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Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
December 12, 1912


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Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Chipley
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“The town that was built on a railroad,” Chipley is the seat of Washington County, located inland in Florida’s Panhandle, just south of the Alabama state line. First known as Orange, this small West Florida community was founded in 1882 in anticipation of the arrival of a railroad that would connect the farming area with markets in Pensacola and Tallahassee and in neighboring Alabama and Georgia. Shortly after the line was completed, Orange was renamed Chipley in honor of William D. Chipley, vice-president of the Pensacola and Atlantic Railroad, a notable figure in the political and economic history of the area and an aggressive lobbyist for railroad land grants. The town’s first newspaper, the Intelligencer, edited by J.C. Langley, also began in 1882. The Intelligencer was renamed the Chipley Banner in 1893 and published under this name until 1943, when it merged with the Washington County News.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
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XX. ,Chipley, "Washington County, Florida, December 12th 1912. No. lA .


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Tar at Schedule at Southport. BASS- -BITS--AT-,,-NIGHT.-- A MESSAGE. PLURALITY -AND MAJORITY. FIR : I.

boJ B. C. & St. A. Railroad A presidential election in the .. '
established the 29- 4
trai i !made arrangements with The record by United States almost Invariably
conl & Blackwell to run their pound bass caught some days ago off I I To Feeble Old People.. prompts the question, what is the What is more alarming] thaiythe1* "

,t connection with the B. C. the Isle of Palms beach by William A* one grows 'old the waste of the) difference in counting election returns fire alarm or more distreginthan ; ? "
,-. baG E. Simmons had a narrow escape system becomes more rapid than repair between and '.f
a majority a pluinlityP -
'I nd you can make prompt frpm"being smashed when Robert 0. the organs act more slowly,and the scenes which frequently.
The Standard Dictionary, .t'' i ifol1ow.
the circulation
se tion for any point on the Lebby, another enthusiastic Iele of less effectually than in youth .. Then what is :" ">
is poor, the blood thin and under the head of the wordpluralitygives i5'J
1 Palms fisherman, pulled, a 27pounder : digestion weak. a complete definition of the More Comforting ->
I S north this boat will ob. in out of the surf on the point Vlnol, our delicious cod liver and word as it is used in American politics .
l_ he following schedule. just across Breach inlet :from Sulli Iron tonic' without oil. Is the ideal "The of than than to know that the home, is "
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d ; IJ MIHvllle 9:30. a.m. whose strengthener and body-builder for old "
island. Mr.
van's Lebby, against financial"
fully protected
PangmaOiaf"1aaS"SCy&ndrew ele two numbers, whether it is or is nota
G \ earned him the title of folks. for it contains the very .,
11:00 a.m. prowess has ments needed to rebuild wasting tissues majority of the :whole; also, the loss by a .-
invftberl I/ynn Haven 12:10: p.m. "the baas fisherman," and who: would and replace) weakness with, excess of the highest number of .
Fire Insurance Policy.
Southport 12:30 D.m. rather catch a big baas than eat or strength. Vlnol also fortifies the system votes cast for candidateover .
South, the boat will beg deep, had to play the big fish for against colds and thus prevents the next highest anyone number. Whena REMEMBER'1 .
on arrival of train, and some time before he finally landed it. pneumonia.A .
11 be no delay. It measured 41 inches in )length. grandnelce of Alexander Hamilton candidate for office out of 10,000 F. B. Callaway. :
of votes cast, receives 4,000 and two
A... D. CAMPBELL. over eighty years age "
with Mr.
who '
Receiver. Charles Klatte, wa remarked: "Vlnol is a godsend to old other candidates receive respective Represents Only
Lebby at the time, caught a shark. people. Thanks to Vlnol :I have a ly 3,500 and 8,500, the first is elected Time Tried and Fire Tested'Insurace ,
Willj Mr. Lebby not long ago put to the hearty appetite, sleep soundly feel .,
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by a plurality, though :received '
otbcC Dr. T..G. Yates test and proved his theory that bass active and well. It ia the finest tonlo Companies..; ,
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and strength-creator
uarj,! Eye Specialist, will bite at night as well as during used." whole vote, and he is said to have a ''Let Me Insure Your Property's!.. ,'" I I. '
in Chipley at Dr. Wilson'she the day, when at nine o'clock in the the -- I ,-
eras I. If Vinol falls to build up plurality of 500 votes. If the numbers
First Tuesday in Jan- evening he caught a fine three-foot feeble ,old people, and createstrength are 6,000: 3,000 and 1,000 the Get your fresh meats from
In front of his house. return Wells & Sharron. We sell ft for
1913. Consultation and i fish in the surf we :will Tour money.S. is and the '
majority 2,000 plurality .
Courier. Fla cash. .
I i Charleston News and E. McGeachy.DruKist.: : Chipley "
ation free. Is 3,000.

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BANNER 1912 Most Prosperous Year of AIL '
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The most productive! year in .,jIj.Qt
Vim. the history of the United States '
At Chipley,
has come to a close according to -

WALTER W. JO 4B9, editor.Batand the annual report of Secretary of WANTED1

at UM poctoOln at Chip"" .Fla.. M Agriculture Wilson to the presi

BATES census items ot wealth producedon

cits TAB. ............... ...11.00 the farms, be values the grand lobo FAMILIES .

IllS tloxTxia....... ..... .. ...: .... .BOTMBMMOMTHB total of the 1912 crop at $9,532.-

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000,000 : >
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Atmrtiilttf rates urnUhed on application.Comiuunleailons Commenting on the product- < :
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in relation to
iveness of
on live topIcs. especially year To buy their winter supply :of Clothing and Shoes r :
of local Interest, are solicited. It preceeding years Secretary Wil- .' .
li understood however that the publlsh- '" -
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ot fmm BANNKB will not be responsiblefor son says: "The enormous sum 'at store. '

opinions. expressed by correspondeuts.Tn represented by the crop outputof '; 2

BAHUXB Wants a live representative the United States for 1912 is OUR STORE'is known as the proper place to

and correspondent at every postpfflce than twice the value of the
In the county, and will make liberal arrangements buy dependable goods at rock bottom prices. We
with,the tlUrt parties. wealth'produced in on farms in I

1899, and about one-fourth more guarantee to give you satisfaction. All we ask .is an".... ,

THfJfcMftDAV, Dec. la: 1O13.
than the wealth produced in 1909 .
opportunity to show our goods and quote prices.
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If ydu are looking for a home trouble in observing t.
You wili have no Suits, Overcoats, Shirts, Underwear, Gloyes,
you can "be pleased in this part of that it is not the wrongsof

the country. the downtrodden people that Socks, etc. And Shoes for every member Of the .,.

.1. keeps reform ajive. It is the gate f :family ,
The Hamilton club of Chicago, ,, .

has started out with.hope of rehabilitating receipts. .. j / *.. ,
the Remember, the safest place! to buy is at

.. .republican. II party. Senator Gore of Oklahoma, has, -'

President Tafl last Saturday proposed a tentative plan for fin- : I

ancing national.and congressional -
issued an executive: order placing

about 20000 skilled workers in election campaigns out of the
the navy'yards under 'protection public purse. lie proposes to Campbell & Dekle Company.

allow each fixed amountfor
irke.w party a .
ot the civil bet ,
each vote polled at the next

The democratic national com preceeding election and he com- I

mittee, according to a final state- putes the'total cost at $2,500,000. I

men of contribution and expenses is the mainspring ot Well Deserved.The IRA A. HUTCHISOl.
expended $1,159,447.; A total Harmony I[piJ \ '

of $1,110'J52 was received:: from progress. When the mainspring Praise That Comes From Attorney atLaw.Chlpley. ; '

89,854 separate contributions. snaps the whole machinery. is Thankful Chipley People.One Excursion Fares From '!:Fla.

f worthless. The kicker and knock
Kidney remedy .has known. Will practice in Circuit Coil
The total acreage estimated to er" are the "particles of dirt" merit. I Chipley, Fin' Florida and the Federal Courts s ofOS

be planted in Irish patatoes in that clog the delicate machinery. Chipley people rely upon it. -TO'-

the Hastings .section alone, is Harmony mean harmony and we That remedy Is Doan'a Kidney Pills Louisville, Ky. ana Return. $23.85 A. W. WEEAttorney

9,000 acres. It,is predicted that cannot afford even one dissenting, Chipley testfmeoy*prcwes it reliable. Account Southern Edneatlonal Association and Counsellor at I ,
Mrs. M A Davis-JatksoW: St., Chip-I Dates of Sale- November 80 and
at least 300,000 barrels, 825,000; voice to crowd in and mar the "I consider it 27. 1013. Return limit. Dec. 3, 1813. .. s ',.
ley Fla., says: pleas Bonifay, Fla.

bushels will be gathered. grand chorus. ure to again recommend Doan's Kid. Columbia S. C. and Return; $13.55 Office in Lindsev BuildiJ ,

---- ney Pills in a public Way. I think Account Fifth National Oorn Exposlt.loo.DateB g, ;,
of Board of Public Instruction of Fla. just>as-highly of this remedy now as I of sale January 20, 23, 25! 27, 31, '
Report Washington bounty, did three after it cured me Feby. a, S &; 7, 1913. Return limit Feby. t. Prompt personal
years ago 12, 101, with privilege\ of extension to irviceInk.
For Month Ending Nov..30th, 1912. and' 1 have hae little or no kidney trouble April 13, 1013 upon deposit of ticket and to clients. .'
Date. No War. To whompnld. Amount. since. I was in health quite payment of.1 on or before Feby. 13, 1013.
cash .... ..... CS26 10 poor '
Nov,1. By on hand brought forward : I
No.. 4 1000 J II Geonce and assts at St. Andrew.>......,.. .. 31000 a'w'hile and seemed to be growing J. P. NEPPER, Ticket Agent. DR. R. C. TULLE
4 8000 W B Hathaway and asstaat Mlllvllle....... .... 850 00 worse. My nerves were all unstrungand J. W. LURTON, D. P. A.
4 1 Myrtle Williams teacher at Tompklns...... .... SO 00 DENTAL SURGEON, I
4 8 OL Johnson teacher at Vernon .............. 11000 I rested so poorly that when I got ;
4 8' Minnie lJ Ulekman teacher at Bonnet Pond. .... 8500 up'in the morntng I was all tired out. 'Satsuma.OrahgesGrapefru'it ---.. *(
.4 4 JOO..lner.teacberat Hul. Springs.,: .......... ... MOO and I Chipley, .__
\. 4 S Bessie! Bowen teacher at Parser.. .......... ... '35 oo My appetite was yoor always 'ida
to 4 8 Effle Charles, teacher at New Honor........ .... ,. 40 (X) felt languid. My. daughter finally procured Pecan, and all other Office over First Nat'l B:, r
4 7 Inez Robertson teacher nt New Orange.... ... 40 00 a box.ot Doan's Kidney Pills .
4 8 Wesley Jeffries teacher at Mattox Springs.. .... a5 00 Fruit and Ornamental Trees.
4 0 Ada Pate, teacher at Holmes Creek ............. 30 oo and I began using this remedy. The
4 10 WlllleW rd.tea\heratWcstHay...... .. ...... 'MOO contents of the first box did me so much A. G. McQuag
4 11 Zena Willis teacher at Cowford................. MOO. Write for our new illustrated e'
4 19 Douglas Rogers, teacher at Liberty....... .. .... .30 ()x) good that I continued to use it and bo- Notary Public!
4 18 LuoleNapp, teacher at Lake Riley ..........,.:. aa 00 fore long I .was in better health than I catalog at once.
4 Belle .. ........ ... _
14 Ilendrlx. teacher at Unity .. 85 00 I feel that State at |
for .1
4 15 Grace Pane, teacher at Midway. .. .,..... .. .... MOO had enjoyed years. Large.
4 16 B L. Hardy, teacher at Yates.. ...r........ ...... MOO owe much to Doan's Kidney Pills. Saibara Nurseries, .
<4 17 T H Mlnchener and asst. at Lynn Haven....:... 100 00 For sale by all dealers. Price 50 'th
4 18 Olive Mowry teacher at West Santa Roea .... 85 00 cents. Foster-Mllburn: Co., Buffalo, 156 St. Francist Street, Orion Lodjfe,'No J 4 t0
4 19 Esther Jones, teacher at Cedar Creek........ .... 8000 New York, sole agents for the United .
4 SO betta Mann teacher \oungatown............ 85 00 P. O. Box 802 F. A.M.
4 81 J B ... State. ,
Murphy and assts at Chipley ..... 549 OO :
4 23 Walter Moore teacher at Union 11111......... ... MOO Remember the nameDoan'sandtake : Regular Communication:
4 23 Roche RUBS, teacher at New Hope...... ... ... 80 OO no other. (Adv) i Mobile, Ales, Saturday and FourthiFrldy tl fiecondIgbt
4 24 J K Pum hreyaodaB8to.tDuDcan............. 11000 each month. I
4 25Esther Miller and assts at Wausau ............. 14000 Brethern 'itIVI.ltlng invited.
4 86 Inez Robertson teacher at New 4th 40 00 : cordially|h,|
Orange mo.
4 27 bula Ulghtower, teacher at Bradford..... ...... 3500) : W. L'.TAYLOI, II
.". 4 28 H L Johns and assts at Moathdort .........:.... 170 oo President. Vice-Presideut Cashier. W. W. JONES Sec. t w. M.
4 80>> Dovle Jones, teacher at Perch Pond....... .... SO 00 ,
4 80 Vertlella.rrell.tl1acherat Green Head.....:... 4000
4 31 E HSBeoll, teacher at Caryvllla. ..... .. ...... 60 00 Firs National Bank. I. O. O. f*.. NOTIC
4 S3 Dora Nearing teacher at Blue Pond...... ...... SO 00 "
'..4. 33 Jennie Qarter. teacher at. 3000 Until'furtherl
4 4 34 Kate McMillan, teacher at Tiller................ 35 00 MARITNNA FLA. Cbipley Lodge 1 jioticefro.
4 35 B C Scott teacher .. ... .
; at Gully Springs .. .... MOO
".. '4 36 Neta Ho well, teacher at Pine Island.........'.... SO 00 I. Q. O. F., will meet at7each .56,
'4 37 J J LIpsey and atsta at Panama City..... ...... 81500 Capital l 50000.00 Monday evening., |p. m.
4 88 Lizzie Singleton, teacher at Douglass..... ...... )( order of the
't 80 Q Jf Long and asst at St. Mary. ................ ''95'001' Solicits Accounts of Hanks, Corporations Firms Individuals.. By LodgeB .
4 40 Molselle Barber teacher at Sy I vaula ......... .. '8500 ana A. RATCUFI
'4 41 Rebecca Russ teacher 8t Luke............. 30 OO Our twenty years experience In the banking business enables us to offer S. B. JtrosoN. Se ." ;4 43 TJ Ronlhac, teacher at Sand Hill.. ...... ..... MOO you the best banking facilities of any bank in West Florida. We also have a
4 43 Ha Chestnut teacher at New Era........ ...,.. SO 00 fully equipped Savings Department- in which"we Merest on Accounts .
''1. 44 A Ambrose and ... .. ...:. pay deposits. -
asst at; Chlpley .. .... 100 00 by mall handled' interview. tb'see -'
'as easily
.'4 45 Evanah 01 pBon. teacher at David.. ... .......... 3500 a* by personal It :you want a
4 46 Lillian Oliver teacher at 3000 Send us your business.. stop in and see that 5c dhnder
'li '4 47 Carrie Richardson and aast at Vernon. ... ... .. 61\ 00 P. : I
.. '"4 48 Patience Roulhac, teacher at St. Joe.... .... .., 85 00 1 M. GOLSON, Cashier. counter at Campbell, \flBoods
..14 40 Christine Patton, teacher al Clarkson.. .. ...... cs! 00 I -. I
M' 4 60 Lilllle Ilarlne, teacher at Redhead ........ .... 3500
*4 51 Lillie Roulhac. teacher at Anderson...... ..... 4000 ;"
N',4 53 Gertrude Carter teacher Myers :Still: .... 30 00
.. '4 53 Elsie McNeil teacher at McNeil.... ............. 2500
11'4 54 Willie Pharo teacher at Lilly Hill........ ...... 25 00 I
.f. M 65 Jennie Carter, supplement to salary at Orant.*.. ao 00 ,
." .4 56 E P Sanchez teacher at Pt. Washington. ...... 80 00 g }
4 57 A I Richardson teacher at Pine Flat! .... ..... SO 00 BEAUTY' '
".*4 58 Maud Lorn as, teacher at Heawrlght..'.,.. ..,..-.. 25 00 AND SOLIDITY
'. ';4 60 0 P Allen,'teacher at :St.: Andrew.. .............. 8500 "
4 CO Dora Robison, teacher at Spann'a Still .. ....... 2500( l
*4 Cl Lizzie Potter teacher at Red Level............;. 25 00( "' '
4' '4 03 Bala Russ teacher at. 25 00 ( ;;;11 "
>4 63 Joanna Patton teacher at Pine City, 3 mos..... 74 00 .a. :.: i
4 64 W F Russ per diem and mileage.. ...... .. ..... 5 oo Are characteristics of our dining room,furniture i
i *4 65 B F Gainer, salary as Supt: .... .. ................ 100 00 in& .

'a'4''?4 67 66 Sexton Spoiled Johnson and asst at Plea. Orove........ 13975- In other words,'it: is made for'looks and 'service ;i

*4 68 Lillian oliveri duollcate to warrant 1973.... ... 30 00
.. '4. 60 J R Ir seats at Panama .......
on City. 1M 47 and I
too the who would
.., 4 70 11 A W B Drew Co. registers .. .. .- .. ..... 3 CC4 w. ., ,. woman not be pleased ,
71 M Glen book for child at Lynn Haven. ........ 1 so I :
4 73 0 B Bush per diem and mileage ........ ......... 10 au m with his furniture does not live< '
4 73 H Ii Tiller/ Com. as Treas. ..;. ................. 87 43 .' "i !
." ,4 74 Letta Munn teacher at Youngstown 4th mo.... ". 85 00, j i. f I
,. ', 75 Annie M Itldget.. \ ;))) I'
4 Dooper teachey at Oakle : 3500 ,
.. 1 Amt of W B Gainer polls 1911, ... ........ ......;. 4100 / She.who_ would object to our prices is: equal.:I I' ...
8 Amt of W 11 Gainer, tax 1911. ...... .... ........ 3O4"O3SO fJ \ < .* .
.Am' ........ 300414 : ly '
M JO Amt of W V Knott. tat red .. ...... .......... 7148 ''I"i._ .. ..: rare. I I
80, Amt of W D Gainer, tax. of 1911...... .....:",,,, 24055SO 'I't
Error In Treasurer's rep>rt... *... .. .... .. ...... 500
P.e. >. Cub on hand to Blance... .... ................ 6704 OOtlOSOl
o 2O>> '1O301 20 ;Chipley Furniture Company j

Deo' '. AmtonV. .and< brought down..... ........... ...IT f\7MOO: ,
.. .J .. : Amt warrants outstanding......,.. .?.......... '. 211H 22 'Railroad 1
M | ...".te......... ...,?,.,'....... *" ..'nI\I882 Street, Chipley Fla. I. - certify to; the .foregoing. ,: as being correct, In rvery particular.! r
O. B, BUSH, Chairman
A Attest :B JV Ostoer, Bect'y.and 00. Bgpt", r o' .
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m ; .: : $ toooo Furniture Sale. 3 r ,


We have too.much, Furniture -time to. pay is coming soon, and we must "

have the money to meet the bills. In order to raise the necessary amount of

money, we. have reduced the price on every piece of Furniture, Matting, Rugs

Trunks, Bags, Mattresses, Springs, etc., from 25 to 50 .per cent., .

'Buy Now and. Save Money. '.

For as soon as we ,raise the amount of money necessary, the prices will be put

back' to former figures. However, this sale will close December '31st.

Doii't: : tHese Prices Sound Good to You ?

Golden .Oak, Solid and Quarter-saw Dressers and Washstands.Golden For Parlor and Bedroom

ed Dining and Library Tables. Oak Dressers with toilet $9.00 to$31.00 Parlor Suits $30.00 to$86.00
Dining Tables -' $6.25 to$50.00 Golden Oak Dressers without toilet 3.00 to 6.50 Davenports 30.00 to 66.00.
Library Tables 31.00 Washstands .- 3.00 to 10.00 Lounges' .. 8.00 to 22.25
Book Cases -. 7.25 to 16.50.
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OtherTables.Center Hall Racks I. '. 6.00 to 15.50 i
Axminster and Brussels Rugs. '
Chiffoniers 8.00 to 20.00
Tables ... $1.00 to$4.75 .
Chifferobes 20.00 to 30.00
Rugs $6.00 to$34.00
Kitcben Tables 3.00 to 4.60 .. ..
3x6 Rugs 3.50 to 5.25 'Wardrobes 11.50 to 15.50 ,
Other size Rugs 1.00 to 3.00 Clocks '- 1.00 to 6.50
Golden Oak-and Mahogany Chairs. Crex and Deltox Rugs 50c. to 2.00
Rocking Chairs -' $1.50 to$13.00. Matting Rugs -' 50c: to 4.75 Bedroom Suits
Sitting Chairs 60c. to 5.10
w 3-Piece Solid Oak, Quarter-sawed
Dining Chairs 1.95 to $.10
: Bed Covers., JESnglish and American Oak, and
Chairs 75c. to 3.50Dining
Baby Bed Spreads .. $1.25 to$2.75 Mahogany Finish Suits $20.00 to$150.00
I Blankets ,. .' 1.50 to 3.50
Room Fixtures
Comforts 1.25 to, 3.50 Iron Beds.
China Closets -, $22.00 $30.00 .. .
Pillows 1.25 to 10.00 White, Brass Blue and Green Enameled
Side Boards 15.00 to 37.00 .
Beds $3.50 to $20.00
Buffets 15.00 to 21.00
Kitchen Cabinets '15.00, to. 21.00 Items. .not_Listed......- Elsewhere.. ,.,-- -- ...r'Wo
-- il Beds...
Kitchen Safes 4.00 to 14.75: Looking Glasses -, '-1'5c. to$30.00
Refrigerators 10.00 to 26.00 Brooms 40c. to 75c. Wood Beds $$3.75't '$ 5,00:>
Ice Boxes ,;,"' -. 10.00 to 21.00 Sectional Book Cases $2.75 Baby Beds' eo 3.50 to 12.5 ti'V .
Window Shades 40c. to 90c.
Trunks, Suitcases, Bags. Window Curtains 7SC. to $3.75 Mattresses.Felt .
Table Cloths $1.50 $3.00 i
to .
Trupks $2.00to$30,00 Mattresses $6.00 to$10.00
Sulkey Carts' ,, $2.25 to$3.00 _.
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Suit Cases 1.50 to 12.50 Solid Cotton Mattresses 3.00 to 9.00
Hand: Bags 1.00 to 20.00Matting Baby Protectors '- 1.50 to 3.00 -Cotton Filled Mattresses 3.50 to 4.50 \
25c to 40c. Porch Swings at'Cost. Bed Springs $1.50 to $7.00

,,:: ., Step Ladders, Music Stands, Office Stools Curtain Rods,.Portier Curtains and Poles, Ironing Boards, Slop Buckets, Water Coolers, Screens, Baby 1 '

Walkers, Flower Pots, Bowls and Pitchers, Lamp Globes and Mantles, Chair bottoms, Wood and Brass Knobs, and Numerous Other Things. i

Grapnopnone to be Given Away Free! wOn

the last Saturday in December, [the 28th instj] at 2 o'clock p. m., we are going to give away:

Absolutely Free, to some lucky customer, a $50 Graphopl>one. You get a ticket with each

cash purchase of $1.00, so the more you trade the more chances you have to win. .

,,' ,: .:Sale Is Now On And. Will Continue Until January 1st. ,

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,I', .. R Church' South.-Preaching 81'ery Kept Ringing B oau.. Mrs. L. R. Barker, JOB '
.t and arcS Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m Were Cro.Hd. .
"& U H. Chappelle, Pastor. -. Ky., "and can do .
Sabbath School 10 a. m. W. N. Sheats, S
en nt. "The worst ghost scare I my housework.
a Prayer Meeting Thursday nights. in .: I suffered with such
k? ; my forty years' :
Young Men's prayer meeting TONl-'II.y:
tight. Everybody cordially IDT-' ., hotel clerksaid Billy I could scarcely

p.,,,;; the Hotel Rome, "waa on my feet. After :RIJ'TTINGp'
Baptist Church-Preach Utnd t.CBrareb .. man who died in room 88
different doctors had
4th Sunday. Rev. Barh ji tIr < I
i Sabbath School 10 a. m., 'I.l".k.l ling for me. to I
help me, cave
--tj uparlnteneent.Prayer Meeting Wednesday ":. : "This man rang for me trial Now I feel .,
t / '. a .,7.
night, just before he died. .
a new woman. .
got to his room be told me '
Po.&olll.e Dlreotorv.Office :
hours 7:30 a. m. to 7:00 p m.; except several hemorrhages and he Creates, good impression
Sunela.l.malto.bound. if he had another that -' .
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mall closes at 10:20 a.m among your .correspondents .
S'Ito would die. In the early .
West-bound mall closes at $::10 p.m. '
Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 a, m.,, bell rang. .When I burst and helps..::
f and leave on arrival of the east bound room.he was just breathing I '\ '.

':' I asst Sunday!. hours: 11:30 m., to 12:80p.m.,,. "The next night, just 1 Woman's Tonic to give your businessprestige. :,

r' Money Order Issued at all hours when hour corresponding to the I '
$ffic I* open, except Sundays.J* the death bell rang, the bell woman's health de-
r* HCIIELL P.' :M rang out sharply again. so much upon her .

up. I was alone and it was organs, that the .
Oar Clubbing Mat
ly still. I knew I had trouble there affects
BAXHKB: and Seml-weekly Atlanta
Journal per year 91.75. that room. I stood the whole system. It is We Do Neat PrintingAt :
'. BANHKB and Thrice -week New York long as my nerves would J little things that count;
.r e World pet year, 165. Then I went to the woman's life and J-

'f., BALcNKBand! Haml-weekljr Tlmes-Un- through every closet,' in If suffer from At Reasonable Prices
,1" 'B and Citizen, per year,$1.50. you
:I! BAHKBB and Home and Farm, per year ner, poked my arms of the aches and ,
dresser and under
11.85 peeped
f. due to womanly
There was no one. there.
down and muffled the bell. kness, take Cardui at 1
QeneraljDlrectory. and avoid more seri ,. '

: : STATE OFFICIALS. day wire.the"-Omaha electrician News.located troubles. We urge .. .'. .Give us your. next order. '

; t:: Goy.rnor-Alber W. GllchrlsttSecretary to try It. Begin today: .' ,and will '4'-
we :
you perfect
rl;;.,f",; of State-r-H. Clay Crawford. MAKER FLIT \ ,
Attorney. General- Park Trammell. : satisfaction ,thus : '
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I Com Agriculture-W. A. McKae., "Are you walking So', '

41 I ;" '. Treasurer; C. Lunlnlf.e world on a big bet pH YOU LOOK DOWN. making you one of- our,.-.',.. '
:. Sup Public Instruction-;H Holloway. \ uNo, ma'am." \ '
regular customers. .
'"" "Survivor of the San writer: "A man's attitude .,
Comptroller-Wm V. Knott. disaster, no doubt:" work is the very founda- .' .

Supreme Court-Thos. M. Shack leford, "No, ma'am;. I'm just work itself. The thing a .... ) :.ff .. .
Chief Justice .AI.B. Mabrv. Uler. :: ::
; tramp." looking out of a balloon .
RailroadCommlssfon Hudson Burr. "Come in and 111 .cook ) very interesting, but it's all
Chairman R. C. Dunn, Clerk.
; meal." and flat and colorless. THE
Judge ninth judicial circuit-W. II. -
''Price. Marianna you get when you look

circuit- We wish to call attention life; but when you're right
> State Solicitor:>> ninth judicial your
? I L. Wilson. tnat most.infectious diseases you get the drama of

isr ping cough, dlptherla and you come pretty near hear CHIPLEY BANNERI I
contracted wnen the oMld has
D. S. LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS. truth. It's the only way to
S will
berlaln's Remedy
r4 B. S. Chubb, Register, Gainesville, Fla. cold and greatly Cough lessen the dan That's why in a the- .

', .; Shield: Warren, Receiver Gainesville. trnetingthese diseases. Tots best seats are. those from Fla. .
\ hipley
,\.... mous for its cures ot colds. It ,occupants look up at the I 1 ,
,r ,' WASHINGTON COUNTY OFFICERS. opium or other narcotic and may down at them. You can't ,I

<. ,t *jCrc": ..Tt,Clerk-W. C. Lockey, Vernon. to b"t; .a All child Dealers with, implicit. of the eyes unless .-,,, '
*'* Vernon below level with it. 7- : xxoococxxxNigh 7*
County Judge--O. Crocker ; or on a <) .
Sheriff!:-C. G. Allen,Chipley. Adv."I a man begins to look -
Tr.alurer-B. B. Tiller Vernon. CIVIC JEALOUSY. lost in the "
i tax: .&.....sor--.J.J. Williams, Chipley. f"I everything
of his Class Saw Mill l
b Tax: Collector-W. B. Gainer Kconlina.Supt. : Squire Durnitt (of a sense own impor- Machinery.
:I '..Public.Instruction-B. Gainer, tell felt that never was worth a
They me
Wausau. you nickel to anybody." We carry at our new warehouse, 408
Supervisor of RegistrationJ.. M. quake in your town th' and 410 East Bay St., a large stock of
/Simmons Greenhead. It didn't bother us none. Portable and Stationary Engines! Locomotive
attack t and Horizontal Return Flue
have billioua Give
County Solicitor- A. D. Carmichael, Uncle Welby Gosh (of Tablets a trial. They are ox- Boilers; Saw-Mills, Planers, Edgers
.ern hlpley. hurst) -Should say not. sale by All, Dealers. Adv. Saws, Belting and Mill Supplies;also
County Surveyor-Thos. Colllnsf Cary- hain't no' 0' gittin' > engine and saw-mill repairs. We also
woy handle the celebrated line of HUSTLER -
wills Fla
blamed little village 'ceph TAYLOR VANCE. AMRER-
County Commissioners: ICAN DELOACH Saw
dirt road an' no stir: .
jy and
J.T. Hlghtower. Chairman, Vernon. ERIE aLE FEL, TAYLOR
A. C. Gilbert Chipley. quake would take th' ," says William Lyon ::;OUTHERN Engines'and Boilers, PERKINS Shingle Mill Machinery Spe-
that. C:ial Stave Machinery for Turpentine .
N. :. S. U Davis, Wausau. his essay on the novelist,
1: ':." ', J. H. Porter Mlllvlllo. .-:... ..i'H3fttfflfa' 1 riulB< .for Immedlat-s. Shipment. Get our prices before buying
::' h I). F. Gunn Santa Rl\oP 8 1'1' Ve can save you moneyA will bring our Traveler.
'; t f.} School Boa{,.picr' t HIS JOB. at heart always a poet. In Write for literature covering your special requirements. '

\: '' .'. O. ..i't' CI?;, him we feel that what he Motsby Machinery Co.
/ .. .' t Vp'Bnsh, Chairman, Orange Hill "There goes a man who it is life indeed; but
; Lob Sk 410 E. Hay St. Jacksonville, Florida
; .*:; --fY S. *;Gainer, St. Andrew. pulling down salary: of $ ..
-'I',:: -. '" \WiL. Buss, Vernon. year as a baseball player" feel mysterious an inexpressible charm of Long D..tano No. S7 t. -
"What is he doing nowt"
CHIPLEY CITY OFFICIALS. our hearts swell and our
"Serving as a
Mayor-A..D. Campbell.Xa"halJohn He saw life as every..
Roberts .. those who think they see it, through the medium Here's a Good Slogan fora

Clerk and Treasurer-W. W. Cook. spend their money as fast soul. As Joseph Conrad
Council-W. O. Butler, Jr. chairman, get it."
A. D. Carmichael, A. A. Myers, C. E. no novelist describes the Bigger and Better Business.. '
Tharp. J. R. MoGeachy, VARIOUS STRATA."I'm ; simply describes his own

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-The Banner "Struck water yet p" : "..
/5Not yet. I expect you stake me off to a good Move as fast as the procession move out. Take the

hoopskirts by tomorrow if you're content to go with- pace of the company you are in or make way. for. :.the man

',: Chipley, Fla. TRYING TO- ." behind. 1

: ': Studs for the Upbuildinc of him"I kiss told Will" I would shameful plot exists betwoenllv- Don't stand-in- the'way of new idea : Don't pause in the

me., to cause distress by refusing path of better system. Don't settle" down on the ladder of
he do?
"What did
Cbipley, Dr. King's New ute 1'11111. and '
"Did It before a looking of jour system. They gent. success. Don't he a barnacle on the ship} of pregress.Changemeans .

'Washington County, right action or stomach,liver and
IN THE bowe's and restore your health
fesllngs. 2So at 8 E McUeacby. ., progress., Progress:meansadvancement
And Florida) "Don't say anything I Adv.

'.. member, walls have ears." 6O YEARS Advancement ,means movement. Movisl-

:: L .. Subscription $1 Per Year. "Yes, and I"notice ,all EXPERIENCE

: ,' rubber plants. DON'T BLOCK THE WAY! '
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: We mk a SpecialtyZof The chief executioner of I. ,

Neat, ter and spring: months in TRAce MARKS CURTIS L. JONES D. CARMIUITAELAttorney
'... advance agents are colds and DESIGNS A
maladies y COPYRIGHTS 4c.
of these no
Artistic Attack ... Notary Public State Law
loaf In taking the best. medicine ", .n koteh..end de.orltdlon..a7 at Large.
''' h. our opbdnn tree wI.ether.a Collections
j ,,, a Specialty.
It off. Countless )
COlDm'ercJal Printing to drive ,proh"bl"r."l AiIIJBOOICo' Pateut.e All business entrusted to
found this to be Dr. King's UMmt a penny for..aurmep.t. o4. CJiJpley; ,
MX nusband delleves it. baa f ; W Uthrough.without c..'Gluon.,la the& tX> r.o lT my care will have my prompt .
having pneumonia three or lour

.: Mn. Ueo. W. (Place Raw; .. ic. .Rmeriril....,,.. e attention. Fees reasonable.Can D J. J ONES.2Cttorney .
The Banner lltnntr. t *1 w J.fI..t. Mr- '
cold. and we ......
croup ,
yA ," for found coughs its equal Guaranteed 'tnnnllu mly..lenlle.,|U oidh.ll journal. henrde.l.r.'1' (a w. be found at Post Office,

\ i 5, f chall affection Prtue 60o and $I & CO 3alaradw.y. New 1rk Wausau Plorida! -Law,

ChipleyDFla. tie free at 8 K MoOeaobv.:_ ,, I .r at..W..hlnat..,n. I .. t'llll'1/EYFLA.

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Stop cough before. It Savagea Who Feast on Human Flesh Must Ralaa Character of the .
develop something mor Still Exlat In That Vast Average Man by Making HIm.If -

serIous.Ballard's Island. .. Better. I Wire Fence.. .J :

.. Horehound Few parts of the world still con- How often we get up the machinery ,
tain so many remnants of the life of reform to find that it won't

Syrup of the pure savage aa does the -rnat work or has been perverted to prevent .

[Island of New Guinea, says Dr. Gun- the'good results expected I The 8 ,'

I* The RcmcdT Tint oar Ladtman, the Finnish traveler, trouble i is we expect machinery to do .48e
DOM the Work. e who has just been studying the manners only what individual character can g .

It relieve coughingImmedU and customs of the natives. For do. You cannot produce results .. 30
I ately. eases soreness In the ahead of the individual character .
lunge, loosens phlegm and many years past New Guinea has .. 244h
clears the bronchial tubes. It naturally attracted a large share of organization merer/. It ia the pre- 5J I, \\1 .r

Is a fine family remedy pleasxI attention from all who make a studyof ponderance of private virtue that ', .
I ant to take and good for chile ;
wins '
I drea and adults. anthropology. Until recently 4 'ii .
cannibalism A constitution be drawn 31. \Ili\
ZSe. was prevalent, but it is may up
We and
Frtoe 01.00.Buy :\ ,
i now confined to a few tribes, and and officers elected but the work 0

j five times the $1.00 as much III... as It contains the 2BOlie ,when Archbishop Donaldson waa will not get ahead of the sincerity, .. __...._....4..... ..'... __.._....__.........,..'_. __ __._...___ .

and you Ret with each botI .' among them some years ago he energy and intelligence of the members. .

I I tie Porous a Dr.Plaster Herrick's for the Red chest.Pepper found that the natives, many of This is tro* in government : Just a word Farmers and Fence Builders: ::
whom had been converted to Chri&ti81lity well as in society. Find out the

JamasF.Ballard.Prop. St.Louls.Mo. were extremely unwilling to character of the average citizen and : Having made a deal for Ten Car Loads .

Stephen Eye Ey.rive Cures SorettAPIORteoleMtnor0 talk about their old ways. )fr. JL you will learn how far your reform I. _

y W. Williamson, an;English explorer, has got. The duty of..a citizen to : of the Best American Steel Wire' Fence, we :.
v who returned last 'year from a stay hU community ia to :raise thai average

1 ALL DRUGGISTS. among the Mafulu savages, had, by making himself better. : are in position to make you better riccs:3' :
"- however, another story to tell, for That is the theory of all social :' .
Our education e than ever before. .(? .
this section of thd people can still progress. public-school
Madam, Read McCall's enjoy a banquet of human flesh. is based upon that idea. e 0
They do not slaughter their victims The immoral forces of a community e Be sure you see us before buying wire $

'I The!!!: Fashion Authority merely) for greed, but wait until a are fighting that idea and are : '
battle.or them trying to, kill off the individuaL elsewhere. It means money saved. '
private fight can give
MeCAlL'S b a ...... artktle ".d.aoa .I@.
*. Uliutratwl lOO-pas monthly both a meal and the excuse for tak- Every man that fall adds to their .
.M.......and...) thai elflol.I. adding..,. to of the 1.10O.OOO happi- ing it In other respects he described strength because he palls down the .'iP .
WOBMS aach month. ,them All reforms at home Hdw. Co. ." fancywork. as being'a simple and quiet average. begin Chipley ,$:
,Interesting abort Btorie and acoreaof race, :with an extremely complicated where the man makes himself trueor
labor-ovine ana money-caving Ideal G .It& ,

, the for McOAU women.newwt PATTERNS designs There are of In more the well celebrated than tame.MoOAIX .to of did religion not,in the the origin least know.of which They they be-; false life.-where Ohio State he heightens Journal.You .or lowers ...... ................0.Q -

Style, ,fit simplicity PATTERNS and economy.are famous Only for lieved that the fig tree and certain I
lOsndUoenUeacb. other plants haunted while will\ !find thai druggist everywhere
The pnbllahen of McOALL'S will ipfcnd! were ,
UNIVERSITY FLORIDA. Florida State For Women
thotuand* of dollar extra In the comlnirmonths their lives "to extent speak well of Chamberlain's:Cough Reme College
were .
In order to keep McOALL'S head a great ,
and ihoulden above all other women's spent in fear of dy. They know from Jung experience: lathe GAINESVILLEA TALLAHASSEE ., ;
I magazine at allY price. However. sorcery. sale of It that In cases of coughs Sand Superior But Inexpensive Institution for(
Ii only too a :year| poilUvely College Arts and Sclencca1, Normal Sxb.d.!
-- cold it can always be depended upon, and Florida Young Men. I School of MuHid School Art, School ol Expression
,Ton.M!T 5.ltrt Am 6..HcC.n titter..Fr>. STRONG ON HAMLET. that it la pleasant nod safe to take. For Four colleges, agricultural experiment station! School of Home Economics. Tuifioufree. i ;
from your eras copy of McCAiL'S,If you aalA__._ tAll_ _.. Dealers., _AfltrDURATION .... JnlTemlty. extension. 46 profesaom and as lstanta. First. Other clans ezpennea equipment very throughout.low. Fur Information
subtetlbe quickly.TEE 80 per cent Increase in attendance last ,
.. "Did you ever play in Hamlet year. Attractive buildings and campus. For address '
HcCAU COIPANT 238 Will,Nag r.kMOTH inquired theatrical of catalog-lie add"", ,,. A. A. MURPIIREE Prtiiilcnt. EDWARD CONRADI.Presided
manager a OF LIFE.
-Aik for ....cop,ol McCALL'S.onder-
tore lul mw calalocii pmalum aba auloau_.._. _Simple copy ud pat recent acquisition to his company. _. ..
"Ever exclaimed the newcomer. Buffon, the naturalist, makes the .
"Why, I've played in every. hamlet following calculations on the 'durability G raho hone Free! ':

I NEW between here and Niobrara, Nebras 'of life: From the beet calculations i am _BBamaBaai aaaaaaassg.a ,: I "
vervsW ka."-Pa thfinder. only one out of 8,210 reach ; .

the age of one hundred. Of 1,000 Not a Piano not an Automobile ,

FAMOUS STAGK BEAUTIESlook infanta nursed by the mother, about But a Graphophone Free 'by the ,t I
with horror' on skin eruptions, blotches 300 die;, of the same number ", : )'

svwarwwwaT. : For, sores all such or pimples.troubles use They Bucklen's: don't baee Arnica them nursed out 600 die. More people Chipley Furniture Company.," i: 'i.
lire to in elevated situ -
Salve. It glorifies the face; excellent for a great age Ticket with each Cash Pur-
n. CALLAHAN. Propr. ations than in lower given ,. ; 11' :
eczema or salt rheum, it cures sora, lips, ones. '
, I have just opened a ,barbershop chapped bode chilblains; heals burns outs: Of the children born alive, one- chase of $1 I or with every ,; < ,I' '
and brulll08. Unsurpassed for piles. fiOo at fourth $1 paid on account. A : .
I, die before eleven months, one- .
in the Dekle old
on S E MoOenchy. Adv.
corner west of First Nat. Bank, third before the twenty-third month, Call at: Store: for Partlc..lars.: : tt",'". C r'v',

and will appreciate a share of JUST WHY IS AN IRISHMAN? half before their eighth year, two- Be sure to get your Ticket. : *
thirds of mankind die before their

your barbering' trade. I guarantee For Political Reasons Some Say, for thirty-ninth year, three-fourths before Chipley Furniture C'ojtFAF :: :
to give satisfaction'
you the Daughter He ,Makss, Ae- their :fifty-first year, and of ,
Shove fOc. Bert the... about 12,000 only one survives a ,

Hair Cut 2Bc. whole century.
The other day we were asked by QUHAR MACHINERY CO ; .

the kind of person you would expect HAZY A8 TO DETAILS. 431 B. Bay Street, : '

R. F. SCARLETT to propound such a 'question: JACKSON VI L.L. POI L.ORIDA. '
"Why is an Irishman V We did not "That was a famous love affair of "

Notary Public.Real stop to hear his answer, but the Hero and Leander." Largest stock of Machineryin

question put ua to thinking. Just "Um yes, so it was. By the way j1: Florida for saw mills anti" .
Estate Handled. why is an Irishman During the did the story end at Reno?" planing mills. > *tEAR

Collections a specialty.Office next six months a large per cent of UIiAR MArrl ERY'r
+ the If are troubled with chronic constipation 1 ii
inhabitants of the United States you "-
In First National Bank.Advertise. -- H has been built for 57 y
.the m1d. Jd.geJ.lo effrjot of ChamUeniaiid'a : years;
might answer, "For political* raa- :
Tablets makes them especially mote built today than any oth
--------.a--. eons, of course!I" Six months ago, suited to Jour case. For sale by All Veal er. Let us tell you why., *
when one of our theaters afforded ere, Adv.
twice the amusement it advertisedthe Send for catalog and'price., '.ir

quieter portion of the audience ,-- -.. .- ..- ..
therein assembled might have answered .... I '

"To interpret the 'Celtic Bakers at Fort Omaha are experimenting : .
In your local paper Jf Movement. with the new "war bread" : An All Year Round Gift. 1 1A
In seeking the humor of life, the
which may be adopted by the United :
You. want results now. [irishman's highest reason for beingis States army for "emergency rations : Victor Talking Machine or Victrola. "

. F ,1. the laughter he makes. Laughter ," and it is pronounced to be ,

that is oftener with! him than against a 8Ucce .. This bread -will take the !t $10 to $250. Records and up. ..
The advertising cot place of hardtack in war time and We are State distributors and have largest stock in Florida 'j v 0 'r
i > Here are some words concerning will make it possible to serve fresh I Send for catalog. Prompt shipment. Slpj
of absorb-
umns .are the Hibernian spoken by a New
to the soldiers under almost
England'preacher, Nathaniel Ward, : t1.
ing interest in this condition
In sober of 1600
the year: -a sPark The bread is baked in separate "
age. T b ere tb e public of humor struck from flint: "The 4r loaves to make a crust on all sides. '1 45 West Forsyth St. Jacksonville,' Fla. I f), ;

i finds what it needs. Irish[ anciently called 'Anthropopha The dough is not ."proofed" or :
gi,' mane .ten, have a tradition
raised as in ordinary bread and the .'.
Moreover that enables .
them that when the devil
n u among finished bread is more solid, similar octoovcsoo0r o000CloA000OOOO3OOOOVOOOOOgOOOOo3O 7o3 ,
your publisher to showed our Savior all the kingdom. ict rye bread. So long as the crust is 0

of the earth and their glory; he not broken a loaf will ,keep at leasta ,I Mill Men and Manufacturers Io "
give you a better pa I would not ahoW''him Ireland, but reserved month and when it ia cut will ,

per. It gives your it for himself. It I. 'probably keep fresh, week. H =SBB= ,.

true, for he bath kept it'ever :

community'a better dace! Literature.for his own peculiar."-Cur. SOME PUNISHMENT.- T. R.. Thompson, Son ,& Co. ::

standing with the reader .rent
'"What punishment did that do Boiler Makers Tank and Sheet Iron Workers '. 0,
:!' COULD SHOUT FOR JOT. faulting banker get po- "

1 want to thank from the bottom of "I understand his lawyer'charged .u
you For all kinds of Boiler and Sheet Iron Work.
my heart wrote U U nador of L6wlsburg, him $40,000."
Special and prompt attention given to repair .work.
W. Va. for the wonderful benefit 1 from ., Esr'
Sooner or later result -- timates kind of material work .
op any or
JUectrlo! Bitters la curing me of both a Severe : i
A Desifoines maa bad an attack of,mu*>
case of stomach! trouble and of rheumtlsm -. gladly furnished on request. :
In bis shoulder. A friend
cular rheumatism
will be
forthcomingsoAdvertise I II whlob 1 had een an ..almostclpleis i
from j> advised him to go' to Hot Spring. This YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. ,
sufferer for ten year. It suited i
my case as though made for me. For dyspepsia moan an expanse of'l O.OO or more. Ha T., R. Thompson, Son & Co. .Ig.
3 sought for a quicker and cheaper way to : .
j; ,Indigestion,jaundice, ana to rid the cure It and found It la Chamberlains Lini P. O. Box 305. ', ., '" .
I l1' system Of kidney poison that causes rheum. I _
ment. Three day after toe Ant sppllca- .-
,Try.IIsm.them Electrlo every i'Uten bottle Is han guaranteed no saC tlon of,liniment be was well. Foraala BA.IINORIDGB .OA. \u

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] Personal. IT W. Tharp was in town mingling ] Town .Topics.Only IT '

with friends Saturday. MOST I'

Schedule of Moses Folsom and wife en- two weeks till Christmas. ,

13. C. 6fe St. A. Railroad route from St. Andrew to Jacksonville Come to Chipley to do your ANY '"

Effectlv: March U, .'I2.1 stopped here and spent Christmas trading. '' Vol
Monday. Mr. Folsom was work- : '.
Train No.1 TralnNo. 8 And what about the high cost BANK '
8ou' Going North.Chtpley 'i
of'a .
Uo>ln ins: in the interest special >
5:00p.m.Ar. .
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Ly. too a.m. of Christmas presents? '
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11:83 a.m. Wausau 4:87 p.m. edition of the TimesUnion.Rev.
1$:03 Oreenhead 4:00 p.m. I
p.m. often fails to tell
HOtJ p.m. Riverside 8:54 p.m. E. P. Smith pastor of the tongue ..
M 11:48 Vlcksburc 8:13 p.m. what the
p.m. straight sees.
Ar. 1:00p.m. Southport 8:00 p.m. Lv.Ben Baptist church, left Monday for Can business' after a'.fashion', when 1
handle "
T_ a i > Lakeland to attend the State 'I' H. Callahan has moved his yo : "

Askew, was up from Boni- Baptist convention. lIe will return :- barber shop to the R. C. Horne / times are" good and money ,easy. When times ."' ., ,, I s

fay Monday.W. Saturday, and will hold the store: building.Let .- '

L. Leigh of New York, was usual services Sunday. You are us be what we are and' say are hard and ,money tight t- you feell b.e... t ;: 9

A in the city-yesterday. invited. .... what we think, and in everything" 'with ;: .i.iII
business cohnectton a '
faithfully sustain the truth. need of a \
Sheriff Allen made a business The biff sale of the Chipley -
trip to Southport Friday. The little Dickey bird says II Bank ': fI'
Furniture Co., is now on. If thereis 'Big Strong and Reliable
is to be wedding in town .
there a '
Mr-Goetha was up from Southport anything in the furniture line \,....
before the passing ot the' Yule- I
'I on business Monday. you need you had better buy it tide \' 'Do'your 'banking business and make your credit A k
during the sale, as they have everything season. ;
Mrs. R. E. Tiller spent several -
marked down to a very Thanks to the kindness of I good with the strongest Bank in :: :J 'i'' '
days at Vernon this and last ," ,
low figure. You can't beat their Sheriff Allen, the Banner house .
week.T. .
prices anywhere. Read their hold has been feasting on spear- Washington County. ,
Y. Lisenby of Steam Mill, advertisement. ribs this week., ,' '
page ..
GM was a business visitor here
Mayor Ainslie in welcoming Dr. R. E. Tiller killed a one- :

Monday.C. delegates to the governors' con- year old pig Wednesday net- The First National Bank 'J'

P. Reed of Citronell, Ala., ference in Ricbmand ''last week ted him 331 pounds of meat

was the guest of friends here said: "If there is .a man here who Pretty hefty pig this.: of Chipley. : :': Par

Tuesday.R. is real ot his state
the governor The Banner extends thanks to ..
C. Horne from Lynn whose wife does not rule insteadhe -
was up Mr a.: A. I. Miller for a fine mess Mat

Haven and spent a couple ot days I call on him to stand up and of ,birds. It makes us feel goodto .. .. .,. .. 1i. -
counted." Florida's Governor ...........11..1.. . << Shr
last week. be be thus remembered.
Albert W. Gilcbrlst, amid .
Mrs. Berta Blake and son, Milton cheers, and laughter arouse and Do your holidy shopping early; ........................... ... ..............."......D...... -' Seep

are spending some days at was counted-alone. He is abatcbelor. get first cbfce, and favor those : .: :. Car

Pensacola. a you know. .who are striving to accommodate 'i Take Notice }

Anderson Amos of 'Jackson you. Show them. your appreciation. .N. ,'"

county, was a busines visitor in Get your horse and cow feed From this date henceforth, we will run,our ,',f
town Friday., from Williams & Helton. Don't let Christmas slip up on mancet:, business on a strictly ;W'. PlASH

V J. H. Leonard of Bonifay, was A piece of furniture makes an you without the.proper announc- BASIS. ': \

the guest of W. D. Peters and acceptable Christmas present. : ment of, your' holiday goods. The .
family, Friday. Banner is the paper that will get send the '., .
f Chipley Furniture Co. JEflTWhen you send to the market. for meat, B
results from advertisements.
1 Mrs. Wm. Gainer of Econfina, When a man 'agrees with you money also; or:if you order by"Pbone, have the change .. :t Thd

is here visiting her daughter, at all times look for the axe be There are two, things thnt i is ready for the delivery boy. Don't fosget this! 4 _, haveTillerB

f Mrs. D. D. Davis.W has to grind.If much needed in Chipley, and '

Lake which she must have before the I Wells & SHairott t il
C. Aiford of Compass you want to make an accept- much further : 'Phone 173. boat

was one of the visitors in ,the city able Christmas present, give a and town that progresses is electric lights and" an, .....MM. ......wM..4f.N.N.........0 't .? train,

Tuesday afternoon.C. piece of fU 'nitu e.-Chipley Fur- ice plant. ..,r... conne
A. Grubbs from his niture Co.Every :r ; bay'
was up The ladies of the Methodist The Tallahassee TrueDemocrat -: Peanuts! Peanuts! Goi
I Z' ::-, still near Wausau, and spent the section ot Florida is farm "i'
progressive tells of a county .
church will hold a Bazaar at the 3000 bushels selected N. C.,
?: >> day here.Saturday. and many sections are netted $7,000 in one Let
+ Harvey store building on Friday er who yearon Florida grown peanut seed,. at ; -.-- --- -
.', :" Mrs. Charlie Gotten and chil making many public improve- and dairy products. The avenues)I '..,
and Saturday December 20h $1.00 per bushel, of 25 pounds, _," Lei''
: ..' -':" flrcD-.of Millvile!' are viaiting with ments. 21st It hoped they will have for making monkey in Florida iswidening f. 0. .b. Lowell, Fla.'. ,.' ., Leav.
"t: relatives here this week. art liberal and increasing in num- Velvet '. Arrlv
Get an square or some rugsto patronage. 2500 bushels selected

Mrs..Grace Drummond of St. beautify and make your room The show windows at Campbell ber. Bean seed at $2.50 petbushel.: '-. ; .: in Goin waiti

t Andrew was the guest of Mrs. comfortable; we are selling them & Dekle Co's.I are always- at- The Miami Metropolis says We are now ready to make immediate therein'

t W. W.,Jones Wednesday.Mrs. chea .Chipley Furniture Co. tractive, but they are unusually plans are about matured a 1000- deliveries Peanuts _

i M. J. Williams of Grace- A Chinese note for. $100 dated pretty this week, being tastily acre cane patch in Dade county. I and January deliveries on Velvet .. .

: ":yille, is here on a visit to her son, 2,500 years before Christ has decorated abd displaying their Well we ought to'have 250 acres Beans. Let us have your orders!; --

; fj.VV.; Williams, and family. been discovered, who shows how line of holiday goods.", about Chipley next year. There I', now; prices will advance later in, _J''.

ClC. long it takes to pay the things. I is a ready market for all the syrup '
1.. Harm and wife' of Wasbi..ton The Board of Trade held its I season.RAYSOR FARMS, : WitJb

D., C., passed this way The Red. Tag Sale or the Chip- usual weekly meeting Monday afternoon we can make... Lowell, Florida. .,( office

.(,Friday enroute to the Bay coun- ley Furniture Co. is a bonified at which time a constitution L 1'
try. ._ Bale; nothing shoddy;, all staple. and by-laws for the organization Get it fresh at SCHELL'S.You :, uary exami

--'-- arjted at "sp le price"sodon't I adopted being See SCHELL for t'eedi;' >"- :'
." L. O. Stein and wife passed Nothings : was same can get it at SCHELL'S. "N :. .
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askif--: "*"*--.., orderedprinted "in"' pamphletform > '
thin way Sunduy enroute from atrip .. "FreiK-Crackers at SCHELL'S Magazines-at SCHELL'S. .. J :
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so that every can "
to the Bay country, to their ,NO. '7778. be, turnisbed with a copy of it. B"utterine, Butter and' Cheeseat Get one of those new hats. ,'a"t. -',,1. tif'(

home at Boston. Report of the condition of The 'FiretNational SCHELL'S. Williams & Helton. ; '. ,, \Ii+
Bank at Cblpley In t.beSt.ateof Dr. Wilson desires the Bannerto i; .
Mrs. J. H. Drummond of St. Florida! at theclose:. of business,'wjll carry on the Your credit is good with us. TIf it is furniture you want, see ; !
November 20th, 1918.RESOURCES.
Andrew the B. C.
came on
up dP 'Chipley ,
\'\ : work of treating bookworms Chipley Furniture Co.' Furniture Co. :. !
train Sunday afternoon and went
"'"; out to Peusacola.] Loan:. bonds and Discounts.$120,522.14U.S to secure circulation SO.OOU.OO started hereby the State Board FURNITURE! Yes we.' are You can get all 1 ingredients for :') ., ,
Insurance..... 720.00 of Health. So if desire the fruit cake at Williams & -
you selling stacks-of it. Come in let I ,_ Helton. ':';
Mrs. Henry Farrior and children Premiums on U. S. Bonds 001.00Honds 1
securities, ... 7,784.37 treatment for yourself or any us sell you some. Cbipley Furn- I CASH OR CREDIT Tbatfis \ ':
this house, furniture and ,. .
of Southport, are here Banking
fixtures................. 30,44000Other member of your' family call on iture Co. the we sell furniture. hfp'I w' ..
way '
week the guest of her: mother, real estate owned........ 5,838.93 him at McGeachy's drug store _
Due from National' Bank (not 'ley Furniture Co. T: __ r '
Mrs. T. E.-Lan stou. reserve agents)..... 31.500.98 and get it.AJacksonville. 1 'I
Due from approved teaerve ants 15,004.04 ,Residence For Sale. I New lot of Tobacco-Brown's ;' \Ii
.i.: Editor Bee Brooks of the Vernon Checks and other cash Items... 235.80 mambas invented -
I'! j. News wae up from the county Notes) of other National Ranks., 1,31000Fractional bousebold'icemachine.. and ,I offer my house and,lot,corner Mule,. Apple Sun Cured, Prince !. l, \'fj!/
paper currency a
" : capital Tuesday and paid the nickels and cents............ 130.64 6th and Jackson streets for sale, Albert smoking, at.SCHELL'S.Do ",
Lawful In they are now being manufactured ,
4 Bank
money reserve !
............ but if not .sold by'Dec;. 25th It
;\:". Banner a fraternal call.C. Specie /9,099.95Legaltender : in that city. 'It is said that a you like good biscuit? Try .
nl'telll.26.! .OO- 10.297.35Redemption !! will be withdrawn from the mar
'C-;': A. Harris and wife of Seattle fund with U. H.! machine of 50 pounds capacity Pillsbury Flour; its the best
II Treasurer ((5!! per cent of circulation ket for one year, as I will then made. Williams & Helton. .' .
,i:t Washington, .arrived .a few .... 3.BOO.OO occupies a space of 18x24 t Inches.It rent it.' ; '.i/

1::' :::':;i. days ago to spend the winter Total...,.$375,604.95 can be operated by gasoline or C. G., ALLEN. 25 per cent. off for Cash until \.j.

,\,I, '. with their cousin, C. H. Harris. LIABILITIES. any other power. It is said to ... .. January 1st, is our inducement. \Ii

i :,>: .; :( Capital Surplus stock.paid .i...,< 3O.OUOOO 50,030.00 be very simple and to cost very. Cbipley.Furniture Co;' Oii
Itiswithpleasure that we state .
., : Undlvld profits, less expenses: ," little. Velvet Beans Wanted. .
that Rev. D.-H. McNeil has been and taxss .. 1,004.80 i Call us andsee, what nice groceries \\fj!

'. returned the,pastorate' of the National to other Bank:lratlona111anke> notes outst'd'K.... 60,00000Due 4.993.77 The merchants of Chipley I I1In in the market for the purchase ,you get; we make quick delivery :- .
: Dividends unpaid...., ......,,... 40,00 of matured velvet beans inttfe
I,.." '. Methodist church here for anoth Individual deposits subject. ) make an honest effort to supply too. Williams &Helton.
' ', check. ... .. ....;......./.; 139215.42 their hull. Will pay the best mar- Ifi
/,1 'J. er'Jear- Time certificates deposit! ..... 8, the wants of the people,and B. Blake & Co. have somethingof
ket price in cash for all matured
Certl fled checks. ... 87.24 merchandise 1i
favorably compete
'\ :" Jkfisa.Lucile Jordan, one ot the Cashier's checks outstanding .. 400.83 beans in the hull, brought me. special interest to the ladies. to
': with prices prevailing in larger 1iAbsolutely !
\ ,teachers in Palmer] College at Total.... ....r27.V584.93!! cities. E.. N: DEKLE.Gin offer; step in see what, it is., .
-DeFuniak, came home to spend! !State: of Florida, County of Washington: : Our people appreciate .. .. fresh '
groceries and )(
I.Y.. O. Butler, Jr., Cashier ef the their effort and give them
Saturday and Sunday with her above named bank do solemnly swear the encouragement. In Notlce is what you get t\Ii j .
that the above statement 1 U true the
mother,,Mrs. F. C Wilson. best ot my knowledge belief. to other word?put the2-centatamp Those, having,cotton to be ginned from Williams & Helton. : -: 1\Ii l
W. o. IIUTLEa Jr., Cashier
,1 L. T. Franklin] ,of Southern ( A. D. Campbell, you send to Chicago with your please take notice that the I am agent for the Saibara

Tennessee, was a prospecting Correct-Attest: {I H.E.: A.N.Alford, $4.98 order and get the same Cbip1ey"Gin Go's gins will run Nurseries located at'Mobile. If \ .

visitor here several days'this'and Dkle.Directors.. goods at home, save! express only,on Friday' and Saturday of you want Orange or any 'other -

..t week. pjobable that he 7th Subscribed,day of.Decemoor'J912.and sworn to before mtl, bill charges and a week or1 two's. each- week.... until January. 1st.; kind| of fruit trees.'see- me for ,

rt farm and locate'here.i .' 'A M. fUrper/Notary Puhlle.TT' wait to get them. CHTPLEY GIN Co. catalog an4 prices.-J.. E CAO.EY1 ,
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