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Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
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November 21, 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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01. XX. Chipley Washington County, Florida November 2let 1912. No. .21,

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Boat Schednl at Sonthport.. The 'Knapp Farm and School. olooooooL": Board of Trade Meeting. :

The B. C. & St. A. Railroad The Knapp Memorial Committee Business 'Opportunity. :The Board of Trade held an FIRE! ,

have made arrangements with is meeting with gratifying 1 want a reliable man to interesting meeting Monday af \ -

Tiller & Blackwell to ran their success The practical value of represent the -Fidelity' Mutual | | ternoon. Several matter of importance What is more'alarming than the I' ". '

boat in connection with the B. C. the Knapp, Farm- and School of.I Life Insurance Co., at J to this immediate sec- fire alarm or more distressing' .

train, and you can'make prompt Country'life has been widely and I Cbipley and,vicinity. Have tion was discussed. than the scenes which frequently, :

connection for any point on the heartily endorsed, both by lead- r a goed; contract to offer the' | The Board Trade just now follow. Then what iil' I
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north this boat will observe Everywhere the idea, is meeting g an agency.of great More Comforting '
the farmers growing
the following sched uTe. with substantial response. II value and an income for,life. j than to know that the. home:is .--. .
Leave Mtllvjlle! 0:30 a.m.e sugar cane potatoes and rice
..r"t, / ve i'anamaClty 10:13: The persons who knew Dr. If you.are interested writeme fully protected against financial
l Andrew 11:00 and his coworkersare three sure crops. The Board of '
St.: a.m. Knapp were for full particulars.
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"" Leave Lynn Haven 12:10: ( p.m. enthusiastic over the farm E. Meade Wilson,. Manarer. Trade will'get out .some litera- > "
Arrive Southport 12:30 p.m. these subjects ina Fire Insurance Policy .
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P. O. Box 861 Jacksonville. Fla.
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in waiting on arrival of train and 99999O0099O09O9999OQ9SSee --
there will be no delay.R. Pabody College which will keep .. .. among the farmers in ,this sec- Fi B
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General Manager, whole South tor future genera; bCHELL for Feed. are also getting up copy for a Only :', :;

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Get one of those new hats at Insurace Companies. n
Specialist l on'tgoto a grocery or dry- are constantly seeking information "
Williams & Helton. J IEirLet Me Insure YOl1r'Property"6)ll* -
Will be in Chipley at Dr. Wilson's goods store to buy furniture go about this section. u_ '. .
office the First Tuesday in January to a place that handles, nothingbut New l lot of Tobacco-Brown's The Chipley Board of Trade is Get your fresh meats from

1913. Consultation and furniture--that's; us. Chip Mule Apple Sun Cured, Prince on,the job and will get results if Wells & Sharron. We sell it for

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THE BANNER Vote Received by County Candidate # :

Following is the total vote received -
At Chipley, F1a. by the various county can- I
didates in the recent election. .

WAL.TBR. w. JONBB, Editor.KaUrd State Senator, 25th District, WTeHave ItV

At UM po toffim at Chlplnr,Fl*., u A. J. McClellan, 679.Representative I
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BATES.: 857.Clerk .. ..... ;
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mamM,.SOTHBKB Gainer, 757.Sheriff : '. ...d. .'" .. "",':',,
MONTHS. ..25A "
Henry Farrior, 886. --au ..;,..',.L" ,- ,
.v.* tMB*rsi.furnished em app)lcaUon. County Judge, O. Crocker, 742. : : .
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of TH* BAYS will not; be responsiblefor Tax: Assessor, D. D. Davis, 878 ': ': '1 ,.
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In the and county correspondent, and will at make every liberal postofflce ar County Commissioner, 1st Dist '. :" .. .. ';' 'V'-: .; : .' '' I

rsDg_ ).! *n"L with the; rigrt parties.TNug1AAy D. G. Brock, 738. . ;. *. ,
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County Commissioner, 2d DistJ. '; "
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I III. ....._ .... County W. Tharp Cemmissioner, 748. 3d Dist know '/what it 'IS. f. -

: =wide prohibition was de- G., F. Gainer, 842. ,.! ,' I .' "
featd in'.Colorado.SiUr County Commissioner, 4th DistG. : .... I :. '
1 ..W. Underwood, 703. '
: iles-()f street paving is ,County Commissioner. 5th Dist : : :: .

to be, 4*.Id,by'tbei city of Tampa.. S., J. Gainer, 715. : : Come Get It!

.. Member School Board, 1st Diet .,

Abo3t; \ .million women have L.. M. Skipper, 640. '. ,- ..f.' -
;franchise in the Un- Member School Board 2d DistA. '
the riebtt>t .,. .,; '
ited, Stateae F. Rooks, 705. '.

.. J Member School Board, 3d DistB. .

-- ,--""" Th'wocialiftt vote exceeds one F, Carter, 704. Campbell &. Dekle .Company t

million.,tbe largest in the history. Emmett Wilson for Congressman .

ot thatiparty.We received 776 yotes.

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tVirginia 'adopted state- Knapp Agricultural JDay.

wide prohibition at the recent The 148,000 teachers and the The Next Four Years. Well Deserved.The IRA A. HUTCHISON,

electioflr'by' .'a large majority.' 7,000,000 pupils of the South are The Denver News hits the nail That From Attorney ,Law.
.. .. .-. being urged by the educationaland bead( Comes
on the when it says: It can- Thankful Chipley People.One Cbipley Fla.
Yes, the democrats won;. do agricultural leaders to assemble not be denied that the coming
Kidney remedy has known Will practice-In Circuit Courts
Tau see any signs of panic, ex- 3,000,000 farmers, their four years will largely decide the merit. Florida and the Federal Courts. of

ceptmang'republican& office boldera families'and friends in the 80,000 fate of the'democratic party. An Chipley people rely upon it. I

? school houses on November 27th, effective and efficient adminIstration That remedy is Doan's Kidney Pills AL 'W. .EEHS, ,.

/ for an hour in order: to survey in behalf of the people will Chipley testimony proves it reliable.
.x' Mrs. M A,Davis, Jackson St., Chip- Attorney and Counsellor at Law -
and review their agricultural
.he question of abolishing capitaf'punlshment resources continue it in power--an admin
ley, Fla., : "I consider it pleasure -
says Bonifay, Fla. ,
was voted on in and achievments, and to istration marred by turmoil and
recommend Doan's Kid-
tg again
Oregon, {and the advocates of cap- express their appreciation of the unmarked by progress will doomit ney Fills in a public way. I think' Office in Lindsey Building.

ital punishment won. services of'one of their great benefactors to disintegration and defeat.In just as highly of this remedy now as I -pL'Prompt --- '

Agriculture is worthy 1916 either the democratic did three ;years ago after it cured me personal serviceto
this consideration 'for and I have hae little or no kidney trouble clients..
the farm will
Tne-womans' suffrage amendment party sweep the country, or
!defeated in Wisconsin ers of this nation have 'this year the fight will be between the allied since. I was in poor health quitea
was ,
and DR.
.white seemed to be growingworse. R. E. TILLER.
but it earned in Konsas, Arizona i produced billion dollars worthof forces 01'reactio'n and radicalism. My nerves were all unstrung ,I

Mietga:; >aand Oregon. crops to feed and clotne near- Never did partisanshiprest and I rested so poorly that when I got DENTAL- SURGEON,

-. ly 100,000,000 people here, with a so lightly upon the peopleis up in the morntnjr, I wa all tired out. Chipley. '- Florida-
surplus for other nations. no longer a cast of voting for My appetite was yoor and I alwaysfelt
The government's estimate of languid. My daughter finally Office First Nat'l Bank.
procured over
Knapp Agricultural Day the and I
is names symbols, but for prin
the 1912 corn yield is 3,175,137- a box ot Doan's Kidney Pills
official designation, and it will be ciples. It is President Wil-
OOO'b lbeJs, and the southern up and I began using this remedy. The
states produced 850,000,000 bush- bserved i in Florida on Friday, son ane the democratic .party to contents of the first box did me so much A. G. McQuagge,

December, 6th.Merchants make good, and we believe that good that I continued to use it and bo-
els. Notary Public
they will. fore long I was in better health than I
had enjoyed for years. I feel that I
State at Large.
and manufacturersagree .. .
owe much to Doan's Kidney Pills. .
Nebraska adopte$the initiative that business is in fine condition Y For sale by all dealers. Price 50 ( ... ..-.-....
Referendum. Florida would President-elect Woodrow Wil- Cents. Foater-Mllhurn Hn. ftuffnln.Mew .
and that the presidential York, sole agents for the uitdStates. ;; Orion Lodge, No. 40,
have.done;:,so too if the people election caused practically no son will call a special session of ltfIF.: A. M.
had: not been denied the privilege hesitancy which is to Congress immediately after be is Remember the name:=Doan's-and
contrary take no other. (Adv) Regular Communications: Second .
inaugurated. We believe this is
voting for it. the rule. Since the election a Saturday and Fourth Fridy night in
the proper thing to do for the each month.
cheerful feeling prevails and the
pledges of the democratic platform Drink Habit Cured Visiting Brethern'cordially Invited.
J. A. Weyland, owner of the socialist future seems bright tor all bus- W. L. TAYLOR, W. M.

paper, Appeal to Reason, ineSJI., !\should fulfilled as quickly By the NEAL TREATMENT. I W. W. JOKES; Sec.I. .
committed suicide last week. He as possible. in three days.

letta, note saying the game isn't The state press is favorably Why spend hundreds of dollars, and O. O. P*. NOTICE. .

worth the candle. discussing the proposition of Sen- The New York World did yal- lose weeks, with other treatments, Until further notice
when you can be cured by the NEAL __ Chipley Lodge No.56,
.. ator Stringer of Hernando liant work in the recent campeignThe
TREATMENT in THREE DAYS- I. O. O. F., will meet at 7:00: p. m.
To organize a new party and ty, who has announced that be World's logical editorials, with better results. each Monday evening. .

marshal four million votes with will at the next session of the legislature and its powerful cartoons were No hypodermics, private physicians, .By order of the Lodge.E ( .

I one band tied to a third term and introduce a bill for a effective in every state. It must nurses, rooms. Full information front A. RATCTJFFE, N.G.

both feet chained to Geo. W. Perkins $50,000,000 bond issue, for build- be gratifying to the managers of I Neal Institute. S. JTTDSON. Secy.

is going some. ing a system of brick paved high- that great paper to know that 226 First St., Jacksonville. Fla.
Only Neal Institute in State. Phone It want*to see a wonder(
their splendid efforts I :you
ways throughout Florida. are appre- ,
ciated democrats 1687. Equally good results with Drug stop in. and see that 5c dry goods
-- by
The census bureau states that everywhere. Habit. counter at Campbell & Dekle.Co.

there was ginned up'' Nov> 1st DO YOU ENJOY EATWG -. .

8,848,898 bales of cotton, 'whicb '
is 1,121,113 bales less than last ; __ -'
Or Does Everything You Eat
year at the same date.

Experts Distress declare that You?the reason OUR TALE OF
President Taft has issued his /stomach disorders are so common In
proclamation setting thU country lit due to hasty and
apartThursday Careless habits of eating. Stomach .
November 28th. as I troubles and rundown conditions also

"a day for thanksgiving to God usually go together. COMFORT and elegance can betold: in a very .
John Llnd Oneonta, N. Y;? says: .
for the good gifts that have been s
"I have been
troubled with a bad few BjmPI'V. '
our portion, and prayer that His stomach trouble for fifteen years, and words. They are high i qualltiesandeurpnsing _
mercies became so weak that I could hardly .
great toward
us en-
may walk or- do any work. My appetlto ir
values. illustrated
- very elaborately
dure. was very poor, and It seemed Impossible ..' J.:
to get any relief. Since taking: ;;;
two bottles of Vlnol I find that It has in our special exbibiTof f'everything for
The democrats are fortunatein already; made a remarkable Improvo ii// .r., .:.,!, 'A
ment In my health; my digestion Is -; .
coming into power at a time much stronger, and I hare gained la the bedroom.. 'Visit it by all"mean' a if you have .
when indications are especially weight. : ,.'a 'f-":: '. .
:bright that the next 18 months because Vlnol makes weak stomachs strong r any such need. ? '.
It strengthens and tones up
will be unusually prosperous. the weakened tired and overtaxed s .
Factories busy and the,railroads nerves of the digestive organs. Vlnol -
are -
r. la easily assimilated by the weakest Chipley Furniture .
likewise, and the crops 6f stomachs, and Is delicious to the taste. Company. ,

1812 (is the largest that has ever Try a bottle of Vlnol with the Railroad :
understanding that your money will Street Chipley Fla.TTTTTTTTTTTL. '. '1 ..
.been produced. Its value is es-- be returned It It doe not help ;you.S. : I

timated at ten billion dollars. E, McCeschy Druggist Chipley, Fla

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I German Soldier Spent Seven Year In How the Little GIrl Easily Taught the
Barber Prison Rather Than Work Nsw Schoolboy to "Carry"

on Saturday a Flour

Shop. I The case of the German soldier An Indianapolis- publlo school

" : Naumann, who as an Adventist refused teachersome time ago received in

I :< Waiting.. to work on, Saturdays and her room a small boy from the Ken.
spent several in im borderland and she
years military tucky-Tennessee ,
; :3 Barbers 3. prisonment in consequence, has been set about teaching him the intricacies -

\ .'1.: thrown into the shade by the fanatical of addition. She found he r .,'4'

-:* obstinacy of another soldier could run up or down a column of It.
':-', Everything-Up-to-Now. named Mngge a follower of the figures readily, but she could not po--..,. ::.L. __

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Hulrcuttlpgr, .' ... .. 25c. I A handsome new style in
,: Shampoo, .. .. ... ..,.. ..2Sc.v put in three years in from. one column to another I
/ Massacre, .. .._7.. ... 25c. prison and then changed his mind when the total was more than nine. our Diamond Special Grade $3 00

\, Hair Singe, ..... . 25c. the finishing
that will .
agreed to work on Saturdays like Finally the teacher called on one give '

/ We Slidt Your Patronage. the rest of his comrades and is still of the little girls in the class, and touch to any costume.

serving in the ranks. Mngge spentIn told her she would give her a dime if

Very Respectfully. all seven years in prison for refusal she could make the newcomer understand This is only one of our new patterns.

W. D. Peters; Propr. to obey orders and maintained the process. Next day the little Ask your dealer to show you his styles of

his attitude to. the last. girl called to claim the money.
: Diamond Brand Shoes. He should have
a' HUGH FARRIOR, No arguments had the least .effect "How did you make him see it so

DENTIST. ; his posiition was that where the quickly?" inquired the teacher.. them in all grades, at all prices, for men

law of God conflicted with the lawn "Oh, I told him when he got a I as well as for women and children.

Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty. of men the latter had to be disregarded. number of two figures to put down

'. '. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. ihe one on the right and tote the > AraMONDERANDt'

.'.' Offlce over Chipley State Bank. Mugge, like Naumann, was examined other across, and he knew' what I & 4 '8llVt .SN{EMA/i'ERS CS i!!!
to his but the doctors r
as sanity, meant right 'away.-IndianapoU.
The New York World: came to the conclusion that he was News. lYE RAKE NOllE FJVe SHOES THAN AN"'

u, in full possession of his faculties. r OTHER HOUSE //V THE WES/:
Tnrice,a>week Eedition. .
There was every; prospect of his 'remaining Letting HIm Out. K S

; :0- in prison for the rest of his She-Excuse me, but tobacco amok-
,.' The Tbrlco-a week World hopes to be
life when a change in .his circumstances lag is prohibited here .
In 1908 a better paper than U has ever KARQUHA.R: MACHINERY CO.
.been before and it has made Its arrangements led to his release. He-Well, that doesn't affect me. {
smoke 431 E. Day Street,
potato par1n&nle.eud.Blatter.
7 accordingly Its news service COT He fell ill, the doctors made a
era the entire globe and It reports every microscopical examination of his JACKSON VILU. F, K.ORIDA..

,:'thing. fully, promptly and accurat.el)'. It blood and finally certified that he The boy's appetite Is often the source olamazement. Largest stock of Machinery:
Is the dally, which Is
only paper.not a as
If would have such
''Rood as a dally and which will keep you was unfit for military service. The appetite take Cbamberluln'a you Tablets. They an in Florida for saw mill!% ..4
I Informed of what Is hap I result Was'that one
as morning Mngge not only create healthy appetite but strong planing, -
,penlnK throughout the world. was set free. The kaiser had exercised then the storaabh and enable it ,to do lie
f: ; :' The Thrice-a week World Is fair in Its sale All Dealers EARQUHAR MACHINERY
his light of pardon.-New work naturally. For by ..,
" ,;-t ,political reports. You can get the truth Adv. Das been built tor 57-- years;
York Sun.
t : _. from Its columns whether you are a-.Republican .
built than oth
more today
or Democrat, and that Is what I any .
.': I : -you want. The Best Way.A Bull Made Merry Time. L3T- er. Let us tell you why.
,; f.' ; A speolal>> feature of tho Thrlce-a-weck correspondent wants to know bowto Two men injured several more seeking Send for catalog and price.

II, World has always teen Ha serial Action pronounce Chihuahua. way refuge in trees,, and a panlo
:'. ter Itputllshes novels bv the beat authors In Is to pay Chy-hewa-hewa and then laugh among pedestrians, were a few of the
;::: ,' ". \.. ,: the world novel wblco In book form gel M though youknew better. It. It U results which attended the recent escapade W. H. MILTON, M. L. DEKLE, F. M. OQLSON. '
x:,; for $1.50 apiece, and Its high standard In done artistically you can get away of a young and ferocious bull President. Vice-President Cashier.:
t g ; ,," : this respect will be maintained in the fut- with It nearly every, time. The CUM at BurtOn-on-Trent. England. The

': ure as In the past. >' treatment has been frequently applied animal escaped from a sale yard, and, First Bank.;;
:. ,; 4 The Thrlco-a-wcek World's regular to decollete with great success. after causing consternation by its antics National

,I"I. J subscription price Is only 1.00 per year through- several busy thoroughfares .
; w;'.:, and this pays for 1.10 papers. We offer entered a recreation ground MARI1tNNA. FLA. .
J'' '". this unequalled newspaper and The Ban :"There could be no better medicine tbsn where it proceeded to play havoc. An

sit ', .. er together fOl"ono'rear., for $1.05. The Cbam rlaln'lI Cough Bemedj. My children Inmate of the workhouse was knocked Capital $50,000.00
' ." regular subscription prlco of the two papers were all sick with whooping cough, down. While a man was trying to effect :'
t. "'' II $3 00. One of them wee In b4d. had a high fever a rescue the animal rushed away, Solicits Accounts of Bank, Corporations, Firms MO Individuals.Our .

r : ><. am! was coughing up blood. Our doctor and knocked down a second person. twenty years experience Li the,banking business enables us to offeryou
1'... ,"' gave them ChamlH>rVnts! Cough Remedy While several betook themselves to the best banking facilities of any bank in West Florida.: We also have a
and the drat dose eased them ana three bottles trees for safety, sought safety fully equipped Savings Department in which we pay irterest deposits. Accounts
n: I cured them, says Mrs. R A PooaMson behind a tree, and for ten minutes by mall handled u easily as by personal interview.
nf.. -tvlnirtnn.- -.. .. Mice, Kor sale bv All Deillors had to continually circle It and defend Send us your business
to write tot oar ooo denti&llette.before applying
, for patent It may be worth money. Adv. himself by his belt. For two hours F. M. GOLSON, Cashier.
We promptly obtain U.b.and Foreign
all the animal
r: efforts to capture proTo

.;; PATENTSandTRADE Eyee Demand Repose. ed futile but the expedient of fetching

.. MARKS or rtnrn EN Many people cannot remain unoccupied a herd of cows had the desired effect.
TIRE aiU>ruey'r t..... bund:: model, skotch and in their momenta of leisure WANT
.. or photo and we send an IMMEDIATE
.. FREE report on patentability.[ we givo hasten to seize a book or a piece oi Dig Dubblelgh.. you
U :... {he Ceitt legal cervlvW and advice, and our 'embroidery. These are undoubtedly I
., charge are moderate. Try tu. Dubbleigh-You.r little dog barked a Better
''t:.e' excellent means of distraction, but 'at me but stopped when I looked him i
:. I they are fatiguing for the
ayes. upon In the Do suppose he noticed
; ;" : ,Patont lawyer which they impose continuous work eye. you That question will be asked you almost daily by business men seeking your
of mind.
., Cpp.; U.S.Patent OfficeWashington, D.C. without a break., One must know how ray presence services qualify-take the Draughon Training-and show ambition to rist.
.. Miss Keen-Poillbl They say More BANKERS indorse DRAUGIIf Colleges than indorse alt other t.\1.J
: : to repose the eyes ,just as one considers animals often see things that human ness colleges COMBINED. 48 Colleges in 18 States. International reputation.
it quite natural to rest the muscle beings cannot. Banking: Trpewrltlnr. Prnmannhlp Fnirllili.: Hplllnr.! Arithmetic Leltrr Writ if. :3iuLaw
;We promptly obuUn U.H. and Foreign after a fatiguing walk. few-FREll..anlarybr.neaea.. Good POSITIONS GUARANTEED under reason able concl ition.
"It is a pleasure to tell you that Cham .Bookkeeping. Bookkeepers all over Home Study. Thousands of IJlmJeasi-o
berlala'a Cough Kennedy the beat cough the United States say that Draughon's iers, bookkeepers, aud stenographers are
e Limit to Hie .Foolishness. medicine I ever used, writes Mrs. Hough New System of Bookkeeping saves them holding good petitions ua the result t'ol
from 25 to 50 cent in work and taking Draughon'a Homo Study.
Wife-You say I ought to practice Campbell, of Lavonla. n. 1 have used it per worry.
economy,. John. Now. what did your with all children and the result It highly Shorthand. Practically all U. S. official CATALOGUE. For prices! on '..p.I{'T'S
dead model,acutuu or |>l otc U iLVtiillon for dinner downtown cost you today f Husband I my court reporters write the System of BY MAIL, write JNO F. URACCHO,I.,
free nn For free bookHoww8ocurtsVn satisfactory. For sale by All Dealers.
report putontalilliiy.. Shorthand Draughon Colleges teach. President, Nathvlllit, Tenn. Forcat-
(a trifle weakly)-About three
rtonmami I ... pr_ \.AR \S writs toipposlte dollars. Wife-Heavens, John three Adv. ,' Whyt Because they know it is the best alogue on course A'COLLLGIs', WI i..

dollars just for a dinner T Husband(a DRATJGIION'S PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE
'trifle indignantly)-Well, that included Women Form Fire Brigade. Jacksonville.Fla.or Atlanta Ga..or Mo'HU or Monfyor.,..*.. !.1''.

a bottle of wine of course. (More The women of Idria, in the Austrian
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.. ., Indignantly. ) You don't .s'pose Would province .of Kraln were so dissatisfied - -
r .. U.. S. Patent Office j pay three dollars Just for food do with the ore-brigade that

; ... ', WASHINGTON D. C. \ you?-New York Sun. they have formed one of their own
, >-WWfc.V V ** *A consisting 60 "ttrewomen," with Neat Printing :
: 'r( Purpose Frau Marie, Straos as their com

f'' ,.J NEW "0 Willie Its Willie Only ," cried a teacher mander. Creates a good impression ;

t..c. ,;tt wt ..WWO to a hopelessly dull pupil, "whatever
. : do your think your head is fort" Conditioned. correspondents
.. Willie, who evidently thought this an "How's your son getting on {a col I among your:

: 1. .. { Barber Shop. other of the troublesome questions leger" "Not* at all. Every time there : and helps to give your bus
' that teachers were always asking are two men on bases and its his turn
. .'.; .-. .; WI'W'-W'' pondered it deeply. "Please miss," to bat they bench him and give a I
, : ; T. H. CALLAHAN. Propr. be replied at length, "to keep. my substitute hitter a chance."-Detroit prestige.We .
'. :.. collar on t Youth's Companion.. Free Press. '
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I have just opened a barber do Neat Printing -
.. Unkind *
I .. shop ia the Dekle old building, on Never Repeat Thing Out of the Ordinary. i i i-
'" Never repeat unkind things. But U at Reasonable Prices.
. ? corner west of First Nat. Bank, Hewitt-Have you seen the new
hear something kind and pleasant
': you freak on exhibition Jewltt-No;
I ,sand will appreciate a share of and sweet, then make it :your business what's his speciality T Hewitt-He has Banner Job Office. '

!, .\: ?.your barbering trade Iguaran- : to repeat it. It may sound superior to no theory as to the reduction. of the

'H '" 1 tee to give you satisfaction say you do not car whether people cost of living. .. '
like you or not, you must speak you -

"-,.\. : \ ,Shave lOc. mind. That isn't superiority. It Is
seLflsbneas and surliness. Simplicity .
14. Hair supreme
E > \ Cut ::.; 6c.
,. All beauty is heightened by unity
i"* ", and simplicity' M l. everything which Physicians Advisethe
FLAGGED Tilt Us WITU SHIKT. .. sy; for what ver la areat'ln itself
i .; RVF. SCARLETT use of a goodlaxatlve, to keep the bowels open and prevent the poisons of undlgests4
t .. : Tearing bis shirt from bis back an Ohio is elevated when executed or lib food from gettlnginto your system.

I I .__ man flagged train and saved It fioro a I tared with.simplicity. WlnKelmann.: The latest product of science Is VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup, purely vegetable; gentle
\-, Notary Public. wreck but H T Blatoo. lAlelgn,N C, once reliable and oa pleasant, aromatic taste. Velvo acts'on the liver, as well as on the
"*" prevented a wreck wit! Electric Bitters. I nERO stomach and bowels, and Is of the greatest possible efficacy In constipation, i Irtdlgestlo*.
''% ': Real Estate Handled. was in a terrible plight when f began to use ONLY A FlU: biliousness, sick headache feverishness, coUcflatulence: etc. Try : VP &
theg! he write, my stomach bead, back hut the crowd cbeered, ss with burned
. Collections_a specialty. I, and kidneys were all badly affected and my hands ne Held up a small round box. "'. -

*.1.',>-' Office-io First -Nations! Bant.l I liver was in bad condition, but lour bottlrsof lower he ihouted. this Uucklen's Arnica LAXATIVE
Electric llltters made lIIe feel like a new Salve I bold, has everything beat tor burns .
{ Work Is work if you 'are paid man. A trial will convince you of their illgbtl! also for bolls ulcers' sores pimples, V [ [ IIQ
l I matchless. merit for any stomach; liver or eosema cats, sprains bruise.. Sure pile
:' to do it; it is pleasure when you Kidnev trouble. Price COo at 8 E UeUeacby: cure. It aubtlues InAsmatlon kills pain. LIVER SYRUP

pay to be allowed to do it. Adv. Price coo at 8 B JdcUeacby. AdvJ
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11\ .' -Il I Personal. IT The a city proposition council is from now Mesac considering !.- ] Town Topics. IT I I I r rI ;

Schedule of Hall and Goetba tor a francbise -Neat Thursday is Tbanksgi iv-

: for electric lights; included in tbe i ing. ,..
D. C. Qtr St. A.. ,Railroa4
J Effcctlv March 12 HI2. franchise is for them tQ take over Building operations in Cbipey .
the water words system. It i is continues active.
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I, TtIolnx Hou'h.8t.a'loo Going NortLv. .' also stated that if the light and .
I 6:00) Ar. You invited to the service ,
Chipley : p.m. are .
I 11:00 a.m. to is granted that :. .
franchise '
11:33 a.m. Wausau 1I 4:27: p.m.'i water church next Sue :. .' .
to I
: at the Baptist I
; 11:03 p.m. Greenbead 4:00: p.m. .. they will also put in. an ice and .
, 121O p.m. Riverside 3M p.m. .. day. i [
.. 121:48 p..... Vlekburl 11:13 p.m. cold storage plant.In .. ,
I Ar. 1:00 p.m. Southport. 8:00 p.m. r.v. i Ideal weather has prevailed for Can. handle,'Xpur business aft "
, a general way we are opposed ',- (
franchises for two weeks in all sections of the ,- :: : "
1i to granting
i, Mr. Goetba was up from Suotl time are"..good and money
public utilities but ,in some instances .country. .

port Monday on business. granting: franchises i is: The surest road to success.. !is are bard and money : ;

: W. L. Sessoms was over from the only way to secure them ,as diligence in business. Failur ', *

Bomfay business Monday. is probably the case in this in. is due negligence t. ,qeed_of a business c

Sam Newton is visiting this instance. However as.'tbamay .. '- ,
Mrs. Progress is the result of one'i ,
with relatives at Slocomb, Ala. be, we hope the city council stand 'Big Strong and l
I labor and comes not to one ; ,
will"not act hastily in the matter.and '
J. H. Worley of near Gracevillwas ing with arms akimbo..
franchise is granted tha
i in town, on business Monda; if a is of the Do your banking business
sufficient restriction will be: in" Cane grinding one ,

Editor Bee Brooks of the Vet eluded that will fully. protect our sweet occupations of the farmer: good with the

i) Don News was in town Saturda; citizens from exborbitant rates. these glorious November,days., -

! J. A. Walt and family of nea .. The price of diamons has ad ',.T Washington ,,

Bonifay was in the city Thurs Bond Election Next Tuesday.I '" vanced, again. We are lots mon:: i ii

:ext Tuesday of the date for i interested the advance- in the. : .

j day.J. ,M. Taylor and wife wen the election to decide whether or price.of cotton. The First

over to Marianna on businesi bonds shall be issued to the"ex: There may be a few -people* .. .

I Monday tent of $60,000 to' \b'tiild> ,a. road here who do not know'Cbipley is of

Mrs. C. K. Ponds was p from south via' Wausau to the Bas the; best town in the country,,but I ,

Bonifay and spent the day ben Line. We.believe those'who are( they are in ,the" New'Jerusalen. "'I

behind this 'proposition; bay< Now is the time to start your I .. .. .. .. .
Tuesday.Dan : '.,.....,... .II..I' "
made a mistake by not giving the campaign; of advertising for the "
Waobington was in town this proposed special busidness. Don't p'ut ,
people in i holiday
Monday shaking hands with bis district some information on the this matter off; waiting is. money 25 per cent off for Cash until !

J friends. _, subject so they'might vote intel lost. : January 1st, is our inducement.Cbipley .

C. A. Seed of South Florida ligently. In this instance ic Quite number i of the Baptistadjes :; Furniture Co. _

''r'rwas one of the visitors in the city the previous bond election the met at church one afternoon -,! Call us and see what nice groceries $1.00

Tuesday. information of the peo'ple-those last week, and .gave the i 'you get; we make quick delivery f. o. i

T. A. Dekle wife and baby ol who do the voting-does not' seem burch: and grounds a general. ;i too Williams Helton. J : ,, 1,

i Campbellton Sundayed here will' to have been considered. leaning up., B. Blake% & Co. have'something Bean

homefolks. From the inforwation we can J. M. Pettis, living several of'special interest to the ladies to I
gather it.seems.tbat' the p op'lein. niles southeast of Chiplev, has
'Ve'rDon in it is.
from offer step see what
Potter ;
was up
the country:; in this proposed this: year gathered 2,100 pouns of: and
and mingled' 'with, : listrict is opposed to ,this: ,-bond teed cotton from one acre. This Absolutely fresh groceries and 1

I here Saturday! proposition but it is probable is eq'tial to about 700 pound of I quick delivery what you get 'now;
E. A.''Mosely of New Orleans,, hat: a majority the people inDbipley lint cotton. !' from Williams & Helton. '

I was in the city Monday and a : will,favor it. The.. : people of Cbipley" should I I am agent for the Saibara :
I caller at the Banner office. The question will be settled at spend a happy Thanksgiving. Nurseries located at Mobile. If

is at Marian- he polls next Tuesday If you Our people haveenjoyed good '
f Judge D. J. Jones you want Orange or any
na this week presiding over the live in ,the district and are quali- of leltb prosperity and a reasonable has been their measure portion kind of fruit trees, see me for If t

Jackson county circuit court., led, go and vote.L .. throughput the year. catalog: and prices./. ]\.CAILEV iiiiiiW.,1 q.,

Mrs. Emmett Meade of Washington &
D. C., spent:several days The easies 'aud "cheapest way You can gent at SCHELL'S. '.. ........... ..' .'...........,'. .." ." : ,
to get fresh country ,eggs but-
the'auest of her '
here last week '
Butterine Butter and' Cheese i
fam- ttc., after.January; Is ,:next. will Take
father,.Dr. F. C. Wilson and; -
be to order them direct from a at SCHELL'S.' '"
ily. "
firmer; on some rural route and Do you'like good biscuit? Try From this date ,henceforth "
J. C. Bush of Brewton.. Ala., have him mail them'to you by the 3illsbury Flour; its the best
i in town Saturday enroute to market business, on a st t''
new,parcels, post. The .postage. nade. .Williams & Helton.
Orange Hill for a few days visit for a pound is five cents, and 'for CASH
handle noth-
in lots
and Mrs. G. We buy car ,
his \
to parents
ach additional pound up to
Ing but furniture, hence can giveou j
B. Bush. en pounds will be only one cent: Qta 'When you send to the
the best prices.! Chipley
Congressman-elect Emmett per> pound; in other words a 11- furniture Co. money also; or if you order by ( \

Wilson was out from Pensacola lourid.package will only require' NOTIONS-Have,you been into ready for the delivery boy. !\

last week and spent, a few days 15 cents pos'tage.
see the I lovely line of notions at Wells & f
here with his father Dr. F. C. "Phone"173.
Misses Richardson's? You
Wilson, and family.) His numer- Better living better farming, invited. .. \
ous friends were glad to greet letter business;' these three are

htm. >. things every farmer should strive

for: daily throughout the? year -
Rev. E. P. Smith ofFernandi- -
Happiness in the" home crops
na, the recently called pastor of busi
you can take'pride in i and
the Baptist church arrived in the
results ,that will free you
and held service
city Friday,
from poverty. Work for these'
Sunday. In"future there ,will be sings and work with neigh-.

services at the Baptist church ors for them also. }

-every Sunday instead of two Sun !

days a month as in the past, Bro.
Holland supports a
Smith having been called by the
of'200 people to the square mile.
church for full time.
Florida_ haw only. about 12. The I
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i Hollanders pay a' tax ot $5',80'per

Get it fresh, at SCHELL'S., acre and still make:It pay, The of. I II I

Fresh Crackers at SCHELL'S secret lies in intensive farming '
4 d-.8 Studebaker
inch of
Pants? Yes lots of 'em at utilizing every groundand d must the
'every ounce of natural, ti1- pass
Williams & Helton. izer. I 111 searching test of .

The greatest joy is not in 'possessing .. laboratories. I
but acquiring.-
The ladies of the '
Physical and chemical tests
You can get all ingredients for church are holding their' Bazaar:
Inferior paint varnish.. Iron steel
fruit cake at .Williams & Helton.' this week--commenced yesterday -
wood. Materlalnot, a high standard
Call on T. C. Jones with Chip- Tbey'baye a most magnifi- becomes a part of a StudebaKer wagon..
ley Furniture Co.; be, wants to cent array of fancy work !
which seems to be reasonably -
see you. Let us ten you more
priced, and doubtless every'piece .
about the
The Misses Richardson{ can "
of it will be ,sold.. '' the
.uit every taste or requirementin I '. .
NOTIONS. Stud baKr construction
The direct tax burden in the '
:' I before you buy any watfon.
Braid, Buttons Neckwear Aviation United States is greater than in ; .

Hoods,Scarfs Fascinators, any other country in the world, .7/; Dunn-Golenian' '.

Etc., at the Misses Richardson's. to say nothing about the indirecttax : : : ;

BUSTER BROWN SJiOES'are burden. These burdens hare

the very best :made for children reached alarming stage and .>:: A,. 6. McQUAGGE.

.... Get them from Williams there seems to be no reliet'in : --
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