The Chipley banner
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 Material Information
Title: The Chipley banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: C. Tharp & Co.
Place of Publication: Chipley Washington County Fla
Creation Date: July 18, 1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Chipley
Coordinates: 30.779167 x -85.539167 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024681
oclc - 33427638
notis - AFA6585
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System ID: UF00075891:00312
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Succeeded by: Washington County news (Chipley, Fla.)

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Be an optimist not a pessimist and agreeable in his home andnine'times Hugh, the little son of Miand people do trust a truthful boy! The B. C. &: St. A. Rai1r6ar l'I. ."', .... ,' y"' .

always looking on the dark side out of ten you find him Mrs. J. T Sapp of Oak Hill,. die- We never worry about him when have made arrangements ,with .
: of life and things in so in the outside world. Give he is out of sight. We never say ; .. ,
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The world loves a genial, optimi the best you' have and the best Sapp, Friday. The' little fellow I wonder where he is; I wish I boat in connection with the :B. C.:' ;:' ) '
stic man, and abhors'one who by will come back to you. had been brought here for -treatment knew what he is doing; wonder train, and you can make prompt. :

:' word and deed 'demonstrates .. and receivedall attention whom he is withal wonder why connection for any point' od1'I..the ., .. ,, '' .
clearly that he he doesn't come home." Noth- bay. ;" > 'r"--;
sees no sunny J. B. Varnum and wife of Noles possible but to no avail. The .
>- 'side to anything in the universe. funeral took place Saturday ing: of the sort. We know tba'the Going north this boat will observe -,,: v\ "
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several weekshaving
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you. are down iu your luck morning. The friends of ''. ,
brought their son here many Leavo Mlllvillo 9:30 a.m. '
.'.. don't tell every one you come into for treatment returned to their the family extend sympathy. home we will know all Leave Panama City IQtlti': : 0..m'j' ... ., '
contract with, j just remember about it and get it straight. We Leave 8t::! ;Andrew 11:00 a.m. .
home their
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that he probably has troubles. of f d th t son b _1.'_ Screen oar house an d kee don't have to ask him where be Leave_.'_ Lynn", .....Haven_ ... 1 12:10 3130 p.m._ ."
so ar recovere a e was AUIIC I y pout oD'.YU ""uuvUV"'v n.UJ.
,his own. -If you dou't feel like stand the trip; Mr. and Mrs. the flies and mosquitoes. See 18 going, or how long 'be will be I Going South, the boat will''tie') .
jumping over the moon and your Varnum requested The Bannerto Dunn-Coleman Co. about it. gone every time he leaves the in' waiting on arrival of t-rainand. ':; ..
trind says, ."howare you feeling tender their thanks to the I house. We don't have to call there,will be no delay. .,,. :??,', : .:
:; this morning" don't say "I feel 5 or 6 doses 666 will break any lira back and"make him 'solemn R. F. SCARLETT, t- ;'1:

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courtesies shown t them '
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,:.f!-.1f you tell him you are feeling fine distress.their hours, pt, anxiousness and not gripe or sicken. 25 cents will' ,or 'no I won't' just once, Dr.. T. G. Yates. ; : '.--

> .and if you say it often enough hat settles it-Our Fatherless Eye Specialist ,f
Herrick Refrigeratorsare
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,.-ter.,rr....r. This- is not such a hard old They are the weakest however the best. Samplesin office the First Tuesday in .October .I...
j .w world after all-lifejis about what strong, who have not faith in Stock. Cottondale. has organized a ; 1912. Consultation, and T.IO'.it-

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I' The Atlanta Journal in commenting -
*.: Bit Cblplcy, Fla on the Lorimer situation
says: of those 1'1. A
WAl.'TBKt W. JOWBI*, Bdl.i you
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i.tas.at the pnatidn'na Ckiptar.FUSDB8CBIPTIOD .. .. Southern Democrat "so distinguished : U I Iwho
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if' _- as Senator Fletcher, of have intended ::ff4' .
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,. fact that the gentlemanfrom but who have | ,
i"". .dt.atl.lagr...,........-....Int.< .. Illinois ever reached seat ,....:

l.O..Dleatl1 on live topic. cape- in the United State senate is blot .. ':} :..c. : '.'\

}; cUllyof local Interest, are oliclted. It the but : ,.
I* nodentood, however,.that the publish- enough upon country WhY'not come and let us fit you up:,in;; {
(, of THB BAJTVCB will not be responsible that be should remain there in V.
,,: for opinion*espreuecl by correspottdenu. .
the face of all evidence of fraud V

f. Tn BAMBM wanU live representative and bridery that has been developed one of those. BLUE SERGE SUITS. :r.\ ,,":
and correspondent at every postoffieela ,
';, tb'*eonntv, and will make liberal arranxenenu would be an immeasurable "-% S'.
with the rim parties. humiliation. .
,,' Several members of,the Illinois Jo ,We have them to suit everybody ,'at*":. y?
,a* THUR_DAY, July. IS* 19/Z. '
legislature i who cast their vote :" '
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St. Petersburg has voted in :;,: ,-
they were paid toJlo so and. the ,: -'t.,,I'f'
: : fovorof the commission form of investigations. this ,,,'':' ."

.fi+; govern treat. sworn testimony have led to ,' Also HATS, HATS, HATSt'4clur, ; : iJ! :;)E

f1J.;. trails of corruption almost unparalleled 4 '
." Miami proposes a bond issue of in American ,
politics. own price. "
your .. '
half million dollars for public .
Whatever the Senate may do, i _: : : i
improvement. the people have already rendered S. -. '!' :.''''''t- { Ir I r
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Kissimmee's live' Boardof ", .
The Demoerats in the upper ;- .- ',' : ,
irf- Trade i i.> planning for a big House have stood almost .
as a unit .
Trade Day in October. for declaring this purchasedseat .. Campbell & Dekle Company.

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.. ,. vacant. Senator Fletcher'sattidude
Lorimer got his dose Saturday is a glaring exception J

r By a vote of 55 to 28 the Senate among tiffs party comrades and I

voted to expel bim from that we believe is a distinct disappointment ) -

:i august body. to the people be represents. Democratic Ticket. ; According: to 9 recent articlein experts is directed to this sec

--- the Literary Digest, the Uni- tion. If the camphor industryof
Taft: says there is* one thing Lorimer was expelled from the NATIONAL.For the state is properly developed -
President: ted States appears to be going:
about it. and that is that a bull Senate by a vote of 55 to 28 last WOODROW WILSON. it may bo made one of the
/ moose is large, bur>> not near so For Vice-President: seriously Jnto the raising of cam-
: and
I TBOUAS J. MARSHALL. most paying, give employ
phor Reports of the Bureau of
: a'-5Cau elephant.: ; Presidential Electors
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ment to large number of people. ;
jEPFKBaoN U. BBOWNK- Plant Industry indicate that cam-
'' Forty-Eight Stars In The Flag. J. FRED OKHARBT. Camphor trees will, grow well ia ;
.. Hon. Peter F. Knight member CHARLES E. JONES.: phor seedings from Florida have \
On the Fourth of W. ClIIM.KY JONES. sandy soil and the expense in
July the United made
,t oi the legislature from Monroe LELAND J. HENDERSON.f : good progress, but that I laying out a grove of trees would
States issues new flags, if f1. C.IIPAaKKA1f.Congressman. further observations
'iJf are nces-
county, died at bis home in be comparatively slight. Here
State at Large
'1 Key West a-few daya'ago. since the year previous a State CLAUDE: Li'ENGLK. : sary to settle the question of is an opportunity for Florida
i'1: "' has beenadmitted to the Union. Congressman.Third DUtrlct. : permanent success. This is growers to get busy.
Thisyear Arizona and New Mex- EMMETT WILSON. .i
just another illustration of the a
It has been decided to notify
!' Tatt of his nomination about ico caused two new stars to be eTAT B. possibilities of the Florida soil in Campbell & Dekle Co. will pay ,

:. :" Anngst 1. The voters of the added: to Old Glory. Thsoe who Uovernor PARK: TBAMMBU the way of producing valuable you 50c for your old shoes. A

: countrvwUlnotify him of, a. less have old-flags with only forty-six Secretary of State: commodities. Anything that pretty good proposition, don't
stars on them are behind the can be produced anywhere in the think. .,
.I: encouraging situation on the Commissioner of Agriculture: you
,times and should re-stock. .
:' nig ot.the election. W. A. McRAK. country, can be grown in this

J' .. .. i There isn't much more terri- Treasurer J.: C, LxmiNO. state, and it is gratifying tb note l fresh Crackers every,

(""J, tory from which new States may Comptroller: that the attention of government week at Schell's
The 13' S. department of agriculture be made. One of these days W. V. KNOTT.
estimates that the acreage Superintendent of Public Instruction:
." Congress will probably be called W. N. SHKATS.
s".. .is cotton this" year is: about upon to grapple with the ques- State Chemist: ....GeG $ $.GG..G.0..... rvrSawn -

';:" 7 per cent less than last year, tion of making a State of the Ter- Adjutant R.General E. ROSE.: :

.z'''.,,' and" the1 crop condition is notquite'so ritory of Alaska, which even now J. C. R. FOSTER. I Timlber. I
favorable last Senator, 25th District:
year. .
;: is complaining that it hasn't as A. J. McCLELLAN.

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government as wants.If : best results J
ii'?: .' It ir estimated that the corn we can neither give away nor s COUNTY.

'1f f, ; crop this year win exceed last sell the Philippine Islands we Representative L. II. :UOWKIX.. Ship your Timber to. 0

iVf.*' year's"crop by about' 300,000,000 may have to' admit them, too. Clerk Circuit W. li.Court OAIHEB: : ,

f :. bushels! The ea imate' also In- But at present Congress should Sheriff.HEHRT I Murphy-Morrison Co. 1

\;'".' dicatesalarge increase 'in the rest from its labors of admitting Assessor! FARRIOB.Tax ,

:"'" yields of oats'Irish'potatoes and States. D. D. DAVIS. .0 326 %
iii. '" hay. Tax Collector: BIdg.
t'.. -" -- -- Hub- Allen! .. of-- .the--- Milton Gazette _- I Treasurer i Pensacola Fla. | ....
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:::. When a man participates in a president of the West Flor-
I.; party primary, he then and there ida Press Association, has 'calleda Supt._ Public W. T.Instruction IlORNK. : ........ .... ............

if.. pledges his honor to.bid the1<< decision meeting the pencil pushers I County Judge O. CKOCKER.: =-

:' of a majority oft his fellow >to: be held at Cottondale, August I County Commissioners I). O: HROCK.,: I I UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. Florida State College For Women

:' members of that party, and if" he 9tb and 10th. Editor- Carpenterof J. VV.TlIARP. GAINESVILLE

',;'', really has any honor to pledge he the Cottondale News can now (W.>. F F.UAIBER.Kuss.!: A Superior But Inexpensive' Institution for TALLAHASSEE Normal Scl\ooI.
will "keep the faith" get busy,.and we want him to be S J. O UIER. Florida Young Men.Univerltyexttension.46nfrs. School College of Music Arts, School and Science of Art. School oTeiim. EaPI. I ".
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r?: 4 r sure and have something good to F. CARTER. : and all8l.t.: First claM- equipment tbrouahout. Tu'>;
A. F.ROOKS. ants80 per cent Increase In attendance last f,free. Other expenses very low. For inormatbsaddrear. /
iiifl'' eat and plenty ,of watermelons L. M. :rear. Attractive buildings and .
r. From the "Firing' Line" in the WKIPHER: I catalogue addreaa, A. A. campu. .For.
PrwW Prcildtit.
ik';,' Atlanta Journal we Rather that for the occasion, for the Rube I EDWAID CONRADI.

;;;:. ;', the Republican method of is801Vln2' editors will be'tbere on time and

;. a trust is somewhat like full torce. But we know Carp- --

: ,.;,:," ,", dissolving,; a lump of sugar in wa- enter and the good people of Cot..
n" ter-you can't the tondale will be equal to the occasion
see '
sugar any -

t.GJ.?' '':." more, but it is still I a tb.erevJust I I ___ IMY LAM'S BOUDOIR ,. ,..

"' : The committee to officially
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: as the "Old time Religion
row Wilson of his
I' was good for Shcm and Joseph,"
"'- reflects her
ination for President will 'V personality. Its furnishings and t
P; < so also is the old time democracyas
form that duty on August 7th at appointments indica'te' '
:,.:' enunciated in the Baltimore her taste and sense of .
., Seagirt, N. J. The notification .
... :::,: platform and espoused by Wood- ?a 'lfl.f4/t refinement., !
': speech will be made by Senator _
,i" row Wilson GOOD ENOUGH for .
:p"/ Ollie James and Mr. Wilson in e, We,. invite you to see. our exhibit of such
every honorable democrat in. the 4 \
his reply, is expected to make furniture '
universe-Floridian. knowing you cannot fail ,to be de-
the "keynote" speech for the
1 Democratic campaign.' lighted, witb the grace and'good.. <'taste of every

The time has arrived for good article and that you will 'beat all displeased'

old fashioned democratic revival. Nothing' is so contagious
as en- with the moderate price we'ask font.
The vilest sinner can return and thusiasm. It-is the real allegory
plenty of_mourner's benches can of the tale of Orpheus:' it moves

; / .be provided for the "reactionar- stones, it charms brutes Chipley Furniture Company.Railroad
ies but they should be held on .

F(, probation for a year 'or two and Enthusiasm is the genious of Street Chipley. Fla. I ,

; f' kept out of temptation if they are 'sincerity, aud .truth accomplishes

.tfe>e.delivered. from.evil. no victories without it.

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Prl tan.y and Bnergy of On* Malt French .t.am.tr.** Gav Part of Her
Barber Saved CraUr Lake Rea>on to $kin to *ava Lift of a

Country. Child.
Shop. One morning in the spring of 1866 By: a resolution of the municipal

a thirteen-year-old boy arrived at council of Chomerac, in the Ar-

No Waiting. school house .in Kansas after a :fire- .deches, southeastern France, one of r Q2wzd

mile walk:: across the prairie. At the hero prize of the Carnegie: .

i Barbers 3 noon, after mating hits lunch, he foundation, amounting to a sum of

picked up the crumpled newspaper 9060, ia to be given to a provincial

in which the lunch had been wrappedand midinettfrv who offered part of her

Everything Up-to-Now.' in this read what purported akin ,to be grafted in order to save CIweie I. .

.- Shave .*..'. .. ; ISc. be a description of a wonderful the ills of a child. The child was
Haircutting, 25c. "sunken lake" in Oregon burnt Accidentally and was taken to A handsome new style in

I :- Massage Shampoo .. .,... 25c.2Sc. It waa a sensational, largely imag. the hospital, where, in spite of every our Diamond Special Grade $3.00

;; Hair Singe. ... . 2Sc. inative, inaccurate account, but it care, the wound, which' was that will give the finishing
took such a strong hold on this boy rery dwp, refused to heal. The only
WeS licit Your Patronage.. Will O. Steel, that two years later salvation seemed to be to graft some 1 touch to any costume .

Very Respectfully, he arrived in Oregon in quest of this healthy flash on the burnt part. The This is only one of ourjiew patterns., .
lake. It was not until after nine mother of the little girl offered at '
W. I>. Peters '
: Propr. Ask dealer to show his styles
of to your you
years questioning, however, that once sacrifice herself for the pur .',
he at last met a man who had actually pose, but Me had several other children Diamond Brand 'Shoes. He should have "

HUGH .FARRIOR seen Crater lake. ; and a young seamstress, hear
them in all at all prices for men
In 1885 he himself stood for the ing of it, offered herself. It ;might I, grades, ,,

QI31VTIST. first time upon its wild and romantic endanger the mother's life, she said, as well as for women and children.MXXZAfORE .

.HCrown. and Bridge Work a Specialty. shore. Before leaving it he resolved and there would be nobody to take'care
to have it made national of her other children. "I am 6lc7MD
",': ALL WORK 'GUARANTEED. .a 4:924: &oDfA BRAND
t .i&5000ffice i over Chipley State Bank. park. For years he spent money, aloneand it ia better that I should
time.and energy to accomplish a; make the sacrifice." Her offer was

>,::'The Ne'w York World he went to Washington again ad accepted, and aa a very large part of /K Stk THETHAN ANY txzc ,
OTS1 R HOl/ lrllrf
again. In 1902 he triumphed, and the akin had to be removed the oper- <'\
'' Thrlce-s-week Eedition.. asr.Irse+K .. aterxmu; '\
the Crater lake region became a national ation.brought on a high fever. Subsequently -

.." .; ':: : :- park. the heroic seamstress also .

,. The Tbrlc -1Io week World hopes to be Mr; Steel has had an Important had an attack of typhoid, from FARQLJHAR MACHINERY CO.
In 1108! better than 'it baa
a paper ever place in the forest conservation which she has' not yet recovered.The '
been before and it has made Its arrange'; 431 E. Bay Street,
movement in the northwest from its councilors therefore
men ts accord I nply.; Its news service COY JACKSON VI L.L, F, LOR I DA.
era the entire globe, and It reports every beginning, and he commenced this held, a :meetiing and passed a resolution
thing fully promptly and accurately. It agitation in 1886. For a short time proposing her for the Carnegie tlaiisssaLkl.d5epp:: ,,j Largest stock of Machinery i .'

Is the only paper not a dally, which la as In Portland Ore., he published a prize. tt .1 in Florida for saw mills and ". .'
good< as a dally and which,will keep you '
little called Steel Points* planing mills. .
as completely Informed of what la hap magazine -. ,"
''penlng/ throughout; the world. He is the author of a book, "The' J>Dysentery always serious and often a4IDle..oul4iaea EARQUIIAR MACHINERY' ;
". The Thrlce-a week World la fair In Its Mountains of Oregon' long out of e, but It can be cured. ;
has been built for* 57.'y'ears
political reports. You can get the truth Chamberlain's,Cholera and Diarrhoea ; '
print. It was he who, on the top of !' .
from Its columns, whether you are a Republican Mount Hood Homed has cured It even w hen malignant more built today thiiin any'oth- ;:
on July 19 1894 organized ,.
i-. or Democrat, and that Is what I and e ldemic. For sale by All Dealers..
Let us tell why.
er. ,
;f:> the Mazamas, the now fa. you
want. -
you. mountain club of the north- Send for catalog and price. _
A speolal. feature of the Thrlce-a-weck mous .
'World has always been Its serial fiction west. Mr. Steel was born in Ohio "
Itpifbllshes novels by the best authors In [in 1854 and is now living in Port. (r W..H. MILTON, :M. L. DEKLE, V., M. (IOfSON! .I

the world coves which In book form sell land.-Country Life in America.If President. Vice-President .Ol sl ler.
,. for fl.//)() apiece and Its high standard In .
this respect, will be maintained In the futuro '

., as In the past. yon area housewife you cannot reasonably First National nl{. ;
The Thrlce-a-week World's regular be boautllul / ..
hope to healthy or ;by .
subscription price Is only 1.00 per year washing dUheo,.sweeping and doing house '. 'MARI1tNNA. FLA. .:\
and this pays for 156: papers. We offer work all day, and crawling Into bed 'd..d : !
this unequalled newspaper and The Ban tired' night. Toll must mt Into the.open ,:
.," or together for one year for (1.65. The air and sunlight. If you do this every day s Capital, $50,000.00 '

I regular subscription price of the two pa ,and keep your stomach and bowel In KOOO t Solicits Accounts of Banks Corporations, Firms ana Individuals.Our .'":

pers Is (3 00. I order by taking Chamberlain's Tablet twenty years in the banking business enables US' to. offer ':
when needed you should become both heal- you the best banking facilities of any bank In West Florida., We also have a
thy and beautiful. For sale by AllANDROMEDA'S Healers fully equipped Savings Department In which we pay terest on deposits. Accounts
by mail handled aa easily aa by personal Interview, .
Send us your business. '. .
to write for our confidential letter before applying JF% M. 'GOLQON, Cashier.. .",.:'
for patent) it mar be worth money
We promptly obtain U.S. and ForeignPATENTS Moat Astonishing Objeot In Haavanand ,

Lena 'I. MyeUry t* Aa. a4. _..._ ___ __,,__
and TRADE {ARKS or tam CM-!: AT
TIRE "tU>ruey'a fee. fiend model e ketch Smith-How's business'?
or-1'hoL and report,we on end pateD an IMMEDIATEFREE abllitj'. We five// One of the moat astonishing objects Jones-Fine. I lost three toes a XY J QD1
the best legal eervloe: and advfoe, and oat Bitter
charges are moderate. Try a*. in the heavens lathe great nebula few months ago by being run over, :

SWIFT & CO. in the constellation Andromeda, and yesterday I compromised with .a an
,. That question will be.nRked you almost dally by business men seeWiig yort .
which is risible &a: ito
8 misty speck the railroad for
Patent Lawyer, $2,000. services If qualify--take the Dra.ughon Tro.lnln'g-and show ftlhbltion to rHJ. ;
Opp.U.S.Patent OfficeWashington the naked'eye. It has'long.puzzled More: hAfiKE128 Indorse DKAVGHON'S Colleges than Indorse nil other ht ri- '.'\
astronomers because, while its structure Vor soreness of the muscles whether In ness colleges COMBINED. 48 Colleges In 18 States. International reputation. a'
-" Trpwrltlnff. Pcbniannlilp, En; :rIlH1.] Kiiolllnir, Arithmetic JcU..r 1V'r'Ultjo' r.1l1Iha..oa '!t.1 1J.nll1l11
-a series of vast rings ear- 3 T.:
rounding 'a central .mass-mgge.ta.. is nothlo* better Ulan Chamberlain's LIni.ment. I' Bookkeeping. Bookkeepers all over home Study. Thousandsv If '''1Il;':: ic.-} '':,
This liniment also relieves rheum the United States say that Dranghon's icrst bookkeepers, and slefufytiff, art ae 'Y';i
a gaseous constitution! its spectrum at pains. For sale by All Dealers '. New System of Bookkeeping feavea! them holding ffor-H positions as: the yet,ult '. .
ia continuous, resembling that of the from 25 to 50 per cent in work and worry. taking Draugliou'0 home Btndy. "
sun. It has been suggested that it Shorthand. Practically all U. S, official CATALOGUE. Foe prlcei oil len'.oaa: '\yM
court reporters write the System cf BY MAIL writo Jr may be composed of stars constitutIng POLITBNE88 WORT-.rMONEV. Shorthand Draughon Colleges teach President, N .Mlls, Tenn. For fae catalogue -
a universe external to ours. Why Because they know It f N the best. on CO\t:so A 1'COr.I.HR. write .

Studies of its parallax, ,however, indicate i In .an article In the Woman's DBAUGIION'S }' I.lUJSINI, : ;SS COLJ; .EG B ."11
11.-CORti..*llttln running, -male IT'S* big All moner.JII INS' uno.Simple f1(8.** fuUttheo. every, that it is nearer to us than Home Companion on'"Seeing Europe Jacksonville,Fla., or Atlanta; Ga.. or Mol-.sU or Montaomnry, A!a. .
.,.'ll Sated with wire enhi. drie..Oout attaeh.' r lj
noun and adjnutable idler. Improved union some of the well-known stars, suchas on $3.lS0 a Day, the author

1.b. .king la all device.lu.1.*portable quick acting and tationary.VI1 and a time. earn.ulo .Capella ; and Gore, the English says: .x <
.. ....,, bot.......hln.... _"'_.m.er "In small of
nim ir>>cun. astronomer, points out that if the Europe a provision :
... .
,.-,, woul .,/.t. ". ., sad do foundry work Will tota ,
I"r d'a row. Andromeda nebula were assumed to words Ja wise to have, and not diffi
loiter Iron Worker Bill Mass la.Wo Neat ]Printing
li'loll..ry 15. ,
be an external universe, having, a .ult. Buy a phrase book to begin '".
diameter comparable with that .of with, although It will probably tell ;
ilmpree .s\4niS
promptly obtain U. 8 and Foreign
< Creates goo4 'f. \ ;
the milky way, its"mass would be you how to say, 'All's well that ends : a .
t wen .when want to make out ($
forty million million times the mass / -you .
of the sun. This ia regarded as incredible your laundry list, aid it seldom 0" among your

and so may be taken as an takes Into consideration that If you and helps to give your .business '

juJ model sketch or photo p*IDTCutloD dot additional argument in favor of the please' and 'I beg your pardon' ,. .,
r free ratontahillty. For Vrce book .
>' < How report to Secure TR nC Witt view that this nebula ia a memberof grease the wheels of social intercourse I prestige. "
rk and I llMUC-IVlflimO to >
IjPatentii in
our tem.-llarper' Weekly. even more in Europe

America.. They should be prefacedto We do Neat :
EASILY STATED.Mrs. Printing : .s
which the :
every request grammar: i i t"i l'
teaches. 'Thank is the first
you' at Reasonable Prices. '
; Stone-Whaif Ia the difference .A
,word to be learned in foreign lan *
Opposite U. S. Patent Office ; a '
between investment and
an ,a
WASHINGTON D. C- dearf" guage. Banner Job Office. .. I{
.' "Some people are clever at pick I;.. ..
;'" -. Kirby Stone.'' -If you lose, if sspeculation. a ing up French or German, learning - - '. .e ..'.'
' THE CULT.. nouns from street signs, verbs from

billboards and idioms from advertisements. -
Mrs. think His MAIL CAKRIJ1R8: WILL FIT '
WaYUPIThen you :
: If you have not this i
E the coming religion? Tbislaaaaxeofcreit'dUeoTerte*. I'rog" kind of mind,' learn to say 'Please' Physicians r'r

Mrs. Blase-Undoubtedly. It bal ess-ndes cam's mall of the carriers air. 8ooa flying we In may all see directions Uncle and Thank you/ nine cases.out often the food use from of a goodiaxatlve, to keep.the bowels open and prevent the poisons of undigested I I
excellent start. It has been in gettlnglnto your'lysteoa.The
an existence transporting mail People take .eD" the clever man will discover: latest product of science 1 Is VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup purely vegetable, gentle: ,w I
{ a year now and hasn't been erful Interest la a discovery that benefits what you want.!* reliable and f>1 a pleasant, aromatic taste. Velvo acts on the.liver, as well as on tlw I
; pinched by the police yet.-Puck. them That's why Dr.King's New Discovery stomach and bowels, and is of the greatest possible.efficacy In constipation, Indigestion
,\ ----- for coughs and colds and other throat -- -- bWousness, sick headache, feverishness coUc.flatulence, etc. Try VP' I-
: I I I and lungdi.nse.le toe most popular med TUB CHOICJB: OK A. HUSBAND.s .
NATURALLY. brae In America. "It cured me of a dreadful too Important a matter for a woman to be
I cough,writes Jlra.J. J'. Davis, Btloki handicapped by weakness;bad blood or font V F I V A LAXATIVE
have here sir
Reporter-I a story ,II
.... i n-r Comer. lilt..after doctor's treatment breath. Avoid these kill-hopes by taking ,
about a human salamander who and all other remedies had failed. Kzeel.lestior : -' Dr XID,'. Life Fills. New strength, fine

' -J" could live without discomfort fA a ooacbs, colds .raav bronchial affeotlon. complexion: pure breotD.cheerful spiritsthing -. ,
.temperature of 300 degrees.. Price Mo sad .!. Trial bottle that wltt men-follow tnelr use. Easy IL L I U LIVER SYRUP

,, .- Editor-Good. !. Thafa hot staff.b I the- az B lI: JleBeaell,'.. sale sore, SBo at 8 E MeGeacby.


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] Persona( IT grand-daughter U Mrs.visiting S. E.: with Collier, Francis relatives and her Home little and, ] Town Topics; IT 1"1! 1

Schedule of friends at Campbell this and Sucess is not an.endeavor todo

4 B. C. 4* St. A.. Railroad. last. week. a great thing but'it repeated endeavors "Jt
been in to do thnngs. ANY .; .-
E"cdlya Mar 12. 19'2.' Bert Davis, who has greater ..

l Train No:1 TraloNo. 8aolaa Jacksonvlllelof:"some time, came A crowd of base ball playerssome '- t., '. '" ., ... '.. ..-. ..
t8outh.station 0'
North. "
OotOIr .
home Saturday morning, much BANK >
.: Lv" 11:00 a.m. CblpleJ 6:00 p.m. Ar. from Chipley and some- J' .
d, ,11:33 a.m. Wausan 4:27 p.m. to the pleasure of his, parents from Bomfay -left Tuesday for : '. ., 'j.
n 1':03 p.m. Ureenhead 4:00 p.m. ': ". ". .,..t" .'
12:00 p.m. RlverRlde 8M p.m. "" and friends. Tallahassee to play a series of 1 'J ;- :;' 'c

.t Ar." 1248 1:00 p.m.p.m. Southport Vlelrllboflr 1:00 8:1t p.m.p.m.iv.S .. W. O. Butler.Jr. and family three games.Brick ;iYoU i : :'
.. Can b business after fashion, when,.
went out to Orange Hill Monday work'on the Tharp- "- > ". "' '. \ ,
,; ,'[ 'Jordan-Tay.1or of Macom was where they will spen a few weeksat Warren buildings is'about completed i ::c, 'times' aregood anti..:.money easy.< : When.timesare i .

."in town Monday.. their summer ,hom They I and as soon as the wood -

J. C. McLaughlin of .Bonifay were accompanied by T. A- De- : work is finished they will be t ,' .. hard! and money "b'v u feel! the I
,. "was a visitor In the city TuesdayE. kle.and-wife of Campf? 1lton. ready for tenants. ,

Walter Harvey spent part ot The ball I.1 ?:... :need'of a business cobnectton wi.th' aBig '-
D. Knight of Jackson vile, Bonifay boys came i ..
'. transacted business! bere Tues- last week at Panama City. and over Monday and let the Chipleyteam ,
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day. be is very enthusiastic about the give them a little practice. ,: : Strong and, Reliable: Bank, ;
: V
Bay country. This is his first -
to .
score was way up '
J. 1'. Boland of Geneva,' was visit", jn about three 'years, and he favor of Bonifay. Do your. banking. business, and .make your cie'dit.
one of the busiuess visitors here .
is convinced that Panama '
says be >, ..
Friday. City will be mil town. The weather for the past two good with the strongest Bank, 'in ; .
weeks has been unusually hot in :' "." '' : : .
Attorney H. H. Wells is spending : .4 ; : ; .
short vacation at points on Mrs. J, A. McCormac and children the North and East, but in the ., :*" ''" ,: .:, Washington County4' ,'., ,":..*:. ".'
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afternoon '' .'
Monday South especially i in Florida, it : ''.: ; "" :'
i the Bay. from a week's visit with her par- has been exceedingly pleasant.The .
W. E. Brownlee of Raiford ents near Gordon, Ala., and says '
first bale of new cotton we The First National Bank
,was a bus-ness,visitor in the city says she had a most delightful
Monday. visit. She also had tKe yleasureof have seen reported this season
was from San Benito, Tex. It of ey. '
seeing one of her sisters fromtsstssipp Chipl
o Frank DeLoach a popular traveling l\ : was sold at auction in New Or- ,
man of Jacksonville, was leans, and .brought 28c per,pound
here Monday.Mrs. The friends of Mrs. D. D. Da-

Josie Daniel yisited with vis will be pleased to learn that 'The fear of bubonic plague .....o........................!.......................tt4; t4I
her father Uncle William Gainerof has caused the'death of many a
friends at Campbellton several
Econfina, who has been quite wothless wharf rat in the past I
days last week. Rub-My-Tism wjll cure you. I Rub-My-Tism will cure you.
sick is very much better now. few days. If it means the the
Uncle Dan Buie transacted Uncle William who was among extermination of rats,..let the A few special baagains at the Try our Pure Coffee; it

:.. business at Cottondale and ,Mari- the first settlers of Washington fright'continue.. Misses Richardson'a.this week. is better. At Schell's.

,anna Saturday county, is almost 90'year old. Judge Crocker of the County HATS,.. HATS at, your own Phone Williams & Helton for

''I W, A. Sessoms was over from W. B. Mack :and. K. A., Chap- Court put the-screws; on blind price at Campbell & Dekle, Co's. ,any kind of'feed stuff you'may .
: : :
Bouuay and mingled:: with foleude of aud toters last Call need for horses,-etc.
pelle, special representatives tiger: men pistol in at the Misses Richard- \our cows

: ,here Tuesday. the Pelsacola Journal), arrived in week and,as.a. result the hard son's and see the pretty new i l Dishes and Glasswareat

'.: Mrs. A. L Miller spending. the city Monday to get up mate- road force is beneficiary to the goods received this week. ... '

some time at Panama ,City the rial ,for a special Washington extent of about a.half dozen more_ STAR *5* STAR SHOESthe Schell's.Automobile .

ot friends, edition of the Journal Good:for Jud Crocker. '
guest county best made, sold in Chipley by and Bicycle Owners-See 1

.. O. O. Fisher and wife of De- which will be issued: about the A'man by the name. of Deal WILTIAMS,&HELTON. Chipley Specialty Co..for material to
Funiak the ; first Sunday in August. This repair punctured tires in one minute I
Springs, were among and Nix: Williams both living a
SAWN TIMBER--For best without
edition will take up every sectionof coat.-F. F. PELT
visitors here Saturday. few miles north of Chipley in '
; results ship your timber to MUR '
our county and will no doubt -
Attorney J. R. Wells,of Panama be of much benefit. Any courtesy Jackson county, had a little difficulty PHY-MORRISON Co., 326 Brent Arbitrator Flour, 80c ,

City, spent Sunday night shown,these young men will Friday .afternoon, and Bldg., Pensacola! Fla.. .' At Schell's.
Deal took a shot at. Williams but
here the relatives.
::<.t,. guest be appreciated by the Journal. If/you are in a hurry and waiting SAWN TIMBER--For the best _.
no damage was done. Deal was '
Mrs. R. C. Horne and daughter .. a arrested. for your groceries, you can results ship your timber to MUR

John, spent several days last Flan to RaIse Foods for Much get them quickly by phoning to PHY-MORRISON Co., 326 Brent

,; week at Lynn Haven. Needed New School BundiD The sad news reached here Williams & Helton. Bldg., Pensacola, Fla.Mason ; _

Attoney, A. W. Weeks of. Bon A meeting was held by a num- Friday afternoon that Charlie LACE COLLARS-the espe- Fruit Jars pints ,.
... Richardson, son of Rev. W. P. cial attention of the ladies is call- ;
fay, was looking after the interest citizens -
ber ot our city's progressive
and 50c dozen' atSchell's.
of clients here Tuesday, Richardson of Chipley, who lives ed to the dainty line of Lace Collars quarts: :
0 to discuss ways and means
at Campbell & Dekle Co's.f .
at Eleanor, had been struck bya
':, Dr. W..:J. Lee of Southport, and to make plans for securing .'
bolt of lightning and killed.
was in the city mingling with funds with which to build another -
n'l The numerous friends of the 'I am bandlinl K Ice in Chipley again this'season
school building to be used
friends a few hours Friday, family will be sorry to learn of I will apprec]late: your patronage and promise ,
Miss Eva Thompson of St..Andrew connection with the one we'already this fatal accident,and will tender you the sameattention : courteous treatment and prompt t'
have but which is inadequate f C E
now I,h aye always"given you heretafore.
is the guest of her cousin, sympathy: to his father, and !
to accommodate the increasing -
Miss Alta Davis here this week. school population." I. sisters, Misses Lou and Lizzie A. B. Nowlin.e "

Prot. W. T. Horne was in from After a thorough discussion of Rrichardson.' His remains was Open from to IO o'clock Hunclciys.!

his farm.and mingled with his the subject, it was decided to try brought here for burial and the All orders to be delive: must be received -
funeral held at 4 o'clock Saturday
was -
friends here few hours Satur
a raise and
to $5,000 the plan to secure -
day. ,afternoon. ; not later .than ,4 o'clock p. m.- ,/ -
it was to get 13.men to give
Uncle Tommy:Johnson, oue of $100 each; 43 men to give '$50

the most popular traveling men each; 41. men to give$25 each, and .

coming to Chipley, was in town 30 men to give $10 each. This !""

X. Saturday. plan seems entirely feasible and -

;':,, F. L. Robinson and wife of it is thought the amount necessary -

{ Blountstown, are visiting H. L. 'to make this most necessary we want to show
improvement to Chipley's splen-
'" Bowen and wife, south of town, : .
i r did school can be easily
this week.
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T. A. Dekle and wife of Camp put into executtonn the

J: : bellton, spent several days here plan suggested the following The Greatest Line of Screen Doors' and Windows '

:;', this and last, week visiting ,with committee was appointed: C. E. '

'.,. homefolka.I Tharp chairman; W T. Laney Ever Rhown Here Fine Front Doors,< Sash and .:"

*, Miss Bessie Williams of Pendk" J. T Bowen, C. E. Wilson andJ. .

;;: srcola, 'was the guest of Miss Penelope R. McGeachy. This committee Sash Weights Kitchen Sinks Galvanise Pipe and

-:: Strange, several days this bas carefully prepared lists : .: .' ,.. ,.
,i-:;,: and last week. and in the next few days will see Pipe Ittlng. :-: '..-.. :-: .:.:' :".*. :-:.

e.very one and appeal for the '. /'
\ Miss Fannie Crim, who has ,
I:":" been i in Gainesville for the past !amount matter asked. and This it is.is an hoped important FISHING TACKLE THATS FIT FOR 'FISHING .. -

{ :year.is here for a visit with relatives committee -- '
the will meet ready

yyy'(;.J., : and,friends. response.' The Best Line of Fishing Tackle Shown in _
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,; Ben Askew was over from BonY r- .(
i.". \'Y', ifay and spent the day Saturday Carl of Thanks. Chipley Many Years. .Y m :./ :.! :: :."eyWe

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; ,, attending Masonic lodge meetingand We extend our most. sincere .""

\/' mingling with friends. thanks to the people of Oak Hill

\,.;". Onr good friend P. L. Horne community and of Cbipiey for Are Looking For You. ,ir),
their kindness and 'assistance to
was in town Saturday, and he
hip us in the last illness of our son
r remembered the editor, too, by
Hugh. May God's blessings attend -
3r" bringing us a mesa green .peas .
t you, is the wish of Dunn-CoIemanOompany /

County Treasurer H. B.Tiller JQEL T SUP AND WIFE. _

was 'up, from Vernon Saturday .

and brou2-ht..a bale of cotton, Is.the sisterhood of, woman- A. G. McQUAGGE General' Manager / o!

?+ however it. was not. 'of this year's more powerful than the' brother r ..

growth. 1 ? hood of man ...J: "

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