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 Material Information
Title: The Chipley banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: C. Tharp & Co.
Place of Publication: Chipley Washington County Fla
Creation Date: February 15, 1912
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Chipley
Coordinates: 30.779167 x -85.539167 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024681
oclc - 33427638
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System ID: UF00075891:00295
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..-.A Faank:"J. Could, in an inter- We notice in the Pensacola j
New Bank Account. :
Get view in the Manufacturers Record !
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News a statement from Mr. N.J. '
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thfc southern part of our coun- Fair, that Mr R. X: Pleas, Crop. J
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,: f F&OM east, of* west in the future enhancement at the Fair next taU This is .
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CIT.Y'NtAR E T news never
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the Little Building '
gluing its real upbuilding ried an'exhibit from Jackson
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i virgin, country--premising: t b elargest county'to the fair last fall and BarberShop.
j We guarantee you good meat and will give you profits to careful inves- .
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try. Its blood is less mixed with ture first again. I have just barbershop '
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!t\ !- IRA A. UUTCUISON.fi Dr T. G. YatesEye therefore it,, preserves the best Bernard ,Langston, a law,.student corner west of-First Nat. Bank,
traits of the highest type of and will appreciate of i
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Specialist a
| Attorney at Law. American life. This is a' in the State University at .
,. Will be in Chipley at Dr. Wilson's strong factor for the future'very and Gainesville: ,.came home to atten- your barbering trade. I guarantee : I, ,;
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.-i, .,' office the First Tuesday in April for the 8O th's'safety." ed the funeral of Buell Cook, but to'give you satisfaction.--.

-& f Will practice In Circuit Court of 1912. Consultation and exami- arrived too late. He returned to SHave fOc?.. I t

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SHE- JUDGE W?,B. M1LTPN.President.: :M..i' $$ ,. :'S' V. M. OOLSON.
THE BAKNB&, DIDN'T) KNOW THE : 'VleilfPrellldellfj" Cashier.

Therefore the of Antique Ob- ""Women.If ( '
FirsNatiaiMARIANNA -
Uhnrelt; DlrcctrvM. taln.d the Old Fender for r Bank.Capital. :
\ E. Church, Soutb. -Pr.aehlnc every Half Price. .
.t and *rd Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. weak you need Cardui, FI.A.
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L.Sabbath II. Chappelle School: 10 astor.a. m. W. N. Shoals, Eben Googina keeps a small, littered the woman's tonic Cardulis ., .

Superintendent.Prayer Meeting Thursday nights. shop on Main-street.! His mod made from'gentle herbs,. .' .. $50,000.00 '' -

.'Young Men's prayer: meeting Tuesday est sign reads, "Second Hand Furniture acts in a natural manners 'S* Banks ;Firms "", r
Solicits Accounts of ladivlduati.Our
Corporations .
u. Everybody cordially Invited. ana \
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instead of th'o more imposing and has no bad results ass '
twenty years experience in the banking business enablea..n*'to offer ,
Baptist Church- aching every 2nd legend, "Antiques, but his un. some of the strong drugs you the beat banking: facilities of any bank tn Weat Fonda We also have a
and, 4th Sunday. Rev Baxtnr.pastor. derstanding of the psychology of the sometimes used. Asamedicine fully equipped Savings Department in.Whlcb we.pay irtereat on deposits.' c. .
Sabbath: School a. m., F. V, Hawk antiquary is worthy of a wider field. .count: ,'by mail' handled! a.*.easily aa by erIOQa1.i '"trvlew., ,. '.*, ',W:
Bnperlnteneent. -a tonic-for Send UB' buaineaa, <*, .. A
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Prayer Meeting Wednesdsy'nlghts.o.toa5eeblreet.rv.: "What is the price of this? asked > i iJ! ..

a customer, braced ,for the conventional tired, worn-out wgrnena .,....: 1!!"., M. O..LSQ.Ni'ea: bf r. ..
Cardul has been a popular .
; war of words with pawnbrokers .
Office hoars 7:30: m. to 7:00 p m.; except dealers whom sho success for over 50 years
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antique : '
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jIVIYERSITY-0F'ELOIWt) Fiojida State
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Eastbound mall closes at 1090; a.m had grown expert in beating down. .
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,West-bound mall closes at 5:10 p.m. .But her challenge did not draw the GAINESVILLE TALLAHASSEEColtoifa .
A SlqllI >> JoexpenlYeM J|nltt for
Malt from Vernon arrives at 10 a. m. ,: c. jion of Art* and Science. Normal ScbooU'
conventional retort from Eben. He '
boundmall. CARDUI florlcJl'Youd(M&. School ut Mu.k Scbool .
and leaves on arrival of the east % of Art. <* Kxprc* ,.
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Take alO SchoolCIIBome EcononHcaT .
fingered the wrought-iron fender she Four college*, agricultural annulment .tat. claw' t
assist.Fhat equipment tbroutrbout. cities
'Sunday hours: 11:30 m., to 12:30 p. m., had unearthed:from between a massive ants ltalre 00 gtyeatensbn.per cent Increase 46 profcwMra in. ttendancn and last free. Other. expense err lom, far infonaiUoai
Money Orders issued at allbours: when valueless ,ear. AttractlTe buUdinv and campua.' For address.ctalo.it ."
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office. Is open, except Sundays. veneered highboyand rsnartse. A< A DSPBIEE.. fftWul., EDWARD CONUDI. Ire We.1.
'** .! P BCHEL.L. P. M a broken spinning-wheel: and The Woman'sronl \

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Oar Clubbing Us. upon her: Mrs. 'Lula Walden, of .. ... .. ... ...... -

BLxi.ZK and Semiweekly Atlanta. .. "Did you ever.know Judge Allenof Gremlin, &, C, followed '.
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Journal, per year 175. DQ OIl r.l lNQW
t-week FoxcroftrJudge this advice,..Read hers< xc a ; .
BAHHKJB and Thrice New York
Wprld per year, >61.6e. ,Allen; the great man of ter,:, "1. was so we k, : '-: ,
\That nov-is the time to build thai home or business house I _
little town had inherited when I first take
BAAxxsand! 8eml.weekly'Tlme..Un. who a began to havetbeen considering?' The present business depression '
," a and CUllen, per year, fl.W, widely i famed. collection of antique Cardui, that it:tired.:me to... I has reduced the price!! of lumber'and building materials; labori
BAHHXBand Home and Farm, per year furniture, and had enlarged It gen.. walk lust a little.. Jow,'l .Ie ehaa! Jf:and plentifulJnd an' ( you cap butld"'novr for 25 to 50 percent ":

erously, was known fo the bargain can do all ;:the general : lie.than ) -
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Directory. : .housework, for'afattiUy ; ; F U8. ,
; x'Tou. were. not acquainted :with 9." Try Cardui for your '
STATE OFFICIALS!! the ,judge ? Then the price of the When you think:of lumber oribulfdinc material think'of us 2 Sand
troubles. It be the
Governor-Alber W,Ollchrlst. fender ia_$3.' may the fact that; we have completed a modern up-to-date millVfr '"
very remedy YOU need. work mill,_and can fnrnlah everything noade of wood ueed In ',
Secretary: of ofJ3t.ate- Clay Crawford. "But why?" asked the bargain .., a' building' ',from allla to comb: ?.,and that we can .STt
Attorney General Park Trammell. hunter ,
wondering whether she was "
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Com' Agriculture E- McLin. being favored with an example of QUICK. $

Treasurer Win V. Knott. shrewdness FEARFULDoctor Sash ,
Yankee humor or Yankee Framing Bank ; i .,'
I Snpt. Public Instruction-! M' HOllO;. and' bewildered by this abrupt r, ,- : Blinds Doors Base Casing' Ceiling Flooring; .DrUg"Store ;,:. ." :
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'" .method, of closing a trade., .. Frames Finish riding Fliturea. .
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Comptroller A. C. Croom. '. I ', : ; :' ,. ." "' .
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')Supreme Court-Thos. M. Shackleford, you 'judge, Estimates cheerfully furnished. Freight paid. to vour station -, ::.:. 'I 'I
bfef.ro.tlee'JI.; ; B. Mabry.t ler",. Eben enlightened her patiently,with I' if desired.. .. .

Railroad Commission Hudson Burr, a .sly gleam reminiscent. pat triumphs t I MARIA.NNA '- ;.

Chajrman! ; B.: C. Dunn, Clerk., in his faded eyes, "I'could MANUFACTURING. CO.( ,. :: .

Judge first.judicial. circuit' J. Emmett' veaak >c you six."," ;:. .'. MARIANNA' lP'LiA / = .}' "''
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:State: Wilson Solicitor: first judicial" { circuitC.L. : ,SHOCKING SOUNDS: a:... .R.ona bls+l'T "- B'PHO"B, 0' 4 a. r;. ;'s: ; f'/,',M; .".-.3" -J' .

In the eartb arc sometimes beurk before- ...............!...... .

terrible eartbquako, that warn of coming ,' ...//1 :
U. S. LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS: peril. Nature1* warnln(. are Kind. That -
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.II. S.Chubb, Register, Gainesville! Fla. dull' pain or ache in the'l aek warn you the' .. '.

,. Shields Warren, Receiver, Gainesville. kldneya need .attention It you would escape .4t,It'l .
those dangerous maladies, Dropsy, DIabeta '
or Bright': dlaeasf., Take Electric Bitters Here .s a .Good'-SIganfQr t

WASHINGTON COUTYOFFICERS. at once and see backache fly and your best F ,-- 1-
Circuit Clerk-W. Lockey, Vernon. feelings return. My son received great benefit '
County Judge.=.I. A. UcbllouVernoD. from their use for kidney and bladder < ; a.Bigger and BetterjJsiness2i S
Sheriff-C. G. AIleD Chlpley. trouble, writes Peter Bondy. South Rock- M .
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Treasurer ,B. Tiller.. Vernon
wook, Mich. It la wrjalniy a great kidney ..". .".".. I.'I.II. t,' ,. \1.
Lax A.nllor-.J.: ,, Williams, Chlpley.: .' medicine. 1'ry it; too; at & K, 3IcGencby' .- -:I jtard>Jc .think,.you will :. :'- ., .' .l
Tax Collector--W. a.G.Iner,JUconnna.Snpt. : I live overt,one.:year, ,- Lock THE WAY! ;
Instruct.lB.
Wausau.. Public F Gainer. TEAMWORK POPULAR. Pttif'nthaf.4 ,a \otxAntlook.: ,

ttapervlaor of "'Registration-J. W. .. ., *. Move:as fast. as the. pro sion-=or,move,,ouU Take tbj;
Gainer, Econfina. r It is to mind matter of
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my are probably aware Jbat" pneumonia '
Count Solicitor. A. D. .Carmichael, profound significance that our col, always result from a cold, but' ,,yon never pace of the'* company. you are in or make way forl.the: ,mari_

Chlpley., leges and universities betray such heard of cold resultloi in pneumonia, when behind. .f -
Surveyor-T6oe.'lollins Chamberlain* 'Conch.Beraedy, was used.
County Cary- '
vllle, Fla, enthusiasm over team games. At Why take the,rlak'When bJa. remedy, maybe '.: ifheay.1f .t'he4l
these institutions one :would expectthe had trifle? For sale { OealersUNPPPULAR.TAX. ;'. D 'n'(8t nd: : newddeas: 'Don't .In
,County Commissioners: ? for a !> AH ,c. -. .. 'pause. < .,
J.T. Vernon.A. spirit of scholasticism to be ,- path of better Don't
Blghtower Chairman, system, settle down on the l adder' of' .
C.:Gilbert Chlpley. dominant. One would suppose that 'rte .
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success on'tb f"
he.a'barnacle:
8..1.,. Davis, Wausan.J the high prize of public admiration J ., ', ship pregress." ;

<,H,,Porter Mill vllle. would be given to' those'. who com '---'" : ''. ( "v' -'."
v. F. Guno Santa Roaa. Among other .unpleasant ,Web '
Cbanffe'rneans
progress. Progressrmeansadvancement _
peted most in. scholar- :
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School: Board: ihip., I do not wish to minimize the there used to, >be.a-tax: on the Eng- : .
G. B. Bnsb,.Chalrman, Orange Hill lish hearth. ..In.1663.it was ordered "" :' '
honor of scholastic distinction or: the Advancement. means m ment. MOVE .
S. Gainer, St. Andrew.W. v. !
.' that "hearth ,? ?8 cents, ,. -" .
jnpney .
.: F. Buss, Vernon. rewards of those who win it, but I : <1
should be collected, for each, .Louse-
wish to call attention to the fact that '
DON'T BLOCK; TjA yt :::
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.QHIPLEY CITY OFFICIALS. the man who will live longest in thehearts privilege ; warming ..
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Mayor-H. B. Wells. of his comrades is the man
Marshal-B..H. Farrlor. who. playing ,in a team'game,. wins fliuor stove in his 'house. It was nota ;'.'"
Clerk and Treasurer. W. Cook and popular tax.. It: was hard,to evade.
for the
glory renown college, asa
.Councll-A. D. ,Carmichael, chairman, .
C..B.Dunn J..JR. McGeachy.C.K Thar p whole. He does not'-win as a 1 brilliant ? The,tax collector was given power to .

W. O. Butler, ,.Jr.;,: r player, primarily, but 'as an count! the chimneys":.fr/Jm the |nside RL

,- organic part of the,Unit-the team. of the house.andchimneY', unlike c

The individual record-breaker in windows,. cannot he blocked, up and

running and jumping'wins no such concealed until the assessor has

:The Banner position in he' hearts of his fe 1ow- taken their number,. The: tux ,waa

.,' students 'as the man who' successfully collected with;.,Ilgor until', William*

leads a team to victo; Llp- III..r'cpealed.it"in order,, to erect a
pincott'd.' lasting monument? of their majesties'

Chipley, Fla.D goodness.ln every.Hearth in the king. .
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:Stawk for the Upbulldinrlofl ATLANTIS.- : ': ,.

-. .The island of Atlantis belongs 'if UtA&IED{ .A OOUD. WOSKKll. : -
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not:to the' realm of,pure fable, to the 1 blamed,my heart for severe distress; 1 In,ray! { a
r realm of uncertain tradition, which) left aide for two years- Wrlt *.iW. tfvana, ..'. :A:'J handsome new style 1 inour' -k.tW:
Washington Danville; ;Ya., buc'l know now i4wee Indigestion : '
County. amounts to about the same thing.: *., > KJu ;:';" 'S Diamond Special Grade g'O A A :S
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Spoken of by Plato,_ and other classical pletely cured me. Beat for atomapb, liver / that. will give the finishing '/
And Florida: writers as' "lying over, againstthe and kidney trouble, constipation .heaaacn t
Pillars of Hercules" (the strait, or debility. Kt at 8. E. JlcUeacby'a.:"" touch 'to any costume. 1

of Gibraltar), no one has ever been This is of 'f
Subscription $1 I Per Y ear. only one our: new patterns.:
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We make a Specialty of the, most nebulous region of ,history Notary.Public ', J Diamond Brand Shoes.. He should have (
and is probably nothing but State :at:Large.

Neat, fiction. If ,the great, island, "over 'them in all' grades. at all prices., for menaswell

against,the Pillars of Hercules" had CABMICJHAE? : a : as for women 'and children. J -
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4YeWf !tve > .known fectlng. thapuby, ,1 goojj to hand back portunjty; of making a thorough eau'
'bf'lt frulta,' -' .& single Instance on what might be Vasa ot: the district in the interet t of

\ [. "H. i. a native, born Floridlan" the probable opinion of 'Squire So- his candidacy' for congressman. It
that he started right At the age of and-Sa or Deacon Somebody Else, or is said that. he will probably purchase

I ; elhte.w 'trheygdn hU, freshman year bow his actions might affect his own a 86-horsepower auto and go

"' ya.. ctl, tpralege, his father popularity, but when he has given all outinto, the rural districts and see

:i'dl altd >&onjft Jes p r everlng and interested an opportunity: to be heard; every man 'personally that votes In

n atnbttlous for an education, under the weighed the matter thoroughly in his the district He is already gaining
&1 circumstances this would have meant own mind and satisfied himself as to ground over his two opponents Very

4 UMUendw.oi.' .his. purpose to get a. col- what wa right in the premises/ rapidly, and when he, gets out talking

'f: .le "|education. -, has stuck to his opinions. and ,. PpU-\ with. .the voter face? to fact it would

f >' tut not so with hIm. He literally glee with a bulldog tenacity that; has not surprise us if one or both of his

.. worked his way through college and generally wrought the aocopmplisili-. ,. opponent were to see the band-writ
,. 1 in spite of the handicap of workingat ; meet of his end. lag on the wall and withdraw jtrom

J' : : odd hours he made such ),progress "It was Colonel Flouraoy's speeches the race 'before the* first primary.
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that in his Junior year he was mfdeaaaUtant 'in the elate ,senate: that.were a'' full ,LaureJ Hill' News,.. January, 2, 1912.

instructor in mathematjoa, exposition of the merits and needs "Col. Wm; W. Flournoy,has hIs announcement -

.f. and, 'after his graduation, wlthout%sOlicitation ot a well-trained ,military, force,! in this,'tieue, Read it

\' : I I on his part but aa a recognition .throughout the, state; and ..uchf} wasj carefully and note' the'.\'difference. in

4 t H' of' Tile character and attain .his.., logiq and force: of, .argument that: ; the ring of the way: ; he addresses the

.. ment,' he -was made commandant; a'' a. Jacksonville man. requested they)! people and,'tbe/'steteotyped'? old form

Y ,, : position,he'held for three years,. leaving privilege{ of publishing these. speechesla of/ the Other -twpt lie 'goes about his
'"; t f{ there to attend the law department the 'newspapers of Florida, but the. business at all 'times In' a businesslike

,, IraY 11'h'e of Cumberland university?! at speeches were Impromptu, and'there: way: always using the best of

Lebanon, Tenn., where he graduated fore. were not published language, ti'd' 'Ability la'non& be

With high honors "Colonel Flournoy grsduated"as, questtoned; Tor"lie"'Is today'' adjudged

1 iI -'He began' the practice of law; in bachelor of law from the law depart' :one.,.of the, betot, posted men. in the

/. Pensacola, but afterwards moved ;went of Cumberland "university, )n' ,state, and, If the, people will follow
back to his native county whero'',hla June, 1900, under the famous Judge'j'Nathan after bits talk through the press from
attainments aa successful practitionerat Green and Dr. Andrew W.' time to time'It''will' tie)' an easy: matter

I the bar have won him far more. Martin, since which time he has suecesatully to see 't.hat"he"1.'far the superior

than a local tame practiced >lIe profession: and the best man. of the three, torep-;

1.- "111. 1908 he was elected aa state with headquarters and otflcea in DoFunlak ), .Tesept; the people, of this ,district In.
.. senator from the Third district; 'com' Springs. He hag twice been| le than entitled to
.". ,. I ; ( congrss,, He. .,more, '
I : of Walton and Holmes counUeeN elected of DeFunlak. During! "-;
posed' mayor the position and 1* 'going to win.
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: "He Will Represent. T.hAo.QliIU.awt.-: and at once took a leading position, ::'his incumbency as mayor there was Laurel 'Hill' *Pews7 '

.. .. ; WM. W. j"'L'OU NOY" .in 'this lawmaking body by reason!, of constructed waterworks, an eleotria. ) '"We1 l believe Col. W W. Flournoy
his' hard work and'' intellectual attain i light plant, sewerage system and a, could win :over Dannltt H.. Maya;' con

'. Candidate to" Congressman; 'Third\ Iitrict.ANNOUNCEWEilOE nients.. In ,the session of 1909 it was t school building. lie alao secured .aOj gressman'from_ ,, this. .district handy'. ,,
I largely through his efforts that .the, ,appropriation from Andrew Carnegie down. In fact we believe be couldhave
1 1 I Progressive Democrats 'of that body,; for 140,000 library. He was elected! "a lead pipe cinch"--Laurel
.. .... ',1,1I '5wareaauabta44o:, :Dian.the'primary: law to the state senate In 1908. In 1B11 Hill News.WHAT "-' .. "

ASK NO HASTY COMMITTAQ? Iam as..It..atanda.todayy; and much, other he wrote and secured Its 'passage:: '' '
not before to win "i much, OTHER- PAPERS
you so .
Its reduce ,
needed leglliiatlon'cal llLted to pro without amendment except "
i2 aa I ant to, be true' to selt and to mygovernment i Iti THE DISTRICT .SAY.
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the Interests' of the common'peo- tlon to $100,000. in the house, an ap
r shall make, no atate{ "Hon. Wm.. W., Flournoy'of-DeFu:: *
'ple as 'well aa to kill a number ofmeasuree proprlation for. the building of; the
rnent, either on the stump or in'th rat i nlak Springs announces his candidacy
and ;
"which the vested* interest supreme court library the,
WM .flOUMOY ; ,
press,. merely tov pleas.u., be ,ttj the I from this .(Third) district 'Thepomina'
spugh.4 to ,.make: into, hyw,* road commission: c:! building.. During
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catch "your. voter I to Mr. Flournoy into the race
appeal
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"Iq tbe; session of 1911 his I work session of 1911 participated ..
your.Intelligence-! to,your pafalqn{ in thief direction A was: even. .more ef' many of the more important debates,, .adds,. much tnterest.
CANDIDATE- FOR*. CONGRESSMAN, or faction, Government. ,. to ,be, permanent. > fective."As; -' I relative. to state legislation;. and was ;"lie is a prominent attorney: and
must be. founded upon Intel is well known throughout this dis-
; judiciary A' of the'sen-
: ,FROM?THIRD: CONGRES3IONAU, I r[ mayor of his hOme city for twoterms chairman of
DISTRICT MAKES PLAIN, llgence.. It Is':for the .protection 'an4 his policy wu'both progressive f ate. In 1909 he waS chairman of the trict. Halt 'native of, Walton coun
preservation, of :Individual): and, pubs r finance and'' taxation ty, having been born in December,
: irid ,ijg tM "A TiflijJ .4i;.Y.Ji ,lrgeiy due committee on
..I': HONEST' ;' SQUARE- ,' MAN-' lie rights, not 'f4f foato: *,:andpromote, to. his.efforU.An4. pubBo-siilrHedjjoHcy; and the members of''the senate foum }87T, 18 makes!' him now 37 years
1, LY APPEAL7A THG the interests of individual i f he is, therefore in the
: ; any of, that' DeFunlak 11...:the best system o* him to be a 'valuable source of In of age, so Just
VOTCRSrrDECLARATION faction contrary to ,the equal prtvtf munlclpal-owixed; .public utilities in the? formation in matters coming befor,< prime' of life.: Mr. Flournoy has twice
lege and rights of others. I' state -* for consideration, at been elected1' mayor of his 'home town,
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If yon award me this great ij ijpromiseyou DeFunlak '' Sprinuga In which office
trusty study ,'
exhaustive o;
OF PRINCIPLES Trpm. hid 'youth up!. he. has. beep he has made 'an r
my: best J, shall\ esteen! ) 'and. ', taxation. he served well. The people of' his
known who 'finance and
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"y, it an honor to represent you and our district at the last regular election
acquaintanceamong
things He, ha;: % wide f : "Colonei! 'Flournoy organized ,and .
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i CeleMel P'lo t'"oy".For"ahAnnouao. district only when elected by you elecle 4 him to the'state senate WIth-
the bisj man-ot the nation,botl! for several years commanded pomp
*' m.nt.Is! I .I in| .Thorough. i'Accord( hottest, loyal and voluntary balletIt North and:.South,, and everywhere he ny 'K'-, the. DeFunlak company alt; the c out'opposition) ? an'd' "he- served' in that

.; With. HI. Record-a, a la";, my' purpose to give you m>j ls re Ojp i iied'"ra: man: of scholarly! Florida National i Guard, and brQl,1gh.I I offlcewtth'fcreat 'distinction. : He- waa
: 'Legislator.t platform. loon and also, to"vl.lt, If time attainm.nta and progressive ideas, attracted always found ,on the aide -of good
y. '- It to a degree of efficiency! that : J''
t Will permit, your precinct In order and the promises of support that have the favorable! comment of mi- morals and good government-
paper published !la the that'' I may have the 'pleasure and QreenvlUe
every 'oameUhlnv: unsolicited from loading itary men all over the state.i / 'Ees"Elsewhere :,

: ,Third, congressional district I rave? : honor of speaking before you In peg! men. in' the tdl{ ript} )Q;ove' that home j| ';'Should, he be elected, we will have' I. in this issue will befoun'd"

inaounoed'candidate, for congress eon. In l, the. meantime, I hope, JQ have. as igiajl Sja! a$>,rpa4 ,.be! I U recognized[ in Colonel Flournoy a representative .In'e i -column announcement"of -

consideration the attention of every voter' throug ', and, regarded. as,the best man for theplay of 'whom not only the' people of the I', Hon Wm, W. Flournoy; candidate
man.' 1. solicit. "yOnr" .' the press-th'e safeguard and advisorof by those- best in, a 'Qal lon to Third congressional. district: but those for congressman from this (the

tiponi, principles to, be published and, the electors and the. sure precureor -, kgo'.S'.DeFunlak Breeze, January, of the entire state-, may wejl feel. Third), district. The gentleman Is a

,_ '4Uaou ed In the, campaign. I am by of ,civic improvement, irpry eleetor 18. 191!>Et I I proud! ,"-DeFunlak Heraid. I II ., Progressive Democrat, has acceptably
Is burdened, with the pbllgatlon! 'Colonel' "' filled other positions of trust and,
l Instinct; training;: and. atudy:'ardent. "oumo, ,format anno I "Col.! Wm: W. ..Flournojr, who la a -
$supporter .or our form of governmentwithjisthree to advise himself and.cast" his vote.. } nogmeot.. whjoh appear!! In all" the candidate for 'congressman from this if "elected, lcCgiV' a good account

.. ,, distinctive\ .alluringferaaches The man who.is TOO BUSY, like theman ,. papais.io the dlstdcttQi. Week, is In "Third district has a 'doublecolumnn "of himself' and' his stewardship Read

: 1. Legislative; 2, .Judicial; who is' corrupt, Is a serious obstacle thorAu h i"s oo.;9 Aith byeb : record aa plegislator. ( on the' editorial pagjB lls announcements."-ChipleyVer
in the material adyancement nothing ,, dict. January 26., 19 2. _
a j, Executive; which should be. controlled There is of the of this paper. This formal announce> ;
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whether hatnraF'or1 artificial... without. like our,. If private corporations mountebank or. Jh.. cbe&p appeal to est, manly appeal to the.Intelligence\ W.FJournoy. ; fOr.con, eB His: announcement
.were as careless in selecting passion prejudice but to Inte; Is clean, clear-cut and 'to
ifteatthy*encroachment or ; lt.|
by: one depart-; ,of the. voter as .might be expected
their directors as the voters are In and alone.- A the Jrif' tie la a lawyer of brilliant -
Intelligence' man p
Bent pen- ".nce' 'the'''
upon the other or upon the imbued with
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electing their public 'servants. private who stands he In this mater (- i 'attainment and his ;reputation is
ring rule factionalism : as does !
I>}e's rights by: : ', 'spirit 'f true patriotism is Colonel,
judicial construction .or' ot>}erW-Y' oorpo'ratlqns would be a failure,: arould!gad YfIU.J>e a credit'to..the i Flourn 3": It Is both an announce- not confined, to West ,,Florida, but' ex-

jLet us emulate bur fathers :.. men.Candidates and likewise: with our' .government ..dleq} .! (.":-DeFuniak Breeze..newspaper I. ment and a challenge. It Is an t4. tends even' ] to Was! lngtol1. Hesee'you'bfore will
.were. It not for your .tndullen, pa ,., of he Third dl 1he primary and tell
and as voters. Let us ''tu ; : nouncement in the sense of makink
triode; and the great power to tax. are>giving' the candidacy of Colo-- 'you' about rhfa I ambitions"Chipley.
study( : and realize'' our position-,- conceive *trlet i public bis ;candidacy ,for .this honpr-. .
the purpose of government the if all would participate actively and,, ,nA Flpwnox; the! most .!flattering; reception I!, able\ office to which he, aspires! and Banner; February' 1', 1912. '

solemnity: of our obligations as' cittns honestly, believe the best man'for and they are pretty good barometers -> a challenge in that he calls upon the, Will Be Successful In'Thl.'Too.
the position{ and,.the "best good for tlie' ot'the sentiment I '
.. .and betrue'to... the ,trust reposed district in their( voters :to exercise hla. own: reasoning ""Elsewhere in this Issue will be
hi us by those whose; earnestness would,*} bad! and don. YOU; comi w.vt fy' .: P, mlak\ \ Breez?, I I faculties and to cast his ballot in' aeI found the formal announcement of

and sacrifice erected_ this great ,con THAN.OWE MORE' TO' YOUR DISTRICT'?' ,February: '1; 191J. x 1,,I cordance with his.own best, Judgment. Col. W. !W, Flournoy of DeFuniaH

a4tutional government. Let us not TO THEJ"CANDIDATE.' '. ....'peodld TrlbMteahy, pis tio.m'Papers, It Is at once'' a modest announcementof Springs '.:t candidate for congress
Remember yourself, our district "While has been known.for sometime '
I tiy favor 'or-passion circumvent the ; .the clean lines along which bit from'this' district' Colonel Flournoy
and' me, at ,the polls. that it at all unlikely.
-. purpose or power of the;primary'. in ? 'was; ot. ,. ,. : campaign! is to be conducted, and :ja Is one of West .Florida's..many ,good
May I have the. of. a letter 'Col. would
V pleasure. that Williamy. Flournoy \
Wye selection of the beet --man dignified challenge to his 'opponentsto lawyers: has represented his district
V i want to--.en. '')ou -no'leas 'than from you. ? .e''In. the, race. .for eongreseman'fro. >n meet' him along the same line: It .in .the ,'}ale .senate, and has wade; a
V j I 1- WM.. W. PLOURNOY.aive definite '
you should want :the' beet jcrylces.Ipress this district, the first infor is just the document to do credit to ,success.In! hla'business I <<: undertakings."
"- 'oration la regard tQ his candidacy; the 'noble, high-minded man who Is -Maria'nna TimesCourier.A .

jea bee .WII| it/lends .here In .his for promulgating It Colonel: Flournoy is I I
I':: VI orou. Campaign.
Praises Colonel JFlouriioyTHE mat 'ampufiaeaxeat .in the Pensacola ..this,fight-our.Hector ofTrpy !! _..
,OUR ,,man.ln } ; ''Hon. Wm. W. Flournoy of .DeFu-
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.... I ", V jlf ap/r/ )\,llaj 5'Friday QnaUy .pqrnlftg.. the colonel -an<} ps we, help! to groom .him alak Springs was in our'. e1tr"rti: a-
having ; ,decided to }lntrtM. fray-we"do'lt! .
NEWSPAPERS PAY' SPLENDID TRIBTUES TO., for the' Impending with day, In the Interest: of his candidacyfor
In the rpreesed.wla6w
.' .contest' 'reaponse ,to e [ f the- fiill. confidence that the plume on
The colonel 1 looks well
> .. .' CANDIDATE. FOR CONGRESSMAN FROM of his friends in all'Rartp his Bright helmet will ever-b ';seen. and4 cong1eec.nays he wilt male""' 'a"ilgorouuc ,

J J* ; THE. DISTRICT/ .: of' the ;district floating where the fight Is the thickest J '' :
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until the
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: ... l. "Clewed. tp>> ,see Colonel and 'thathe will .be an honorable! :' V
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show.
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get .game
: Flournyy{ foe,, but one worth of the best steel ,
: .Comments of .the ,,Editors. > methodical precision will' be found his annonuoemenL'Milton -
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....y jjfc;( with which he roes.about every I of our; bold warrior to 'return victorious V
F? /Cftppingf: > Newspapers! of the Th'ird' DistrictSbowr Colonel i ir. thing! .he' undertakes,.coupled 'with hjis from the battle we' shall rejoice with JEr,trpatle- oy- and .Systematic. ;" ,

C r- & '\ -ffFlournoy** Candidacy Meets- With Favor *? :: V recQgala4dabtltty and, ,.general''popularity !, him in his successvbut; If defeat should "See the announcement oq. another
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", --- -!/ us,jppeuegA( :; ,that ,l}'e, sue a splendid within the wails and ''bind' up his Funlak Sprinys for theThird dl.trlet.Mr. .

,,;:_ V _,'. ,* ," Tributes Dy ,Him Home 'Pspere. ':. ,I fighting ehanoe.for'the coveted ,honor. wounds knowingthat, .they were! received riournby''has: '' been 'considered it
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-'f.--: -'-- : ,Wliperl7Mi/ :f to see good men come in open, honorable battle We probable candidate for some time. Hin

., ". >:* Flournoy. for Congr.i ...:? .member of congress and by a to the front and ,that iS'Where Colonel would rather see' him defeated In a 'ability ,is renerally conceeded, and h3{

i, I : ;its: ,;with genuine, pleasure thatBre.ze'endorses man' possessing, ability" in 'at/ marluiddeCfe'e. FJournoy:("has* 'a.lw 7. been! -In, clean,, honorable .contest than to see energetic, and".systematic manner of

')?,, ..Th| : the ,candidacy ,,, and these are combined ,.ln ,_frontrtor,:everything! that makes! for him succeed by questionable? methods, doing things makes hIm' a-formidable .
'..'itHHoni.i-jWm.. W. Flournoy: for coQ: Colonel Flournoy aa In no other candidate ,'p1.'betterm.ntof conditions: and the. and that Is just the way the colonelhimself .rival of tne"' .other aspirants: for the

.: : .'.'gre mn'jrom:' '. tbl. district- :%:"': -;, > :for' 'thl. position" ,1,,hipplsaigdl' welfaepf! : the: ,peope.} feels about the matter.'DeFuntak !' honor/'-Vernon ,N.ws.", : :l;! .

:;";; 't"" "ifOnaviewyof:: the'rapid: : strides thatthJjrBectloifof "'To:simply say without assigning,,a ''While ;Colonel;: Jlournay ,,possegaea! ...toa.jms Herald, January 25, 1912.: Labor1'Leader* ,Favor Flournoy"
f the. slateis'! making- it 'reason might be assumed to-be baaed! kedijjJeJBfee.'ft.Jaudabie: !desire, to, "Col. Wm. W..Flournoy, U arranjc/ ', Tlr.'r.lLukuattns'' Meteor;;edited;

:}'.;:: >;" "is essentially necessary that;the"! district merely :upon 'personal''friendship: ,jaa:f please ,bis fellQw'
;!-",. be represented JbyMan{ -Aggres- trud.aa4tbeo9k, from. which it Is b ea.i i'm i in anything af-. BO thiit'he. wilt: have the op '(Contnoed'nn |pang e r.1' ce'
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befallen in cei'tan '
*rata furaUbed on application. ity has people a ", to the fact that we -are short ,ot. "." "'i
locality and charitable humanity ,
.. room for our enormous newly ..
Communications on live topics, espe* ,
dally of local interest., are solicited. It flies to their rescue, he.is ; ... 4"' ;. purchased supply of spring Dry? :,: ." ;
Is understood, however that the publish. : '" ...., ',
never one of the number. When r' : ';} i'\
responsible Notions : :.
of THE BA.NHKH will not be Goods and andl order r; '
for opinions expressed by correspondents. money is needed to guild the ,4 r1i
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..._ to make the desired- .room we, : -

TTE BA.1IUIEB'.ntl'a live representative spire of public enterprise, his 4' have placed upon special, ..cbiinters -% ..,.*,.'* ".- '
correspondent at every postpfflce is the list. When .. '
and name never on '
In the county, and will make liberal arrangements j :. .... 'an innumerable, assortment. .,!:.. ,::' '..... : ... I
with the rlgrt parties. he-sees some neighbor stuck in ; '
'; of Dress Goods .and they MUST : ;. ,: .'
the mrd, he goes around to'avoid '- .:..iI '; ...(
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IB, 1012.t I GO., :r \.. .. ... ..
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THURSDAY him, In fact, were he standingon '.4'. ,
of :
Those -who early' .
: .come ; ;
5' you -
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the shore, and should observethe o : .' ..-.>'r.- "
will be -" .
to
; sure get bargains.Come '\
The DeSoto County News says: of State fast in .
Ship sinking I : -
and, see that we mean what '' :;>/,
"treat the candidates wen-y u the surf life-line would .: : .
never a '
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be one some day be throw. He didn't bore the \ .10 .
may '
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onr lrage. line' of. Spring .Shoes, .. .; .. ;. ; <:.
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The Prohibition- national convention i lets in .the water; so it's none of I. Y-
and.Oxford see'piir l :
I ;Slippers : :' ; :: ..;:. ..; '

has} been called to meet his 'concern what happens. "display ot them .means' ales .'and"f'1rrl; ,/ fJ. {.' .;

at Atlantic City, July 10th. Were all mankind made of' this satIsfied'Customers'. ,' ; "; .- :.' ;; :' _. '..
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.. .. kind of ,clay, have you ever Come and see for yourself. .: :.."... .. .I.II .

'is to have thought what woul'd'happen? '
a
Jackson County .
CornClub this Why There would be no churches, no 4)m
Boy's year.

can't! Washington county. have.' hospitals, no institutions for the II Campbell &: Dekle. Company..

onetoo? ., unfortunates, noorphans homes, .

no rest-rooms for the weary. .,. .: ..:. : - -
Civilization would - - --- -
roam in jungles -
Don't forget that you must I
ank the strongest would ". r
pay poll tax not later than : I .
your I It is easy in'tbia world to l vel) "Straight Whiskey." RAILROADS.OFERING'; '
March 9th I if you want to vote in rule.He ;
is not a good' Citizen-but I after the world's opinion; it 'is easy
RJDUCEO'<
the primaries.. .' Contemplating the New Year'sresolutidns f ARES TP .
in solitude live 'after one'sownbut
mad if
.. gets you Bay so. a '"hobo." sent the PEN C .'MARDI{ ;GRA3A.hol
'.. the great'manis, he who .
State Comptroller A.,C. Croom .. following]] 'to the St. Louis Republic ,
in the midst of the crowd, keeps
died suddenly at Ocala; Got Their, "Dose. for publication, the moral of for the Pensacola Mardi Oraa
very "
with the independence
perfect sweetness February 181920. )
Wednesday morning of last week A good, sensible fellow, in discussing which was to .get on the water
ot solitude' The cheapest round trip ralrceatrates
of acute indigestion.Dr. the best story in the Bible < i i wagon' and stay ons ever given will be'put'in' effect'on

v- says- in an exchange! "It "Straight" wh sJlfollwil.1! make February rebruary( 19. ,for the
ANINOUNCFMENTS.Political ,. Pensacola Mardi Gras.. Almost less :
,Len Broughton, pastor of may surprise you, but it is about I you walk "crooked.' that one fare for the round trip from

the Tabernacle Baotist church, Noah and the flood. We say this announcements under this "Straight" whiskey leads'away all points. will be' in effect. This (iresallan .

call to m. the face of'educ.ated ,folks who I head will be $5 for all county. officers ex: opportunity to see the South'a
has accepted a a
'. Atlanta cept County Commissioners and membersof from the "straight and narrow Greatest Merry .Making.FesU..al.: at

leading church in London. turn up their noses ,and declare School Board, which will be$3..i0each. way." a. very low cosU \. ..

---.s-. -- this story a fake. Yon know All announcements must be paid for In ConfetU. -.. :

Noah had to work a long tine onthat ad vance.. "Straight" whiskey, drunk" to Therp has often arlHen much discussion

It should afford the Southern ark. It was uphill business, I I For 8b riac excess,-will send you,straight to as to the "why". of throwlnr .

farmer keen delight in l hearing the poorhouse, I confetti. This custom, is an, ancient '
too at best to and I hereby myself candidatefor _
go on toiling I announce a
that.Western packer complain of Sheriff of Washington county subject one and Is the outgrowth of the throw- .
the falling off of their meat tradein sweating, day after day in the I to the. action of the Deraacratlo'Primaries ',Straight" whiskey yuts many I ing of rose petal"' In'' the'' Latin countries I.
Thanking you In advance for your sup condition where the; Mardi Gras originat '
hot sun, building a boat away out a man, to a straightened
and influence-1
am
South. port
the ed. Both'the New Orleans and
.. on dry land, while the local anvil Yours! truly SQ that he cannot pay his honest '
JOHN. W. WILLIAMS. Mobile Carnivals have done away !.
and hammer club sat around, debts. with the throwing of this feathery .
The appropriation bill For ...rlC '..
army. : spitting tobacco juice upon! his paper, but the Pensacola ManU Gras
reported to the house amountsto : I hereby announce my candidacy for ,"Straight" whiskey often lead still retains it. Thla'method of fun :a
lumber whittling his pine the Democratic nomination of .Sheriff of
$88,534,000. The agriculturalbill up YYashlnffton' eonnty. If nominated. and men to murder .their wives and and merriment-making is pleasing t to .. .

: boards with their jack-knives, elected I promise to faithfully discharge children. both the old and young alike. If,
amounts to the measly sum and telling him what a fool he all the duties of the'' office, especially so 'however; one does' not care to enter
In the prompt execution and service of '
of $15.836,000. /Straight"; whiskey will keepa into this-part the Mardi Gras .they.:
was to be expecting a big, rain ina processes and writs both criminal and '
... .. civil Issuing from the various .courts of man from securing a good "po ,do .not have to do ;-so:"'s the confetti .. '
country too hot to grow alfalfa. the county.- throwers' sort of throw them- .
"Iron Age" reports that three I respectfully solicit the support of the sition, and: if he has one, cause among molest '"'
he it. '
But kept at Finally ,theflood voters In the Democratic Primaries witha selyea .and" al o\ attempt to ,
roads last. week contracted for came and mot er's conscientious derlre to discharge If him to lose it."Straight". others 'not In the "ganfe. Toni upon... ..:.

kegs of spikes. Railroads s every elected, every duty of.the' office with loyalty tens of confetti are 7 hauled off '.the.,.
75,000 son of the croakers was drown. to your Interest. whiskey. is pure .
Yours Very truly, streets- Pensac'ola very year after '
evidently going to nal Mr. 'Pros- ed. This is the only instance we .. v .UKNfcY. FABRIOBy ,whiskey. If pure whiskey does the Mardi Oras. cel btatton. It Is. a, :,,

perity ,down good and strong. know ,of either sacred or' pro- all this, what will impure and imitation kind of amuse .nt...tbst lingers ))long" ".
". For SberllT.To in the memories, of the partlcl'paling \
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fane history where bunch of i do .
a thfl Democratic voters of Washington whiskey ? "' ""
in It. .. ,' .,
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By a: vote of 5 to 7 ,the Senate mockers got what was due them. County. .
.. I am a candidate before the Primariesto ......., ,. .
commitee on privilegs and elections l be held April 30th sod''Ma7 28th,' re- .1" .
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bgoctlvely, for the office of. Sheriff; and ," : EMMETT WILSON : i iy. >. :'. '
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"Keep striving" is the J
last week approved the report on sec- prom I!!!! If elected prompt nad efficient ._.., :- "L I
sub-committee ret of success in life. What has attention to the affair of the office; and
of the exonerating ..
honest nnd-firaftless' administration, ..
Senator Stevens from been done moves rapidly into the Respectfully-ioMILGAN .. .., .. ..'.. .". .,., 1 ?

... charges of corruption in connection region of the past. The brightest ... .'.. .. ....b '- ;... ,- .J;::, .
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with his election. shield, neglected, soon gathers For *..rltr. ..I I ITo .. ..., 1 .A. J 1
.the Voters: .: .:
.. .. rust, and the fairest memor- I herewith announce my candidacy for -y. : '. pi'. .. '
the office of Sheriff of Washington county .\
ice of worthy deeds are soon forgotten i ,
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No work is worth doing bably subject the action of the Democratic .
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in the shadows of 'subse- primaries, and I earnestly ask consideration .", : .:
and he who puts his best into and support: And I Tour elect '
to him quent sloth and abandoned ambi- me L promise to dive you a. fair and '.. ..'!! : .,. ....
every task that comes tion. Memories are treasures of square. ad-nlnlstrotlon. of the office ..;"it.,.
will outstrip the man ,who Yours truly Y.
surely ; x' .
thesoul, ,' to bring' comfort and JOHN T. nRITT.F ih ''''rvr .
Waits for great bporntuinty before j .
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consolation in moments of reve- r8b.rUT.' .
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he condescends to exert .
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rie and aeflection;.but memories To the people of Washington county .
himself. I am a candidate for sheriff, ant earnestly ,. ,
do not win battles, and neither request your consideration In the ,I. ....'..

individuals. nor nations nor in mv Democratic best! recomemlatlon primaries. ,My and I past assure life you Is .. r. '.. ,--I.''' '- :,

; :: BREATEST MEDICINE! ON EARTH stitutions can. live onfmemories, or a the clean duties able of the and officewithout fair administrationof fear. or .t. 11 ,,- .

."" but as inspiration stronger effort favor should you choose me as your .. r -
chelf executive officers of the county. I
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A prominent citizen of ..EvansTllle.Xnd. and to point the'way to other shall make the race on my own -merits. .. -I<

i' .. writes:- "I wa ill for five victories, memories are of I know nothing. of political wlro pulling x '
I ask careful .
end earnestly your con -:.,
trouble, and "
with pulmonary ;
months a
priceless value. sideration before-makiujt-up your mind '
: had the beat of.doctors. I had hemorrhages -. I as. to whom you-will support. .. ,
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i and was In a Very bad way. A' Reloectlully yours. ;:
I M. W. .IIRKITT.
friend Itriedyinol ," :
advice ot -
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\ Through the I Schell's is the best place tO'get' :
! and I feel that it saved ,raj liter For.Tax A.r.
; recommend It to be. I Groceries .
It Is all you I hereby announce myself a candidate
"f" believe'It Is.the'createst'medlelne on Dunn-Coleman Co's is the' for Tax Assessor of Washington 'county. ,
earth. I hAve advised' others -to trY'IVlnol. subject the action of the, Democratic. T
HARDWARE ,STORE. Primaries and solicit, your support and
have had the same '
and they Influence If elected 1 shall, endeavor to
results." (Name furnished on .re- "RotRotit. Two furnished conduct the affairs of the office,with fairness -
quest.) .- and justice. to all. ..
DAVE: D. DAVIS.For .
We.want every, one in this Ticinlty' room's. Apply to ,

.. who js| troubled with chronic colds MRST.. C. JONES. County CmntI..lB.r P"" No. *. :

,,.,.. coughs, or pulmonary troubles to To comply with. promise to friends }
:.- come and get.. bottle of VinoL Genesis 3717,. And ,I heard that I would go Into the race for County

If it does not go' to the-seat ot trou-' them say: Let'us all go toDunn Commissioner. 1 now announce: myself a
candidate for that office, for the Second.Distrtcksubject.
and stop I
ble ieal the Inflammation Coleman Co for hardware. to the action of the rs ".
the-*cough, 'we. will cheerfully returnrerjr.cent .. Democratic primaries. I promise elected

f 4, : paid ws for- it. This shows.our .Handsome new line, .of hair faithful attention. to.bOlilneal com
that, you take ing before the lioard. I'will appreciate.
: faith, and proves, .
{. goods at the Misses Richardson's your vote and "up port. ..
no. .chancel.w Yours. very' .truly "
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: '.. Bold JifChlplejr by s. E, M Geachv.If Can match any color or'hair* W. E, MoBBiii'. Candidate for 'Congres'. t

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IBS on Jlournoy. little attention to while making it' ,. ';i '. One Way' Out., ;
--)rF Ash Poke Root and Potassium
extensive campaign he contemplates. (Prickly ) .
1' continued from Page 3.f .: News.. '.'. -A: Resident Cbipley: Sbows -
Pensacola Evening
Powerful Permaneut
Prompt
,t The Way. P D
It. beneficial ef- Stubborn ewes Good reitalti are
th tate federation' "Labor, baa. The Way It Started. Only one y, y'tO cure a bad back. foett are u.u.lly yield to P. P. P. luting'-it cures
complimentary reference to I "He tried kiss 1 can't unde, lei quickly ""h.D other medl- you tottaycurvd
a ,; 7 to me. Itimiment and' plasters may relive i It; Ru very doe .r. UM!_
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Qo [el Flournoy'a candidacy. NZl I stand it""Neither .' They won't cure it. .
served through two session I can I, dear" backache .
r; means sick kidneys.Doan's P.
I ."You cat!"Houston Post'A .. P. P.
with' Colon .
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_e state senate I ... Kidney Pills are for bad<
'|tTournoy 1B and hit familiar acqualn .- kidnevs. -.
Florida's favortl well-tilled market basket dtv Makes rich, red, pure blood-cleanses the entire
MUM:' with West I breakdowns. Chlpley people back them up.
1 lots of nervous system-clears the brain-strengthens digestion and nerves.
readers the following laudatory bib- Read a case of it: '

<*t.i especially pleasing: ] Richness of Walnuts Mrs. M. A. Davis, Jackson St., A positive specific for Blood Poison and skin diseases.

Senator William W. Flournoy of I "The percentage of food .ill wa Chiplev, Fla., says: "I consider It ;a Drives out Rheumatism and Stops the Palo; ends Malaria; '

'''QaFunlak Springs has announced tor nuts," says the London Lancet 'a pleasure: to again recommend Doan''. is a wonderful tonic and body-builder. Thousands endorse it. .

'\' .congress,from the Third district. The i high medical authority, "1. very big Kidney Pills Irr a public way I think F. V. LIPPMAN, SAVANNAH, GA.

,.tat* of -Florida has no more'brain; They are very rich In tat, containnaa just as highly of this remedy now as I

''cultured conscientious than Seijatpr much aa' 68 per cent, while .the- did three ears'affo alter it cured me I
certain it la thi.no proteins amount to nearly 16 per have had little or no kidney troubl r
.Flournoy.. : and cent. It has been calculated that health
I in for
since. was quit
more methodical painstaking, fadiifatlgable thirty large walnut kernels; contaf{ awhile and seem to poor be growing worse ....$ .........0..... 0.

worker could be found to as much fat as two and three-gifa My nerves were all unstrung and I e $

.to the national capital than the tor, pounds of lean beef, and :yet th. rested so poorly that when I got up lithe
morning, I all tired out. My
: was ;
gentleman who so:diligently: and. abl'represented walnut Is' often' used as a -supplemerto appetite was poor and I always felt '
the third senatorial dli. ) a square meal! languid. My daughter finally procured i WireFence.t :

riot In the senate ot Florida the put. -- .- a box of Doan's Kidney fills at
& Go's and :I ,,
McGeachy Drugstore $
tour: years.:" $ ,'.,,
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: ,
began using this remedy. The contents .
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Flattering Vote In Holmes. .' ". -..:. @
t Wood's SeedsFor of the first box did me ao mud .. ",
.it! "Col.. W. W, Flounu>ys' formal, ai good that I continued its use and be __ .._ : _,, AM

nouncement for congress from the fore long I was in better health than I] V '. '. + .-. ',. "" .
( district ia double-co. 1912.. had enjoyed for years. I feel that 3 I \ ,: _',, ,. \ )91
:",r Third; appears owe much to Doan'a Kidney pills I "- ,
I umn. .form ,In this issue'of The Ac Our New Descriptive Catalog For sale by all dealers. Price 50 9 ,f .' ." ', .' .5 ;3e

,rertlser, and we ask our readers 1 to is fully up-to-date and tells all cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, ,. .7"" .. ]
'"jlook,It up.. Colonel 'Flournoy: Is n about the bestGarden New York, sole agents for the United ,t .. .. ..._ : .. .",,' '2-1

,.:, '.tr&Dier! to the people ot. Holing. States. 51 \ Ii'' _' "- H.., f I

and there 14 doubt ,that and Remember the name-Doan's-am ... .. "
:'county no I
.he',will receive a very.nattering rot I :Farm Seeds.Every .. e.NOTICE,1'OR 4 \ :. 'f' ,

in:.this part of .the district"-Bonlfa. ;: PUHLICAT10N. 1. I .. .. "
Adfertlser. I farmer and gardener Department of the Interior "it.. I '(_ .

.' Platform Clearly Defined. "' I should have a copy of this catalog 11,8:.. Land Office December at Gainesville 16. 11)11.Florida, .. "1"1....-.-.....- "' .,, ...""' ,:. ... ...-...._ ..'_ .._..... -"'" --..............- .
"Wm.. W. Flonrnoy: has anounce< which has long been recog- Notice Is hereby given thai. .lohn D. e .
nized standard authority, Harrell office address t liUrnenhaaa ', -
as a
elsewhere In. these columns' aa a can Florida
'Udate- ;for' congressmaafrom the for the full and correct informa-. .of March, 1911, (file \In did thin., on olTlco the Otli::;worn day] : Just a word Farmers and Fence 'Builders: :

district. His announcement 1 1. tion which it gives. Statement and Application :No. 084(3(1( too .
Third the NK of 8W# aocl.lon 34,
\ purchase '
. .. forcible and' his platform clearly: d<. We are headquarters for Township 1 north Ranges 15 west., 'Tells Ten'Car :
', fined. We shall have the pleasur Grass and Clover Seeds, Seed hasnee! Meridian and the timber thereon. : Having made a deal for Loads
., under the provisions of the act of June 3.
of'hearing him speak to the voter Potatoes, Seed Oats, Cow Peas, 1878. and acts amendatory known us the
'dfurtng 'the :&mpalcn.oracevIUe, Soa Beans and all Farm'Seeds. "Timber and Stone:: Law,'1 at such vain I : of the Best American Steel Wire' Fence, we :
.. aa mlabt be fixed by ap rah"enwnt., R nd \ '
Advertiser Wood's Descriptive mailed that pursuant to such application thi 4fr in to make better prices e
-:'i" An Able Legislator.. Catalog land and timber thereon have been ap. are position you .
free on equest Write for it. praised Three Hundred Twenty Do I-
,y'In 'thi Issue ,appears the" an Ianthe. timber estimated ae I.OOO( : than before.
I ': 'v' ..'. nbuncement of Senator, Flournoy: foroongreeaman" T. W. WOOD O'SONS, board feet at 13.60 per M.. and the lane ever e
*4O.U and the land bas a distinct value of \ e
from: the Third'district. Seedsmen, Richmond, Va. II.oo per acre for turpentine purpotmn;
'..v' ., Senator Flournoy lives -at DeFunlal k that said applicant will otter final prow S Be sure you see us before buying wire ,$ .
In support of his application! and sworn
'Springs; and. lit cona1dered'one of the< statement. on'the 28th day of February,
'S .trongeet and: ablest member' of the 1012. before the Clerk of the Circuit Court : elsewhere._ It means'mO 1 Y' saved. :
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: at Vernon, Florida.
In West Floi-lda., He 'has reprefntedhis '
bar AnT person-Is.liberty to protest this .e
': district la. the state sentatd < purchase before entry,or Inltiare a contest S.

on, the floor ot,'' the senate demo filing;! at a any corroborated time before affidavit patent In Issues this, of"bj : Chipley HdvFARQUHIAFl :, Coyila' :

,. o trated. that-be was aa able a legit' Ude, alleging facto which would defeat

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:' .\die U 'a v rr'ablen: and has soul Ed: fee paid', Kexlster. Vly'YtT y1Y'WW Vlr'YU'VIyVD'yp'..........'Ili'VY"WlY"Vlr'v1Y' i'

"at? to epare, It was!, he who threw 'NOTICE FOR PUB LICATI N. ,. -- _._--
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thecauntJet. to Governor Gil,
dawn
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Department t.hlllnterior.
cbjist. : In the last session and'for. aev. U"-S. Land Office at Ualnesvllln, Florida! MACHINERV, COB .

'J ll days had .diplomatic relations ot January 27. 1912. 431 Day'Street.JACK80NVILL. '
,er Notice Is hereby Riven that James W.
', b8lween"the.mate and"the governor'i. 'ippin,'of Sexton Florida who on May ., FT, L.ORIDA;
office/'-Havana. News.bBtipr The simplest lightest running, fastest 19tO. made' Homestead Entry, Serial
and H of ..
No. U6800. for >i Largest stock of Machineryin
'
built millth
mill -
saw ever a 4.Townsbip
MonumentFlournoy cutting
em. Court 'Building a SVV#. Section 1 north Kiinjto
,. ..; 'is cover ,th< t you eau buy at the right price and West, Tallahassee Meridian, has tiled Florid for saw. mills and
: goingto with which yonean make big money, notice of Intention. to make Final Commutation '
. whole district'several.times'and hopei' .Proof to establish. claim1) to the ,, planing mills.ARQUHAli.

to talk to' every voter face to face anddespite It's all in the Tgylor Feed Judge land above at' described Vernon, ,Florida before' the on the County 6tu. JVtACHINERY

Harry; Floyd's. Joke on himin'Which'It Every; mill fitted witbT Xr.caI>fo drive lay of March. 1912. been built for 57
bas
year;
witnesses. J, W.
was;Insinuated that Flournoyj setout attachments' and adju.table'Idle Claimant names all :
Improved carriage-backing device Taylor.T. W, Jobnar. Taylor, L.Godwin S more built today than any oth-
la.cold .(witchFlournoy'says, : was Is quick acting and a time saver. all of Season,. Florida, }
.' H Chubb, Let tell why.
'the1 senatbr's friends Henry :: er. us you
1L' good one), Made In all sices, portable and atationary. -' Ed. fee pd. Reltls er., .
know that the levy who do not kllo..w ; ..,. Send .catalog and.price.
him klreday: wlff. fled; him a most We manufacture Engines Boilers, NOTICE'FOR PUBLICATION;
: ,
\ Shingle Machines, Cut-Off Saws,Wood Department of the Interior,, -
.. frlebdly'kind of a fellow;' if the cola I Splitters, eto., and do Foundry; Work. U --S.-L.and Office at Ualnesvllle Florida

nelt.haa ever appeared to be' cold ai IIwasbecausehe WriM lot Information ae.d.Mallory and,;press on mjtiiluj: : given January that'tVllliam 20 1912.hotlcelg'hereb T. The First National Bank ,
you
busy. He Is
.; ] was j & Taylor Iron Work.MACON Farrlor of EconUna Florida, who. on PENSACOLA PL2Dcaignated '. I '
'. able, attorney with a large practice< :November 16, 1910; made Homestead Entry .OF '"
business 'ha. 110t! f oa. Serial No.07071, for NE#. Section:: 14,, '
and ln the past' his Township t: north Kange 13 west Tallahassee Depo.ltary of tbe United, States.,
per IttsA"inlttgUng-to.,anr Cal' .. ) Meridian baa tiled notice of intention .'.
.; have always to make Final Commutation proofto Bank In West Florida.I .
with the people who 'Oldest and Largest
degree above described.
land
the
establish claim to
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I OnGANxzJJ; :;:: :) J''U'x.y :. :iseo.
In his heartHis Clerk of tho Circuit .
had a, .warm place, ; before the A A v
SPECIALDays Vernon, Florida on the 88th day .
of DeFunlak for Court .. .
Record ii mayor
; ot February. 1013. : Capital Half Million Dollars. 'o
two Aerms and aa senator from' Wai Claimant names as witnesses; J. W. ,
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1or'four prove) : CaqIor,11.Li. Walslnorbara. Louis WalsIngbam Surplus and Undivided Profits,'8}IOOOOO.. .. -
'ton. 'and Holmes :years 14 WlllirTaylor, ,ali of Hconflna, '

l'that. He amended a bill for the pro Florida, '> Interest Paid In Saving Department at Rate of 4 per cent per Annu .
S. Chubb
Henry
t tectlon of certain labor organization ) '
Offer Ed'! ;fee paid. Register. :. i
i so. that It applied to all unions; whlctthis THe F1rt t'Nutloirn1 Battle
will make him strong THIS Notice of Election.
friends ,wiy. OP PBNSACOLA..
'&bor 'He."Is credited with securing PORTABLELAMP V rnon.Fla. Feby. ft. 1012.At ,
It.Wth meeting of the Board of Public W. S. KBVSBB. Vlca-Preit
a
municipal water light and sewerage W. K. BVBK. JK.;rfiwKlent. ....
A. Cmlilur
Instruction of Washington county, Fla.! W. J. FOHBEH CaKhlnr. THOU. NV. nNt Ant.Caabler W N. KOBKHTH.
'for DeFunJak while mayor: and i old at Vernon Monday, February Kth, ecori-i -K. C. Ur:nt, W A. Ulount.V..8. Keywr. Wm. H. Knowles.'' W. K.' Ilyrr. ,,
Mild with Leon,bj: FOR {913, It was ordered that an election be W. .. KorlMtt." Knowlu' .Hver. Thaw W. Brant.
has glade himself leld at the usual voting place In tne townf '
{ .'dadd 1Dc"' a' .bill\ for the erection ol HOME;; > Chlpley on the 5th. day of March, 1012. ':

the handsome Supreme court build STORE' laid It was election further be pubs ordered l irbed that each notice week for of High Class Saw Mill Machinery. c\ '

tag aC Tallahassee, which anchored four successive week prior to Jl arch Sth,
the capital In this end of. the state OR. 191Z. In the Chiplev Haoner\vllo weekly We ca 'ry'atou., new warehouse, 4J)!!
blngton
for all times This will unquesUonably OFFICE; new.paper''pJ1.bJllbed tnuntyf. ...1.... and/having a general clrcu and 410 East Bay St., a large stock 6f-
the dl.. atlon throughout the county. Portable and Stationary EngineaLocomotive
l help him 3throughcut' The purpose of said election U to elect and Horizontal Return Faun
*' trlct."-Perisacola' :Evening" News. 5 12.48' three trnnteen. and to determine the nil m- Boilers; SawMillsF'laners' 1'dgerw.y .
F Flournoy of peFunlak Uu xsr of mlllH to be assessed and collected Saws Belting and Mill Supplies;al"uiEg4d'
"Senator for each of the succeeding two yearn In engine and saw-inlll repairs. 'Ve all) -ur
meiL. He' baa
J one of the brainiest pedal Tax School District No. 11, which'III handle the! celebrated'line of HIJH'fLER. -
for the United 400 =3 KcHnr COMPLETE hereafter be known as Special: ) Tax ,. 'AMREI.t :
been mentioned VANCE. -
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t represented his count This Lamp is handscTmely Inspectors and Clerk: A. L. Wells, T. I ERIE, L FFEL. TAYLOR end
press.' >He ,has for L. Richards. C. E. 'Tharp, Inspectors, I SOUTHERN Engines and Boilers, PERKINS Shingle Mill-Machinery. 'Rpcc1at -
fjr. Walton In the state senate nickelled, height 29 'inches'; ib, Standerfer... Clerk. Stave Machinery for Turpentine, Plants. "'' -.1 .*. -. .

two 'tek n., and was recently: given equipped with, automatic setf1- Attest .O*>B, BUSK. Chairman.- Large stock carried for immediate Shipment. Getour prkea'' Detore.buylpg'e < !.', .
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.Murance that If l1e would, run again cleaning needle globe and B. !'. Gainer Secy. A Co. Mupt.:: /' can save you money. A postal will bring our Traveler.' 0Molsby "
office be would have no :: Write for literature covering,your special.requirements:

,1 opposition for the;same and taiHcaUons are that he pump. Usual price 2200. FOR SALE.-40 acres of land,334 Machinery, Co. .

1 I would have been chosen president of We have the best line of Marities rules from Vernon; any reasonable LOS &:: 410 E. limy St. Jacksonville. Florida.Long .

'fe Florida.senate; but he aspires to and supplies in the South takes it. This is a good op- Dlstano Telephone No. 8'7.:.

higher things and. today announces at lowest prices. Estimatesand
from this district, Free.- p ortunlty to get you a home. Ap- I. O. OfF;: NOTICE. "
congress advice 40
tor expert Orion No.
Lodge, ,
office. _
assurances )ly at Banner
He has received so many a Until further notice
feels confident that IMS. -sa-fc-* F. A. M.Regular No.56,
of support, that.he : "' Cbipley Lodge
Standard Light.Co.
SALE.-About 60 stands S
It Is 'hi."duty: -to tUIl."td make-the FOR Communication. Second I; O. O. F., will meet at 7:00 p..m.
and serve will -be somewhat of Italian Bees, in patent hives; Saturday and Fourth Friday night' In each Monday evening. 't-

.f a-ce sacrifice for Senator Flournoy: ,for ill EAST BAY ST. j.- cheap: for cash, or will; trade for: each VisitingBrethern month. 'cordially- .- Invited.W. By order of tbe Lodere.W .

he has a large 'legal practice which ,JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA :ows beifers creative ewes. -C.S. L. TAYLOR, .W..-M< A. McQuAOOp, N, G.
will have to abandon If he goes to W. JONrtS Bec ", S. B, JUDSON, Secy. ,
f be can"sty PEAS, Chipley, Fla. : W. ; ...-
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H W' TO* FARM PRdFltm- RA I) .Y1I Ovrrw Ot tt, .HAVF' TOL'!)'\\IRO., b'1klMf'FkONl"LlO f

hi" Why .. M"IathlYtttii'l: ithiPlNlterCaa Lofty Mwntirei'
c b..rvator1..n
"In8.00n Did. Net Writ.8hakiflp'iar. If They An. 1t
StrtwK'' : :

I: fti, addition to good.. Sound Judgment, the next a 1idf.ortrr'of.th@ .r, -.'.'Playa. I Often Built In_thai r Mtew.I ..ff'I

r I \ B. H. Sothern contributed. irr'-'- I rthe greatest danger r7w ,
: Most.Important Features to Profitable Farming TC't e
tide the Sha'keajSeato-Sa"
on : "great mountain obserratorie 1$ from?
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\ Have tike Ilignt Kind or Farm Impleinen S: con controversy" in the MunseyV: He' Jightning. nit was illnetiabt"y.ar :.
"I recall that when a
I8Y8. in part: ;,-when'the? obfle .toiy'summit' +A+A'I,{fie
with father in London lone I I
boy
my Blanc wasone atluckr t.
y '; ,/ The various lines of Farm Implements t i that' we han'd'leare made with a vie of etliciehcp: day picked up at an old book shop a'paper of Mont bdly thatiw.haanince'tHed

I 'Theytacenade: : by men who have spent a'life time in the study of farm ihiplem'eh'ls' 'and'"' most iWred"'Yohim'e1 wHich .borw e' man was' Injured; .

:the requirements of the farmer. : u ,...'... .. '. nSustiiaf cover''design.' : JM* the'I I Thei'rearenenfor'. WstdicogeKertiedideft :

.J 1... For instance,. the .Wm.. JT. Oliver...Plow js, ,constructed. along. scientific principals, meeting'all. enter"was a huge ,kettle, under i. Tfigronna4it.frMUl'olClJl! .

i' {the necessary qualifications\ for ttse,proper, tilling} of the soil: ".. ?';/. > 'which was'a-roarinfir. Emerging' andif"'i9f: iaVbatfreondaeto<' ttettt--!+

," ";. ,.''I And there'IS the Brinley: lireoHof implements t such'"ala', Stalkr! gutters,- Dlec'II'ahro"Ws'j!!f' Sl&l"' Wad Ctolt"1lre' 'and' sKaSldirs.k!ttte1nJShaliespeaWs Above !uus"ce! itf.: 'fcFiia"patticnlar'abdildi4 "i dcntMifod

; ,. Plows, Cultivators<< PJantersrFertilizers, etc., absolutely.and: wtthoutexception"thebest ; bbtd'"in thia'snbwt TTlze'tribf
"" that time: money aid]laSorcan produce fnr'efective. t work;, ,"" } I II jiign bulging;wad Shake aide peaje's;.of the .namandthe kettle; bore wag 'c o is''ed"witlf"oopr' Plktl' ;'l fat,,.
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the'copper" is1 not to ba bldaied''Uie
-Brinley, Stalk .cu't'ters. ... the' words 'boiled downIn' short,. building:'was struck by J Itghtlti-lil'in
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'; ; 'Sh1tl'Hp ate'Bdilect D6Wtt"'W41'1i1it. ;jp 'wh>f8 l :building.! and l Before J
contain iBiirt\t! .
tie book iig-orJer
KNIVES-Are''in'de"'bf "
tie ..best'tool .
ppt on.. ,
'pper pras :
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of the. An earlier
steel and carry a j ood'edgerFRAMA11 plays. owner Another Mont Blanc-observatory,
the enthusiai-
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built-in-the snow, was struck a few
II steel.
tte Bavonianhad d- rtiir-)BapehtlrtWgtf'tfi ] ,
.. l'-firSt i*1M 6fTi dale' years agowith the resutithafnail*
steel
WHEELS-High equippedwith were;'foirge*'together;. This'-wwoin'
dust'pfoot !boxesT; .three wpm' m \i iuaff tKe*title read spft&Sf'a' Hghthingrod sttpplied th
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jled
d-wfre'cabte'td> .'roclf 390 yards ."' .y.
DRAFT SPRINGS- -ThVe p.iHlon 4-r nhW J1oM ,J'jJilr.6d.
I' come 'the draft, equaIfziDfcsotberfe* i irt3'nW't.ttm :': t1 T k lbnt 1 In1 '' tf'of addition lighting
rods e'ahocks 1 4ontlnued: On oileoccasion '
is'no jerk caused by the motion of the opinio ,
..., cylinder. 'IfW noni fSl"N' 'd 4ll nosh arvisiting" guide reportedjtKat' !
I .' I sense It is utterly. Impoflrtble,hat} ., for I two hours and, ,a lisllQ&ewatclfed .
.: 'STROKE-iye DnnTey7Ti"a'a; ..chop Baco3Yi'tt'the pirysythat the sicYeTwo'SM : "nKbpns of'flre pasaing.horizontally _

; ,. stroke;' 'the only successful way to 'I I fo'htfd'1eAketunti;:: Pdf across one of .the-;rooms*'; H;,..
cut .stalUs.Hb'OKS. I dkia l" -BAc: 'Hittl'h"i. vtf ;eFdfllher'fiiit111ese'"g3e Notefar from--tbe &'fa'another ob-"-

:=;For rakTH the Ls'ti11t.Y' ih 'T'ake'eiy"1in .thttt ''Rn-lItory.tba' 13 years haraerer

I line are' made.of s'prin steel, I h c"" g'''down: Ib iiI'froiti' tfiTtdlaj 'been< touched'by lightning:' Instead

; raised automatically' l thecvlinder.a'tiid"at : o Shakespeare:1W*J JiJit' sad'you. cant"lay ?"of Btftfg .1Mittp1ftp'the' snow, it>restidirectly1
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bbrflfir\ rock. Its'copper roof
I lour.epger on a word or phrase that
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The BRINLEY will cut more stalks i in the'same time, cut them cleaner'and with less laboron can be twisted* ,< pinched' or- tortured .;dada tnl'stdVeplpe are'connected -
.Af* \ k .taiUt .. [ wftJ?tiietfghtnlng l 'rb4fi; from- hUb .
into fee faintest} fifiat BacojjTJjfta "
the.; part- of. the manor! beast than. any: other stalk'cutter the'market.. Perfectly bala'cce i) 1 d'; thfe sujjgeslion tlr.of.the! ; : plati ;;cpnductor3>lead dow'tf into-tha'rocliand .,;
the ;
no weight on horse's.neck when in use. .h. .
which are credited! -ShaJcespeark' are asfeiled'o hem:.. .. .,.:!.,;-
All the information' you' want,regarding:' Farm: Implementsby t applying to us' i in"peVaSn" d MK trlldr/f11' reap anttiordHi l ciiuld lia; ebeetkt"1'eecret'tP'o'6'fdlSd .> assn,.. )\ .:

.writing." Catalog. for the, asking. Write or call soon : "fY gALWAYS I'm4ete OfcEMNMB: : $UMklfR'DItINKB.' ":;:,,.
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Southern 'Hardware& Sup jty'"e tifo.nr Iexplicab, --thd: t jatSi: 1Afa\ one Braced1. .

\ toe'El p. -...........- y -"""'-- self finalher with ".
i < -. for of"tpoo
". St. Louis & Water Strees Mobile I Ala, .t I fdVinla/thAC; ; ta to Plen4"l pid

: ;' -... -,0" >. i T \ .. ,, t *. ,?.+.,u+i. .i.-..-... -;" .' LATE fire wit&'to Jn.it.; : In this respect. ,

. .... ...._...... ..-.. '. '" eienoe-- la ..bringing about- potable
.. ,reform, However .tbe d otor :may
,be' ditlded aa tafthe harmf uln w.of
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., alcbbol in general; .they- are agreed
7 ;T titr that If D 'Hot" the, thing for -.hot.
:, we fher,; and''' these who are nottits
'nti 'arfunY'oid' IP at rtsthTtie

t m'D:' fl4ybf '(He' ifllnt 'JttMp,
N a 'tN.il1Fitibllhy'1fd'buret
iab
"pegs" -
1 t* be" especially c comforting"

Mri r weltKer' hast passed, -find' _the
world ialearning'that: the & 'thing
itbbut i1ie n'ti the
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i FEBRUARY 1S-19-2O Bejpublicaji.:
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"Let Pull Care Go Astray." PEACE iiNt 9DOf WILL -.

Everything New I 1' ..
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They merry-making festival Mi liras==*etched I' WIi.t'
\ held in the Sotith in many years. i Mi*, Oreeri uhf ref iI to muchto' have you been dprng Ant ln the

Grandest MardI Gras Ever.. her lafe wKffflb'a> he been,dead? Choir '
:Boy 'i'ea h jKdly
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Magnificent Street Pageants. Amusement MJ' Wile=Ire \ '
Ifin'e'tfeafl. Ha
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Attractions .. to slug
galore. Conf.ttl111I N. r liiwun* Ck' .MK going .,:
You.will have,the bulliest time.o; your life. newspaper man ana never; gib' Bonetill "Peace- and .Good .Will" ingteadaoftrite
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FIRST CLASS HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS Ir very. .late. .., at..ni g'Lt.. .. __., '. for nothing l--London:; Opiaioo.
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Thla ancient city of Bpanlah Legend and Romance, which bra at av. \ ". .ai-----p-: =- L5 r ... ... _;.1
difTarmt times In Ita hiatory acknowledged allealenca to the flaea ot flva
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different nationa.invltea you to meet King PrUcua Feb. 18-19-20 ; : : ;" ,;itiJ.TJt
i Your Railroad Aerent will tell yon about the Cheap Round Trip .. J
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[Excuralon Rates from your city which will ba on aale Feb 18. '. >-,
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5- 5 THOSE GORY'_STUDENT' 'DUELS man in charge of the Ilirschgasse ia( LIN'G: :':E'rE Jidf WdMt W ...t.( .

f -'t.: 'f r.eh' Chicken Blood Made It :Easy to dueling blood place on-the sprinkled zincsjloor fresh to chicken be in- Several ;Hl':to'plc!I l stance*." Rf .thl{ .I .>' You . "it -

Satisfy th.-Curloalty of time for the next ,Fair- Sex Meeting en'the Field' ,can'tx 'et. .W&: bfet:'cotton,+ opa 1ln->'
er I Towrlete. parlyNew'.York l*f Henor. Jess ydu s\ipp1y the vfeH i
I'S'S ,Tribune. ; best-jflMitfoodi! > A y H'ot

I'' -', ..' .-. ..Speaking of -the bloodless duel -Ao If J.l1e.t.r.rJ.! -r-Ly could induce. f to F 'tiHzcr.haarltfe f<*>( ifl" a'fdfrdf'Tht:! dour, pl fitS ". ,
'this'fb&i
which was "fought" last week between HOME. THRUST Toulouse> editor '*to rccep't'her? ;cnal-i } 'can"'ufe; > lrt >S_, "r, T ("ffie:'-"*st' gr uvav*' v* "-:':_

II I Professor Langerin and M, 'fr 'l i'g_ the JwOTiatpd TW tie. 'fretErQnchwomaii ; in' terIal : and it'is so [nelyjground and. .'tKbrbugKly :*
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1 Thery, ,a newspaper man, a New to fight a diiel.. 'hen'dueling. mixed, that 'ev ry ohAfce of .fertaizer: ,haa just the .:;! .
I York physician. who, studied at Ileirt Jf."--ltcJi1: ::8ame amount of plah-fobd in it. '

del berg,, said! ;t "In my day.early, all p. j3 that I/ruin XTII.;; took meaaiiresppt to: "' Andther. thiifg,. A.r'IBb: r F pu&on'hy.W'a's' :
}JS;" duels, except those fought by ,.stu -it dI.'t' ',,"!SH,, &?$&. & .t t.J! i vSA
;'. dents, were of the same kind, and two ladies of the court had met with: the *. '* *
.. .,,-,- just because these were the 'real pistols. 'The. 'Jdng'' iTugnm'gfy* '18 id.. ', '!rater Guli al*- 4MVttd ?- 'J{ /&-

.; ; thing every American tourist as ,he that his' pr6hibltiofi"ap1blied'bflly tos, -. -. '.'- .. -0-. ? '' /...
; :T.: fame, to the old town wanted to see ) men.. In the following''century tire:: .. "So"r'I.; ,;'! .. ,

; ," :'' .an'.encounter* If.you area beep. here Marquise'de'Neate and.t eh'p'filfease; ; f ...:' .,,

,. ': yesterday<< ,* the hotel, ''porter would de Polignac, having q aml d'aM\1( 'I' ";''''v'
to the Due de( ItfchelieV l gives splendid results.. TJiis"1 h'o'i' itiar "fnbri t-i
:: : tell them. .voTi a! .seen'one. e3chgec# ; : ;,
-. ,Then be would teethe seeker afterscenes shots'in the Bois de Bould gne: ;Mme: '-cotton::with the''samedrabffn1rof fertniier:. '," '>.'.

:. of gore: ,'Go to. the' Hirsch-; de Ncsle- fired drat and 'missedj i ; 's. WeHt:I have a folder! Teacfy aboutjanuary: .'2. fi: ';';

iF' -" goose meeting place, tomorrow'' andS "Anger aF.8..t! e...,hand tretnble,?* telling: I IoU.ti; ljetter? send ,for >your copy ft's'. .
./ : her antagonist remarkedsarcaatycally free., .' you may get a glimpse of a, duel/ H --i'
... ', .. \, "Bright and early next morning before firing shot:;:'!\hfth l ttrriedl ;

: Mr: Tourist and his family went to T T away part of the,jnarquise'B! : j earl: ; ;Anc : A. R. WELbS ; T

'. : '" the place, -only, to .And that they the marquise' : fell as thoughyj3eafd"( ; Agent.l
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"0 Heathen l Fl
.- The (looking at an Chlpleyz
5 ::;: .place took, them to. the room.,where I newspaper which contains' a picture Chronicle. ,', .- S 74
.' /rr ', ,the .!duel had .&een fought,.,and;'even bf' .football -- ., ,,' .! "
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a ) -What's ? 1frUf
game Ih\1Y.
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"0:; fly : .,showed them drops of fresh blood,on ) American, Missionary Picture of ._" t ;, 9PIt : 'JEk: =R .o tI s j:
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r. : ." the zinc floor. Then the went a
J'f1i ,: party 'Wh the'German'cureiballedsomethingor"otber'bad'r
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a football'game. ; are
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f!;. ,j'Yiffi.: :. .:'the coachman got his.tee; the hotel{ missionaries these' "' "Because ?ed be' : .. ."' : .
: among people 7. Zthel're..uppo to .. .. Sr ,: ; r
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M Tutor by! ;
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Speak Philately LIke tie death a,few 1 aji ago of "Squire"'Y'homas I .
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;:!i.: : '9 f,::t; \ : : I Sixty* : years ago there appeared: ,whose ton-Lancelyn family Green,hare of Cheshire the been. Old fax:,Hall possession England, Poul- : JO'S". : .... .:

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the notice of the dissolution .,- ,". : .,.. '
t newspapers of the estate. since a :period prior: to / .. "
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a scbolastio'partnership
oWa.l lng .r the' Norman conquest 'There 'is in J''
I the neighborhood of London, which I'oulton Old Hall : 1r'T ?
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a mysterious TG' -
B arberw .3. was-signed Vjr one of the teachers. P'QIN. :
Jockpd- room -whichhas? : jiever: beenopened ..I.. "" ',: '. '
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except by. ', ..,
Everything Up-to:-Now. Disclosures of this sort do nbt the Green family 'rhe hall an4 its : .." .' I. .1' ., .'\.. ';'. ." ,,.'... .. ; .'. .. ,' .;. ,
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", Haircutting: ; .'-.. .'.. ....- 2S&; I Jut a northern schoolmaster came the .Green family .have. always re.tained -. .. 1'y... .,' "' ; .",. ,j.\-: .. "....,.., ..," t.

v.. Shampoo.... :: ..o. near to falling victim to effrontery possession 'of. this, mysterious : '/X.
; Massage, .j,.;V<,- .. ... 25c.Hair of a somewhat aimilar character "tieotherday. room,. which,is. supposed.to-contain .Creates. a good' imprtission : -f 'tr:: :: ,>
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.We Solicit Your-Patronage.. Being in urgent need of a tutor; :The last tenant would have 'among'ygar. ; ,.,.cor", ",'", ', '. "" -"!';:,,:...,. .

-: :, Ve Very-Respectfully t. he 'Opened up negotiations with) a .giv Ji'.alt"1ncreased'rent for if if he respondents <<\ndto ., ,helps' ,:, ;:- ',. : .: :
"master: of ]Jap !iges' whose inval 'COuld: have bad atjcesa'td this room ., L,- v'

VV.. D 'Fetelins, Propr.Attprneys uahlea ,:services were' on offer in the or could. have cleared away the mysterious .- give your"*'business''" W; ';;:;\'k.\:.'"
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Careful attention- aTyel11 matter.. entrust :., -Norah, mail? .this post card .: : .
U aft CJLTB. Collect Ions.m.de. -- and while .you are: out} get me three '"--1! ** ". t.:....
Ay-Aye anewefrs pleased the schoolmaster \t < >-' MM.' .. -" :
!f 'Anent for responsible time ,and...Oretastedsuraoce [w 'g uu. : ( 'A 1 :"Beasonablo) Pijix3es. 'r::"
companies." 4I '. : mightily, but he was :>n.j: a'* Fl c. :>,: > .
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:; ; to have, if possible, .a tufcr : : .- '/. .. -. .. : ,3.:." '
I -with '-Flubb-M, .dear, do,you'think "it's '. >;,.. '. '. ... -' ".... : '....r) ... ," .. .. ..<,....-.. ,;\}. ';.:
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MR. LSARLETT: corresponding ; sd.he: '. ; ; '\\,, ":. .
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.". '..YwNQtary. "' Public.. : .. .philately.--'f Rave. .you. uany .knowledge- ;fAbd of to mail'a postcard. We must be .. { Give us' yournext.:: 'ai ler ; .

'. '. .. consider, te.of. otlietaApleceofaannerdainjapnd. ; .. and i. we"'will hive youJperV': : :w .
,.Real' Handled: << track: came' the .irinmphant- -. -' ;; : c" ,
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Collectons, 'a specialty. "Can speak It likes?. native, sir ![" Iain's ,Liniment' and bound to affected parts ,. ; .. ",' :' ".-i. .

/.1 The negotiationa ended abruptly Is superior to aitf plaster: When troubled :making: you one four::: :>i' ,.
"Ofriceln Fir>t.Natl nat.Bank 'with lame baehcv iJl.141.b. side pr, chest y .
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&1 used fur over SIXTY YtRSby MILLIONS of : : "Jiblota .r o'rt cO .
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J' I5UOTHE3 the CIItLI BOFTBN3'lhe-OTJM3 PR'OOF. : .
A LLAY8 all FAIN| CURBS WIND COLIC, and "Because he knows what !s' in,tieback ; '', ,. '] .. > .
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harmless. ne sure and ask for Mrs. of the dic ? "TJ He'l E .
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8. A. BUd of Mason, Mich, will never forget / ; GHu1LEYBANNER: : ; .
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SAY! storm' "It gave me a dreadful cold,"' he ,' '
: writes;that cnaeed eetere-pain In my chest ., .
soft was bard for.uio breathe.. A neigh .

.;... bor gave me &several doses'of Dr.'Kings New t Chipley ; FYa .
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Discovery which brought relief. Tbe. -
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th?. Banner .
+ said Was 6ni theTverge "of ;'pnvumania -

', the term of:itbis. school to. but to continue 'with the Discovers 1 did go .... ... ... .
... and LW.O Lottlee completely cured m4t' -Use .

, oiily.this quick eat, reliable medicine foroough.co .
To. Every White Teacher
ds.or throat or lung trouble..
'/. : Price /100'IftI) $1. Trial, bottles free. Uuaranteed *

.. ..In ,Washin', g'ton: County. by l e. J..'AloOt'ac. r. Physicians : Advise :;. .

A the use of a goo laxatfve. to keep the bowels? open and' prevent': the poisons undigested

Who will send" us.the. news, QUITE. A. 'DIFFERENCE' food from gettinglnto your system. .,, .
The latest product. of sdence la VELVO 1ax'ath'e"Uver"SYr 'p'purely vegetable; gentle,
theirv"com'munitv".each week or ." reliable and of a pleasant, aromaUo taste. Velvo acts on the liver as wtll,asontlie
: stomach and bowels; and Is of the greatest possible'efficacy In constipation i indigestion,
every two:weeks at least,, :MagiatrateDld' -you strike .this biliousness, sick headache, feverishness, O. .flatulence. etc. Try VF 1
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: ':Co resPond nts'niay write"od Prisond.but; hb-made the LAXATIVELIVER

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any' subject; of"general* interest. Magi tratg-- ioWwae: .'that 1 ..

.. .durxjnly* 'equest.is that' they' :-refrain .Pr soiie.r:.j-He .struck ftie'for $5.

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frp'm'asing1 the,name of anypersoliiii flow to''cure A cold fa i qUfesUoni n which ,

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away calculated'tbgivcoffense lala> Cough' Uemed/.hai;: its great rep

I''j': ; V.' ".."..'.". ;!. ate fjonany:! .immense; ,'| le] )v..Ita.. .remarkable The New York World We promptly obtain U. 8. and Foreign <

iti; ,! cure of oolda. It can always be depended Eedition.
Thrlce-a-week
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f:7: y. ,Ii ,J/'' '" --' J.: '" ,.).. ., \ .... .r.. -**- <. .1 In 190S a paper 'than It has' ever dead model,sketch or photo ft InTtutton for
i *-i been before, and It has made Its arrangemenfs /reereport kortree toolate >
paierttabllJty.
'I 1 1Front; : :.y u. A. little more than three years accordln lf. Its news service cov fflngADEWARKSOpposite I : ""n

.. ..,. hence there will have been a.century ers'the entire globe and It reports every $

i .. ..' .' '> '---r-.J ofvjpeacjLjtgtw.eeq$ ; : the'/Anglo-Saxon thing fully, promptly and accurately. It ..

:We waht'tlierWew: :? tfDiL you say thai Jack told y<$,!tt, racj a ThfibJsrar: of iQ12jr&a, ; the last Kood Is only'paper 0.8""a dally and, note-which dally will which keep Is you as i,
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t he wanted, to marry "me and settle conflict, and the treaty,of Ghent was as completely Informed of what. la' happening

', ; down. fr'- .i-- ratified by the United States and tlirouRhout the world. ; U. S. Patent Office
Willie-F think he1said'> it 'waiiO' treat Britain on February 17, 18J.5( Tho Thrlce-a week World Is 'fair In its 1 WASHINGTON: <

j 1w. L. DOUGLAS settle up. It its suggested that there be spin political l reports. You can get the truth : ,
f. v from Its columns, whether are a Republican
you 6O .YEARS
of tie hundred
commemoration .
,1 ..oq,*3.5.0,. 4.0Q ....;., between or .Democrat, and. that. '\\f what XPEJIENlrC
yes'itf Englishislaud-
5'.OO of'"peace you wunt.A .
AFFINITIES: BXPBOIKNOY.
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4,: 1Pt ,. ttule ;,:;tb.idea special> : feature of the "rlfrlee.a.w ck
SHOES.. .' ls.r .. :4elulties and Love most
like the is
eiid smallpox: lrooi : .;! rT d the Itpnljllshcs novels by the best authors In
4llRlhe N ; .; dangerous when you take it the'nat:; #: ? iho.World, noves>s whlcn In book form sell

tt) II... ; ural way. Those made matches; e ; 1t- ;v'ej>Beeit>.dispo.sed for$1.50apiece. and.HI hlKh standard (In TRADE MARKS

: : f "S jr.: .' which heaven is. supposed to havfc a of wlthoutr4tSOrtt.Tius, giving*.*- this respect will be maintained loathe fut- : DEMONS

Shoes hand in when unmarried suranha;: ny' which; -may hereafter Lire as In the past. COPYRIOKTS AC.
placing an
':'I- arise'will The Tbrlce-a.week World's' regular Anyone moms'skstnb and C!
be peacefully'settled whether:I::
man's Quickly. sscsrtitln our opinion I free aoInvantlon
}? $2.00 ; property the neighborhoodof subscription price is t only $$1.00 per year probAbly qqlnhet'ommunlra.
and furnishing an example of Anglo- U..n..trIetIYco""donU."NDBOOK. 011 i'ateut4
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and ; an unmarried woman which des- and this pays for 150' papers.We, offer sent'roe. Oldet aaeney 'o"urh"u.at8Ut.e.
t Saxon love :of that should ..beof' Filets taken through Muno A Co, reoolrstftdot
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fs peace .
: $:1.6. tine two! peopletu'or: ""eachother in thin unequalled newspaper and The,Banec nottct, without ob.......In the
; life ..-heir inestimable, value. The one-hun ,'together for one year for II.6.TI '
r$;r '' dredth anniversary of, peace among regular subscription prlan of the two papers
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W. L..Douza sho the lowest fri J.d.s'q t agreed l'1JeT.1ldo.\ A ha.daonielr Illtutroled weekly. tersest clreulatloti
: i u are : Is *3.00.( : -
I -r!tirice. quality consid.r.d, in the world. I verb Neil:;.theyf;avere>J&deJt.9 T-:.eachother' the English-speaking people, shouldbe. : rt four of months any efttontlOe,$1. Bold Soarnal.Terms brail n* r.d : ';.'TIa..r excellent style,,easy fittiaff,end Jtfiese'':ant' theirlild ::casea oftbe'maladyl ,commemorated fittingly. It would Ii l Nevy
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11-e 'wearing..qualities excel those of : be the 'conceivable influencefor aCc York
l'etbmabtI.. If 'yea have been paying: C : thisiprtpesa friei&ly; ; greatest .Bra :Ja OM Bt,.Ws.blncto.., : .

I.:flight prices for your shoes the next time I vacoUiaflon'' takes out;.the' poisorf ofthe" the promotion! of world peace-.l
'T*rant need a pair give W.L.Douglas_. I a lesson to the nations that all would !
MjjjBease substituting.. to write tat mr confidential letter before applying CURTIS L JONES
more
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1triaL:; You can aaTsV money on your af> I heed. for patent) It worth money.
r-feotwear and get shoes that are Just as )harmless and l less exciting affection,.,: We promptly obtain U. hand Foreign
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''eoocI in every way as those that hare Charles Lever.seifenterybabIU Notary Fublio State at Larre.t '
en costing you higher .. I HE'WON'T LIMP NOW. PATENTSTtADE _
p r; U you could visit our large factories : and MARKS or aura EN. All business. ; entrusted. to.
.,.t t Brockton-,-Mass. and see for yourself : :I :'No ore ifmptug for Tom Moore of ocb. TIREadirD07'.lie. model ek ti.borj '. '
i jkowtar.fuUy. W' I:,V't.,o II shoe.'11..}. q!. : ,luolf 6f-ontdoorexeeoL a .taD.; Oa. 1 bad bad lOre on my 'Instep FR>)bolo Fg and ropor we oar send patenUbUUy an IMMEDIATE, We g my care will have my prompt.
'it....... you would then drSIdscdend'wJry: : ;ittsuffleicnt JII.&I a..t.lo.n.;,of foodoonetlp: <<' lotbing aeemed to help It till I used !J ek. the beat legal service and a4.w.and. our .
11I'-ey hold' their' space,- flt-"betkr'aa.s tlon, a torpid liver, wor17..and anxiety, nre lena Arnica salve, be write, b,P, thls'wou. ttaagem are moderate. T'I7'". ijttenttou. Fees reasonable-

jtw.sr".'CJA11TIUN-W.1than L.other DonzUs makes.name and prt... Is most common causes of stomach troubles. derful healer soon cured lue. Heals bld SWIFT & CO., ': Can, ,be''found at Post Office,:'

It I r em.sd pot_OK SM the boMomM IntarlorilMMevTiKk proUot the*wmier 1'1. SVB)limlnMib I-< -. ;Corr o' our 'IDite.: take ,Cbnmberlain'. running eor e,ulcer, bolls, burns bruises, Patent Lawyer" U *
'New I'Wr/iI a )Mhci y7!= WTI.e,M-f.. MadOraerCatalog.wa.Douglas [ooq Jbe. well again. JFor sale by AU Pealer t.. E.: UoUeaohT**. ,
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Senator Buell Cook Laid to Rest. ...... ....... ................,!. .................... ,. '
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] Personal. I.IT I Buell Cook, who was inijured ] Town Topics.Why [ Ii'"

in an auto wreck on Monday fitsE ..... .. ... ................... ti

J. A, Sims ot Boqifay, was in eveing of last week, while returning is it some one does not fA" .
Our %
town Friday. from Vernon, accompaniedby handle coal here? Purpos

Dr.Coleman 8pentadayortwoin Dr. Coleman and E. M. Newman Two more mercantile establishments "
died the borne of Mr. ,
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Mobile last week.L. ; are to be opened in 04'
Mrs. J. D. Campbell, Wednesday It is our purpose to handle any business' "
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in Chipley. .
A. Bethel 0 f Tallahassee
evening' about 7 o'clock. "
entrusted such fair and liberal .;i ,
to us in a ,
spent Friday in the City. Buell Cook was one of the most For the next ninety days thing-

lrr; Sheriff" Allen spent Friday and promising young lawyers .in will be decidedly warm from. ,apolitical manner as tp make .. ':,".

r \ Saturday at Panama City. West Florida, and was generally standpoint. the c'uatomer's' relation "'.' :.:..'

H. L. Bowen of the Pinelog admried by all who knew 'him,. T.'c. Jones is now with the S with this ..''.,.... ..
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? His seemingly untimely death is Pelt Furniture Co., where he will -
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,: ,,\\I; "I" .. '( ',..;. A. D.. Campbell spent Fridayat Although a young man, only friends who need furniture. c. '. : and profita te. .:,J.:.

1: :' P .::: ..J' Graceville and Campbellton. about 30 years old, had .made, .a .. ." I ,;'\
: tax betore March
Pay poll
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your :Aside from thefxcellentfacilities offord- .
", County Commissioner S. L. place and attained a reputation I' ?
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j!",, 1:''t :i' Davis spent the day here Friday which might be envied by those i ary. You must pay la- person, ed, this, bank has.the advantage of a S 'large, ..'
twice his
J I t spa'' "'" E. A. Anglin of near'Graceville age. ;you can't send by'someone else. Capital and SutPlu8. ; \ ;fi
r. He had served two
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was one :
'1 't.:/"', terms as Mayor, was State Sena- Get busy and pay your poll ... ," ( ;1
::, '- ". .' urday. tax if wait until after March
; /" '- tor from Washington and Cal- ; you .Th "
F ::: ,: J. D. James and wife of Grace houn counties, and had built up nth to pay them you will be debarred -' \.'

id'io; :'';'-:...,.J<. ville, were vistors in the City an extensive law practise. from,voting in the prima First S I i

orw',.,r':.' ;.t Thursday.. Buell Cook was born in Holmes .- '., .,!.;
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',r : ,.". '. '. Ai Hogeboom and M. L.. Harmon county, and about 15 ;years ago Farmers' Institute meetingis .... NatIonal '.:,'L

I- ,:.r of Panama City spent Saturday came to Chipley, and began the scheduled to be held' here on ., ;:.:;
*, '+ : in study of law in the office of Maj. I \.':
r-JK.yf-'z>4 : ."". : night the city. Monday, February 19th. Attend .Rank of : ,
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:,..:.... .:, Rev. W. A. Bryan returned W. O. Butler. He was"admitt d this meeting; it will no doubt '. (
!\-J:: of to the bar in 1901, and since has benfit you."Uncle". !h
\ ::;.!{ Tuesday from a trip several ChipJey. !
been in ,
prominent the affiairs of
k; ";;' days in the bay countrys.Henry Yatei ,
. : ,:'t.. Gadi one of the .-. .
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"r', Chipley and Washington county.He .
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< Giles one of the popular was a Mason, K. of J*., Odd pioneers of this county liviag-

f. : ...... P. & A. boys spent Saturday Fellow and W. O. W, and: a west of Holmes creek died Mon-

: :5.." mingling witb friends here. member of the Methodist churdu day morning, afteran illness of .
:: To The probaly olc .
few Editor.
at which place bis funeral service only a days. Writs Wm. Counor, the
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,: ".'lO> D. D. Davis candidate for tax
't;,.< : '" .,: ,. S .assessor, is, spending this week s was.held:, conducted bv the pas-. Postscript.-r-IIave: you got your Lots of times the world doesn't Beat citizen ot Washington county -

:''::; \J.J:''S, S 'at Pt. Washington' 'and Santa tor Rev. D. H. McNeal. resolutions on straight? Plant ran .excactly to suit you. :And celebrated his .94 'berithd y

'- ". : .. Rosa.' His remains was escorted to corn, potatoes and something to lots of times', you are sir highly Monday. Notwithstanding>.Mr.

i.?'f''W'L ";\\, S. > ,the cemertery by fourteen automobiles eat. Dohtt! forget that. cotton reduction pleased ,,,ith the' :Way thing are Counor's advanced age, his. ;eyesight -

;: : W. H. Price, Paul Carter, R. H. : and twenty-eight other ; 'resolution. going that you would like i othersto is good and'he never uses'. ,

fI!. -JI ., ... Buford, J. M. Calhoun and,C. 'L.j I It vehicles where he 'was laid to State Superintendent of Public sharein- .your' commendation. glasses to read with., -.;:v.'.
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';mi -M Wilson, came over from Marian1na : rest by loving hands. Instruction Wm. M. Holloway. Write to the editor and make Officers from Panama City

i t':. .. ; .: to attend the funeral ot Buell' Buell Cook has gone from a- last week made the annual apportionment : known 'your knocks and your came in Saturday evening with"

.i "" 'j'. ,. ', .. ,,'; 'Cook.. .,,"' ., ". {- mong us, ,but ,the aroma: of his of the interest ot the boosts.. There are plenty ,of Jive man and a woman charged' with

; manly, conrageoua life .remains topics all the while. Public discussion murdering a at 'Spanish
man
f..7'; '" S S' '" J. C. McLeod spent last 'week I State school fund. Of this fund -
with us as a benadiction and incentive is Shanty Cove, last Thursday. The
.Si! at Chattanooga, Tenn. attending to others to emulate.: Washington county recived probably the greatest .

; "',,;a the meeting o f. tbeC; Lay mens. .. $1300.95, which ia, 45 cents per aid'good' goverment can have. prisoners were carried td Vernon -

: ,.;."" ," ". Missionary .Convention of the j Card of Thanks. pupil, based'on average" ,atten- Citizens should take a more active and placed in jail. Sunday."W. I:
':"t' .. interest >n things that concern
/ Presbyterian church. dance.o? 2,89.1, ,
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:. .. J, Hampton Jones 'candidates our.friends and the friendsof To properly] understand and : 1
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ThevChipley Banner will be
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'x;::,.' : for Treasurer of the State of Buell Cook,for the. many kind- appreciate.the man and religion I Attorney and Counsellor at Law I
glad to publish communications '
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..;': ',; Florida was in the city. Friday nesses shown him and us during movement .it'must beiSpt before Bonifay, Fla. ".. '; i

;;,': it :: shaking bands -with',friends and; his short illness and death.. the mind that {there
He 1 J. D. partments of-, work publicity, -0- .' _
new ones. was the first can-?j Campbell and wite .
,.;,, didate to pay }in his assessment 1 .. .. .. Bible" study, evangelism, missions with the name'nd.a of the .-r will be In Chipley on Tueday
.. ., author;'an.d'must be of even tein- and in Vernon on Thursday of each
1. The Banner social service and the boys.
> to the State. Campaign Commit-1 was in error whenit week.. Your business solicited.

it., ... ee. stated in last week's paper that Its: aim is wide, and its purposeto per..and'.strictly parliamentary.Communications'sbould 1 .

... ., IjMr.'Angus Miller brought Buell touch men at 'ery/point. not exceed DR. R. E. TILLER.

i-t', ...: .. .' E. M. Fender,':who has been in Cook and Dr. Cole man into...town DIED. On Monday Febuary5th 250 words in length. This DENTAL SURGEON .

:'" ." '" a Nw Orleans hospital for sever.. in his...car' after, the 'Automobile editorial.contains 150 words and
Mrs. A. Mathias.,died at Chipley
w ::: ': al weeks, receiving treatment, returned wreck. The accident, :occurred: at least serves to convey an im- Florida
'almost iri front Of her borne at Oak Hill 'after a Office over First Nat'l
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: ;'. ,'. home Saturday; while. he home pression. Bank 0:
I ... y is Willis Moore, colored, and if was inhering and -painful illness of
.: not entirely well, he'.I is much Write to the editor.
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who brought them in insteadof many months Mrs. Matbias HUGH FARRIOR
Jf \ improved, and his! friends ,hope Mr. Miller. '. ,
was 7.1 years old. ]In< this" hour .
t for him a complete'restoration to DENTIST.
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: The "goose bone" '
We direct of his grief and desolation prophets
; :" health.; I I, your attention to_the we
r" :',.. '. '., announcement bt W E. Morris, extend sencerest sympathy to' have scored: this winter. EarlyIn Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty.ALL .

A. W.Weeks,.who, 'was recent who is a candidate for County her husband who.is left to morn the fall they said it'was going WORE GUARANTEED. ,

..' ,: "' lyadmitted to the practise.of law Commissioner1 from, District No.: her death. to.be: a cold. winter tat.Offlce; over Chipley State Bank.

.. ." ,.:; Two. Ed Morrs i is __ -
the court
generally
S 5 .. by Supreme and :who pretty u.
.. has located at Bonifay for the known' over this district,
he having been born and reared
practise of bis profession' ,;was In here. He promises, if elected,'
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.' '::"' town. Mondayand.placed hiscard.. faithful attention to business.
=t! : '" in the Banner.-. Look, it up and coming before the Board

;3..", ., :;v' read it. '. .'' : "j The three best in
... .... I r The B. C. & St A. railroad bas things the world= ,:t

: ::f., Mrs. Walter. :. ooli returnedSundayevening been recognized by the Florida _

". ,:L'.,'.: from I Greenwood. Railroad Commission .as a common And ..We Sell Them.

.')". .. .,. where abebad., been, for several carrier, and that body has ,, ':

>:".,.,:. days with her father, .in.pas',illness prescribed freight and passage' ... "t *'

'; S .' ,.and' 'deatbf.',which occurred' straight rates for one-way the road.passenger The rate fareis for Wm. J. Oliver: Plows., ... Pane Steel Wire Fence. \: .

I-' .,,1' :"..:'. Friday., Her,numerous friends 4 cents per mile. But for a ; .. ,.. .

-...,.; .Y. .'; here sympathise. with her in.'her five-day round trjp ticket the .

,:< :, .. .....,,: '. .. bereavement.ak .;-. -, ? : fare is 3 cents per mile. ,. "t'. ., ..'. .

,;"._ -,' '.:"f"""" .; ,- I I Democratic voters should get '.' '. '

I.- b<' -; ''% -ap. .m'Goiernor'* Cabinet., it well into their minds that the .. .. .

.\>( '. : .. On account of the death of B.E. poll taxes. will have .to be. paid a (. .

:; longtime in advance of the, first ,
McLin and A. C. Croom. there ..'
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in
order
primary to entitle .them .) "
:, .' ., '. .. .. : has. been a .general changing:' a4 to participate in the primaries. 'Studebaker Wagons. .' .' ,.. "
?\,; round>> of-Stateoftic'ers.; This year the poll taxes, in order .' "
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r ,/v.-'. Governor' Gilchrist last Monday to qualify one toot; in the primary .'

:;*: ... :, appointed William. ;Knott. ;must be paid on or before "0
""., the second Saturday, in March :' .t'
.M.:,. :, 0 4
state "
the present treasurer to be
t ." the ninth day of the ,month.. The ; ,
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state comptroller to succeed.A..C. ,I''f .:
one against whom the. tax is a s- .
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Cr om, deceased. i I sessed must,,also pay it in per- Ii \ I'. '...'. .. '. ". '
John C. tuning, of Leesburg, Non.S :' ..
:.. 0' ; ..
.::. who was recently appointed com-J "
('" < missioner; of agriculture, was '. INOTIGE.. ; ?

*':" appointed'state treasurer to'sue-J, ..On 'account of.moving'my business
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r1'p. ,'..'!" ti": '". coed' Mh Knott. 1, to Lynn Haven,I have turn- I ,,.<.lr.: Dunn-Goleman "
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o' Company
'r; W..A. McRea of a ianna1]ed all'my accounts over:to C: E Fl

:: ,. 'now .clerk of the,circuit court. fort j'rharptocollect4.If: ; .pod owe me ,

\, ..Jackson county, was appointed anything please him -
'. see and-. settle A. G. McQUAGGE '
General
!? .. tot Manager.
.' comissioner ,of agriculture same at once.
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.." S succeed Mr Luning R, C. Horne.
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