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The Chipley banner
Place of Publication:
Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
June 20, 1912


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


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

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l''C"-,. & St. A. Railroad Cole man Co's. WbileTeading*& .ring-side news .are, advocating the doing, : .. ;: .

'ilave'"madearrangements with Have you tried.Williams&; Hel fronl/Chicago it ,will be well to 'away wlt'h. the 'xperi9 ve' .bathtub I Having bought the notes' and 1'I '

TillerWfilackwell, ) to run their ton's flour? It's the,.best, In .town.. tememt: ''fi'that there is to be a but none; of them. have saida 'I'' accounts of the L.. W. Ennis : .
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boat m connection with the B. C. and.Kya i efor'our democratic'', national conventionat .- Furniture Co., we now request tall
train, andj' ;you '.can.make Baltimore''e The brush. firm
prompt at Dunn- : next week. responsibility parties owing said to call
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bay. ." a' Coleman Co's.White on 5 or 6 doses.666 will break any i and or we will be forced ,
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necessary that the leaders put these claims must be settled at
the'toll w Dg schedule.LiiavevMIIJyllle comfort and' satisfaction the liver better than Calomel and ,
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0:30: a.m. Williams & Helton sell them. 'I: doe'S' not gripe or sicken 25 cents CHIPLEV FURNITURE} Co. 1,

Leave LeavVSBtiAndrow i:1 Panama: City 11:00 lOtH:: a.m.LeaVft1t.YPrl.HB.Ven a.m.. ambitions.. who'can;; nomi _____________ .____-'C._._____.. ___._. __ _._ -m"--_;oot -= .. I
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Will be in'Chlpley at Dr. Wilson'soffice' .Herrick Refrigerators. your duty in that respect you Let's Have Your Order .
tbe-EirJjE!Tuesdav in July are the best. Samplesin may allow some golden*'opportunity f.So f.
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I ,. WALTBR. W. .10"88.' -: 'They ever the are ship business of trade carry branacles.them.] Your Old Shoes A*e Worth Money! !I'

Entered: at the poitoffica at Chlplojr Fla.. a* Initiative is not the barnacles I

i. Mooad cta.mall matter._ strong forte-he. has little will of :' ,

8UBSCBIPTION BATES his own. We' Pay You '50c For Them .

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AdTartbiinc rate furuUbed on application. were not barnacles at all, have developed ::" .. ", ', ; '"': ,

r' Communication on lire topics espedaily barnacle, tetanus, :. "With each,.CASH' purchase of n \ \Jll! es'i:;: ,<;
of local Interest, are solicited. It They cling with frenzy to the
Is understood, however, that the publish- v ; .', 1 J- :' -'
.1 of THB BANNER will not be responsiblefor trade methods of their grand- each" ., ," "
three cashr "
at more than dollars.
opinions expressed by correspondent father wbose ways, while suitedto "
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.a TTB BANNER! wants a live representative their day, are no more appli- ,
and correspondent at ever* postolTire cable to rrodern business condition purchase of a pair at three dollars; or less,' we' :
{.. In the county, and will make liberal arrangements .
a, with the rl
aNew Yorker. V ". pay you twenty-five: cents for your old ones.o .
F" Juno. HO, 101a. ....'
: The world i4 larger than it was ,h.""';.... ,".. '" .. ..' '<- .
!ten years ago as far as populationgoes. -'f- ." .we'ar'"ii'e; / '

Before you make a stand, look v .No cQn'ditions'except that you ,
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over may People need to be told who you .
'-' the wrong side. old ones to store and new ones away-
and what do: Advertising ,
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.,. Gossip is like money at com- It is the antidote for' barnacle ..J.",, This.offer is good until June 30th.:' -

a ponnd interest. It grow ceas- tetanus. i.V: <-

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American politics, an ex-
Small, but imoortant; courtesies :) : .
change consists of the rolling of '
: are to bow pleasantly, to Dekle
logs!, the pulling of wires, and : Campbell & e Company.
greet acquaintances, cordially V
riding fences. I.
to give a friendly clasp of the '/ .
r r band, to cultivate a memory of r .1" l'
with air cushions in the .
in be
faces and name ,order to __ f
soles and heels form the subject {
able to say something to show I
of recent patent-knind of pneu- interest in the affairs of' others Philosophical Thoughts. .. Yon' may praise a man a thous-! "

matic know., sand times, but it criticise rr 1
you A point is to put others, at ease. Borne on the wines ot the South- you ,,"
.. him once be will forget all your r'..
A prompt reply to notes of invitation land winds a lullaby sings and
.' President Taft signed the praises and remember only 'the Excursion Farms'
is ,an important! point. rocks to sleep the lonely hours '
three-year homestead bill on June stored in the heart deep. criticism. .
It is an obligation to answeran so "

6, This reduces the time neces- invitation to a luncheon,. din' The realization that quiet If you would be a worldly success Return'
Baltimore Aid and
to live homestead four '
sary on a ner, tea party or ,theater party confidence of those things resting rise up in Jhe morning and
Account Democratic National ;,,
five to three. :
years within twenty-four hours, to bed at night rememberingthat '
lives enables
near tooth ,- us go tion Round trip rate from ,
becaue a hostess wishes to knowon to mount aboveand beyond ,the "molasses catches"more -. Chlpley $2'7.ef? .;,

Four thousand seven hundred whom she may depend or level where restlessness and turmoil flies than vinegar. Tickets sold June 20th to 26th, Inchn ..

V and forty-seven pensioners in whether it will be necessary to filla can: 'exist.Concentrate. a he. Return limit July 3, 1912. :

Florida, receive annually $815835,70 ,- I
vacancy. the highestas 9100 REWARD.For -St. Louis Mo. and ]
upon ,
i; says the report ot Com- courtesies .
Many are to "
missioner of Pensions. the glorious: sunlight dispels any case of Gall Stones, Appen- Account National Convention: Womet, '
be observed in conversation. dicitis, ,Fistula, Piles, Enlarged Prostate Round rate from
.. .. fogs, clouds, cold and dampness, I I League. trip 'I :
Among these are ,to ,look peoplein so the spirit of God in the hnman Glands, !Stricture, Uterine and CHIple" 9<32.1O ''

The destiny of a community, the face when talking or listening consciousness will displace Ovarian Troubles, Displace nts. Tickets sold June 18, 19 and 20. C
Discharges, Tuberculosis or Bloc/] Poi turn limit 17, 1912. '
like that of an individual, can be ; not to let the attention, or ills and .
doubt depressions.The son I fall to cure with my new $5,000
controlled; the possibilities ,of mind wander, not to show Impatience + I III. and Return.
question of the life live e tlQywttv' Y: ;eo dally, I Chicago, ,
.. development and improvementare it listening, but to try tobe we .WSSt the knlte or medicine. I Account National Educational A-

almost unlimited; and it is interested in what others are are from within-cVtflretiiro'm'tn'eworld i No delay from business. we pay rail I I atlon. Round trip rate.from '

not only, wisdom but money i in sayingIn in the con munion of all road fare and give free examination, Chlpley$29.9S

r r the pocket tor citizens to take the street there are tnanv we know to',beo/brselves._. _. /, ThisSTtfitVfutn Call at once ELECTRO-RADIO: CO. Tickets told July 3, 4 and 5. Re qi?

in nee their town hand and to .
e mall co ftSi*.. '" uric- y --..
J make it amount to somethin .tly by well bred people.. A weIr phasis than thiThe 'E. FOR PUULICATION. Round trip Summer Tourist E 4 V

higher/principles of the ion tickets at attractive rate?
bred,person never brushes pass our Department of Interior, very
.,'_ 1 i If is unavoid- natures to b/come graphic and U. H. Land Ofilco at Gainesville, Florida. sale daily !until Sept. 30, 1912. at f n
the contact
May 11, 19l2.
of the Florida any.
At meeting clpal stations on L. & N. Ra lr ;
Notice Is that Richard
ruling, need iteration and reit- hereby given
: State Bar Association at Jacks able in a crowd, one would say Davis of Econllna Florida! who, on August with return limit October 31, J912J

"Pardon me," and a man wonld eration. 8. 1910, made Homestead Entry Serial For rates, routes,etc., see the
t vine last week the following resolution No. 0'7$85. for N Wtf (section 24.Township
r{ was adopted; "That we raise his hat while asking pardon.. There's not a flower that grows 1 north Range 13 west, Tallahassee Meridian at your station, or, write to
has filed notion ,of Intention to
:" are unalterably ,ooposed to the Good manners' the outward beneath the sun but in its hues make Final Commutation Proof to estab-

.1', recall of judges and to the recall sign of inward graces of heart. aud fragrance tells to the human lish before claim the to County the land Judge above at described Vernon,* Pensacola", Fla

of judicial: decision, and believe and mind. They sweeten social heart some' story of memory or Florida, on the 20th day of Jane. 1912
: Claimant! names as witnesses: I C. Screen house and k
that they are absolutely destruc- intercourse and contribute to hope.A Carter William Wells, _VLow, John your pout
t IJarrptt. all of IconflDa.1"Iorld.: ... the flies and rnosquitoea.v
'" tive to freedom and iudepence happiness beyond proportion to dream locked within a dreama Hel>rYl Chubb, .
the effort of thoughtfulness and Ed fee paid Itegl ter. Dunn-Cole man.Co. about it.Florida ,
': in the judiciary. thought clothed within a I .

w.t.'. :.' self discipline which they cost., thought heart wrapped within I -- :..,"'
i UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. State College For Women(," j
A teacher asked a boy the diff a heart- a hand clasped iu hand- '

erence between an island and a Modem Definitions. l motives responsive to motive- GAINESVILLEA TALLAHASSEECollrtm ,II
Superior But Inexpensive Institution for n*AH and Sciences, Normal Scflq'AS'; I
Reciprocity--Getting what /ou
peninsula. The boy replied: J make up concerted principle Florida Young Men. I School Mu lc. School of Art School of 1 pf\l'\', u
want, and getting it first of companionship in the cruel .Ion.School of Home Economic ,__,.'"I'
'"Take a glass of water and a Four colleges, agricultural experiment station; First. class equipment tbrouKbout. Tnlthia,A I:
Frindship Good trade ,stock and humdrum world that we Unl..lty..tenlilon. 46 pnvtawor and tuwiatantB. free. Other es pen..", ery low. For information;,'" '
glass of milk. Catch a fly and no per cent Increase in attendance last address, 4| ',
struggle through the best For .
En,political we year. building and campun. '
'h put it in the water; it will be an swaps. can. catalogue address. A. A. MURPHREE President. EDWARD CONR DI. Presides 'r fqy
.Revision-A political "coontrap' ,:
> island, because it is entirely sur --- 1
to catch 'em comin' an' .
r- ruonded by water. Put the '
milk ann it will be a peninsula, gwine. 4;
Regularity-Forgettulness of
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EROHGHIT& in looking for .au excuse, to WE INVITE ATTENTION'V'- .
To Whom It May Concern .balk progressive thought. ;

Bluevale,. Ont.. May 4. 1 10- J"! was Anarchy---'Anvthing, that does '

'' alck'for two year with chronic bronchitis not meet with your approval. to showing of Brass and Eliameledr l 3eds.dt I'
and a consequent run-down con our
man who
I received no benefit from doctors -
dition.or from a trip, which I took: tar thinks' as you think ,_. '.f jley are". not. the flimsy kind. ,hat,. soon. become -

my health and I had to Rive up work.. Consecutive really new excuse but solidly,"and' sub-
and from the loose and creaky, are
Vlnol was
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for stabbing a friend in the i r a '-?Vst'antially
to Im- x '
bottle I commenced
second .
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constructed. .
prove. I gained In weight and strength back. ,

my bronchial trouble disappeared,and .. .. ask for and
arid elaborate as you can
x 1 am at work again.It q handsome. ,._ : ,
U the combined action of the In this',country any man who low price

curative elements of the coda llTera.iiaeTT has health and'' no bad habits '. last! ",but not"least are amazingly. i\

..__..,.__ _- __Strength-creating fV. the blood-making properties of tonic and but who is,willing to work, can Look"them over.

Iron contained in Vlnol which makes pay his debts and save, money

It no successful In curing bronehltl besides. .
Ylnol Js a constitutional remedy for I '
Chi Furniture Company.
chronlo, coughs, colds, bronchitis ,and 1 Keep! your! hard: luck stories to ley .
troubles-not a palliative 1 / real. '
pulmonary youreelf. }if they are \ "
like cough yrnpa. i Many of/ them are imaginary, Railroad Street. Chipley. Fla. : : J1
dont think It
Try Vlnol. If, you i 'J "
help yo". we will return your money I and youcrwill begin after a while ..,.

,8. JE. McGeachv. Cblpley Fla. ,I I'j to believe them. yourself..


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a man of small intellect, he had a ,
erv their the rivers is slow and .. .
Respectfully, up a expensive '
wonderful voice and an eye which This: is only cnof our new patterns.
w. De Peters, Propr. operation. The oyster beds, slew. :During his rendering of.the
centuries old have taken the Ask dealer his of ilae.WANT
placeof curse aria in the opera of "King your to : styles t .1

HUC the limestone quarries; immense Charles VI.," if his eye fell accidentally Diamond Brand l Shoes. He should have- ; I i ;
quantities of oysters and shells are

DENTI6T, annually consumed in making shell on the upon stage anyone, that person in the audience died. After or them in all E.l: radci: ,.. at all prices! for men

i lime. The process is extremely he had killed a scene shifter, the as well as for wlnueand children. ,

Crown an Bridge Work a Specialty I simple, but wantonly wasteful. No leader of the orchestra and an unfortunate i '

ALiVO ktt GUARANTEED. distinction is made between old merchant from :Marseilles;: ,& ,* ,'r;, jpM/O/VD/IN.4ND.qJ I \' I_ _

s.otnee over Chlpley State Bank be shells and live oysters, nor would it the opera was excluded from the possible to do The entire
so. catchis
The of
repertoire. writer the article '
Thejgw: York WortfTlirlceaweek taken on shore, where a pile ,of says the science and practice of "the A"AKffO.,,'r 1'71... '- $/ rueTHAN 'ANY .. 0t

Eedition. wood is stacked up and upon this gaze" is known among the Hindus ,.J-I-n.,;.I J ,;.. Ii'I ',

', the shells and oysters are heaped anda as "Trataka Yoga and that the 5r'Zt"14.r'v1. .... :
:- ,
WgfefThoThricejaweck i:0 fire lighted. A few of the .
( I oystersare :
killing of small birds its'means
; World by
!! hopes to belalOOSftb'rtterlpapor
than It has ever eaten as soon aa brought in, but is a not unusual power of its devo- 'FARQUHAR M'ACHINBRV CO. '
the ,
been beforehand It bus made Its arrangements percentage is insignificant.A tees.
.. 431 E. Bay Street
accordingly. Its news'SerVICft covers -- --

the eoUrHlobe, and It reports every DIFFERENCE. MOVE O.NNOWI! JACKS'ONVIUL, L.ORIDA.. '

thing fullyjjjproraptly and accurately It sM.i a policemen to a street! crowd and Largest stock of Machinery '.
Is the only par, not a dally, which Is as "A of wild oats differs .
I crop .
very whacks bends It It don't.Jloo on now,
good as a tlaTlyj, and which will keep in Florida for saw mills!; and .
vouascompletei'noj'med much from the natural kind. says tag big earsh mineral pills to bowel .
} of what Is hap- planing: mills.EARQUHAR. '
"In what way r congestion ana Buttering, follows Or
ponlnn throughout, the world. King's; New Elfe Pills don't bulldoze the t "
The Thrlceja! week World Is fair In Its "When one BOWS wild oats the bowells. They gently persuade them 'to MACHINERY

political reported f!;. You can get tho truth crop is usually of lemons." right action, and health follows, 23o ai 8K. : has been built for 57 years;* .
from Its columns,;whether you are a Republican ';"
McUeachy. more built today than any oth : ,
Democrat: and that Is what : .... .
you want. -j&'. EASY. er. Let us tell you, \vhy. "

A speolal feature or the Thrlce-a-weck : HE WAS O... K. t Send for catalog and price. ""..
World has always been Its serial fiction "How can they,find if a new

Itpubllshea novels by the best authors In 'nistr is nil thAtshe: is claimed. to .. .
the world noves whlcn In book form sell\ v.>> r -, W. B. MILTON:- M. L. DEKLE, F. M. GOLSON. rber

(for$l.!>0 apiece*'and Its high standard In I J. ., .r President Vlce-. President Cashier. '
0 + on
this respect will be maintained In the fut-
urn as In the"past. tt ,a..; >1nk,
When jour child tan whooping cough beclmful First National Bank. 'Y
Tho Thrlce-a-wcelc.. World's regular to keep the cough loose and cxpeotoiatloa 1 .. a ofMARI1.1NNA
subscription price Is only $1.00 -
: per year ear by giving Chnmberlaln'a -ran-
and this pays:for: lye papers. We offer Cough Remedy as may be required. This FLA., tti

this unequalled newspaper and The Ban remedy will also liquify the tough mucus .. ": "
M together for Vine year for $1.65. The and make It easier to expectorate. It has -.,0 '" Capital $50,000.00. ; ; .

y regular! subscription price of the two pa been used .suocesslully many epidemic. t.
_. Solicits Accounts of Banks, Corporations, Firms ana Individuals. '
persists m.e illtl'For
and is safe and sale by-All "
Dealers. Our twenty years e In the banking business enable UI" to offer '
you the best banking facilities of any bank in West F.orida. We also have a
-----.oro-- fully equipped SavinRs/ Department In which we pay interest on deposits. 'Accounts '
a CHINA TEA. by mall handled as easily a* by per.onallotervlew. ,.
Send us your business.

to write far for patent oar confidential; it'mar be letter worth befoia money applying Some interesting statistics hare F. M. GOLSON, Cashier: ,

lYe.vroIT.:>tJy obtain t U a.' and Foreign been gathered with reference to the 00

rz>ATE TS great decline in China's tea trade. 0 '

and TRADE MARKS or eturu ENTIRE -| From 1678, when tea was first introduced .. :
Q Lorll wey: '* e o, bend model l, 8'1<'..1)orJ'holoaud ? ,
we end an IMMEDIATE into England, until 1837 YOU JOB
I='RIE report on paten{ blily.Vo: give
China held the tea tradeof \J
lie boat legal service and advloe, and ourohartfd e'AM' a letter :
ore mod rQIA. Try: ns. the world. Then India began to ,\ fA ..;., yexeusss .. \

SWIFT & CO., enter the tea market. The Chinesetea Jiggson-How cai ",ou always locate That question will be asked you almost dally by business fnen ceUng your w ,"r

Patent Lawyer?, trade reached high tide in 1886 a good place to fish services, if you qualify! tae] the Draughon 'I'raInlng-nnd show ambition to riso. .' ,.\

Opp. U.S. Patent OfilcB,Washington, D.C. with a total export of 300,000,000 Jackson-By the number of empty More BANTERS Indorse DRAtTGII N'S College, than indorse all other bud- ;t
ness colleges COMBINED. 43 Colleges: in 18 States. International reputation. .1))
pounds. In 1884 China furnished bottles lying on the bank. Ranklnir: Tjrpmrltliiff." Pi'nninnnblp, Fnellxh HpMllnff.' Arithmetic. Letter TVrlllnir, BuRlueiilanxlllarr 41LawYntiil
: : branclicd.. <,o about 72 per cent. of the world'p, total Bookkeeping. Bookkeepers all 'over Home Study Thousands of ba':t cash g.

India and Ceylon 18 per cent., Each age of our Ills its bas joys. Old the United States say that DrauRhon's iers, bookkeepers and stenographer are r ,
and Japan and Formosa 10 per cent. people should\ ke bappr, and they will be if New System of Bookkeeping saves then;) holding good positions as the result cl ervice
Jambe.l.ln' Tablet are taker. tOKtrengtbea from 25 to 50 per cent Jn' work and worry. taking: Draughon's Homo Study.
:But at last accounts, when the total For lesions:
the digestion and keep the: bowels _rog Shorthand. Practically all U. S. official price' on
consumption had increased to 644- ular. These tablets are mild and xeot'e' In court reporters write the System'of BY MAIL, write JNO. JJ'. KACGUON, '
China contributed Shorthand. Draujfhon Colleges; teach. President, Nanhvllla, fjnn. For fire! catalogue I
000,000 pounds, their action and specially suitable for
Why Because they know it'!? the best on course A COLLEGE write
only 30 per cent., India and Ceylon of middle age an'l older. For suld by all DRAUGIION'S PBACTICAI BUSINESS COLLEGE rx f

II.Pouts.tort llttlo-mnk blit money,TAILOR Slmnlnnt FEED Ewry. 60 per cent., Japan and Formosa 10 ----- --- Jackaonvill FU., or Atlanta, Ga.,or MoniU or Montgomery, Ala .
running IT'S ML IN THE ,
e'.'I I ttttdil with wire cable drive, eet out attach'r per cent. DRAWBACK IN FRIENDSHIP. -
; and ndjnutabla Idler Improved carne China tea is -
The decline in ascribed
'king> device le| quick acting and a nine user. .
o fn all elree, portable and tatlonary.r to careless methods of culti- "Friends are an expensive luxury;
.*,..WKXI, rnyrc.ere.Ln, el..,,,.?bollan,,
l billir Ira 8 T.i/jr Irid Woris. Box 15. Macon Si.It's Harper's Weekly.ELECTIONEERING. a calling and a mission here in life Neat Printing .
one cannot afford"to keep them. The a

IN ALASKA.It costly thing 'about keeping friends ? Creates
a good impressionamong
promptly obtain and Foreign k
I a,
does not lie, to be sure, in what one ,

takes the Alaskan delegate does for them, but in what, out of your correspondents to of

nearly a year to cover his district in consideration for them, one refrains .... :

i campaign. lIe reaches the coast from doing. In that way many epic ffJI( and helps to give you.
treereportin tend;::'', nudel (otoa nr ptotopiiivmtionlot :jities by boat, goes down the Yukono itual shoots are dwarfed in one. I '

Pa"'Rtu.I(0"...!.6e?'U1'Q. }(w enta'a f)>.lilt.; )U, II Joor free w$0LmAiliLK book : the interior, and goes in 'as faris have been through it, and there are, I loess prestige
H.Uir-hilHil\... .. time and facilities permit to-the therefore, many years behind me WcJ"o : !

.. \ interior camps. So closely is the in which I did not succeed in become : Neat Printing ; rida

Q population packed in the settled districts ing myself. Ilenrik Ibsen. T T 'T .T s F**
at Prices.
however, that he is able to tell k.

Opposite U. S. Patent Office by midnight of election day, from PLAYING) HER CARDS. I Banner Office. '
WASHINGTON D. C. the telegraphed repo.rl'- JOm the f
citiay-:whether or Tommy :May I .. little .. .. I / w
= -- .. more important stay up a -
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not he has been elected.NANCOUGUyANIURl.AKS. Longer

THE CULT.. Ethel-I want to see you and Mr. "';t fSecond

I Green playing cards. flight In
Mrs. !! .
WayuppThen think..itw -Ir. Green- not Physicians Advise '
the frightful oo.uhloK spell\ a man InN ) Byt we are goingto '' ivlted.W. "
Alrer a
Mrs.coming religion '. a9na. W Celt terrible pains "' bIll aide play cards.TommyOh. the use of a'goodlaxatlve, to( keep the bowete! open and prevent the poisons.of ulldlgted r. M. 1r
Blase-Undo btedly. It haa doctor rib. h.d been yes you are, for I food from gettlnglnto your system. yy a
an excellent ; in existence ", .Irtl 1111('. New D.... heard mamma saying to Ethel that The \latest product cf science 1 Is VELVO.Laxative Liver Syrup, purely vegetable, gentle ..
nowrndhasn't saved him. A few tea- relIable' and of a pleasant, aromatic taste. Volvo .acts on the Over, as well aa on the .
a year : : been cevery would( have cough, while persistent everything depended on the: way in stomach and bowels, and Is of the greatest possible efficacy. in constipation Indigestion, 'd E,

pinched*by the police yet.Puck.NATO : spoonful ends routs a late obstinate coughs, expel. which she played her cards tonight. lllousnes3 I) sick headache, feverishness, collc, latulence, etc. Try VP t 'noticb eI

use heals week sore lungs, Auburn Citizen.

LLY: :: : stubborn feel sure colds its or II Godsend to humanity," un iIA LAXATIVE
"I >
lorton, Columbia; Mo."bur ;. p
Emil ,
write. Dln consumption today There I'GO real need of tiny one Molt( ; ..' ,
boIteportel'-I have ;ihere sir, I 1 weuld have !)
believe .
n reme d 7, roublep with constipation. Chamberlain'! "
a human ;Salamander l who It 1 bad not used this great Tablet. will cause an agreeable movement : <'v
( satisfy, and you can get C L U ,
trolive to I
; '"ithoutVdficomfort in 'a Ha guaranteed or 110 cents or ,tOO size At ot the bowel without any unplesnnt t. LIVER SYRUP"N'0. .. '..,A,.
4temperature ot 300fdegren"e., a tree trial botte Give them t,trial. For sale br-All de /or. ... "I'
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A r. oUntlrt Make. S.rlo.) of ExpaHmanto Life SaverIn
e1errr.k DI..r". 'hewing How IneeoU n...

1C. B. Oborek, Hou'b.P.oblare.rJ.t. son Thing Out. .
sod Ira MandT ao tl .. m. sod I p. m a letter from Branch- JOB

L. U. Cb.pv Sohool H., Pftiior.tfftbbstb 10 a. .m. W. N. Hh .t., Experiments are continually being land, W. Va., Mrs. Eliza.beth ,

0uu.riot.nd.nt. made to teat the memory of animals Chapman says: "I :
_',, VV oUD.ll.n"'In. Tburadaf me.'I1 nlfht M Tuesday such at the olephnnt, the dog, suffered from womanly' .

olbti" MrorTtWoordlftlly luvlt d.Hsptltt Eke ball ; but it would seem a thank- troubles nearly five years. "t
ten to ascertain whether All the doctors in the coun- PRJNTJ: (
+''c Cburcli-Pr..cbln, eyer,.2nd ty did me no good. I took: 4 4'Creates
.r and 4th HondftT. It... liftitnr.pftitor.Mibbdth the ant has a memory. Nevertheless .
and now I am entirely .
llftwk ,
;', tfoboollO a m.. V. U. a scientist in South America '
S erint.n..nt. well. I feel like a ,
Wednesday nlghU.Offloc think h. has succeeded. Isolatingtwo 1< ,
r.yer M.atng new woman. Cardul saved ... '. '" ... j
of the largest specimen of tropical my life! AH who suffer' .... ,;_ fok., '. ,- '
'c,;' ........ Dlr......'. ants be could find! he so ar- t from womanly trouble ; :a;.", '<, .

r opt Uundftvi.hours 7(80( s. m. to 7:00 |I' m,| .< ranged their! receptacle that they f \r=';0 ,.,' good.- impres-'!

Cast-bound mall'close. at 10:90 a.m could get no food without climbing trial" ,lion. "among'::your Corresporiderits -'
.' W.*bound. wall: oloioi at ftilO p.m. over a circular slant Into another JB j
It,t, Hftll from Vernon err'ves' rt. 10 a m.. compartment. Over this slant, when i t "and helps
r, end leaves on arrival of the east bound
j' mall. the food was not there, he placed a I Take: : to ,give'-your'business' ; i
:/,. Sunday bourse lltM m., to ittto p. m., crimson cord and the ants Very soon ,,", '

:,4 oOlo Monty U open Orders, except issued. Mundrys..i at all hours. when learned to interpret the signal andnever ,prestigc'. '.' .,. :....., .;' ? 4 '
to climb it. '- ', :- : '
P MOllKLL P. M attempted over The Woman's Tonic -
after time that there .", "
Thinking, a "J.. .. :( .
our.InkMs. !.*. might be something in the color, 50 years of proof have. -. \

UARMidi and H ml-weekly Atlanta. which repelled them automatically, convinced those who tested i

Journal, per year 11.7ft.! M the bull is affected unpleasantly 1 it, that Cartful quickly relieves -, Me.Do Neat PrimTh3asonable

World IlAMNRn, per and year Tbrlonw, fl.on. elc New York by red, he replaced the red cord by aches and pains due, 8 8to 4 : ,

IUMNRR and Heml.weakly 'r/mes/ .1'n! cords of varying colors, always with womanly weakness,and r|

n and UltUan, par :rear, 160. the same result after the ants had helps nature: to build up "J -A! ..;... : ] Pr
D....."cud Horn and Farm/ par year made a few excursion over the weak women to health and ,. ,:; l ..
'1..". slant and back Then : .:; ::.; :, J ,
..". ...-.-..'.- .- ---.". ..,. .. .... come hungry. strength. Thousands of j : : .
he tried plain cloth and even paper, women have found Cardul : .': ,\' t.., ..: 1'
; General Directory. but the result was Ipvariably the to be a real life .saver. : -,., '. .
Si'- STATE! OFFICIALS. same. After a number of trials the Give vus\ next
Why not test it for your .- your or j
fats refused to climb the slant when
Uovernor-Albar W. Uilrrbrlst.
of Finally case? Take Cardul today! : and we will dive p'satisfaction. I
Secretary of In.-II. CUv Crawford. there was any sort "signal. you

Attorney Ueneral-" Tark Trammell. .the scientist reversed the signal I
_. .. feet, t j"
food the slant
Com AgrlouUure-U.. K. MeLln. having beyond =--- ----- ------ ----

Tr.allafer-Wm V. KnotU only when it was visible; and afteran" FOOD' TASTERS AT FEAST. making: 'you one of ;

,.t? Nupt'Public Iiutruoilon-. M Hollo infinite number of trials the ants '

way accommodated themselves to the The sixteenth century feast was around regular-customers.,

..Comptrollar. a Croom. change. of precautions. The table. ...,t ). '
SbaoklefordCblet ....'..'. .i- :.::.:
Supreme Court-:Thou ,U laid, the pantler at once tasted the .
,;;''' .
Joittoat M. It: Mabrv,Cler ? It Is well known that ant more than out* bread and salt as a preliminary '" '" "
RatlroadUommlsston-U.Hudson Hurt ease of rbeumoUHiu ten rl'Cllllres'l1n1 "feeler." Then : lord washed in y'I: I
Chairman! RjU. Dunn Clerk. 'ntemal treatment whatever. All thnt i* my .: ', '-- '. .
water tested for and dried
Judge Ant judicial clroult-J... Kmmatt needed I. a freo .'application Obftmbcr* poison THE111J
,n,, Wolfe, nacola. ittin'a Liniment and m.o.*Kl 'K the part' at with a towel already .kissed as 8 : : .: : :: : :
It-nnil bow like. "This the while each 'c- ,, .
State BolloUsr fleet Judicial circuit-. aoh appllostlou. Try Itecl quick precaution. ,
.c,' : L. Wllaon.U. IjT It will rtllova the pain and sons ness. dish'of the first course,, then on th

Sold by-All Dealer*. dresser, was.being tasted by the stewards CfI1L13Y-BALR: r 3' :

.8. LAND OFJTICE OFMCJAW' ; and cooks under the direction: oj: I '

b. S, Chubb RefUtar' ,Oalnoavllla' Tla, PRAYER FOR A PREACHER the sewer. The dishes then came to ., .
Shields Warrell, Reoelver. O.'n..UI.' After the high "table and "assaye" was xrT
Peroration and FerventPrayart I taken by the carver and the sewer Chipley, fS
Must Have Mad Newcomer .
WASUINOTON COUNTY OFFIC1cR Wine himself. :Npthing: was left ,to chance. .. I

a. Circuit' Cl rk-\Y.C. Looker.VoM'DOD. Pieces were chipped .from each loaf
Oouoty Jud *-.I.A.Uu.o"*.oa V.rwow. and
After a session of the New Yorkconference corners from all meats. Pie
Sbartfl-C U. AU....Chipley.
of the Methodist were broken and "cornets" 'oi
Episcopal open
Tnuurer-II. B.Ttltar, Vwraoa.Tax
AMwor-J. WUt..., ChlpHyTax church the Ber. Dr. Francis L. bread dipped into several places and -
rl oUotO&or-W.. Ut.wr. Keonkaa. Vilaon pastor of the First church swallowed by the tasters. Granted High Class Saw Millj :Winery i ,

Bupi. Pubbo J..anacUo.-B.F Ualwsrwuaau Ia Yor'era. says that a certain the well-being of these tasters, the ,

Hup ,11OI'. of RegietrsuowJ, N. charge on the Newburg district was feast could then proceed. and We 410 cart II,( ujew"warehouae.'WS't.t..4.1arke stick of

t-tlumona, Ur anh ad.Couatv left to be supplied with a minister by S.. Portablecomotive hi unary Engines;Lo-

I' UiOl\oI'-. D. Vsrmlchs..1.Chlpler. 1. the district superintendent, no appointment A"t>r"lncil ankle tany >>. a rule be curedIn Boilers pS K wntal Planer Return, Edgers Flue,

having been made"by the from three to four days by applying Saws, Belt! .NUl Supplies;also
t County Sury yor-Tho*. Collins Cary bishop. For several Sundays the Chamberlain's Lln/anent and observing the 1 '' engine an Jill repair. We also
..... 'vll.'I.. directions wltb e w!l bolt'e.! For sale by- handle the< tted:: line of HCJST-
'. little church was without a preacher, Al1l>1ttoll'r a. ,..., J, : LEK, TA TVANCE. AMRER.
+e Vouaty Commleelonars: but finally. one arrived. In expectation ...,L" .... ICAN an XACH Saw Mill,
a. J. T. illfhtowar. Chairman, Vernon of his coming the ERIE, L J"? TAYLOR and I
A.C. Ullbnrt Cblpley.S CAUSE OF DEATH. SOUTHERN Engines and Boilers* PERKINS Sh Machinery.; Spearlcea .-
U Davia, Wauaau. wag larger than usual. clal Stave Machinery Turpentine Plants. *1 '. I ILar
< J. U. Porter NIU.m., : Sitting in the pulpit with the new "Ned" Yoveny of the Fifth Ward -e..tock carried for immediate Shipment. Q< '. betore buying. I
? ? Ik. F. Gunn, Seals! Ro... arrival was an elderly local preacher. We can save you money. A postal will bring our./ ; I I
Democratic club, Somerville, was in Write for.literature co'Verlngyour: special requiresMocHIrtei
; School Board t He waa called to make tho
Jk B. Rush Chairman,Orange UIUS. the finely appointed rooms of that .Malsby : 'O.ivlllc.
.. opening prayer. Responding, he
body in Oilman the other
J. Ualixkr, Sk AlI4rew. square '
made fervent .408 ,& 410,8., tfy St. JoelTelefihone Florida.Here's .
a appeal remarkablefor
W. F. RWM, Varaoa.CUIPLSY night telling all about Bill Some- Pl.t..o N T4.
ita extreme length and ita pero- body-or-other's death. It went thus; -- -. > ,--_--
& CITY O..IClA.t.S.N.orA. cation, which ended with these Bill had been quite a rounder and -

+', D.l'UaPMlI.lIan..tJob. words:.And now, O Lord, we pray had died hard. After they were certain
Roberts :thee to abundantly*bless the euperiih that the breath had left his a Good SlcSRS for
Work and-'ant'-W. W. Cook.
tendent of our '
Council-A. D. Carmteaaal., chnlrmaa, Sunday school and body Mrs. Bill summoned the under fll&f'
C. B,DMA*.... K.UeO+&ea7,C. K.Tarp I the Sunday school itself. Blesa all taker. She selected a modest casket
W.o. 8.\1,",..If'. who may be sick bereaved or otbvr- : for Bill had not been over-provident. ,a Bigger 'l\lld BetterlBfrlsiiiesa.'f ; .

S. ---,- -- --. '-;'-'-- '-- rise afflicted. Pour out thy Ness.inga Then. the undertaker asked: ............ ......
on this church, and may it pro.per. .- .. "What kind of trimmings shall we > j
4 Bless we pray thee, thy serves give him?"* DON'\ COCK: THE WAY! ''
The Banner nt who will minister .'
us today. "None if I know it," was her I
Give him strength to do thy will and terse rejoinder. "That's what he Move-as'fastaa- the procession-rror no'1'Take the

stay he preach to us a sermon thatwe died of.-Doston Traveler. '' '* make (
have never heard before. pace of the fcompaoyyou are in or ,yjf for the man
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Fla. .". fSs J
ClHpley < "
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behind. \" ," (
Staads fw 1M Lk .f' "
Mr. Niggard: ; sorry to say TU awful |h..t of Injuries on a fourth of Don't. .stand'iD the way of new ideas. : on't.pause in the

dear that July at"g'Q..llllnu\"I'1 Sot over: against/ it Don't dowaJLon. tbe (
Chlplcy regarding-- r birthday horr, U too Wonderful bOl\II11IC, by path of better. system. settle ladder of

gift I promised! you' -er--diamonds inekl"">* Arnta Salve,of thousand, who Muccens. :Dont he a barnacle on the ship. o eS8"Ghl1nlleneans .
'ter Washington County !at* up in price now, higher than I nffomt tram burn, e"U, bruMea, bullet
can afford-** wound*or xiitalsloits.. Its'the quick baal, "" ****&

Xad Florida; Mrs. Niggard-Tea. it la disappointing **of boll,, ulcer, wxtmit,aura Up or pllusR7cte r i proffress. Progress,N rneansadvancement, '
R. 0b1. n '
vMra. ,
NiwTa-Yew Itti too tdthai r. 'Advancementmeans, movement
SHsait1ee. $1 I Per Yew.XrUaUo jouTl hr to pay more than EXPERIENCE CO YEARS .. '

r you' cam afford, a DON'T, BLOCK' THE WAY. : ,, t

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VsT sHl ......Mk Meg.% IsTWr fMKSAasavtexis lia..ra I J(, at Lat. ..... prow kcv COfI.oHTe wad n.. ,rNWN&i,2Mer'Mlt 0.a..A.t.n Notary Public State at taree.AHbnalncan Ep.Collectloney 1I! .
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?' ie'said, but their report bora mainly that that was not a brother's kiss, (Q.G..G.G.Q$ GQQt) .... 7j

,'.\::.(:',: .: ,,! upon the progress made by the older little girl "d \

: '. folks in their preparations for their The angry flame in her face was : ;

etr', softer 'I .
marriage. ,superseded by a glow. "

4r r;" "It begins to look as if we shall "Does that make it any less heinous We. E- enc.
; .:EI"de ',s. simply stand aside without a pro- ?" he asked. : .,

: test and let them marry each other." She was silent. I ,

i'PI; .,...;."::'. "., said :Miss Mason'' dolefully one eve- "Does it?" he persisted. ,, I /::)

p. 'nnjr when the wedding was not far ICYes; far. less," was her murmured "
< D' ; i:T : "find all because neither of us reply.
fDWIRD INQry i :; 4 .
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I '"iWiripTicourt"!''' to Ml +hfma "And shall we soon follow the es.

few truths they are both old, cellent example our elders set for 30e

". enough to know,", she added spite- ns?" he asked, taking her in ..his .1 '. I' 24e

.I.' John :IfacWilliams ''Jr. fully. arms. $1 U -h' W"
was deep
"" ly engrossed "0, come now," said :MacWilliams.: "Yes big brother' she almost ,.. .
:1 in a set of plans and It
: specifications when : "They are not committing a crime. whispered, "Isn't it terrible that --.. ---j---.t. '''' '- ..
-a boy oj I I
his office. / Don't you think sometimes, that we we ever thought of interfering with ,!-- 'U'1.\.-.... .

., are a mite selfish in our attitude those two old dears?" S 3 .'''H \ .,-..,.... \_...., .. ...... ."_..u .
"Lady to Bee you, sir" announced ,,, : ,,,,, _
the youngster, 'a card upon toward them? Isn't it true, after "On the contrary, it's a blessingthat .. Ii .......-,. '_'-'''_,4 --i.--. "" 4" ... ",.,',.,..,,' ."'...... ..__'.__-____.-."-..
! the blue print which his employer all, that aside from our prejudices, w$ did; for it brought me- U ,

i was the match is a desirable one in every yon," was his answer.--Ncrr York

' .In scrutinizing.a moment ,the" owner of the particular? Remember they are ", .: Just a word Farmers and Fence Builders: :::

'i card not in their dotage;, 'they are justin
appeared She '
!,was & comely HE COULDN'T AGREE. '
the of life. Neither has
: young person garbed in a tailored prime wouldn't 0 Having made. a deal for Ten Car Loads t
yet reached fifty. They
and possessed of 'the 'attractive Come" said Brown must
combination ,of golden hair and .be> rash in anticipating" many happy admit that the :meat eater is more of the Best American Steel Wire Fence, wee '
brown" eyes. years"John together.MacWilliams I" exclaimed virile than the vegetarian, more commanding in position to make C
0' are better
o d morning, MISS Mason 1" moreimpressive and more you prices 0
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exclaimed the girl. "Whatever has come.over 0 >
MacWilliams he dictatorial." \
placed as you'? You talk as if you were in : 0 than ever before. U
a chair for her. "What i. "I-I'm afraid I can't quite agree $$ I
'favor of it.
brings you into a where with 'the 0 O
region prosaic you, said ,other man.cCYy ,
"I amhe admitted shamelessly. ,
Be sure you see us before buying wirez
... industry holds sway? wife is a 'vegetarian.'t 0 ,0
"A rather '.'I know it sounds, like rank heresy;
difficult errand Mr
MacWilliams '" she bu,; I have thought it over, and I 'I I elsewhere. It means money saved. :
nervous WHY IT SUCCEDS. ,
ly"To wish to say that I am glad it is 7
come to the point, father I 0 U.
going to happen.
told me last night that he has become .
"Would you mind telling me Because It's for Oue Thing Only I 1
engaged to your mother." Chiplev Hdw. Co. Sk.
? she asked
"Whew I Nothing slow about why coldly. .. and Ohipley People .

your father, is there? But then they "Because Janet, it will make you ate This.Nothing APpreCi-j $

both had the advantage !of previous my little sister. I never had a 'sister can be'good everything. ..o. .. ... .__ .
and the idea of for .on .
experience. Mother haan't'seen fit getting'you Doing one thing well brings succes. -'-- .._- --

to break: the news to me yet," one is mighty pleasing." Dontyouwant 'DoaTi'a Kidney Pills. are for one., I. NOTICE FOR! PUBLICATION I II

"Well, they've done' it and I've me for a brother? thing only. II. Dopiitrroent of the Interior, ;I NEWBarberShop.
/ The girl pondered deeply over For weak or disordered kidneys. U. H. Land Oltico o.tll1alnf\svllle. Florida. .............'
come to sell what'you think we Junes, 1013,
i Here Is reliable evidence of 'their N6ttco Is hereby given that'
ought to do Ashlp.yI1'rcpr
about it""I this."Of
> course I do, John," she said I worth.I' I'I'I I !\ of Fountain. I'lorlda, who, on
don't I Dwemlwr ,
,that 13 191O rondo HomoBtnad En
see we do
can .
any F. Pelt, Bonlfav, Fla., "I
finally, "I've always wanted a feays try Serial, No. 07li( !7, for N} thing said :Mac Williama'dubious brother consider it a pleasure to confirm, the I I NM of :hr&. Section 18Township 1 north .
so badly, and I feel that you Rang 12 west, Tallahassee i.wnII!'e ae19t1y 41f1
ly. "In, fact, :,I'm rather inclined to jpubllc. statement I gave three years Meridian,
will make a splendid ,big brother; I '; bus flied notice of Intention to make Final
say that your father has displayed declare I feel almost reconciled to ago recommending\ Doan9 Kidney Commutation proof, establish claimto T. H. CALLAIIAN Propr.I .
the land above described, before the
excellent taste. must' admit how- Pills The,benegt this remedy brot
Clerk of the
father's Circuit Court at Vernon,
marrying now.
ever, that I am not enamored of in my family at that time has been Florida on the ITLli day of July. 1013. have just opened a barber
the' idea The wedding day of the older permanent. Doan'sl: of
mother's marrying folks and after !Mctjtmtw'. JamfH A. l\IC( lIo.IlUP, S. C. shop in the Defde old building, on
again; came, being married relief from pains In the back and other/: I I !Mercer, William. Nelson, all of Fountain! corner west of First Nat. Bank"
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amid much pomp and ceremony distressing symptoms of kidney com Florida!
"That's just the way I feel aboutit Henry H. Chhbb, and will of
they departed on their honeymoon, plaint. This remedy made a marked Ed fee pd. Register, appreciate a share
agreed the girl engenly. "Yout'mother's blissfully unaware of the, fact that Improvement In health and Mioroughly your barbering trade. I guarantee -

'8 lovely woman. No one their thankless had convinced ua of its ferlts." NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. to give satisfaction '
offspring you
Department the Interior,
can deny'that; and if this thing For sale by all dealers Price SO i U. 8, Laid OIllCR at tialncsvllle\ MorJciu. '

must be done, I am glad it is to cent Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, : Juno/ 1013. Shave lOc.Ctt .
Notli'o Is hereby given that her hPrt O.
be she-but, somehow, when I thinkof New York, sole.agents for the United I, McQuaaKo of Fountain; Florida, who on Hair 2ao.

another taking mother's place, I States. i I iecelnher14.1010. made Homestead EnI : -
I I try :Serial No. 07770. for NKM: :Section 18,
just.can't reconcile myself to it.** Remember the name-Doan'a--and :i Township north.. Jtanze 12 west, Talla-

"I take no other. :I haascc Jlhl'ld 1u.1I. has Illnd notlco of Intention
understand he said .
gently."I _. I to maim Fluul Commutation R. P. SCARLETT
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feel the same way. about my I proof. to pstablltih claim to the land abovedescribed ,
'I! before the Clerk: of the Circuit
father.' WE DO Court at Vernon, Florida, on the 17th dayof Notary Public.
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"Do think then that 1013.Claimant
you we .
: names as witnesses: H.: C.
might take some actio ew'l'Tf Mercer, Ashley Mercer, John A. Me- Real :Estate Handled. '
HJLL J( Quawr"' Angus McQiiauK< all of Fountain :
4 Florida, Collections a: specialty.' ,' .
was her hopeful question."Yees ri BADS l: I II1JADM i|i Ilenfy S. Chubb ,
I Ed fen pdNOTICE. Register Office in First National Bank.
we might attempt something SOT is : "

," was his deliberate answer; 1IKAUSSTATEMENTS ,IltiJSINESS IFNViLO1'8: I Department FOR PUBLICATION.of the Interior. '

"but I've always understood Miss 1IY'Uc \ U. H Land Olllco. at Gainesville. I'lorlda.' A. w'., tiv: rTise:
1T I' CAKD.x I June 8, 1013. I
love "
that .in the '
Mason messing Notice 1 It>) hereby given that James A. Attorney and Counsellor at Law ,
affairs of others is likely to bring CIRCULARS IPAMPiLLETsMILL McQuagire/ / of Fountain, Florida, who on ,
I Dec'mber It, 14UO. made Homestead Entry Bonifay Fla.
more discomfort to the messers thanit COMMISHAUY' JserlalNo.077U). for NVVif! Section 18, ,
does to the messees. However, Township 1 north, Hanpu: west, Taila- Office in Lindsev Building.
IUfcCKSUEOEIPT8. 1 CIIEC 'i,, hassee Meridian, baa fiud notlco Of Intension ,
since out wishes in this matter run | to make Final "Uommutl.tJonproot -0-
I will if .I do DRAFTS !i to establish claim to this land above :.i.'Prompt, personal serviceto
parallel, .see can any"thing N described, before the Clerk. of the Circuit
with mother." WEDDING VISITING Court at Vernon, Florida! on that 17th clients. '
day of July/ 1013.
After a, week had elapsed Mac- INVITATIONS G CARDS ; Clalmartnames; ns w'tm-ssej!' : H. C.

'. ..' Williams ventured:to'call: on her. I I Mercer, Ashley Mercer, John A. MeQnaKffe -. .
I A. (G. .'
Angus McQuaRKe all of Fountain McQuagge :
".. :;,i ,"Well," she d*. : Florida. .
:*, ::1'.* 'rweur' he also asked c TO Henry S, Chubb, '"\
laep Ed tee !pd. Register.YoEIrHoIiie'Paer Notary Public

';)II p ,:,./'Did. you-?': :'both began, and Has Taken M. 25 Year to Acquire .__ 0' .. 0 .. ___-. '._ __.. o._._____ .__ I "
," then1 their langlter"overcame';} them. a Sister." I State at Large.

:,,':''Y.t'"To be' franknv:;:I' didn't," he con. -

'''' had:'an'excellent schemed to prevent i it. That eve- .
'',,f ssed.crr,, : opportrinity .
-''*'. "', too. 'Mother"'.:told me about ning John called upon Janet. ,' Both IRA A. HUTCHISON. '

)'Iit4, {the night"after: you came to "Good evening little sister," was 1 Attorney at Law.

"".;; ,./the4: ,',office.. .Instead .:;of; trying to ., his greeting. 'and tor the Office at Vernon, JFla. ,
I'll "How do you do, big brother? / Price ,
'.;'"throw cold water: on her plans, -

:,'. ":,; bej'blessed if I< didn't: find myself "Say that again, will you," of Will practice In Circuit Courts' ot

";:*:\s> 'murmuring, congratulations. "And now stand here in front.of The PensaGola Journal J One Florida and the Federal Couits. I ,
*' '. and let look at ; he com
:'f':' "l& .bliesrblason, I very ,much ..Leartith'atI.8ha1 me me you

j<;; ,be. able l ;.to do but littleiicthis1case. manded, after she had said it. "It FRANK MAYB3.. Editor DR. R. E. TILLER.

U mother Is has taken me twenty-five years to
This is to be the notable in ,
? going most
know and nat- year
{ capable( \woman who ; ,knows_ just acquire a sister, you ;
/ make that the American or Florida Politics. You, of course, wantto .
a;i!; whatf'ahe"is I about'When,my ,father'diedthe urally I want to sure Chipley, Florida

;'A '.' .toot hold of.hifl great busi- goods is up to sample." keep poste You can do this by taking your local Office over First Nafl Bank..'""; ," .. U. U

pees '(*wv-,not only.held it ,intact, but "It certainly is," he Continued, town paper and one outside paper. Here is the propo- '" .

.:i,',.r extended i it, : it until.I'had been trough : after an admiring inspection. "Tho sition: (". \ .

''"'/(" ; I good Lord was generously inclined REGULAR COMBINATION U'wi
up and>ained to fljl.his place.t'Slieueverwsets.outo'do'a U PRICEl PRICBr Orion Lodge, No, 40, '.:
little girl- "
when were born, ..
$ thing you '
F. A. M : ( -
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until'eh basestowed'due! consider- and now for a brotherly kiss-' Your, local paper c. . .$1.00"( year. f' f'Re"lar .
and she } a. months $2.50 Second ; ,
Communication .
when, she does set There was a struggle, .
'..' 1, ::putt"ebe atioifupon'"lti,,ita,/but'splendid',, :example insingleness sprang away from him with her The Pensacola Journal (. Oa;!Ij ) $5.00 j '3' months. $1.25 each Saturday month.and Fourth Frldy, night';; k Ism.,", ;.

r')'I" of purposed: She is set cheeks aflame. Your local paper. ? .- ... : .$1.00 l1 year : $1.50'The VisitingBreth'ern cordially Invited/.' ?" '
little make- W. L W IM. .
:.l U, upon...this marriage; and: -r confess '!I "That is carrying' our" she said half Pensacola Journal (Weekly! ) $1.00 \ 6 months. .75c'The W.V.. JONES; Sec. TAYLOR '

:;, haven't,the:nerve to turn her aside. believe too far, John,
5* ', } the same in half in sorrow.rtIf you Pensacola Journal le) not only Weef Plorldi'i leading ,
,; ; 1.l "My report la" much anger amity, hut It )Is regarded by many ee the most pronounced ndvo.MM I. O. O. P. NOTICE. '
I don t
U, admitted the,girt.I"I impty do not are going to act that way, of Progressive Democracy In Florida, It* editorial policy

"'.1;4I' ow "aw' go.; about ,dissuading think I shall like you in the role of la vlooreua and Independent its news .eervle la complete, and Hejufvertlelng Until further notice'
column ar* clean.
Chipley Lodge No.56
: mother. He brother.

.,;,il:;' |er fare doe He:'Ia'thuag is; like.'yqu, jittout..think. "And I am quite certain I shall1 You can get this special price now, which'appliesto I.each O. O.Monday F., will at 7:00 p.' m.. .

.'.""Ii( csrefutlp'upo ; 1..'" ,,,:, ,,:: ;', not' like the role," he replied. iI paid-in-advance subscriptions only,, by sending By order of, the Lodge ":',i
to yknrsenses. ,
"" SaotiYilliemg"a'; ;otheu' calla "I am glad you have come the to home, '
: \ ( ; ;: t: :: money your paper. *X' v "W. V. McQtrAOOE, N..G.r .
'' Jfjllit bias r1. "pi'ngiveea: JK' f S... 0''. JUDSON, Secy. ', ,. ..
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Bhiffh-! School Teachers Elected., .........n,.! ....,...........'..I..IJ.,.................. V"'.';" "',,")I", '

].1 I Personal. IT I- The Trustees of ,the Chhipley ] Town Topics. .[ '" .,,.....", ..! ''i' '.

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High School held a meeting Tuesday MOSTANY ,.. ."
Schedule! of morning and elected the Let our graduates' remember ;1',;'i/;' ,

B. C. 6k. St. A. Resttroesd.. teachers for the 191 -13 term of that when we leave the school life _" ,. :!:,I' ',

EffectiY March II, .'..1. school. we eater the life school. ,'_':,".''J', "-"'

Going No.1 Hou"b. 6tatloo. I 4 olna ,. The principal ofthe, school has, We are glad' tp note that J. .J. t .- ,t., ir f'v f-:''r l '
not yet been elected, but 'will be BANK', '11'. '''1' 'f,
Ar. wife"who i
Lv. 11:00 a.m. ChlpleJ 5:00 p.m. Stokes'and his have '" ;:m "'I- '.,
11:33 ".m. Wausau 4:27 p.m. in' a short time. i'4 ..
fI been'quite ill, now improving' .. "
Ure8nbeacl 4:00 are :
12:02 p.m. p.m. : \ 1fan
12:06 p.m. Riverilide 3M p.m. The teachers selected are as '.' ,,'" ;l. '!'. t<\.,,,,f "
fI' 12:48 p.m. Vicksburg &:13 p.m. follows The auction sale of lots last : I ; '.' -' \ "(;

Ar. 1:00 p.m. Hout.bwrli... ,. aoo' p.m. L v. :Mrs.:W. C.,Lockey, 1st Asst. Thursday was fairly well attended handle your business after. a fashion:;4wb, 9.;g:_a t" i .;' .
and understand 30 ;.,.j : 4iii .; '
we about : 1
Nella Wells
Miss 7th grade. '
J. M. Ousley and wife spent When, ta.m ; i:: ." .
Miss Annie Judson, 6th-grade.' lots was sold. ,times are good and money easy.!; Varea s,1 :, '
Sunday in Pensacola. ," j \ .,-" :
Miss Ethel White, 5th grrde. Judging by the width of .some feell the \\i :
Mrs. G. M. shopping and tight you .\ 1
Myers was hard money ,1. : :
in town Saturday.J. Mrs. Collins 4th grade. ;. of the -skirts we ..see the dry ,..ftf f1t ." ", J

: Miss Alma Langston' 3d grade goods stores must selling very 'need' of, business cobnecttotr? .th .a :t'1f", 1T..:t.. ?>,, .',;" ,; f
a "
B. Glen Jr. made a business Miss Anis Home, 2d grade.! little cloth these days. t I 1'1';,')"'.. \1 'jit>"l't "\ ".;,tI

trip down the B. C. Monday. Miss Gallic 'Hentz, primary department Reliable Bank :;'f':> '.... :
An train and
inspection passed over Strong '
t Big :: t l\J -r. ,.
first division. ; .
W. O. Wells was over from Al- the P. &A. Friday. The party >> *>' :J<" '' ;'', .'.,.' '
ford and spent Sunday and Mon- Miss Janette Campbell primary t credit: Ir .\)? :-;; ,
department second division. !spent' Thuysday night 'here t Do your banking business and make your ;,. ) ? .,
guests at the Chipley Hotel. I
day.A The Banner" is of the opinion I, ,( : '' :
Bank in :
Sessomswas, over from Bon- t good with the strongest ;
that the teachers 'thus elected Some half dozen or more couples I It

ifay and spent the day here Fri- will, with a thoroughly compe- of the young people spent Washington County. : ft f---:: ::i.::
day. t ;: ,
tent and progressive. principal Tuesday on Holmes creek i in the ,; ., ,
of Wbittington's -- ,: it'. ',i. ;I ,i {.;.,.' ," I
Sheriff Allen spent a. .day or be the strongest faculty the Chip-: neighborhood '.. '.4' 'l":" I

two at Panama City first of the lev High.School has ever had landing picnicing and fishing i (?). t Bankof ::' :; :?:.t. ,
week The First National .'.... :
; and we predict a most prosperous 'f 1
They are having high old times ..' ,.54)! r.w. ,,".t7 .1..,
Dr. Wilson was called to Bonn school term under at the Chicago Convention, but. up Chipley.] >"w"r" .,,_... ;;0." ..."!t'})'

tay Monday morning' to see.! a agement. to the time of going to press we .. f,,:, A'jjr( "
patient.J. have not learned if a nominationhas : ; ( :
A good ioke is told on an editor ,; ,:'' '1.
been made. Both of' the

transacted. Edwards business of Grand in the Ridge city who went out to report, a partyat didates claim they will be nominated can-- to..c:!...........................,.... I.............. ............' '._
home blessed with
a recently a
Friday.- but President Taft seems
baby, as follows: lIe met bis
have the advantage. Editor Smith of Slocomb Ala., Rub-My-Tism will cure you.
,A. D. Carmichael returned last hostess at the door, and.after the
week from a several days trip to salutations, he ask the baby's ,The friends of Rev. R..c.Wit- I was one of the visitors here last Anewsbipmentobuggiesandharness '' f--i-; :.
the Ba>. health. The lady-.who was quite liams were' much disappointed f Thursday, and a caller at The at Dunn-Coleman Co's.ffi; ;: ; :, ;.' : -

E. N. Everitt Jr., was up from deaf and 'suffering with the that he did not get here to hold Banner member office of the band Bro. Smith which was furn-a Campbell & Dekle Co..are :pay, .' ?, "",r' ':
his still for a few hours Saturday grippe, thought he was asking services at the' Mothodist. churchas ing 50c per pair for old shoes'V!' ; ; : : WijvM: ( :
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auction sale of
ishedmusic,, at the .
after her cold aud answered that was announced he would in ;yt.: ::'-, < ( ,
afternoon. : .
and screens'going. -
Sash doors, ,
although' she usually bad one last w ekts paper. We have not ':' ';,,,
Miss Eva Alford spent several the time at Dunn-Colemari'.Cp.: .
every winter, this was really learned what detained him from F. Fillibgim, who has been ,

days last week at Bonifay, the the worst one she had ever..had; filling the appointment.. carrier R. F. D. No.1 out ot Get up to' that hat 'counter at '- ; "

guest of friends.. it kept her awake at night a good Chipley almost since its establishment Campbell & Dekle'Co's.. and get',""'

Miss Nellie Kelley of Marianna. deal. and first confined her to bed. Exhaustive articles about the has secured a transferto you a bat; tbey are cheap; '

visited with friends here Sat- Then noticing that the news- high cost of living must be real R. F. D. No. 5, out of Grace- of., '
amusing to the farmer who raises You are invited to partake ;
urday and Sunday.H. paper man was getting' nervous ville. He will move his family to ,
she said that she could tell bv his his own meat, his 'own fowls the good things on the Bargain

M. Felix of Panama City looks that he was going to have I his own grain his own vegetablesand that place this.. week.. Counter. 'at the Misses 'Richard, :

sign' writer and scenic painter, one just like ber's.: his own eggs and butter. r son's., ; '- .'
is .. .. Fresh Crackers .. ', ; .
here foa a tew days. Tbere are many of this kind in every ."
Quite a serious automobile accident week at Schell'sWhy Drop in and see those..Blue: '
Miss Zena Willis of\ Panama Washington 'county, but not
Serge suits'atCampbell'&-De'kleCo's.
occurred DeFuniakone
City, was the guest' of friends evening last near week. There enough. not earn $5 to $25 daily? .; they .are ,severaldollarscheaper ;' .
here several days last week. Others do it with -our new specialty.
were four in the car, but alt es- A new postal card is out which Send for booklet. than elsewhere.
Chipley SpecialtyCo.f .
Mrs. W. D. Peters and child \
caped serious injury except one. says; "Yonr Enemy is Your Box 264 Chipley, Fla. White House Shoes cost no ""*
ren left Wednesday for St. An- Mr. Bowers Campbell"liad his leg Ereind Who Stings You Into Ac- .
Other merchants talk more than other'shoes!'!, but they
drews several may .
to spend weeks.J. broken. The; of the accident tion," and few people who have
cause better.
about handling the best shoes are Get a pair from Williams
W. and the rubbed elbows with The world
Callaway daughter, was car running over
made; but there is only one BEST & Helton.
Miss Janie, left this week for two cows lying in'the road. will question its intense veracity.We .
and that is Star Brand Shoes and -
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Panama City to spend the sum- need a certain proportion of they are sold in Chipley only by DiSh s'an4-Gla
The city authorities have ar- enemies just as we need a certain T. L. Wells & Bro. at Schell's. -",' <'-";'. ,
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with H. Felix .
mer.Rev. r nered to paintan porportion of friends; our enmey, .' '
Clyde was over
attractive sign advertising indeed, is a valuable person, for "
from.Marianna. and held the'usu- Chipley, etc., which will be plac- without him we arein danger ofde2'e'n I am handling Ice in Chipley again this/season

al semi-monthly services at the ed somewhere near the depot, so rating. I will appreciate your patronage and: promise'

Presbyterian church Sunday. it may be easily read from the 1 .. J C E attention you the same I have courteous treatment and prompt

Mrs. M. J. Robinson and little cars. A splendid investment.The always given you heretafore.'

grand eon, J. Hall, of Pensacola .. Try our Pure Coffee; it A. E. Nowlin.Open .

are in the city spending sometime city is having' a good ,and is better. At Schell's.
with relatives and friends. substantial bridge' built 'across 8 to IO O'clock Sundays t;
Miss Della Coxwell of Montgomery the drain on south Third street.
Ala., came in Wednes- Heavy cypress timber is being ----

day afternoon for a short visit used and the bridge will no .
with her T. C. Jones. -
aunt Mrs. doubt last many years*

Miss Mary McLeod who has .. .

) been teaching near Marianna J. G. Mendenall has bought'the we want to show

: came home Saturday and is dray business of Ed Rat cliff. you
: spending some days here with ll
a'v.._--_wv... .
\ her mother.
Rub-My-Tism will cure you.,, -----------ww: __..,__
'I'' J. W. and J. M. Johns of the -
We want The
toseeyouatour.storDunnColeman Greatest
Line of Screen
J Doors
f Sexton neighborhood were in Co. and Windows

."', 'town Thursday looking' after
kt : business matters. They say the The square deal is b ing ,over-, Ever llhown Here. Fine Front Doors Sash '

in their section worked. and
t'-' crops are hardly ,
; 1'
<41. ordinary. Sash Weights. Kitchen Sinks] '
Wanted-To trade a l horse! for a Galvanize Pipe and "
fE i r,, J. B. Blackwell of SouthPort good' milk cow. -.A. Ti LANEY.

came up last week and went to Pipe Fitting. :-.: :.: ... ... ._. '.
All l manner of fishing tackle. :
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;- Hot Springs Ark., to take treatment -
for rheumatism. He cheap at Dunn-Coleman Co's.Star .

&,, accompanied by his brother in Brand Shoes' is the syno- _.. THATS FIT :FOR FISHING
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law. Dr, R. E. Tiller. ,
nim of "
z: .. ; comfortable sboes.-T.>. -- --- -
Nix Daniel, who has been- a Wells & Bro.Arbitrator. The Best Line of Fishing Tackle] Shown'] iir: '

student at Washington and Lee '
University for the past Flour, ; 80c Chipley in Many Years. / .
year, re- ... :: :
At.Schell's. : >
turned home Sunday. He will / ,
enter the law department of that '.
Y When want.fresh "
r ; you grocer- ,
University, next season. ies, 'delivered quickly: 'phone We
' ; ? Revs. Weaver and McCord Are Looking
yu.r'order! to Williams & Helton For YoijI:

+ .. who have been holding ,protracted .
Campbell Dekle Co. will
.. services .at various churches
":,. '" youSOc for your old shoes. A
'0" V in the Orange' Hill: circuit were O11flCO1maQ ; ,.
f.44: .,, ;v'r' ':' .Tf in town yesterday. They will pretty good' 'proposition, don't p :' (.h; Il '

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dt; r' ; ;,, .-:'' "day.tbe.30tb'jnst. they-will com- Mason, Fruit Jars pints \ A. 6. McQUA66E ., I '

' ,tf:,,: .,::are,.;;,': :raence a wee's'camp meeting atpr arid quarts' ;. 50c dozen' atSchell's. General 1 Mana ''r1: tr

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?, \Movement to Revive Ancient Practice Comes ,Next In Importance to Water,

it' (briber Iit fl Has Strong Backing In Eng- Light and Air aa ,Benefactor'

\ nah Society. .f Race.

O .' I Asonovement is on foot in Londonto Next in importance to the divine ,

;,'"dt! reVme from innocuous desuetude !profusion of water, light ""r.

.No. W, d' .. ",, ;-: ".' a custom which we only keep in remembrance those' three great physical $ J,2d ''

by the aid of the drama.A. which' render existence .

arbe 's 3 society bas been proposed which be reckoned the universal t:.. } Y

: <,' ",:, Will have any ;ta mission the bringingback of grass. Exaggerated by'
'' \ _' ',. of the wearing of the ready'- heats -and vapors to the ..;
"' .fv erything:'tJp:.toorrM. [.. not \for in sudden with its
9 .J .",'Jv, .. ; i'_, pier, only use cane congested .
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<. ;:.':'\;t15: quarrel or for the rescue of distressed secretion, or dwarfed by polar

,r .i, tiltrbuttingb. ,.., ':'Ewye.a25c.' damsel, but to xe-establbh to the fibrous hair of .nc ;v ccyle: in
; l.tnPQO"...,w u..... ',,ot+25c. .' : ;t.t Grade
the duel, 'to bring back as its advoCates tudes, embracing between .Spc;<.;
p, [, ;. v, ,,... ;..'v,2504 $3.00
u "d,(fc.s.taga.:, : !_,. .,,..-,,.,;..,'25c.. say, "the, good old times when tremes the maize with its give the finishing

every la<|jjhfld a cavalier and every pennobs, the rico plant of costume.. "

., ,. HcU' Your\ patronage'. cavalier -sward at his side, ready at swamps, the wheat, rye, any '

''; ,,.I :" Vsry; Respectfully any time to uphold her and his own and other cereals, no less i 'only cnc: of our. nc v patterns.

'' .". Pete' ,s;;.Propr.'Finn1:0R. honor." humbler verdure of the dealer. to show his styles 'of
It is claimed by the promoters that ture and prairie in the you

the revival of dueling in Englandwill zone, grass is the most. Brand Shoes. He should have

: be associated with the following tributed of all vegetable for
nil Crudes :at all prices men
a ,DE NTIT.Cr results: Better manners and more. it is at once the type of our 4 5 ,

', ', civility, the purity of the home; the the emblem of our mortality. for women< and children.

irldg-e ,Vfork, tI.. Specialty. practical abolition of divorce, a high in the sunshine among the

tRtC:: Gf&lu r .,NTLED.tt1r.ChiplegStateBank: er moral standard, less rivalry be- cups and dandelions of May, / DI4MOND BRAND

!t.ween the sexes, a :finer physical ly higher in intelligence
standard for all who fen minute tenants of
'I practice + that r ;
YorkeWork' Ing. derness our earliest Fr&'rErtlt04'.S..
few : I
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1xy '- "If dueling and of and when the >
were recognized fitful
r ce;ai-wfek: Eed tion.
(.,' ', practiced in Englandsaya one of of the market and forum is rA.a

c :\): the advocates ,of a return of the old grass, heals over,the scar -,-
,, World hopes to be
barbarism, "a lady could walk etalone descent into the bosom of MACHINERY CO.
jriVAM t ) !,bugs t than (tt baa .everbgngH :
d'64a9madgltsarrangetnont9 { without fearing the insolent has made and the carpet of 431 E. Day Street,

; I rtlt.. Its news service coyerd'tba advances and attentions of the cads fant becomes the blanket SONVILL F1, LOR1DA.
( }11 i 'globs!i!( and It reports every who infest our streets today.' dead.-From the Writings
thing ji,!IJ) rOU\lltl and accurately. It Cads forsooth I London Largest stock of Machinery
Why, J. Ingalls.
lathrf<%A dally. which la as -
without in.I3'lorida for saw mills and .
t. ( cads and caddery would be
gong: ,6i ; 4futt which will keep you I '
aeorpeta. ,.tntQrmed what ls_ happen as sad as home without a mother. ';, : MOVSTONM.(W1> '. planing, mills.EARQUHAR.
)ns'i oajjhont\ ti the world.' says a policemen-to- a street (
'The::Thrfcg! +a'jycelt.: World la fair' In Its THE TEST. whacks beads if it donTt. -Move\
pDlttIcitjBs!} ory You! cali get tho troth gays tae big earth mlnerul pills has been built for 57 years;

from ltinti'aTawbether: you'are: a Re- "When you are at church on congestion and suffering more built today than any oth ,
''publtcfto! ,;orlBo.M<)cra,,''ft"d. that Is whatIoy'Wapl beautiful King's :New Klfo Fills\ don't ,
Easter day, don't big and er. Letus, tell you why.
r., t owelle. They geutly persuade
,A itpaiola I / JUira of the Thrlce-a-wook idea come before your rlght'aollon, and health 1 follows, .. Send for catalog] and price:
World'taanlvAYS: t bPn,1U aerial flctlon "Yes,, indeed. Some of the ideas K.: McOeacby.
it Pi1bllIbitili')! 'Is-JT'the best authors In the imported French hats are S -
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M. L. DEKLE, F. M. OOLSON.Cash: ,
thlfe\)\'! ;nR: f' i tcnim ok.foJ'. sellforJl.OpnplpQT '
iust lovelY. EXCHANGE OF'
Vlce-Prealdeut lor.
j( ;And Its hlth standard to' .
this iiP8poJ > In tbe fut.
( JllOTna1nlalnBd
:When'your child .taa whooping cough be
When J. W. Mitchell was
,Ilrn'1"fj' ;i. '
can-fill to Koe|> the cough loose and expectoration of the As Bank .
Y'ptvl<< TbJ tyee1S World' regular ear by giving; Chamberlain's sian correspondent

Bl1bllerlp l clr is only lt.o per year Cough Kennedy as may be required. This Press the head of the German FLA. '
and thI pJl. /.1.1M' papers. We offer the of the house of Rothschild .
: remedy} will ulao liquify tough mucus J 'S
'tbid 1na(1)1jiew8Pu.. er and The'HanltdgbFlle and male it eatierto expectorate. It baa it S '.
St. Petersburg and
rjaB{;;jiyear( fo* '1.65. The $50,OOO.OO
been used eucoesBfully In many epidemicsand
r regdlartditqprfCgof. :; );; .tbe two, pa Is '''safe and sure> For sale yAIl l chell's business to find out ;':
1 peel. i 14 Dealers. brought the great financier Banks, Corporations, Firms ana Individuals.
< < In the business enables to offer''
Mitchell who is banking us
city. ,
------- ; of any bank in Weat F.orida. We also have n
his bralliant brain and his : ,,'
In' which we pay irterest on deposits. Ac. x;
ing clothes, found and easily a* by personal Interview.
dealers'Q Send us your buainesa.
Rothschild.At .
to uYtto .dentist latter befwa ap- Nothing hurts a book more, especially
Idyfu t ma' be worth mousy.Wo '' book than the close of the talk, the 'F. M. GOLSON, Caehf r. ,
p SS},kU and ForeiZltr a new layingit ,
down open to keep the place. Instead king, thinking that Mitchell ;
'of doing that, if'you are liableto poor fellow on the verge of '
RKS or etnrit ENB tion fished out of his vest. WAN1'
-madal. hi ? .
end Bttetrh interruption your reading, geta
orplMFftBJS'Jj' 1 'W aan IMMEDIATE sovereign, and, with a JO
al>iIitT. We give'' stout rubber band and cover it .
.end adviu, and our air, handed it to him. Better -
with ribbon full
ohatgea Try na.z ..... gathering enoughto the a
Whereupon newspaper
cO permit the band's stretching.Then .
when' need to lay it downit producing a $5 gold piece, you almost dally' by business men seeking yorr
the Draughon Training-and show ambit!'>11 to ris:. '
) y* > it to Rothschild, and said, in
m Washington, D.C. takes hardly a second to stretch i DRAUGIION'S Colleges than Indorse all otlio. bv--'.
the band and ''slip beneath it the manner;-"Have one of mine.! 48 Colleges rn 18 States. International reputation. w .
ular Magazine. Fna-ilnh! Jlpp\llnll'JrUbmnU1I. Letter YVrltlnir VAuAiv. '
i pages read. Upon taking it up !: ; OoodPOSlfjON3GUARANTEeDuniletreo: : .onablecun e again you find your place automatic all over Home Studyr Thousands txinKrxfii- ..
iers end S/ IOf1'McI'"t. "
Draughon's bookkeepers,
Eacb age or our lite .its has j<>v
the book mark cannot
ally, moreover, : saves them holding good positions as tho'result ..i ,
"e and
should ,
happy obey
.' get lost. Take care to hare the band people audworry., taking Dmughon'fl Home Study. r
- .-_ I .l to hold and 3amberlaln'v Tablet are taker to U S.-offi CATALOGUE. For price; on tev 'ssBY : "( '
strong'enough big
en the digestion and keep tie: System of! MAIL, write JNO. 1'. DL'At;:'.,f L:1, I
enough not to mar the ends of-the ular. These tablets are mild and $: teach.., President, W hville.! Ttnii. tjori' y ,. ,f u,1

;4 b cover. their action and especially suitable it !.a tks best. alogue on course A TCOLLliGK, v.-nrs: :.:, ,
; { pie of middle age an-l older. Fo/ BUSINESS COIAEG5-J; ; r
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i,91 t It i dri-r*. let-out attaalx.Inip TAX ON EVERY RACE HORSE.In GOOD ADVICE. ....
ants a + OTd earrUf -

trkhl4,;yw i as Hint a Mm.* MTVT.sMUotaarr. the past the opening of a racing There are so feW' Sunny ,. .. .. .. ," I'I
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tv tllDlM MMhlBM WI. ations .... ''I ,
M ,I.founArf Kock. WflM to! season interested the treasury. that people finally ,

jall.t Nat 15. Maa.Ii.ti For the Horse paid his footing in the Sunny Jim philosophy. But :S

field. In 1784, for instance, Pitt, is one thing yon can '
ever in search of things to tux make the beet of "
1 ? mid foreign suggested every ;< '
a fine of $5 on each horse! ,I beg,you to do that, a go impression, :

'' /starting for a race.." The sportingearl far as I am concerned, you correspondents
; : of Surrey, however, thought a whistle nor sing, nor laugh, your'I. -, 1.- ..

tax of $75 .on "all winners, of any I about it; just grimly make helps to give, your bus ; ,"1'-----:: ?::'
otl.vtntlon plate or other prizes amounting to of whatever confronts you : : :&
kte bookntOfflcai< .
\ M S'wro $80 would better> fit the .case./ Pitt timist is a man who can I prestige '' ,. '.

f considered: the suggestion and went bad news into good news"' ; .

one better. He amended his resolu no real optimists except in :I: Printing' %'

tion to embrace both taxes Some paper and magazine articles i i i i i- -

modification was found necessary, by young men.-E. W.. Prices. I.: ,

and in the end ,a fee of two guineaswas Monthly. .
D. C.I. imposed on 'everyhor' enteredfor Banner Job Office.

to be to the clerk of PROBABLY
c a race/ paid -- .. : :,
the conrae.7-London Chronicle. '
"J ODell has invented an "

,J 'r -- "Then it's bound, to be a -r ; _<.
think it MAN CUt'OHS A f) .aiKJ\.AKzt UIR8. ;
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ray so Advise '
,Alrer a frightful oo.igblog spell a man la "All his other schemes have ',. .
Nonah, VVI ., raft terrible-painein his side
ly; It hat the' bowels open and prevent the poisons of undigested ','.,,' .
?been in eiasu't and hi. doctor found two ribs hud been "P. .' 'I -i\!:
'1 broken.Woitl agony Dr. Klnig's New Discovery U VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup purely vegetable/ ; gents, :,'J' "
I been would bare saved biru. A few teaspoonful COMPLETING THE tost*. Velvo acts on the liver, as well as on tl.a ':
-Puck.i end a late cough, while persistent the greatest possible efficacy in constipation, indigestion, ;;-k
use routs obstinate couch, expels "She has a flower-like face. coUc.fUtulence, etc. Try VIj 1 :
stubborn colds or heala week sore longs, "And a turn-like figure in I
: I"1 feel sore It* a Godsend to humanity" LAXATiVELIVER :
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writes Mrs. EJB )Morton Mo. <
here air
tfpty "tor 1 believe 1 weuld bane consumption There aoreal need of-any one / j
sder who, day If 1'had not .used this great remedy," roublep'with oonntlpatIon. ''l '

i ILP ii Ort in a Its guaranteed to atlsy, and you cap get Tablets will cause an agreeable ;:
a free trial) bott.e or Bo cents or $1.00 size at of the bowels without any unplesant SYRUP
hot ittifit. 8. .1tcOeaoI11. Give them trial For salt by-All I ;

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German Inventor Come to Aid of Life Saver

Vbnrefe DI.....*.rr. Diver. Who U Often Threat-
M. E. Church, South.-Preaching every ned by Shark
fet and 3rd Bandar it 11 ft. m. and 8 p. m. In a letter from Branch-
U U. Chapuelle, Factor.
Sabbath School 10 a. m. W. N. Sheata, A. German inventor has come to land, W. Va., Mrs. Eliza- ... '."',

Superintendent. the aid of the worker under water, beth Chapman says: "I ,
Prayer Meeting Thursday nights.
Young; Men's prayer meeting Tuesday the diver who is threatened by sharks suffered from womanly

nights. Everybody cordially Invited. and other monsters of the sea., Hitherto troubles nearly five years.
All the dodo In the
waters : s coun
diver in
the dangerous
Baptist Church-Preaching every 2nd ty did me no good. I tookCardul
and 4th SlInda,. Rev. Baster.pastor. has had to rely for his safety on the
Sabbath School a. m., r. C. Uawk. and now I am entirely '
Superlnteneent. use of the knife, or, failing in that, well. I feel like a .- : t tiA

Prayer Meeting Wednesday nights. upon a quick return to the surface. new woman. Cardul saved ,

The German has invented a rifle my lifel All who suffer ,

PoBtofQe Directory that can be :fired under water and is from womanly trouble ." .' Creates a gQOdiilst''res' = Y'
Office hours 7:30 a. m. to 7:00 p mf;. ex- ;.
should ,
cept Sundays. designed for the complete arming of give Cardui a triaL" ,. A. '
East-bound!: mall closes at 10:30..m the diver. The strange feature about sion among yourt'cor

West-bound mall closes at. 5:10 p.m. this device is that it :fires not bullet E 61 ; andhelp
Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 :: respondents
but water which is driven with such _
and leaves On arrival of the east bouni "
mall. forte that it penetrates with remark- I Take CARD UI I "<., to give your businesS

Sunday hours 11:30 m., -to- 12:30 p. m.. able power. Indeed, it is claimed 'it*
Money Orders Issued at all hours when i>!
that the inventor has r' prestige.
office U open, except. Sundays. pierced armor
.T P HCHELL P. M plate of ordinary thickness with the The Woman's Tonic ..

water jet from this strange weapon.

Our Clubbing....a.. The water rifle has a-stout Barrel 50 years of proof have

BAHNXB and Semi-weekly Atlanta and is loaded with a cartridge 'encased convinced those who testedIt

Journal per year $1.75. In India rubber.: It is worthyof I that Cardul quickly relieves We Do Neat Pix .t1j
BAHKKB and Thrice -week New York
World. per year $1.05. note, in this connection,, that in I aches arid pains due

BARNES and Semi-weekly Times-Un the '60s experiments were made' to womanly,weakness,and easonalile=

it and (Citizen per; :year,$1.50. with a submarine rifle :firing small' helps nature to build up At 1

BA.NHXB and Home and Farm per year. explosive projectiles by :means, of weak women to health and

$1.85 compressed air, but the inventionnever strength., Thousands of

got beyond the experimentalstage. 'women have found Cardui 19 'Y
General.Directory. ,; ,
-Harper's Weekly.
to be a real life saver., '
STATE OFFICIALS. Give us your nextorter! ,;
not test it' for .
HER EXPLANATION. Why your ". ''*
Governor-Alber W. Qllchrlst.
case? Take Cardul today! and we will give yo'u-per ,
Secretary of State-B. Clay Crawford.
Queen Elizabeth was very much,
Attorney GeneralPark Trammell.
provoked when she found that her feet satisfactionttiUJ
Com Agriculture E. McLin.
cousin, Mary,, queen, of Scots, has 'of
Trea.urer-Wm V.. Knott. making you one '. our. ,
been to death.
Supt. Public Instruction W. M Hollo- '
way. "I can't help it if people will lose ., regular customers "

Comptroller-A. O. Croom. their heads at critical moments," her ," y f

I Supreme Court-Thol. M. Shackleford, majesty petulantly exclaimed. "As = ;.

Chief Justice M. H. Mabry. Cler*. far as I am concerned the occurrence S : .

r 'Railroad Commlssfon Hudson Burr.Ohalrmanr 'Was eJirclT t1x -ir"lta1It ," 3;;

R. C, Dunn, Clerk. U well known that not more than one r 1 1Irt '

,Judge first judicial clrclJlt.-.J. Emmett case of rheumatism, ten require any THE

Wolfe.Fensacola. Internal treatment wbatever. All that is ; ; ko S

State t:Solicitor\ first Judicial. circuit-C. nAeded la a free application of Chamber .4 .
L. Wilson. lain',Liniment and massaging tbe pnrt at

=--, each application. Try It and see bow rod .11tt1jap CHIPLEYChiplcy :
It will relieve- the pain and. soreness. l L
Sold by-All Dealers.MINGLING j1 edit's' jl1'
H; s. Chubb Register Gainesville, Fla. l4AiiC'.IQ e,5 'f .

Shields Warren Receive Gainesville.. I .
: : OF OLD AND NEW )1Id.Vi"ti '
WASHINGTON COUNTY OFFICERS. Lawsuit Over Patent forVWound : _,
h -
--ti: .
Circuit Clerk-W. 0: Lockey, Vernon. Cop Reveals Most Interesting L f: .( j\

.r County Jud< Sheriff C. G. Allen Ctlpley, -
about thesize I, want but I
Treasurer-H. B.Tiller Vernon. Some the old and the ,
fax Asszssor-J.J. William*, Chipley. years ago must say 'don't just like the looks

;, Tax Collector-W. B. bluer Uconnna.Suptl new. figured in a curious way in an ol ft. ._ High Class Saw Mili1ir dthierye
Public Instruction F Gainer. application for a patent made by _an

Wauaau American. This man's applicationhad We carry/sl'ouir l warehouse, 408
) Supervisor of Registration. M" reference to what is known, -asa A sprained' ankle may as a rule be cured and 410 :Easf'Bay' 'SI;., 'a large stock of
Simmons, Greenhead. "V-wound ; In from three to tour flays 'by applying Portable and Stationary Engines;Locomotive
:, County Bollcltor A. D. Carmichael cop a cop being a cyl- Bhamborlalo's Liniment and observing the ,and.'Horizontal Return Flue
Cblplty.r' inder of wound thread or yarn. The directions a with eaeb bott'e. For.'sale Boilers; Saw-MUls," Planers Edfer|

Surveyor-Thol. i V-wound cop is held to.he superior All Dealers.PO8TOFFICE. -a- Saws, Beltin r.And.Mill Suppliesjalso;
Collins Caryvllle
_. engine and We also
to others in compactness and uniformity .r. -
Fla.County. handle the
..J., celebrated J'/M Si HOST-
f CommissionerJ. of tension. For some timeit SUPPLIES. 't-fi'' LOR AP'CTtJ RER
T. that this sort of .
Ulghtower Chairman Vernon.A. was thought cop ''I.'i,1
All the supplies required by the RIlt' t)Rk.,;;and
C. Gilbert Chipley. was the result American inge- SOUTHERN Engines and Rollers,,, PERKJ Shiite .
6,500 post offices are furnished from n"er ,Special -
S. L. Davis Wausau. ,
unity. Stave.Machinery for Turpentine Plants, '..::;.. :
J. H..Porter Mlllvllla.U. \ Washington. They need six tons of LarKe'stock carried for immediate Shipment ,lei.but'prlcea"' before buying.
The American however be-
F. Gunn. Santa Rosa. patent, We can save A will *""*
you postal
... stationery every working 'day and money. ,bring' ,our .Traveleri ', ',} : I
;, School Board: :came the subject of lawsuit, and it consume 25,000 pounds ow Write for literature covering your special requirement; 'v, ". '( ;cal, ,
wrap r "
G. B. Bush. Chairman Orange Mill waft discovered that two museums, in MLolstoy .
MochJneryCo ..
ping twine every week. All of the : ; ..
u S. J. Gainer. St. Andrew.W. this country had of wood made
cops '
locks' the mail 408 Q 410 E. Hay St. LijriwYltcf i"orlda.
F..Runs Vernon. pn bags are changed "V>OCKH;
and before islanders
-- years years by Fiji once in eight years. As fast as mail Long Di.tatio Telephone>lVc ;iHere's ; B'7"! f "r.DON'T :-
and that the made
CHIPLEY. CITY OFFICIALS. semi-civilized sacks wear out they are sent to

Mayor-A. D. Campbell. people. were practicallythe Wa"shington" where a hundred wom- .
same as those turned out bY'the
Marshal-John Roberts en are constantly engaged in mend- w.
American.. 'So the latter's a
Clerk and Treasurer-W. W. Cook. patent
ing' them. There ia
only one man
Council-A. D. Carmichael chairman was declared, invalid. Then- new
-in' the with
C. B. Dunn. U. McGeachy C. E. Tbarp inasmuch the country whom the decision
W. O. Butler, Jr. as, lies ads to when a mail sack is a ]Bigger and Bett6rStiftiiess.
museum authorities refusing to have
worn out and han be used no longer.
their cops unwound, it was impose

sible to prove legally that the earns k
The BannerChipley wind extended throughout all 'the ,' -, ." .DON'T BLOCK THE WAY XK1 ;' "

,_. layers. Accordingly the patent'of "Mrs, Highflyer has a most winding .

I- !, flee reissued a patent to the Ameri- personality" Move as" fast as the procession-'jor.m* 'Wffi'qve net =Take the

; can.inventor for his cop. Hiivo r'-.a fni-ri fe<%
: playing bride' pace of the ''mafbeh'iad.
: S .. Flai. : -. rll, f 1 ,rMAKES!', ) company you are in or e By ya Irvine, manDon't

,.' ';...., .

';.;., !." Stand. for the Upbulldlnr, .f Mrs. Morbid-I have called, sir: 1'bq awful Iraq of injuries on a Fourth of stand-in- the ideas '
way of Ion f In the
new <
:Jo' to offer some words of sympathy to. July staggers humanity Set over against it pause
;. Chipley", however Is toe wonderful path of better.system. Don't / fow he ,
.: the unfortunate wife murderer in healing, b'flcklel'i ) settler < 411 adder of
:, : .
( Arnica Halve,of thousands, who
:< cell 1001. success. Don't he.a barnacle t6e hp
.. .:%' ; Washington County suffered! from burnt, cuts, bruoies, bullet on : ress.
Official chair
*' a" wounds or explotalons. Its.the quick bnnl. iii* ''"'f'ffffSWi ''ifU' '' ?"

'" 'i:. 'Cnd ,Florida] madam. As soon aa a new block of er of bolls, ulcers.eczema, sore lips or' piles Change'means progress. PratftSSSSf.advancement

p !.14;, six is made up we will dismiss the. SJSots at S. E, McQoncby. rffniiin tidiniri' .-
"" ..,.
; him
ladies who are 'calling'on now.

-:*:.:t. Subscription,, $1 l Per Year. Our corridors are very_narrow, ')"OumoW'Puck' ..M4& EXPERIENCE 60 YEARS' Advancement means movement..Moylet"
; ,
."..v-. / .'
'''''.,". '. ',i, '. BLOCK THE WAY1_ '1 td.

; >r '''t'!" .' We"wake SPedaJtJer JlN: HUNT 1fOR JUCll GIRL

't'.rir:"'' Often the: bunt for a rich Wife ends when
;.. Neat the meets, woman that
,; man a uses Electric
Bitten Her strong nerves tell In a:brlgbt TRADE MARKS CURTIS L. JONES.Notary 1i'ijjL

";rj-\! Artistic -. brain and_even temper. Her peaob bloom I VP fYT COPYRIGHTS- DESIGN&c.. .
,< complexion and ruby lips result from her AnTon urrey
*xmillnct: ankelch and Public State } at Law
CI nloklr. aaearttilit our opinion free wL.thiriS at Large.
:.'f i:!,, Commercial Printing pure blood; her btlibC'e"ea from'reetrui' ..a.entlon' In protmhl p pntenrnhl. fommanloa. >Cfi.COllec1iona x Jpi+oialty.
.. sleep her elastic step from firm, tlon..tlotl"nondd.nt HANDBOOK on Patents All business
; free'masoeU "
ant free. OWent
I > :r" : oei.of for..curlnIrp.ts' nt.. to FII
, ..I.JOt," ..,<-,'!i' .' all telling of the health'and' ..Fntentt.k.n...' .. tiirouib,, Mann 3 lo.f.oe1 e : ChipfeyrJt
I .cae .cle, wltho 'charge,la tb.
my care will
1 .;).,'f--i-...,',.......,,,...;.';:'*,:i't'!, ",, :''''''' The Banner the strength freedom:Electrlo from Bitter Indigestion give& woman backucbp.and Scientific Jlm rltan. attention. Fees have my prompt rAM 'i -

: fainting' and dizzy spells they J'remoie, A Imndtomcly IllnntrnlnODhulon .. reasonable. '
'Ii: tiW ;i, ;" w..JrI" har r.t "' ONES.ltlwsrtt .
, e any nlentma' "" .. D:
," :Everywhere they woman's tavoriro. Can be
are ., found
, t"' ; art el. 5o14 bran, at Post Office
I.&V'1' DIed,. If week or ailing ri.- .bem. BOo at MUNN & CO ,
: ;% FlaflJ3i 3o16tosdwar New Yrk I..att'f ''
ChiPley ; ,
: :: S.E. + iaey-At
.. & McOeaohji:.: 1 Branch OOliM,,63S r 3t..wa.hlnatub.I). ; Wausau, Florida! ;..

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H :{;J"" '_ TONGU, EVER" WORK* OP FORGERS. : DEAD':GIVE.,AWAY. .Gw.. $...... O.O OQG.. ...,..

tN piatttf tGd =:h thograph to Mak Procau Is British Skillfully; UsaMl Wife-What -would- you do, -'
Itliia kMr igdt Bogus Bark
"M-',. I H.-d's' ****** Notes.sensational Qeorge, if you were left a widower Wire .Fce : '
HubOh, I suppose the same as I. !

There used to be a war veteran;in discovery hits just you would do' if .you were left a .
made in Dundee ScotlaQd. Ins widow .
Owen county; Ky., who woo always ,
,. b.jtkk- in the northern ', Wife-You horrid wretch ,
district -of' I And
r uluai .trod''. (B-tftt a .a V9r:,$etting;
!'t.;: He'.fPlllfir' .....$tw', .t 111'> profeefxlatlnct. the city .the teller had handed .to you told me you could never care for. ..

:' He also him overahe counter a considerable anybody else. < .,..:__ '"__ .........- !9

, ,'./I. M't,3t'!i l to g1es. When he rom of mbney, including a number .: I

, ,nee 4d, a word and couldn't :find it ,f n notesV In counting) these, one READER-IMPRESSED. t -... .30. '

. : ''Iazla, : + ,t n r .one out of his head and : by its thieknoMt: arousedhiss suspi: "Doesn't that prima donna deignto ... 2S

,tf .went ,,1-j: h-t on. Oricpj,,; in delivering; dons as to its enninenells, and on' speak to you?" "' ..'''' ." .......... '

* .' ,:-kn r impromptu eulogy over a dead1eesMent having it examined ft byt: an, .expert, it. "Certainly not," replied the press 1f....... -.c': ( ::. .- -
f, :,':' dfbia SAid of him: was pronounced ) be a forgery.The "Her \. ,\ .
r ,, agent. supercilious hauteur .... -- -..:. '. .
h;, .:"modIpally; :,:: ;' ooh ;friend: was, note lithographed insteadof is a, tribute to' my professional abil --.i:....'..... .r-F-: '
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general understanding throughotlioX theexperienced then write. about her. A=Jt.
i eye; : were "

I:;f" At,'; iiQth PROBLEM.- .' iJust a word .Farmers and Fence Builders: i

"t1i .race for ,couiatj_ He and
judge. understand .
the two signatures were In black.,:: T your new play is
]b.ts'>,0pponent were holding a joint' The appearance of the signatures called 'A Cloudy Night." e. Having made a deal for: \Ten Car Loads
: debate: He. 'thought' some of the "
gave confirmation to the idea:rof for "So it is. ,
r' .ottiC t';: man: ettetemeatw rather re? gery. In a genuine note the one signature "Than'how can you star in it?" of the Best American Steel Wire Fence, .we ':

fleeted on him, and up:he jumped. is printed and the other' autograph

: ;',*Tiitr.',''Green,** he demanded, "are ; while' in the fraudulent note' A PARADOX. I 0 are in position to make your better prices. 0 .

i you'ttrying: to recrbnicate e 'f.
upon my both were lithographed Naturallythe ;
The rumor of that scandal is all $ ,
feelinga? 9
l ._. discovery caused something ,of" In the air."
,'":''"l4t't: ': all?"'Baidi: the other man, the nature of a panit among: the '
"Then you may 'he sure 'it :is) r.ol! : Be sure before buying wire'elsewhere. :
wonci see us
ti !!ft:iii :what recronicato, meant. 'bank"officials. No-thne'was :lostrin "'"It:"cll' '". .. ; you .

.;;r t. ''Then; sir, in. that case, I extend apprising the authorities at) head-, T" it saved.

to jrdii' the olive .branch.'of' peace;" quarters. How many of the bogus WHY IT SUCCEDS, means money ... g

,,8aidthe 'coiner (if lang' notes have been passed Is, of course; i e- ,, 0

., .. ;Evening 'Post.. unknown b aeeL that the .
?: Because It's for One Thiriff Only
number may represent a large sum.. : Chipley Hdw. Co. :
Ohtpley People Appreciate
," GOING .
,: e
,., This. e
EASILY TOLD .... $$..* $
Natural. That Woman Should Want to Nothing can be good everything1. .
Qat, From 8o. of well nm .. _. _T rrrTr" H
n '
Away Doing one thinK brings succea. ---- -- ------ -- -- --------- -- r -
Constant Toll. Doan's Kidney Pills are for one NOTICE: FOR :PUBLICATION. 1.
--.:,. thing only. J DopiHrmont of the Interior NEW .. .;
In the. soiree of a .day's -workman a For: weak or disordered kidneys.- U. H. Land. Ollicn at Ualnosvllle. Klorlda..Juno I. ......wBarber...."

has ?many,! interesting distractions Here Is ,reliable" evidence.of their Notice Is horoby glvpn Miat 8. ,W12 Aahlfly, ,

yethe-ia..pTone; to'take the at-' worth.F I Mercer of Icontain, I"lorJdaV bo, on
I> 'embpotI2lOW< < made Iloniostoad En
litude>""i i: \,his,home, that,--h ,bears'all F. Pelt Bonlfav, Fla., says: "1 Srj-lal Nd. 070117. for N>i of HVVtf mid Shop.T.H. .

the;"burdens and.his wile none at alL consider It a pleasure to.con firm the I NIt RungIi5 of :-I":; west,-&octlo TaUahnsm-o.lli,'l'owlishlrJ Morldlan 1 north, _.,...w,.,..1IlJadBf.

:'Tlie-man: 'returns! home,. professes public statement I gave three. years I hug fuel notion of Intention to make. Final ..
that he is "worn: io thebone: ," and ago recommending Doan't Kidney Commutation proof, establish/ claim T., U. CALI.AIIAN. Propr..
Pills.The this brot to the land above described before the
I ..somehow! he "gets"away' with it.. It benegt. remedy Clerk of the Circuit Court at :Vernon, *
:; :
In my family at that time has' been Florida on the 17th dny of July, 1013. I have just opened a barbershop
zefteahfng'tohint to. to his
: permanent. Ooan's Kidney Pills brot Claimant names an wltnpssfH! J. A.
.CQmto tabl home made comfortable I 1\1 c( naltfl'l' Jftmon A. McQuacuo, H. C. in the DeUleolcf building, ou
; ,
: relief from pains In the back and other Mercer Wlll/am.Nolse/ nil of Fountain,
"- ;(; hfa.J! ,""arid, po rather hates to distressing symptoms of kidney com Florida corner- west of First: Nat Bank,

.gb id sons other place plaint. This remedy made a marked Ed fee pd.NO.TICK. Henry a.Chubb tfllrlstlJr and will apprecfate' a share of '
of amusement.:. He'really, wonders: Improvement in health and thoroughly your barbering trade I guarantee '

"! why ,wdmenj ,an' forever wanting to convinced us of Its irerlts.V Department FOR PUBLICATION.of the Illterl r, to give' you satisfaction ".

be on the god For sale by all 'de ien. 'Price SO U, S. Laid Office. at Ualnoavlllo. f'lorldu. .
Sl-iove IOc..
:.Thehome.however:: is.really the Jack Harduppe-Madam De cents Foster-MUburn' Co., Buffalo, Is her(-hy /Rlvnn J that nno 8,10J3.Notluo llerhnrCO.MfQuadKu ,
_'-woman'( ,boaneed} :ot.Rce, where everyfthjng Palma told' .rortun for men' last New York, sole agents-for the United of Fountain, Florida, who. on Hair' Cast 2E c. '
my States. J Decflmbcr 14. 11110.! fnade llomrstoad Entry : *
_ : } spells work. What means night. Serial No. 07770 for NEW -ctfon 18,
Remember the name--Doan's Township Inorth, llH.IHwl:3: west, Talla- -
j quiet comfort to the husbands means
Miss Told fortune f
Cutting your take no other. I han8;t) ilcrldlau. has Bleu: notlen of lit*
|(infinite toil to. thtf wife. It is butI ( never heard'' that you had one. .. tfMitlon! to maKe -' Final t'ommutatfonproof R. F. SCAR tr
she should I to ostahllsli claim to the land abovo _
natural that. want to
I getaway' described, before the Clerk .x>f the Circuit
f.toxn.the, CeDe of her constant GOOD AND BAD BACTERIA.; Court at Vernon. b'lorldlon the 17th day Notary Public. ,

of July, 1013.
W.L1DU ; .
oil: in the evening when the day's "
Claimant, names aa wltnc8He8: 8. C. :'
outine .has been: done.I There are good as well as bad bac- Mercer, Ashley Mercer, John A. McQuagKH Real Estate Handled.. "
An -MCQnalzgi all of Fountain
LE1"l'EItUO "

,.would be.,ft good thing ,fdr the teria. While bacteria bear; in popu- Florida.. Collections a specialty.Office .

118 if they' were put to house l estimation, an; evil reputation by AD. l J1J'AJ: I Ed fee pd. HenryH.. '!:! Chubb Keijlstcr In First National .Bank. .

.one.-or two"weeks" reason of the part they play in so NOTE TdVVI.LUI'P5ILEAI)8 i i ; ,,
in fatal'diseases not all" the bacteria i ( NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. ., '. .
life. would'Hhen.
[ 'their married They many : BUSINESS: I Department of tho Interior. "\ I J'V.
., have a; broade perspective- in the world are working U. S Land Ollice OalncHVlll", Florida A. 'VJjEIiJ:: +9

,',Washington') J'osto against man and his iatere: ta: : Indeed STATEMENTS N. CAR))::' I Notice U hereby given Juno that 8, James 1012. A. Attorney'and Counsellor at Law'" .

,, some of, them. are his potentand CIRCULARS AMT'urETH I McQuagge of Fountain, Florida, who on. :
:' :' 'I' ( Deu'mtlft 14, ll'lo. made llomnotoad Entry Bonlfay,' Fla. '
:t'.AIViE11iPBERT :CHEESH.-:: : useful allies. : MILL COMMISSARY i itsHECKS :Serial No. OTN for N WJf Section! 18., '
.> .1. The minute organisms*. fois:; instance -> I township 1 north has Mango Vi: wnsb, Talla-. Office in Linclsev. Building.i ,
CIfEQUECEIPTI3 hasten Meridian filed notice of Intention '
gain .nJberUs: the name of a commune that manufacture nitric acid I to make Final" Commutation -0- '

,- a 'few.':houses about Camam- a.. a food plant are of a most .beneficent : DRAFTH' described proof: to establish'boforo the claim Clerk to the of the land Circuit above _Prompt' personal service"

bert !church> ,:; w.:,.!Q?"..prefecture: yimoutier. kind. One set bacteria busy WEDt>1NO' N VISITING : Court at Vernon, Florida! on the 17th to clients. T< ';.w'
end- themselves in. ,day:r: of July, 1012. ..
the department of converting
ATIONS. CARD:; Claimant names as wltncsuo.i: H. C.
.Ome.. 'The,cheese got its name from found in, the soil,'into nitrous: acid.. ''N.Yl I GI I Mercer, Ashley Mercer, John A. MoQuagcre -
; Angus McQuaxite, all of Foun! A. G. McQuaggei;'
;,the ,fact 'that it originated near There their work ends and, so far as : taint Florida. .. -"'. ,;

there,, but there' .isn't: a :cheese fac- the plants are concerned, it.has been TO ORJ) El Kd: fee pd. floury. Chubb UpKIster.J Notary Public .: '

|t6ry neare?, than, three: miles away ineffective, since plants cannot feed ... _. .. :
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iow', :and t not enough people live in upon nitrous acid. ", --J; I State at Large, : ..'. .

Uaraembert to run one of any size At, this point, however, another '
Paen, the princ >al_Camembert mar set of bacteria 'come forward. and '

let,. ii/in1 I ; ,.Calvados.. 'The cheese from th.nitrous- id produce nitric ca -Your Home Paper : I .1 IRA A. HUTCHISONAttorney' .

arted' to1 tie Ashore. and carried acid, from which plants are readily Both ,. at .Law. .-
theinoulh :01 able t. derive nourishment Still i foe the _.
cross; : ;: the Seina to > .' Office at Vernon FIn.
Cavre/Iri;, boats : .. :It is made,-howyer other bacteria, living in the roots ol nd 'Puce.ThoPensacolaiouroal .

( ,':on' the,nO'' 'theaatem 'side of theelne I certain plants, enable these plants of Will practice in Circuit ''Courts' ..j
,> and from there, comes to to assimilatenitrogen derived from Florida and'the Federal Courts. v

,e1'ie: !.direct;. The cfceese shipped the air, and thus, instead of exhaust One ..

ripe, even'';to honiO'markets near ing- the soil fa which they. 'grow, actually FRANK L.. MAYCS. Editor. DR. R. E.; TILLER. .

hand in French: cfties. ,It is selun. enftch it.-Harper's Weekly. "

: over, four" weeks old'when., it This Is' going to be the most notable year in DENTAL SURGEON, .',,. t

,kfesV the tacto1'1.ana 'is often only MAN'S OWN HORN. American .or Florida Politics. You of course, w .nt Chipley. Florida'

,ri'. op..three,,'' ,", u "1 should think- some of' these to keep posted.. You can do this by; takirig your local Office over First Hat'lBank.", .
and outside Here is the -
town one proposition
speeehmakers would get tired -of paper paper. .
hearing themselves, said the .
." pro'prietor '
.' "
: of the village afore. REGULAR COMBINATION' Orion Lodge Noio: : .
lico in considerable quantities a *
i\'f\. .
"Human nature's the in
the method same pol.Hies 1 1 .$b.Qfl F.,ft-{ A. M. t' ,, .
in 'Mexicoy'.bui; as 'tis anywhere- el Ise," replied :: J Your local paper ... e.. .. ,.$lfOOTh year. f.
ultavatioata> ; most primitive. No ': } 6 months $2.50 Residlar Communication Second
old. Joe Strutbers. "A don'tmind .
",1:1 is made; t.';&iig ion. Landeased listenm' to the,; noise a e Pensacola Journal ( Dally: ),$5.00 3 mont l. $1.25 ,each Saturday month.and Fourth' 'Frldy' -'night" .**'

by felling the timber and cornet kin make., provided 'he's,the Your local . $1.00 Visiting JJrethern cordially Invited.W. .
oyffic.the field. The soil islowed paper.* '. II year .$I.bO L, TAVLOR; W. M.
; '
,* Planting Ii done from feller that's *ol. the TTcttcin'. <-Th Pensacola Journal (WeeklY) $1.00; 6 months. 75c t. W. W. JONES; Sec. :.

'to' August.. A bole, is made in DIFFERENT.Mrs. The f>tn.aeola Journal' It pot only W..t Florida'' loading
i1 with'"a stake and 'the seed lady, but It la ragardad byminyaa the mod proneurxad .dvc.ante I. O. O.. F1JMOTICE..*, rl'Jntil'fnrther
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of p Damocraey 'In Florida.1 It* adltorlat policy
c1 In and covered.:. It is : Gramercy-When ,, look T. ...
plant- you la ...u. an* Indapandant, Ita nawa aarvlea' I. cbmplata, and 'Its notice
.1'9W8'about"'foot apart and atthe in your husband's pockets''da' you ..", ...a.'ng ....mna ar. c'..n. Chipley Lodge No.56,

: same, distance .apart in ever :find letters that he; has forgotten .. You can get' this special price now which appliesto I. O. O. F. will meet at ?:OO..p.,,m.. f
No cultivation ft the to mail?' each Monday evening., : ;1 ..
+cpp .herond'an 1 ;' attempt. to Mrs. Park-No, but I sometimes paid-in-advance subscriptions only' "by sending. :" By order of the Lodtrev' : '

J'a'! ,: : .. mar find ones that he has forgotten to the money? to your home paper. W. A. MCQ0AG6E. N.G...
\ S. B. JUDSON, Secy- i :
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] Personal. iT Rev.Camp T. W.Meeting Weaver at Vernon.writes- us ] Town Topics.Truth IT i+.;.

that the camp meeting1 which was ,

: Scheldt of to have been held at Moss Hill bas to be mighty to beat

B.C.. 4& 9t. A. 12al1roaad. church has been changed and down all of the little lies ''NY

will be held at Vernon, instead. "
I Effective March 12 mi. s Clean up your premises and]

Train No. 1 TrtlnNo. i The meeting will commence ned swat the lly.. Swat him good. andbard'
Going Lb.8L..Lloo doing North. Sunday night and will continuefor
Ivr.. HiOo..m. ChlpleyUreenhead 5:00 p.m. Ar. and often. w't'
jiS3 .m. Wausau' ..:n p.m. "" a week. Thhe people generally J
14:0 p.m. 4:00 p.m. :You can'tform a.sure opinionon
invited attend.
11:08 p.m. ElT r ldeSootbpork 3:54 p.m. are to
It:" D.M. Vlck.bora 8:13 p.m. .. ... any person or situation until 'fsfflffB 1<
Lv. f
Ar 1:00 3:00 p.m. <
i you know the facts. Can -bandle. 'your business rftftrtJSEB:
r The Banner has received from .. .
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!i J. M. Bird of River Junction, General Manager N. J. Lillard: Jacksonville consumers are *> .' r EfJ.
times sre and money im
of list of this now getting their ice at 20 cents; Kjt'
the premium
8 was in town Saturday. copy '. .' f C ';>" _" ,,'G, ,\ .
year's Interstate Fair at Pensa- per hundred pounds. tight-Y' '': !IMjWl\
t -._ Will McQuagge left Monday. -. are hard and money :' : .
for a trip ts Montgomery.Mrs. cola. The Fair this year is to be Stretch youattelf all you arable "' cobnecttot: '. J Ifflx'f liJ'.

on a much larger scale than last but it is safer not to need of a business lt r y1
T. L. Wells visited with year; for example there were stretch what you say ::i .; '., ; ,II(, ":,

1 friends at Marianna Friday.Ai only 65 premiums! offered in the and 'Reliable lt
Labor to keep alive In your Big Strong .! ,;
from agricultural department last "
year ,
Hogeboom was up breast that: little spark of celes- '" <0' ",
Panama City Friday evening. while this year there is about 140 and : *'' e
tial fire called conscience. Do your banking business mask .,} : bpt
premiums offered in. this department '::rr;' r ;n "
Friday and "
Sheriff Allen
spent I ; and there is a corresponding Kee''your own life straight and t :'
Saturday at points on the Bay. good with the s#rongest.BaHs'Jjci-
increase in prizes inall'' other you won't suspect so many T.? '' "''Vj'v,,-'ff*

John Williams of Bonifay,. was departments. If you are inter- crooks in the other fellow. Washington. County., 'dih f1;':'> "J::*\"!|r s. I

one of the visitors here Tuesday: ested, a postal to Mro Lillard will Raise potatoes peanuts and .' ', '-;:" I\:;:' :,//i; !

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Will Weatberly of Cedar Keys, get you a copy of the premium pnllets. There are enough ''peo: \' >:j

day.transacted business here Satur list. .. pIe ready.raising pluperfect. sand al- The First Nat1Qn l, !'tf .

('{W. L. Sessoms-was over fro The Democratic National Convention -i Are there any Jin cans lyinJlt'around' o ChideyyT] : r

!ifay and spent the day Mon- met in Baltimore Ttiea-I your yard or uncoverd ;.." v':?:.JV;1:,1.,
i da\ at noon. There was a scrap rain barrels, where : mosquitoes. 0.J.v,.' : [

,I ay.Mrs.' C. E. Tharp spent sever over who should be temporary may breed? :
chairman of the convention. The
al days last week at Panama A wet and dry election is to .
committee had selected Judge I --
VCity.. soon be pvlled off in Leon county Win W
I. Alton B. Parker for the place, Every man admires another Rub-MytTism :.. ;!you.. .
It is confidently stated that the'drys" ,,"'(1
Miss Agnis McKenna is visiting k
but W. J. Bryan opposed him and > will win. who tells the truth at all times A new; shipmentpi'lip'gtes andharness

t among, friends here this carried his fight into the convention but just try telling it to a candi- .at Dunn eoloman(s s. :"

:j week. where be lost out by -a vote If you fail to make the most date, for whom. you do not intend I' : :

:! s. A. Alford returned Wednesday of 579 to 506.. The convention of the opportunities of today to" vote. CamPbelB: k.t ,,p ,;.arer paring .,.o-

( morning from a business I thus being organized with Judge !those of to oarow.wiJ1 be farther .50ptr: paibrold tiv q r::.
", Some people are .so unaccommodating -
rip to :New York. .- Parker as .temporary chairman.Tae from your reach. Sash.doorsyitnd: cs4teegoing: :
Life would be a constant -
/ Barney Hutchison* was real work of the conventionthat The man'who, in his own eyes, joy to'us if our creditors aU the't''buapleman, (: i CuxR : .

,. / ed by the state board pard9n of nominating' a candidatefor is bigger than anybody else, is would take .some of the accounts Get up. to.thatihaf: :1t |counters Jyl at'

I. ( president: now begins. the man who, in other people'seyes pbell&' het
and returned home. we cannot collect for our debts. Cam .Aeklewc9isFd :
,.is very small. a hatrtbeyan "chegp, ..:,
you ,
Dr Yates the specialist of .
eye Wouldn't this jar the averagecity B-O-O-S-T-I-N-G-boos ting.i .';t ;'.,:;;' "" ?:;;i{ A'
Pensacola, will be in Chipley next Some people's idea of a "safe "s"' other 'ktor
dweller in these parts: To leave out spells the You are invitee: \b:rPf.t(

'Tuesday, July 2nd. Since January 16 it has been a and sane" Fourth is to sit fellow who makes it his business. the good'thlrigs: oa ft"' Ilargain

rR. C. Horne was up from Southport misdemeanor to throw a pieceof aroud and growl because small i By that he really expects to rise. ; Counter,atte: : i-i' s itb rd-

/ this week and spent a day'or waste paper upon a Paris boys and girls are having a good ;A sea-pirate is an honorable gentleman -i son's. .'' ::1:' ''v'':'"2'\ ';'c"'':j'::,).:.:; : -
time. \
.I V. two with his family. */ street. If a policeman sees you by the.side .of him. Drop i inandseebose_ clue!

V'Mrs. W.,C. Lockey and Miss drop a piece'of paper he walksup Walter Cook has been seleceedas I Serge suits'" ,. pbl_ r 8i tickle
.. /Sallie to you pats you on the shoulder the one to take the Agricultural Automobile and Bicycle Owners-See <<11. dollarscheaper
Hempbill spent. a day or Co's.; theVa,: .I ( two in Pensacola last week beg your pardon for addressing Census of Washington county Chlpley Specialty Co. for material to than"; c lS. :ewhefeI" 'n:

you and tell you you and will commence. the work repair punctured tirea'in one minute .. "t., I .:7,ia;' .'.;'
Rev. McNeil is attending dis- without coat.-F. F. PELT. '
have violated the law and ask you the first week in July. White House $hpes', cgst ,uo

trict tonterence of the Methodist ot pick up what you have thrown Other merchants may talk more than otheibB i: $lji heY
church, at Blountstown, this He who forgetting self makes ign:
down. about handling the best shoes are better. "q-e't*. pale Wi -

week. .. .. the object of his life service, made; but there is only one BEST liams & Ilelton.iDishes -."" t., ,;!.i '
.. helpfulness and kindness to and that is Star Brand Shoes and .. :' ; : '
An Agricultural bullitin says: others, finds his whole nature ., and GlasswareI .
t An experienced teacher says hey; are Bold in Chipley only by -. "'..
"By planting trees '
that pupils who have access to pecan among growing and expanding himself T. L. Wells & Bro. -- .
orchard trees of shorter lived
newspapers at home, when compared becoming large-hearted, magnanimous -
fruits, it is entirely practical to
with those who do not, are kind, sympathetic, joyous Ice ChipleyagaintsegeonI 'i :f
am handling
carry on extremely profitable !!
operations ,
better readers, better spellers, and happy; his life becoming rich. I will
your patfpnage lujdjpromise; :
on the land between the !
better grammarian, better and beautiful. you the same nd
courteous'treatn1eti.t"+ prompt
trees, and at the same time grow- C E
( : attention I have
punctuators, and readers, and 1 always given'ybtfFberetafore.
will :: & '
lug a pecan grove that be '' : I1' &>
obtain a practical knowledge of worth by the time it needs all Try our Pure Coffee; it A. E. N '
geography in. almost halt the
..,' time it requires others. the space fully $2.000, per acre" is better.; : AtSchell's., Open from S to 10 O'ctoCk, .ptiwMy':! ..

If cholera gets into your herd The friends of Prof. Geo. II.

r of hogs notify the State Board of Boutelle in this section will be ."'
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The time to inoculate hogs occurred after a short illness at '

against cholera is .immediately his home in Manatee ;,
where be "ii
after the disease gets iuto :the has 'resided for the past few we want to ShOW5';

herd. To do so before it (jets years. .. -
there is to lose the serum; to : .'; Coo ;.".' ",.-
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wait later i is to lose the bogs. ,,' '
Anybody who thinks there ,")!/",, .
A certain woman assu'red' her sn't going to be excitement at The Greatest Line of Screen Doors and Windo.:
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husban he Baltimore convention' also ., ......1' <.
r-\ she never told him a he : :'> ;;, i'' ;

;. and never would.. He told her should cast his eyes: over the I Ever Rhown Here,. Fine Front Doors, SasKSash :,i: ii ji ; .

be did not doubt. it, but hereafter galaxy of Democratic candidates. .

would cut a notch in the piano rubMyTism Weights. Kitchen Sinks Galvanize 'pf 1 t '
when he knew she deceived him. will cure you. -1" ". .pr, .:,.'1 ....,;.\ ..,', '_ ,
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"I'mcut, going to have my piano hmn-Coleman[ Co.. : ;I"
f;;' ruined!"-Lakeland News.
r. -' W'lited-To trade a horse for' 'a FISHING TACKLE THATS FIT FOR ,FI.S .; w .
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note from Rev. T. W. Weavr' rood; milk c w.oI.T.. LANEY. .
.er says the meeting at Orange The Best Line' of :
\. Hill was very successful; 10 additions All manner. of fishing tackle Fishing TackleChipley /: ,

cheap: at Dunn-Coleman Go's. . ;oj'f i'f. _.,.JI.' .",, ,. .; .
to the church. He is ,
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conducting services at Duncan Star Brand Shoes is the 'syno- 'f-i._.c ';>,P.>'!'}." .< :; .. ,
,1. this week; tbe meering there will nim of comfortable shoes.-T.L.. : : """ 1. ,:'ttlt.r:!,

1- close Sunday, withdinner on the Wells & BroArbitrator. ,;- i':7t": : '1Iif'!: "!,,.>'i .

r_ ground. We Are '
,;: Flour. 80c Looking PorJ ,

f' Let the man who does not AtSchell's.. ; .T n S

r think much about planting trees ,

:t take a stroll ,along a barren When you want fresh groceries DUn -CoI8man :( n'iy1yRR

tfe street these summer days and delivered quickly, 'phone Comp 1'J : :

k.'r' 'when. he strikes a spot with :your order to Williams & Helton ,

broad, spreading trees affording Mason; Fruit Jas; pints A. G. McQUAGGE. '6en' ral\;: ,.'1/ ."
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.L' a dense shade,,he will change bis and quarts;' SOc dozen at '. ,\?;.; ,
t' mind forthwith. Schefl's;

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