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Title: The Chipley banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: C. Tharp & Co.
Place of Publication: Chipley Washington County Fla
Creation Date: February 29, 1912
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Chipley
Coordinates: 30.779167 x -85.539167 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
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Vol. XIX. Chlp1e7, Washington.,. County, Florida, February 29th. 1912.. No 3s.,
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fi'I;;.. JOHN 'W.Candidate'. WILLIAMS Choice Cotton Seed for Sale

.' Hasting's New Bank Account ,
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Alexander's Money Maker.
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: BEEF' I want to serve you as Sheriff. men for office because they are: Alexander's "90-Day" Quick

;,':J. PORK, You: 'should want the best service' friends or relatives, and without Crop
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SAUSAGE, Etc. to you years position which they seek... .. ,,
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,t,' '. -FROM. ., ; foot of Washington county. yourselves and stand for the up-, ( '
"} -i<; I stand for upbuilding of a : building ojf' your county. '*"

: ;} CITY MARKET-, high standard of civilization. I am in favor of an administration -

'j;$! PHONE 'IOR. A man to successfully execute that is clean and fair to all, wwWW-
; In the Little Building: the law must have in him the and no special favors to any one;
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guarantee you good, your stands. You can't separate a the same with reference to our. ____ .
: :t prompt service, JIM SKINNER, Proprietor.. man's private character from his ; public officials. -.i v .
official conduct. His personalitywill I shall be glad to meet you,and T. H. CALLAHAN. Propr.MM

,M y.: manifest itself in the con- tell you all my views with refer- !i I have just opened a barber'%
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-- my discharge its duties, if the :shop in the Dekle old building, on
IRA A. HUTCHISON., Dr., T. G. YatesEye If he compromises with evil people think best to elect merIt i corner west of First Nat. Bank, '

Specialist, forces to secure his election he you have not already ''committed -:'and will appreciate a share of _
Attorney at Law. will compromise with them to !
.. Will be in Chipley at Dr. Wilson's keep in office. yourself would appreciate -;your barbering trade.. I guarantee I
Office at Vernon Fla.. your support and influence :.
office the First Tuesday in April You cannot separate a man's with your neighbors. to give you satisfaction. I

Will practice In Circuit Court of 1912. Consultation'and exami-- character from bis work. Respectfully, Shove lOc.
Florida and the Federal Courts. nation free. We all too (frequently support JOHN W WILLIAMS. : Hair Cut 2ee.

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THE BANNER.IMreeterv SURVIVAL President.. Vlce-Presldeut Cashier. 1

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Newhcr Do. First National Bank. '. i
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M. E. Church, South.-Preaching every ef
*t and Srd Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. biliousness, in- MARIXN\A FLA.
L. U. Cbappelle, Pastor. ,
Sabbath School 10 a. m. W. N. Sheats, In all ; rheumatism,

Superintendent.Prayer Meeting. Thursday nights. ,' rivers, lakes, j hes, yellow Capital, .50000.00 -, '.

Young Men's prayer meeting Tuesdaynights. ties longest etc., are all Solicit Accounts of Banks, Corporations, Firm aao lodhiduals. > !
Everybody cordially Invited. .
language poisons In your Our twenty years experience In the banking business enable us to;offer
Baptist Church-Preaehlng every 2nd habitant. These poisons you the'beat banking faculties of any bank in West F.orida. We also have a
and 4th Sund.,. Rev. Baxterpastor. throughout driven out or fully equipped Savings Department in Which we pay irterest on deposit. Ac.
Habbath School 10 a. m., F. V. Hawk. counts by mall handled as easily as by personal interview. '
Sa:. Wales; and (] may result (Send us your business. ,," .":
[Prayer! Meeting. Wednesday nights.Po land itself ,k .
of them, use F. M. GOLSON, Coehler., ': :
rival of ..: ,; .I
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Office hours 7:30 a. m. to 7:00: I'm.; except
SUDda,.. sections of UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. Florida State College:,For Women., I IT
Cast-boand mall closes at 10:20 a.m on* of these GAINESVILLE TALLAHASSEE ........ '
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West-bound mall closes at 5:10 p.m. has been Superior But Inexpensive _Institution, for .. I
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Mail from Vernon arrive. at 10 : m. I Colter of Arts'and Sciences Normal School.. ., ..
Florida Young Men. School .,. I
bound White ol I'd ullie. School of Art School .-of Ea p. -' _
and leave. on arrival of the east I BioDrSchool of Horn Economics. ,, '
-Draught Four college agricultural experiment station
mall. Indian names Cutrenlty: extensi *. 44 professors mud ....Iat-: First class equipment throughout. Tuition: "
Sunday hours: 11:30 m.. to 19:30 p. UK, place in too 1 ants. 80 per cent IncroaM in attendance last free. Otbttrpep- very; tow. For information!.
address.
Money Orders Issued at all hours when :year. Attractive building and campu For J'
omce I. open, except SUDda,.. names reliable purely catalogue. addiwaa.'. A. A. ,MUPnllEE,PfCfUeat. EPWAID CWBADI.! ;ru dea..

'.T P, HCHKLL P. M uals. If the I'/ liver medicine. -

Oar CIabbiasf ...... dential with the five .......................... & i

range H. Easier, of; ." '
8..II'II'&B and Semi-weekly Atlanta much better. S. C. : 1...
Journal per year 91.75.' lage of -I' headache, says.for: DO KNOW -
IU.NMBB and Thrice .-week New York .
World per year, $1.65. however, bad most of That now is.the time to build that home' or businessbouse dfe .
BAUbnsand Semi-weekly Tlmel-UD- cial occasion I tried Thed- you have been considering;? The present business- depression 2T' .
nand,Uitlsen: per year,$1.90. another and !. has reduced the price of lumber and building materials labot '.
B.4.HNEB and Home and Farm, per year and this better than is cheap and plentiful, and you can.build now for :25 to 50"per .. ,
cent less than in .
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changed from. sells It, In NEt 1907 OR JUNE 1908.; ,, > y .
General .Directory.STATE ville, from >
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OFFICIALS. has bow Thcdford's When you think of lumber orjbulldinfir material think of us : .
Bradford. and the fact that.we have completed,a.; modern up-to-datemill-
Governor-Alber W. Gllchrlst j work mill, and can furnish everything made of'wood. used in .
Secretary of State. -H. Clay Crawford. a building;"from'a111. to comb, and that we can jX. ,
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GeneralPark Trammell. "
Attorney DO IT '
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Com Alfl'lcult.ore-B. E. MeLiln.

Tr.a.orer-Wm V. Knott. Tin sure el Sash Mouldings Framing Bank .
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SUpt. Public Instruction-. .M" Hollo- of art.'I"'" t ,SOLOMON A Doors Casings Flooring DrugStore >.
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Frames Finish Siding Fixtures.:
C. Croom. ,"No, but I '
not written" by Solo- : 1'- r
Supreme Court Thos.- M. Shackleford ii." t brie- I Estimates.cheerfullyfurnlshe&: : Freight paid to'your sta- l
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Chief Justice: At. H. Mabrv. Cler.r.Rr.Ul'Oac1 "How do

-E.-Hudson Burr, art and mere found by' Dr. Ben- i t -, ... -
form of a Syriao MARIANNA MANUFACTURING CO. <
Chairman} B. C. Dunn, Clerk' "I.have a s ,:, ',':
having been lost
Judge first judicial circuit=J. Emmett husband .1.
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Wolfe Pensacola. .
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State, Solicitor: first Judicial clr u 't- C. j: Weekly. Who .1 DISTANCE?:PHONB.B2.! .,_. ..,_ ,J :j. .
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L. Wilson. In terrible the earth arc of the first bodies was a ........................... .

U. S. LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS.H. peril., Nature' seems evident,' for .

S.Chubb,.Register. GalnesvlUe, Fla. dull pain or ,tieths. to .be in. ...

-Shields Warren, Receiver, Oalnesvlil.. kidneys need : extraordinary reti

those dangerous j J, of'Jesus is' not men' Here a Good Slogan for r' : '
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WASHINGTON COUNTY OFFICERS. at once and see I i church?; there are no ra

Circuit Clerk 'W. C. Lockey, Vernon. feelings return. ; j i that can be defi- -

'County Judge--I. A; Hutchison Vernon., eAt from their u.a1ebT'C., \ tmlesa it should be Bigger and Better Business.. ,

Sheriff-O. O. Allen, Chlpley. trouble, write. case of a refer .. .
're&lur.r-H. B. Tllier; Vernon. wook Mich.. It I I '.. .." .....II.II...... ; ,
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Lax Ammor.-J.J. William. Chlpley.'Pax medicine. Try ; J I IWOMAN'S Gospel. k, *
Collector W.' .'Oslner, Uconhna.!: seen what a disturb- DON'T BLOCK THE 'W A YI -- _
Supt. Public Instruction Jj' Gainer, i factor baa been. hid, '.' .
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Supervisor of 11e.lI"nt.lonJ.. W. -Move fast as the procession:"- Take tbe
criticism.; or' .move,,out. '
Gainer. ;Econ a... y
Count IollcltorA. D. Carmlchael. El Kendall, .. 'I'I pace of'the :Company you are iri or make., way, .for- tbe'man." ,. ,

Chlpley. through out ; I aware that' pneumonia. behind., -. 7..', ",,
County Surveyor-Thos. Collins, Cary- the Chicago ; m\a cold', !Jut} .yrfu ''fiever : : "

ville.. Fla so called." in pneumonia wlaeaiI Don't the/way; -1. -: -
I stand.in of new.ideas.Don't '
County Commissioners: went to uch Remedy :was- used .. .. patis'e'm'thepath

J. T. illghtower. Chalrman. ,-Vernon.' where ,she :wheir>Ior,sale th1.rbmedy by'AH Dealers may r of 'better;'system..' Don't' settle?down on: ,the, ladder, ; of:,;

;A.8.'L.C.Davis Gilbert, Wauaao.J. Chlpley.. ever built ----, '. success.: ,". Dort, .' be a barnacle.. ... on the' .ship; .of. p'regress' ::; ';', H. Porter Mlllvllle crossed .. -* \- ,?'- ..<,.. ';" .

l>. F. Gunn Santa. Rosa. : van. of, Nr: Rl U R0. Chanffe'raeansvproerees. '
Progress vancemenU
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School Board ried
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S. J. Gainer St. Andrew. have .. honor, my client: 'ii a Advancement means_ movement. MOVE! :-. '
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W. F, Runs,"'Vernon. .. can't speak a word of .' .,
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CHIPLEY CIT\"Oll'FICIALH-, .. :. /;'know'it was wrong I ". '. "
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Mayor-U. U. Wells. !1" '

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Clerk and Treasurer. W. Cook. : and a dirk," cor- :
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Council-A. D. Carmichael chairman ., _
C. B.Dunn,J. R. C. E. TharpW.
McGeachy "Last in view, of his igno
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O. Butler, Jr. "
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hind me, .who k that" <;he :.be. die.

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The Banner the play in ; said his honor. "But OA/OJWKJ 1 ;-

"Exactly. ;with a fine of;$2."

ous by one, across the table ''U3JpiqD[ flue U3UIOM .103 JSBU3UI jhnn .se .. ''r

I .. performance ) ,jerking his thumb ,-
Jo 'saai.id r'sapri u1 ..nag u
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ty Chlpley' had seen the 8UJ9)Bd A\au jno jo duo 4110 sl slgZ -',:'"<
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'"*> ..r are almost his :'. New I>lfe Pills'com. c 2uigsjuy ails SAS iu ?Eq2

;"'it: .'snd, Florida} .' ,Best constipation for stomach, beaoaoo, liver Q t apEJ9 Bpadg puouretQ jnoui .', ',)0.If," ," .

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utilities in the tate-perhaps in the South. I \USf\U.. .J

Senator Flournoy's military record is one of which he is justly _

proud. Beginning with his command of the Cadet Corps and his Dr. Coleman of Chiplcy was boic, -

Professorship of Military Science and Tactics at the Elorida Agricultural professionally, Friday. -
and Mechanical College, where' he prepared and published -
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the Cadet Regulations!;, and brought so
of that it the best disciplined here one day the past week.
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commended commander to the 'attention and regard .of the and,all farm work Is progressing, alow.
Goveonor (the late Wm. D. Bloxham) that he vas offered, and accepted -
Mrs J. has been
a highly honored position,, with rank of Colonel on the Governor's Tharp 'very sick
the week but that she
-., military staff, Senator Flournoy has retained throughout past 'hope may
:
ti. his""entire later life a profound interest in the military establish- soon improve

.. ment of his native state. During'his brief'residence in Pensacola We are sorry to note that,,Mrs. Glen

be was chosen to the command of one of that dity's finest military continues..... 'very sick,; her, 'condition has,
companies, the Escambia Rifles, contributing largely to its advnncementjs not improved the past'.week., ,
science aid' his removal to DeFuniak
military
011 ; We
are Informed that Uucle Ben 14
Springs be was the first Captain of Company C, 1st Infantry, Florida : suffering with a 6J2 foot case of mfri-,
: ;
'" ."" : r p State Troops, (now Florida National Guard The ,oftlcia( re- els. Uncle Ben is very sick.
," i. : port: ofuhc Adjutant-General< in 1905 very highly complimented the ,
: "if W. W. Owens Sr. of,Macom, way in
efficiency of Company K, remarking that the other companiesof
1 1M the State's, military would maniflest'-the same degree of enthu- town Saturday. Sorry to note that

siasm in attaining perfection as Company K of' DeEunialc, Florida Uncle Willis Is In"feeble health.

could: soon boast of a model brigade. While serving as as State .M>*.-Jernig-an and cb.ildrexi(9f Bon-

Senator hevas ever alive to the value and needs of'the state's mil- Hay Is spending,some,time here with

j itia, taking the lead in the Legislatures ot 1909 and 1911 'in all legislation parents Mr. and Mrs. 'J. Wals-

in its interest, and largely instru mental in securing adequate lugham. i ,_ >vr'
appropriations for the improvement of the State camp site, and for f '
1' ryII .; the expenses of the annual encampments.In Miss Lula Illghtower teacher at
Clemona, came up and spent Saturdayand
190 Col. Flournoy was elected without opposition as State
with her sister Mrs.
Senator for the Third District. comprising_ the counties of, Walton Sunday here :
James Cox. .
and Holmes, and completed the four years' term by service in the

Ry Legislature of 1909 and 1911. Besides being frequently and prom Genial Lee Jones was with us aw.ilu,

inently regarded as a candidate for: election as Presidentof the a short while Frthay afternoon., Lee

Senate be was appointed'many of the important committees of said he'was looking for more valuable

"Ho Will Represent The District-" that body, notably the chairmanship of the Finance and Taxationand mail from Gateswood. :','.

Judiciary Committees, and was in 1909 chairman of the Senate mill
The saw business at this place
caucus" for the nomination of its officers and employees., More teams;'
Wm. W. FLOURNOY has improved some; three or four
comprehensive accounts of his Senatorial.and of some of his bril-
came in the past week and thIngs are
liant professional successes, will be presented to the voters of the
beginning to hum now. ,
Candidate for Third : district at an early day in the pending campaign. *
: j Congress, District, The foregoing meager account of Senator Flournoy's early history We are sorry to note that ferry Wil-

Democratic Primaries 1912 .and jiomparatively brief experience in professional and publiclife cox Who has been suffering with rheumatism -
': crowded as it is with striking and interesting instantes ,and the past five months (la not irm

'- f episodes,;to do full justice to which would require time and,space proving any. Perry is in a: helpless

Biographical S
I gives really but a mere outline of the many: excellencies of his I Rev. W. D. Owens was out from his

The subject of this brief sketch is so well and favorably l known character. Quiet and reserved, vet always untailingly considerate farm at Sodam'for 'a short while ron
of'the'petsonalities and 'opinions of others! and punctiliously '
throughout the Third Congressional District of Florida thatany Wednesday. The parson has gone extensively
extended biography of him would justly be regarded as a "work of courteous in his relation and attitude toward all with whom h'e'' into the nursery business; :and

supererogation. is therefore the present purpose to give onlya comes in contact, he possesses a remarkable faculty of attractingto we think will soon realize handsome, ,
few meager details of his career, in order to acquaint the few who himself the interest and affection of those to 'whom' he'is best profits.. "* "* ,

are not familiar with them, through personal acquaintance or' by known, as well as a magnetic facility in impressing upon others his '. .. ,.. 'If' v" '
reading with the salient facts of his life and work, and the promi- convictions and point of view. These estimable characteristics L. II. Howell of Panama City, Was
for the almost of his shaking hands with friends here' Friday
phenominal
nent features of his character. abundantly account ", success pub-
Senator'Flournoy is a native Walton county,*baying been'born lic and professional career.. andtalkingcountydivision. Lou-
near Euchee Valley Church, December Stb 1874. He was-the He has never held any public office carrying salary, lie has sis a jolly good fellow and made,its u

youngest of the twelve children of John and Mary Elizabeth Flour- never refused or.hesitated to perform a service-public, private or good county officer, lie has numerous. "

noy; the former a native of North Carolina, who atter some yearsof professional-without compensation in the interest of any purposeor friends hereabouts. .. ,
deserving and unable to for such service. And his .. .. ,
residence in Georgia and Alabama removed to Walton coUnty in ; person pay 1 :'

1867, engaged in farming and merchandizing, served in the army of present aspiration for honorable position he seeks as a memberof : A Unique, Political Announcement.,','
the Confederate'States throughout the Civil War and died in 1893, the Uuited States Congress for the Third Distaict of Florida

the latter still living; age /sev ntv-eight years, resides, near her be- may be justly regarded as merely another quite natural step in his i The following 'announcementby

loved son, and receives hIs most devoted care. somewhat remarkable career, Dr., EJ Porter Webb of Laurel,

I Until the age of 18 years, young Flournoy sided in the parental Hill probably stands in a class all

r home, laboring at many homely tasks, and attended the public A.1NMOUINCEMEMT.In < by itself as a unique political appeal -

schools at Euchee Valley Church, Freeport and Summerville. Besides every paper published in the lie ,rights not to foster and promotethe : .... '.
assisting in the management of his father's mercantile business -
r Third district I have interests of any "Individual or To in ; and
he engaged in "the saw mill business, and learned not only congressional the public general
faction contrary to the equal privilege .
how to manage the sawing, but how to run the engines, and to make announced as candidate for congress and jlghts.of others. the voters especially, of Walton

I the necessary repairs. In 1892 he entered the Southern Universityat man. I solicit your considerationupon county. '. i*":,
If you award me this great trust, I
Greensboro, Alabama, in pursuance of what was then the chief principles to be published and promise you my best. I shall esteemit After insulting my own con-
II of his life-the acquirement of a good education. The ,
purpose discussed In the campaign. t am by an honor to represent youand our science and better judgment
I death of his father threatened the defeat of that purpose, but i ii
i through the efforts -self-sacrafice of ,his devoted mother, and instinct, training and study an ardent district only when elected by your have decided to run before, if not

f his own exertions, he was enabled to continue his pursuit ot learn' supporter of our form of governmentwith' ,honest, loyal and voluntary ballot. after, the primaries of this!
Florida and Mechanical at its 'three distinctive and alluring It Is my purpose to give you my ; '
I ing. Entering the. Agricpltural College county forthe most,despied, and l
I and librarian and branches 1, Legislative 2, Judicial; platform soon and also to visit, If time
Lake City, he secured employment as' janitor ; ; degraded office of representative.And .
; later became assistant ,instructor in mathematics. These employments 3, Executive; which should be controlled will permit your precinct In order
to he before to'
together with a small loan from friends enabled him to fin- of,. by and for all the people, that I may have the pleasure and you as myplatformwoufd

ish the full course and he graduated in 1896, with the degree of A. whether natural or artificial, without honor 'of speaking before 'you In ,person be to do'you, .,as

B. He was profoundly interested the military establishment of stealthy encroachment by one depart In the meantime I hope to have other who have gone before me.

the College and served for several years as Professor of Military ment,upon the other or upon the, peo- the attention of every voter throughthe I' feel myutterincompleteness'ai:

Science and 'ractics and as Commandant of the Cadet Corpse. In ple's rights by ring rule factionalism, press-the safeguard and advisor others who you have chosen in

1899 he resigned from these positions and spent a year (making upa Judicial construction or otherwise. of the electors and the l sure precursor the past few' have shown

two-years' course) at the celebrated "Lebonon Law SchpoJ," the "Let us emulate our fathers as men, of civic improvement Every elector years

law department of the Cumberland University at Lebanon, rennasee candidates and as voters. Let us is burdened with the obligationto theirs., I promise you all they

from which he graduated, with high honors and the degree of study and realize our position; conceive advise himself and cast his vote. have promised, and 'more too.

B. L. in 1900. the purpose of government, the The man who is ,TOO BUSY, like the All I wants is suffiCient'vot
began his professional work in Pensacola- man who is corrupt is a serious obstacle :
Flournoy
Senator solemnity of our obligations as citizens to land me in Lobbyhassee, ;'an'lIthen
where he spent about a year, attaining enviable distinction at a be in the material advancementand
and true to the trust reposedin the voters be darned.: Twill)(
bar noted.throughout.the state for the .high order of j its legal talent; .' us by those ;whose earnestnessand safe administration of a government
lean toward the side who has the
But in the following year, having received some flattering proposals sacrifice erected this great constitutional like ours. If private corporations
for enlarged opportunities in his chosen profession,.he-reiuove.d government Let us not were as careless In selecting Kale Seed, and 'support'' such: ,

to his native county and settled at Del!uniak Springs, which thriving for favor or passion circumvent the> their directors as the voters are In strenuous measures as will protect

place has since been the scene of his activities. purpose or power of the prlmary'ln electing their public servants private the dear gophers pt ;this
like magic Senator Fournoy's business so rapidly ',increased corporations would be : '
Almost a failure,
the selection of the best man.I beautiful land of ours. At lw'hat
that lie was soon able to equip his office with splendid collection and likewise with our ,governmentwere
want. to serve you no less than care we for better roads,
books comprising the most complete private
law ,
ot valuable it not for your indulgence, patriotism '
law library in Florida. He also acquired valuable properties, abd, you ASK.should NO HASTY want the COMMITTALS.best services.I I and the great power ,to tax. we neither have' fine cars, or

what was of far more exceeding-worth than any mere material interest am not before you to win so muchas If all would participate actively and pleasure ,,carriages',, neither' ,1Ja've. .
home and fireside i of his owp. He married June 28th, 1900, believe loads of products
honestly. I
a the best man for great farm to ,
I am to, be true to, self and to my
with
of the late Thomas M. King who
Marie Alice, daughter the
Miss government.; I shall make' no state- position and the best good for the market. Out forefathers t wer
Marie Alice and Grade
their four lovely children-:two( daughters, district would be had and done. YOU
William Walton and John Thomas-constitute ment,either on the stump or in the happier than we, and they tro'dthe
and two son,
CUude, OWE MORE TO YOUR
his immediate family. The religious faith of this interesting press,' merely to please you or to THAN DISTRICT heavy sands and 'mud. Are
TO THE
family i H Presbyterian, and that is to say that Senator Flournoy isa catch your vote. I shall appeal to Remember yourself CANDIDATE., we better than-they.; : .,
moral and physical habits; making: use4of neitberalcohol your'Intelligence, not to your passion our district, ;
of rigid and I promise and say
man me at the polls. furthermore
in form, and conducting; all of his relations or faction.: Government,, to be per.
his or fellow tobacco men on any principles' of the strictest integrity, truth manent, must 'be founded upon 'Intel May t have the pleasure 'of a letter thatvi1 fill l my seat in the Legislature *

with ligence. It is for the protection and from you? I hall, at all times, provided' -

and Notwithstanding justice. exacting; demands, his rapidly increasing preservation of individual and 'pub- WM.'W.. FLOURNOY. have no other business at

law; practice, Senator Flournoy found.time during the years immediately home,:or at Pensacola, that might
removal to DeFuniak Springs for the performance "
follbwing his Democrats Should QualifyPoll \ attract my attention. Aud on
needed local services involve
varied and much public
of many the last I will be surely
day,
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and fellow citizens and
'interests of his friends, neighbors ; : taxes in order to participate in the
ing' tbe coming primary,
stateat large, in many .instances. Among\ the most found at my post of duty, readyto
of the must be paid: not later than the ninth day of March. '
Stable of these were bis activities as mayor of DeFuniakSprings, sign the pay roll. .
in which office he served two terms! ( 908-1 10)a11d during! whichhe If you are a new voter, then see to jt that you are-,, registered Trusting you see your". Way

secured for the !use of the inhabitants, the construction of many' and duly qualified. Every citizen should take part in the business clear to vote for me, I' am '/ vbur'

desirable public utilities sewerage system, ..water works: elec- of government. Very few poll taxes vhave .been paid, in i ready to serve. "''.,>.", .
and the. of splendid i complete
tric light public and school power building-a pUnt, magtuficent.rec.ord erection a : for aj.'.town of fact, less than one-fifthof, the people who, could do so are now E. PORTER 'WEBB,:,M. D.,

.. brick By infusing into the public.mind the desire for qualified.' Laurel Hill, Fla.

2000 inhabitants.benefits and the determination to secure them_ by appropriate !: The-time is-short and candidates themselves should urge '* .-. .
these well this The have been in the habit of paying poll :? < .+
.. and the< voting of bond issues, 'as as prodding patter/ people : How did suit for
legislation is taxes in April. The call of however limits the. ; Saturday. you
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disposition of the bonds Senator Flournoy justly credit- the'primary,- .. .
for the of established oneof 'drte to March 9th a rainy day..
e d by- his fellow citizens with the honor having .' 'h ., .. __ ____ H_ _..._..'' .. ,._ -.- _, ... J
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THE BANNER !I Hon.for A. M.State C. Russell Superintendentof is a candidate I'' e I'::.


PUBLISHED EVJCHY: : TU>1tSDAY. Public :
i Instruction on a platform
At Chlpler, Fla.
of free text books. Read If i: ,

WAl/TfiR W. JONB0' dlta... his announcement, and if you be- 1 We 'Sell It. \1;.;<

Entered at\betoIII.te at Chtplcr.Fla.. U i lieve in his' platform, vote for him : I ,

e wad claM mall matter.SOB8CEIPTION. when YoU go to the polls.on April : ,
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OHB TKJiS,.......................41.00 r ) I
SrXMOJTTHS....... ....... ........ SO Emmett Wilson is a candidate WHAT .., :'::. .,:

THBKKHORTHS,.................. .2* Third ., ,. ,
for Congressman from the .... .,,"
District. Read his half-page :
an- '
jLd-nrtUina rata fnrnUhed on application. '
nouncement and; consider his appeal '; < '
.: Communications on live topics especially \W"x
of local Interest are solicited. It for your vote. You very :: : F.

Is understood, however that the publish- probably know,him, as! he was :
of TUB BAJTOEB will not be responsible : :

for opinions expressed by correspondents. reared in Chipley, and is knownall i ', 'FURNITURIl, : '.,..... -' Tt

TTK BAHNEB wants a live representative over West Florida. )1 "'I' ., '".._'' :. .," f.+ : .,'.. I

and correspondent at every post office .. '. ,'. ., ....... '. .. :. ,I ..."
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In the county and will make liberal arrangements ,
with the rlltr' parties. J. Ed O.Bried, at present President .,. ,.', ...:. .' ';, '-,.. ." :

of the National Pilots' Association ( .' ..,'" .' ';1 ,. ,.. ,
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THURSDAY. f*.b. 39, 1013. .: And Our Prices {.., ; ;-,' '"
this
in another in .
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paper, asks for your support incoming ,. ; '
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About the, Candidates. primaries for the office of : > .:, : : > __ .

Congressman from the State at \..1. ..'." Are: Lowest. '. "'" ,, ,, .

'/ large. Mr. O'Bbrien is qualifiedto : : >

Park Trammell, :you know. is fill this position, and is already ,v I : >. : : < :, 'F : ;?i: ,; !

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a candidate for Governor. Be Well and favorably known at the ; -
National ; ... '., .,:'.;.-1' ;-.. ..
sure you read bis half page announcement Capitol. >Coim See. '

and then consider <:: < '.:': "

his claim when voting time comes _. Wm. M. Holloway,. the present ; : ; ;
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-. .. incumbent of the office of State' .... I._
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Read the announcement of J. Superintendent of Public Instruction I .i-4'; '
Dekle .: .;
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C. Lumng, who is a candidate for is asking for reelection Campbell,& Company. .

State Treasurer. He is said to to that very important posi-

be'a most thorough business man tion. Read what he has to say a,

and altogether competent for the in support of his request for your .

:position. support in the approaching- For SUerMT.To For Tax,AI _"_1'. "

maries, ia today's paper'\; and re- ANNOUNCFMENTS.Political. the Voters: I hereby announce myself a candidate i -'''' '?,.? ,
I herewith for .
member him when to the announce my candidacy for Tax: Assessor of Washington county, .,
you go the office of Sheriff of
Dave D. Davia the leading Washington county ,
'
is announcements_ under this 'subject to the action of the Democratic ...
subject to the action of the Democratic '
candidate for Tax Assessor of polls. head will be $5 for all couaty officers,..except primaries and I earnestly ask con- I Primaries and solicit your support and .. __'*J."
Influence. If elected 1 shall ,
endeavor
and membersof Tour to j: ,
County Commissioners deration( and And I elect
support.
Washington county. ,Dave Davis'is 1 conduct the affairs of the office with fair- .ii;; ,;:!:
me promise to Rive a fair and
School Board which' will be'2.lIOeach. and all. '"
to
Iou ness justice ;W: :
honest, conscientious, and will Cot Wm W.. FJournoy that All announcements must be paid for In square ad-nlnlstratlon Yours 0 officer- DAVE" D. DA VIS. '-:#. <;:.
truly ....
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be faithful to the trust of the duties brilliant'and gifted lawyer of De- a( vance.:, JOHN T. BEITT. For Tax.Collector.. .':'' '

'of tax assessor. Vote for Funiak, is a candidate for Congress For Sheriff To the Democratic voters of Washington I hereby announce myself a candidate '&:' i
him. from this district I candidate County for Tax: Collector of Washington county ., -" '>\ .:
you hereby announce myself a action of '" .
subject to the the Democratic
for Sheriff Washington county,subjectto I am a candidate before the Primaries .- M.. .
know. He is a man of lofty If elected I will '
jdeals
T the action of the Detaacratlo Primaries to be held April 80th and May 88th, re- all times to the affairs inrthe '
Read the announcement of and is conducting his: campaignon Thanking you inadvance, for'oarsnp-' Mtoctlvely(if, for the office of Hherltf! and office with fairness discharge to all. x.. ,i.';
elected nad efficient
port and Influence,.I am promise "
I thank for all and -
a high plane appealing Yours attention to the affairs of the office and you past favors solicit -
John W. Watson of Miami, who you JOHN W. WILLIAMS. honest and graftless administration.; your support and Influence In thecoming '
is a candidate for Governor. Mr. for your support in the primaryon Respectfully. primaries. Yours 1 am'truly :: *"">

his merit as a democrat and I hereby announce my candidacy for DA. MOMI LAN. U. B. TILLER. '
Watson besides being a prosperous -
",' the Democratic nomination Sheriff: of
business man in his 'section, his ability to,fill the position with Washington conn",.. If nominated and For County.CommlMloner DUt. No* 9. ,
elected I promise to faithfully discharge To complY'wlth a promise to friends
is
has been prominent in the affairs credit to the Third District.. all the duties of the office especially so thai would go Into the race tor County No man eyer likely.to accomplish < -
Read his announcement.You In the prompt execution and service of Commissioner now announce myself a : '"'any more thanjie resolutely -
,of State for several years. processes and writs both criminal and candidate for that office for the, Second
.-J civil. Issuing from the various conrts of' District subject to the action of the sets himself to accomplish.
.11. the county.I Democratic primaries. I promise If elected -
Who is J. Hampton Jones all know Dannitte H. Mays respectfully solicit the support of the faithful attention to business comIng The-tendency is to drift to 'float
of voters In the Democratic Primaries witha before the Board. I will appreciate with the current, to let the
Bradford county? He is a candidate the present Congressman trom conscientious' derlre to discharge.: If your vote and support. .
this district. And if did not elected every duty of the office with loyalty > Yours very truly, stream of life sweep us whither v. :.
for'Treasurerof the State you to Intnrest. W. E. MORRIS. '
I your. :
it will. That i is easier'way
know it, we now tell you that he Yours ;Rtruly : the
'of Florida and in his "
announcement FAERIOB. herewith -
E 1 announce my candidacy aI'
tells he has never be is a candidate forre-election. lIe I, County Commissioner from District No.2.I I doubtless, and the banks are '.

you tells you in his announcement, To the people of Washington county: subject to the action of the Democratic very beautiful and pleasant as we .
trayed a friend. Consider his Primaries. If elected I shall endeavor to
I am a candidate for sheriff, and earnestly '
application for which you will find on anotherpage request your, consideration In the do my whole best in the premises safe- glide between them; but ouftrue ,
your support.W. ftaurdluR the of *"
'he Democratic primaries. My past life Ismy : as may Interests journey lies the"other way; the ;, :
r that always votes for best recomendatlon and I assure you the people of the entlr6 county 1 will

us, sees as Y1e'see, feels as we of a clean able and fair administration I .appreciate' :your vote and snpport.Df18I1; real treasure mines of .life.. are," in ..X;, ;?:
::t. '
H. Milton, a West Floridaman of the duties of the office without fear or *' "
.feel,.and is truly one of us." favor should you choose me 'as your I the hills near"the Bources.9f ,the _.: .
one who is known to nearlyall chelf executive officers of the county. I For Uouuty CommliMloDer, DIM. No. .3
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and V t"
river and must
we row, row .i--i '-
things have
Many to .
come .
pass shall make the race on my: own hereby announce myself a candidatefor '
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our people: is a 'candidate' for for the advancement of the inter :know nothing of political wlro pulling; County Commissioner from District bard against the current if we -.;; .."
Governor of the great State of and I earnestly ask your careful consideration No. 3, subject to the action of the Democratic -
ests of tne Third District since before'making up your ,mindas primaries. X. promise If elected/ would ,reach them. Let usrow."s; '
Florida and'asks for your consideration -! to whom you-will support.' faithful and efficient attentlonjio all! bus- : ;
he hasbeen in congr ss.. Respecttullr )'ours.t.b iness coming before the BoardUFORGE.F. not float th.rough"life. ; steer. not ',: .

and vote. Read his a M. W. .lSD,1a1.'T.The .. GAI1SER.: drift.' v 'sue.-'.-.> ;.,:.
announcement on another page.Among --- --- ..' : "
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government is watchingclosely :!:. '. :..,. '
L'Engle editor Of Dixie Florida's '
i those who ask for your the uprising in Mexico, \ .: <;:;'
most fearless and J :,
aggressive .
suffrage at the forthcoming primary and 5,000 United States' soldiers ; -S.

is Frank. .. Mayes, editorof newspaper, i is a candidatefor are now encamped on the Mexican Good Cotton -Crps: :. ,*- .
Congressman at from
large
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the Pensacola Journal, and J. border.. .
'the State of Florida. Claude ,
F. C. Griggs of Apalachicola, who --- "
L'JSngle is a champion of the peapie's f
are candidates for delegates to rights and has been Great interest is being. takenin You can't "
the National Democratic Convention fighting get-the biggest cotton crops_unless .., :
their battles for a speech Col. Roosevelt delivered .
He you supply'everY.best plant food.
which meets at Baltimore. years. Armour :.: .:t.
:. is courageous and always readyto to,the Pb'io Constitutional Fertilizer has its. food in form that -
These gentlemen are prominent a. urJIants '. __ Ryt j :
democrats, and want to have. the do battle for the principles Convention at Columbus- 0.., :onFebruary can use; this food comes from the best grade of; .,' vi:t

'honor of helping to nominate which he, considers for the ,best --; 22.Negotiations. materials, and it is_so finely ground and thoroughly : : :_F1
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interest of the people of our mixed that every ounce of fertilizer'has justh'p'
Woodrow Wilson for President, .: : _
State Read what he has have been same amount of I food '"
Vote for them. to say. begun plant in it. ." ,1"'
on another page. for a new, reciprocity, treaty with Another thing, Armour Fertilizer: put onby -"* ;' '"" '

/ -- I Cuba. It is thought that ,,an i informal ; .? ; ;:?<

MOW OLD PEOPLE understanding ,has 'been _".';A'." ...... ,, "!.. "' '1.\\
Prof.. W. N. Sbeatso who is The Inter-Cultural "
reached ):'J ". :
by the-United States and .. : -
well known tC'tbe 'I
pretty ..
people q. ., ,
May Prolong Their Lives Cuba ;. ;;.1. '
'.' of this section, in fact allover the : 'l M etho" .", -; ..-. '". .-".,...,, .
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-. At advanced. age waste la more .- -1
[;'1' ',. f-
;. :rapid than repair. The ,organs act State, (he was principal, of the .F-" ..'7.. .
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more 'slowlr and less effectually than Chipley High School three years II The.'number of. postal. money : < 't.

.In youth. The circulation Is poor the' 'ago) is a candidate :for .Superintendent : orders' issued in- this country last ,';gives splendid' results. This method makeS' more":i -' .

..blood and thin digestion and watery-weak.the appetite. of Public Instruction of: year "was-t ore than 85,000,000, cotton with the same amount fertilizer."' ". :,;;i,'-,, -' .,

,.poor-. We want to say to every: aged per the State of Florida, ,and, on another aggregating. $636,715,644, .and -' We'll' have,.a.folder ready,about January 20th2': '&!<: ;

Ion In,this'vicinity that Vlnol. our de- page'presents,his platform I' only about $2,000 of this amount. ..- .telling about it; better.. send for your copy:=-its"! :.-, .. .i',
llcloua cod liver and'Iron tonic (without free. : -
declaration was lost through / ,;f
oil) wfll prolong life. It creates or of principles for error. '

,an appetite'aids digestion and mated your consideration. 'Mr.. Sheats .. & '

iVlnoI good blood.retards In waste this natural and replaces manner held this important 'position .a Our work must be done today. E.gWELLSiAgent.; ., EChipley !

giving few years ago,, and he made good There be time "
weakness with strength new may no tomorrow. ;;:..
life to the worn system.If while he wa's In that office., He The future is wholly in God's (t ,. Fl 3. .: '. .',S j '

people'In this vicinity only real' promises to make good ,again if hands. Waste talents ,
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< earth.. The well ia about' fifty 'feet
: France, is a real heroine. She.was. in diameter and within feet
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.''l -. Our.Hew Descriptive Catalogis -:- ,,, }':' :: ? (

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Every: farmer and .gardener >' : :..." :1: \ ;.;;:'.1 :'t -:-. :v simplest,lightest running,fast
should have a copy of this catalog TT' \ .. see.He s-V, ";.5Pv' o< "'- ., ., .. 'eat cutting saw mill ever built-&tnltl '
which has long been recognized He' sees as we .. : -:>*.- ;: (flf; : that you can buy at the right price and,
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Grass and headquarters Clover Seeds, Seed for ; gulp' he; is, one. of'lis......?. .- : .. ,Idler.set rout. Improved attachments carriage-backing'and 'adjustable do-(

Potatoes, Seed Oats, Cow Peas, ) :.;;; ::';> ( ,!- .. :\.J' vice Made is In quick all size acting, and a time and saver.ste.-:
Soja JBeans and all Farm Seeds.w;: I .... .. . :.,. ..or.'";'" ''.. .,. ... tlollar-. portable ;

Wood's Descriptive Catalog(mailed : ':: : -; Shingle We manufacture Machines, Cat-Off Engine Saws.; Boilers WootI,. .

free on request. Write for.it., .'-f*- : ? : { ,/ if; : Splitters, eta., and do Foundry Work;.
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Bad Back is Always Worse in Prompt Powerful Permanent

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:,- :,<; <" :"'. :,,"I.',,.'. /' Einding Relief. > I. 1I3 fecu sri WlUaU yield to P. P. P. luting-ill to.taJ'cv.rec1 cures
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; Can't cure .a bad back until you Makes rich, red pure blood-cleanses the entire

cure the kidneys. Doan' Kidney system-dears the brain-strengthens digestion and nerves.A .

Pills relieve sick kidneys-make you positive specific for Blood Poison and skin diseases.
feel better, work better, rest better and
Drives out Rheumatism and Stop the Pain; ends Malaria;
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WIt I"-a wonderful tonic and body-builder.
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\''I.\'\'; I I''" ... Mrs. Becca Clark, R. F. D. No. 2,
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small of my back and sharp twinges

darted through.my body when stoopingor : :

lifting. I became tired easily, felt

languid and nervous and was lame on Wire F
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arising.In the morning. The bid ney i ence..i

.... secretions were unnatural and caused :

Candidate. for* Sheriff. me considerable annoyance. The firs rt
few doses of Doan's Kidney Pills help- ..,;... .
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I hereby announce myself a candidate for the. office of For sale by all dealers. Price 50 $ )Ill.Zq// 3J( ,,r;,'
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo ,
:: Sheriff of Washington county, Florida, subject to the Democratic 8 1 Las<< -. .ylr
New York, sole agents for the United \'

t Primaries to be held.4.pril30th and May 28th,. 1912. States. '... \'' .. .. ." '..; .
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t' Remember the name-Doan's-ani '. "
; I feel that I am qualified to discharge the, duties of the ,.. I _e 7.4'
take no other. 4 ..
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Sheriff's office or I would not ask the people of the County to .. .

honor me with their support. 'Should you.see proper to give iterl"' Sole. 'a. ----. ,

me the Sheriff's office, I will give my personal ,attention to In County County Court, Florida.T. for.and in Washington ..................-"....... --........"'--- .....-------.....- I

the duties of the office, and will assure that the deputies that D. Owen, Plaintiff,

I employ will be men of character and ability. Washington V8 Bros., a firm camposed S Just a word Farmers and Fence Builders: I
of J. T. Washington and George,

Every duty connected;: ,with the Sheriff's office will be Washington Defendants... wA .
Unnder and by virtue of an execution
made deal for- Ten Car Loads-
discharged with clean hands. Issued out of the County Court for and In Having a
the County of Washington, State of Florida :

-, I will strive to see that,the law is enforced and at.. the. ) Washington wherein T. D.Bros.Owens, a firm was oomposec plaintiffand : 2 of the Best American Steel Wire Fence, we

same time, that the hand of the law Is not placed on anyone of J. T.. were Washington defendants and, I George have WashIngton levloi- v.' are in position to ,make- .you better prices" :
sell the first1 In
and will on Monday
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heavier than is uecessary. co meet the demands of justice. ADrll, same being the first day. of April .
A. D. 1912, between the hours of ElevenA. : than ever before. :
I will appreciate any support that is given me by the'people M. and Two P. M., at the front door I
t of the Courthouse In Vernon, Washing "
1 and will assure the entire citizenship of Washington ton county, Florida, at public outcry to & '$>
.. the highest bidder for cash the following 0 Bo.surei you see.us .before buying wire.,.
county that whatever power or influence that. is given me described real estate, to-wlt: Lots 10! r
and 144 fronting on Railroad stteet and
c will be used only for the sole purpose af fostering as far as I between Sixth and Seventh streets In tbe elsewhere. It means money saved. xF
of Washington ,
town Chipley county -v
f am able our very best interest. Florida, andupon which Is situated a
'l two-story hotel building together with S
Respectfully all tenements and hereditaments there- I
\\ unto belonging.. !Said: property being soldas Chipley Hdw. Co.
j' JOHN T, BRITV. the property of J. T. Washington to
satisfy tbp above described execution:
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r Stop Grunblng. Fight for the office to which Witness my band and seal at Vernon, ..
the 20th day of February,
Editor Banner, you aspire, butjet all the contests FIOTldlt.bthl8}) F.ARQUIAR MACHINERY CO. .
C. G. ALLEN, Sheriff.
I want to kick against the man be friendly ones. Don't By J. W. WIIXIAMS: 431 E. Bay Street ',

'-.. who never does anything i lose your temper; it will lose you O. BUTLER, Sol.: for Complainant.Deputy Sheriff.W. : JACKSON VI L.L, F% LORIDA. a

J but kick and growl'at"oth'er pe'opIe. votes, and the people will not NOTICEJ-OR PUBLICATION Largest stock of Machinery J -*

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making their lives miser-: stand for personalities injectedinto Department'of the Interior. in Florida for saw mills acid

able. I have noticed that these the'campaifirn.: ,I.U. S. Land Office at January Gainesville,1912.Notice Florida, planing mills. '-",__

individuals are usually sore at. la hereby Riven that James W.
I Pi"?'!?. of Sexton, Florida, who, on May EARQUHAR MACHINERY '{
themselves as well. 6! 1910, made Homestead Entry Serial built .
I know it is not always possible J. C. LUNING No. 06890. for WU of ,SEW and 8K of has been for. 57 years;
HWjrf, Section4Townshlpl.northitan=e ; more built today than other -
to be cheerful, and I do not belivein 13V'est.. Tallahassee Meridian, has tiled :k __ any
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notice of Intention to make Final Com- ; Let us tell you why.
wearing a perpetual grin, but mutation Proof to establish claim to the f
land above described, before tbe County Send for catalog and
I think we should all try to cultivate Judge, at Vernon, Florida! on the Oth :
h the cheerful, hopeful spirit. day of March 1912. #

._ Were we to do this, the, world Taylor Claimant, T. W.names Johns as, D.witnesses 1.. Taylor: J,.J., tv L.. The First National :

would move along a trifle morel Godwin,, all of Sextlon, Florida, __ '

smoothly.SPECIAL. -L Ed. fee pd. Henry' S. Chubb Register. OF" PENS1'tCOLn.. FL.2t: 'f.-,.
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Vernon. Fla. Feby. 5 1912 '4
At.a. meeting of the Board of POblloIcst.rnct.lon Oldest and Largest Bank in West Florida. f.. 1
of Washington' county Fla., oa.G.A.NtZED:: : 7VLY10.:: eso. '.. .
r held at Vernon Monday, February 6th, :
1i1Ar 1912 It was ordered that an election bebeld r.
at the usual voting place In tne town Capital Half Million Dollars. >
of Chipley the 5th of March 1912.
on day
'q; 14 a It was further ordered that notice of Surplus and Undivided Profits, $100,000.- 'J .,;
said election be published each week for 'J
four successive weeks prior to.March 6th, Interest,Paid in Saving Department at Rate of 4 per cent. per Annum. <: J:.;'
.' '. DayjHfer 012, In the Chipley Itanner. a weekly .tk ;
\, ", newspaper published IB \VasblngtonCOIIOt.y THe First
Notional ',:
1 THIS Fla.! and having a general( circulation | Bank ,
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t ', PORTABLELAMP throughout county. OP PBNSACOL .rf -
j ; The purpose of said election Is'to elect ,'-V'T ,' ;
:, three trustees and to determine the number f .
;- K. HvEk. S.,P..id"ut. W.S. '
; ; KavsRa.Vice Pres
of mills to be assessed and collectedfor ..
: W. FORBB CashIer. Taos W.B.Birr. Ant.Cashier. W. N. ROBRKT A""",..Cashier-. '
; each of the succeeding two years In Iretlor*-F.C.Bwnt. W. A. Bl unt. W,& Key..r. Wm. H.Knuwlea. W. X.
,., ,'' *w. FOR Special: Tax School District No. 11,which W. J,Forbo' Knowle. B.erTh...*.W.Brent. Her.,
will hereafter be known Special Tax .
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HOMESTORE,
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"z:'. c .:'I" Inspectors The following and Clerk persons; A.were L. WeBs appointed, T, High Class Saw Mill
Machinery.
:., i f ,',... ..., OROFFICE r j. Richards, C. E. Tharp, Inspectors, ,
'il h Standerfer. UlerkG. ;
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'Attest: "' and 410 East Bay St., a large stock*of
:.r: State TreasurerCandidate B. fI'. Gainer,Socy! & Co. Supfr. Portable and Stationary Engines} Locomotive 1
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: -12a4g -- and Horizontal Return" Flue.
to Succeed Boilers; Saw-Mills, Planer. Edeera, I ,
..',.... .- DR R. E. TILLER. y Saws, Belting: and Mill Supplies;also
'; .:._. 4HCaMJeP_ <.x_ Himself. ," ." engine and sawmill repairs. We also
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'''-''' -. Aoo7w'" FloridaOffice LER, TAYLOR. VANCE. AMRER
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DELOACH
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..p" \ the. Governor solely upon his over First Nat'l Bank. ERIE. LEFFEL, TAYLOR and
,.)7' '. ,. .nickelled, height, 29 inches, merit. SoUTHERN Engines aDd Boilers, PERKINS Shingle Mill Machinery. Special -
/. 'f.}:,: equipped with automatic self Stave Machinery for Turpentine Plants.
/ HUGH FARKIOR Large stock carried-for Immediate Shipment.
.. our prices before
ti :if-\(\ cleaning i needle globe and Was not an applicant: and no We can sate you money. A postal will bring our Traveler. ymg.

:.. ; ';, :tI, :; pump. Usual price $22.00. one asked for'his appointment. > DEIHTIST. Write, literature covering :your special requirements.Get .

I' 7' -ii .. We have the best line of Mantled IS SAKE, CAREFUL AND Crown and Bridge Work a' Specialty. //Vlolsfoy icsHitiery Co.

'"'""1: .... .......;.'.,.. and supplies in the South PRACTICAL BUSINESS MAN e ALL WORK GUARANTEED, 408 i 410-Long E.' May Dl_tano&t. Jacksonville, Florida.

: :' at lowest prices. Estimates Telephone Mo. 674. .'. -
> &.Omce over.Chipley State Bank.
;. and advice Free. By retaining him as State
z ,expert : Orion No 40 I. O. O.. R. NOTICE.
: Lodge
Treasurer yu guarantee, the c ,
A Western Judge has decided
I : Standard Light Co. safety of the State's funds, and a P. A* ; Until further notice
;.. bat a man has a perfect right'.tosoank Cbipley Lodge No.56
thorough, capable'.administra. .. -. Regular Communications: Second I.. O. O. F. win ,
'J. O""Ji \ his wife. He also has a raeet at 7:00<>
..". Saturday an Fourth i 1 ; i : P. m.
::1-,0.: tion of the office. ">. <} Friday nightin-
: 111 EAST BAY ST.. each M ndayevenlng.
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':'--'' ; perfect right to fondle the business each montb''j"
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,4 of'facts Visiting Brethern cordially inrited., By order of the Lodge. .
JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDAJ'fiI' Upon the above statement., ,.. he, end of a hornet, too, of; be W. A.
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Barren' .General Gordon's Old Negro Mammy r- : .
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Fanning ,Method.. President '
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.. Henry Wallace of Des Moines, President Cleveland went to- visit .

_, ', president of the: Notional Conservation Gen. John B. Gordon at the Gordon .

o Waiting. : congress, was talking to a reporter plantation in Georgia. The dinner

arfoers : "We about don't scientific farm farming.scientifically was asked superb who cooked and President it. General Cleveland Gor- PR ;W-I'INtG':

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Halrcuttingv ,... .. 25c. Star."I'd f e: ." .1 r'. .,"' :' J
Shampoo, .. .: 25c. :miracle ojf fertility, thanks to'sc- Washington '':' ; 1;;' ', ," '
'.;;,.1 Massage ... . 25c. ence, and yet, before' ha adopted like to shake hands with.that Creates a good'impres: -: }: : : ; : '.

Hair Slnge,. .. .,T..1,'2Sc. modern ideas, this tanner would oook," said: the president. : ,' :; '. '
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: General Gordon sent to sion am'. ::., ,.
have his farm a servant '
given "
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VC Solicit Your Patronage away. V t \ \ "
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"To Jifcn, in the old days;' a city ask the mammy to come to the din- respondents,_ and helps. ,.ti .a';:-.'{+, :;. : '
Respectfully: *
Very man once said: ing room. The servant'came' back ''

..W. D. Peters, fropr 'Why |s it that nobody fishes the with this message: "Tell Marse' JohnI 'to give. your business '' :, ..:<:,:; ':
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... :": river that run through your place* won't come." :' prestige. \v' : .' : ,';',),,1 1 .
t'O."'= : ** "Did tell her 'what I wanted : ,., ,
'Ain't no fish the fanner you .
grunted. \ r J. '
[COOK & ,McjRAB, het' for1 asked the_general, sharply. .. ,. ; ",.L : (/: ,;
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ii ** "Yes, sir, replied the servant. "
... Why are there no flsh in. such -
i Attorney at LaW '
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|k-$*7)fflc ere Chlpley St.t..Iia... fine large river said the city man. "Tell me "exactly what she said." '"- : .,:" : : ,;, : \ r ,' :>.. "i'/, '' :' ';. :./

--.....- 'Stranger farmer answered "She said blurted/he servant in \ We/Do Neat Printing"iAt "..
: Careful: *t ton tlon given all-matters entrustitomrcare. 'if you could git out 0' this thin- An. agony of apprehension; "she said, : .. j" ; : .
,: "Ah'se nQt omin',. Ah'se. lived >-1.: .
Collections\ m Ide s'iled.and'barren as 'asa :

: trentfor roaponslble tim and Ore-tested.. InS fish' kin, do 'ye reckon> yeM,stay easy f! Viv\ ,bettah people than, Miet :/Cleve-' ,, \--B easonable; ''Prices; t .
euranceoombanlee'Ile .. '
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jan all mah life 'O/\ r"" 'f \,'"', ":'7" ,
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': : JUGS FOR FLOWERS.. : i President: Cleveland shouted with ', ... I, .:, ; ;" .

SCARLETT !!!;u htel'. ;. ,- "," ,_ .. :.,', r.'t "": ,,,,t't/ "

; 'F., The girl :who likes a few,grog ,,' .
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things around her, no matter how .A piece orfll\nnei dampened In Churaher ". .' '
Notary/, Public: simple they 'are,) should not, bother tain's Liniment bound to affected parts ... ".;,''. ,:,Give.. us your, next, order- ;, ,\I',': 1'"' ;" .
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i r about procuring handsome vases. She ia superior to any plaster.. When troubled J '\ "
we ,
Real Estate Handled. should take, up the new fancy fo.uaing with lame,back pains la the stole or'' chest 1-..\.,and will give .you per., *i t," : '. ,
give it a trial and you are certain Who more .
Collections old English beer jug. They II tban pleased with the prompt relief whichIt feet satisfaction thus ,:..;; ,
a.apecialty. are made in America as well aa in affords. Bold by All pealers. ,

18'Flra-t England, and hue all sorts ,of pictures I I ;. making you one of our.
Office : National Bank.
them from Westminster i Ii ; '( '
on
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regular customers. ,. "" \1
EASILY SUITED. ..., .
Abbey, in London,.to the Independent ,, .. : ""
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HCST! Ati3: HEALTH TO MOTHER AND miiioA .:
hall, in .: : ',
Philadelphia. '
:..*. WIKCLOW" SOOTH i 'o SvkTrr baa b*, I When glasse ire ''worn chiefly to \ .
wed for over SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS cf 'The; jugs ere low .& .,bread and : '
MOTHERS for their CHILDREN WHILB give their wearer an impressive
: appearance '
lUItTHINQ with PERFECT SUCCESS It have wonderful coloring. 'They come, I > ;
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,BOOTHCa the it is necessary"that betted ""
CHILD SOFTKNS the OUUB, they : ;: ; ; :
ALLAYB.11 PAIN I CURES WIND COLIC Bad in. purple: in green and in brows I C : : ; : .
U the best for in other respects than the ; ,
remedy IMARRHCKA. XtU abolutely ,.
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and cell*for reasonable : : J. '1-
harmlec Be mire and uk fen "Mm. prices.ALMOST hriaion i :1' 'THE: ?!
recently discovered
Window's Soothing 8yru ." sad take soothes aa waa bya : .. .
Glad. TweDt.J- Ye ccaU s botUe.SAV.,
southern wOJDan' whose colored : :
LOST HIS UrIC ;young :
maid 'one day approached her YPE"V'BiN; "R'
S. A. 8Ud'of Mason, Mloh.. will never for. : ,
get his. terrlblo' exposure to 'a merciless rwth} a request.

storm "It gave me dreadful ,cold." be "Miaa Beetle* .if you are, going \ : ,. -:. 1
writes, that caused severe pain.In my; cheat ,down town: today,,I wish,you would
.
BO It was bard for me to breathe. A neighbor
buy my sister. who UVM in NorthCarolina
."... DllOOverrwblob gave me several brought doses relief.of Dr.Kings The 'New noo- a pair of, glaaoea." Chipley Fla.. i'

We, will, send the Banner" "free",for. tOI,laid 1 was on the verge of pneaaiania lady, Annie," replied, the young J.

*:'tbe-4ejrmbf:: tfijs> school to but to continue with,the Discovery I;did.90 ; could not get your sister a "'tt -

.. and Iwo-Uoitleo completely curtd me,*' Uaeoulitbl' pair ofgIas ee. She baa to have her .xxIxx' 000 x. d1't
quick, eat,reliable medicine\ tot eyes exXmined and the glasses fitted
To Every White Teacher ooUghsoolds, or-throHt or: lung trouble. ,
to them. _
u Price Dec and tl. Trial bottles free OUarnt ,
'W .b11f.'K, .M cU a.h1., .. "Oh," said Annie, reassuringly, ,Physicians Advise '
In
sh
ing1on'County .... he wrote nos, what fit my nose fit
I', '-. her noee.'-Youth's Companion. the use of a goodlaxatlve, to keep the bowels ,open. and prevent the poisons of undigestedfood
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EAT SEAWEEB AFTER WHILH. from
will gettinginto your system.
Who. J' send 'us' the. news of The latest product of science VELVO Laxative Llver'Syrup' purely vegetable, gentle,

their America possesses.'-an associationto IT MAY. BE. reliable and ,of a pleasant, aromatic taste. Velvo ,acts on the liver, as well as on the. ,
community:reach'. week, or stomach' and bowels, and Is Of the greatest possible efficacy. In constipation. indigestion
promote the, consumption!' of sea biliousness sick headache, feverishness, VF 1yEI
Why ,do they'call it 'leap year'? collc.flatulence etc. Try
every two: weeks.at-least. weed as :food. The members main II "
"I: ;think ft must, be because the
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4 Correspondents may write, oh tain that in about twenty yean time : available bachelors 'are so. likely to LAXATIVE
the failure of the of
: production
leap like scared fawns whenever anagerlOQking'
any subject, a'' general. 'i Interest, wheat to keep-'pace.with ,tbjerjncrease maiden U seen: ap 110
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Quo only request' is"th of the world's population will bring; preaching."

.. .,". ''- -'- "they. re- us in danger' of starvation.. They '. ., .. LIVER ,SYRUPThe
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to redress the balance of the
fraip from ,using,the name of propose
any
"'".i. -'.....T".iIf.):"'..'*-.;*,"..:..'...'*,'V .. 'r !"" ,. ,land by: :",calling' into economic, exists ":'"m.n"a9lncerenetNOlt,1I0 How to cure a cold is a,questlonl Chamber which .
person .in a, waycalculatedtoerive enc the sea. It is said that in the
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.. ,, Iain's Cough Itemedrha* wodta great reputation New York World > We promptly obtain U. H. and Foreign
Sargasso sea alone sufficient Jiutri- and Immense sale by Its remarks. I
offense. ..
Eedltion.
," tioua vegetation flourishes and decays ble cure of colds. It can always be deport* Thrlce-a-week ;

A to support all .the .inhabitants! I dad. upon .For sale,by AU. Dealer.. :ioThe :--
'* Let tear : Tbrlc -a week World hopes to bo
us; of the United States if it were bark ,
in 1908 a. better paper than -U beta ever
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vested. Not the 'assOcia- LITERATURE.Friend : .oto of invtntlon for
long' ago
+ r : been before t and It has made Its arrangements took
I tion held a banquet at which seaweed accordingly- its ntjwsservice cov rroereportonfRAOEi iQflrS' 'Writ
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I'r From You. was.served In all fashions, and : -Ifake any-money on ;your era the entire globe, and It'reports every to

the hut, novel j'AuthorYoii thing fully promptly and pccurately. It
guests thoroughly enjoyed the
j bet I 1 sold that Is the only paper not, a dally which is as
,, : We fare. daily, and which will keep you A -S
want the News descriptionoi the'palisades in chapter good us u
completely Informed of whap (ls. bap
as
'three to the Quick line railroad
AMUSING, "BULL." penlnK throughout the world.1TheThrlcca Opposite U. S. Patent Offico<;
f :. --. for ; ; my tribute to the,Pasterde wrek \VprId Is fair in- its WASHINGTON D.C.

W. L. DOUGLAS Dr. William EL Reich; president Path hotel )a New York, chap- political reports. You.-can get the truth

of: the American Medical association, tet ten,.brought:me $3,000 from the from Its columns, whether you are K' Be 6O YEARS

ffi3.OO$3.50. ,. -4.OO' :was, defending the .cause of vivisec-, hotel, 'pepple; and. :the%-United Resorts, publleanorDemocratand'that, l.l what EXPERIENCETRADE

&; *5.00 tion, an4 arguing that many thousands Ltd., paid, md .another-thousand, for you want.Axpeolal I. 1 feature of the Thrice -weck

SHOES of lives have been saved by my :rhapsody on the,sunset in the World hall always been Its serial( fiction i-_

Best In the World'-' the knowledge gathered from cuttingup Wampegong mountain, chapter PI1I.JIBhes'novels the boat authors In _

UNIONBoys' animals. Then. ,he .made ,an thirty, where_.the ''hero-.takes her, in the world, noves WhiCh In honk form sell
MADE Nr for.'I.O! aplec .and I Its high utandard'In
CtIris bull.n his arms. hWtaVleft of it I think MARKS .
"I ,'he' said with emphasis I boil down into short this respect will be inulntiilnfj frtjhofut-. DESIGNSCOPYRIOHYS
deny can a story"and are a* |In the uast. Ac.AnroneaeniHag .
'Shoes "that,the:animals Buffer unspeakable make,* ten-spot: on it.-Puck. The Thrlce-a-we* U World', ,regular a....'rh and description whether mayOBlcklr

$ .0. ., agonies."=: ;:Populat.MsgazIn.; subacrlptlou price Is only .tl.OO per year t..att'otl''tld.llt..ItANDBUOIt liiT>ntu>aeoertnlu H \laeroniiblrpateiirBhlei our.aptnkrotrw. {'ommunl"on Fnteuta anal.. /

antt$2.GO' < TRICK OF THE TRADE. and this pays for l.VJ paper; We. offer .one free OMont aienef for..uurlniMateri.
Mwnn A txv reoelrftp !
4. Patent taken through
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:'FiRTUSE. ; OF ''BALLOT. ; this unequalled newspaper and The Han- *-
flat Color E ./.tiMd ,,, The Young ;Poctor -They' tell ma er together for one year for 11.6/5. The' Scientific Jlm rltan. '

':w. r.:'. Douglas .hoe* are the lowest Baroness..A etta I orff,,an: American' you are noted for encouraging your regular U S2.no.subscription prleo of the two- papers Abendro"ehrmadraldwee/lr. largest.. oheulettoneran.ci.ntlde -

price, quality considered, ia the world.' girl and a Bryn Mawr; ""graduate, patients. er/ tour months.tL BoidbjiUI Journal. new.dealer Term $J*r.>

''Their excellent style, ea-y fitting and whole the wife of an official.in ,Finland The Successful Old Doctor-Yes. ffl H& vrs-teIs.rl: !
long wearing qualities excel thoa of :
'' ; : ate !!
other ttdaes. If you have been paying: is reported as..a Ji..Dg'th-t one Many of mj wealthiest patient&'think .

high prices for your'choea,the next time' -I Iyoa ollhe first, things;..the w 1Den of they are sick when there is:

:trial.need You a pair can gire save,W.L.money Douglas.on ahoea"a your; patent may money.
loetwear and get shoes that are Just ae, :to get the* government ,.to"start T always encourage them. We promptly obtain U. 6. and ForelguPATENTS '
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good in erery way aa those that have schools of domestic trainingfor Notary Public. State at LargelAU : .
vuw. '
been costing your higher price :" HK WONT LUUNo
'If you could visit our.large:factories girls*. and TADE or eturo ENTIRE business eptrusted-,
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/'a%Brockton,Ma e_ and see yoonelf more limping for Tom,Moore'ot Cochran -.' ... .. MARKS tnodol, sketrhand : '
bow'carefully W..L.Doqgla -shoes are) _j I I ttpdenUry tablis"Ia ltof., outdoor excr '[: e ,Oa. 1 bad a bad sore 0nmy Instep; ot'.1'bo III'REE'repor'we on send patentability.an IMMEDIATE:We givrf my-carewi11, my prompt" '
Made,you would then understand why insufficient mastication/ l>( food oooitlpn-* :.i gaeiwe4 IQilT4flt ised, :94uA: th. 68"legal aerrioe and advice, and out attention: Fees: reasonable" ,
they hold their shape fit bette atsdweatrlonger charges are moderate. Try- .
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makee.OAlTMOfll time, a torpid liver, worry and anxiety "i-imost I Rns Arnic Kalve, be writes, but this .o- ; '.
-than W. E.other Doavlaa MOM and piles le common causes of stomach troubles.Correct derful bealer soon cured me... Heals- old. SWIFT & CO., ,Can Be: :found. at Post Office.,: ,
limped>prim on and the bottom Inferior to ab_protect' Take the wearer M.a.anhlgt li..*-&.. J'ourj..abl&.. take Cnamberlain' running sores,.ulcers,boll., burns, bruises Patent Lawyer, V; ".
.I.jnlt......,.II wrt W...L.for:Donrlnhoe I4AU Order. ..Cal&lo..W.1.VoIIiIalo....not tor 1 esle in:foal' "Stomach and Liver Tablets and YOU will cuts,eczema or pi e.. Try it. OptySOoat a'I Opp. U.S.patent omce,Washington,D.C. Wausau: Florida .

"oe. .. sooa be well agale.For.sa.e by All Dealers I I h. J"JI: eacb"'e. ,
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v Town Cleaning 1 Day March 8th. ...... .... .. ...i..I1... .. ., o. .

] Personal. IT March 8th has peen set asideas ] Town Topics. IT '

r, Chipley Town Cleaning Day.: ...........!. '....................... .
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; J. Q. Tervin of Crestview was Let every man woman and child How do you likk our size this :

a business visitor here Friday. become interested in this work week. W OUt'purpose: :

I Frank Russ and son of near and see that there own premises, Buckle on the armor for your a>tsfs s, aiiassssis' etss ssi iiasi
yards and sidewalks are cleared ',
favorite candidate.
Was in town Tuesday
ot unsightly- rubbish, and we It is bur purpose to handle any business
I Cook spent last week Campbell & Dekle Co. are getting .y. '
suggest that the men not only '
GrnOai. in fair and liberal
puW ; themselves : entrusted to us such a
feeling the lend a helping band around the a move on now-a- -

.- homes but see to it that strong days. ( ". manner as to make

M. L. Dekle, one of Marianna's' force of workers are employed j in The B. C. &St. A. Railroad ran l' .the customer's ..re.1a -

,, -_ prominent. citizens, was visitor. 'the business section of the town excursions to Soutbport yesterday -' '. ion with,this'

in the city Wednesday: i to. clean up the streets and alleys and today. :" #0

'" /Rev. D. H. McNeal and coif< Uncle Dan Buie, Mr. Henry -Read'Campbell & Dekle Co's.. ; :.. ,.. bank satisfactory

,>,? /spent several days visiting wit Farrior and Mr. John Roberts half-pawe ad; then go see them, : .' and profitable. -

i 7 friends, at Hartford Ala. our'marshall, supported Iy'the !! they'll do the rest. They have Aside from the excellent'. facilities. off ord- '

Town.,Counciland men in general everything yon want. ,- ,

"Biff Six" Williams came in would no doubt cause such an ,.j' ed;'this'bank. baa the advantage, of a large

Tuesday evening with the new improvement in the couditiorio Amos F. Rooks is a candidate

:: .' engine for the B. C. which he oifr streets on this day that each tor member of the School Boardof Capital and Surpl s.

jt:- went to Atlanta after. of us will feel glad that our homesare Washington county, from this, -.-
Second District. Read his an- : : , the progressive attractiveand '
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Jeff Stevens secretary to Cortr nouncement.,

/cressman Mays, was in tow sanitary cityof Chipley. ..
Four excellent ladies have been The ladies of Chipley are goingto First t
friends talking ; ,
I mingling with and :
( politics Tuesday. appointed to agitate, suggest and Clean up ,the town and they ...... ',.,,' .

. l supervise the work in their respective have set Frikay, March' 8th, as :National .
,
A. G, Chandlee and wife of sections of the town the day to do'the work. Get busy '7 "
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Panama City,are visiting with namely:' Mrs, David Pratt' in men and do your share and # .; -, .:: : .'Bank of
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:.' their daughter, Mrs. Eb Stan- the Northwest Section from 5th help this good work along.W. ;" ,

derfer here this week. and Railroad streets Mrs. J. J. :
L.' Farrior was the. lucky 'ChipJey.
I Williams in the Northeast Section
/*",Mrs. Crayton Tiller ,of Pine winner of the ,exquisite centerpiece
from 5th and Railroad street
/log is visiting with her "son anddaughter. .the handiwork of Mrs.

| Dr Tiller and Mrs. ,Mrs. A. D. Campbell Southwest Clarence Biggs, which was raffled ..................,..,........'.............."."................
Section from 5th and Railroad
YW.'.E. Colman this week., off Saturday afternoon, the .
streets Mrs. W. W. Jones in
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winning number being.110.The [
The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Southeast Section from 5th and loooooooooooooooooooolKKMJoooooooooooooooooooooooo:1
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M. Sapp has been blessed with Railroad streets. These ladiesif county campaign is now o .earn : : Bookkeeping ft

; another little one. A fine boy was necessary could select anotherin on .in earnest and the candidates b. 70.r" eWe I

born to them Saturday night. their respective territories to for the county, offices will be getting have in the past more demands Stenographersand
Bookkeepers than we have been able to supply. New bUSI-
.. best'work
in
assist them. their
among
ness concerns are starting in Pensacola and West Florida

M .. The busiest place i in town these addition. to these, two ladies, the voters'from now until the i almost daily. These concerns need Bookkeepers and Stenog-

", days is T. L. Well & Br 's store. Mrs. R. C. Horne and Mrs. J. B. primary election,,Anril 30tb. raphers.

Glen are appointed to'cooperate Special $3O Course.
Lee he intends doing the
says with the men in the business sec- S..: All our farmers will ''use more

"::4 biggest business they have ever tion. of less 'f fertilizer: this yean To In order to supply the demands for office help, we have decided to offer

i. done, this year. Let all work the best it from the fertilizer a three months course In Shorthane and Typewriting Bookkeeping: for
together get get
us
ro., on I\'$30.00 each. Special rates for board and other expenses will be secured.
this day for the good, of our town. factory of A.. D. Campbell. ,Total cost will not eqceed $100,.Including: tuition.
Have read the
you announce- .. .. Some of the best stenographic positions In the city of Pensacola are
Gainer who is He makes his ...fertilizer suit 'held former of this school who
ment of George F. by pupils completed their course with us In
candidate for commis- A Card of Thanks.In ., the soil,of this.particular section.Don't I three months. The Byrne Systems that we teach are simple and practical
a county i I.and can be mastered in three months.. We 'secure position for our graduates -
:rjr.,:.A'sioner f from District,No. 3. Geo. our sorrow and loneliness buy fertilizer until' you consult 'Write us for particulars., ,

'Gainer is known to every personin by reason of the loss of our darling him. "

that district, and those who little baby we desire more H. B. Tiller is a candidate n' for I Jones'' Busines College, Pensacola, Fla.Soecoceoeeceeeoeceeeeeeeceecceecoeecccec .

I know him best says he'he has. .in than words, can express to thank Tax Collector. Read his an ececeeeeett

him the material. the making our many friends for their kind- nouncement. Mr.Tillerhasserv- -

of a good, conscientious Commis- ness and sympathy.R. .
ed the people of Washington Co.
.- sioner.As E. TILLER AND WIFE. '' A Live Oak man has forwarded I There is no use for anybody

L .. as'Treasure, and has made goodin the cause of education by givinga in this section being longfacedand

long as men see things from Few that officer So why not elect dollar to every pupil of that dejected if they would only

different angles they' will differ people have any idea what him Tax Assessor and see if hewon't city's schools who succeeds get a move on themselves and
I an incentive it is'to both teacher In help roll the old wheels of
in j judgment and action. Be- make good in that office. getting oaf the honor roll. prog-
parents ress. But if
and pupil to know that :: We believe he would. they persist in
- ; + ;cause a man.differs from us is no and outsiders are taking a litely standing around and mope they

evidence that he is our enemy, NOTICEMERCHANTS will have plenty of company.
< '' interest'in their work. We believe DIFU-The little. son of Dr.

1 $!.1 nor bit, proof positive tbat'he is the "little folks" at school and Mrs. R. E. Tiller died Fri- '
., -A-- "W. wEE:: :s
in error. Under these circumstances ,
:lil-! appreciate, such interest more day morning after j just a few days: SIGIVS

J -, the' same consideration'and perhaps than the larger ones. illness. The furneral took place Attorney and Counsellor at Law

,:t charitable judgment' should Still the effect ia not lost on any Saturday. The death of this ALL KINDS Bonlfay, Fla. ,
be accorded him that demand PAINTBD AMYWHBRB.
; r .. .. we of them, and we hope every par- little one is a severe trial to these Office in Lindsey Building.
-- .- ( for ourselves. Am only here for few days.
u' ent will take a hint,from, this and fond.parents, and their numer- -0-

I' place the public school on their. ous friends deeply sympathize_ WATSONPhone 1as'I- will be In Cblpley on Tuesday
for County VommlndoMer-Sad DUG and in Vernon on Thursday of each
\ : visiting list. with them i in their sorrow. 86. week. Your business solicited. .
I hereby announce my candidacy to sue- .. ,
,' I,' ceeed myself as County Commissioner
I .'" from District No. 2, subject to the actionof No. 7'7'78. ,
democratic If I
the primaries. elected '
y ., shall endeavor to zealously. safeguard the Jeport of the condition of The First
Interests of the taxpayers and all citizens National Bank, at Chipley, In the Stateof
as In the past and earnestly solicit your Florida! at the close of business,
.' vote and support, Eebruary 20th, 1913.' -
A. o> GILBERT. a

,:4, 'J' Loan and Discounts BBSODRCIE8...........$129,247.44 The thre'ebest in the world
,Nor Hap! rln(.nt Publlo Instruction J.8. bonds to secure circulation 5Qooo.oo) things ----
r insurance...... 90000
,(, To the citizen of Washington county, Premiums on U. 8. Books.. .... 201.00 '
hI/ a andespeclallythereglsteredvotersAfter Bonds, securities, .'. 18,000.47 .
having carefully considered the duties of Banking house. fUl'nlt.ure-and A.ndWe'Sel Them.
K" :;, Conner Superintendent Public Instruction fixtures.i.......... 20,440.43 '
and being solicited Joy some of my Other real estate owned... 5,750.33 v ..
\ strongest frIends I hereby announce myself Doe from National Banks (not ',, ,,' :'- .'
:', candidate for.the above office !subject \ .
\ a .reserve agents).... 14,889.67 I ,' '
\ to the action of the Democratic prl- Doe from approved reserve agts 8,009.00 Wm. J. Oliver Plows. : _. ,Page Steel Wire'Fence. ;.
'. mantes, and If elected. promise faithful .:
'j Checks and other cash Items... 433.50 .
:: I, :' : service, and to conduct the business of Notes of other National Ranks. 70100 : .1.1 ,
:",,. \, I the office In such a way as to reflect credit Fractional currency.. aM. ,
011 myself and my constituents. L will' nickels and paper cents.,.... ....'.. 00.87 ...; -,r .
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'" appreciate your votes, trust Im- Lawful reserve In Bank .
money : .
p posed In me. Thanking you la advance Specie........ 9958.80 N -, ', ';:' -
,"" .I.desire-to remain four s rT nIIORNE. L egal-te nde r notes 655.0010.513.80 .
W. ... : '
Redemption fund with U. a. ,: -" .
,, -' Treasurer((5 per cent of circulation h"
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1'' ':;' For M.anfc.r School Board-3n* ..... ... 2noo.OO! '" .... '' .

/ f' I hereby announce myself a candidate Tot81.$2 0,253.64 ..... .
b' ";. .: for member of the Board of Public Instructlon -> LIABILITIES.
", ': k of Washington county from Capital stock paid In...... .....-,* 60,000.00 '
":;"'V District No.aujbecb to the action of Surplus food..... r..4 20,000.00 'Studebaker Wagons.DunnGoleman .' )F: : ,
1. ; 4" ( the Democratic primaries. If you see fit Undlvld profits, less expenses :
_'_...' "" :\ to nominate and elect me to I and taxas paid...... ... '.... 3,704.44
e V V. place I promise you the best service It Is National Bank notes outst'd'g. 80.ooo.oo "
,p' .! ;}" Due to other National Banks.. 2,779.00 ," "- ..
.;: ';' Thsflkinoayou nadvancefor.yourvote Due to State and Private, Banks ,
4 .,' {; ,', as well as your Influence among .your. aDo Bankers..... .. ,........... B.000,00 .
,.: neighbors 'in my behalf. I am Dividends unpaid.. ............ 10.00 1 -,-" -
Yours truly, Individual deposits subject to
,'.',*...'i AMOS F. BOOKS. check.... ........ .... ..... 118,72352 j -
Time certificates of deposit.. .. 9,780.03 .,.
.4', ." .r. r fortified checks............ .... 97.18
{ ':." "', Notice Cashier's checks outstanding .. 61.63 k ,
; Total... ...(..$200,253.64 'e
: Notice'Is hereby given that. the Board ,
plw.r State of
f f Florida County of Washington:
Commissioners will receive ',
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!J'i';...''f of bids County contracts to keep In repair the I,. W. O. ButlerT Jr., Cashier of the
: hard road from Vernon to Cblpley.In two above named bank do solemnly swear '. '
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.mild sections. Bids may Include any hat the above statement U true to the ; (h
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.. best of CnP!
.T number of these sections and 'must be my knowledge and belief. ; : 1. ,
,?- r,. lied with the Board, or the Clerk of .W. O. BUTLER,Jr..Cashier. ,, .. ... U
; Fl. ,
.; Board by noon of Monday March 41912. IS. A. Alford"- '. ; .
n ...:., :.M I' Board reserve right to reject. any and ''Correct-Atte8t:'-{ E. N. Dkle, -
.: 6fif.fall bide.' ('A. Campbell._ ; A. '6.
1.T. BIGnTOWER. Directors. McQUAGGE. General
.' ..,' Chairman Board County CommissionersWashlnglon Subscribed and sworn to before mo this ,...r Manager.
,"" '. Blorlda.iV. 28th .
..,:'q ;. ( unty day of February, 1912.
l,: r. Attest: o. Locke,. Clerk. A. M. Harper botarJ'"Publlc' -
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