : :,

There must something else the "

Subscription, $1 Per Year.We matter with this marl: besides fallingof A. G.. McQuagge Shop ::'iNo'

the hair, and it'sour- humble T aud'-r1IADIt I f 31i':' &i.$,.!. I\1AR1f'S\'. ea; .... moedti. Nor
opinion that he's taking either a Notary ,Public wwmdw.ead.ox: III ..ATa Waiting.
FRIH!!: I'ttpoQ 011. .....iab1iI&T.', v
make a Specialty of few "high balls" too many or too State at Large.CARMiuHAE'. uia uu.I. legal SOTTkMu.and Bdcharges .-. .: oar
era m.oderate
Try ua
C few, but we can hardly think that a I SWIFT a.. co. 3 Barbers 3

5- Neat, Wilkesbarre man would be guilty of D. 1 ,
Patent L
the latter. NW Orleans A wyoi tf Everything Up-to-Now. '
c. Artistic AttorneY'at I>ntr. Opp. U.S..Patent OfficeWMhlaatm,D.C.

,, Shave .. ... .15c.Etaircutting .
I Commercial Printing There Is little danger; from a cold or from 1te-ColleoUonl a Specialty, 2Sc.

aD attack of the grip except when followed Shipley, Fla.j REST AND HEALTH TOMOTMEt* ANO HILLucd Shampoo, ..........., 25c.,
b1> pneumonia, and this never happen IfnsmberlaJn's t'over SIXTY ....,. ..a bee.. Massage ..... 25c.
; Cough Remedy is used. : YEAYS by JUI.J.1OMJt.",. Hair Binge,.i. 25c. ''

: The Banner : This remedY has won its great reputation j D J. J ONES. 'aroTIILraa 1'IU 'l'lnNOJ for wit,their. ...It.FECT'CHILDREN'.8ucCESe.WHILH' It .
,: and extensive ante by its remarkable cures SOU'l'UEi tn. cluw' SOPTJCNII tile GUJIoIH, We Solicit Your Patronage..
AI.L.\.Ylilal1..lN; CUJl.1 1il WIND.
"h. .t colds and grip and can be relied upon I. 'he beet renaed,. fur DIAaaUatA., /isb.{ '*'
: .' Attorney-At-I. "W,hIbarmleaa.' : Be sure and iik for "MrT Very Respectfully,
rlUt Implicit oonfld nc For sale by All
i .v' Chipley Fla. Dealo.... OHIl'LEY FLA. tend Wlnslawn T...lootbliijr uly."'.,.|,lmtus.+ and tok. M flUS W. D, Peters, Propr.II .

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(Prickly Ash', Poke Root'and Potassium '\ I. 'i ', "
kit Chipley."Women are Learning ;. :
Prompt Powerful Permanent) .'
the. Cure. '
Wire. Fence.
It..-beneficial '
effects Stubborn cases Good results are
I are usually yield to P. P. P. lasting/ -It cures Women: often suffer, not knowing? the $ .
: telt very quickly when other modi- you t p does are useless cause. (j ..\
; Backache. headache, dizziness
P. P P. ousness. f
Irregular urinary ; weak. .:f
passages .
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rich 'feloof :- cleanses ness, langor: ..:.... :19 I
red the entire
pure '''''
Each a seeming torture of itself. ,/
system-clears the brain-:-strengthens! digestion and nerves.A Together tell weakened' kidneys. I/) 30';,
positive specific for Blood Polsou and skin diseases. '
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Strike at the root-get the cause. '. 8 .1 \ '
J Drives out Rheumatism and Stop the Pain; ends Malaria; Quickly give the help the kidneysneed. 24
is a, wonderful tonic and body-builder. Thousands endorse it. 51\+I L'-: '

F. V. UPPMAN,,. SAVANNAH, GA., ,: No remedy endorsed like'. : Doan'a .,....:-."", '\'
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Kidney pills ,.... ,
Recommended bv thousands ,
Endorsed home. "" \ : '" '
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"Sugar Bun Time.1 ',' I IROOM' I Here's convincing. proof. from a Chip. ....".... _--._. ._,....r.--. -.'.....,...--.......... ......--..------ ....... ',;.
'Come all 'ye silly people ley citizen. f) t.

And listen to my rhyme, An eerie tradition is recalled u7 says Mrs.:. "For Anna about' Kent three of' ,Chipley years my, Fla.kidneys ; : Just a word Farmers and '''Fence Builders: :

Summer has faded Into autumn 'the death a few'days 'ago'of "Squire"
gave me a great deal of trouble. .
And It is "Sugar Billn Time." "Thomas Green of the Old Hall, PoUl. e' e
My back was very'lame and weak and
Thewild ducks and geese are coming rton-Lancelyn, Cheshire, England I had trouble with the kidney secre- Having made a deal for Ten Car Loads .

this way whose family have been in possessionof tions. Headaches .and dizzy' spells tf-;; .

'f And the sea breezes murmur gentlyin the estate since a period prior to bothered me and I felt' tired and Ian : of the Best American Steel Wire Fence, we '),

the palmetto and pine, the Norman conquest.; ''Ther, is in guid all the time. A friend advisedInc / '

"There is no season finer in this world Poulton Old Hall a mysterious to take Doan's Kidney'Pills, and I are, in position, to make you better prices .

Than Is "Sugar Bilin Time." locked room which has never been procured'a box at McGeachy'a drug e l li
than before.
'The'sllvery' waves lash themselves Into ,'opened, Lee$' by a representative Of store. They relieved me immediatelyand ever i .A., ;.

( foam on the shore, the Green family. The hall,and its in a short_tJme.effected a completecure. 'fiiiiiP ." ',
." 0' Be sure see us before buying wire 4s.! ,J,
.The sun and moon softly .shine'f lands have sometimes been let, but( you 'IIiiio7
It Is, nice to live hereby the seashore the Green family have always retained For sale by ail dealers Price SO )

When It is "Sugar, Bllin Time. possession of this mysterious cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, : elsewhere., It means money. saved., !;
I ; ; New Yorli,-sole'agents for the United ,
The,golden oranges hang on the dark :room, which is supposed to e

green trees, several relics and.other family-'treaS- States. '\
Remember the name-Doan's-and
Fish and oysters are very fine ures. The last tenant would have take no other. Cbipley Hd\v. Co. I \j

This is> }lovely country" to live;.!n, "alt giWnanincr.easecl''rent;; ; : ,for ]t' If 'he .

the while could have had access to this room =
"But especially so In "Sugar'r Bilin 'or could*have cleared avay.t1i" *ntys "MANY ARE MILDLY INSANE .$. ... ...............e <:;

Time." terious contents, but the owners(refused -' .

The boys and girls go to can grinding to 'give possession' ) and so Never and Make Seldom Trouble Meet With Unless Anythingbut Opposed FARQUHAR MACHINERY' CO. \'mil,

And woo and wed in life's early the tenant left. ;> Consideration./ 431 E. Boy Street* :,

prime, y, j<\ i .it | JACKSONVILL F. L.ORIDA. ',
Surely there is no season half" so Luckeyfor M: C' *" I\ Ib .M, % "There insane
are more mildly
SPOKE TOO SOON. | Largest stock of Machinery !
a ,
; people at large in a big city like
Asia .' 'Sug r Bllin !ime:]" ':/ : { ;, I \ }A: in Florida for saw mills and .
'ever' New York than the
"Have you 'seen/'pink and average person .
You may tell me of the North's, win- green monkeys 2" ,$ imagines," said an official of a downtown planing mills. .II .I

terry winds, ,,I
"Certainly t/' f ,safe deposit company to a New EARQUHAR MACHINERYhas
You may sing to me of "The Good York Sun man. "We have periodical been built for 57 ,J
"' "Then you ,are all right. $ years; .. .
, Old Summer Time; ; y -
f. "No't fast I 'visits from a richly dressed elder built than oth- '
But for the few years that I'shall live, so ; once saw a couple more today any : ;
ly' lady who has the hallucination :
I O, give me the. good old "Sugar Bilin that were sky-blue. er. Let'us tell you why' '1'
that her is shut in vaults.
son up our 'i'
I Time. Send for catalog and price. ;
.* f ili'Rlo' We 'go through the same 'procedure ''I .
This is a good pld world to/Ide'In, .iTo .1 !
every tim ., We, have one of our men
leave it is not the chief desire of ,f "III'
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>:, show her over the building and into i 11
I 'my mind;* ",\t < ,' v ?. ; d4sr,5owthPE'NT1S'; ;: :I'Htr; ;, I \
the big, vault. We treat her with .
But should I return a thousand ,
hence Crown and- Bridge Work a Speclaltyj every'courtesy finally convince I... .
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her that she's made mistake. If
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I hope it will still be "Sugar; .Bilin ,
Time.". :; ,i ALL WORK. GUARANTEED.ChipleyState' '. we opposed her there might be trou: E. M, M5WMAN.; Proprietor. .r J.,i:,,

J. R. PUMPHREY: Oft1ce over Bank., ble, but by following this L course. she ''I",!i Hay Head Florida. f''I' ::,.i

Southport}PJa. I leaves us much happier than when 7 -

'-' Loarii Di4 ina1dng she came in. ... happen' to know'that Mecca, of ',the Tourist, Angler, -s 1 )
at, a: certain bank a middle-aged ..............................
: : man comes in at regular. intervalsand
Gin Notice.Afte ,;
; apologizes for having overdrawnhis Rates Per Dav j Newley Furnished [ ,Find rtsman.I i .

'-' Nov.,4th and until -I tJAtIlome' account His family is well II : 81.00 and $1.50' Good Table j ;J "

I known at. this .institution.and in order -

further notice,, the ......- to satisfy him they sometimes a SS'EmiglSmmmSiimii imiSuffm9HmHHHUUUmlmlKM6MVM rf ;' 1

Chipley gins will run on ion Book contaioini 20 e..- have to accept a deposit, which of '
plats Dressmaking with each course or ..
Wednesday and Thurs tailed apes) receipt"I$2.00; : course' they return to his family. High-Class Saw, Mill!l Machinery"

WE TEACH BY MAIL VMe'u enable. you to They can't 'reason with him and to
,day of each week only. become'expert l>re.. Maker in a low weeks. prevent a scene they let him do as We' carry at our new warehouse,

9CR.CORRESPONDENCE COURSE; Makes : These 408 and 412 East Bay'St., a large'
he unbalanced
Chipley: Gin Co. pleases.
> yoa ImJepcadcat i.. life.!By vtnarint lad hour. I stock of Portable and Stationary-
daily yea son make your ewadre..e..l.edre.skirl ..* pie never make any'' trouble unless /;, Engines;;Locomotive and Horizontal \
.- for rothera...hereby: earainl ,....1'. tkaatbe > hey're opposed, and they seldom 41tt1
DR. R. E. TILLER >'_.,' O fyonr-lattoa, ; while'completing tk. > .: : a Return Flue Boilers; Saw-Mills,
...1'_. meet with'anything but consideration. J;; _. Planers, Edgers, Saws, Belting- Ij

: ,DENTAL .SURGEON SEND FOR FREE CATALOGUE. ... .."' ".' 1..., i1: .w,.,#,'. and Mill Supplies; also engine and
Curensiie e of Dressmaking t t saw-mill repair' Walso handle the

Chipley.. Florida..' Clark Building, '" '. '. ..' 1., celebrated line of Hustler Saw Mlllrv
and Eric Engines and Bollera, This makes the best Saw Mill outfit on earth.
Jsck onviUf.t Florida College of Agriculture
Office First Nat'l Bank. ,
: )V ; Get our prices before buying. We can save you money. A postal will bringour

L i r I ,University, of Florida.Offers Traveler; ''Write for illustrated catalog covering your requirements.
In 'Agriculture:' A 4yearcourse J\lalslby Machit"lery Co.

Palmer College ;' a 2-year course; a 1-year -4 OS 6e 412 E. Hay St' Jacksonville, Florida.

course a 4-montha course; a 4-week L.oig Dlsttatice Telephone No. 5'74.

.... .. 's course; 14 correspondence
courses. A course for every need. You i'HELACKAWANNAEGGMACH2N

For ';Boys arid Girls. have'education enough to enter one of Lackawanna Whita loir-
I.; :. these horns are brad for buainean r i fi courses Find out which one by not for badll'.... They are lutia
' egg machines with the 'I I
; DcF 5pringF1pr1da. writing''to

>l ." ., n, ,,. ... ....1't..;..v ,.'' ,:,J"I h'fr. ;: ;>-J..I. VERNON 4 IJ them'but* kept ttooorbusytobfF lib"S ., "
"r College 'Aarrlculture. Qalnesvllle: t' away time with cups and
iri; 'Qt9030003>t ;Q, \ ,' .' ,, 'Florida.' Tuition J1'ree. bon. We have ..IxtySvcj
I .
i'-V > '. f J B J every ono
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beautiful DeFuniak Soriiigs searof 1'lorldaChau. ----- ::t':: ''Art! handed by an aristocratic 1'ird
Located at l ,.
,.,rJ;.. : i, that will rneaiure up Stan.Jr.t .'"taUtl ua. Highest\n1tjtuc1e" ,in the State. 'Artesian, watery/ 'Gpo4 : ijOTflCCFOU,I. l-UBLICATION. 4. r how strong room, healthy point:,,with vigorous smurt, ,,'j
i \STjy' department of the Interior' thoroughbred yearling: hen. w.breed forvionr. '/I I
health. Well equipped buildings., Successor tgtbe"SCate'Normal: "',.:'JU, S; hand OIlier at Uuln.-svllle, Fla. Only the strong, hwlthy bird will shell out tint J'llre.
athleticfield. <;e, ." w.' '.*:." Octobers, 1011Noticn .' Tb.cans make the money for the own.r. '
faculty. .
School. Gymnaseuin. tennis. nev
Strong ;,
: : Is hereby glvfii that Hnl cy-IUrd Every: breeding pen ot equal value fertility ffvnr 4
oversight 'OffeVs FUwldit October, tntvied;and one price to all.- Hatching eggs.::.'C 1
nome-Jike school Careful JhioVojUffh1academic of VVausuu; who ou por...ttlnll'of IS,f.o. b. Jseksonvillo. InculnUneaa i7
lOO! made IIom<>. t ud Entry No 3f>283, "
hundred. chicks
'courses and college courses-through Freshman and. Sophomore. (Serial No.' O3MW), for NE"( of NVVK.teetlon The simplest, lightest running fastest in specially 410.041 I per made sh'pplnff boxes, notovoriahou-j expi wmi) ,
Art.v, ':'t1' 28. Township 3 north. Riui utr 13 cutting saw mill ever 1ullt-a, mill run fromJsck.onvnl.$20.00p.rhundred. Sirck
Music and west;Tallahassee Meridian, has tiled notice that you can buy at the right price and early hatched Cockerels 3.00 each. Pena of f.\... "
'ir of Intention to make Final five year with whiqh you can make big money.It's onecocker.landfour eeleet pullets(norelaliuni f
110.00.: The Laekawanu Rhode bland Red tS
Department. Proof. to establish claim to the land above red. No stock for... Settings at fifteen I
y Elementary, !: Inscribed, before the Clerk of the Circuit all in the Taylor Feed $3.00. Baby elll k.$ 5.oo.hundred. Barred ojtn and
>r. Court at Vernon; Florida! on the 30th dayof Buff Bock hatching' eecvand baby chirke reps '
> The Elementary Department covers'.tqe eight grades (of .the' November, 1911. Every mill fitted with mire cable drive, price. Check. postofiics) order or currency- T-+ IIquo.tad I
: wltnpsoes Charles in advance.
Address. Dept.
> Claimant names as :
grammar school taught by a separate faculty thoroughly Davis Daniel McCnlloro, Tony Uloscom. set-out. attachments and adjustableidler. do- THE LACKAWANNA COMPANY ',
.' VV. U. Daniel, all of Wausati. Florida: Improved carriage-backing; TUB BOUTH'fl LARGEST POULTRY PLANT '
,rained. teachers.,! tvF *- Henry S. Chubb vice is quick acting and a- Urns saver. JACKSONVILLE!, FLORIDA '. "''j,
; Ed fee paid. 35 neoillter :Made in all sizes,, portable and sta I,P. B.-We carry ev ellY supply for theFonltrvinen "0,
e rents the best thingyou can do for your. children, is. tionary. r foodi remedies. Incubator., brooders, fountains s(1'I i isprayer..utom.U4
feeders shipping .: \
,to educate, them under Christian 'influences. Perhaps 'no 'schoolIn We manufacture Engines; Boilers, I:I stock, oic..etc.i cases p a ii\
Handsome: new line of hair i Shingle Machines, Cut.Od Saws,Wood

College.Florida offers',you'-' bett. advanta- ."es'> 'for them, 'than'. Palmer- ,; -. goodg at-tbe- _. Misses Richardson'smatch ". Write Splitters for Information, etc., and sinl do prices Foundry on uiythlvjr Work.: i L i 'WANTED.-Cash paid for baby ,'J:.1

; Can any color of hair. you need. I Alligators[ and unbatched eggs. .)

School opens September 27th.'jrWSend \ { ;' r Mallary & Taylor Iron Works' ." Can about 100. C.. E. '' I
use PLEAS '
19U.aIt;,, It i f. MACON O*. i in. f j : {
for i1lu.s r'at ,,'I, i }\: ; .i \ 1 : l.w} C Dunn- Coleman Co's is the place r.__-----: Chipley. Fla.. .1.
President to buy your Hardware See tbemthey There"ls only orie'best'place' to When make //j
:' Rev.. \ Lynn, R.Walker, ,, or you up your syrup
t 't Ky ;i guarantee every transactionmuat get cow feed and that is at Campbell you want to put it. in cans; get f
.lM,?' !..,."v.1. 'M 1 ':,.J' ProfO.-,..O1j9sher, PJi1cp! I. ...... ; ... r- r.* bq.satisfactoryr>ff .-*A4*. *. {.. t: .&,Dekle, Cp', ,the- cans. from Dunn-Coleman, Co.'JrO'I ;'!. \

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Resolutions at Passed by County Commissioners -
I' Bond Election.WHEBBA.S .
Oliver Sapp of' Vernon. was in Calling Next Thursday of Thanksgiving THE BIG UN

I town Friday. It appears the Board of Day. Is your turkey fat? ,
I,4 County Commissioners of Washington
J. J. Pelt was over from Bonifay County Florida that It Is expedient, and We understand there will be a for I
to the best Interest of said county to Issue ,
; Saturday. the county bonds of said county of Wash Thanksgiving service held at the l'
Ington for the puroottft of constructinghard ) church next '
Baptist Thursday.Good
I: A. J. Potteo was up from the surfaced highways said Washing Absolute R liability ,
ton County Florida; and,
i, county site Monday. WnaE As, It appears the said Hoard roads are a blessing to ..
oj.,, of County Commissioners that to con- community and benefit to -
A. L. Harrell was in town a struct a system of hard surfaced highways every
In said county will require the ex::- every class of people-the farmer '
r short while Monday, pendlture or Three Hundred Thousand Anchor with "The Big Un.
($300,000)Dollars. Therefore be It particularly.A. .
C A. L. Mveric of Live Oak, was BKSOI/VKD That the said Board of Considerate conservatism in banking is to care for
County Commissioners of Washington D. Campbell few
spent a ,
:'. a caller in town Friday. County, Florida! do hereby determine the interests of all trades and all' classes, while catering -
that the amount of bonds necessary and days last week at Panama City
Roland Roch was us from Vernon required for the purpose of constructingsaid and Lynn Haven. Mr. Campbellis to favoring or capitalizing none.
hard surfaced hf the sum ,
T' on business Saturday. of Three Hundred Thousand ((9300.000)) enthusiastic about Lynn o TIi1S. '
Dollars; that the said bonds shall be made very WE DO .
,; Have your prescriptions filled payable October 1st 1053 and shall bear Haven. He says it ,is a marvel
Interest at the rate of 5 per cent per annum the of Sixth and Railroad
how the town is growing; houses at our 'sbanty" on corner
i I" at McGeachy's druestore. payable annually on the first day
of eacand every year, beginning with are being completed there at the Streets (the intersecting streets to prosperity). BE
: October 1st,1913. ,
I, T. J. Wilcox of Wausau, was
And It Is that an election rate of at ldast one a day; and WITH US AND WE WILL BE WITH You.
i\y\ in town Monday on business. be held In Washington County,Flor scores of people are going in on
the 28th day of December "
!, Jordan Taylor was up from IdabTbUrlda.the legal voters of Washington every train. When the B. C. & The '
)Florida to determine St. A. railroad trom Chipley, ,
r Macom on business Tuesday. whether VOUDt.l'such bonds shall be Issued "
r and the form of ballot for such elec. reaches Lynn Haven the town .
Flaval Campbell visited with tion shall be a plain piece of white paper will grow sure enough. First
upon which shall be written or printedthe
1 r relatives here first of the week. words "For Bonds," and the words Calendar makers confused the
"h "Aealnst Bonds," and such election shall
e Attorney Buell Cook went to be Held at the several pl.cello said county date of Thanksgiving this year. National
where the last general election was
Vernon Monday afternoon on held. That the clerk of this Board cause Thanksgiving is invariably the
t r. business. ballots to be prepared for use In said elec- last Thursday in November, but Bank of
tion In form required by law and that he
; cause such ballots and ballot boxes to be usually November has only four
Dan Martin'was over from at the various polling places in said county )
', at the opening of the polls on the day Thursdays; however this year Chipl ey.
Bonitay and'spent the day here
of said election herein above called and and in
\" ordered to be holden. there are five Thursdays,
i" Monday. / It Is further ordered that this resolution the haste of making calendars,
be published In each of the several is found the explanationof
'w Attorney Buell Cook looked af- newspapers of Washington County,FlorIda possibly,
:,"' ter legal matters at Marianna for a period of four weeks next pro the error in some of the calen-
ceeding the date of said election. dars, as in them the fourth
by Tuesday. Done and ordered In open meeting of
the Board of County Commissioners of Thursday, or November 23rd is '
W. B. Lassitter of Panama Washington County, Florida, at Vernon given as Thanksgiving, insteadof
r. '" ,City, was mingling with friends Florida this 20th J. day T. UIUMTOWBB of November 1911., Thursday, the 30th, which is We Have Just Received a Car Load of

Chairman Board County: Commissioners the correct date. '
i her Monday. 1 Washington County Florida. ,
I'" Attest: The County Commissioners Brood Mares
l I::;" Clayton Harris of Greenhead, W. C. LOCKET,Clerk. ,
; held'a special meeting Mondayto
:'- was one of the visitors in Chip- -
ley Saturday. G. M. Myers and Miss Mattie consider the bond question ;-The Finest'' Ever Brought to Florida.

in marriagein matter, and after careful consid-
4LtiA Nepper were united
',;, J. R. Moody was up from Ver- the Baptist church ,at St. An- eration they decided that the *' We also have a new lot of

,;"., non and spent the day here Friday drew of last week. The Banner election should be held, and nam- '

on business. joins their many friends in tendering ed Thursday, Dec. 28th, as the Horses and lules.DunnColeman .

.' County Solicitor A. D. Carmi- congratulations., day for the election to be held.
Now that the is
matter definitely
chael, spent a few hours at the -
A.D. Campbell, receiver of the settled that the election to decide Co. .

county site Monday. B. C. & St. A. railroad, will leave, whether or not bonds shall be is-

,; W. T. Horne was up from his Saturday for Philadelphia, where seed to build roads in' 'Washing- L'
ton county, it is to the advocates
home at Wausau
and tew
spent a he will negotiate for equipment, of the bond proposition to

?j hours here Saturday. etc., for the B. C. railroad. It is get busy and do some campaignwork. .' EEI: i

"HapPY" Tom Farrior of th expected to have trains running Those opposed to bonds '

[Econfina section, was 'in town aWay through to Southport by the 5th will not be idle.Governor OUR

or two last week. of December and additional Gilchrist, in speech

;'; L. E. Moorhouse of Tupulo, equipment is needed to put on at,the Interstate Fair, advocated l< PRESCRIPTION .

,' Miss., was a, prospecting visitor regular trains, and care for the strong the abolition of the second *

in this section last week. traffic that is sure to develop. 'primary. He pointed out what DEPARTMENT h

j' F. G. McQuagge and family of Whenever ,a farmer opposes many candidates have already

Ruble, Miss., are here visiting good roads from envy, jealousy, discovered, that the primary sys- We consider the most important part of our business. It

his parents and brothers.C. stinginess, or any other cause, tem is very expensive, and he desires f is well stocked with the purest and freshest of drugs and

A. Grubbs.was.up from his he is surely "cutting off his nose to nee some method adopted ? chemicals that can be obtained and it is complete in every
by which the choice of the voter particular. Our customers rest assured that
still near Wausau, and spent a to spite his face," for there is t may any II
may be expressed at one pri ,' prescription they may bring us, will be accurately and
short while
t, Saturday morning. nothing which will add to the We with Governor
mary. agree
ue of the farm or its productslike i carefully compounded.
Miss Nettie of Ocala Gilchrist, and it seems that a
good roads. Of what use is method of voting first and second : S. E. CHIT LEY
was the guest of Mrs. C. E. McGeachy ,
j if can't reach choice would prove satisfactoryof ,
I' Tharp here several days last a1 money crop you
I obtaining the concensus of Phone 36.
week. the market with it? The better Prescription Druggist
opinion on any candidate by the
the roads the quicker the marketcan
first ballot.
W. A. McWilliams
N was town the stuff
be reached, more ,
Monday crossing palms with his can be carried, and the easier it -
friend and looking after business
matters. is on the stock, the vehicles and

//JOhn D.' Harrell,. one of the> the benefitedby men. Whoever good roads else, the may far-be Millions Know f theValue of the Name ,

prominent citizens of the Green- mers, as a class, are the greatest
/ head section, was in town a few beneficiaries and should throw
V hours Saturday. /
no obstacle! inthe, way of,improving -

s Mrs. Walter Cook and 'little the highways. Y

Miss Statira left Tuesday .for .. .. orwacjoix\ a

,Marianna for a short visit, and to Dunn-Coleman Co. have Wire
attend her brother's wedding1.. Fencing of all kinds. r;, --

John'W.,Watson of Miami,Ci.
didate for, Governor spent Br r- at the Misses Richardson. sixty
f,; al days here last week getting :- ,
Meet me at McGeachy's drug { m.Studebakerhas
quainted with the people. 'Mr.
!;; Watson will come again soon and store and lets'get a cold drink. set the

make a thorough canvass of this T'. L. Wells & Bro. are ladersin standard in
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dry goods, clothing and shoes. farm wagons. ",

Walter Cook spent a few day Ladies come in and see our line Confidence .\',

n the Bay country last week feeling of hair goods.. Misses Richardson. In Studebaker value and Studebaker service has

the political pulse of the peo- been handed down from father to son.,
A. ple. He seems pleased with the

4 encouragement he received as to Ladies sweaters,the.very thing:' The best proof of how Studebaker service is

,',', ibis candidacy court. for clerk' of the circuit for these cool mornings, at B. appreciated is shown by the fact the Studebaker

j Blake & Co's.. plant covers 101 acres of tJ'Qund-the largest vehicle

;, Curtice L. Jones was up from There are many good shoes, factories in the world.If .

Wausau> and spent a day or two .
't' but the Star Brand shoes are the
here last week, and was a caller Sold in you want the wagon of finest appearance and
best made. Chipley only
at the Banner office. Mr. Jones longest life you'll choose a Studebaker. Come in
T. L. Wells & Bro.
by '
be is
says finding much encouragement .. and let us show you scores of points of superiority. '
in his candidacy for the r

'' office of county. treasurer._ J. Oysters, 35c qt. Dunn-Coleman Chiply I.

Good Butter 35c lb. Company

LOST-Sigma Nu Fraternity Bananas lOc doz. FU.

: Pin with Louie D. Carlton's name .
Cranberries 20c qt, A. G. McQUAGGE General Manager
engraved on back. Finder bring *

l, ; 'to Banner office and get reward. AT SCHELL'S


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