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Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
December 21, 1911


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“The town that was built on a railroad,” Chipley is the seat of Washington County, located inland in Florida’s Panhandle, just south of the Alabama state line. First known as Orange, this small West Florida community was founded in 1882 in anticipation of the arrival of a railroad that would connect the farming area with markets in Pensacola and Tallahassee and in neighboring Alabama and Georgia. Shortly after the line was completed, Orange was renamed Chipley in honor of William D. Chipley, vice-president of the Pensacola and Atlantic Railroad, a notable figure in the political and economic history of the area and an aggressive lobbyist for railroad land grants. The town’s first newspaper, the Intelligencer, edited by J.C. Langley, also began in 1882. The Intelligencer was renamed the Chipley Banner in 1893 and published under this name until 1943, when it merged with the Washington County News.
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Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
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Letter Carrier's Meeting. The Chester-Center.Show. Good Roads. Dr. T. 6. YatesEye

CITY MARKET The West Florida Letter Carriers The Genter Chester Co., a Yes-we, know some paople Specialist,

1 will meet at Chipley, on drama and comedy company, who who are not actually "opposed to Will be in Chipley at Dr. Wilson's

JIM SKlfrKER. Mgr.. January 1st, at 11 o'clock, a. m. have been giving' shows under goodroads." They merely ob- office the First Tuesday in Janu-
Below is a program' for the meeting their big tent closed a week's ject to them because they cost ary, 1912. Consultation and ex- J

We are' stilt in the meat busi- at that time.lWelcomeaddre.. engagement' here Monday evening something.' If some men whose amination free.. -'
ness in the little building next to Mayor Camp '. All their entertainmentswere taxes amount to $2.50 a year I. O. O. ft.1 NOTICE.
Mrs. Si A.: Cook's: new store, and bell and Postmaster Schell. splendid, and were witnessby could divest themselves of the
Lee Johnson and Mr Until further notice
will appreciate Vour,, patronage. Response by good crowdseach, night. The the
Burns. idea that whole weight of the Chipley Lodge No.56,
We keep everything good to 3-Finish perfecting organization., people composing ,this companyare $300,000 proposed bond issue I. O. O. F., will meet at 7:00 p. m.
eat-Beef, .Iorkj; 1.ork Sausage .4-"Am I a Letter Carrier for Pay all high-toned, clever.and sociable would,not rest on their devoted each Monday evening.,
Fish etc.,acid when you get these; : Alone and Berry" by Yon T.of S.Graceville.Merritt ot Argyle, and themajority of them shoulders it would help some. By order of the Lodge.C. .
_, things from us are assuredof really artists. Besides baying A. HECTOR, N. G. ,
you S-"The Fun of Carrying: a Lock are The man whose family is isolated .
Pouch" :J. A. Hardy of Ponce de of the S. B. JUDSON, Secy.' '
the best.Prompt > by one the best Shows on and 'whose is Ji- .
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Leon and :J. T. Pllcher: Gracellle.6"Relatlon road they also have the best (
Service;" ; ,and Free' De of Carriers to Patrons" band and orchestra ever very heard in parativeless, on account of difficulty FOR SALE.-40 acres of land,3$
livery. by C. F. Atkinson of Graceville, andJ Chipley:, of transportation, shows a miles from Vernon; any reason- t,
F. FillingIm of Chipley. lack of intelligence when he failsto ,
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'Phone. No.. 135. 7-"Why Carriers Should Belong to rejoice in a proposition which a opportunity '
: Association," by A. :J. Dixon of Rev. W.-Fv Martin of Andalusia will result in the heavy tax to get you a home.. Apply ., !
Esto and Frank Commander of Darl Ala.,,was a visitor in the city ers building a good road past pay his at Banneroffice. \v',,1!
IRA A. .HUTCHISON, ington. Friday. It has been twenty door. Yet there are such men i .
8-"Good Roads." by Mr. Henderson years since Bro. Martin was here
Attorney at Law. of Marianna, and Mr. ,Powell of and they seem to take pride in
'. Campbellton. and he says wonderful changes their "shrewdness." FOR SALE.-About 60 stands of
Office at Vernon, Pla. have taken place in the town .. Italian Bees, in patent hives; I
9-General discussion by W. R. Dixon
of Ponce de Leon. since his last visit. i Around Christmas time we feel cheap for cash, or will trade for "

Will practice In Circuit Courts of All Rural' Carriers are especially '- This is the season of give and more than ever the need of a more cows, heifers or native ewes.-C. .1
Florida and the Federal Court.. requested to be present. forgive. elastic currency. E. PEAS, Chipley, Fla.
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THE BANNERPUBLISHED The Value of Good Roads. /.

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At Chlpley, Fla. be summerized as follows: '

-li WAUTBR i > i ... W. JONE Bdltor.I i i- i.' of First-A hauling.' reduction in the cost To Our Many Friends and Customers: II

Entered at the poctoffica at Chlplejr,ft*., u Second-An increase in the value -

Mcond matter.SUBSCRIPTION. of lands within its zone of in- ,
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BATES. : Thin will be the last issue of town before I
OH* ,,TKAB,..........,,..............11.00 Third-Increase in productivearea our. papers I

SIX MONTHS, ,...... ....... .....,.. .BOTHBKE through the'making" of uncultivated Christmas, so we take opportunity and this method / II
MONTHS........,......... .25Advertising 'q *v\ & ,'I i rl
.lands accessible.: '. t' ,expressing to"those of you; who have faithfully palronired >-. : '.;
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rate lurnUhed on application. Fourth-The substitution IA .tl
the more profitable crops for the ,,us during, the year 1911", OUR A 'PRECI1")1, :' ,\"' t ;1'
Communications on live topics especially \
of local Interest, are solicited. It less profitable ones TIONS FOR THE PAST, as well as wishing for you ;
Is understood, however, that the publish-I Fifth-The of the //I(
of THE BANNER will not be responsible I ability producer and yours a MERRY ,CHRIS rMAS. .
for opinions expressed by correspondents I to market his products ata '

TTE BAMNKB wants. live representative time when prices are most fav- i r We trust that we will bavethe.,pleasure of supplying I

and correspondent at every postoffice orable, instead of marketing the \
In the county, and will make liberal arrangements your wants in our line another year, and that our
with the rler1 parties. produce when the roads permit.

Wagon transportion is now the I dealings with each other will be as., 'pleasant, as it- has

.. THURSDAY, Dec. 31., 1911. least economical efficient form of been in the past. ,

transportation that we Have. Fig-
office'of :Remember ,Our Great Deduction $ale' \
Christmas Greetisg. ures compiled by the ';:' : twill

public roads show that the cost :'
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of carrying: one ton a mile on I
all feel,.that we want to renew ; '
and will be welcomed ofour't
country roads, good and bad, average you cordially
our vows and extend greetingsand
from 20 to 27 cents, while ,
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is certainly most appropriatethat
something over 30 cents' per YOUR FRIENDS, INDEED, .:
should. The greatest
we ton per mile. It is said that it '.
gift the world has ever had was (
costs about thirty times as much I ,r
presented to us Christmas morn .
to haul products over the wagon

ago ing nearly when the two Supreme thousand Ruler years of roads as it.does to haul the same Campbell & Dekle Company. I 11I )

tonnage on railroads.:
the Heavens and earth gave us
The farmer who does his own I
His only begotten son-Jesus
hauling does not always realize
Christ. The glad tidings of a
what it costs him, but the expensis 41 II
Christmas morn swells the heartof
there, nevertheless. It is madeup THUS A MISSION HXfANOeCX NiONEY TO LOAN
a Christian :world with love andas
,ot the additional time of him- -
the angels sang, "Glory to self and his team, the wear and Ten ;yean age tb. B...-P.,W Ts. On Improved Farms
God in the highest, andon earth now the rector of+ tt.+ n2'MMtaipporting / .
tear on his wagon and harness.A In, any amounts above'r$500, at, very low rates of iI'
peace, good will toward men. native okunii We love to offer words of comfort good road increases the valueof tant Episcopal mia _tn GMa*--St. interest, on-terms of from 5 to 10 years, with I

and good cheer our fellow man farm lands within the zone of Savior's Shanghai-.*m to WtMife payments arranged to suit the, borrower. I

at all seasons of the year but its influence, not only by reduc- with two boys.And lied. eefata bowl I''

ing the cost of hauling all prod- until he could establish .mission. If you have a good proposition and do not want more than half

more especially as we approach ucts to market, but also enablesthe He waa soon joined by the Uav. O. F. the value of your place, come to see us..- Do not wait towrite., ..' ,It

Christmas times. farmer to increase the varie- Mosher. The work has expended, a* I wastes your time and oura. We tan: ,g d the-loan tyou want if,your
Right here and place will stand for it, but you cannot prrow money by,maiL., We
now we expressour ty of his crops. The farmer it does in a11..tatiooawben; lugs am '
have placed loans neighbor's with which
thanks to readers and be until tLeaw .two your arm they, are
our who has a good road to marketcan supplied, now pleased. We can do the same for you. "
friends for the patronage and compounds-on one a jttspcnamry ad
devote his attention to those
We are placing thousands of dollars every week. Call and
support given us during the past residence, on the other. the chapd, a '
products which his soil and cli- make your application without delay.
woman's building, a reattaaoe for th. .
May each and all of
year. you matic 'conditions enable him to
have a most pleasant and happy missionaries, and oca here will bea Florida Land Title & Trust Co.
most profitably.
church and a ateehlaWFrom aal enI-
Christmas time and with the hope
J. A. ORMOND Manager.
.. the Spirit of Mission
that the new year will bring you Mc ilc *tnt Florida.

more joy, happiness and pros- THE FLAT'' KITCHEN. POPULAR GERMAN ,rMffCaU I.

perity than has been your good The architects of modern flats -
The most talked of *fc* the First National Bank "' '. .
fortune in'the past year. indirectly instrumental in work for yeinesjnia ._ "
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May God'a richest blessings good housekeeping. The new kitchens emperor'l OF' PJBIXSRCOLR, FJLA.
Princess Eitef FretoU the wtte eJ
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be with you all.and He give are BO dainty, so compact, so ingenious
the second son. Bbab a *.:y .banning Designated. Depositary of the United Btatee.
that they inspire woman ,
you health and strength that you I any and the kaiser cnftefond
woman $i
to keep them in perfect condition.The Oldest and largest Bemlc.ln Weet Florida. I
may live to celebrate: many more of her his ; }j
"parlor" be an ordinaryroom. only Kgpet tofag '. OaG.A.NXZED: : av:=".3r,5.o. :leao. I
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birthdays came that his eon hu no 'hfVJ1'21e I
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to. bless, ar.d save mankind. more artistic features than paneled any wife of the oldest .SOB, belt fe tbe''{ Capital Half Million Dollars.. J ;, ..

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pice on. which the architect lavisheshis .
It every man and woman ot fair ingenuity. Maybe it is' electrically A QUARANT8&- THe First National Bank J

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understanding open ,to, -
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would read every Sunday morn- appliances for cooking, ironing'and in the army and uaryf W.x. B.... Ja..President. vr. S. x_.... VIc Prm
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ing the 5th chapter of Matthew, serving. If not, the porcelain, tubs "Perhaps-because. UMJ vast a.aai-> Blrtctori.-F.C.Brent W. JL.UC.DU W.8. Jbvwr. W.H. KMwto.n-ra.W,K.* Coshler H.......
folding clothes racks, shining nickelor affection* W. J.Forbes Koowlo Brer. Tbob W.Brant.
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which is the sermon on the mount

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r h'+ this worid would be happier than range lain-lined are ice sufficiently boxes and attractive a trim gas to No tlc. High Class Saw Mill Machinery.'..I

)" it is. One need not stop to discuss -
lure any woman to spend a fair'portion If the Washington County Med We carry at our new warehouse

f the doctrine of it, but just of her time "in their midst," ical Society, or, physician in and 410 East Bay St., a large stock of
:' '<' let the sweet spirit of it get into using them or keeping .them in or- any Portable and Stationary Engines f Locomotive -
Washington Co., want an absolute and Horizontal Return Flue
;h! his life, as he lets the view of a der. A man may cheerfully affordto and positive Pin worms Boilers; 8aw-Mill, Planer; 'Edgers,

\" fine landscape, or a glorious sunset pay a little higher rent for one cure Saws, Belting and Mill Supplies also
r 'rape worms and Hook worms, engine and saw-mill repairs. We also
of these kitchens. He is
or the heavens filled with delightful
t. handle the celebrated line of HUSTLER.TAYLORVANCE.AMRER-
'j; stars, get into bis soul, will more than likely to make it up in or any other worms in the human -
body, they can get full Information ICAN and DELOACH Saw Miller
an improved menu. At any rate, it
him in with the all
t put harmony ERIE, LEFFEL, TAYLOR ,and
; pervading truth tbaj ruleth all is worth an experiment. Besides, by seeing STUHERN Engines and Butlers, ERKINS Shingle Mill Machinery.. Special
you hare to. All the flats are built J.. H. SPENCER, Duncan, Fla. Stave Machinery for Turpentine Plants. ."'.
r things, and will spread a vision that: now, Large stock carried .immediate Shipment. Get our prices before buying.
before him that he never saw' be- way We can save you money. A postal will brlngour Traveler.. '
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,"\, universe, better thin one will wedding supper of C. IT. Artman, li the way Mlas Aha Abel of W.- Tele-phone No. 674.

:::' find in the sciences, the arts, the Chicago, caused ptomaine poisoning Eaden, Ind., summed up her exat:: nr-

philosophies, the histories and a among about sixty of the guests. She litter writes having"I sought ta Tain for hi'*!'>-v< . . .
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.: to horn as freely as the light goes of the affair. He refused to give Vms! In bed."Vlnol..your. Printing
the of the, which sold delicious o1 1'ver .* X'
name concern,
into his All he has to do is '
v' eves. the chicken< saying, "It might ,hurt Iron tonic;:, was; recommended .nif Creates a good impression:
?/? to open bis eyes, and there it .ts.I can truly 'say. It :bas (tone :3ne 1ft" :
frV- their business No prosecution will good\; than all the medicine 1 ever to. A : '
: It that fair gospel would get among your correspondents
\. be instituted.The :la my life. That nervous and tI'- :
::;M1.yr into the hearts of men, this world chicken was served in a salad. feeling Is all gone. I have rIae4health '

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,;': tire its religion, its politics. its nearly every one who had eaten of it this like''testimonial another ''' be genuine.1(We gwiraue" ..prestige..

1t't', social service, and the nine blessings became ill. Those who had not par What Vlnol did for Miss Abel, >re "

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over experi- i -
Dr. Young, fixed the guilt upon discouraged woman ta tbtt Tlctortty. at Reasonable '
"y 4 ence., the chicken. Try a bottle of Vinci with the naderetandfflg Prices.
that your money will be
; Read it every Sunday morning Alderman Joseph T. Mahoney of returned If It doe ,not help yot. Banner Job Office.

r' before breakfast. It will ta e the Thirtieth ward was one of the S/' E. McGeachy,'Druggist, .

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oluUona the Eye of. Swamp Really Ha. a Moat
the Emperor. Dimple Explanation.Among -
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I It the czar at St. Petersburg was a de- nat Florida swamps there is .noth-

No Waiting. lightful spectacle. The vast expanseof 'ing more surprising than the blush c.)

i 3 the\ Mars field was checkered by ing tree. It actually blushes when

t :Barbers 3 the scarlet, green, white and khaki the rain falls upon it. The mysterious PRINTING

_, uniforms of the tiny warriors, whose and beautiful glow of color

t Everything Vp.tC -Now.I evolutions were watched with delightby which it assumes in a rainstorm baffles .,'

I. immense crowds. The bright sunshine description! As the rain drenches "

lti Shave .. .... ...... 15c.Haircuttingr was tempered by a breeze.
.i' ', ...... 25c. a tree; gradually, yet unmistak-
.. .. 11 Shampoo ........... 25c. As the emperor and his suite rode ably, the green hue gives way to .
Massage ....,....... 25c. down the lines, greeting each detach- pink. In a few minutes the Creates a good impression
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ment the boys answered in Russian '
fades from sight. Only in a few .
correspondents {.5
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soldier fashion: "We wish good ; ,
spots beneath broad
: I We Solicit Your Patronage. ,
health to your maje*ty. Each separate branches and on the trunk, is therea : and ,, helps
,'. Very Respectfully, command then demonstrated its
tinge of green to be seen. The tree
We D. Peters I special aptitudes. To the to give your business
ropr. accompa- ia as'pink as the cheeks of the healthy ,
.. niment of their own bands they went '
girL After an hour or more, when ../ prestige.
through drills and gymnastic exer-
the shower is over, the tree assumes
COOK & JVicRAO cises. The Tashkent battalion :
pro- its familiar green once more. As it
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Attorney. at l awv.orik duced some excellent fencers; the is changing back the spectator suddenly C

Odessa contingent, 1,000' strong, realizes the secret of the
.** ....Chipicr suit ssk. .
showed admirable training;' there phenomenon. ,Certain tiny insects We Do Neat Printing !

'Careful attention given all matters entrust was a football team, which kicked the and, not the tree itself change color.

to my care. Collection made. ball among the imperial suite, muchto These -1 .a- ,
peculiar parasites are possessed
Agent for responsible time and fire-tested In- the czar's amusement; and small Reasonable Prices.
__ of the power of chameleons.In .4-t 8
.urUlCeoR 0
:firemen climbed dummy houses. The the bright warm sunshine they _

march of the 6,000 boys lasted
are greener than the tree on which ,
40:minutes. One little drummer was ,,; I .. ,
F. SCARLETT; they live, but when the chilly rainfalls ,'I'''. .' ,
\.. ,. five years old. A tiny.brigade had a upon thsrq they contract their v 1, ; '. .'

tiny ambulance drawn by a donkey. tiny backs and become J:' ,'" ', ./ !
; a pretty pink Give
I Notary Public.Real us your next order :
J The who ,
: czar, was hugely delighted in tint. Millions of these change the .

I <. thanked each detachment, and after color of the tree and.make. it appear. :' and we will give you perfect .

Estate Handled. the review expressed his gratitude to to be bl bing. .

Collections a specialty. the officers and the schoolmasters. :I' satisfaction, thus .

i The movement is growing rapidly. The quicker a cold la gotten rid of tbe lea making of ...
I you'one our:,
Office in First National Bank. Russia will soon have 200,000 Hy : danfcer from pneumonia and other serious "" ;

soldiers. \ 'diseases.. Mr. W B L Hall Waverly Va. ,,:", : regular customers. '
"I believe Chamberlain's .
: firmly '"
REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD. says Cough Kamody to be absolutely tbe best I.. ..
bres.WI.aLOW'. SOOTHii Srmvr has beea ENDS WINTBB'3 TltOUBLKS, ,",',
used for over SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS olUOTHBKS preparation on the market for colds. I have ,
for their CHILDREN WHILE To iqauy winter Is a season of trouble. recommended It to my friends and tbey all
TEETHING with PERFECT SUCCESS. It I' Toe frost bitteo tour and fingers, chapped .
s. SOOTHES the CHILD. SOFTENS tbe GUMS, agree with me." For sale by All Dealer '> ..
1 ALIAV3 PAIN; CURES WIND COLIC?and I, hands and lips, chilblains, oold sores, red .
is the beat remedy for D1AJUtH and roucl1.kln.., But such trouble. fly )
harmless. Be sure and ask for .ra. THECHIPLEY
Window's Soothing Syrup. and taU BO othsf fore Buokleu'B Arnica balve. A trial conIDee. \- FOR SUCH. A SMALL SPACE. \ -
td d Twenty-fire cents a bottle.i .
.. burns boils
rertest pile., .
outs, sores, bruises, eczema and sprains. t ,
Only Soc at 8 MoQeaohy's.!:


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.' Woman Subject Raqulrad to Rest an ti Chipley Fla.
We wi11sen'd the Banner free for Hour Bator Peeing fr %

.j the term of this! school to" / ..
,Three clock was the hour of the m0s -

To Every White. Teacher busy woman's appointment with the + J JA \
photographer, but early in the day '
In Washington County he telephoned for her to come af two Physicians: Advise

o'clock. She went and found him arIlit
,'.'- busy with another subject. the use of a goodlaxative to keep the bowels open and prevent the poisons of undigested
ho will send us the news of food from gettlnglnto your system. .
"I'wanted you to come ahead of lq l (Igll ) The latest product of science Is VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup, purely vegetable, gentle.
heir community each week, or time," he said, "so' you could lie reliable and of a pleasant, aromatic taste. Velvo acts on the liver; as well as on the
stomach and bowels and Is of the greatest possible efficacy In constipation indigestion
>fl. down and rest for hour. It is
very two'wfeeks at least. bllloasnessslck, .headache, feverishness. """ Try VP 1
the hardest kind of work to

:; p.'*Correspondents V may write on busy people into a proper conditionto IFI tin "tnk"'i LAXATIVE
i:; :f be photographed. You rush :Museum Manager-I'm going to get

l any subject of general interest. around up to the last minute, then Baushea Palleth, the artist to paint

,' \ Our l only I request is. that they refrain come here nervous wrecks and ex- a, miniature Agent She'of*our too fat big woman.for A mlnla-

'?I t, pect me to take good pictures. I turex V L L I U LIVER SYRUP (' ..

from using tbe name of any can't do it. Nobody can. Tightly -

drawn lips, sunken eyes, and a generally : When jour feet are wot and cold, and ,
person in. a way calculated to give tense expression don't look well your body chilled through from exposure
,I\i in a photograph. You are a good take a big dose of Chamberlain's Cough The New York World, Wo promptly obtain U. a. and Foreign e
offense. feet In hot water before -
it Remedy. your Thrice week Eeditlon.
'_ looking woman and deserve good
going to bed, and you are almost. eel'tala -
t f looking pictures, but you won't get to ward off' a severe cold. For sale by :o:
Let us. Hear The Thrlco-a week World hopes to be
e.1 ( N them unless you Teat an hour before All Dealers.
In 1908 a. better paper than It has ever
facing the camera. Bend model sketch or pliota of Invention for
been before:, and It has made Its arrange free
From You. The woman appreciated the wisdom WARES ments accordingly.: Its news service COY How report to n4RADE-MAlBKS writ took*'
I of his remarks, but she was so ONCE COSTLIEST era the entire globe, and It reports every PsUmUam to

'angry because she\ had been cheatedout thing fully promptly and accurately. It
Veeeele ef Odoriferous Clay So Is the only not a dally,which Is aa.
of valuable hour that it
'a was
We the News Wealthiest A
want Only good as a dally,.and which will keep you
doubtful tf the rest her One.
improved Could Afford
as completely Informed of what Is happening
, appearance.. throughout the world. Opposite U. S. Patent Office
Teasels: of odoriferous clay were The Thrice-a week World Is fair In Its WASHINGTON D. C. j j6O

W.. L. DOUGLAS RETORT COURTEOUS. Imported early in the sixteenth cen- political reports. You can get the truth

*3.OO3.5O *4.OO turyfrom Peru Chile and Mexico by from Its columns, whether you are a Republican YEARS'
which or Democrat, and that l Is what EXPERIENCE
He-Women are su h slaves to the Portuguese merchants, to
& 5.00 fashions. Look what skirts of buccaros. So you want. ,
F tight; were given the name A speolal feature of the Thrlce-a-weck

SHOES .: ,they get 1 highly was this ware esteemed that World has always been Its serial fiction t

But lift*WorldUNION She-Anden( ; are such slaves to only the wealthiest collectors could ItpublUhea' novels by the best authors In

1 passions. Look how tight they get; afford 'to possess entire specimens. the world noves which In book form sell f9r
MADEBays' for fl.50 apiece and Its high: standard In
themselves! ;Broken pieces were set! in gold or silver TRADE MARKO
this respect will be maintained In the fut. '
to powder be used f .
or ground -
In the
': Shoos tire aa past. &c.
THE RACK.. to scent cakes and confections and to The Thrlce-a-week World's regular Anyone sending a sketch and deicrtptlnn may
n $:l.tfD x qnloklr ascertain our opinion true whether aa
iFii perfume gloves and. handkerchiefs.It subscription price l la only 11.00 per year Invention !I.probably pet.\'!ANDBOOIK Communlnatlonaitrlatjreonadautful. .-
Ii "Does dollar far it usedtor on I'alentilant
and r a go as as also supposed to medicinal and this pays for 156 papers. We offer free. Oldeit .".no, for aeourluo jxttenta.
was Patent* taken through Munn. A Co. reealvs
1'' $2.50 I and was this unequalled newspaper and" The Ban tpteiol nolle*, without" obanje. In the
Ft Co/or tye/rt Uu "Well, ,a dollar gets by without I properties. pre- together for one year for 1.65. The Scientific Jlm rltan.A
scribal by contemparary physiciansfor regular: subscription price of the two po.pen .
much trouble. But million
W. ... Douglas .hoe. are) the lowest a or so .'
certain ailments. The great demand la $ bandeome"t1h1.trafe4 weekly. areeit elr-
;' price,quality eonsldarad.In the world.Their of 'em can't go very far without being ". eanttlvn ot any lolentlde Journal. Tarnn.(1 CoM"
for the buccaroa resulted in i four montbal6 Bold by all
:, ,excellent style, easy fitting; and "
I investigated. ork' :
long; wearing qualities excel those of the alleged discovery of scented clan & Co.78'o'"' New
other Irishes. If you have been paying; and the of the Breach om....OS V BC.Wsihlniton.O.C. 't,:
high prices for your shoes,the next time) LIGATMNQ KILLS FJCW.In : Portugal potters
yea nsed pair give W.L Douglas. shoe time used them to fashion all sorts ;
1906 lightning kil.ed only 169 people la wrlto ftnr our confidential letter before applying CURTIS L. JONES
i a triaL: You can save) money on which .
this whole county.: One's chances of deathby of drinking vessels, on they for patents it may be worth lIIone,. ''
and get shoes that are just a* We promptly obtain V.o. and ForeignPATENTS } 'I
good fat orery way as those that hcvstbeen light nine are less than two In a million. Impressed a seal or stamp, hence the Notary Public State at large. :
costing you higher Tile coanoes ofdeafri from liver, kid nev or adoption of the name terra sigillata. .
If yon could visit our Bergs factories stomach trouble Is vastly greater but not and TRADE MARKS or eturd ENTIRE : -| All business ;\ J
at Brockton Maw and see yourself I I|,If Eleotrlo: Ritter. re used as ttobt. Mad attorney's fee. Bend: moriol ketch JI
how carefully W. L. Douglas. shoe* are I I sea of West Bnrlfbgtoa, ... proved. Four When/on'have a cold .net a bottle of or FREE photo and report wo on send paten an IMMEDATC b1fII. -We give/ my care will Ij -
made.,yon would then understand why doctors gave blot up after, eight months Ofoffering Chamberlain's Cough Uemedy* It will noon the beat legal service and advice, and .oar
they 'hold their shape, fit"nod charges are moderate. Try us. attention. ,
/ all will ward off Florida'k
trom liver trouble and yellow ax you up right gnu nor
than other
',' wear longer_W. U Donrlaa name Bad priesJsetamped 1 jaundice. H. *ss then completely cured by eudenoy toward pneumonia. Thla remedy SWIFT & CO., Can be found at :

blah. on and the bottom Inferior to ahoea.protect T the....wearer N. .anlnat.fc.e.. Kleotrlo BltUtfs, They're the best stomach contains'no opium or other nyrootlo and Patent Lawyer,

S.ce. .If write W.*for. Doll.Mail'lM Order__Catalo an net*,for W.I.isle Coos-las.Ia your.j!liver, nerve tfid kidney remedy and blood may be given aa confidently to a baby as to Opp. U.S.Patent Oftlce,Wasblngton,D.C. Wausau
= ____., I J paoifler oa efrth. Only BOo at}I Geao"y's, an adult Sold by ,All Dealers. I I .
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i' W,H.. :..,Ml"' TON. M. L.VlctfresldentFifcst DEKLK! GOL8ON.Cashier.. .

I I York Yow, st Who Have Keen : Pale f t es iI National a.antk
Church Directory. dense of Artistic Value, and : ,.
H. B. Church South.-Preaching every Also Humor. ... ;
it and 3rd Sunday at 11 a. m. and.8 p. m. I Pale-faced,* weak, and MARIANNIA. FLA.
L. II. Chapuelle, astor. shaky women-who suffer y,
Sabbath School 10 a. m. W. N. Sheats The,six-year-old daughter of WilLiam !
day with womanlyweaknessneed
| every : .
Superintendent. .
Prayer Meeting Thursday nights. M. Chase, the painter, has not ,,the*,held Capital* ,i,

Young :Men's prayer meeting Invited Tuesday. yet. taken pencil and brush in hand, : of a gentle tonic.- with! ), Accounji, of Bank! *. Corporation. Finns! aad,Iadlrklual&. \.
nights Everybody cordially |
but she has been raised in an at; la building action qn the. Our twenty'years experience In the banking-business! enables, us to, off!r \
Baptist Church-Preaching every Sn>
deposits.. Ac-?.
I weak- need fully efJ.lllppeJ..Bulnga, Department ins wWch we pay
and 4th Sunday. Rev. Baxter.pastor.Sabbath developed an unusually critical sense. : ypu Cardul .
School a. m., F. O. Hawk 1 ''the wpmah's icb@caueCaljiui"wi1 > d counts, by mall 1 handled. as. easily'as byperalRtal> interview.Send .
This from ; "" "''" ir '
Superlnt.e eent.P"II."er was a midday party given us yourbuslness.
} .,
Meeting Wednesday nights of her classmates in the kin- : act directly ou' (
by one car.UNIYRRSITV .
the cause of :youf'troublev:: I ICardui JP IVf. COLrQON, \
dergarten."Did has record of I
Po tofHc Directory .
I Office hours T30 to700, you have ,a pleasant time, more than 50 years- of ,| :
; a m. ; p. m.i ex
cep.t Sundays. dear inquired :Mrs. Chase, as she success* It must be good. .' OF. FLORIDA.GAINESVILLE I j F orida.State:, College.For Women ,
fast-bound mall closes at 10:20 a.m removed her small daughter's wraps. ; TALLAHASSEE *1Cotlcan

West-bound mall: closes at B:10 p.m "Yes, mamma," was the young B I A Superior But'Inexpeasive lattitatioa for d Art and'! 'Science* Normal School,
Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 bound .ppgoa'sreply, "the lunch was beautiful ; FlffridS.YOBBj.. .Men.* ',- snood of Miulc.School of Art. School: ot .
and leaves on arrival of the east I I kBIGABDWThe School of Home Economic
mall. and the girls looked so prettyin l Four collegea agricultural' experiment. tatloo: ''First clam equipment throughout. Tuition
UnAreraltr exteniiloiu': 44 proCeaaor n4
: iueilltfree. low. informationdnsh
Sunday, hour: 11:30 10;, to, 12:30: p.m., their party frocks, but the pictures : ant*. 8Q per cent. Increiae in.nttend nco-laa..,' ad Other,: '- 'expense' very For.. -- .
Orders Issued at all hours when year. Attract re tuil.. .. inijn and u For '
office Money Is open, except Sundays.: in the house are terrible." catalogue B4cItd; 8,' ..:A Mlara.. 5. nellIe.t:' EPWAIO CONtADI",Frcildcst.YOU 1 I

.T P HCHEL.L P. M '"Why, my dear I'" ejaculated her Woman's Tonic "' ." ..e_ _._ .> .. ,. ,.

astonished mother, "what was the ... ,,. .
Oar Clubbing U_&. matter with, them r' : Mrs. Effie,1 ( 9,4. o :

,, BAKNRB! and Seml-weekly Atlanta "So light and trashy," was the I I.Willaid'. ,. Ky.. saySW3 ; I. I.O1 KNOW I
Journal per year $1.75. young art student's reply, as she carried sR 'WAAk.> ; i c ul s\t; ;
BANNER! and Thrice.-week\: New York hardly ga, l\affte .11
her rubbers to the closet. i
World' ., per year, nearly every month for :!, That now Is the,time to build that home or business house. gK'
But it took the seven-year-old "' '
BANNEB and Semi-weekly Tlmea-Un- you'b'ave'
n and Citizen, per year H.50.. ,daughter of a New York physician 'years., When Ti back beeanftoj hurt1awfully. : .... has reduced.the price otldaibet'dndbuildingmaterialsl'labor'' .
Home and Farm, take Cardui, 'my I is cheap. and plenttfu1aa. you can build now for 25 to 50 percent :
and with father .
BANNER! per year to "put one across" .as :n.l _
fl.21\- '' I only weighed leas than in _
the would Her mother t\t'f J
boys say. .99 pounds.. Notlongafter' "'

had been seriously ill for some weeks :,1, weighed, 115. Now,. f. ; INE, IDl Q.R Wr1I} A W _*
General Directory.. and her father decided that his only do all, niy worlv and.ii aJQ : t

STATE OFF! .t4\LS: child was becoming lax in the matter in good Jieajfo l 1JBe n When you, think lumber.orltuilldlns material, think of us :
of table manners and especially in,' fin&i t. QI\lk : I, and the' fait that we have completed' a modem UJ'to-date"ml11-:
W. Qllchrlst. \ '
Governor-Alber '
J wok )IU, 'aM can fntitfaheverything made of wooqused... ,, in .
Secretary of State-H. Clay Crawford,* the ,selection, of proper food combina- a'building''from allU"to comb'and that we cab' ''' '
General. Park Trammel) tion. :I h '
Com Agriculture E. MoLiln. "J notice, my dear," he remarked .,....,-. ... = D Q.1 r1 quicK.. I

Treasurer-Wm V. Knott. cautiously* "that you are not eating Sr Sash Mouldings Framing Danktill

Supt. Public Instruction-W, M Uollo- potatoes." AMERICAN HUMOR.. Blinds Doprl f Caipgs.: Flooring' Brus;. .
Base aforeFrames Stion
way Now: potatoes. !are this particular The Ael1tlg3kgl o Finish swrog Fl=ttire..

: Supreme Comptroller Court-Thoa.C. Croom.M. Shack leford, never girlie's quivered especial an abomination.eyelash, but She re- with girl and hia stock stove;,,mateyta mothejMn o ltIC1S laz! ax.;. -., .Estiplatel If I desired c:{'eejfujly.fijrpi; ; .hed.. Freight. ,t"* .,p'' paid' to.,.yoursta-. :

Chief.Justice, ; M. B. Mabry. Cler*.
aponded gravely: f.
messenger boy, mule and goaty; originated -
: Railroad Commlsafon Hudson Burr, "No, father, dear, I have given up, ''aohool' of broad : ; 1\lMJM.\ CO.
a new\ANJlr4.C1Jnm'i
exaggeration ; I
t ChlJr, nan; R.: C. Dunn Clerk. potatoes since Lent!t" I ,
that, with its bold drawingof
Jud e first judicial circuit-J. Emme t J 1A F
Wolfe Pensacola. SAVED III9 WIFE'S DIKE !tij9 l long l boflc. Vii geflulfte 4 ,difv t-r.. '
State /Solicitor: first judicial circuit-. t1Dctlve.} and irre iatible. It baa been J" OI''fJ.D'Ir"; : ,,Nc 8,. PHPdrn a.
:Hv wife would have been in ber crave today :1
L. Wilson.' wrltes'O H Hrown of Muscadine, Ala, perpetual) and,' stijl this J a itt ............ .. ... !
-- had I; not been for Dr. Kind's New Discov best, perhapa=m.t .*.., y,. W

U.S. LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS. ery' She was down in her bed not able to The ,world has .been,. itp Wiry#,. fqf 'H' 0" ->:' .. :- .
,I Hi 8. Chubb, Register, Gainesville, Fla. get up without bely. She had a severe bronchial else w hej one. /Shields. Warren Receiver, Gainesville. trouble.and,dreadful cough her fun. ltd IB., the+ kiz4rgdj; .a4j a r
a bQ "eotDr., King's New Discovery, and i the iq, note 9ft,eXl-ggefHt 4nii0! ,kens ? et:8' a, Goo .lQg (pr
she soon began to mend and was well In a !!!! ,
short time. Ipfalllble for coughs and colds I ?zip:, tee:
Circuit Clerk-W. b. Lockey, Vernon. Us the most reliable aernedy on earth for hugioristr !ng'o! : r t:' #
County.Judge-.I, Hutchison; Vernon desperate lung trouble,.hemorrhages,lagrlp I is the leaye #f L L& It1R1 IJigger; : i aud, Better Business.
Sheriff-O. G. Allen Chlpley. asthma, bay fever, croup; whooping : r 'f., p I Q : .
Treasurer-H. B. Tiller, Vernon. /BOo and $1: Trial bottle free couflb'l !P ; w4bPtiltt p $e4. "..." U.II."."
\ fax Aiaassor-J. J. Williams, Chlpley. S MeGeachy. Dumas and IJW1l/.t "" deafly .,if" .

Tax Collector-W, 13. Gainer Kcontna:; bore.-p'hi1 .ia: I DON'T BLOCK. THE. W4Y .
r Supt. Public Instruction F Gainer, i I .,---.. _._ -- .. r
Wausau. 1 hl1d.beentrp t-'e' ,,, t4 Registration J. W. as fast as the Take
1 Supervisor of two years and tjfe' alt the best.! } oye .. .profcssipp-pr.;; >wpve, qut. the :

Gainer, Kconflna.CpQDtv. Tells How Life of Tim- In Bristol.Teat. sod tool oOfl o nothing tRa4e' .q tl cqlPP y :JW.U ;a/ lIt 9r pjc : manDon't '
'i )
firt tIn
t day e:
\ ,Hollcltor;- A-", D. Carmichael, P1 o. May Be Very Materially for mer writephTggs: + i Il1i'ItJ.1lIl Mlddlo.- :1
Chlpley.County. Lengthened.A boro, Ky, Tyu.p: .c5agee] of Chimberlaln'.s.' I _
Surveyor-Thos. 'JoJJlna. Cary. Stomach and liver TXh, eti cured'm& I Jto( I
,. tI vllle, Fla. men who repairs watches says : pale by All Dealers. stand:in the of ideas.
: way. ne w Don't pause in the
;.air Con "Never into the habit of holding .
Commissioners: get
:.. 'I*" J. T. Ill eh tower. Chairman, Vernon. -- -- -.- .. MA ; Path, .,, aYstei.' Don't? : settle} down on tbe ladderof
M the stem and winding the watch; . | ? ; ,! ;: .. ; ?. ,
'' 4 "
.",'1': A.. L C.*. Davis Gilbert, Wausau.Chlpley.S. always hold the watch and wind the BAIL,B-\I-! T F "'' /r .,sucress.; :gpnt bA arJJ\.91J) the. alijp! .of..pregress.Chaogemeanaprogress. : : .

I. ...." J, II, Porter, .Mlllvllle.U. ,. stain If you will try both ways you
F"Gu.\lD.lSanta\ Rosa wilj! find that you have''a bad habit. They were,.hath .sjanjifirj, both \ ; :: IJrperfissCroeans> advancement' .
school and both .
teachers .
,. School Board: Moreover, wind the watch as nearly'as announced
G. B. Bush Chairman, Orange lull, possible! at the same. time every loud enough, for; ; IW; olig I.. with'in' ; |
"7', 1 S. J. Gainer St. Andrew. day. It is bad for a timepiece. be half a dozen seata from them at r Advancement means.movement.<<: MOVE!

'! W, F. Russ Vernon. wound too frequently or to be allowed Recreation park that they were goingto '' !

t r, -- to run down entirely."At Sacramento to teach school. '- -, {i DON'T. B.OCI, a.. TIiF; rreY Y t+ 4 YlTT '
I night either hang the watch The pitchers were wanning up fpr
5) H. Wells. the battle with the Angela. A little I :' .. ..
.,,' '.. Marshal-U. :M. Farrlor, up-small watch tanda are made for YI f
v.l, Clerk and Treasurer, W. Cook. the purpose, or a tiny yet firm brass miss who accompanied the schoolteachers

} Council-A. D. Carmichael, chairman, hook on the wall will do as well-or, was.ftctingraAlic: : ), jmQd guide> .
,1 1 C. B.Dunn,J. R. McGeachy, C. E.,Tbarp if you lay it down, see that there is "That's Handsome Harry Suter,"

,;;1" W. Ot Butler Jr. some soft article under it. Above all, she explained, pointing? to the Seals'

f do not keep it in too hot or too cold big portside fjipger\ "..I1.p;ditched a

place, in spite of all the watchmakers no-hit, no-run gatllll..thia year.**

't : The, Banner will tell you about the tempera "Stuped thing."I If ff remarked f I* I one' ** pf
the teachers 9'1J dz \ lg t li m
tare tests to which their wares have : .. ,'JI
I. been subjected. the ball, so .the .Q.t el. .;P4rh .tipi .h

.', "Women should not carry a watch strike it?" I ., Y
; Chfl! Three .chee.n: 1g A '!v AW '
,, a. loose in a bag. If neither chatelainenor ( fa
Yeomen!P-San JtPP; !' of
.(' chain 'is possible with the gown 1'S9! clerATEltRIBLIC .

.' '' Stands tor the Upbulldin:ofj you are wearing, pin the watch :firmly _.

t;" under: your dress. The leatherwristband : BJUUHDBR ,

I Cfclpley, with the watch set into it to neglect liver trouble. Never do It. Take

': r\ {la bad for the watch-it ,is only tog p Dr. Klnic'a RaW.Lifa JUI-oqtJ1.Q'tl' ,tin I| A handsome new t, ylte in. ,:,
": : '1 Washington County. likely to bump against everything of constipation, bilUous D ess r.ln 9tlv ] DJatnond Y
. :. touch. bowels and prgvpnl rylQjl\! !J( ,'Indigestion! our Special Grade $.3.-00 .
' you jaundice or gall stone.*. They regu1at.e,1lter', that .the "tl
will ,
give .., -
: t And.. Florida; "About once a year send your stomach and bowels and;;build ny'y'our ', :?'

:'. watch to be cleaned and regulated. health. Only.. 2So at'AloOeaob y's. touch' to -any. cpsu i, r me.. I ,,,',
Handle it' otherwise and it .., .. ,
carefully '" ''''''''''''' '''' '
F'. :. Subscription, $1 I Per Year. will be a reliable and efficient servant A G. This : S pnljc, on .A'tcY/ ,$atlerns. .'
yr .' # for a generation.-Washington; Post. ,. I Ask you>; dealer, ,to s lojp}>khis. tyles; of f..

.' Notar-y.Public: Diamond -Brand Shoes i hould have :
We make a Specialty'of ANEW KIND. c .s ,
State jyt Larp9.
them in all grades, at ajj ijiqcs{ fob men
Neat '"Both: those adjoining households )

i*"'i to* ';. J I Artistic, each have, other.a sort"of transposition envy of ADe 4 A MJ itl M k 4 : r rAttO"JU1 r as well as, for ,cJj i -

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Commercial Printing TBs >Colleotlons a Specialty. / -
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t The Banner, : Kvery family has need ot'a good reliable .D j J. J ONES IN Ti!1z1:
liniment. For sprains, braises, soreness ol .
the muscles and rheumatic pains there Is "
Chamberlain's. 80 id, .-
none better than by

'JUf: I, :,; Chipley, Fla. AUD_ alers.; .'1' J vli11'LEYPL.L. Try: ; an adve isement in The Banner.

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1, Prickly Ash,Poke Root and Potassium) '. .

P Prompt Powerful Permanent Resolutions as Calling Passed Bond by County Election.Commissioners .

t Its beneficial .(. Stubborn cue Good results are i Wire Fence. I
facts are usually yield to P. P. P. laatllli cures
feltyery'9uickly when toiUycund WHHRBAS, It appears to the Board of
f ciaa arc lueleuyou County Commissioners of Washington; .
I County; Florida, that It 1s expedient and :
to the best Interest of said county to l Issue .
I P. P. P. the county bonds of said county of WashIngton
for the of constructing 8
hard surfaced highways In said Washington >
i Makes rich red, pure blood-cleanses the entire County, Florida; and '89
ystem-clears the brain-strengthens digestion and nerves WHEREAS, It appears to the said Hoard 9
of County Commissioners that to con. 30
A positive specific for Blood Poison and skin diseases. struts a system! of bard surfaced high;
Drives out Rheumatism and Pain ways In said county will require the expenditure a\\ l 24S
Stops the ends Malaria
: ; of Three Hundred Thousand
'' Is a wonderful tonic and body-builder. Thousands endorse it. ((9300,000)) Dollars. Therefore be It ; ii, _
UKSOLVBD That the said Board of
1 F. V. UPPMAN, SAVANNAH, GA. County Commissioners of Washington; 4 Hs
County, Florida, do hereby determine .
that the amount of bonds necessary and
required for the purpose of constructing
said hard surfaced highways Is the sum -

of Three Hundred Thousand ($300.000)) ...,. .
HAD SAME THING IN MIND'Two A Thorough Test. Dollars; that the said bonds shall be made Yw001 vp1.IR. ...---.- M.r.f.wWN11MM1--
payableOctober let, 1053 and shall bear e e
intereatat rate of 5 per cent per annum
Souls With but a SingU ThoughtCertainly payable Annually on the first day 9
'" -- a Remarkable CoInolden. One that will Convince the Most of each and every year. beginning with : Just a word Farmers and Fence Builders:
October let, 1813.
... Skeptical Chipley Woman. And It Is hereby ordered that ao alee '
Cures that last tlon be held In Washington County, FlorIda .: :
are cures that count. Having made a deal for Ten Car Loads
Thursday the 28th day of December
I defy anybody to beat this for .Doan' Kidney Pill make thoroughCures. A. D.1911. by the legal voters of Washington .

coincidence," said the woman. "The whether County or not,such Florida! bonds to shall determine be Issu- : of the Best American Steel Wire Fence, we :

fact that everybody's mind runs on The following case 1 I. typical. ed, and the form of ballot for such elec- ,

ice in the summer time doesn't makeit Chipley. residents .should be convinced. upon tion shall which be shall a plain be piece written of white or printed paper e are in position to make you better prices eG

ft bit more remarkable. I had to the words 1I'or'Bonds.'.' and the words ee

get'down town so early that I didn't The testimony is confirmed-the cure "Against Bonds," and such election shall than ever before. ee
lasted. be held at the several places In said county .
have time to straighten up the house, where the last general election was
Proof like this cannot be ignored. held. Tbat the clerk of this Board cause '
and my husband promised to empty ballots to be prepared for'use In saldelec- Be sure you see us before buying wire e
the; pan of water under the icebox. Mrs. W. P. Richardson of Chlpley tlon In form required by law, and that because .
Fla., says: "It gives me pleasure to such ballots and allot boxes to be .It
About 12 o'clock my placid subway say that the good results derived from at the various polling places in said county : elsewhere. means money saved. :
meditations electrified the at the opening of the polls on the day
were by Doan's Kidney Pills In my home have of said election herein above called and @
remembrance, of that pan. Such an been permanent. A member of ordered to be holden.

awful fear that he had forgotten it family had suffered from kidney complaint my- tion It Is be further published ordered In each that of this the several resolu- : Chiplcy Hdw. Co. :

and, that the water had soaked for years. 'This trouble was newspapers of Washington County, Florida -

.through to the ceiling, below took made apparent by a constant dull pain :, I for a the period-date of of four said weeks proceeding e

possession of me that I said right across his back and Irregular passages the Done Board aud' of ordered County in Commissioners open meeting, of of .... .............. ..

out: loud, and he '40 blocks away,: of the kidney secretions. His joanta Washington County, Florida at Vernon, -.A
'"Did the were stiff and sore and orten his whole Florida, this 20th day of November, 1911.J. ,
you empty pan under body was lame. We finally heard of T. HIUHTOWER. ,- .n ,o')>i s"rrF kM'YL Fkf( g 11WMr1AW'H w iaSL aW+r L'" ,'.I''1
the icebox? Chairman Board County Commissioners ,i
Doan's Kidney Pills and got a box Washington County, .Florida! '
'The man Sitting behind me at McGeachy.s drug store. The first Attest: : BAY HEAD INN 1
clapped his hand to his forehead few W. C. LOCKEY.Clerk.McBter ,
doses brought relief aijd. continued

with a gesture of despair. use restored the patient to good health. : E. M. NEWMAN, Proprietor. "
''No I'llbeblessed if, I did Sale
/ ne For sale by all dealer. Price SO
Under and by virtue of a final decree of ; Bay' Head, Florida. i
said."When cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, foreclosure issued out of the Olrcult ;
we realized the significance New York, sole agents for the United Court of Washington Florida, ; Mecca of the Tourist Angler Sportsman. 'r
'of.,the situation the man and I both States. Ninth Judicial Circuit of Florida on the ,
Fourth! day Qf November, 1911. In a cer- : ...tN..r,.O,.....M.MtMtiwRates f
felt pretty foolish:!; also we felt Remember the name-Doan's-and tain cause therein pending wherein D. J.

doubly anxious *G t; our iceboxes. I take no other.NOTICE Jones and Clara was
postponed'all ot4f errands and hur- r me as Special Master to sell certain { }
Good <
real property situated In said county $1.00 and $1.50 ( Table. j and Bathing.
,ried home. The pan was runningover. FOR PUBLICATION. and (State, I will offer for sale before
I would give a good deal to Department of the Interior, the Court House door In the town of Vernon ';"''l'tl!:< :l ') '1r. r-
In Washington county, Klorlda. at
U. S. Land Office at Gainesville, Fla.!
know if the pan under that other ice- December 16, 1911 public outcry to the highest and best bidder
box had overflowed too. I'll bet a Notice Is hereby given that Tallle A. for cash, daring: the legal hours of
Finch of EconUna. Florida. who, on -September sale, on Monday, the First day ot Janua-
cooky it-had." 2 lOO1J. made Homestead Entry, A. D. 1918, the following real estate,
: I Serial No. 05858, for E% of SVV Section to-wit: Lots numbers One. Three, Hve, Palmer CollegeFor
....r: -. ,,- 20, Township 1 north Radre 13 west, Seven and Nine, as per map died by W.
A SURE THING Tallahassee .Meridian has filed noticeof R. Miller In the Clerk's office In Washington
Intention to make Final! CommutationProof !: county, Florida and being a part
---- to establish claim to the land above' of Northeast quarter of Northwest Quarter -
described before the Clerk of the Circuit of Section Four! Township Four! Boys and ,
AUGf Court at Vernon Florida, on the 31st dayof North of Ranpe Thirteen West, In the
January, 1013, town of Chipley. Washington county. DeF'Mtiiok Springs Florida.
Claimant names as witnesses: Perry Florida.! ,
Hutchison, Julius Becoots, Will Hanner. Purchaser to pay for deed.J. .
W. 8. Finch, all of FconUna! Florida. M. SAPP
Henry !S.: Chubb. Special of-Florida
Reolster Located at beautiful DeFuniak Borings, seat Cbau-
Ed fee paid
JVlnfster Sale. tauqua. Highest altitude in the .State. Artesian water Good

NOTICE FOR! PUBLICATION. health. Well equipped buildings. Successor to the State Normal
u Department of the Interior, Under and by Virtue of a final decree of School. Strong faculty. Gymnaseum, tennis, new' athletic field.'
JI U. s. Land Office at Gainesville, Florida- foreclosure laaaled out of the Circuit;
December 18, 1911. Court of Washington county Florida Home-like school. Careful oversight. Offers thorough academic ,
Notice Is hereby given that John D. Ninth Judicial Circuit of J. llarrell whose post office address IsOreenheaa Fnurth day-of November, 1911 In a certain .
Florida, did, on the 9th day cause therein pending I,wherein J. T. Music and Art.. ,I';
of March, 1911. file In this office Sworn Gilbert was plaintiff. and I. L. Whlddon
Statement and Application No. 08460, to and Sallle!: Whlddon were defendants, directing Elementary Department.
purchase the N>i of !SVVtf: !Section: 24, me as Special Master to sell certain i
1 north, Mange 15 west. Tallahassee real property situated In said county
Meridian and the timber thereon, and !State: I will offer for sale before the The Elementary Department covers tne eight grades, of the
under the provisions of the act of June 3, Court House door In the towa of Vernon, grammar school and is taught by a separate faculty of thoroughly
1878. and acts amendatory, known as the In Washington county Florida, at public trained teachers.
to the highest and best cash bid.
"Timber and Stone Law, at such valueas outcry
might be fixed by appraisement, and der during the legal hours of sale on orrits the best thing you can do for your children is
to such application, the Monday, the First! day of January, A. D.
that pursuant
to educate them under Christian influences.* Perhaps no school
land and timber thereon have been appraised 1913, the following described real estate,
at Three Hundred Twenty Dollars to-wlt; A lot commencing where section in Florida offers you better advantages for them than Palmer
--:-- the limber estimated at 80.000 line between sections Four! and Five Intersects
land rl"bt" -of"way of L. & N. R. R.
board feet at 3.50 per M., and the College.School
Customer-Is this cough medicine'a (40.00 and the land has a distinct value of on south side thence East seventy yards, opens September 27th, 1911.
thence South one hundred yards to Jack
for purposes'that
? 1.00 per acre
good thing said will otter final proofIn son street thence West seventy yards, to Send for illustrated catalogue to
Druggist (absently)-It is, for the support applicant and sworn thence North one hundred yards to pointof
manufacturer. statement on the 38th day of February. beginning.; A lot commencing where Rev. Lynn R. Walker President or
1913 before the Clerk of the Circuit; Courtat section line between sections Four and .,
Vernon, Florida. Five intersects Jackson street on South Prof. 0. 0. Fisher
KEEP SHOULDERS STRAIGHT. Anv person Is at liberty to protest this side thence East seventy yards thence Principal.MACHINERY .
I South hundred and ,
forty yard
purchase before pntry, or Inltiare a contestatanytime -
before patent Issues, by thence West seventy yards thence North
Comparatively few people have filing a corroborated affidavit ini this of- one hundred and forty yards, to point of FARQUHAR CO. ,
facts which would defeat beginning, In !Section: Four.- Township
really) evenly' balanced shoulders; fide, alleging Four North of Range; Thirteen West. In 431 E..Day Street.

there may not be much difference according the entry. Henry S. Chubb the of Chlpley, Washington county, JACKSON VI L.L. FL.ORIDA..

to the casual observer, but a Ed fee paid Register.; Purchaser to pay for deed.J. .
M. SAPP, Largest stock ,of Machineryin
dressmaker or' tailor. wjll make no SPecial Master. '
Florida for saw mills. and
secret of the fault. Of course, pad- L "

ding is resorted to,' but this'does not College of Agriculture planing mills.EARQUHAR.

always remedy the fault. The worse MACHINERYhas

the deformity the more,patient and University of Florida.: been built for 57 years;

persistent effort is required. Because Offer In Agriculture: A 4-year more built today than any oth-

the right shoulder ,dips,just.a trifle, course; a 2-year' course; a 1-year er. Let us tell you .why.
do for middle course; a 4-month course; a 4weekfarmer'
not ignore the fact,
Send for catalog: and ,price.YQY .
to have ( course; correspondence
age will: find the trouble
course A course for every need. You
progressed considerably. Take your
have education enough to enter one of
place in stiff backed chair and I I i
; thee courses. Find out by
: practice raising and lowering the g HH B i NM BiMa writing; to JOID'Tbat

higher shoulderfor, 20 id 30 times a 1 The simplest, lightest running built---, fast mill J. J. VERNON Better
eat cutting saw mill ever of Gaineavllle a
., this exercise College Agriculture ,
: day.- In fact, practice that you can buy at the right price and Florida. Tuition Free.

., whenever the occasion will permit. with which you can make big money. I question will bo asked you almost dally by business men seeking your

Keep the back erect-against the back: all in Taylor Feed DR. R. E. TILLER. services. I f you/qualify\ -take tile Draughon Training-and show ambition to risf.
will see It's the More BANKERS Indorse DRAUGHON'S Colleges than Indorse all other bust.
of soon
chair, you mill fitted with vir eabU drive, ness colleges COMBINED. '48 Colleges in 18 States. International reputation.Banklnr. .
an improvement. Every attachmW and adjustableIdler. (DENTAL: SURGEON, TypewritingVrnmtmililit.. En1r1181t..flpelll.Ir. Irlthmctle. letter Willing, BaaUcnaI ..
let-ODt mage.baeldng de-tms .w-l'UKK. au"llIarJ branehn. ,Cowl POSITIONS GUARANTEED under reasonable condmcns.Bookk.eping. .
Improved* and lever.vice Chipley FloridaOffice Bookkeepers all over Home Study, Tltousands bc.nkauhiers -
1* flu*** fl* IF and ItatloD&l'J' the United States &y that'Draushou's bookkeepers, and steiKrzraphers arc
HUGH .. WARRIOR, Made la all wise /. portable over First Nat'l Bank. New System Bookkeeping saves them holding good positions as the result of

manufacture Engine, Boilers, from 25 to 50 per cent in work and worry taking Draughon's Home Study.
We Shorthand. all U. offi- CATALOGUE. For prices oa lessons;
Practically S.
Dunn-Coleman Co's lathe place
,.' : DS-NTIST.. fSsKysys&sKs, Wo dal court reporter write the System of BY MAIL, write J NO. F. DRAECKOV.Shorthand .
.. .,,;fi.? on auTthlnfMallary to: buy your Hardware. See them Draughon Colleges teach. President Nashville, Ttnn.,'" ct-
speclaltYtf. Write for Informffon dpi Why Because they know it !a the best alogue on course AT COLLEGE, vrritoDRATTGHOIN'S
Crown Work a I rou
they guarantee

f., WORK 'GUARANTEED.Wbfflce i 1 >MACON GA. satisfactory.. Jacksonville.FU.. or Atlanta C... or MobiU or Mo tl1 morn Ala
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county will be called on next

Genial Pete Beville. was in town Thursday--the 28th inst.-to decide This is the shortest day of the : THE BIG -t, UNf ,
whether or not bonds to the ..
amount of $300,000 shall be issu- year. .
A. D. Campbell spent Tuesdayin ed to build roads throughout the School closed Tuesday for the orAbsolute to; I
Pensacola.I' county. There is no'doubt as to ,, "I
holidays. '
f the need of roads, but whether or \
T. M. Ellis of Caryville in
town Friday. not bonds, under the call of the The sale at T.L. Wells&Bro's ReliabilityAnchor

County Commissioners, shall be closes Saturday: night.
M. Long of near Vernon was issued to get them is the ques-
in town Monday* tion. Uuse your judgement.It Campbell & Dekle Co's big sale

is the duty of every qualified will not close until Christmas with 'The Big Un." .
Tom Aycock was in town ,Sat- .
urday afternoon.S. voter to go to the polls on the day night. Considerate conservatism in banking is to care for
of the election and cast his ballot
A. Alford was in Pensacolaon thus registering his opinion upon Only two more days of the the interests of all trades and ail classes, wbile' catering -

business Friday.J. this important question. It is great reduction sale at ,the storeof : to, favoring or capitalizing none.
not his right alone it his duty. ,
W. Williams mad/a busines ; B. Blake & Co.
I It is for you to say, Mr. Voter, WE DO THIS "
trip. to Vernon Saturday. !whether or not bonds shall be is- Don't fail\ to tell,us about your

Dr. O. B. Tiller was over from sued. Christmas visitors. It will com at our '"shanty" on the corner of Sixth and Railroad

Cottondale Monday night.L. 'Oi .. pliment them, aud help us. Streets, (the intersecting streets to prosperity): BE '\

W. Crow and wife were in Trains Running to Southport.
The Christmas spirit is eVI- WITH US AND WE WILL BE WITH 'You.
town Saturday and Sund, 'y. Last the first trainon
Saturday dent on the streets every day, as
Lee Wells made a business the B. C. & St. A. R. R., madea the'shoppers are out after pres- The '
trip to Campbellton Monday.J. trip through to Southportthus -
dream of ents.
Chipley's 20-year
Williams made a businesstrip connected with the First
being ? Bay by Quite a number of Graceville
to Graceville Thursday.W. .
rail is realized. Selah. people were in town Thursday

Sessoms was over from Saturday morning Jno. E. Ray- night to see the GenterEdwardsCo. National ,:
Bonifay.and spent Saturday.J. burn, Tim O'Lary and .W. H. play "East Lynne.'' ,
Kryder of ;Philadelphia, the fin- "
L. Holmes was, shaking the ancial backers of the road, accom- Pay up your subscription to Bank of
hands of friends here Monday. panied by Senator W. H. Lynnof the Badner; the editor would like

Ed Stokes and wife of Grace- New York came in, and about to have money at Christmas timeas Chipley.

ville, were in town Sunday morn- noon left on the trip over the roadto well as anybody else.

\ ing. Southport, accompanied by A. We would like to publish a list
D. receiver of the road,
1. Attorney L. D, McRae made a and E. N. Dekle, S. A. Alford of all those who visit in Chipley ...,.............. ."....".".........."..................... "
.> during the holidays. Heip ua by ,
business trip to Marianna Satur- Sheriff Allen and T. D. Sales. and ,
telephoning or writing'U8 the ,
," wife. names of those who visit you.' \
ti(, R. H. Callaway of Jacobs is From what we can learn the ,

: visiting his 'brother here this gentlemen from Philadelphiawere The band of the ,Genter-Ed- OUR
much pleased with the wards Co. which is good
'y, week... very a one-
situation, and it is probable that gave a concert on the streets Sat,
': Geo. Myers and wife were up regular trains will be in operation urday afternoon, 'and the music PRESCRIPTIONDEP2
;; \ the still to see the show Friday '
by the first or fifteenth of attracted quite'a large crowd.
night. January. .
A. D. Campbell, who has been Monday was a gala day in Pen- [RTMENT i.
A. D. May of Ebro, was in town
sacola it the occasion of the
looking 'sfter business matters ,receiver of the B.C. &St.A. R. R. ; was
Saturday. !for! the past five years, considering presenting of the silver serviceto : We consider the most important part of our business It. .
the battleship, Forida. PeO-
the adverse circumstancesunder is well stocked with the purest and freshest of drugs and :J i
Sheriff Allen made the trip to which he has labored, de- ple from every section of the
State were' there.Don't chemicals that can be obtained, and it is complete in every:
Southport over the B. C. railroad serves much credit for the suc-
Saturday. cess tie has made with the road; forget Dr. Yates the particular. Our customers may rest assured that any
and now that he has got trains prescription they may bring us, will be accurately and''
I specialist will be in Chipley,
J. C. McLeod made a trip to eye "',.
t Southport over the B. C. railroad I running through to tide-water at McGeachy's drugstore, on the carefully compounded. .
I we believe affairs of the road wiil first Tuesday in January. If J.
Tuesday. you CHIPLBY
take life. S. E. McGeachy
on new need glasses or your eyes need ,
Conrad Scott a piano tuner treatment be sure to come see 36.
from Pensacola has been here Complains of a Dark Night. him that day. Prescription Druggist Phone ,
this week. .
The editor of the Chipley Ver- A special train carrying a

jr W. A. Evans a prosperous dict complains of a dark night; I crowd from east and south Florida -
''i'i farmer near Graceville, was in he ran against an oak tryingto Pensacola
says I to to be present at ;
There shoes Handsome line' of I
are good new
townFriday. s"Uncle" find his home after night's many
\ way the presentation of the $10,000
work trying to get his paper out;' silver service to the battleship but the Star Brand shoes are the goods at the Misses Richardson'sCan

f I circulating Tommy Johnson his friends was I but it is a question with those Florida Monday, passed through best made. Sold in Chipley only match any color of hair.,?:

among who know him best whether he Sunday evening. :by T. L. Wells & Bro. WANTED.
here Frjday. was in Walter Cook's turnip I -Cash paid for baby

W. C. Lockey was up from the patch or whether he was tryingto Frank Brand ot South Boston, i LOST-Sigma Nu FraternityPin Alligators and unhatched e '&'s.

r';; county site and spent Sunday get in his chicken coop. Wal- Va., 'who had come here to closea with Louie D. Carlton's name Can use about 100.-C. E. PLEAS,

here with his family. _. ter has raised some fin Road Isl- deal with L. W. Crow for his engraved on back. Finder bringto Chipley, Fla. ::J

i and Reds this year, and also has mill property near Campbellton .. .. .
Banner office and get reward.
", C. Johnson was up from some fine Cowhorn turnips. We was stricken with apoplexy Sun- ,
", @ and seent the day here don't care to go into details, but day morning at the Chipley Hotel J r Orion Lodge, No. 40,4 I''

Monday. /. leave the public to guess why the and expired in just a few moments Oysters, 35c qt. a F."A. ?
-' "r, ,., 'enator Wt H. Lynn of New editor of the Verdict has a disfigured ,and before medical as- Good Butter, 35c lb. ?
t nose. sistance could be secured. His Regular Communications:
',,i Saturday York was morning.a visitor: in the city WALTER COOK. body was embalmed by Mr. Bananas, lOc doz. each Saturday month.and Fourth Friday night.: : in .

Wickersham of DeFuniak and Cranberries, 20c qt. Visiting Brethern cordially InTtted.
""f: County Solicitor A. D. Carmichael sent to.his Virginia home Mon- W. L. TAYLOR, W., M. a
'' y I/ transacted business at the Question Answered.A day. AT SCHELL'S W W. JONES: ; Sec. r i,
( ,
: County Capitol Saturday. certain dry goods clerk says i I II

he explain the disfigurationof I i
J. W. Brown ot Laurel Hill, can id
Editor Wilson's He.
nose. says d
I J, was shaking hands with friends
he that the turnip
is sure patch j
here Thursday and Friday.
theory is correct; and that even a '
'\ Mack of Wewahitchka, well-versed sober editor can lose
I' was the guest of Mrs. W. D.Campbell his point on the compass enoughto We are not having a >1.

here a day'or two last bow an oak, as well as a com- .
week. mon every-day counter jumper. '
Editor I would ask that you have "
t Bert Davis, who is a student at your compass tested before startin "BIO:: SALE"-
., ;I' 4 "; the State University, came home on another voyage in a tem- ; :

". I', ".,', ',: this week to spend the holidays pestuous turnip patch on a dark I Ii) ,, .. ,.I,
,.> .(;:- with his parents. night. I '

\.:!,. J Mrs. T. J. Watts was stricken .. .HOYX FRYER.'I like some of t other merchants, '; :
";I; ,; with paralysis Tuesday morning

,'f rats this time is in a very pre- Miss Elizabeth Slaughter, who; but we are selling more and better ; '
,;:\\, ," ca cordition. has been trimmer at the Misses t' \ %.
,/,'1' :". I. Richardson's, left for her homein hardware farm etc for .: '
of deFuni-
W E. Graves one Georgia, Saturday. : .
1:. i h.. ak's prominent citizens,wan a:vis- I : :
;:' itor in Chipley Tuesday, and a E.,N. Dekle and S. A. Alford ; les money than any other firm in .
I' t pleasant caller at the Banner of- accompauied the B. C. railroad 1 ,
fice. people, of Philadelphia, 'on their West Florida. ,

,I trip over the road to Southport. ,, ,
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,: Mrs. T. D. Sales spent a por- Saturday.Mr. .
: tion of Saturday at ,Southport, VI
making the trip over the B. C. ,J. D., Campbell, of the Are we selling you what you need ,,'. :;:
: railroad on the first train to go Campbell Dekle Co., tells, us ; '
I, -;: through to that place. \ that of all the sales put ,on at in these lines,? If not, come in' and : '

.; W. W..Gainer, Senior, and Juu- theirstore the one which has been
in at their'store for the let show stock and make
: ior, prominent citizens ot Econ- progress us you our
in Monday past two weeks is the most suc-
Tina section were town
w.l ,. crossing palms with friends,, cessful; that they have been able prices. See? / ,
I you
';. and doing their Christmas ,trad to offer better values and greater ,
bargains, than ever before. Hundreds "
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have taken of
.t', \' advantage
t'l -' Reprssentative R. L. McKeti- the opportunity to make their :

: ...eTwiw up from Panama City purchases during the sale and Company
',l and spent Friday night here. He bus save much money. ,The Fla.A. .
:"j' came to meet the B. C. railroad le does not close until Christas .

i: ) people and make the trip over' night, so you have threeore G. cQUAGGE.. General Manager'.
I the; road to Southport with them, days get'goods at bargain -

:t rday._ p ices at their store.

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