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Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
October 3, 1912


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“The town that was built on a railroad,” Chipley is the seat of Washington County, located inland in Florida’s Panhandle, just south of the Alabama state line. First known as Orange, this small West Florida community was founded in 1882 in anticipation of the arrival of a railroad that would connect the farming area with markets in Pensacola and Tallahassee and in neighboring Alabama and Georgia. Shortly after the line was completed, Orange was renamed Chipley in honor of William D. Chipley, vice-president of the Pensacola and Atlantic Railroad, a notable figure in the political and economic history of the area and an aggressive lobbyist for railroad land grants. The town’s first newspaper, the Intelligencer, edited by J.C. Langley, also began in 1882. The Intelligencer was renamed the Chipley Banner in 1893 and published under this name until 1943, when it merged with the Washington County News.
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Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
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.+ .Vol. xx. Chlpley. Washington County* Florida October; 3rd 1912. No. f4

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T ake Notice They are anticipating a grand 80 acres, 6 rallies south of Chip- The B. C. & St. A. Railroad
and time at the big'Dem- have made with
glorious I ley, on Orange Hill; 35 acres un- arrangements
ocratic rally at Lynn Haven next der cultivation, 2 bouses, plentyof Tiller & Blackwell to run their '
From this date henceforth we will run our Thursday, the 10th inst and you fruit; remainder in timber. boat in connection with the B.. C.

11 9; market business on a strictly are cordially invited to be there.A $10 per acre. train, and you can make prompt ,.
CASH BASIS. special train will be run from 40 acres 3 miles east of Fountain connection for any point. on the .
';Ii'\: Chipley to South port, leaving ; 3 acres cleared and small bay. ,

.:f: When you send to the market for meat, send the here at 7 a. m., the fare for round house. $300.Reason Going north this boat will ob- ... .
also if order 'Phone have the trip being $1. Launches will be for selling: I am going' serve the 'following schedule.
4 mpney ; or you by change I>uvo Mlllvllle 0:30: a.m. .
ready for the delivery boy. Don't fosget this! run from all bay points. South. Address Leave Panama City 10:15: 0.:11': '.:Ii.
lions. Emmett Wilson, Park A. P. FICNNEL.Lynn Leave St.. Andrew 11:00: a.m. .. ;}.
Trammel and T. F. West have Haven, Fla. Leavo Lynn Haven 12:10 p.m. : '",
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Going South the boat be
The fall opening at the millinery t ti
addresses and Frank Clark and i in waiting on arrival of train,and
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Igistration Notice. Why buy a wagon and go offhoping' also been invited. And music Richardson is in progress yes- R. F. SCARI:TT,
for the occasion will be furnishedby terday and today. They have on General Manager
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v i ijn for registration at question You don't want to miss this and read v-to-wear bats, and Dr. T. G. Yates
in the court house, is settled. Sold by Dunn- Rally, for, besides the oratory a
R, Fridays and Satarf Coleman Co. there will be a big fish fry, which lot of other millinery and novelties Eye Specialist,
,f each-tveek until the sect -,I HI will be free to all. dear'to' the feminine heart. Will be in Chipley at Dr. Wilton's '
lturrllpy in October, from I I The Misses Richardson can I .. ... Their store is crowded with cus- office the First Tuesday 'in Oc-

.n..p '.J 1J.: m.. D. NIXON, I I please you in any. kind of millinery The letter "a" is one thing tomers and prospective customers. tober, 1912. Consultation", and '., '
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THE BANNER Value. of,L,""ads. -. -, .',,, ,. .> J,,, .\'''

"There going to be a wpn I ]
PUB1J8HJCU EVERY THURSDAY.At derfulincrease in the value oi
Chipley, Fla. ,
: farm land in Florida during the School r'Sh-oes

WALTER W. JONES, BaitOf.Batmd next few years," said a man who ,

: at tbs portoffic at Chlplor.Fla., a. has been traveling over the state "
.M0oa4 cUM mall_aLter.SOBSORIP'l"ION'RATES. considerably recently. He said .. .. "

further: "Compared'with the r

0.. TBAB..:11.00)( value of real estate in the cities ',
UXMOHTHB,. and towns, farming land in Flor- .

TKKEB: NORTHS. ida is bringing very low prices. ;. ''a1d6irts. .. ...

this in the near fO.t.B ys :
4mrtlsta rates furnUbed on application. All will change .

future, when developments alrea .
mnnlcatloDn on live topics, espe. -
dally el local Interest, are solicited. 1la & dy-begun are consumated. New \ -
understood, however that the publish .
and those
towns will spring up I
01 T.. BAJJXBB will not be responslbli
for opinions expressed by correspondents. already established will grow '-

rapidly, thus affording a ready Shoe Made
TT. BANKER wants a live 'represontatl The Very Best
,. and correspondent atever liberal market for farm products The
and will make ar '.
la the county \
natural effect of all this will be a '
the rlurt parties.
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free I ) \U Sues All Qualities' .
;Roosevelt talks against :; ; '.
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trade. Why? Because no one .
The development of Chipley is ,. ,
advocating free trade. '".' -- I
.. .. no one man's duty, nor is it the -.':'i- .;I .. \ s

"Where.was Roosevelt when the duty ot any one group of its peo- ./ :.>" r "'

progressives! were risking their ple. 'The individual must not -' ;, ''. ', : ,, Get.. ',tfielrn from', .' /j

political lives- trying to reduce hesitate to start the work; his .,; ., ., 'I'.!. ".'1,,. ''.1 .- ''" ," I 1.t
the tariff? neighbors should not hesitate, to .'l
-.- help it along. No one :element

If you intend to buy land in can accomplish desired results :: : V

.Washington; county, now is the alone, neither will one element :: ,taanPbell.-: 'Dekle .Comp .Y.r. .
time to buy.. Land will never get alone be benefited thereby. It is ,,; -'" i

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any cheaper here. the interest of all, and the busi- > I

.. ot all. One man may .originate -
ness .... __. ..
at but all must execute. Th.e.grstydtit ----"""
Roosevelt said in .a speech 1 JSKT

Denver last week that.he-" f iff"eJtcfns'fcTienTisTTheaid Well Deserved. District Registration Officers. I DetrlocratietckeNATIONAL .i

fa Jot.of the riec ii'of Presidents. of.all, and the'duty of all is to ;,.

---.1'.Wel1'wbat is he a candidate for? promote the interest.of each., The Praise That Comes From The following district registration For, 'President: .

.. ... The development of Chipley is officers have been appointed WOODROW WzI l-lt ,
Thankful Chipley People.One
in Wash For Vice-President:
man's duty; it's development for.thq several precincts THOMASJ.,.
Lemons are way up. Kidney remedy has known ington' county. The books in Presidential Electors: ,.< r; ff
the voters are cornering the supply is the town's opportunity.Chipley's merit. JEFFERSON: Ii. wxa.J .
is the wholetown's each precinct will be kept open Faso! DnliA.! .:1 M
to hand out to Taft and Ted welfare Chipley people rely upon it. CHARLES E. Jo :, '!
'businessLet That remedy! Doan's Kidney Pills at least two/lava;a week from the W. CUIPJ.lIIY Jo: 1-t .
dy in November. in September to the LKLAHD J. IIsi: N...
Chipley testimony proves it reliable. first Monday """ .
... us get busyl! U. C. 8PABKMA \
.. Mrs.-MBA Davis, Jackson St., Chip- second Saturday in October. Congressman. State at La_.$.,t
Don't belong to the great army ley,' Fla., says: "I consider it pleasure Dlst. No. 1. Registration Officer.. CLAUDE. Third L'ExorsCongressman. DistrieitEMMETT
of those'who intend to do things The Manufacturers Record to again recommend Doan's Kidney Dlst. No. 2. C.. L. Nichols. WILHO; '

just as soon-as they find time. If makes the statement that the ,Pills in a public way I think Dlst. No.,3. Walter Pennlngton.

want time, you can 'only getitiaonewayandthat4s South is the nation's.greatest asset just as highly of this remedy now as I Dl t. No. 4. A. WV Gainer.. STA.TE5 I
you Governor:
did three ago after it cured me No. 5. Chas. Armstrong '
years Dlst.
by taking and to prove it says a special PARK TRAM UK: ,
in and I have hae little or no kidney trouble Dist' No. 6. S. A. Wesley. Secretary of 8ts s:
it., edition is being prepared since I was in poor health quitea Dlst. No. 7. J. T.Bowen.Dlst. II, C. CRAWFO ,

.. which it proposes to show con- while and seemed to be growingworse. .' No. 8.L.. S. Armstrong. Commissioner of AurlcnltnW. tt
lusively thai-its contention that My nerves were all unstrungand DUt. No. 9. Robert Nixon.
Ifyou wish to help a good and.. the; South is the nation's greatest I rested so poorly that when I got 1 DUU'No.. 10.: O. C. Parker. Treasurer J:. C. LVNINCU ,t J J1i.

wor h.,- cause, send your contribution asset is true. The Record has up in the'morntng I was all tired out. Dist. No. 11. G. W, Joonson. Comptroller:
in to the Wilson and Marshall My appetite was yoor and I always Dlst. No. 12. J. M. Simmons. W. V KHOTT. ,, ,-
undertaken a big proposition, finally Dist. No..13. P. N. Hutchison. Attorney General:

felt languid. My daughter procured
fund. They are
campaign WKST.Superintendent
T. F.
No. 14. T. F, Tiller.
which do not for Diet
it is
gut one we Pills
box ot Doan's Kidney PublkPtdtructv.
depending on the people and not a Dist. No.,IS, J. J. Cox, of !
uraomenftbat it can prove; andf and I began using this remedy. The Dist. No. 16. E. M. Newman.. \ N. HHBATaJlN W
oot the trusts. it can sO'present the matter as contents of the first box did me so much, Dist. No.. 17. W. B. Gray. State Chomlctt
.. good that (continued to use it and before Dist. No. 18. .1..1. Kronmiller.: t6.
to convince the business world Dist. No. 19.;: W. G. Hinson. Adjutant General r '
Have a purpose, No man eve: I that this section, with its great long I was in better health than I Dlst No. 20. H.. L, Bowen. J. C. H.'FosTKr '-Ci
had enjoyed for yeara. I feel that I : Dist. No. 21. J. S. Melvln. '- Senator, 2.1 th District ,
reached great things without trying !natural advantages, is the greatest owe much to Doan's Kidney Pills. Dist. No.22. Robert Lambert. A*.J> M r
for them. Thoughts of what Dlst. No.23. C. C. Mills. 1.
of the it
asset country, For sale by all dealers. Price 50
is great; love for grand ideals; create in other section a far greater cents.. Foster-Milburn 'Ca, Buffalo, Dist.Dist. No.No. 24.25. Henry M. L. Harmon. couRepresentative: .. -

daily acts.done in a great spirit,, interest in the future of this New York, sole agents for the United DUt. No. 26. James Yates.. Sr. L. H. HOW IL' ?. j
States. Dist. No. 27, W. M. Wilson. Clerk Circuit Court: v01
prepare the hero's hou'r' and section than has yet been awake Remember the name-Doan'a.-.and J. D. NIXON, W. B. UsixsRSheriff >O*.

,bring it to him. ened. take no other.NOTICE Supervisor of Registration. : HENBT FABRIC: ......'.
... Tax Asseggon ,t 'i ;.r 0.;:,<

Four years ago Roosevelt could There are, ten things for which Department FOR PUBLICATION of the Interior, NOTICE' Department FOR PUBLICATION.of the Interior, Tax Colleetort"II.. B. TILLER. 5k,".-4

find patriotic reasons to justify no" one has'ever yet been sorry. I U S. Land Ollice at Gainesville. Florida. U. S. Land Office at Gainesville, Florida. ,' Treasurer:
August 17, 1012. August 17, 1912. F. M. Rusa.
every trust magnate "in supporting These are: For doing good to all;; Notice Is hereby given that James S.:: Notice t.hereby given that Felix K. I'. Supt. Public Instruction: i

the republican ticket" but for speaking evil-of no one;; forbearing June Brooks 24th of lOlU Southport made ,Homestead Florida, who Entry.on Fulgham of: Houthport 1900. mada. Florida Homestead who En-on' County Judge W. T.: IIORNK.-

now If any republican prefers) before i judging;for thinking Serial No.'08020.for VVW of NW# Section November, o. 01822 for NEJf Section 30.. O. CROOKER.Coun'J' .
south Range 14 west.Tal Township 1 south, Itaneo 14 west. Tallahassee Surveyor
Town hip
Wilson to Roosevelt it is accepted before speaking; ,for.holding lahassee Meridian has hind notice of Intention Meridian has filed notice of intention THOMAS Co_..

by the ex-president as conclusive an angry tongue; for asking pardon Proof to ta establish make Final claim Commutation tothe land Proof to to establish make Final claim Commutation to the land County Commissioners l>. O. BROCK.:

proof that there is something 'for all wrongs;,' for being"pa above described. before the Clerk of the above described, before the Clerk, of the the .(.1.V.I. F.GAINER THARP. m."
Circuit Court at Vernon Florida! on the Circuit Court at Vernon. on .
wrong with the democratic tient toward everybody! ; stoppingthe 20th day of :September: 1012. 26th day of September, 1912.Cialmentnames F. M W.J.F.!GAINKB Russ.
as witnesses: T.
wltnessks II. 8.
Claimant names as
candidate. ear to a tale bearer; for dis Smith, A. Mori-nil, K. K. Ful! ham.1.F.Tiller Tiller. A. Morrell, James H. Brooks. I B. )!'. Members Hchool,i"VejrnTica Boa .
Florida.Henry Jackson, all of Southport.: Florida.! ii, I
believing the most of. the ill re- all of lSoutbport. a,Chubb, Henry 8. Chnbb;. A. F. ROOKS rfjL,
L. M. KmriiKRr
I Register. J
Half the troubles this world ports. .

are preventable and nearly all of. .t.7C7afmC7alla6lJrs .-9-

the other half,never happen. In Don't neglect to register, while

stead of wasting time in fret and the books are open.if: 'You..desire % Jats917a1 %

.worry anticipating .trouble, prevent to vote at the coming November r:: :

it by putting method and election., This applies t'o all persons ". i

system into your work Don'I wno have been in' the state AN INVITATION TO REST

work "just to get through1work one year and the county six

for the fun of working and months, who have not heretofore : ..J I

for the pleasure of doing good registered; also those .who have Is concealed in every one 'of the various_'e. h .:,..

work and doing it just a little become 21 since last election. -

better than anybody else. of couches .on vjbwin this home of good- faraia .l.i

a.- Every elector. in Washington Y turc. Just! a sight of them arouses an anticipaf f,
to .
should be prepared
In the midst..of all the charges: county ,
and countercharges flying back vote for the initiative. and referendum ; tidn of ease and comfort. J| ;J;f

election: .
factions at the Noyember "
and forth between the two -
It is a good'Democratic; measure Come see them.. They are pretty aq well| ff'; ;
of the Republican party,
; ;. 'Woodrow Wilson stands serene looking toward the actual placingof priced.)'
moderately )
and thery j
in the
na the reins of government
and unassailed. lie has past 't i';
: that is not creditable to him.. Every hands of the people.! ..a ti:
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year of his life has been lived J Furniture Company :
: in such a way .that now when he Did it ever occur to you that it Chipley ; .

,,;;_ stands on the heights no man can is necessary to provide 'some Railroad Street. Chipley Fla. :y":

. d7-eaya: word against him or cast places of amusement if we expectto )

i' ,! ; 'aspersions upon bis record: or get the,touriwt and keep- them.
:;--'; the winter. .
', '. : impugn his motives. during ';

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Some Countries the Serving ef the Appalling Number of Infanta Die

t Barber Pleasant Drink Is Much of -There Annually, Many Being

a Ceremony. Killed by Plge.-

: Shop. I 5. 5 In-iEngland Franco] and Gfermanyica StJ Petersburg- a "Day' of Vio

is made in much the same ple- !tetsv'thisspring, when a-couple of c

'xjian but in other countries the thousand '
.. No Waiting. way young people, including & &
the which
method of enjoying cup many schoolboys and schoolgirls

rI:;\; ..73 Barbers: 3 sheers is a more picturesque ceremony. spread through the city and sold ar*

.. .' tiflcial violets in order to raise fundsto
; .,' In China for example a large, aid
in combating the appalling

, v;'t't--/\.: ,/. .<:,. Everything_ : Up-to-Now. artistic cup is set in a brass or silver Infant mortality in Russia. No few ''I
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I ".''?" "t.", .C( t.T. shivc, . ." . I5o.c'v holder, and in this cup the tea is er than 2,000,000 infantsdie annually \\
..ft'! 1.' ..1.' ". ll.iirculttng, ... . 25c.Shampoo placed,and covered with boiling, wafcer. to'fifty governments of European : A handsome new style in
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Grade "
0:: # A little saucer just fib = Diamond Special
; Russia and in.tbe Samara i our
t ::';'. '.y : Massage, .. .. . :!..5c.t govt $3 00 "
1.,;'.("':;'.,. '" Hair Singe.t... 2rc, it is placed inside the cup to keepin ernment the ,death rate amounts r y that will give the finishing e ....4
the steam and flavor of the tea. .
58 per cent. Statistics show that of "
,. :" .-, .;' ./;: W c Slicil. Your Patronage. When it is drawn it is poured from four and a half million children over touch to aarcostufne. .

':' 1 !.* the big into dainty little ones three million die before of : .
i ," Very Respectfully..V cup reaching the This is only one our new patterns. }

, / D. F"cfers' Fropr no bigger than an eggshell. The age of five years. his of .
.; method followed in Japan is almost Ask your dealer to show you styles .,
The is
I' mortality much higher in *
i. similar. Diamond DrandShocs. Ho should have .
.the summer than in the winter, for

HUGH FARlUOIl, Tea making in Russia is a simple every peasant adult Is, occupied infield them in all grades, at all prices, for men
4 process involving merely the use ofa
DENTLf 3T. work'and the,children are consequently +
samovar' and a slice of lemon or I a& well,aarfor women and children rtiaC
j A number -
,Crown and Dri.lgc Work a :Spt.ciu..ty.WOHK : of lime. are-killed and'aten by, pigs every
Java is served'in broad flat Z II' 711 ?i1ND
In tea ,
ALL CUARANTEEi.tS year In the absence of any guard. D &a
flavored with Batavia sf EM. .'lERS tllttiiS
cups !and ar lans. So 4 t
'Q..Omce over, Chipley State Bank. great, indeed is the mortality -
"'. rack, and in Formosa it is steeped from this cause that ,in )''
many WE "f-MORE'fiiiC SHOES THAN AN :.
with tea flowers and twb
one or or
r. The. New York Work floorers. districts the land owners when makIng > o //O /// TtfE iV ST. .
ange contracts,with their peasant ten-
Thrice-a*week Eedition. _
jFor the Uruguayans
their: tea drinking ants stipulate that, no pigs'may be

::0- employ silver tubes, eacttof kept on their holdings. --. .
Tho 'I'hrlcn-It week World hopes to be which has at .the end ball-like
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V BMI M MI i ,
In l'HS) it bettor paper than It ha everliccn ftflJ. .
strainer known as a bomba or boin- "
licforo, and ft has madn! Its arrangements W Copeland, Dayton II? inirchusrd n 431. B. Buy Street. '
accordingly.; Itsnowsscrvicocov billa. bottle of Chamlier'nln's: Dough Hemedv for JACKBONVIUL. F*, L.OI2IDA' t
era the entire globe, and It reports everything In Martinique an aromatic tea is Lie boy who bad u told and belorothe bottle '-

fully, promptly and accurately. It usod, and a peculiar liquor made by Wo all used tile boj'scold was gone. 1* t' Largest stock of JSfaclnncry

U the Only |paper. not a dally which U as the monks and by the old French not. Ibut better than to I'AYa five dollar doc c in Florida forw i '\\\, mill, : ai-il I .
UQnd as u dally, and which will keep You I tor's bill 1 For Stile,by till, :
completely Informed of what Is happening housewives is added.-Philadelphia planing rniUs.EARQUHAR. ". "._ 'a \ ,

throughout tho world. Inquirer :MACHINERY
'l'ho Thrlco week, World Is fair In Its AVIATOR'S PROPHECY. :
been bu11t't t for"57*
has 'f
You get the truthfrrim
u political rrporH." Ancient Roman Custom.By -' J'IO" '
c Its colninnsi;whether you arC a KoimhllcHn'or the customs of our country if A. V. Roe, one of the besWmown. I more built today'thar\ny\ .ptlj-.

'! Democrat, and that9\ what my person 'under prosecution for- a aviators m England, makes the start. cr. Let us tell joti.whv.AM-

yon want.A sapltal crime did not appear an offs ling prophecy in the London Mirror Send for catalog and pricei
speflalfrature] of the Thrieo-a- cckVoild
jer was sent to his: door in the morn* that of the future .
\ has always been Its aerial Iction( trumpet hydroplane ..4
ng'to summon him by sound of -
itpuhth has novolt: bv the best aiuboru! and the judges would never pass will carpr 1,000 passengers and revo- I W.:T q, MILTON M,,T.. DEKUD F. M. GOt.soPresident. t .. "
the world, nbvos hlcnIn foooU form -sell sentence before so public a'clfatlomBo I lutionize ocean travel. He says the Vlce-/ Prellldllllt t.i\: '!tlor.First .
for $1.50 apiece, and Its high standard In ..,I'" ,
) tender. were our ancestors In any speed obtainable will' be enormous,
this rospcct\ will\ hi maintained In the f.nt- matter where the life of a citizen was exceeding 150 miles 'an'hour, and, as :
urn a<< In the pnst. National Bank0MARII
concerned.-Calua Gracchus about 122
the ] will be safe '
.. Thii Thrlcc-u-wcek World's regular I B. C. hydroplane soon as*
subscription\ !prU-n Is only I $100 per year : as any human' invention ran be, it
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r, and this pay for 1M:; papers( ; We offer\ I r will do'away with seasickness. There : .. ,iL:

I thU unequal led newspaper and 'Ihn Ban When you brave u bad cold and want the 'is little doubt that: ocean, travelers] '
ee together for ono year for f1.65( The boat medicine obtainable to ua 10 euro it would choose it in" preference to Capital 50000.00 'I'J .: -.

regular; subscription prlci of the two pa. wit\\ u. little delay na |>o nil>lq. Here la adruggletsopinnous If Roe's a Solicits Accounts of Banks, Corporations.. Firms ana Individuals, ....'. ..
steamship. proph-
Is 13 .
pars hnve soul' Clumber1lalua :
: try is realized from New Our,, twenty ;years experience I'll the banking business enables tin tO'-oTTcr
'----- 13 : passengers
Cough: llcund for Years, Buys.Jinoe *
,. .. you they bnnkliiK.facilllles; of any bank In Weal orlda.. We also 'havc .i
,j'I". 1t"11rfi( ;' ; L'dlnrlwatognlntLand\ consider It the York will be in London twentyfourhours fully equipped Savings Department tin which.we pay it tereat ondepoatts.- >Ac
:m bunt.on the mill'ket. For Bale by all dIlL ICI'Ii. after their'start. Founts by mall .handled as easily a* by personal interview .. '
,r If. -':: -4' .. OJ 'II S Send us your business. ,
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write. Ion our clnCUontlal letter borne cyitivlnf F; M. GOLQON. Cash Iff.
(f-ir put. 'itt, may be worth money.We COW IN DEPARTMENT STORE Day of the Whip. .
1 rnll.lI f obt iia U.a.and FoTalfDPATENTS: ,- The dreaded "cat" Is probably tht .... 1
best known of old navar punishments .
Bossy Ascend Two Flight* ,of Stair Whipping was provided for'atileatjaa ;
an d ffttUC MAWKSor or etn I.MT end Create a Parti Among fifteenth and Nl' Ft.I Ft.
;:;:: e.. ...,"-nof': 1 ::. Bend ntV-t, nCe'rh_ long ago as
oqhn'oanrl' wa flAI"t.n IMMEDIATE: the Women; In Drake's time the regular trouncing Y'OUf JOB .
FnSSZ: rpi>orb on patmtb lily. \\o g-ivi'i' the boatswain on I / ,
of the ship's boys by
thu 1 one. It':;ul nervine and advice and. cur
churgoa: are motlurato; Try us. A sensation was created' a few Monday morning was regarded as the 'r.-

SWIFT & days in Norwich N. D. when only mean of Insuring a fair wind Sot
ago a
CO.5 ,
the rest of the week. That question will be asked you almost dally by business men eekfnl 03'01'
Patont Lawyoi"3, s 'fine Holstein cow being driven services if quality-take'theDraughonTralning-oridshow:: ambft-htoti.. '.
i Upji. L'.S.Patent aft Washlrtaton, D.C. 'through the village bolted the herd More BANKERS 'indorse DRAtTGHON'S ColleJ: than indorao; a1!! ot-c!- r 1 1\t "

..x-n nataraaeataaurs ;. .t at the cornet: of Main and Broad Here |Is. ifwf.mmi wbo speaks from fir- DeBS colleges COMBINED. 18 Colleges in 18 States. InteiuationalBanklnr }eputntna! .
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,. streets and entered a large depart sonal knowledge and long.t'xj(>erlenu > viz( I : .... ('ood.1'OS1110N3 LUAhAbTEkLunder rtasoilablarc.r'ii "..... "
S We ,huptly ol".u 'A, .;""d Forelga j ment store. Mrs I I'. 11. nl'O'IfI\lI.i WiUon, 1.... who saws, 1 Bookkeeping., Bookkeepers all over Homo St\t'*,.. T/' of bniii.ta.; ''-
Disdaining to stop on l Know from experience that mbefl"III'w the United States say that Draughon's ;bookkeepers; and sttt'Ofriifhrfs ;
M" the- first floor, the animal ascendedthe Cough Remedy i.i fur superior, Hiiy otbcr. New System of Bookkeeping naves them holding good r-ositlon 01 Vic; ,'l(
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l A Y]], !: stairs, poked her head'' into the b'oro OUI here! I III nothing that excel It, from 23 to 50 per,cent in world and worry. taking: Draughou'cHome Study."" '.

jt \'J _"',.-t-.- t\,! ..... ... law office of the state ,tax commissioner For 11"8) by all il,nler*. Shorthand. Practically nil U, S. official CA T At.OGUE. Far prices onvni
.:. .. court reporters write the System of fY6f41L, write J/.0 1!. 1)1"\1'1:, '
.4 tI'L'. uu"ljii" '' aor. '-'Hi t''tIiivutonfor,._ F.t ilitaUiukUou bellowed plaintively, and pro- ....-. --- -- Shorthand Draughon Colleges' tench! President NaihvllJo, Ttnn. 'Toj'j', v:' fit.ftloyuo .
liuurepnrtin v ;: I '
>i"3<'C::.ct ; r HVlfQ write< peeled: on up the next flight of SICK-ROOM CHEER. Whyf Because they know it'i the sJ. on I'f''I'le A7'COLLiris, w.
10 stairs and into the cloak departmentof 1 DRAUGIION I TACTICAL nUSIN] ,SS (1 )T.! ;' :

( the stire. The women clerks were This is what.Florence Nightingale .Jackarille.Flavor:Atlanta Ga.,or.Moi-'l;>>; rrMout::U't"' \ :,t"

'mflllOpposlta { In hysterics, and the-proprietors of : had to say on the suhjectof ]how the -'----

the store were at their wits' end. Efforts well are liable to erf in their dealings ]- 00<} { -e 0
U. t;?. Patent Office*! were made to get the cow into with the sick., "How often the .... '{

," j.. WASHiNGTC-! D.C. ) the elevator and escort her to the sick person," she remarked, "has to 25 Neat :$
Fainting '
'1 ,,..._-.- "'='Y -_...-- -'!PO'J -.---- 'ground: .floor, but she wanted to go' do the whole] conversation when a & (
visitor comes to his house-thus having -, i *5 # S
t Twist Off still higher, and made for the stairs!
; Top.
: Creates .
good impression'
his and 415\
to exert imagination
Very few people with the exception leading to the floor above. The own.. I

'' ._of those living in a plneappty country er of the cow arrived opportunely, memory.. "A sick'per- your'corrcsponclcnis: &

know how to remove the top from the ,and with a rope about the animal's son," she continued,. "does so,enjoy ?
.t fruit. Hold the apple firmly with one hearing good news, particularly of a' I.mong
neck and. assistant f. to *
bringing up give yourbus
,. hand, catch the top with the other and love affair that is likely to have a I
twist. around. It comes out easily. the rear she was safely escorted to ,.
good' ending! He has so much of .
Good the street. .
Housekeeping. : messprestige.. I'f" *
books and fiction, of principles, pro- .: \ :; )

Loosen cents and theories. Oh let him hear ,.: '
We1 do1' Neat fey j t
Folly of Pride In Cold. Pointing a
t, w
Ho proud,of riches Ja a fool. To loosen windows tbat mOTe hard, of any material good, or practical J.. i i };. <

For IfSe be-exalted above his neighbors melt a tablespoonful of lard and poura success, and do, instead of giving at lieasonablb I'i.ices.t' ". aG<:

because he hath more gold, how little between the window frame him advice that he has I heard I fifty : i .
and and the roller and .
much Inferior is he to a gold mine 1S ]1- on rope.It times tell him
something .,
over good
Jeremy Taylor works well, says Suburban Life, and J.obOffice.. =
I. a good thing to know In the iprlng- something amusing. It ia like a- J '"

time when frame are awollen from -day's health to him." :, *XXX.. .. .. .. ..' c:}: _

Didn't Want to Intrude.In being closed all winter. ..
a Studio at Rome: Fair SitterS -
,_ The Hadrians' lUa now I When
,- Would be the tx/ljllme' for me to see AVKI HV HIS W1FB. Physicians Advise
f Tramp-Please] mister could
Itt I mean, of wjrse. when the family Sbe'i a wln woman who knuwsjueiwbrl,
t : la likely to l/Kutr/ ( -Punch.M to do wlen her husband's life I I. In danger; give me a dime for a bowl of saup f the use of a goodlaxative, to keep the* bowels open and prevent tile poisons of onJge9J!
: S : food from gettinglnta your system. ,
"ut Hr. R.'J. Flint Kaintroc, Vt teofthat Pedestrian don't care for any
The latest product of sdenco Is VELVd Laxative
M Uver Syrup,purely vegfttibln! : (;I'nt'reUab1e -:.
Good ,DefentB. kind. She hUllledon mv using Or. Kl Igo avtp, Uri:V: ''rt.; and of a pleasant, aromatic taste. Velvo acts on the liver, as well as on VS
New Discovery, writes A]r. F. for a dreadful ;, e8AVi.s + stomach and bowels. and'Uof U.o greatest possible efficacy In constipation,.Indigestion,
"How could you tell that ugly girl I.euoM BOY. .
cougb when I was so weak my friend biliousness. sick headache, feverishness, collc.flatulence. etc. Try VP LLAXATIVE"
she had complexion like peaches and
a all thought I hat only u short tIme 10 hve It seemed that my it year oM boy wouUI
?" "No lie about that. I meant
cream and It completely cured ro ." A utiiok euro have to lone his h'" on net-omit of nn ugly
I yellow peaches and sour cream. for cough and oolda, It I* tbe moat sate and ulcee caused by a bad braise, wrote I). r. ,
I reliable medicine for many throat and Ilow.rdAgnneN.41.! All remedies nod! r

II I Safe Rule.. long .trouble-grip, bronchitis: !croup, doe or. treatment failed till we tried Bucklers I

Any man who writes a letter he whooping cough: I'" wants burned should burn it.hlmseltAtchlson A trial will convlrue yen A >x. Cures burn, boil, skin eruption, I LIVER SYRUP[
Glebe.I '''eta, and 'I 1, Guaranteed by 8 K McOeacby pll"* SCo nt A K Mcilencby. ,

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II Town Topics. IT .' "-
] Personal. IT Milton H
Mrs. Berta MOST
Schedule of tally shot Quite a crowd from Cbipley ,',

B. C. 6k St. A.. Railroad a parlor and the' mill Williams yesterday.reunion at ANY ',-

. Ettectlv March 11. HI2.i through '
behind the e I The for Chip-
i TralnNo. 2 Lyceum course
Train BANK ..
South.station Uolttg!: North. ;
Milton of
Going : will open-on the evening .
Lv. llQo".m. Chipley 5:00 p.m. Ar. ,,:'r
11:83 a.m. WausauOreenhead 4:27 p.m. were out 4th with the LeBrye "
18:08: p.m. 4:00 p.m. :. ., ..
I8ou p.m. Riverside 8:54 p.m. thought Co as the first attrac T
.. VIckaburK 8:13 p.m. i '
11: p.m. cartridge, "
Ar. 1:00 p.m. Southport 8:00 p.m. T-iV. i < Can handle your business after a fashion, when
... .. rifle tion.We learn from the Tim s-Cou- ,"

J. R. McColsky visited' In Ma- ed gun" got Marianna, that J. S. Gard times are good 'and money easy. When times

rlanna Friday the above ,.well known to most of our *-.: "< ,*"

E. N. Dekle spent Saturday home The and little died at Wetumpka, Ala., are .hard and money, tight you feell the

.and Sunday at Campbellton.W. tion need i of a ,business cohnectton with a t

T. Horne was mingling noon was The trustees'. the Chipley

with friend here Thursday.J. where an h School-have secured the Big Strong and Reliable Bank t
ed to remove of Prof. J. B. ,Murohyol
H. Porter was up from Ver- Ala., and school will
non for a few hours Saturday.Dr. Monday. Do your banking business and make your credit

Yates of Pensacola, was Gates The friends here of Prof. Ken- Bank in
good with the strongest
greeting friends here Tuesday.Mrs. Next will-be, interested to ,learn

Berta Blake went to doors open be was united in marriage to Washington County. ';

,Southport Monday. business. childdren work, :Esther. S.Anne C., on Titman.Sept. i '

P. Rowe of Pensacola was a
J. wide swung W. W. Harvey has sold, his
town Satur- First National Bank:
business yisitor in The ,
of building:to J. W. Bowen and ,
day. good things moved his stock of groceries
Miss Ethel White spent a few lutely enter the Tharp-Warren building of Chipl ey.

days this and last week at Soutl low a steep Sixth street next Redick's

The rest Cafe.The

port.A. J. Potter of Vernon, was !In the Sunday School conveution ................,...........................................
the West Florida Baptist As
town a short while Saturday afternoon their

iliar evening met and at Campbellton held a two- Farm For Sale. I' The Chi p ey Hardware Co. is

I .. Mrs. L. L. Kelley left tew days will not be I meeting which was well at buildings j I headquarters for Hardware.
farm, good
just mere Forty acre
for visit with her parents tended. Get fresh meats from
ago miles southwest of Chip- your
want to do 7
in Pentacola. Notwithstanding the rain Sat- I' & Sharron. We sell it for
sible. ley, near hard road, for sale at<
Postmaster L. Wiselogel
Marianna was one of the visitoi late what the Bodenhamer Realty and Auc- address, BANNER, Chipley.\ I You can get more furniture for .
) Co. of Greensbor N. C', on .. .
Saturday.G. r' better furni-
here meant to tl the same money or
north Sixth street, was fairly .
W. Moore a prosperous,fa saved well attended. All the lots were Farm For Sale. ture for less money at Chipley

mer near Bonifay, was trading youth to not sold, but they will be here Eighty acres of land, 40 acres Furniture Co.

here Thursday. to come, again tomorrow and will com- 10 cultivation; 6 miles southwestof Drop in and see how well our ':'

T. L. Jones, a prosperous far- the most of plete the sale. Chipley, on hard road; 'good bargain counter is filled; you will '
The The opening of fall and winter it. 9
mer near Wausau was in tow buildIngs, barn, etc. For partic- surely 'want something on !
Tuesday morning.T. wonder suits, dresses, etc., at B. Blake ulars address BANNER, Cbipley. Missses Richardson.
seem to & Co's last week was attended by .. .
.,E. Gainer of the Econfin Do flies and mosquitoes annoy
the school, large crows, all anxious to see
'section, was shaking hands with to store up the latest styles materials, 'etc., B. Blake & Co. have somethingof you? then why don't 'you put
friend here Saturday.W. ing energy and select their fall and winter special interest to the ladies to (screens in your,doors and win-
suits B. Blake & Co. carry an offer; step in see what it is. dows. See Dunn-Coleman Co
O. Daniel was down from ,delight, elegant line of goods and they about it.
Campbellton and spent the weekend happiness < have them priced reasonable.Rev. Absolutely fresh groceries and
here with his" family. the gates. quick delivery is what you gel Tee shoe that-will last a long
into which Clyde Johnson, pastor of from Williams & Helton. time and is comfortable, is the
Mrs. W. F. Eld ridge of Jacfconville
't't.:1.1'I the Presbyterian church was ov
never quite want to buy. That'sthe "
Williams shoe
spent Sunday here the When you wear shoes that you
from Marianna and held his
It is a great kind of shoes we sell. T. L.
& Helton sell are guaranteed -
guest oi Mrs. W. W. Jones. student of usual semi-monthly services here Wells & Bro.I :
-4 Sunday. Mr. Johnson has banded satisfaction. ,
R. C. Home was up Lyni subjects l, _
in his resignation as pastor, -
Haven and spent Sunday and
teach. however it will not take effect un- I handling Ice in Chipley again this season i\,
Monday here with his family. ty will open til after the'first of November, so I am will appreciate your patronage and promise \

McK. A. D. Campbell was over i the years, nothing preventing, he will bold you the same courteous treatment and prompt ;

from Marianna and spent Sunday tell to wbat two more services. here.. I C E attention I have always given you heretafore. ,

evening here with friends.J. they will be A. H. Nowlin. ':;
Cash for Chickens and..Eggs. r
L. Berry was up from the I Open ft-om 81 to IO o'clock. unday i
southern part of the county and Mr. Ezell I The Chipley Hotel will paj* the
pent Friday here on business. Graceville, highest market price IN CASH, All orders to be delivered must be received \,..

Mr. W. M. Douglas of Laure evening. I for your chickens and eggs. not later than 4 o'clock p. m. l

to Molino, .
Hill, is here this week visiting ,

her sister Mrs. T. H. Callahan. E. A. ii0S. W f\JTL i

Engineer J. W. Williams 'wen days ago

to Pensacola Saturday, carrying and ,

one of the B. C. engines for repair Louisa, in
-+ tucky. ,
Rev. McNeil went over to Bonifay his old -

,Sunday afternoon to attend and
the Children's Day, exercises in :
the Methodist church. changes length of. r1 ri-mn ii r .N.

Miss Geniveye Blow of Panama QI
S. M. Iii L.
City, enroute to Century, stop-
ped over here Sunday night and D. C. Buie, ',- Ill II I .AQ&1i
: lot
Baxley Every
was the guest of Mrs. W. W '
of material for
Jones.W. .
anna StudebaKer wagons r.
H. Faulk and family have a
must pass the rigid
returned from Clarksville and of the ( I searching test of the
are again domiciled in their com say they laboratories. : ,lY
fortable home on north Sixth time and

street.B. Physical and chemical tests discover

Pipkin, one of the prosper All kind inferior paint varnish iron steel and -
out farmers west of Holmes wood. Material not up to a high standard never

creek, was in town several days Fresh becomes a part of a StudebaKer wagon. a

last week brining cotton to mar
bell &
ket each time.J. Let'ua' tell you more
There about the StudabaKer-get .
B. Blackwell of Southport,,
bargains acquainted with thea'Studebsk.r
who baa been in Hot Spring for -
& construction
several weeks taking treatmentfor Campbell ."
before you buy any watfon.
rheumatism, returned home It you .
last week very. much improved. stop in and ... C ItIPIC:1.
ounter at Dunn-Coleman C mpanYJ
H, H. Wells left Monday forTallahassee .
to be present>> and '
,the, A. G. McQUAGGE. General Manager.
take his ,.eat.. senator in the ire .
special session, of the legislature Iren. Get

which convened Tuesday at noon & Helton.' i, ,- -

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