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Chipley Washington County Fla
C. Tharp & Co.
Creation Date:
December 26, 1912


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Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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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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Genevieve was endeavoring to :recover -- ,
At Chipley, Fly" ," '- her composure after ,the first II
"'? -realization that she had made an .'
WALTDR W. .JONBI''Bdltoao.JCltYNA 'error. "It is I who must ask your '
pardon. My\ mother and "S. both de ;, I'
At iha pottoffic. at Cblpler. as .
Mcoadclaw mall matter.BUBSCBIPTION._ cided that you were my father ,.
friend, Mr. Barnes, for whom we .y :

BATES: are looking. He is a stranger, and '
,,oats 1&4.B.j'.,.. ....*1.00 Feed Stuff 1'.t :
BIX MOUTHS,....v. .. ...... ..6QTHBKB : father described him as tall and :
: : IONTBd... 88AdT dark. You looked like a manger -. '"
seeking a number, eo-you'll pardonme ., "
rtbingrate.turelsh.dontppacatlon.ldommunlcattons. ,,'
you any HorsesWMule ; '
on live topics, especially Kensington smiled, and as Mrs. J1 .
of local Interest, are solicited It Marston joined them he explained "
li understood, however that the publish- ::, (sowsHogs Chickens Etc? : : '
his conduct. Then hi
of THE BAHNKB: will not be responsible again own !: J .
for opinions expressed by correspondents.TT added : "I, too, am under a slight c' f "

BANNER: wants a live representative difficulty as to my dining place. Mra < : Do you have to feed 'then'., "" \
and correspondent at every postofiUce! Thompson, one of your neighbon .' '
In the. county, and will\ make liberal arrangements on the hill asked me to dine witl u ,
with the rlccrt; parties. You do well then let t : '
them quite informally tonight, and ; "

THURSDAY, De h VG, 1912. to come out early, if L cared to, and

L -:: look at the various places I had laid sell you the feed_for them. ;
0ENEVIEVFS GUEST ,out some time since.
"I went to her house and was informed I
PROVED RIGHT MANy by the maid at the door : We have the proper loin "t .

that she had instructions to let '
I DOROTHY BLACKMORE. one in without Mrs._ Th6mpson'iorders. for( all of them. ] .. .A<

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Hnerieve joined her mother 'at had asked me. to dinner had slipped .J ,rJ', : I
beside the Mrs. mind and she hat -, .
.1l1s tea table creeper. Thompson's -.. Ii
areaed trellis. gone for the day without informing

: "Father' has Just telephoned :from the ,servants. They had a house ,. '
the office to say that he has robbed by a man who said he want '

,koiMd his train- ed to mend the clocks and had come : Campbell & ekle Comp 'ny !

HOh I" interrupted Mrs. Mar- under instruction from Mr. Thomp: ; .

Istao, with a sigh of genuine disappointment son.: Kensington laughed. "So jfeL 1,
"that is too bad. And you see how the servants regardme. _
I shall wait now until Mrs. I
Ion such a hot night, too. "- ), -
Thompson returns and en-it r. I
"That iin't the worst of it, 'said ,

'OcneTievje. "He has asked a friend will, be all right. Well
>-* Mr. Hunter Barnes of London "Meantime, do come in and havea Knew a Thing or Two. Deserved.The IRA AHUT jSpN,

'-to meet him at Jamaica and come cup of tea," Mrs. Marston said oboes Tie In farmer the city had shop.bought"Now a,pair cant of I Praise That Comes From Attorney ahaChlpley w.

but for dinner and the night graciously., "It is quite natural on sell '
spend 'you a pair of shoe-trees? suggested Thankful Chip )eople.
With us. He's a business associate the part of the servants," she laughed the clerk "Don't git fresh with ey .
ft the London house and :father feels as they sought the tea table.I me. Bonny'" replied! the farmer bristling One Kidney remedy has known Will practice in 'n ,.'i
up; "I don't bellevo shoes kin be merit.
"But I wonder where Mr.
bound to entertain him. poor
,111d.utjr raised on trees any niore'n I believe Chlplcy people rely upon it.:
hems a perfect Itranger'm't1\\e, country Barnes is, said Genevieve as they rubbers grow on rubber plants, or That remedy la Doan'a Kidney Pills A. "VV1
and, as father had no way to sat in a rustic seat in :full view of oysters on oyster plants, b'goshj"! Chipley testimony proves it reliable. EKS. .

communicate with him', ,the poor the pathway,, Mrs. M A Davit, Jackson St., Chip-. Attorney and Coons. lIor at Law
man is likely, to be wandering aboutatgwbere "His loss is my gain," remarked Phllotophy( of Life. ley, Fla., says: "I consider it' pleasure Bon If ay, Fla.
this side of Timbuctoo Kensington, teacup in hand. "ButI We must live honestly and try to to again recommend Doan'a Kidney '

jOeneviere filled her 'cup and waited trust he will find you." another's make others burdens happy, ,and'by do sharing to others ona Pills in a public way. I think Office in indset' Building. :
"Mr. Marston will be here on the just as highly of this remedy now as I
tat her mother'' to the situa-
gather as we would wish others to do unto Jfa 'Protnpt.
tion. next,train and perhaps he will have us. did three years ago after it cured me per mal service, '
and I have bat little or no kidney trou- to clients. ;
found him Mrs. Marston said. -
Tbjwf. nothing to do but waitmid Two I I
Mrs. Marston after a.moment's.ftAection. ,Until ,train time, Kensington told '<:'t. ble since. I was in poor health quite 1'.E. \
while and seemed to be. DR. TI
dinner .the two women much that convinced Every tomorrow ]ht't iwo -.1)1! ) r. growing : tEll.
"We'll postpone We can take- hold! of It !b. t'e, n 1.1 <. worse. My nerves were all unstrung \
luntU If:10, and maybe your father them of his sincerity. He relatedto of anxiety or tlio hand!!.* t.r .-, and I rested so poorly that when I got DENTAL i URlsy.v ( I I

,Trill have found hia, :friend some them the story of how the' little up in the morning. I was all tired ou\ Ch --:" J' -' '', .
-1..__ settlement in which they live origi* t a'
""' My appetite was yoor and I ..alw'aysfelt
"And maybe he won't, too," ,nated. languid. My daughter finally procured Office over First h ,
added Genevieve: "Poor soul l" "It was ,a great, rolling cow pasture -/ (i I a box ot Doan's Kidney PiUs

Tba, .attention, of, ,the, two women when Mr. Thompson first !I and I began using this remedy. The A. G. Mc
found it and as he was desirous of I contents of the first box did me so much ;gee
was attracted to the path in front Made Strong and Well by VinoL :
good that I continued to use it and before
home for himself and 1
of their suburban house. A establishing a Notary t '
When we toll you that Vlnol Is the long I was in better health than I
nan stood looking, intently at $the of surrounding himself with a few best remedy In our whole stock for had enjoyed for years. I feel that I State atL
pie and bordering flower beds., congenial neighbors, he bought the making weak puny ailing children owe much to Doan's Kidney Pills. ge,
entire of ground-all that was strong, robust and only
"Mother, whispered Genevieve, piece rosy we are For, ale by all dealers. Price 50
grasping h.pareJ1f..atm! none 'too left of an old estate-and asked me telling hundreds you mothers.what has been proved by cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, Orion Lode, ?

ftnUy. "That's he!I" to come up and lay it out, being New York, sole agents for the United
Mrs. W. O. Strother, Raleigh, N. C.,
careful to the houses to -
That's who'P" place so as States. )
says: "My little girl. Hazel, has been Regular Corbmunicat Second "'
father's friend-he answers1' the preserve every one of the old trees taking Vlnol to "build her up after a Remember the name- -Doan'a.-and Saturday and Fourth Fri night; In
description father gave' me qver: the that stood in the pasture. That accounts severe spell ot sickness. It has dons take no other. (Adv) each Visiting month.Brethern i pi cordi

!phom., and ,doesn't he .look! as if for the irregularity of the so much good by restoring her appetite 'w. L. Te p invite I I
roads and the hit-or-miss settirg of and building up her strength thatI os, N. M
tie were searching for, some one? R. W. JONES,Sec.
think Yinol 13 the finest tonic
, Oml..iv. turned_to the ramblers! the houses. but-pardon my seem prepared and I am telling everyone ever Different Vision. .
and began ostensibly to pick a cluster ing self-praise tried to make iJ about it" We only see the wart and the 1. O. O ,, NO CE.Un .
obliqued nose as we gaze ,Into the
fax reality the,wanted. only;' t.Q' get artfatio irregularity, and. D WhatVlnol did for thJs..,'Ittt1LIDII face right beside us. while those from r otice ',
...... o tttlJ'HBIBV' Itlwitt stent..--TrTonipstm-thtokr1'T"A" .......-!!UC .' -gjfL CSior very-.weak. and afar come ''to, see the power and flash Ill
\ ulllag elilld, becauas"slckly children .
t1J' "f notice him.: : of genius there.A
seems to be going on," said "You have indeed-I just love. need the strengthening cod liver ,each Mo ; .. -,,
I elements and the tonic Iron that
Mrs. Marston. I it," Genevieve declared enthusias Vlnol contains-that Is why Vlnol Good Deodorizer, x By ord ,.

"But reluctantly see. He is look I tically. "Oh-h, here comes :father builds them up quickly and gives An orange peel placed on a hot 3.B.r

Ing at the grounds, at the flowers. : with a tall,, ''dark man." them a fine, healthy' color. It Is the stove stove makes Is hot a ,fine enough< >odorlzer.It will burn It

Now-he sees us and is embarrassed. It was not a half hour until Mr. pleasant to take, and we guar like celluloid, However, If the''vtove
antee that the '
results will satisfy
I wonder what we, should' and Mrs. Thompson came .anxiously you'-money back It they *do notS. ia not hot enough lust touch a match, It you in and tv see 4 Is
the road in'their automobile to the'pooling after It has been heat stop q.
dof Father said he would along
probably E. M
GeachYIDrunlst.; Ch!plcy, Fla counter at
tarn up." 'I searching both sides of the street ed through), -.v. -.-' Camp'.o..

"Surely a mere passerby wouldn't' for their guest who had been so in- ,

,sjtare so," remarked Mrs. Marston.Tta hospitably treated At their home. I

you quite sure your :father "I can assure you Mrs. and Miss! e II Ii I

quid, tall and dark"" Marston\ have made up for the sus- LrrCl II I i

"Quite," replied Genevieve, ria- picion of your servants," he laughingly '
ing. "And I'm going to get him." : told Mrs. Thompson. "I haveno YOUR BEST WISHES I

Oeneriere picked her way out i grievance whatever," he added, I

:from among the .roses ant walked I Ietni&'ht looking at Qenevieve. "I aak 'only "
to the huge: instead of goIng ; i this- -that you invite me, often hereafter r Fora ir can-now beSurself rilfilled '

by the circuitous -route<"to the i and let me come to see my 4
path. The tall stranger was moving' new made friends, Mrs. Thompson, a present of tip

oq reluctantly. as well as your two good selves."
from our fine collection.
"Are you-Mr. Robert Huntei Mrs. Thompson's eyes twinkled.She _

(Barnes F" Genevieve asked, hesitat-; had a keen intuition and something If you will! have, comfort on e .

Wi. ,. told her that a romance had
The man turned quickly toward been begun between her bachelor 'you will have comfort all the ret of

bit, his soft hat in his hand in anInstant. landacape artist and Miss Marston.: {'

"No; my name is Kensington "My, intuition never fails me," We'll, insure the comfort if VOlt c
-James R.-and I must elk you she said to Mr. Thompson the fol.. "

to pardon my seeming rudeness in lowing'' June when they were all chair at our,store. .

staring at your grounds. I am a busy with preparations for an out. v

landscape artist and, as I have not of-door wedding, a wedding among I, Chipley Furniture Comp n j
teen this place since I laid it out the roses where James Kensington I
I iflve years ago, I was anxious to first saw his bride. "It never fails I Railroad Street; Chipley. Fla.

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Day Is Almost Gone When Mi Ii# Couiftry'Jtafousfy. Guard** Itt 816"'t."
Barber > Made the Confidant of1\ I of Defense> From the Prying1' is

: Rulers I, of'TOdfiLtk: ;.e

.,.,Shop.. I j t.t.1'h l' recent appointment of Dr; ; N6 country guards--- the'secret1 of '} :. ett.M

"G. E. Morrison, the well-known 'its defenses with 8uch"carea.1t' ly. r
No Waiting. ",( English newspaper! correspondent, at" JMany: an innocent tourist l loses.' his ; ?
r adviser* to'the''new Chinese government of their
: : camera through ignorance
< ;:3 Barbers 3 is an exception which emphasizes regrrfationX enforced in districts "
II ,
the fact that the day is almost '"near"' the French frontier. If, yoU

Everything Up-to-Now. gone when the journalist is the'confidant : are trailing 1 ty rain straightthrough .l"L 1
,1, ", of rulers. Of course one'J'ea4'' frdm Jiodena Ttiritt
: : t f'. ,*.., Shave. ,.. . .... ISc.. son is the passing 01 master journal).' frnay safely tike' a catdera"1I'itJi'you.But'shcmldfJu handsome new style in" { '

Halrcutting25c.. ... :. jars of the type of Delane, Blowitoor gel ouf at Bardbnecx&ty .
',: Shampoo .. ... 2.5d. Grade:
.., ',:,' Massage, ...._. . 25c. Greeley. It is probable thatnone ; the'! first station'on the' Italian our Diamond Special ; $3.00A ,':
;,-:",. Hair Singe, .. ... . 25c of, could flourish today: ta' Side; or at any' other station between that Mil give the finishitigtouch ;

'. they did in their time, for the- reason that And S -nineteen1 i' miles fur: to costume. ,J
,/ We Slicit Your Patronage. any 1
Hid >j journalism itself has undergone } ther1 dn.'-y&u'camera itf confiscated.

...." I' ,Very Respectfully a; tremendous change. Anyone bicycling, motoring ortritmping ,, This is only one of our new patterns..

"W.:. D.. Peters. JPropr When" Henri de Blowitz got his tfcross'the frontlet 1dth'a Ask your dealer to show you his styles of ,
famouj "beat" on the ;Berlin treaty caI'ti' Tar ii forced to had: it over ho
of 1878 it was.the result of years' oi II mat fer'what destination1 may b Diamond :Brand Shoes. He should have'= .
; intimate contact and service, tc' j I Of bourse the camera,can be recov: them in all grades at all prices;, for men

; D BIN,XI ST. statesmanship. There were "leaks41 ;jered' if you;return the same Vay1+ ,'.bat and children.
in those that fame anjd : as well as for women .
days spelled jit is lost if. you leave the by'another
,Crown.. and Bridge' Work a Specialty fortune for the man who caught the .' rout- -New, count ,I:7i 'C JYo JJt4MONO'/JIUNDfl/\

;., ;.$lp-Omce over Chipley State Bank.. Such a relationship IB well-nigli' J 6oam.J '(!j bg.sHOEAfAKENVU. !!iJ;)

impossible now. Today, and .esp&l' 1 NOr MIS: CLASS lYE HAKE/lORE f;iVf.SHOES THAN ANY ,
:'. The New York World"Thrlccaweek dally in our own country, the whole !J OTHER MUSE TMA "Sv "

'c' Eedition. I machinery of government is press''o".1 "Whfsliould'tliatreut16rfutA'sltatonit9bile" { t : .. : !:= .'
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Die Thrice-a. week World. hopes to b( department of our national life"'has : gheuMhet'hie 1"' :
ill 1003 a better paper than It has ever a man whose Junction is to disBeml 1; "BecanAe1' he's'.g Mack wt1t '.* FARQUf-IAR MACHINERY
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been before and It has made Its arrangements ,I nate to the public, and through the 431 B. Bay Street. '

accordingly.; Its news service covers press, a knowledge'' of its activities You flrtlfMthat druggists everywhere UACKSOlSVlt-U p'.. llORIDA. '

the fully entire, promptly globe and and It accurately.reports everything It Rarely, indeed, does a great piece 6/ .pedif'welt t,t"Ch'atV'e11Atd'i' : Cout1f Jt me- i Largest stock of Machinery.
from tend experience' In
Is the only paper not a dally which Is at exclusive news come out of Washington dy. I,
the sale of it that In cases of cough and in Florida for saw mills:and -
good as a dally, and which will keep von or,' for that matter, front tithe '
I coldtflt CBI lUwavrbtedepeWffefftfpbn/ andthatlt .
Informed of what Is happening planing mills.EARQUHAR. '
,ai completely European capitals.All li.'pfensantVocl' IPe(0.' tate. For : '
throughout; the world. which to show Ai't' +.
simply goes ale bj All Dealers. MACHINERY
The Thrice-a week World Is fair In Its .
political reports. You can get the truth that news, like everything else; hall '- has been built for 5J years;
a Republican come to be a matter of system.Munsey's .-*- : I
from Its colrmnawhfther you are ALL ExpLAINED' more built today than any.oth-
or Democrat, and that Is what Magazine. .
you want.A 1I er. Let us tell you why.

spealal feature of tho Thrlce-a-weck BADLY CONFUSED." I Send for catalog. .and, price'.
World has always been Its serial fiction ,
Itpubllshes novels by the best authors \ "The turmoil of Iitia "
iioves whlcn In book form sellforlt present p W. H. MILTON, M. L. DEKLE, V. M, OOLhON.Cashfor..
1.5O apleco. and. Its high standard In must: have, addled poor. Dahk3XV'tbrain" i President. Vice-President .
this respect will be maintained\ In the future = {
.. as I In the past. rt y do Yon think *>pOI I First National Bank -
The'Tbrlceawl'ek World's regular: "I notice he's!. spelling 'canc idat4r' I
subscription price Is only tl.OO per year I
these days with three: .d'a MARI NA., FLA.; .:
and. this pays! for 186 papers. We 'offer ,
this unequalled newspaper and The Ban r AlfdtJS STAGK BEAU nUS: } .

er together for ono year for $1.05. The talk with horror on akin eruptions, bfotclU I Capital 50000.00 I,"
regular subscription price of the two papors They don't base them. :
Ito es,sores or pimples. Solicits Accounts of Banks, Corporations, Firsts Lao Individuals.J' ':'
Is 3 00. For all such troubles use Bueklen% Arhlda
Hulre: : It'alorUlest1i9' r.o ;' excen"ent forecaemaorsaltrbetrav Our twenty yeara experience in the banking; bualfn/ 'enables ua ttf 'offer
\ It, cures sore lips, you the beat banking facilities of any! bank in West FI We also, have a
, fully[ equipped Savings Department in which we pay I ,i 6n deposits.:. Accounts -
burns cuts .
hands, chilblains ,
chapped ; '
by mail handled as easily a* by personal inter /
and bruises. Unsurpassed for piles. Mo at 7F"
.. us your business. 4 : .
write fl),'our cbn1ld ntlal letter before.jv j to MoGeachy. Add ,1Iii
iiylrtff for petont it worth money. -- M. GCM )N Cashier.yOU .
Wu promptly obtain: t U.hand foreign _
PATENTS Lady-How long were you in your

ami TRADE:: :!MARKS*. .e. :,. or modal etnrn IIk,1.\ETITi :J-) Famous' ". of"The': Mikado" Was last place l'GirlJisht WANT
til-photo and we BAnd an IMMEDIATE Never at" a [,6.a for f month. J9n1That
FREC!: report on paten bllIIY. We give Rvtorl
the beat legal service and ndriue, and our Lady-Indeed? What was the Better
charge are moderate. Try ua. a
trouble P
; SWIFT & CO. His table talk will not be garneredup
Patent Lawyers, in dismal"little volumes where the I Girl-The' trouble' was,. ma'am, question will beasked you afmost dally by business men'! aecVtag yot ;
that I got sick an' couldn't lave services it qualify-take the DraUghon Training-and show ambition to >'; '.
Opp. U.S.Patent OfficeWashington,D.C. champagne is flat and the lamps :More 13ANRERS' Indorse DRAUGHON'S Colleges than Indorse All otli'-r umess ), .
!burn dim Brevity was. the soul of1 sooner.- colleges'COMBINED.' ; 48 Collegia in 18 States. International rt-pu'ot: '.
.....,.... Typewritlac. PrimiBtklts Kncllbb. spell .bl hmetle Lottef! L..l..s
We promptly obtaln U. B, cad Moreig nI hia wit, says Rowland Gray in the troubled with ebrortlo constipation !- ,. Uw ntEB nxlllmrr branek.. boodPOSlflONSfaUAKANTEELruitdttreasonableconctii.: n. .
If are' :
CenturY. The tc'rriblve1'diett' as toa you Boolduiep"' Bookkeepers all over I Horn. Study. T/tousatn/s ot iartktShmhjuadl rah
the DlncS'and genie effect of Cham- the United States lay that Draughon' I tars bookkeepers, and .fI 1tOc1"f'G'rrf : uNewBpstemolHookkeepind
I '' certain "Hamlet" whose impersonator erlaia' Tablets make them eipeoiall ; '+ g rhlrl : good positions u thu ,Jt" ,,,J J -
AI unwisely asked him to be' ,,suited!\ tu 01 or sale At.P.! 23tNcArtiorkdntlveorrp'. takingDr&yl'on'sHome ".". .
I .' ... candid is historical. ..... -..- 1. Adv. Practically all U., S.-oflkCATALOGU' T"For iTTjewTfl1iSw! :'-, 'J
I <'Bend model,,tut j'i'cr-VI I otu tliL .i>tloDIor "Funny, niy .&4r "felliow: -funny1 lal court reporters write the System df BY MAIL, write'JNO F.. llaptcr; :. >;>,
I <'f tin t> l"" UihI J ly.. Tot free book < j o'j ShorthandT' Dratjarhon Colleges teach. President, Nathvltl! Tinri. For >> .' i' "
,I Uo",5O" ic"<:uel l h"dr.tlHI J" Z-t": ,...v. ePareut.R HK wdc.I to. without being vulgar." 1 RING. IN OLD TREE. Vhyf Because they know It It/M 6 st. aloguo on course ATCOI.U.i*4i, wlOKAUGHON'S a
"': remark about another conceited'player 1
Was made 'to' a very limited t Walking* fit the wood near LlrIngstoA1 Jaek.oovi lw Atlanta, Gs.. or Mo ''U of Mdnrg'"T--"- "'- _.
audience: } N.:' J.:-,'' two* young farmers!
"Poor J He" has all the came upon an old tree which had ,, . '.' . .
j Opposite U. S. Patent Office j faults of an actor without the excuse'' been' split Iri' half by lightning.. /

WASHINGTON D. C. J of being one" I mOe'examining'the tree tho youth .
I :. Neat Printing :
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A word was enough He described'a iditfIurpH rleitt epe'aditflething'gli'af'
I tenlng'in'' the1 wood. With difficulty 0
H..TTw sweet'old woman; all sloping some +
I *:: : shoulders and Honiton lace, aa "be '., .thfey' succeeded digging ouf I ,; Creates aS good imprcssiofi :

....--- longing to' the early keepsake pe a' gold baild wedding ring?' The cir : C't\ *

riod." Another who was being rid' clef bore flitf nwcriptlon "To: Julia among our correspondentsand

Barber Shop. iculed for the hideous Middlesex' ad-! Henderson from John\ Ma"y 17; I to give business }
helps your'
1879. 1C IB flioughf: that yil
cent, which converted bad weather some .. .
.vvrv.,..,eanvT. -
: vwse itor lost the -
into a "voil d'y," was gravely defended ring many year age : I prestige.' ,.'
I N. CALLAHAN. Propr. by him:' "She ia of ancient when the tree was but a sapling and'

\ I have just opened a' barbershop lineage;: for it u eVident.lI11e' is: descended -* that became' imbedded in the :' 'We. do Neat Printingat"'Reasonable ? "
from the' Twanglo-SaxonB/ i
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in the Dekle old building, on .
I Of a stout matron in society hen re Prices. '. .I
of First Nat. Bank, ?
corner: west ,
I marked: "I like Mrs. A-, I 'yn

I and will appreciate a share of prefer a woman to be as long a&she The Learned Counsel Yes", the ,, \ Banner Joto Off1 'e. '

your barbering trade. I guarantee is broad. Rallied for his admiration constitution certainly forbids cruet \. f'

\ to give you satisfaction', of several' beauties at once; lie and unusual ,punishments. .. . .

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Holr Cut 2Be. to'be true," which waff unanswerable.COULD1 din rock pile sentence of mine? It ,

.. sure is cruel to put me towork, Physicians l Adviserrcrai ::1. t
: rCIIOUT!! FOB JOT. 'cause work is de most unusual'':' thing :J;

R. F. SCARLETT;' 1 want to thank yon from the bottom of dat could' happen' to me. New the food from cettfnglntoyou.a goodlaxauye to IysteDl keep:the Bowels open and prevent the poisons of uridigescM

my heart; Wifeto IT li Ruder* of LewUbtirgV. York Globe. The latest product 0' sdenZe' Is VELV'laxative Uyer Syrup, purelY vegetable. gentle
Notary Public. \ Va. for the wonderful benefit 1 from reDa.ble' and of a 1etU8nt atomatJc tste. acts on the liver as well as on.the
lUectrloBltiersja curing<<; me of both. a' severe End efficacy In c dStipatlol'J;Uldlgeltloo,
I Handled.. case of stomach trouble and of rheum- A n *Uncle of muscular etc. Try >PI
Real atlsnt from which 1 bad; been an almost rheumatism In bU sbnaldef.'friend
Collect'(} c.ia1ty.. helpless sufferer for ten years. It suited. advised him to gn to Hot Bprinjy.' Tbnm".Dt
.. .! first my ease as thougtt made r/me. For dyepepela an expense of IJ O.OO or motes Besoutbtor LAXATIVE
:( : .". 'Office' Bank. .Indigestion,jaundice and to rid the rf quicker ana' cneaper way td V [
J system of kidney poison that causes rbeam.atlsnl care it aDd round It la CbumberlalHrf LJnl->
Work is,work if you are paid Electrlb't'ntets!: bade no superior. rued.Tbred, dnys after the ant *tpllcaU6rfo -

, '" to do it; it i is pleasure when' you Try them, every bottle la auaranReed'to satIT this liniment be was well. r"oK sale (WED SYRUP
pay lobe allowed' to do it. 111 .-,O61yjX!).'at S leOeaobjr. Adv. bY All Ileators.; "Adv.rfr ,

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=(.. THE 'BANidER.Vharsh : 'HIS TOMB AMID THE J "

-,'. ,.' ... Am Well"
Chat.aubrlandBurl.d at St. T
...: Directory.U. Where. Grave N Covered by 'j
II I' :B. CJuu'ch..80uth.-Prer.chlnl.very at High Tide. Mrs. JL R. Barker \
s t and *rd Suna., at 11 .. m. and 8 p. m. ,
Ii 1.. U.CIa.p eUe, Pastor.S.bbath Ky., "and can do
':":- School 10 a. m. W. N. Sheats, Americans by the thousand ,
i housework. For
I' Superintendent.Prayer my
,',::' Meeting Thursday nights. Mont St. Michel every year,
I suffered with such
,7' Young Men's prayer meeting TIMnights. .aa) explore the famous old \
f :tld rt; ICverybody cQrdl.I1J Int'a. I could scarcely
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: and feast on the renowned PRIJ\T" y'ING
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''" of :Madame Poularde on my feet. After
I Baptist Church-Preachlr .1. and
f' and 4th. Sunday. Eev. BartSabbath \" them different doctors had
tarry en route at St. .
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School 10 a. m., Ih/k,1 '' .
.'J-t. Superlnteneent. gay watering place on thE to help me, I gave ,"
I trod tj,: ': Prayer Meeting Wednesu-y .. * coast whose is trial I set "
)'._\.'. grim past a ..
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by the fortifications by which 1'\ "
I a new woman.

.., ;i.r';:' Office hou......loftl.,1 1:30 7:00 t1 m.;, except begirt. Creates a good impression -;_:";, "(t'\h\ ,< ';.". :

.it. .... SnndayLj Chateaubriand, the '
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.\ 1:", East-bound mall closes at 10:20 a.m French romanticism, is buried ;; among your correspondents '-"I"" .: f''" ':'." .
Westbound mall closes at'8:30 < ..
; ..; ;; p.m. Malo, and no true American :
.. \:: Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 m. and help's'1'to :' ':-"
", and leaves on arrival of the east bound seer fails to pay a visit to his ,

'{" .."1" .man.s I nameless, which, at high tide, give your business': .: ;. I .
.:, Sunday hours 11:30'm.., to 12:80 p. m., I ered by the sea. Now Woman's Tonic :;: : .
Money Ord..I.lOoo at all hours when .'
i. : :' ". office Is open, except Sundays. maitre, in a new work on "the woman's Health de prestige.. 'j. *: < ;" "

;; J .P HCUEbL. P. M egoist," as he calls so much upon her S. ; .- .i }' .:" 1.r' .

:., Oar Clubbing i.lit.; the'mayor tells how the of Malo bargained for the .organs, that the S :t.' .;-. ":'. r' j5 wy : ,; r .'

i trouble there affects :: ;
BAVXKB and Semi-weekly Atlanta of a rock whereon to plant his "
; : Journal, year$1.75. x whole It Is
per system. PrintiaAt
: .' BAVHKB and Thriceweek New York which he stipulated was' to I little things that count We Do Neat g:

:' World, per year, 91.05. simple stone with a cross, I Ia -1
BAXXBB and Semi-weekly Tlmes-Un- name, amidst the waves. woman's life and Prices:: -
n and Citizen, per year, fl.SO.! bent," says Chateaubriand's If you suffer from -Reasonable !

'1.1/1 B.B/ and Home and Farm, per year biographer, "on astonishing of the aches and|

world, even when he could no due to womanly 1 -.,
be by to enjoy the effect. take Cardul at ..".. \.. '.-.
I General..Dlrectory.tiTAT& was vanity in.his very and avoid more seri ., ,-.i'; :

OFFICIALS.! troubles. We urge ., Give us your next. order ,?* .' :. '

Qo..rnor-Alber Secretary of State W.-11.Gllchrlst.Clay Crawford.UorB.J to try it. Begin today. ', and. we will give you per., .:,", Jt1::' '
"The sent here this ,
you \
Park'Tr.mmelJ. .
General- ,
ing bit at us and 4hen ran feet satisfaction thuso., f '
Com Agriculture-W. A, McKao. "He ..
Treasurer-J. O. Iiunlnir. making one of our :'+
you : ,
Hap Public Instruction-. hollows would show a case of, snap and EXPERT OPINION '. .,.L.: 'j '.. xi,.r'
,. regular customers. ,i 1ff ;
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:,, 'ColDp lJer-Wm V. Knott.. -: .. ...c.....,'.,' ,. v.._:.'M1:<>>I&: 'ii."*s
".1 t/i"/:" Supreme Court-Thos. M. Shackleford: "I think a woman ought to 't' ? :. ,1- -;" &.i # '
r, Chief Justices M. H. Mabry. (..Jer.r.hji. ......;.: ," : f. .,..,... ;;-
her clothes "
match her means. .. 5 ,' ,;....;u"' ..,..
Ballroad Commission-R. Hudson Burr, .
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!)ear Are ; '
4., ,i;' Chairman; R. (.J. Dunn, Clerk. me your :' : 'i -
Judge ninth circuit-W. H.r narrow as that? THE: .
'..;:\<,. ib.l, judicial -- ..
Price. Marlanna e S
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11 : t State Solicitor ninth judicial. circuit- We wish to call your attention to '-- -- -,
j ,i L.. Wllion. tact most Infectious diseases such as '
ft'" plnfc'cough, dlptberla and suarlet
contracted wnen the child bas cold.
: borlaln Coagh Remedy will quickly
1 Id. S.Chubb, Register Gainesville, Fla: oold und greatly lessen the danger
> Shields Warren, Receiver, Gainesville. tractlng these diseases Tola '!
f lr mous for Its cures ot colds. It bon .d. 9i hipley, Fla. -

WASHINGTON COUNTY'OFFICERS. opium or other nanotlo and may be
to cbtld- with Implicit confidence. -t -
Circuit Clerk-W; C. Lockey, Vernon. All I'"
r'r' s, County Jndge-O. Crocker Vernon by Dealers, I=,,,,. . *
: Sherlff-4. G. Allen, Chlpley.,, FAMILY "Adv."I I I '! ,
t OF GREAT B. Tiller,, Vernon.
sax AI"18or-J..f. Williams, Chipley.r -
Tax CoU.ctor-\V. B. Gainer Kconnna.SupL : Admiral Sir Archibald -Now we're engaged. High Class Saw Mill Machinery.
Public Instruction-B. F Gainer,. Milne, ,the English we
:'tV: ,;a. Wauiaa.Supervisor. '' chief in the Mediterranean: -Search me. Waif I We carry at our new warehouse, 408
of Registration J; M. third generation in his family and ask my big brudder. and 410 East Bay St., a large stock of
"-,+' Simmons, Greenhead. .. Portable and Stationary Engines; Lo-
Count flollcltor. A: D. (Carmichael, tain a high naval rank His. comotive and Horizontal Return Flue
Chlpley.; '. father was Sir David Milne, have A bllllous nttuok dive Boilers; Saw-Mills, Planers, Edgers,
: a trial. They are ex L Saws, Belting and Mill Supplies; also
with his
County Surveyor'-Thos. 'Jolllns) Cary- career began sale by All Dealers. Adv. I > engine and sawmill repairs. We also
vllle, Via. in the relief of Gibraltar handle the celebrated line of HUSTLER -
,. County Commissioners: the close of the eighteenth I TAYLOR. VANCE. AMRER-
y' -,; J.T. Hlghtower. Chairman Vernon. The present commander's OF SHERIDAN. 1C AN 'and DELOACH Saw Mill,
A. C.Gilbert Chlpley.
I ; was himself commander- SOUTHERN Engines and Boilers, PERKINS Shingle Mill Machinery.. Special
:, '"..f S. U Davis;Wausau. the Mediterranean station and Sheridan was in distress in Stave Machinery for Turpentine Plant. "
; : :-LjJ.H. Porter Mill vllle. '' one of his recourses was Large stock carried for immediate Shipment. Get our prices betore,buying:
'-t. ]'., P. 1'. Gnnn Santa 1,osa. mately was made an admiral We can save you money. A postal will bring our Traveler.
1 r" -: '" School Board I fleet. Sir Archibald has been for the fugitive pub Write for literature covering;your special requirements.

'_ : --O.-B. Bush-Chairman, Orange II IIIstr'lhy navy since he was fourteen, of the day, in which he was JVfalstoy AlocHlner-y .Co.MO .
?' S. J Gainer. St. Andrew,... assisted by his wife, and
;,. t en ? 4O8 6t B. lay St.Dlvtono.
'J A'YWIrO., Raei.XSrAO"! '+'. owye. : *--aiter his-entrance intc .Jacksonville: .or'dft.
ment on landhaving been Long Telephone No.. &7.4Here's ;
r- 'of politics hewas heard
in the Zulu war while acting elf
CBIPLEY CltY1' OFFICIALS! aside-de-camp to Lord :) "if he had stuck to the ,
Mayor-A. D. Campbell. he should have done '.

,,; Marshal Clerk and-John Tre.urer-W.'Roperts' ,;W.. Cook. AVOIDINO.OBSCURITY."Tour as his friend Tom Erskine, a Good Slogan'fot
he "I had tim .
Council-W. O. Butler, Jr. chairman, no
\1 A. D. Carmichael l. A., A. Myers, C. E. \ .constituents are studies. and Better Business.DON'T
'. TJiup..f. B,McGeachy, '. you' for a lot of legislation Sheridan and 'myself were a Bigger .

; i-' -- t.J. : r er had anything to do"with I" to keep writing for oui ".11.-;' .

1 '- Let, 'em alone," replied "or shoulder of mutton; oth '

. Sorghum. "Taking the should have had no din. BLOCK THE WAY!

., .TeBanner things he never did has made ; of his friends, with >\:. .," ..., (j'/.
.. eeem more important than he conversed thus, wittily re- -- Move '
as fast as the procession-o'r move'out."Take.., the<
was!' I perceive it. was a of'the '
v- in make ,..way"rtfor..tbeGmanbehind.
pace company- you are or
Chipley! Fla. 1 .
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.::: : Stanls for the UpbuMnr of you spare the time Don't ideas':
f ', hour's talky""Certainly \ plot exists between II v* stand-in- the :way of new. .:.. Don't pause In the

/ CHipley, My wife has' Dr.. to King's cause distress New Life by I Ills refusing; and path of better system. Don't settle down on tbe ladder of

.; t J "* .me.'she'd be ready,: in a of your system. They gent success., Don't be a barnacle on the'ship of pregress.Chanffe'meaas :'

.... >:,..tW..hln'gton COunty 'action.of stomach,liver and
r:'. : ., : ", ; ', ,;;' ,, "USUAL CbURSC.' .- I owe!"and restore your health
f '. Floridan. :, 25o at 8 E McUeub) proeress. Progressjtneans' advancement
: And .} ., .JA"' sneak'thief grabbed Adv. .

.: .of in'the hall. I Advancement -
; carpet 6O YEARS' means movement. MOVE!

I ; j :. Subscription '$1(4-.Per Year r. r..-VWhat': happened ?" EXPERIENCE
?;:.:-Then he beat it." .
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.' "',:.Jwa fluke a spedal1yot "' "" 'a'a ,/(| "" DRIVES OFF A TBUUUB. I

't" Abe chIef executioner: of ae th In --
;:' : Neat > ter sad sprint months 'Is; ;;
advance agent are oolds sod grip; A
I i Artistic ; attack of these maladies no time I COPYRIGHTS Leo .
1 : lost In taking the best medicine ndlng'. s afcttlrtt and deoorlptlort l alp Notary Public.State at, L rKe. at Law
onr ilnhm. free wbatlier a. '
Commercial,Printing to drive it oS'. .Ccuatlesa tbovsanda, I..prubabyp ,t.hl I Coaimunlnt.onadantujTllANn't'inir" t11r.Coileetlons a Specialty; .
,. All business .
P.-g entrusted to
}Fi; band this to be Dr. King's Mew .>la lee0'f or_"n.JIt'4IDtL ChIpley, FinD

:... J,. ,'.) :; r MX having AUkband pneumonia dwieve.It:; lhrec bas or tour kept I[ taken..*,wIlhoa..hares tbroaah lIaUD,AD Ute. to, reoslse my care will have my.prompt

w. PUV; BawtnovUle ntiflt JlIt1 rlta.> attention. Fees
Mrs. Gee reasdnable.Can .
The Banner for coughs, colds and croup we have ,.matlt.eoI ......,,.. ,..........elty J J.- J ONES. '

; ,; .... .. foutad,its equ":. auaranteed'fbr aU month.uty ,tL:=: \n.w.deai T.rms.taa o, be found at Post Office, .' -.
;rtes A, ; Fc 4 y; ClfipleyUFla. ,,, ,,: ohalt factions.. rrloeBOoaadft. -', ; tr Cot. New York 5-. '. 5 .' "AUorn.7. .Law.
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,- WjMjJrt : 'RING'S QUEER ANTICS r:........................: 4

When you feel dull out of sort. discouraged ..
half sick and everything seams to be going '
wrong, you can blame It on your liver. It Is EXPERIMENT THAT RAISED IN- Wire Fence.
torpid. You need :

'I' Nobody, as Yet Has Be.n Able to Ao- s I
oount, for the Strange Convolutions
Medicine of Power in J
.of the Wedding Ring- ,

All Liver Disorders. Try for Yourself. 30. .

When the liver Is torpid It throws Impurities Into the system .j
which hamper every organ in the body. The result la that func This la a mystery of the wedding 4' I

tional processes are not properly carried on. Impurities get Into ring. Can you solve ItT Nobody, a* bl ,'. ,
the blood the stomach is bilious the kidneys weak and' the yet, has been able to aocount-for It*'
bowels .Irregular-generally constipated. Herblne clears out all strange convolutions, but maybe you 4 + \x
G .these Impurities opens up the obstructed channels, strengthens will be more clever. 4 I Ia .
the torpid liver; cleanse the blood ,
purifies and regulates -the 1 What makes the wedding ring I.
bowels. After the 'system has been thus overhauled, there Is an
immediate improvement. Appetite returns digestion is good, swing
spirits rise the mInd clears of gloomy forebodings and everything the Why does It swing one way for'a ---...- ---,-... ... .........._--_.- -- -
looks bright and cheerful which means sound, healthy conditions man, and quite another way for a '
everywhere: in the bodf woman M ;
Price 50c per Bottle. Is It the difference In what wise men I Just a word Farmers and Fence Builders: <|

JAMES f. BALLARD PROPRIETOR ST. LOUIS MO. call "allra'" And a well-known Lon-

don doctor has recently demonstratedthat made for 'Car'Loads' OH
<& Having 'a deal Ten
p, To core Snuurtlna .ETb! .Il., Sore Eves or Weak Sight rue the aura of the male and female
Stephen* Ere Salve.

differ Wedding widely.rings often make the people of the Best American Steel Wire Fence, we :
who wear them, and even other persons
UKUGG1STS. .."..= .", behave in the most unaccountable t ,:! are in position to make you better prices f?
y manner but few of us have ever w'

Seen a wedding ring Itself Indulge In than ever before.
W. U. MILTON, M. L.DEKLE" F. M. GOLSON. !mysterious performances' ;j :

President.VlcePresldeut, Cashier. And this Is not a trick. Rememberthat.
1 & Be sure you see us 'before buying 'wire
First National Bank. It Is a scientific experiment, illustratIng -'
the laws of physics, physiology or elsewhere. It means money saved. || '

it the way to go about It:
Take a silver fork and place it before I
Capital $50,000.00 you on a polished wooden table. hI Chipley Hdw. Co. '

The fork should be at right angles
i Solicits Accounts of BanksCorporations,'Firms. ana Individuals.Our from your body, with the handle near j: e

twenty years experience; In the'banking business enables us to offer' eat you. I! .......................G.eUNIVERSITY
you the best banking facilities'of any bank in West P.orlcla. We also have a Seat yourself at the table. Tie a
fully equipped Savings'Department in which we pay interest on deposits. Accounts piece of light string about fifteen I
by mail handled as easily a* by personal Interview
Inches la length to a plain gold wed
Send us your business. ding ring. After the wedding ring, OF FLORIDA. Florida State'College For Women

F, M. GOLSON, Cashier. baa been tied to the extreme end of GAINESVILLE TALLAHASSEE

the string wrap the other end of the Superior But Inexpensive Institution for College Arts and Sciences. 'Normal'School,
string three times around the first ,i I Florida Young Men. School of Music.School of Art. School ,o( Expression
1 rsiswBarjjer HOW MONEY IS 'DE OYEO !Joint of the first finger on the right I I Four coheres: agricultural! experiment station First, School class Home equipment Economics.throughout Tuition
.... .. hand. I'' University. extension. 46 professor and asslstants. /.-. Other expanse'year. very low. For Information
\ 80 per cent Increase In attendance last :
R90w0 \ Hold the string in around the a dd'-
place Attractive buildings and campus. For '
Various Process Were Tried t1
on first finger with the ball of the thumb catalogue.dd"'... A. A.MURPIttEE.PrtiUcsl. EDWARD CONRADI Preildint. .'
Bank Notes by the German Im- I I
of the same hand. Place your right .
Shop. rial Ip Prlnt. .
? elbow on the table beside the fork, I
.. '
....,- A* "the great;;>- difficulty which most with the forearm in a vertical position, !I Graphophone Free !
in and permit your hand to drop at aright
people meet with regard to bank
T.'H.; CALLAHAN. Propr. angle from the wrist. This allows I
notes Is that of being able to keep I
the string with the wedding ring
them It will probably come as a surprise
I bave just opened a barber attached to hang directly over. the
to many to learn there are yet fork. Not a Piano, not an Automobile, ;
shop in the Dekleold building:, on others for whom the difficulty Is howto
The ring must be suspended about But a Graphophone Free by the :
corner west of First Nat. Bank, get r4 of them. The difficulties en. ''I
one-quarter of an inch above the fork.
tailed In such
and will appreciate a share of well Illustrated destroying In a very Interesting paper are and as nearly as possible at its cen- I Chipley Furniture Company.: 'p

your barbering trade. I guarantee article upon paper destruction by the
ter.Place ,
: Ticket with each Cash Purchase |
to give ytfu satisfaction.Htve German Imperial printers, the Kansas your left band flat and palm I given -,
downward the table beside the of with i .
City Journal say. upon $1, or every '
,.. flOc. The methods previously availablewere fork. Do your beat to keep your hand I $1 paid on account. V ,
Hair Cut, S&c. three-burning, boiling and pulp. steady, and thus prevent the string
ing. In the first process It bas been with the attached wedding ring from Call at Store for Pa..tlcutors.'f'I Ir

found that where swinging. In spite of your efforts, you
even a special furnace :
R. F. SCARLETT has been used It has not InfreQuently will find that the' wedding ring moves.If I Be sure to get your Ticket. ,

happened that while the outer a man Is boldtng the string the '
parts of packets were destroyed some wedding ring will commence slowly to Chipley Furniture Co.; '
Notary Public. of the contents'w re"not even singed sway back and forth along the fork.

In the case of.stamped or'gummed paper If 'a woman holds the string, the ring st

Real Estate HandJed.Collections the matter was still worse, for the sways across the fork. With some I .
a specialty. packets baked together Into solid' people the movement is slight, while FARQUHAR MACHINERY CO. i ii

blocks, the Interiors of which were with others it Is marked, but at all i 43. E. Day Street {: ....
Office hi First National Bank. Quite intact.In times it Is unmistakable.Now i .'
the curious If
second process the paper for here's the most part.

et- tt wls, aA st destruction Is placed In iron boilers; a woman Is holding the string when Largest-stock of If ..fiiricry
lye Is added and the contents then subjected the movement across the fork has
to the prolonged action of once been firmly established, let a in Florida for saw mills and

team. As a destructive process for man place his right hand firmly upon planing mills.EARQUHAR.
AdvertiseIn mall.quantities this is quite effectual. her left hand which rests upon the ta- .'

*s is also that of pulping, a process ble. The ring will be seen slowly to MACHINERY

In which the paper is out i '-' ..' o Its cross movement and alter. a.euU'lUi IrSiJsieCD built for 57 year.
Ing knives In water. I \' *
local If Uibllofl 'r >Sjp5SHisjfflMtepms HSj *
paper In both of thrs_.?,.. & e Is,how- versed. The ring will swing the length more built today t lat any oth
ever, another difficulty-that of dl$po.- of the ''
fork.A .
Let tell .
You want results now er. us you why.
.Ing of the product. It cannot easily
I be sold, it will not pay to transportand similar change of movement will Send for catalog and price.
a occur In the.event cf a man holding'the ,
on hand the sodden, stodgy mass .
string while woman places he I ,
quickly goes bad. right hand I '
over his left hand.
a The advertising columns J The German imperial printers therefore Can CY.J0tIC10C ... 'r, e", whGi.r1
decided to you account"for this mysterious i
try a new
a are of absorbing D it up dry. To this end they installed -- cago behavior Tribune.of the wedding" rlngT-Chi1:1(| An All Year Round Gift. ., .
a forty horse mill, which
q interest in this .. I
by a process of hurling, crushing and \
-' ,age. Tberetbe public B tearing reduces the paper to an almost :r A Victor Talking Machine or Yictrola. ,

powderllke form, In it
which passes '

i finds what it needs. D through a sieve into a collecting cham- $10 to $250. Re-cords'60c.andup., .p
ber beneath the mill ready for packing llMlif
Moreover, that -enabr D 1'/\ We are State distributors and have largest stock. in Florida +

u Thin, however, was accompanied bya "' Send: for catalog. Prompt Bblpment.

ij J Ics your publisher to very objectionable feature, especially Excursion fares From J A. GOOD AGENT WANTED IN YOUR TOWN.

/ give you a better pa- 1- when dealing with gummed paper in VICTOR TALKING MACHINE CO.
the grinding. Such a dust was created CHipley, Plo >X

per. It gives your that though the workmen engaged -TO- 45 ;West Forsyth St. vlaclcssonvli'le, R'la.'j
wore protectors, It yet persistently
community a better filled and blocked their eyes and nos Colombia S. C. and Return, $13.55. -- ...

Account Fifth National Corn Exposition' .. ---
standing with the rea- trils.As the work of packing was on this Dates of !!sale January 20, 23; 25,'87, 81, "''.r ,... '
Feby. 3, 6 & Return 4t/00a0000p 000a700000000000000000000000011'0000000
71913. limit, Feby,
account: not only unhealthy, unwillingly ,
ders. 12:, 1SH3 with privilege of extension to 'J" "'*rmn
performed and also uneconomical, April 13, JSU3, upon deposit of ticket and i. Mill Men and. Manufacturers ::1"I
3 efforts were made to find some me- payment of$1 on or before Feby. 12, 1913. ...,.... '
chanical means of doing It. Difficulty J. D. NEPPER; Ticket Agent. ? > '
after difficulty arose. J. W. LURTON, D. P. A, -
Sooner or later result Among such may be mentioned thata I :

spiral feeder having been devised it T. 'R.Thompson:: ) Son & Co. :j

.will be forthcomings was found form that into the balls paper solid would as blocksof sometimes Satsuma Oranges ,.

wood which defied the efforts to Grapefruit Pecan and all other Boiler MakerisT;Tank and Sheet Iron Workers, >
Advertise move them by the 20 hone porrer mo _

tor.The Imperial printers, therefore are Fruit! and Ornamental Trees. For all kinds ofB>ile :and Sheet Iron Work. a I

t now to be congratulated upon possessing Write for our new illustratedcatalog' Special adprompt.attention iven to repair work. Esi: i

s i a machine perfect In its kind. It ti mates on any kind': of material or work \
wA>1D at .
_. takes the paper grinds It up to any puce.Saibara gladly furnishedfon request. .
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size desired and bags It. Nurseries YOUR PATRON AGE. SOLICITED.
Finally, though the paper in this ,
Quilting Lines.In form fetches but little on account of T. R., Thorapsbn Son & Co.
quilting it Is not the easiest thingin 156 St. Francist Street, ,, ;
Its consequent shortness of fiber, he "*
to straight lines. ?. O.., Box 30
the world get .' .
off the Initial :
not only paying .
mill is yet P. O. Box 802, .
Therefore when buying the material' ?
j I outlay, but is also saving some I : : BAINuRiDG
tf) cover a quilt select such a designas aid '
|>80 a year in workmen's wages. Mobile, Ales, .
willanswer for the-lines. .... ...ococc ix oca

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D. W McLeod 6f Marianna, is Ed Barfield was up from Ma- .. 't'
"" : ] Personal. -.JI hi here this week the guest of his com and spent Christmas wit ,t ,.,.
I'k 1.1<,,', .,, brother J. C' McLeod. homefolks.W. MOST 1 "

Schedule of Miss Frankie Langston, who II. Owens Jr. of Gateswoo* ,, .
.'" is teaching at St. Andrew came Ala., is spending. the holidays :' q' .. ,
',' B. C. 63: Qt. A.. Railroad. home to spend Christmas.. with relatives here. ANY ;_- :;f.r '. ,

., -: Effectha March U. 1912. J. R. Wells of Panama City, Anton Adamer and wife of Ma-' ', ',;:' '. : I Vol. ,C? ,

Train No. 1 station Tra.IDNo. 8 was the guest of relatives here : rianna came over and spent the< ; .
8oo h. North. BANK '
'.01. Lv.11ooa.m.UotnR Chipley Going lIoo': .m..Ar. Saturday night and Sunday. holidays with Mrs. Adamer's .

"-'<'", "" 11:83 11:09 p.m.a.m. Greenbead Wausau 4:27 4:00:: p.m.p.m. "" Nix Daniel who is a student at mother. ., ,.t, _' .... .' ,. .,' ,.;.. ..;f: -I' :' ; .':,. ::'.:. 1 '".

',' "" 18:06: p.m. Rlver.Ide 8:12 8M p.m. "" Washington and Lee University, Mrs. Paul Carter of Marianna ,I-:- of 0;:", ." ,: ..!." :.......; -" .
32:49: p.m. Vicksburg home for the holidays.C. two last week ,' :;( '- ;1.-::, : .' : .
:,; Ar. 1:00 p.m. Southport. 8:00: p.m. Lv. as at was here a day or '
the guest of her. sister Miss Can baiidle .dour bl siuess'after;: a fasbion'(."wben'. :. ': ,
B. Dunn of the : "
president Anis Home. : .
\ B. Tiller of Cottondale State Bank .Fri- I ,
Dr. O. Chipley spent ':times are Jood; and money'easy.' When. tithes. l'J ware : '.
., : was in town Saturday. day in Pensacola business. Miss Laura Mae Pender is at .' .' :I ,, ""' "" '" '(.\ '
student at home trom Tallahassee., where tight feelilthe, :' >';;;,; "'I"r'" ': s1.'.,
Allen made a trip to the Alex Campbell a she is attending school, to spend bar and money you l ,.{ OUR
the State University at Gaines or _r. '" ,: t ,!!4..0:; ROLE
bay on official business Friday. the holidays. ; '. ... ,
f'Sheriff ville, is at home for the holidays. '
,:. ;:'needof a business cohnectton with a' : :
Joe Williams several Miss Lucile Collins student :
a ::1',
Editor Stokes of the Grace villa 3'
f Vii'; days on West Bay on business", in the State College at Tallahassee ,,;' fJf1jt' E
in the t
Advertiser city a 1
last week.. was is at home with her motherfor Big: Strong and' .Reliable .Bank :
<< short while Thursday.Miss the holidays., .," :

''i, Deputy Sheriff J. W.. Williams Birtha Daniel, a studentat Mrs. J. O. Kinard and little Do .Y br' banking' business and D'ke' your' c e.diJ'; '.,. ,
went to the Bay Sunday after Belmont Colleg, Nashville, : 'o"
daughter of Atlanta Ga., were '
,: :
some prisoners. Tenn., is at home for the holi the guest of friends here a day Jood'with; the strongest. Bank in ,'1' .',. .,.....! ..,<" ,:'):.;"'iI.
days. ," ''' '. 1'", 60
Prot. J. R. Pumphrey, principal :or two last week. .: ,: ; : : t ,: "i' .

p of the school at Duncan was Leslie Alford, .a student in a Miss Inez Barrett left last wed : Washington County, ,j.It: 1
; tOoovQ
North Carolina college is at home ...
in town Saturday.B. ''
Ga. where she -
for[ Brunswick < ," ;'f',
vacation .
spending trc holiday
B. F. Swindle a prosperous far- period. is spending the holiday season ,..;',,',
mer of the Duncan section was with her brother. I "":\,.?'
The First National Bank j OO 3 .Np
in town Saturday. Miss Ethel White left Mondayfor : : ,
points in Alabama to spend Julian Wilson of. Gainesville, ii .':::

Misses Vivian and Lucy Daniel the holidays with relatives and was here several days last week of ChipeJ] ,";.f'It' Pure Cid
students in Palmer College, friends. the guest of his father. Dr.' F; C. '. ; ,,:':':: f:'
.DeFuniak, is at home for the hol j Wilson, and family.Don't' i P.' '.' Nuts.
idays. Miss Joe Mizell of Enterprise, :
Ala., is here this week the guest you need some good roof t. : ,, '.,.: I ..Material
James Farrior, who has been of Mrs. Carey Home, and other paint? See the Banner man aboutit. .. .............. I..It..II..It.I.II.I., .. ......,..".II. ;'. ,'.: ..Shrede
We have hundred -
m Sumter county for two a gallon '
y years friends.A ,;. .
was here on a. visit to relatives wedding of much interest, to sell at half price. .........,......; ...... '.. ..". .....,..,..... ."....... :',. Seede
this week.J. ,.,.
The Chrittmas tree given at i ,
though a very quiet affair, will Curra
T. Gilbert of Orange Hill, occur this morning at 10 oclock, the Baptist church Christmas Take Notice '
who the J. and Mrs. evening' by the Sunday school, Figs.
recently purchased W. when Judge D. Jones!! ,
1 L. Farri or residece on nortn O. L. Daniel will be united in was a spendid succeas. .,

Sixth street, is now occupying marriage. The will leave on the Victoria Coleman of Plant City From this date henceforth, we will run our

r his new home. morning train fora triptoTam'pa is spending the holidays here the< ... rmarket; business on a strictly ... '

-,.. guest of her:'college chum, Miss. ,! I CASH' BASIS. ,, : :'.-.,:,::';... .':"
Laura, Mae Pender. : ; .
7' \\00 ..,:,:: :, :' .
DrT Ambus Wells! came' home* ;. t Wh r..A\1 send to the !market for meat, send' the '0 Boat
from Atlanta, Ga., to spend the< .
5 THank You : holiday season, and to take the< money alsd,.'sji you order by Phone, have the change, : TheRl
H second degree in Masonry.! ready for the delivery boy. Don't fosget; f his! a'' have mai

Mrs. R. D. Shrivalle of Guado- .' \ -Tiller &
t We thank) our friends for the magnifi : lope, Mexico is here to spend I. 'Phone 173. Wells Se Sfiarron. '-i boat in col

the holiday season with her : .t ..
par- .:
cent business the few train, and
given during .
us ents, Mr. and Mrs, S. A. Alford. .".
months, we have been in business especially Misses Kate and Lottie Alford --- .

students at Palmer College, De Attention. I Residence For Sale. ,>
during the holidays., .: Funiak, are at home for the hola- I :
Those who are interested ill. I offer my house and lot..corner ;
days much to the pleasure of ,1 i
,We hope you had a Merry Christmas, ; their friends. the GRAPHOPHONE DRAW- 6th and Jackson streets for. ,-sale' .

and that the NeW Year will bring to you : ING at the store of the. Chipley''but if not sdld by Dec. 25th it
Bert Davis is at home from '
Furniture Co., requested to,| will be withdrawn from the' mar-
Gainesville where he is a studentin '
:: and yours much happiness and. prosperity. f the State University to spend be present on next Saturday, the I for one year; as I 'will. then Goir

Your friends, the holidays with his parents and 28th inst., at.2 o'clock''p. M. If rent it. '; in wait!

among his friends. lose the C. G. ALLEN.'ket .
not present you may \J .
.. ... ,..... ,;' there
Williams &, Helton.dofTfiaiikFr Boyd Cox, a student in the graphophone. So be on hand .at .''

.. State University at Gainesville, hour named. Velvet Beans Wanted. .,:.. ,

passed through town Friday en- CKEPLEY' FURNITURE Co. '
;i route to his home at Vernon to .. I am in the market for the purchase D
of matured velvet beansiii .
spend the holidays. :
Get it fresh at SCHELL'S.Fresb .
the hull. Will the best '
pay tmar-
Miss Lucile Jordan one of the Crackers at'SCHELL'SSee ket price in cash for all matured : Will be]
teachers in Palmer College at ,: : :
DeFuniak came home to spend Harvey &Gardner for your i beans in the hull, brought me.;; :"' .;-, r ,., ? office tbl

the holiday vacation with her groceries. E. N. DEKLE. uary, 1

mother, Mrs. F. C. Wilson*;fVrtel ; ,. ':.'- examic
Butter and Cheese '
n ne. See bCHELL for Feed. -
,3 :'L; U of rnc"W'\ a.., LL'S. ." '/ J; ..

v4'i ling with friends Satutuay. Un- f; Magazines SCHELL'S., ...-::1 *:.?".: 1:
cle Perry tells us be has leased OYSTERS. Get'em from -: .' ; .. _

The Chipley Furniture.Company his farm;and expects to 'soon go Harvey & Gardner. Get one of those new bats /at '"*.
to Mississippi for a lengthy visit Williams, & Helton.' ,, &.. -
Get horse and cow feed 0(< .
your '
with' relatives.
thanks you for the generous pat- .' from Williams! & Helton, If it is furniture you want; see

Bernard- Langston, a studentin Chipley Furniture Co. :
accorded them and hopes ; > ,
the' law department of the Your credit is good with us. :
'you riad\ '.a Merry Christmas and State University at Gainesville, Chipley Furniture Co. You can get; all ingredients foY.-. ,,. ,
is'at home to spend the holidays fruit cake at Williams & Helton/
wishes you, one and all, a happy, ,. much to the pleasure of his numerous Well 1, yes :we sell Shoes and '. -,,, .* '.'
friends. like our groceries, they are good ,CASH OR CREDIT,-Thatis{ ,

prosperous New Year.: too.-Harvey' & Gardner. the way we sell furniturerChip-v. : : :;:-
The Sunbeam
We also wish to advise you that Baptist church rendered Society'of a spe- A piece of furniture makes an levFurniture, :". .,: T;:'.. Ali

cial program at its meeting Sun acceptable Christmas present New lot. of Tobacco..BrowJI's: : .:v.-( : '.'

our big ,Cut-Price Sale wil continue -" ':" day afternoon and the little tots Chipley Furniture Co. Mule, Apple Sun Cured, Prince '.:, '.
who took part in in the program "
until 'January 1st, after which.\::;. acquitted them selves spendidly. When you get groceries trom Albert smoking' at SCHELL'S. .'"

prices ,wiH go back to formerfig-; ,: Pastor Smith of the Baptist Harvey & Gardner you are assured Do you like goodbiscuit! ? Try ; :* ?

church preached two excellent they are absolutely ,fresh.If Pillsbury Flour; its the best. f

ures, with a pr'obable''raise-of$20' .. sermons at that church SU day. made. Williams & Helton. llTI i
.r- :tIN you want to make an acceptable .
At the close of the morning ser.
cent. on factory prices fo"r- newgoods Christmas 25 per cent off for Cash until
per present give, a
vice the Lord's, Supper was partaken i-ifl
: \) \ 'i f1,:
: of by all the members piece of furniture.-Chipley Fur- January 1st,.is our inducement.. ,,..,

> .JThose : 188 present. niture Co. Cbipley. Furniture T"' .", -
: ;
who 'need" furniture and
'la.rgl 9uwyNSna '. -..,A ore '-_. .t v One of the most enjoyable social You don't have to wait' when Call us and see what nice' ,groceries -

have va.avr:,not. yet. 'purchaseJ( it should events of the Yuletide season you order groceries from us, we vou get; we make fck'de .;

1 make.r. "-* thtiriselection,* ; 'before was masquerade party at the send them'; to you right now- livery too Williams .&,HejtonL', .. ,

L )come ,f ey | ia i GSr ek lftl> > ay'i>.r. 'Ja-.rtffl; +:yfa ia.Fili}. C'a home of Miss Maggie Allen''on Harvey: & Gardner: B. Blake& Co.-have something; .

our sale closes' ,:and thus! get the Christmas evening. About fifteen Roof Paint For Sale.-If you'}van of special interest' to the iadies'tooffer .
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benefit. "the .bifl. ....;If 'reduction in prices- the couples pleasantry were present'of the to occa-enjoy 100 Paint gallons of first-class Roof ; step in see 'what' tirv. Iiriiii::
Yours'for More Business i;. ion* Late iIi the ''evening delicious come Absolutely fresh groceries and! -
... oee the nnerman about it. We ,. .
> quick
at rt-! \1" and appetising refreshments delivery; what you. get

? .', .,Ch'ipley Furniture Co. were served. Miss Allen can fit you up.I from Williams .& Helton., :;.'. f:
.r/ am agent for the Saibara
is' a royal entertainer and the Get an art squareorsome'ru sI "
Nurseries, located at Mobile. If
.. young people are always delight- you want Orange ,or any other I i to beautify and: make -yo .room,
to receive an invitation, to a socialgatbering kind of fruit trees, see me for comfortable; we are selling:.tbem

<0 at her home. catalog'and prices..-'J. E. CAICET .cheap,-Chipley Furniture Co,


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