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The Chipley banner
Place of Publication:
Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
June 6, 1912


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

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.'The B. C. & St. A. Railroad There are -some' weeks! when is concerned couldn't writea If you have a bit of news,send it In;. Bargain Counter at the Misres I"I
iHree-line:: i : .local intelligently.We Or that will, send it in Richardson's."
have; made arrangements with news is plentiful, while at other a joke amuse ;I I !
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make latter story true
Tiller', :& Blackwell to run their times it is as hard to locate as an on Phone your grocery orders .to
boat i in connection with the B. C. honest man-a 4-4reallyl truly the strength of the amount of We want An to Incident hear from that's Send, it inl Williams .&. Helton., All, goods / ,.

train'and you can buy through honest man," we m.*an. .Of success attained in the several To the Banner : delivered free. ":., *-./)
tickets from Chipley to any pointon chosen fields of the aforementioned \....
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the bay. 'rounder8n.H .- \. That Bargain Counter at the '
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note, the departure of some
'Going i north this boat will ob Keep. on good; termfe- yith'your Misses Richardson's is attract-
serve' ',the following sched ule.La'av zen to Pensacola, or some other doesn't pay to gr.1ssip'about self, for that's one com' palN"' u. you 'ing a lot of attention. Have you :
Mlllvllle 0:30 a.m. nearby burg, as maybe considers one's neighbors. Let us have v*" .
can never get rid of. seen it.
''Leave Panama City 10:15: a.m. the matter of so little importance only kind thoughts and good: __un _._._....__n "1 _n._______ r' '...
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,Leave Lynn Haven 12:10: a.m.p.m. that he tails to let'it be words for every one, and'be sure : ... ;.... ........, '
.Arrive: Southport 12:30 o.m. known to any one., And of course to lend a helping hand whenever I Z .

Going South, the boat will be too, there are a few among us occasion calls for it. In trying to GILBJB\L T ,; ,
inwaiting on'arrival of train, and who could'ma e us ashamed bf' lighten another's burden, we for-' I.- ,

there" .will'. F.delay.SCARLETT, I ourselves when it comes to get get our own, and the kind, "..... to SKINNER SHARRON.v" -?.. I
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.. gold, but money can drive Promptness is Motto ,
Eye Specialist not. We may be wrong, but in my l.
out lots of misery.
Will be in Chipley at Dr. Wilson's our oppinion these "rounders"would So Let's Have Your Order ,
office the First'Tuesday in July exist in the journalistic The world is too busy to stop l l "l l1NO

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THE BANNER I I An Immense .::
Territory. .
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PUBLJ8BJClJ, KVKBY: THUU8DAY. Speaking in the House of Rep- --- -

AtWA.E.TBM Chtptsy, r.a. resentaives recently in regard to : I
--: Alaska, Representative -
W. JOWBg, Editor.Bnt .

nd at t.he poctofflm at Chipkur.PI., A. Sulzergave some interesting HOT WEATHER HAS .J'I

second- claw mail. matter.SUBSCRIPTION. -a i*I territory statistics:relative to that- great, ARRIVED,: i'

,.. BATES: : lie said in part: "Alaska is
ONE TBAB..... .......... ,..... ....11.00 marvleou.8 a You Need a '
land. Refrigerator
SIX M01lTIUI...... ..... ........ .50 It would make : :
TUBER: MONTJII.2$ 470 states the size of Rhode Island E ;
It has tbe greatest gold and iron : +l 1
AdTertlaln rates luroUbed on application.
and copper and lead and coal and ,

Communications on live tin'deposits' in North We have oust
topics especially America. received: .
of local Interest, are solicited. It :; .nice: ; : :
U understood, however, that the publish. Alaska has 599,446 square mile r. ; ,
of THE BANNER will not be < ;
responsible of "
territory .
y for opinions expressed by correspondent 440 acres of land-and more than the 383645.greatest line of Refrigerators and Ice :::: t :

+I, TTK BANNER wants live representa fishing waters in all the '
live and correspondent at every postoftice ,,'
In the county, and will make liberal 'world teeming with the 1 "
best food "
s rangements with the rljfr&, parties. fish on earth.It : ,Boxes, and they will sold. at.. .. ,:" '}\ _

j is over twice the "I" .

THU UYJuno.6I)1 7 German A----r rrt r\4_*_0-*, [.-mi_..size...A...AM.... of 4-"U'I:'..the*_;;,". ......._.-. .I ..'......... L ____-L w ,. .' .. < .,r...:.,''.-':;';.,,>'('

An exchange pertinently re the size of the State of New York, -I .1 C W a lAi V everYDoay/ >;:J"i3:<:
and has '
marks: "Raise copper to-
cotton and be I
life time slave of the supply a day than Michigan and Arizona From $13.5Oup. '."., .tl'# ,.'
i, ,house. Raise combined. It is one-fifth the size i iq4' '

t stock and have corn money grass in and the of the entire United Ststes; has / .. L. .'. ;,,t.'Y'i,; ; ,

t bank." i paid for itself five times over in Now is the time to get ,oi e. ':..;: iir? :: i

4 money acually collected in Alaska ,. .
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and deposited in the Federal ,. .:
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A widow has, been elected may '- ,.a" "
)!, or of a town in Wyoming on the was purchased -
from Russia for $7.200,000 less ; .
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ground probably, that she would .
[Z be inclined to give careful consideration than 2 cents an acre, and bas produced .

ir.J to all proposals Baltimore in I'old'and silver coin & '
::: Sun. 'alone more than twenty-nine Campbell Dekle Company..

Ir r times what it cost-the cheapest ," .
t" bargain in land in the annals ,
r, It might not' be nice :_- .... .nasa '
very to say U IUC -- -'
.- or very ethical but there is I M -. i
a conviction -
, ,; that if the office of' president [ Arizona has ratified the income Arizona's Innovation. ,;!I You Must Pay Up. 9100 !I
of the United States it. seeking '- tax amendment to give, congers Arizona under tbe t leadership -
Tp whom
the man it is doing it in a verv. tbe DOWer to lay and collect tayP" of her reform'. .xe -l1tu... .._ r.........,....._._ it may concern: I any case of Rail Str>n.a. Ann..,. !
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gum-shoe fashion.-St. Paul Pio on income from whatever source nor Hunt, is setting: the older Having bought the n.nte.s and r dicltls! ,oi FJtulit'f..... U"n ."

'I. neer-Press. derived without apportionmentamong I states an example i in the regener- accounts of the L. W. Ennis' tats G ran < Stricture, Uterine and

r T the several states! and -......... ..... "VOl.. .VILi.: ; : i:3uccess: .41/1A. :,, ,111..hi.. -. ......_.'" .r"....v._ _WI___: _now_ r -- varian Troubles,, Displacements.

A. paper factory: for Pensacola without regard any census or-: efforts. The following is from Ian parties owing said l uest Discharges, Tuberculosis or Blood Pol
now enumeration. Thirty-two states Philadelphia Enquirer's and settle orhwe' --m to call son I fall to cure with my new $5,000
seems an absolute certainty. Arizona ......
b have now ratified [to lit be forced machine now treating: 100 people dally
A new creosote plant the the proposed corresponden .sen. M. and
amendment. u ector to you. All without the knits or medicine.No .
G. railroad, the G.; F. and'A. railroad Three-fourth the from business rail-
these claims must be settled at delay we pay
still states must approve it th u hundred converts in the I
another railroad so road fare and give free examination.Call .
and ............. ---- --- -- .". once. ,
still another railroad two other UlV.C un:: oeeoea to c rlzona aiaic perltenuary tti itv' at once. ELECT KU-KAWIU uu.106Ji .
factories. Oh, it's too tiresome ,adoption. Will Ftor' use ita rence have organized a law and I' CmPLEV FURNITURIS Co. I. Dauphin ,St. Mobile, Alabama.
to them order league' the constitution of 'I
enumerate the things! that will ,e be one ofTw
put Pensacola in which sets forth belief in prison
a conspicuous !
f place in the front _, reforms, and names the purpose I. I I
,__L ... rank.*-Pensa- P Inn.tre.t ane1 fnrtvt""nI .. .,_, 1._ 4.1.._ _____..!__ _rc._....__ ___ ___ __
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cOla ascwaNew UI;; LOll;; PIVUlVUVU "1 UCLLcr murals -
..sons were killed and 4,706 and the abolishment crime. Tile Jfremium List,. 01

were injured in train accidentsin The membership includes 96 per .

billton York fi City'one tbe United States during the cent of the prisoners who above The Inter-State.'Fair .

; eight bu ..ota debt is quarter euded December 31, their signature have agreed: to observe -

1911, according to bulletin No. 42, tbe following rules
and fy-seven:; million t ;, seven : Pensacola Florida,
issued by the interstate !com- 'To
red eleven thousanden try each day to do some
hundred mrece commission. This is a decrease good deed .: ,
eighteen dolts SEASON 1912
,. which is twenty million dollars of six in number killed 'To set aside from each daya \ ,- -.

more than the total public and an increase of 977 in number certain time for the study of Will be for distribution

debt of the United States. A injured, as compared with the pure and noble thoughs. ready ,

of this corresponding quartee of 1910 %l "ro assist each other in all -
part debt began to be Pil- about '
ed up in the days ot the Tweed Tbe new United States census matters of grievance. on or .

ring, and a part is for legitimate 'To assist the officers in the .
the number of males of voting I
public improvements, like tunnel age in the country to be 26- discharge of their daily duties. June 10th
transportation etc.Harper's t 999,151, as compared with 21,134- 'To avoid and prevent disord-
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.. erly conduct. .
299 in the year 1900. Everyone desiring a copy should
r: .. .. '"To refrain.from profane lan I
Weekly: "Who is

digs yere Roosevelt anyhow, Rastusr" Some Startling Comparisons. guage.. communicate with .;1
I 'Tnsnort- __' ____ plrh___u _' t6cr..._.. "_sees.:."' _
asked Mrs.Rastus.UDat am Commenting on an article in the weak, and do all in ;
all dependent.Dinah," said Rastus'on tht.American, Grocer to tbe effect uplift the principles our of prison powerto N. J. LILLARD, !
wbar he is. Down in de
that the amount of
money reform and the policies of ournew
south he's Ander Jackson; up' in the United States for alcoholic state.' Secretary and General. Manager. :
r de no'th he's Abraham I I
Llnotn an'
beverages in 1911 was $1,568 470, ,
out in de west he's Dan'l Boone 514the Philadelphia Ledger pro- The Inter-State: ]?air .Asso.
an' Davy Crockett." "Ah wondar ceeds to speculate on the possible If you are not open to convic- .

who'll he be when he gits to'bedben alternative use for such a vast tion, it's only because you fear

Kastus?" "Id n'no Dinah conviction of error. I II
sum., It points out that in 1911 '
an dun'no't! Ah'spects dey'll hab our entire pension bill was $157,

to leaebe dat to a co't ob arbitra- 325,160f or only about one-tenth .,. ...

tion." of the sum speiit for liquor The- ;UyaOS\! j "

-- total amount expended by the 1 .

DELICATE CHILDRENMade .government pensions since
tbe close of the Civil War is not HANDSOME BED ROOM SETS '

Strongby; Vfnol three times the sum of the:! drink .. : !
"I wh I could Induce every mother '
who has a delicate, sickly child, to I bill of the country for one year.
fry your delicious cod liver Iron tonic : Last year the people of this country [( Iron Beds and separate bureaus we are making ,
VInol. .
spent one and one-half timesas I.
"It restored our Jlttle daughter to a specialty of this. week., ,
'health and strength after everything much for drink- as is the entire -
else had failed. It tastes so good she national as the cost One of our dainty White Enamel or Oak
loved to take It-not a bit of cod liver '
of the Panama Canal is Suits for
l concerned ypur
spare room is what the
oil taste.-Mr*. C. W. Stump, Canton. fastidious
Ohio. it could be dug nearly three '
The reason VInol Is BO successful times over'for' what Americanspay Y housewife likes. after housecleaning- is.'i: oyer",;,:,

In building up puny, delicate ailing for liquor in the, country for + when, she can buy 'at.. such figures as $6Oor; / -
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children Is because It Is a combination one year. -
of the two most''world'famed ton- set of White Enamel and $2S for
Afetr making these compari; 1 fp set of ;Gold. .
.Ice-tbe medicinal body-building elements I .: '

sons the Ledger remarks: en Oak Bed Room
of cod liver oil aided by the "This is not a temperance argument Furniture. .*. [;
blood-making and strengthcreatingproperties
of tonic Iron. but merely-a statement of I

It 'We can Induce you to try a bottleof fact; but any one who pauses. to Chipley Furniture
VInol M a body-builder and consider must be impressed by Company:, : .
strength-creator for your child and cost ot our beverages in comparison -
yon do not find it U all we claim we to the money,we appropriate Railroad Street Chipley. Fla.
',will return your'money on demand. for public utilities and t philanthropic '
S. B.; ,McGeachv.:Chipley, Fla. purposes."

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Method of Locomotion H*. -
Barber I'
, Little Favor In That BALE PERACRE"

Shop.No I. In.:; China, where Country.-gasolene costs 30 heard that often of recent years and; ,

cents a gallon, the automobile is hear it more often each season from now

Waiting. making progress slowlj, but as mod- : \
em ideas are rapidly becoming more 11
3 'Barbers 3 prevalent as indicated by the recent. you making it? Can you make it? -

: ;t, J demands for. a' progressive govern people are doing it and we know you can, -' t

.1';'Jy[; Everything, Up-to-Now.: change.ment, this condition is likely to i will. .' "I'I' ;'

1>,. ":'.''-Shave, '. .. .T... 1.5 c. The chief difficulty is the narrowness little' better seed-a few inches ,deeper .;.
:4; ; fl.iircutting-, ..., ..'25c. of village streets and the small -=a little more care in cultivation';:and- ;
"*' Shampoo, . .u. ....t25e.Masviffe .. .
..r.'...... 25c. number of good country roads.. In 800 pounds/per acre of V .,'
\(1.,) HAlr i Singe ... .. 2Sc. and about, the, large cities, however, "
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.; We S licit Your Patronage., the At streets Tientsin are often there excellent.are twelve cars, : Armour Fertilizer :V ',, '
?:,.. Very Respectfully, three being owned by Chinamen..The

W. D. Peters, Propr. ,streets of the foreign section: are '.
8fe broad. level and excellently macadamized by the Inter-Cultural Method. ,
while a splended boulevard 1
HUGH; FABRIOR, encircles! the native city Pekin also t's easy-and certainly very profitable. '

I p'';:;. DENTIST. has a dozen cars which are used. on right now that you will make it..:

her wide, well-kept streets. be dealer
-w**:... sure your gives you Armour. .
Crow".and; : Bridge Work a Specialty. Tsingtau-has about sixty miles of "

ALL WORK GUARANTEED. splendid roads running, along the "

Office i over Chipley State Bank. ocean front and into the mountains It
near by, affording one of the finest i Agent. jChipley

.J The! New York Worlc1 spots in the world for automobiling. : I

'"!"' ihrice 'n spite of this :fact there are but six. V ,o)Fla. ; ,: ,
p:J" -a-week Eeditioa. automobiles.The "

f{ 'hrICf- : roads in the vicinity of Nan '"
{ week World hopes to be : FERTILIZER 'WORKS"j-"j
kin China
are exceptionally good
Iti l9O8ii\ better,paper tbau It has ever
been .before and It has mado Its arrangements Condition for automobiling, and JACKSONVILLE FLA.
accordingly. Its news service' cove there .are only two automobiles ,
ere the entire globe, and It reports everything owned by residents, these being the' !
fully, promptly and accurately. It property of Chinese.-Country Life i',
la the only paper not a dally, which la as
Bond us u dully, and \vlilch will keep YOU is America. -- -,
completely Informed of what Is happening i
throughout the world. WQLLESLEY' SCORES. QLJHAE2 MACHINERY CO. _.. _.__ -
The Thrlce'l\ week World Is fair In Its 43. E. Bay Street
political reports. You can get the truth "Well, 111 tell you this," 'said'.thecollege. JACKSONVIL.L FV LOR IDA. .
q i fromIts columns whether you are a ReI man, "Wellesley is a match f
publican or Democrat and that I It? what I Largest stock of Machinery'
:avant. factory 'in Florida for mills' and
you saw
"That's true assented the
A special feature of the Thrlce-a-weck quite '
World has always been Its serial fiction girl. "At Wellesley we make' the> planing mills.EARQUHAR. .

ItpuMlshcs novels bv the best authors In \heads, but we get the sticks from MACHINERYhas

the world,'noses whlcn In book form nell :T ar\'n"l1.t.ippill,:ott'L been built for' 57 years; .
for M.BO apiece, and Its high standard In ,
this respect will bit maintained In the future >< more built today than any oth- '
Whert3'ouroblld I" whooping cough be,
as In the past.!! er. Let us tell you why.
art-nil to keep tbe cough loose and CXplOUtratloo
The Thrlce-aiweek World's regular: ear ,by giving' Chamberlain'sCough Send for catalog and'price. .
subscription price Is only $1.00 per year
a.. be required. This .
Remedy may
and this pays for ir 0 papers. We offer :i:1:
remedy will also liquify the tough mucus
'thld uoequallpd newspaper and The Han L. tEKLE ; 1" ')
It him M. F. M. GOLSON. !
and make it easier to expectorate I
or together for one year for 11.05.\ The Vlen-Predldeut Cashier. 'nf'.t) ,I: :
been used successfully many .epidemic
regular subscription price of the two ;:f
and !. safe and sure For. salfit>y-All :
Is K 00.tie .Dealers. \. dealers"A !National Bank.. ,' j.

'f.E.tie i MARI1tNNA.; FLA. _. \:

to writo tat our-copU (mUnlletter befo.,apyhiiT Capital, $50.000.00:
[> fir ;T-xtontj; It may bo worth money. VV"A
We) prompt,'r oUUlu U. fcf. and ForeignPATENTS Account of Banks Corporations, Firms ana, Individuals. ',:S.'"

years experience in the banking business enables us to,, offer
and TRADE MARKS or eturn ENTIRE -| !! facilities of any bank in West Florida., We also have a
atUjrnoy (eo. bend moilcliketrr Savings Department I rn\ which we pay irterest deposits. Ac ..
or photo and wo send an UMMEOIA1EFREE ( ; handled as easily a* by personal interview. .. .
the boat legal report serv'.od on: pu.tcn and advice, and!our I ,Send, us'your business ""-- .
charge are moderate. Try us. F. M. GOLSON; Cashier --.r

SWIFT Be CO., < ,/,r
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LIII' ', \\ ill be allied you almost daily by business men seeking your N
t ; \ | i qualilv-'tuVo tho :Ora\.1 hon Training-and show ambition torts?.
F!: s. -iMX OIlN AT mg fixersi l : :EItS: Indorse BRA UCiItC.N'S Colleges than Indorse nIt other brl.l-;
"; :rlf AFlr.E'.Erlf QIl-A.A ). 48 College. in 18 States. International jepututlou.
ON.cymwnd :, Priintaiwhin. F..IIH.11I",111,11'. jlrlthmcUe. Letter Writing Ilt.lnesa
111.4' OOKJV UOIV ?JI'CJY tniuci/ci. Cucxl! rOSil JOW3CUAKAMEfcUunderrauuiniiblecoi.bitiii: : ..
Bookkeeper a:. Home Study. Thousands of tititkca:/"
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C'.ntsUttle-meka biff money SlmphgJ iv.rrn --- say that JDraugrhon's ins, bookkeepers, and stenographers '
1' teat tunr.lnlt IT'S *U IH THE UYlOR '
the result d :
1 ftttad with I wire Cable drl ., stoat attach- Bookkeeping saves them holding good positions as
n eta and nJjuHtabl. Idler Improved eanl... SAME SOUND HEARD TWICE. cent In work and worry. taking Draughon's. Home StuOy.: "
L king dmrlmi 1* milch acting and a time. laver. Practically tl! U. S. offit CATALOGUE. For prices on leers.} I ,
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1 i U. in alt rtn-.1.| ...I.>portable,,_;...."0.and...hlnf atationarr.argot I.*uehlM. ..*** to hear the' write the System.of DY fifAIL write JNO. }'. a.AVGlil', r
... tea Is it possible same &aahvlih..Tenn. ., '
l '. wooa.., >, I II. end Jo foundry work Wilto Colleges teach, President I'"' : (:. '
I"Nkiluy & 1..oI'.lren'VClkl.. In 19. Mici ... sound twice over? It would seem so they know it !s the b st. alogue on course ATCOL EC E1i t
from the experience of a manufao PItACTICALDTSrNRSS'COL-:(: .r; '

.._ turer in Trenton, :New Jersey, as re. ..Fla.. or Atlanta, G a.,o. MotiJtIIl e 9o.tta'. e. ...;.....-II .'
We promptly ct'niiif: $ ami torclgn 4
toted in the Telephone Review. He \

r had been talking by telephone with OF FLORIDA. Florida State College For Women ,
from ,
A some one at the factory a point TALLAHASSEE' '
when the famil-
several miles away, Institution for Cottage erf Am- and Science Normal School.
-J.5n,1, model..."to,'. rr 1"1 nto d IIIT.r.CloD for iar whistle blew for one o'clock. It Young Men. I School" Munlc.School of Art School o< Espre: >
tree report 01\ 'e.t.HIfY. For foe book sta1kn sloe.School of Horn EconO lk.. ..
How CO Eec'1r It I came to him very distinctly, lasting experiment t First claM equipment thruuehout. Tuitionfree. -
wre and awliU-
Pacent.wnrt 15114.?EIfKi I< KS about five seconds, and he.had hung [ lncn prolunMim.., in attendance,, .. last. aitdreca.. .OU."peIUIeI very low. For tarUTaoatb'D 4;.
building and eam For
up the receiver when to his amazement A. A. MURPIIREE. Pr !sMent. EDWAIO CONCADI, Prnldtnl. ,

the same hound came to him) -

through the slower medium of the 'l"'
o 00' 0
is ot
Opposite U. S. Patent Office air. Of course the possibility *
t WASHINGTON D.C. vious enough, but to most of us' it "

--- ---- ?..u.,!! fw u"> one of-- those- things- that wo : Printing :

never thought of before.MANCOCGH.3ANimttfc.AK8. .

NOT ,PUNISHMENT...:..-. I : I Creates a good! impression "
: UP.r1.:
Friend :
-CfapiiaL -
Artist-What? AJrer a frightful ooushlng spell a mn. .lajenah. among your correspondents :
la hJ side
terrible palo -
1riend=,= 'kat'.they are going tot and his. WU doctor. felt found two ribs had beq and helps tQ give your business : )
t: -V }y': <,r. gt4rur.COLLEGE; bpkea.Wbatsg y 1)r.covert' KIIIIC'. D .. '

WORK. spoonful would ends a baTe late saved cough bim.while A- few pee tea.a. : prestige. .. ,

--.. teat use rout. obstinate cou bs, expels Neat .
week sore lungs, : Printing : -
beats l
"I colds or
hear ,
your son la doing brilliant stubborn Godsend to humanity i i"f-.
Ita a .
fedl l lure .
work in college'.' 161 wrlt .Jlra.. $f. Morton, Columbia, ..Mo.htorLbelleye Prices.. "
"Well, I guess. His brilliant man- 1 weuld, have consumption to .

ogement of the,football;' team cleared 1 bad not used this and great. remed.r'can get," Banner; ,-J6b; Office .
n-100 on thee and he has ltltol"-.raot.ee4 to, you .
the Glee on now .. tree" trial boUoe or DO cents or '1.00 size at . .
club on.:tour to paying buaialonjr 1& .

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England Not Very Long Ago Bach-
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cIa. Dtr.ea r1. Slots l Contributed to the Revenu.
H. Ii:.Church.8outlt.Preacltlnl.r'.t
and Srd a. m. and f p. m. ef the Country. headache biliousness, Indigestion JOB.P
L. H.ChappeBI. Pastor. -
Sabbatb School 10 a. m. W. N. Sheets. Thia is leap year, but the meaning rheumatism

i'F Superintendent.Prayer Meeting Thursday DIKI1 t.a. la not ao vital now as it once traa. pimples blotches yellow : .
Young Hen's prayer meeting Tae.d., For instance, says the Kansas City complexion ctc., are all
nlthts. Everybody cordially '
Star, in England in the old days signs of pc sons In your

Baptist Church-Preaching every 'Dd there vas taxation for the man Who blood. These poisons I

and Sabbath 4th. Hnndav.School IO Batrpastor.a. m., P. C. llawkSqperlntaaeeni. :. avoided marriage, either from choiceor should be driven out or

necessity. serious illness may result .,t.'

Prayer UeetlnK Wednesday nights. In Sir.John Sinclair's "History of To get rid of them use :, '. : :. '" .:...
of the Public Revenue of the British .. .; 'i '
.' Jt ..
s1' .
..... lew Dlrc *rv < iVf .J'
Empire" we find that in the time of '
hi Office hours7:30a. m. to 7:00 i> m.; eeept Creates a good impres, '
Bandars. William III (1644-1702)),taxes were Thedford's'BlackDraughtthe \'- '

Bast-bound mall closes at 10:20 a.m imposed on marriages,burials,births sion" among your correspondents .' = ,
West-bound will close at $:10 p.m. ,
bachelors and widowers. Table of
Mall from Vernon a.rrl.e. at 10 a and helps. '
and leaves on arrival of the east boundmail. the rates imposed on different classes +

are given, showing that a duke, for J to give your business : ,
Sunday hours: 11:30 m., to 12:30 p. m,
Money Orden Issued at all hour when the privilege of remaining unmarried I .
office Is open except Sundays.J was required to pay an annual I old, reliable purely prestige.

P SCUEL.L P. M tax of 12 Us ($61.08) ; a marquis vegetable liver medicine.

paid 10 Is ($48.94)) ; an earl, '
o.r c.C 1.1 11s ($36.73)) ; a viscount, ;t6 6s i Mrs. J. H. Easier, of
...... Atlanta
and Semi-weekly
J Journal B. per year$1.7i.BA.HVKB ($30.66) ; a baron, 5 Is ($24.59) ; ; Spartanburg: S. C, says:

and Thrice ..week New York a baronet and Knight of the Bath, t "I had sick headache, for We no Neat PrintingAt

World per year 11.M. 3 16s_ ($18.45)) ;.a knight bachclo: years. I felt bad, most of ,

BAH...and Semt-weekly TimesI'nn t:3:: 11s (12.38 ; the king's eer- me nme, i mea 'I ineo Reasonable

and Citizen per year, tl.40. .I geant-a -law, 5 Is ($24.59)) ; other ford's Black-Draught, and Prices.
BAJiKBBand Uome and Farm per year now I feel better than
11.15 I aergeants-at-law, ;t3 16a ($18,45) ; when I was 16 old."

esquires, 1 6s ($6.31) ; gentlemen, Your druggist sells years it, in .

General .Directory.STATE 6s ($1.44)) ; doctors of divinity, law 25 cent packages .. .J" ..
and physic, 1 6s ($6.31) ; personsof .

OKKICIA LS. 250 ($1,217)) per annum, or 'insist on Thedford's Give us your next-,order. :,i '
Governor-Alber W.Gllebrist.t "' -"
600 ($2,922); personal estate, 6s
t Secretary of SUU-U. Clay Crawford ($1.44)) ; persons not otherwise and we will give you perfect .

Attorney General. Park Trammell. charged, 2s ($0.48)). The aggregate satisfaction, thus '
Ii:. lIcLln.
Agriculture revenue derived from this source was

Treasurer-Wm V. Knotfc.Snpt. an average of 51,618 ($251,380)per OUT OF HER LINE. making you one of our .

Public Instruction-. M Hollo- annum, which was an importantitem ,
way.. at a time when the revenue of The horny-handed son of toil who regular customers.' '

Comptroller C. Croom.ttapreme had just inherited a fortune went to '
the kingdom was only about five and .
Court-Thos. M. Sbackleford. manicure. v
tee a
a half millions ($27,500,000)
Chief Justices II. H. Mabrv.Cler, *. per.
"Can do :'. :
you anything with these, ... -
Railroad Comml..foD-R. Hudson Burr "
='j) ma'am? he asked, exhibiting his "r "
Chairman; B. C. Dunn Clerk. ... .. .. ', ,,\ .
1I IH Wll kiiWWil wet nO I 1 tug. u. hands. ,'
Judge first judicial circuit-.,. Emmett .
case of rheumatism tn ten requires any THE
Tea, ahshe said, "after you'regone :
Wolfe. Pensaeola. Internal treatment whatever. All that Is \ : ;
State Solicitor first.judicial circuitI -C. needed Is a free application of Ubamberlam's to a surgeon and had those :r. : ,, -

.. Wilson. Liniment and maaiiHKii the parts at cracks .sewed up. I don't meddle ,.. ...... ... ..,. ... ..... ... ,
each application. Try it mid see bow quickly with jobs that belong to the regular BAINNfcK
It will relieve the pain and soreness. practitioners." LUIPLt.X
Sold by-All Dealers.SAW .
8.Chubb Register Gainesville, Fla.
,. Shield Warren. Receiver Gainesville. -- HER FAULT.
"It I have a fault" said Mr. Hen- ,
Shifting of Position Resulted In Com peck, ."it is that -"
Clerk-W. C. Locke, Vernon.
fort for '
Three Out of Four
"If you have 'a' fault?" Mrs. Henpeck
County Judge-L A. Hutchison Vernon. Parties Concerned. -
Sheriff-U. G. Allen Chi play. broke in. Ha, ha I Excuse me

T..euurer-U. B. Tllier. Vernon. Every one smiled as they enteredthe for laughing. If I have a fault it is
fax Assessor-J.J. Williams Chipley.t .
Tax Collector-W. B. Gainer Kcontana.Snpt. !: train. The grandmother was so that I sometimes permit my sense High Class Saw Mill
of humor to the better Machinery.
i, Public lo.LrueLlon-B.11' Gainer, tout and the granddaughter a childof get of me. .

Wautau. twelve, so slim and unusually talL We carry at our new warehouse 408
supervisor of RegistrationJ.. M. In no instance was there a place with A sprained ankle may as n rule be curedIn and 410 East Bay St., a large stock of
Simmons Oreenhead. nom three to four days by applying Portable and Stationary Engines; LCKcomotlve
'Coast. I'ollelSOrA. D. Carmichael, two eats vacant. The best they could Bbaratarlaln's Liniment and observing the and Horizontal Return Flue
Cblpley.Couolr. do was each to sit in a half section direction with eacS bolt'e. For sale by- Boilers; Saw-Mills Planer, Kdgers
., Saws, Belting and Mill Supplies also
with some one else. The grand. All Dealers.
1 -- Huneo.-Tho. Collins, Caryvllle engine and sawmill repairs. We also
Fla.County/ mother plumped down beside a fat handle the celebrated line of HUST-

Commissioners: man, to the immense discomfort of THE SUCCESSFUL MAN. 'JLEK TAYLOR VANCE. AMRER-
J.T. Vernon. #,1If" ICAN and DELOACH Saw Mill.
Ulghtower.Chairman x>tb. The granddaughter, slim asa -

A. C. Gilbert Chipley. sapling, found a seat with an un- I notice that most successful men SOUTHERN Engines and Boilers PERKINS ERIE Shingle LEFFEL Mill Machinery.TAYLIR'and Special -

S. U. Davis,Wausan. derstudy for the Human Skeleton.She are those whose minds are always Stave Machinery for Turpentine.Plants.
J. H. Porter MillvllleU. Large stock carried for immediate Get before
our prices
looked around and her cool, who, no matter how swift the Shipirfent. buying. .
f. Gunn.Santa Rosa. We can save you money. A postal will bring our Traveler. S .
School Board: grandmother rapidly becoming apo- movements of their bodies, are able Write for literature covering your special requirements.

G. B. Bush.Chairman Orange Hill plectic. At the same time she saw to deliberate coolly and to produce JVlolslby Machinery Co.
S. J.Gainer St. Andrew.W. way out of the difficulty. Crossing calm, sober judgment even under
4O8 Q 410 E. Moy St.Dlmtetno. Jacksonville, Florldc
F. Ro....Vernon.
the aisle, she grasped her relative disturbing circumstances. It is not Long ; Telephone No. 674.Here's ,
firmly by the two hands and tugged the man who reaches the corners first

Mayor CHIPLEY-A. D.Campbell.CITY OFFICIALS.! ,t her valorously. "Here, grandma," who wins, but the man who knows

Marshal-John Roberta. the said in her high, young voice; exactly what he is going to do when

Clerk and Treasurer. W. Cook. rou sit with him-he's thin. (She he reaches the corner.-Governor a Good Slogan for

Council-A. D. Carmichael, chairman indicated the unfortunate youth who Charles E. Hughes.
C. B.Dunn,J. U.McGraehy, C. E. Tbarp had been her :
seat mate. "I'llsit
own )
and Better Business.
W. O. Buller. Jr.Et I a Bigger
with him (she indicated the fat RULE ENFORCED.

man, who was slowly regaining his ...i.................... t
normal size as grandma's bulk was Why can't I bring my dog in ..

The Banner removed) because I'm thin. And this car? I know dogs are allowedon DON'T' BLOCK THE WAY i t. ,
we'll all be more comfortable." And cars. a.. .

they were, except possibly grandma's "It's the law against eTpectora- I Move as fast aa the procession-or move'out." Take tbe

newest neighbor.THE ion, sir. You see, yours is a Spitz .
Chipley, Fla. log." pace of tbe company you are In or make way for tbe man _


Studs for tile lIpbaiJ4laS'.fChipley
We take just pride in our present The Awful use or Injuries on a Fourth of Don't stand-in- the way of new ideas Don't pause iq the
c enterprise and achievements, but we July taggers humanity Set over against ithowever '
I may believe that the commerce of la toe wonderful heating, brIuckleo'e path of better ayntem. Don't settle" down on tbe ladder" r,

the future will,as far exceed that of Arnica Salve, of thousands, wboaufl'ored MUCCCMM. Don't he a barnacle on the ship of pregress.
Washington County. from burns, cuts, broil lee, bullet I
the present as the varied production, wounds or explolslons. Us the quick bftal. .' ,'

Xnd Florida] the vast extent of commercial exchanges I er of bolls, ulcers, ccxema, gore lips or piles Cbaage'raeant progre PrOgre K'mean advancement
and the means of communication 23ot at S.,1C, McO"ncby. .
of today, transcend the hopes L_ ... Advancement means movement. MOVE. !
ISr Subscription, $1 Per Year. and even the dreams of Washington. 6O YEARS'EXPERIENCE '

Governor Charles E. Hnehea. ...............

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We make a Specially E:1Dd11UNT': OR K1CHGIBL _

,A. Often the hunt for a rlob wife end. when --- .
Neat, the mss meet a woman that use Electric .
t Bitten. Her strong nerve tell In a bright TftADI: INaags L. JONES AD. CAUMICHAEL ,

Artistic brain and even temper. Her peach bloom Dntcne ,
w complexion and ruby lip result from her Aaron.."dl".a.k. .I..h Cotwnla/ Att.ort"'fMM..y. "0. Notary Public Stats at Large Attorney I Commercial Printing blood her Might from restful Qnlokly iuo.rtnlii. "".o.'hlln"[ [frN w/iatA.r.e a 8peoblt,. i;
pure ; eyes Invention I'n" ( .,,..._ ;
deep; her elastic step from firm, freemueoek *Uofi."pit'.r ntrlctlT. ljI .I.a ,' __.,__ All business entrusted to J jhiptey: | FhbDJ..1oN
all telling of the health and S KJ5oil.-it--iVo' ..." =,, i
UMitial notlctt Ithoat ob.ry.,la tr. my care will have my prompt ,. "
strength Electric: Bitter give a woman and
% The Banner the, freedom from Indigestion Scientific nm rkal. attention, Fee reasonable. -

Alnttag and dlszy spell they IiIn.tnl.d "H", .. [ -
a I UuS of any.ol.ntlap. pmrqy 'i Can be found at Pott Office, t I I
EvMJ'W'laere) they are woman' art fn.rmonth.l.. .tIpuflpl I
medy.,If week or ailing try baCk&Cbl"j & CO =, 1 iI';;

y ...... J CWrey, fla.d..J. B. S.'-MoGeaoby.,, -- BruQ C) IMo-. _r..."'......... tiVfssusau,1loi'ida- I'll IT LEV, FLATS, '. :

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,.'J'T:.;' -.1.,{'I. Inwr I 1r.: 11 the back of her neck. She was a WHY IT SUCCEDS: .Q 4ii.QO.OG0 .....C"'J
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1. little girl no longer; Claribel had )

.. just passed her fifteenth birthday iBecause It's for One
Thing! Only
l .6ve':' when she hed with the "noble ,
S eloped
.. and
Obipley People Appreciate
'. ... lord. Yes; it was time for Daisy
: >\j't ;: 'tf.,:, This. IS Wire-Fence.--I -
'J"r. Grace's destiny, too, to be fulfilled.
Nothing can be good for
'I everything.
:.' Rude: The first time she saw him he was
," ,! ; \ Doing one thing well brings a iacces.Dean's ,
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) ".> .. standing on the corner below the Pills
Kidney are for one "
'Jf'r.5.,,'"" high' school waiting for a car. He thing' only. DI----t.--l..r- "

keni 'd'I. crag very hill: and vorv noble. Holiol For weak or disordered kidneys. ': FEP s e
: < : r.---' ">prr 1,1..i'V .,....< ;v"/l M 1 11 -'1I; Here is reliable. evidence of their O \
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.(Ii 1' ,, sad mouth. He lOOked aown at worth. ti--' ''
:" 'J "" Daisy Grace with a grave, penetrating P. F. Pelt, BonifaV, Fla., 'says' "I 1' ..JC: : y4S'

: & en Daisy Grace! McGuire had gaze and her foolish little heart consider it a pleasure* to confirm the : ,; 11 .. \. ,.. : -
'J" .Wpassher fifteenth birthday she felt ; public statement I gave three years "";. '11 --- -.--. _;; -- .
pounded like a triphammer, as she 4... [ \
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'' ago recommending Doan't Kidney -- -- ..J. -
'l ltliat'xafter :
the 'manner
of t
gave him one long, shy glance from \\
=: Pills. The benegt this remedy brot; 1i'.L-
goldeia haired heroines '
her blue Then her lashes :
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eyes. in family at that time has been r
; :: :where ,marvelous, paper-coTered ca. in the most approved Clan my ", ''I =:::t: _

: dropped permanent. Dean's Kidney Pills brot .....-....... ---.., .. .. ,,. . ..
>tl:;\reeri she had. punned with breathless bel manner, for had she not earnestly relief\ from pains In the back and other ..... .. .... .--- --'-"- .. .- -

>. interest, the time was drawing near practiced this preliminary before distressing symptoms of kidney com o .. _

.', when'"'she must surely "meet her her mirror against the time of her plaint. This remedy made a marked Just a word Farmers and Fence Builders '
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fate.? .
'r', ; need ? Then she walked slowly on. improvement in health and. thoroughly

;,:. jfr k j j-jlf(Daisy Qrace had been a :normal, To her intense disappointment, he convinced us of its merits."

'; |everyday, outdoor girl, she neverfwoiiia''have i neither spoke .nor hurried after her, For sale by all deniers Price 50 : Having made a deal for Ten Car Loads :

',' | stopped to consider I Clarinet's lord had done but cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo,
as ;
{"whether' or not there was any such Daisy comforted herself with the reflection New York, sole agents- for the United : of the Best American Steel Wire Fence, we :

tiling as "mooting her fate." But States.
that perhaps he had been
P' foir;the: last two years Daisy Grace "struck dumb at sight of her radi- Remember the name-Doan's. -and 0 are in position to make you better prices 0I

.!had'! assiduously cultivated' the soci ant beauty. She recalled one novel take no other., : than I -ever .

':' '.' ety/of "Bonnybel, the Beautiful MillHandl' where some such thing had hap- HIS BUSINESS $

!: "Dimpled Dotty, the DepuTy'sT pened. e e
Be sure see us before buying wire
: Darling, and countless other Two days later she again saw himon

1l1-starred damsels who1 had been, the.same, comer. Daisy Grace : elsewhere. It means money saved. ::
figuratively-speaking, knocked down passed by in a flutter. This time ,

and 'eat upon by that same relentless she gave him a tiny little smile of I I II Ie 'i1 '

'I''I'i': 'fate.There encouragement. He did not returnit I

.'; ; !ore she felt that somewhere but looked at her so intently that, I : Chipley Hdw. Co. :

A.i:l13ri;, the wide, wide world the sad according to Claribel, "she felt herself Ie

,.,::.r 2 s\; sweetness of "a love more bitter than being drawn toward him on I 0 &4l&. 4lI) ...........e'1

utk|death"_ awaited her. She felt that love's mysterious tide." Beyond ( I __ __ ___ '__n_-_ ___ .

JN; ',s yould .dare all "forlove's dearsake that one look, he made no sign, and, ,
,,J.; ," and she longed for the day to somewhat anxious, Daisy Grace hur 4-A\O NOTICE FOR PUHLICATION. NEW -
.: come when she. should "read life'smeaning" 'rigid home to consult Claribel. | U. S. Lund Olllcit at Jnlnrsvlllo,Interior Klorldu. I WWWWWBarber

", L. in 'her"lover's eyes. She found, that "he could not-yet 4ct': ,,,,, I| May. 1012
'ru Notice l III hereby ulven that .John b. A.
:, '' But of all the paper-novel heroines I realize the glory of his new-found { Unrlwln or tSc'xtnn Klorldn, who.'on 'July
r_ 37, 1010 made 1I0mpltf'ud 'I:ntry, Serial Shop.
by ; Claribel love and this did
: : Daisy Grace, explanation j No. 07131, for R>f of NW# and HX: of
..jt: first. She had made Clan much to comfort her. I HWf Sfictlon 2. Township 1 north, Range 0dwwwwrwwWrll h
} j 1 bel's j was a saw 1 notice of Intention to mako Hnal, Com
::-t $ Dimpled and neither Bon. idol again. The car had stopped at The City Boy-Me bruder is de mutation land above prour described, to establish before'claim the to tho T. H. CALLAHAN Propr.I .

4t', &;* 'nybelgnor, > Dotty, nor any. the corner and he and another man man wot does de dirty work fer de Jndga. at Vernnn,' t'lorldu, on tbe County 13tbdnv
fI,:? ",. boarding it. Grace of Jnue, l'J12. have just opened a barber
just Daisy
''' ., were city administration.
"' I wltnAAlI'sVl1Is
.. .J "--' was desperate. If he did not know Country Boy-You don't i Taylor, John l'eiti, J. \V. Pippin, J. \A.j. shop in the Dekle old building, on
say Taylor, all of iSexton Florida.! west of :First Nat. Bank
corner ,
lived about ,
where she or anything
.. The City Boy-Yeaj he's got Henry S: Chubb..
? her, how could he "pour out his charge of de street cleaning depart- Ed fee paid Register. and will appreciate a share of

his heart to her?" She had ten ment. NOTICE FOR, PUHLIOATION. I your barbering trade. -Iguarantee -.

..' cents in her little chain puree. Quick I Department of the Interior, to give you satisfaction -
as a flash she ran up the car steps BUSINESS ROMANCE. U. H. Land onice at Ualneavllln, Florida
I May 11, 1\112 Shove tOc.
after him, and sank 'into the seat Notice U hereby Klven that Richard
behind him, just as the conductor "What will be the outcome' with Davis or Eeonllna: Florida! who, on Augusta HairCut 26e.

rang the bell, He had not seen her, that couple?" No. OTaas.1910: for made:N VVJi homestead hectloii Township Entry Serial

and was talking busily to the other "I think it will depend on his in- 1 north Mange 13 west Talhiliusseo MBI .
rldlun. has tiled notice of Intention to .
man. Daisy Grace strained her ears I come. .. !, make Final Commutation Proof to establish R. F. SCARLETT
claim. the land
to hear his beloved Toice. : to above described, ,
before the County Judge at Vernon,
"I tell you, Walters," said her WE DO Florida! on tho 20th day of June, 1013, Notary Public:
'. Claimant names us witnesses: L. C.
unadorer, "I think the ..way some Carter. William Wells, VLow, John
mothers bring up their girls is an P'lr'E'r'l'ImlUMDS Itarrett. all of I'Jcondna Florida. Real Estate Handled.,

h'V\\ outrage. Why, some of these little BILL lOd fee paid Ilenryja. Chubb.Register. Collections a specialty.

_''4 fifteen-year-old girls have no sense t{ HEADS, : 1 '
0 NO'\'JCE FOB PQHLICATION.Deparfnent Office in First National Bank. ,
:'; of modesty. Twice while I've stoodon NOTE 1INVELOPES I
':l'i of-the Interior,
:i. the for forward I
corner waiting a car a -
"" HEADS 1111stNESS U a. Land Office at Gainesville .I. Iorida.May .
...F1.'. /.. ,!I,P6 little miss has deliberately triedto i i 4, 11>12. -s. "\oV. 'WI'DE:6:8.Attorney :: : : .
STATEMENTS N CAlms Notice U hereby /given that Oeoi'KOV..
.t ;, attract my If I i Ilarrell, of Fountain, Florida! who, -on and Counsellor at Law
"" :J<-:;. would I March 13, 11)U, made Homestead
''' if thought that my daughter ever CIRCt'LA PA1U.ETS i Entry
..:.'' '. '1' /Mortal No. 082'M.: for EK of NEB JNW&'of Sonlfay Fla.
do such I believe I'd lock I ICUECKS '' ,
any thing, MILL COMMISSARY NEU and NE* of'.NW j, Section 12,
I !> '!>< her on bread and water'until she Townshlu i I 1 north Range 13 west Tallahassee Office in Lindsev, uitc1inlr.0 .
..'...."..W&,."*.*g. I CIlEC !:, Meridian bas tiled notice of Inten- ;
to her senses""And -
came tlon to make Final Commutation proof to
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,(. :; H. N.lth.p 8poke Nor Hurried l. After be the RECEIPTS DRAFTS i establish claim to the land above aetcrlbfed F"Prompt, personal service
you'd Justified was
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'1<. .1 alfert" N before the Clerk or tho Circuit Court
,' ,; ,answer. "A whole lot of these bra- WEDDING VISITING |'I at Vernon, Florida! on tbe lath day of to clients.
; !.her :kind could dim the luster of June, 1U13. .
.fWo: : zen youngsters ought to be severely INVITATIONS, G 1JARDSTo :! Claimant names as witnesses: Frank
.' ', "Claribel the'-Syeetheart: : of disciplined and taught the rudi I r, Taylor Compass Lake l lorldur. Will
< a 'Noble Lord," or arouse! "quite theeame ments of modesty and self-respect. o1thER I Taylor,, of Angus Fountain/ blcQulJ.llIeUelrJd, I'lorlda.! ; >JlcQuavge A. G.. McQuagge,

admiration in' the Henry :S I. Chubb
youthful This girl you speak of is a :fair.ex ::
Ed fee paid Register.' Notary Public
breast of Daisy Grace. "
ample ,
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''::3;Ia fact, after weepirig over the But Daisy Grace waited to hearno --. - -- --I I State at Large.

,'.v;'woes of the unfortunate Claribel, more. Like a flash she slid out I

: ',.':rsh'e ceased Grace, became of. her seat and reached the door, unseen "

Jf,$". Claribel Marchmont, and went to 'by the two men. I Your Home Paper Both IRA A. HUTCHISON. ,
.school consciously smoothing her Choking down her sobs,she rushed \ Attorney ,at Law. .
,.' curls and wondering if, it were pos- down the steps' the instant the car andThePensacoiaJourna. for thPrice Office at Vernon, Fla.

::: refs that any of the A class boys stopped and: set out with all speed
"Jf.-oi"; c could be.her "fate." for home. Will practice In Circuit Court of

.: !'.1.'Before dismissal that night; how.. "Hateful things|t" she breathed, j one Florida and the Federal Courts.
j 1', ; she had .reIucJantly'admitted' the tears chasing each 'other down '!

.i.j tli herself that the A class boys were her, rounded cheeks. "I'm not for PRANK I.. MAVKS Editor. DR. R. E. TILLER.

."" notijh the least! "fateful," and she ward. I am modest. I thought he DENTAL SURGEON .
This is be the notable In ,
going to most
r, had consoled herself with the thought was my late.. Claribel- .
American or Florida Politics. You, of course, wantto Chipley Florida.
a that possibly> her "life's star" might She.stopped short, drew a deep -

be. waiting for her outside. He'dido breath, then said with spiteful emphasis keep posted. You can do this by taking your local Office over First Nat'l! Bank.

materialize .either. that day or : "Claribel.makes me sick. 'I'llgo town paper and one outside'paper. -Here is the proposition ,
the_n xt.. Yet Daisy Grace never for straight home and.tear her all up, :

.?&?, a'.)r ment doubted his coming, and and I shall never read another novel vtcaui-An COMBINATION Orion Lodge, No., 40,

';','l.. readShd l;; <<:.reread Little Claribel until again as long as.I live. Only, I must PRICKS 1 .PRICSlyear. .$6.00'our G \ r. tv A. M.. .

.::rheh.at1 a, far'more comprehensive say, right now; before t destroy Clar Y local paper . . $1.oo
.. ... \. ideaofher. idol's moods and tenses ibel forever, that "tis better to have .: } a months. $2.50 Regular Communications: Second in
1'';',4:': h' 'Bh't', ;had of her lessons. But as loved and lost than never to have The Pcnsacola Journal ( Oily ) $5.00 3 months$1.25 each Saturday'and month. Fourth Friday night

....:.,J1or":,!.shgrew:"""' in knowledge of ""white-hot" "souls loved at all.'"-New York Press. Your local paper. . . .$1.00 II year. .$1.50 Visiting Brethern. L.cordially TAYLOR Invited.W. W. M..
flames of: c
:"1.:;' ''''//ifthat(\' awaken passionate at love's pain call, ," and PA88 ON. Th Penaacola Journal (Weekly) $1.00 S 6Tb months. ,75c W. W. JOKES; Sec.

4:: ;;'.\'"strangers' today; but lovers tomor- P.n..ool. Journal I. not only W..t Iorld.'* loading
4mlty, bt It la rogordad by many a. tho moat pronounced advota I. O. O. P. NOTICE.
: /: rbwhet' inclination for study de- local color for an
". i: : "I am .. of Progroaalva Damocraoy In Florida. Ita editorial polio
: !\|,-;.; dined fifteen, she was coneid- opera," announced .the traveler. U vlgoroua and Indopandont Its nowa .."", Ic. I. eomplat and ItaoVortlalno Until further notice

>. _sled tie; .dullest girl in her class., "Have you any merry villagers in ; ooltimna aro cl..n. J Cbipley Lodge No.56,
w' ;; I. O. O. F.r will meet at7iM(> ;
't TO JXhTat,facthowevefr did not worry this hainletr"Not' You can get this special price now, which'applies p m.

a'.: ,.:Pa'fsVraceV.! : ;; ''' She< had tatters of in this village," replied the to paid-In-advance subscriptions only, by sending, each By order Monday: of evening the Lodge., .

: .:.;:,I'.1::greater' consider. 'Her innkeeper, for it was he. "All we the money to your home paper. W. A. McQuAGOE? N. G,

". <,?skirts ,1 had'been:, : lengthened and she3powtollecheir 'lffVe- here ,.is a bunch of disgruntled S. B. JUDSON Secy.

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WM Celebrate Jill, Fourth I mcnp

] Personal, [ Acting on the suggestion of'I! ] Town Topics. II .

The Banner two weeks ago grit MOST

ScW.r. of a crowd of our town's citizen Lose sermon usually wean

O.C.Q 8*. A. Railroad held a meeting at the: store of short congregations.No ANY

r Iflcctfr JUrc U. IWL Campbell & Dekle Co. Friday afternoon man who is broad minded ,. I" '

,... to discuss the proposition ,. .x
T Na 1 MtirfoTnUsJJo. thinks be is the whole show. y
O&mf HoMth.v (i.l0c 8onLLi BANK
-. 11)00..... Ctilptor SAD ..Ar.'S of a Fourth of July celebra-
u:7a a.. w....... 4:2'1.' .-.. .. tion for Cbipley.It Get it on your mind to come to
UOI.! -... lree.tK.d 4:09UatM p... Cbipley to spend the Fourth of t $ -
.". ps. Itlyenide &:M p... .." was the unanimous opinion "'
11:" p.. Vleklfbtlrc 2:13 ps.Ar. July. -
1m..... Jtowtkport am !*...Lv. of those attending the meeting aftertimes -: asblonf
w that it was a good idea to have The man who never failed in t Can handle your business -: JfJ.h ;

Dr. F. C. Wilson spent Sunday tbe celebration this year so com- anything is appreciate good and money easy* ?W beu, times k

at Mariano, the guest of bis son mittees were appointed to take success. f are ...1':, '....'...., .."\
the matter up and make arrangemeats *- feed tjte. ;;, j" ;
and daughter.J. The executive'committee canvassed are hard and money tight you .... "' aMf
B. Moore bead of Jacksonville for the occasion to provide tbe vote of tbe second pri- :
amusements, sports.. etc., business cobnectton 4A m. a .
Friday. need
was one of the visitors in mary f a
and secure funds to pay for tbe I 1:f.P?' 213'
the city Friday.R. expenses of the occasion. As a I Tbe county commissioners f Big Strong and Reliable Ilan]{fJ"s 'i
i board of public instruction were t
L. McKenzie of Panama start in this direction,something J '
in session Monday. .:,;1"7): ;t, ? ,
City was a visitor here Sunday like $75 was subscribed at thismeeting and makegood r d ,
night and Monday. Monday was the one hundred Do your banking business ,:yqu Jf.' \ r R !
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S. W. Clark cashier of the Now get ready to come to Chip- and fourth anniversary ot tbe with the strongest Bank"in', ','I.: 'I'-C' ::' :.' M':: :
let to spend July Fourth. birth of Jefferson Davis. .J'l ." '"" ; ,.
bank at Lynn Harm was one of ; :' ,. "" J ;
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tbe visitors here Monday. We will publish tbe programfor There are two days about Washington County.. ,"'_ ..f1;;. R"9'",,'I- fI.. w"., ,"
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i"J/O"t' .l'It\
the day as soon as the committee ; / hH i
Rebert L.Jobnsonof Emporia which nobody should ever worry .,: ;>
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appointed to the ; .'el' :"; "..
arrange .
Kan., was a prospecting; visitor and these are yesterday and to- ,t'l' tlI.! '' '

here several days last week. !I program reports.. .. morrow. The First NationalRa4w. ; *! :

Mrs.Sid Hawk and children ofJukllOGriJJ. I I II Tbarp Tenders Thanks to Yater Drop into the store ot B. Blake ',,. jit ZL' ,'.: ,i1Ji,; ;1' .
of ] 't''i': ''.'.. .-,.. .
were tbe guest of & Co.. and see about getting your Chipley. '. "' ,'I' .' ,'1' t',, "
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friends here several days last I take this means of extending piece of china they are giving '" ':<1..:.' ,Ii';,;[;.i ,>.II.. 't -

week. my thanks to tbe voters of tbe away to their customers. ,. [ .. '.
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Second Commissioner's District Bosseswhoare: attempting to .- _ _.._.______ -_-. -,__-u.._.."._..... ,.....w..w1"O" HW 0' -.
Miss n -
Lula Dowling Rawls of for tbe magnificent vote give -- '7 ; _; .
Greenwood was the guest' of her run both the great parties are up r. .,,.. ,
me on May 28th. I assure you o- /",,-,',"
sister Mrs. Walter Cook here against the real thing this year Rub-My-Tism'will i ; '.7.
tbe hearty support given me is Let's relegate politics I the cure, :you.' ;:
for tbe people are awake. :
last week. j more than appreciated. Again rear for a while and do some All sizes of Glass atl7on: Coleman -: .

Mr. and Mrs. Nelson of South- thanking}'oa..l amYoars .Kindness is the music of goodwill thing for Washington county. Co. -'J-'i;';, .t'.71'lI. ': >",,Any"/* : .i...1"n

port were the pest of friends trulv.Jotcr to men and on this harp tbe _' : a: :'-...
Every legitimate local enterprise SaturdayWilliams wil t'at' ,.:
here Friday evening and Saturday W. THA P. smallest fingers may play Heav should bare tbe bearty cooperation & Iieltoa"You ;' ';..f!,, ''c., ,-. ,;"
morning. 1 en's greatest tunes on earth. of loyal citizen. ,,01"1'' ,,:f <\.' ;1;';<'I): ':I'/1
every can always RetWhakgou:: '
Sheriff Allen and daughter LYNN HAVEN. A party of fishermen from Do- We had hoped to give the official want in the raniiQpr:liae':'r atcttie'
Miss Maggie left Tuesday for than passed through town Tuesday ; '( "
Miss Nellie Porter spent Sunday count of the votes cast for Misses Richardson's,.* -'- ,'JV-"'''::
Panama. City where they will morning route to tbe lakes
en tbe various candidates in the sec- '
with Mary Gay.R. 'rtit
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House sb
White spend a few days. in tbe southern part of tbe coun-, ond primary this week but
W. Gay and family spent i cakes at William & Ilelton'rTbepeople :
/Miss John Jordan wbo has been ty, fishing somebow our efforts to get this "
Thursday with Mrs. Leslie Gay. are finding ,jnit they, 'are ,
ader treatment at Pensacola editor's information failed. However
a The definition of a "
pessimist the best shoes made. '.
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/sanitvrinm for several weeks returned -, Leslie C. Gay was called to is tbe following: "A pest 11 from different sources we secured ; "" :

[ borne last week. Vernon on business Wednesday. who has mist( tbe real purpose of the following, which is said to We are making extraordinary. _'

y&IissGnssie Leslie C. Gay and wife were life." Do you: know better definition be tbe majorities of the winners; low prices on Laces."aod: mbriohderyclosing
\ Williams of Grace-
out line of:this
business caller at Panama City of a pessimist? Henry Farrior for sheriff 135; our **
Tille, is spending some days here ,'
material.-Misses Richardson: ;? -
Friday. W. T. Horne for Supt., 228; F. : .
this week tbe guest of friends, Two brick stores under .. .t1i:} -
( are M. Russ for treasurer, 193, J. W. 5 or 6 doses 666 will;bre k '
and to attend Lee of Sooth
the Tbarp-Hardy Yonngblood port, construction on tbe south end of
for Co. Com. 2nd Dist.
Tbarp case of Chills & 'everfJt; acts:on
\wick wedding. was a pleasant caller here Sun .
J the lot on southeast corner of
140; D. G. Brock for Co.Com. 1st the liver better than Calomel;and
B. D. Gainer of Sooth port, day Railroad and Sixth streets by District, 27. does not gripe or sicken. 25 cents .

spent a few days here first of tbe Capt. A. J. Gay and wife of I Messrs.. Tbarp and Warren. -- -- -- .

week. Mr.Gainer has been appointed Panama City spent Tburdday A serious uprising 'among negroes I Cbinamel tbe furniture Stain, Herrick Refrigerators

agent for the B. C. railroad / here with relatives.Mrs. in Cuba has caused tbe 'Kyamze at Dunn Coleman Co. are the best. Samplesin
at Soutb ort. S Julia Belle of '
United-States to send .
war ships '
nab. Dishes and Glasswareat Stock. "
E. M. Pender and family leff witb a large force of marines to

Tuesday for Paaker where they, with Mrs. Leslie Gay. Cuban waters. However Pres- Schell's. W. J. SCHELL.

will sojourn for a few months/ We are very sorry to note tbe ident Taft bas informed Presi- ,

We hope tbe gulf breezes will Wtneficial death of Wm. F. VanIIouten.I dent Gomez that there is no intention I am handling Ice in Chipley again this seasonI

to Mr. Fender's health which occurred Friday. of landing a force in Cuba will appreciate your patronage and promise
I unless tbe Cuban government you the same courteous treatment and prompt
/Bliss Joe Mizell of EnterpriseAla. } 'r Mr. Menard of Albany N. Y.. shows its inability to quell the c':: attention I have always given you heretafore..

/ .,came In last'week for a visit I'arrived Friday to spend a month insurrection and to protect Am- A. E. Nowlin.. .:;:! ';.
with friends and to be presentat or two in the Magic City.R. erican life and
groperty. :
Open from 8 to 10 C'cloctc :
Sundays .
tbe Tharp-Hardwick wedding, B.,Bell cashier of the Lynn -

which occurs at the Bapti :Haven bank, made a business !

church this evening:at 8o'clock. :trip to Panama City Friday.

Willie E. Russell had tbe misfortune >

One of the most interesting: to fall and break his arm

cial events of the year will occur Thursday night while l skating.

this evening at 8 o'clock at the we want to Q.
Henry 11. Baker, captain ot shjou'.
Baptist church when Mr. Wil- :
company launch "Firefly", was
liam Marion Hardwick of headland
in St. Andrew Friday on bas inn --------------------- .
Ala.,will lead, to tbe altar .,
Miss Mayme Tbarp oneof Chip- Mrs. Walter W. Green and lit-
The Greatest Line
lev's most popular young ladies tle son. Walter Jr.. of George- of Screen Doors and Windows

where the solemn words uniting town Ga. are visiting relatives
: Ever Rhown
here this week.G. Here. Fine Front Doors
them as man and wife will bespoke and ,

Tbe Banner tenders Harold Porter of New York Sash tigei",' +a Tr':+",,1 .
congratulations in advance of tbe City and James J. O'Cannoa of 6U'0.jJua.l: Sinks uraivamze Pipe and 1

nuptial and wish for them a hap Lynn Haven were callers at the
Pipe Fitting. :-: :-: -
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py journey adow life's pathway home of L. C. Gay Sunday. x

together. S. W. Clark, assistant cashier

Liquor cannot be shipped froma of the Lynn Haven bank,, spent I FISHING IIIII 1 -. .-ESB-K9 TACKLE SBS-B != THATS S-- FIT_,,_ FOPS :FfSJIISa
===!= Bp-lw .
wet county to a dry county la Thursday afternoon itt Southport .

Alabama according tbe state supreme the guest of Dr. J. Ambus The Best Line of Fishing Tackle ft
J\1, iChipley
Wells. .
court in a decision band -

ed down last week. "The spirit ..- in Many Years. .... ;; ______, ;

of local option law is that each Rnb-My-Tiam win cure you. i ;'.r'II'"Y

locality shall have the right to FREE DELIVERY at iii

rignlate Its own affairs on this ." .
Williams & Helton. We Are
subject is tbe opinion of tbe Looking For YOu ,
See Dunn Cole men Co. for AOUllllCOIeman "
court. fishing Tackle. ...

Did your man win? U so, let I Tbe Misses '
Richardson receive i
him member he I* tobe the new goods: every day or two. :FiU} ilV /.

"servant of aU." Public officers "JU u 'f ?lA.

are not rulers but servants-the j Mason Fruit Jars; pints

hired men. The people are the and quarts;'50c dozen at A. G. McQUAGGE. General Maazae'f

rulers or sovereigns. Schell's. v Sf


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