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Title: The Chipley banner
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Language: English
Publisher: C. Tharp & Co.
Place of Publication: Chipley Washington County Fla
Creation Date: March 14, 1912
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
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commission tariff the of failure The copy follows he where speech a or speech set a make to attempts never and Champ by committee this of side minority, the on ranked was he when House.

lost has he ,easily memorize cannot he says He speeches. his write not docs Underwood Republicanand also was House the when Congress Fifty-ninth the in third and the in majority Democratic the of floor-leader and, Congress Sixty-second the
advantage the of none recover to him House. the of sides both on doctrine tariff ;law tariff, PayneAldrich the passed and majority Republican had'a House the m Committee Means and the of chairman Birmingham of Underwoo
: enable will and ,party Democratic the to of presentment remarkable of season a of speeches great the of one was This which in Congress Sixty-first the in committee the of minority Democratic the W. Oscar of name the delegates the of consideration, the for present and right

reforms tariff for credit the all leave convictions. and, information his from it analyzed and section by section bill on Clark Champ to second been had He Committee. Means and theWays own her in platform the to orator an send will nomination in sons favored
will vetoes previous and attitude vious the up took hours several for spoke He bill. Payne, the against speech that chairmanof made was He difficulties. tremendous, of position a was '?legislation and favorite place to uptime it when list,the down,farther State other some
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them. against charged sessionof extra the during measures own his of advocacy in speeches important special into called was Congress Sixty-second the when position Underwood' Democratic the before materially very change, conditions unless Hence

betrayal third a with nation angry an face several made He 1909. in Committee Means' and Ways Republican the President nomraation'for
to have will party Republican the and Representativesby of House the to reported was measure that when bill Difficulties. Tremendous With Beset Leadership Underwood's Democratic the for available being of light the in Underwood put naturally

Taft Mr. President the by vetoed and -PayneAldrich, the to opposition in was speech greatest His speaker. convincing. why. reasons and form to formative been had which opinion good that .
passed be should program a such but orator eloquent an not is He studious. a but man'showy a not is He was thepeoplepaused among him in interest of wakening a caused had that .saneness and ship -
practicalIf is it Moreover economics. steady. been has advance his and varied been has House the in experience his the are These Underwood. is so effective-and McKinley no methods. general and leadership of qualities displayed had Underwood same this which
comparison make I
sound and strategy political good is shown have 1 As Washington. to went he before committees district and their of comparison a than other men the of here in ,Congress of session arduous an after did it as him-coming: supported

.program.It sensible a is This State on served and politics in hand a took early He since. regularly returned party. his for best seems what, getting in concerned was McKinley ultimately is and; others majority entire the that fact the proof his made he which in manner

interests. national important to shock been has and ,1894 in Congress, to elected first was He law. practiced since opinionsof the of tolerant is Underwood and ,example but Underwood, -convincing and calm the ,it did he which with independence the but ;people the
so was knew he for tariff the
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so and-position a in stock-still
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but ,revolutionary not ,reductions sane 'Rugby the at educated was 1862 in Kentucky in born was Underwood stand to' when and advance to when' and recede to when knew McKinley personal The point the isn't That Bryan. praised he had him laud to stance
out straighten to
so pitfalls-and avoid and tangles how knew 1
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course equally and wood
contemplates program Underwood The arcum- the on seized have would Bryaniacs the of
;pressing were harmonize to how knew and machine legislative
I Characteristics. Underwood's that difficulties upon Bryanophobes the course Of
Policy and Politics Good I the ot complexities' vast the. recognized. McKinley. u. Lnderwood. does'. so ana Under- laud to circumstance the seized ..m...;.lt. .SM.. tuff i cave.1t. to
I measure. honest an than man honest i on- determma a that civility and suaveness by take and give *
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PROGRAM BOLD an select to likely more far are and measures of are they than men willingto being by ,others of claims the, of consideration polite a by away country He ?Underwood; any of theories the or individual any of benefit the
of judges better far are people of masses The them. upon imposed ay compromise by got McKinley the and, individual
UNDERWOOD'S difficulties smoothing conciliation,by ,results, his for not and country the and party Democratic the for best seemed what do
trust the to faithful be will who those elect and servants unfaithful economics. tariff of student a is Underwood and was McKinley common. endeavoringto was ,majority House the of floor-leader as who man a was Here
the responsibility',and power of places the from drive should people traits'in. many had men two the but ;revenue for tariff m believer a and crat proved calmly it met but ,politically one delicate a and
1911. 15 Oct The says. he "legislation proper of lack the from do they than laws Demo- a is Underwood protectionist-and a and Republican a was McKinley ,contention.situation,a his palter to and attempt not did who man a was Here independence.

American my York do.-Nt'llI to have will existing enforce to failure the from more far suffer, people "The apt. fairly comparison the think 1 things. do to how knew he because,t'reSident courage- political with of type highest the with man a was Here :this was didate
friends done is what But grateful
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friends "For
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the protect, to able better is Congress the importance national of matters of be may there criticisms whatever aside Laying ways. many in McKinley people other on assaults Bryan's Mr. as common as are Bryan Mr. on Assaults

anything' for or Presidency the. for else. larger in that but ;issues the understood clearly people the where matters like deal good a is Underwood think didn't 1 if once me asked Somebody candidate. a him made that Bryan Mr., assailed had he that fact ?tE it was

.-candidate,: a be to it neglect to going not am local in satisfactorily out, worked, have measures these that is contention His McKinley's. Like Methods Underwood's nor ;it know didn't Underwood President, for nomination Democratic the for
I it do to ,best my try to going am ,recall. and referendum initiative the of extension wide the favor not does he candidate a had Alabama of State the House the of applause the' amid down

I "and ,Washington of direction, example For legislation. other of .views his in conservative advanced an is He large. at country the for be will things better the resident year sat and statement that finished Underwood When :this is thing one

-general the in hand his waving "yonder -Recall.' -and Referendum ',Initiative-Opposes Underwood four- its by House, White the, to brought that-is Government the of mechanics a Underwood
Possibility.That Presidential
down me for out cut a open myself
work man's the of knowledge more the Underwood booming of charge the to
have I themselves. by do must they do i I laying!,without ,And Underwood. of superior the is who Congress in man no is thing. one except it to was there

they what that them told have I "But polls. the at success candidate's there-done be must that things the do to how of knowledge the-concerned was case. his proved and-denial sane a made man young sane
That
it about otherwise feel that and president for Democrats the by nominated be shall whomsoever of Governmentis this of mechanics the as far So them. mastered and Government .all bush.A the about beating no ,innocence of protesting no ,denial of frenzy no was
could man No indorsement their have fortunes, the to as also hut Underwood of fortunes individual the to as only the of side legislative the of plfeses all touched has He been. has experience .There flourish. oratorical 'at attempt an without and heat without but ,nestly

to proud, very be will I convention. not largely figure will House present the of record The held. is convention his wide how show' will served has he which on committees, the of, names ear- delivered was It much. not but ,speech the of more some was There
the to name my present will they that national first the before just until adjourn not will Congress The ways., many the of' reading mere the and ;industrious, and studious but flashy not 'I tariff revenue :honest an of favor

and me indorsing of compliment the me actionin radical for anxious are colleagues Democratic, his of Many dynamite. demonstrative worker-not: steady systematic quiet a been has he years these all. In in Democrat honest an not am I believe country the make to endeavoring is
pay to going are friends, my think "I with charged situation a is It it do will he' past the by future the Judging House. he Bryan Mr. ,Nebraska from gentleman the of command the obey not did

:said Presidency the for i question. tariff the upon decided largely be will undoubtedly that year next the of control gained Democrats the, when Congress "Sixty-second, or present and so did I because and ,Government this of revenues the protect would that

,candidate be would he if asked when i election presidential a is there that minute a for forget never summer-and the in, chairmanship the at arriving remained,since has he where Means and schedule woolen a write to had I concerned. was conduct my as far
Underwood W. Oscar Congressman last ended that session extra the in meet to had he as situation a complex Ways to back went fifty-ninth the in, and Hfty-eighth .the in Lands Arid so criticism of word one have he did schedule woolen the on him with differed
Underwood. says meetas to line in party his hold to is again do must Underwood What way. i of Irrigation and Appropriations on Congress Fifty-seventh the in Lands 1 until Not, bill free-list the to brought I when party Democratic the lung
"Work The Do Must Friends "My own their in again' it at go to willing are Democrats the and it demanded Arid of Irrigation the, and Rules on was He Means. and Ways to protection- was I say not did Bryan "Mr ,Underwood said ",Speaker "Mr
has President The session. this in House the in legislation tariff more be will Fiftysixthwent the in and Judiciary on Committee important the to promoted was Underwood. to congratulations his convey to James wed B.-yan. ,
SeU.SeckJof Not Underwood ,There, conference. in and Senate the in particulars many in changed though he Congress Fifty-hfUu the In Buildings. Public on Expenditures and Lands, Mr. which in ,James Ollie to ,twenty-third April dated Bryan Mr. from read

his intrinsically and direction Underwood's under House the in formulated Public, on Committees, the on placed was He old. years thirty-three was he 1895 telegram a having iron-and pig makes that company a in stockholder a is
AMBITION THAN were that bills tariff the vetoed President The completed. yet not is task His seat years. Representatives ,case
December in his took he When seventeen for of -businesshe steel and iron the with connection his explaining his, proved
HIGHER DUTY job. the at went and well lieutenants his House the in. served has He concerned,is Government the of mechanics the as further Underwood and ;claimed Underwood what corroborated Carolina
chose legislationBe in excesses to lead might position inside the of attainment far so qualified highly, is he is fact the Alabama of those save votes no North of Kitchin Mr. years. many for revised been net had cotton and
the that outside long so been had they, knew ;followers his of some -receives it if matter no ,not or convention the before gets ever name Underwood's Billsandwool Payne the and Dingley the ,Wilson the in cut been had schedule
1912. January Age-Herald, Ala fanaticismof the even and partisanship the judgment of lack and enthusiasm the whether matter no and ;qualifications his up tot you nomination presidential t a steel and iron the because first schedules cotton the and woolen the up take
,Birmingham, the in: reprinted Ledger of knew ;tariff the with done be should 'what to as opinions varying the, for candidate aggressive an or receptive a as-man a of talk you when ,Now wiserto it deemed had committee the said He did. they which ,statement,this
Georgia Underwood.--Columbus Watch knewof He confidence. for fit and trustworthy IS people the show must 1912 support to committee the on colleagues Democratic his to appealed and
sides. all on evident plainly is country in president Democratic a of election the for' demand its in people the from Service. Public Varied Underwood's an comes
... district steel and iron from he because first schedule steel and iron the
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is. Alabamian distinguished this Democratic the that knew He results UNDERWOOD. W. 0. HON. I l"Underwood falsehood of brand the with utterances those stamp
oHisaumore.That city good the in 25 June get to-cohesively and intelligently work and here rise not did I if party my to untrue be. should I ,majority this of
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may oE Jgg J House this of floor the on leader representative the'as and Government this
the andwe politic scan rise ,rte" these of leader made was Underwood r- controlof in is that Democracy of body only the on reflection a are. article that
:says Age-Herald tt
Birmingham the boom HMHMBMHMMMMMM
Underwood upon Party. Democratic not should I myself on 01\\Y rested containt ..a. _
the Commenting that '"' "" -* ""
.-.- House. the in leader Democratic the and Underwood :tFI In- said. he .t.applause.false absolutely of roar a are into article broke that side in Democratic contained statements entire s ih "The MM\ty

&t Congress of session extra the
during himself distinguished who ,erner Courage. Political High Underwood's

South- able this of notice taking now prudent too none and ,
are parties big both leaders-in Other -enthusiastic avid eager were They importance. gravely. and evenly
"States. United and power their felt They revised. dispassionately slowly speaking began Underwood, Then flag. the under up .
the in man other any than recently shouldbe it how to as opinion of shades desk big the across leaned half still who: Speaker the at directly looking stood

-sentiment public in more, grown has many and revision, for plans many II Underwood silence. of moment a was there statement the reading finished
Alabama of Underwood "Congressman that had they but people the with faith keep had clerk the After another., by Democrat big one on assault personal
saying as quoted is Cannon Joe Uncle to order in tariff the revise to anxious ; pointedand very a was and business steel and iron the in interest individual
,all were They certainty. a chance this IIIII 1t havingan and protection with tainted being, with Underwood charged It tenor.
BOOn UNDERWOOD THE making for schemes of full was W Y I general its show to enough is that but statement the of more was There
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Democrats twenty-eight and hundred two the ) ".tion.
1911. ,6 August ,World of man each and ;Government the : : 4' 4 ; i resolu- the defeating in succeeded York New, of Fitzgerald and Underwood
York New'-him. from removed are prerogativesof and perquisites the all at but ;schedule steel and iron the including schedules other up ,take to mittee
flat a handling with connected suicide swing full get and 1912 in president ( Com Means and Ways the instructing resolution a of passage the secure to I
nerve and turbulence the All electa to chance a had they thought They tried reformers tariff other and dark Speaker Underwood. real the reveals
I are wrinkles. ce. .usten needed They thirsty. ically schedule steel and iron the reduce to effort immediate an opposing in wood
from free face and
forehead wood's polit- and hungry politically were They 1' i Under Chairman of action ,The ;statement following the authorizes Bryan
'Under- Mrf that expressed
is wonder
No companionable. and years. sixteen for House the of session f "Today :again began and patriots perspiring, the of perceptions parboiled
wholesome. pos- had not bad They seventy. nearly the into sink this of enormity the let to if as here paused clerk reading The
attractive
but beautiful, Not life., of of majority! a had Democrats The> "Bryan. J. W. of disapproval the with met has schedule iron and steel
full and vivacious educated well bright I. tangibly. dissatisfaction' that express the reduce to others and dark Champ by attempt the defeating, in, Underwood
is She research.
of work
and studies to had people the opportunity first the I Representative of activity recent "The :began it and Nebraska Lincoln from
his in him aid to seeks cravat. ,
She his dispatch telegraphic a was reading manner song
being ; It read. clerks all which in
Democratic House the made that brrf
ties even and him for clothes his out lays election the ,law tariff Payne-Aldrich sing-,that in read clerk The it. with desk the to up scurrying page-boy a sent

con and she care that from rumored is It cern. the with :people the of dissatisfaction and hand' his in held he newspaper the from read clerk, the that asked He
free him
leaves and a as save no was
show.
theirs of affair
mainly
the of because Democratic
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establishment Assumes domestic the of control Housewas the ,favorable were Democrats 1TV IN It "grimed. Republicans The more. some applauded Democrats The
full She ambitions. his and the which to ,legislation reciprocity I i privtloge"personal of question a to rise I ,Speaker "Mr.;\importing most is which
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work his in interest utmost the takes I
Ills II coolly- and dispassionately evenly calmly! Underwood began "Speaker "Mr.
She future. his in faith has and him Till coming. was what knew he if as eagerly ward

of proud is She wife. his by assisted, UKDEXWOOD. MRS. I for- leaning ,Speaker. the said ",recognized is Alabama from gentleman
and 'helped been has Underwood .. .vigorously."The clapping

HELPnEETMr REAL A WIFE HIS ;" by so or degree a temperatures their up shoved and notice took sides both
on patriots gasping the rose he as and ;hand his in .newspaper a had

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Scene.He Dramatic a of Center Underwood

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trRN' gloss. pristine its preserved shirt-bosom his and collar his in was

monopolyand"punishing trade. of restraint ill sag a not ;brow his gemmed perspiration of bead, a Not cool was Underwood

preventing for and but ;,liquescence of point the to heated and saturation of point the to moist .
instrument efficient an
were statesmen thirty-two and hundred Two cool was Underwood W. Oscar
is it statute' criminal a as forced ,
Also up. was floor-leader majority the token same the by and floor-leader
en- is )Act Sherman the( it "If ,
Democratic the Underwood W. Oscar ""Present answering of instead sition
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"them. with faith kept not 'has ". ,propo- certain a on, negative the in voted he show to Record the corrected had
it because party Republican Dakota South of Burke Mr. After out. found all they before long-wasn't It
the : ; ,
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in faith lost have people "The ,
\ each responded them of thirty-three and hundred Two called. was roll the
as names their to answered and ,coats their into sulkily themselves shoving ,
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dynamiting by than rather wall t tr k E T,11JHIlls? places of sorts all from in pouring came statesmen heated The suggested.

the of top the off bricks taking by 11 ? quorumwas a of absence the than prayer of seconds thirty his concluded chaplain

wall tariff the lower to prefer "I the had sooner no for ;too removed guile their have rooms-should mittee .
com various the in fans electric the of influence of zones the within and less
industry. develop to than rather -statesmen-reposing' those of some that feeling a was there been have may
"strangulate to and inefficiency, It that. at go it let and guile all from purified be should they that ,besought

protect to is profits protect To languidly chaplain. the and noon at present were statesmen wilted few a
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"profits. the all kept have IIf corner torrid that on than hotter even was it and ;;asphalt la a egg fried to

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benefits the of share its labor give rIli,.' hot last-so August of,second the Wednesday on Washington in, hot was It

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theN of Correspondence, Staff a who President a ,results secure could who President a President capable a .
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Ad- )Alabama( Ex- Post The capacity, and strength Ad- Montgomery. the in reprinted I' demand no be will then There fortunes. personal their on have may it effect ?judgment deliberate and
gave-Alarmoriker.Jontgomery"ire' of appellation the his 'deny to would it but pIes -Democrat Fla. Oak Live-Presidency. the ,' what of regardless represent they Constitution the of interest true the for -permaMIlt their of result a as of favor in were people American the of majority
days other in South the towards hin prtoci-.s political hs. detest We passes us give to section that to States, enough tand to' courage the have who' men office public, to men honest elect ts, Let thata laws the books statute the on place to ultimately failed has Congress the
attitude antagonstj! whose 'man a fro time powerful more and larger grow carry and. issues ead war j people. our of property and liberty lives the protected has it disaster, that said truthfully be it Can Canal Isthmian the build and West arid the
does it as coming, ,well reads will he success of prestige the with that old dead the of, debris reinl and danger discontent of tempests the through ;intolerance and greed war irrigate quarantine national funds campaign of publicity the for provide laws
'defense. ,' That stump likely seems it ;failed else everybody the away sweep North the of judget of storms the withstood has it century a For men. of hearts the in ripe 'was food pure legislation rate railroad enact years recent in sentiment public
the tke would I South froth ti.where succeeded force. fying sober the and sentiment the Itoth catch freedom and liberty of love the when hour the in born was Constitution Our responseto direct in government the of branch legislative the seen have 'We
because him denounce and up get is' he Undeods hrmonizer a a I success' 'will our'annals in day new a of people. American the of intelligence the and honesty the misjudge, I powers. taxing the of'exercise the changes-to
Republican, any if but ,Republican should'a at amazed now I char- strong fine this choice her rtes and government free of principle first very the on reflect you say I country experienced repeatedly have we sentiment public of tides changing the With
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I,Forar for vote Cannot I ,course am a than to factions fighting bitterlY party the and candidate,her as him his of Constitution' the to faithful be and office his, in people the of 'will the people. the of sentiment
Mr. said :none 'AbSlutely'of dozen a ito split House the -presents South the if and reformer true reflect will who 'official public a select cannot voter the that say you When matured and enlightened the to respond' ultimately always' will States United
in Demorts the that predicted who ofa clairvoyance the and fighter a' of age measure. the of Congress the that believe to me leads legislator a as 'experience My
Southern a ,
you to derence \i politicians Republican. .shrewd. The prsnat ,sane and dean solid is '! honest an than man honest an select to likely more far are and measures I. itself. government the of principle basic the not and fault at is ,
-President for nominated is Undeod *' hs : of are they than men of judges better far are people the of masses the that )periods, recurring at change can people the' whom representative the(
case in if Foraker Mr. Represetatives. of House the' to teed leadersh of $quaitie you tell I servants. faithful and honest elect cannot people the me tell You government the of instrument the times other at that sentiment. public real
the to .elevafion asked I Seate. -Democrats the led who years recent in' man His ,rive. special of destruction I misjudge may they times ;at that reflect not do They changed. be must and fault
after deal great Representatives. the and People The some are sentiment
softened Sou. any Downward government of principle the that insist who there
but the 10 tat 'of said been have not could the and tariff the of at is ,
government our because and
at not does
times
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him to
to
Graves Mr. Forakeje "Mr. :said -associates party His leadershp. stand for capacity -revision a-want they declared ting < them. upon imposed trust the to true ,destruction to government popular direct ancient the brought had which '

& Mr.Vndeod presidential a marvelous a shown he and ,to-day majori recent which and faithful be will who those elect and servant unfaithful the responsibility -cxcessee the against guard to established was government representative Our
discussed gentleman Deoat st those just for std Underwood date. and power of places the from drive should people The clear. is way the and representative
that which stngest influential plain is 'remedy The them. upon imposed duties the perform justly and ,
in Georgian former them the ablest the candi Southern against prejudice; Passion. and Excesses on Check Only Government
the with
interview an con b must assuredly but dec I fairly honestly to, office in those, of failure the to' due is It form. organic
printed he
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and night
the Birmingham i was him will scared humbugd'and been have We have. principle\ to people the
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Republicans The of action direct the to
ia be will Graves Temple Joh M. HAN THE UNDERWOOD legislationthan new for out cry to easier so-much is( ,it but ;against complain we' principleof representative tfi abandon to proposed now is It people. free a of
evils the remedy' would enforced fairly if that books statute the on found express 'government representative a when rome had hour the
the could
DEWOQ ON FRKE UNFINGFORCB ( be to are laws remedial many How legislation. proper of lack the from do that will despotisin.reioiced uncontrolled into reverted had ultimately and failed
A 'UNDERWOD 1911. 23. they than books statute the on laws the enforce to failure the from more far had ,people the' of decisions direct the on resting time his before government
I November York New Albany Arglls.. suffer people the that say would I government our criticise to stop I Should knowing Independence of Declaration 'the of author The
rJ1 C"L" LUC. uuiu__ luuica_.___ .uc- ...._, popular all that ,
mIL.: Undef 'p I Legislation. Proper of Lack '
; : bcauac' Mr. hesitate themselves. by
7sow"191.: 8' Attest would Northerner No exst. not do From Than Enforcement ofLaw: Failure From More Suffer People chosen representatives by but person. in not acting people" the by .
packges ,, May, Representatives, House the which conditions of representations false by device only the
other or bl ,Salt -Government:wit to;secured be can rights these which
barrels thereof ba to a made 'Sewg through prejudice sectional to rise giving petition. a signs who man average, the having of too. ,advantage signal the have times TMModern.
parts and Jn :have may, they effect the of by exercised be will deliberation and thought what determine to paper discovered

,rosewood ,mahogany gaadil bo woods, ,cabinet other all and / because but Democrats 'Southern of part presentedthe who person the of rid get or please to petitions signed has he often :declared Jefferson Thomas ,man of rights equal "the of speaking la
,
Inns- other .nd deals planks ,bards, ebony ,lancewood ;lignum-vitae, her the on dissatisfaction cause to tendency how himself ask man every let But obtained. be to have first would voters *
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., except dressed or rOugh other percentage a by petition a proposed system the true .
and deals planks boards swcd ,posts lumber, their of because only not seousy. of under, that is It Views. Wise Jefferson's .
build- arsor shingles may they where is there and '
in
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used squared Timbr. IetitionL of Untrustworthiness
round or sided more apt are i ,
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South the
sweetened honesty
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men. other of
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similar and ;
wafers bread biscuits and people one ,
ot but truth of iota not have .
aft aid r and/ offals other;and mdding they know North the of people cause ?touches measure the matters collateral, to as destruction of wake a leave -purybee of .sincerity the doubt who those, by even one direct a with compared a
bran. seotna and flour wheat mea Buckwheat be- North the 'to nil are ror they that,far so' reach to tempted are result one accomplish may they, that government representative a of,value the to as doubted be not will, kdgnent
substtutes meats.susag and sausage of years. many ,bued order to who measure a of friends partisan the than better or, well as majority I sincere whose one is there but States United the of Constitution, the of framing,
effects The
i for
and lard and 'compounds lard ,shoulders ,bacon feeling 'the of wishes the voice minority. the of rights the protect ,abuses and the to judgments mature and minds great their brought Independence
;manner any i, preserved. or prepared udessd or dressed smoked dried torevive been tend has and which South the of sectional people the of '-excesses against guard Obnstittitiov the,of limitations the within legislation -America for war the ia soldiers ton. Ham and Madison that forget may We
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    to become wooM
    fc staples legislation.] com- political through majority the of will the subservient
    -fencing 'for uiable wire ot kinds other and.fencing' fr wire manufactured including 'I he of men, the place they bu simple bad or ill-considered ,hasty enacting of danger much as not certainly is there liberty ihdividual of guarantees Constitutional the protect to intended jadidary
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    or woven wire ,rope wire or strands, wide ,rods wire wire,wire fence and pure poppycock only not are erner and permanent more probably is it but rapid. as be not may response The independent the and ,people the all of handS the in directly placed be would Jaws

    articles. turec South- 'a is he that fact the of ) ( make 'to power ultimate the when democracy direct a establish would end the
    Column. First from Continued government
    mann Revolutionary our by enacted
    jntoBarbed.ther system a adopt and fathers
    conversion for UitaWe] or VamPS r uppers support in that
    forms shoe because North the of the command
    into fished 'pr ; cpset. in. or wnoiiy. cmposC., ,,,unnnsnea. BUI&__ tuuiu.__; ,luauamo._.- ui** ,wuuunuuu,>,w'. ...- .. representative the abandon part in' shall we that some proposed- now is It
    icudg i'ses sadder. and saddles haess. ;calfskins .1.1', At S j4 TT9 Lf 1911. ;28. October Okla. kegee 1911. 23 October .
    spies be the of cattle of weight whatever of sks and that possibilities l presidential, Democratic Mus. .Times-Democrat 'the to Flenner Enquirer storm.-Ci"ci"ati political Proposed. Now Changes Unwise

    cattle'hides, from made leather! of value chief to. or. sos and as considered been have or are either W. House.-J. White the to him elevate of those and peace of days in conduct .
    bnote leather belting or' ,bend ban&. .,leather sole slit buf ,Grain who men' 'of camps the from emanated may that bolt the of way the in get his noted and him with years many ,
    products.other'agricult, and ,straw have to generally will that man very the be to liable, is served have who those as statesman individual and rights individual destroyed have guarantees isstit1ooaI
    hay baling, wire 'and ;commodity any or cotton, bing ,ings believed Rumors accounthe very that on largely and a of capabilities the' well so know by unchecked when people the times at that .shown has government erery
    fajten- or buckes without or with prearation other any or wit'p'at coated -presidency the for nomination Democratic the none for merit his of proof, infallible of history the but true were this that wish I individual the of rights
    not or coated ;ties, or hoops into. manufactured partly or ,wholly or punched POSITION FALSE A attract, to but rod ,lightning his without an is itself in this and ability ,edged libertiesaa4 the endanger not will people the. of majority a that say 'may Some
    not or PWched lengths to cut ,steel band or hoop or ,iron band or Hoop statesman brainy brawny big a is He acknowl- his and, sagacity his honor i destroy- itself Government the or *too I
    agicltua ,products ( ms. 6h to' believe doesn't He derwood. of sense high his sincerity his for him trample not could people, the of majority a that liberty of guarantees

    sacking or bagging for suitable material other or burlaps or jute' i, ', 1911. Un Mr. about flub-dub. no is ,There' respect colleagues congressional His -Constitutional established they power the of abuse an'un6ridled then even fearing
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    of oart to or wholly composed sacks or bags and burlaps and cotton/J/ covering Sun York New-UnionJ the' of parts *' a' 'C him. against lie ;Executive the of power veto the by check In held body legislative selected
    for suitable ,fibers or materials other, any tares.or cotton ,waste .null ,aloe ,tow all heldin is he which in regard the only. 'can special/interests, serving of sation trusta to unwilling 'were Constitution the of framers the that evident la
    Norwegian tow Zealand New seg Russian ,seg ,flax ,hemp ,, 'Jute' ,jute in geography of absence the note revenue for tariff of principles the in no.accu ;campaign any in desertion individualIt the of rights guaranteed the upon encroached .eot
    ,
    of cart in,or -whol ,in composed ,cotton baling and covering: for suitable .agreeableto is it concerned., is believer thorough a is he time same the chargeof no :record political his in flaw Govern- the of brandies Legislative! the nor, Executive neither'the that to'see
    f' -coverings or, materials fabrics similar all and ,cloth gunny cotn for Bagging W1.nderwood Oscar Mr. Southerner particular at while States United the of industries finda can Democrat No candidates. established was judiciary' independent an rights these protect and guard

    Jj including ,parts in or whole this as far As merits. individual his on .the destroying in believe not does he principlesand party's his to faithful ever .
    itin whether- not or herein specicly'mentoned whether ,description and kind 1912 to rated be will Southerner the ;it about talking not country this in ing and youth his from leader a line battle Established.To Judiciary Independent
    anr impleets agricultural other all and and wagons farm ,gins I-election to as aad nomination to as Hoth! liv- of cost high the reducing in lieves party's) his of front very the in been property
    cO rights
    and horserakes ,rowers whatever. degree any in qualification[ be- he ;men all to courteous uniformly has he years 20 than more For people. itself. Government the of power the against
    cultivators planters ... .._
    and f
    jfyOsif
    *drill agricultural reapers, a h i he ;himself popularize to effort an in the of homes the in word household-His or "protection"the and citizen -the*<< fJitffty. -"
    harvesters headers harrows disk and tooth Plows dis- judgment Northern in dogma revolutionary a name his :andJia.madc distinguished -Consttfjj the of principle underlying The citizen. the of liberties the affected
    : United the into Imported should'onstitute birth Southern of arahdeoncnt'of as tangent a at off go and cogs bral most been has Representatives of House that laws the of most make to right the States the to reserving States the
    ___when?- ..duty .from. exempt b shall articles fo\owing the Art this of passage State -cirpm.eances the that longer any conceivable be cere his slip doesn't he ;citizen headed National the in terms nine during by Nation the to given expressly! powers delegated, certain onlr" with
    DI '"the of n- after and on That assembled Congress in America of to it permit to far and fast too oiled level- broad-gauged a is He ,President. -country the to service Underwood's Mr. -Government a created they., for. Government of freedom aot ,
    Representatives of House and Senate the, by enacted it Be an 'our 'framers that mind in borne be always must It
    Mr. of the
    have War 1 Civil the since years 'ideal make would lnder"'ood werelltkalptinc'tolestablim Constitution, ,
    _ _ -$ ,articles., other and 'Candidate individual the of rights property and liberty the
    leathers} Jumbe, timber cotton bread flour cereals, meats wire fence I UnderwoodThe. Alabama's -destroying from majority a of force brutal more the prevent to intended khncea,
    ties bagging cotton implements agricultural Timber
    is place, and checks certain Constitution the in wrote they time same the at and people
    to Act An 4413. B. ,11. Session. 1st Congress .62d to responsive power law-making a create to' designed
    s'1 i Up Takes Presidential Underwood the of will the
    S %191 government of form representative a. established they end this accomplish

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    trusts exacting of profits the increase to principally served have combinations.and 'farmers and I Hen- J. party.-Burton Democratic GovernmentTo of Form Representative a Ours

    : o burdened, and annoyed have duties These produce. agricultural for Coverings 1911 25 September Monday ;American ,1911. ,26 July, Sun more the of union the in than States eight ,
    duties continue to unjust and unfair is it reasons other and this for and York New the in Hearst Randolph : BoW--man courageous brainy big. a forty- the of solidarity the in interested land.(the of law the. of enactment the in majority, the of wJQ Ac
    t !markets these in- protection any of benefit the receive not can products The William of cable so.-London be should, is He out. died had South and North. more even is He Underwood. than ultimately reflect time same the at and individual the of liberties tad rights
    markets their to products agricultural of transportation the in essentials are it why reasons many' are' there fact between bitterness old the after -situation changed this over. more, rejoices; the protect would, that government a establish to endeavored Constitution oar
    I i'I i' covering making for materials and coverings these AU products. agricultural In States. United the of chair ,-manhood to grew and ,War Civil the during man, No War. Civil! .the since time any of framers the Democracy direct a, of;excesses i and danger the Realinng
    baling for, e and commodity any g for steel had or hoop or iron -presidential the elected-to and nominated be born was ,Southern Northern much at than united more certainly is, nation minority. the in temporarily be may who those .to justice abstract Out deal ad
    i band or al with' together therefrom made sacks or bags and ,coverings not should Southerner a why prejudices as therefore and .Kentucky of native Wilson-the and Underwood -Clark desires selfish Its, from itself divorce can populace assembled the that case the
    ;, for suitable tbrs, or materials other and ,burlaps ,seg ,flax *,hemp ;butti lessening and views broadening of days a ,Lincoln like ,is Underwood dency. nomination presidential Democratic the rarely is it but doneby be'would they as others unto do should men an t&at

    jute and jute tics cotton, and 'bagging cotton, including list free the o articles these''to reason, no is there mind my in presi the for man Southern a of ection for candidates, prominent 'as Southerners Rule. Golden the' controvert, will entity i individual. his in man honest I
    ; and materials such, all places therefore bill The interests. manufacturing of but way the by Southerners are "Both se-, the against prejudice : and Congress, in leader majority 1 suitanteffectoftheiractions.No, '
    + .pssible. trusts by prices unreasonable of exaction the for' shelter out I man. coming -conernedorany,is sectionalism of feeling any as Southerneras a Justice Chief as Southerner re- :the' of knowledge intimate lacked and prejudices and! passions
    \I with- s prices favorable most the at. producers the to available be may ,and new a Underwood W. Oscar and far So other. each distance hailing a With affairs. national in playing by.th.eirtIesLes.swayed often were they that fact the to but forum the in sembled
    baling duty, from free made be, commodities these packing otherwise, 'or House the ,of darkSpeaker Champ easy within stand ,Oregon and Maine of now are States Southern the which part citizenship-! aggregate the of part the pn purpose or, honesty of lack
    < sacking 'bagging for necessary materials, the that commodities! ; cultural, are leaders These Convention. ,Portlands two the even and neighbors new the emphasized also 'It ership. tothe not due was Democracy direct every 'of failure the that knew They
    agri other and cotton of producers our to importance greatest -Democratic thex by nomination presidential near are Texas and Massachusetts York. lead- new a\ under majority, Democratic 'hand. in work the for trained especially men. selected of product atare

    ; .' AN the for possible time New of door. the to brought is Alabama .resurrected and Congress ganized the not were and multitude assembled byjthe forum 'the raade'in were, laws the
    I MATERIALS.lUsotthe.' BALING, GG B candidates telegraph-that and 'railroad by gether .reor- a. were accomplishments chief where government a of administration the marked b 'whi excesses ana extremes'
    \ .. -present the at. mentioned freely are ditions to- drawn closely so been has.-union ,results.Its far-reaching, without not was the by destroyed 'been had people' the, of liberties the. that ;purpose their ia

    i *gAT 5sfoblgs as iumber i $12,0 removal the, ,. Shy ;con trying successfully"under so of state that reached has country The however session special The, platform. failed had governments those that past >f.ihe of history the from knew They

    t fro increase an ildicatng ruT- 1910., in W ISQfl iii .Representatives of;.House the in Democrats weight without is available be to South Democratic the, of features ,other the all
    more (matte a bcome figures the trade, domestic the th c imort the led have who men "Naturally far too lives he' that argument The as well as Bill, List Free the Democracy. Direct a of Dangers
    Te $1Z
    {aunte .dutiabe.have implements. these of exports destroyed coursed of veto President's The ,
    i- ipleents and free rtsP>such all of value the ;SftwwJ Leaders : President for I country. the of power judicial

    protese resolutions agricultural hese$ of imports The practice. this. against. South the ultimate' the, instances some in and power law-making direct the were leopfe'
    public
    at in countes? Southern I Underwood r ANOwL.eadorI the where direct'democr&q' a of 'principle the on based governments of urea,
    home/and they thai years Prices lower at none foreign 'i,their""ru ....,.. fail- repeated the with familiar were Constitution Federal the of; framers ,
    of number a For overcomg ask rule a ad. / The men. of government a to contradistinction absolute in law of
    protection over no prouc They' competition.' all and meeting word. 1912. 21 January Ga., Atlanta ttitution our permit we when ,ns .concede' delineation an.accurate also is" That govermneat a created ;Constitution written first its world the to proclaimed They
    the all their selling are organizations These combinations. Con- adtDissThf ungrounded so
    and rights
    willingto is North the the
    trusts great into arc and proportions great to grown shamefuland that to equivalent Fright Stage Political South''
    implements Is' surrender we, manhood:our debase we selves Consthuton.I Written First World's
    -machinery and vehicles tools agricultural mnulacurers mestic' mani there and 'here cowardice our insult 'We !honors presidential it-

    plac.t world. the, i elsewhere 'competitors, their wt footing 'equal an on i sectional the !For, presidency! the for for offer-himself to man: Southern, a exact to ,North, the not and South the r "Posterity. their and themselves to Liberty ,of Xlessbgt
    dismiato and articles necessary these of prices the in farmers 'our' against I-capable man a forth, bring cannot we that "expedient"for or "discreet" is, it be will it man Southern, a being of I the secure and ,Welfare general the ,promote defense common the for trovide
    possible any prevent or remove to order list\in free the on J;actions our by nation the informing of .offenses past of account "on if question penalty the, "pays Southerners other, with ,Tranquility domestic' insure ,Justice: establish ,Union perfect more :a. difldrea.
    placed are kind every of imlements and tools agricultural masure this,_ By, I stultification! Jhe cease Let's do. to us still who South' the :in some are there along Alabamian brilliant the wood their and, themselves, to secure would! that government a create to purpose cf

    \ ,, 'bids fraternally, nation the .of facts cumulative these of face the In Under Oscar of possibilities the ing honesty of want or ,government of principles essential ?th regarding tion
    lUPLEUENTS. Acsiqitrrrn
    -remainder the as 'citizens American as canvass correspondent our writes he-
    : : informa of lack either with them charge justly can man No independence.
    privileges and rights equal those, assert Let's / "If episode. Hanrey-Wilson-Watterson' their'country's for struggle the in fortune their and lives their offered kid them,
    Par party. Democratic of-the( munitions the Discretion the from resulting' status presidential of Most people. the of liberties the of. loven and government of theories
    highly'proteed, Republican the is as interests shot and :powder the votes electoral the or Expediency of Question a Not the discussing dispatch a in the of students essentially were government new the of form /the created who
    the to obligated deeply sd is which party a fo 'work .,, ;furnished tong have furnish! We. I / -correspondent Washington Constitution's the statesmen The republic. our of birth the before' years of thousands for neat
    important this of' execution the' intrust safely not could people disgracefulfarce this end Let's I ale and .' country.- wordsof the to than portrayed forcefully govern- every
    ques- this on position region td of method conceivable. almost with world The
    Democratic the of righteousness
    the of cakes the of- none with drudgery the common our of 'all.sections of more be not could manhood common Constitutions. State bur for features fundamental its in'thelar.crn.: become
    \ a were Party Republican *;
    plator time that at, made- reform tariff promises all doing of, game mark" "easy old the newspapers the by well as but ,confreres: of abnegation this of consequences The ;written>was Constitution" Federal the ago half a and century a than Lea
    belated the that 1908 of Democratic paL the in stated 'expressly was., "It to up still 'and'ashes sackcloth political his by only not ridicule with buned us. admit to eager Itatata.

    back report do bill the that recommend and wearing still stammering and, blushing, be to "shirt loody "the. wave to Is nation, the which to destiny tion's new of enactment the than' ,government good to essential more h hw be
    amendment,without House the to,mace consideration, under '.same, had still are us few'of I-a God thank stay attempt and rise to firebrand freak na. the voice nation's: the in ticipation of enforcement just ,the that realization the to awake always not do
    having, ,articles,\re other and ,salt sewing, lumber timber bread, flour to here are andwe fathers our of hduse occasional the for essential only is It I press par: that and South'the---House White .civilisation.ken oar
    cereals, meats fence, harness and saddlery shoes and boots leather ties the in back are:"We Hill. Ben of Senate Northern from-the came jaundice the land South the. between stand, still of vancement, essentia1"t.o-the"' is i rights property of safe-guarding' eru1'1re
    R bagging cotton implements agricultural, list free the on place to 4413) the m utterance prophetic that, to, op that'of' denunciation to bitter most sixties, the of wraiths the that prop- and liberty :;jife j of 'protection the' is government of purpose main
    IL(' bill the referred was whom to Means and Way on Committee 'The lives actually North the when ajar, wide voices the And bles.; i:, irreco the from ,-Southerners many among feeling a. there'is 1 .:i ,..,. The I
    accompany / is opportunity! of door the there and here rose snarl protesting cowardice sectional arrant of short '"t.' ,: :.r- 'r \
    ] '
    4413. R. H. To[ destinystrikeswhen of clock the when to-day. And A Court. Supreme' States United the nothing is that self-consciousness a ,1''. ,
    TH ble. t second the' of privilege dubious of Justiceship Chief the to ,veteran erate embarrassmentand.an of guilty ago ', 1911., .19' pECEMBER. 'CITY YORK NEW OF CLUB
    )EXTRACTS( REPORT FOLLOWING SUBMITTED MEANS I the even ,denied when cheerful waxed Confed- a White Justice elevating in century a half of ghosts the by Obsessed "t -i : ,

    AD t"it H have we, Consistently kitchen. political Taft President of action patriotic and ?Southerners\ CATHOLIC ,BEFORE. ',*'UNDERWCX3D. .. MR. BY DEIJVF.RED, -SPEE.CH', ,
    WAYS ON COMMITTEE .THE FROM UNDERWOOD I the to eaten have we years, ; SO For broad the of announcement the received representative.of thousands pf hundreds of i, :, '

    :1- 1 fc ,.1 i nation which.the in manner the is fact -diffidence the or silence the by interpreted \ : > : "*i. \ ""* : tn. I : 't. convincing most be may that answer the least at-South 1 "
    :\" J* : $>* \J X i v < ."-* !j f Birthright this of evidence 'The ': ,
    Our Claim U Let ; by
    : UNDERWOOD aides. the of answer the :been has What. ', Fathers' the '
    '
    FRIEND THE '
    CLASSES: ALL OF' '
    many "
    J both on ,generation younger', the of Boldness in Wanting South /' ; ;
    Republican. steel-riveted of aid Lee Fitzhugh of Wheeler Joe ,
    1 ; '. S ; ,, I J were time.the' .at:knew- us of most States of, achievements the before crumbled counsels. nation's the to fellowship Established from-Path Departing of langer
    I J ,,'-s-, J' !lc'an to again and, time-.States doubtful to were South and North between barriers full into ability demonstrated of,
    r UfMR.{ President.t go they that, party the of sake the for last The war. Spanish-American the byrI.gft and citizenship of right by men :.i
    content fishes 'and loaves, political the by out stamped were acrimony sectional -public its South. the invites North the at I
    Repub forsworn steadily has it smile a With of embers smouldering last The tory. generation dominant the Rockies the or
    a by Dissipated Were\ Hopes sections. other to command yielding his- our in chapters diminishing these .Mississippi the than barrier political LIBERTY CIVIL OF"BULWARK SAFE ONLY .

    I '. ; cheerfully-officers}line ;it, .army-and racy's over fright stage political develop morea no as line Dixon's and Mason '
    ; Beneft: Bi Democ_ the furnished years, four Southto the for remains'It Gettysburg. -viewing of proof, every given having hands ,
    farmeriWhose :;the to Direct of A -recurrent each with faithfully has It party.I Runor Bull of mention at bridle not does outstretched With history. as only CONSTITUTION OF FRAMERS BY

    Democratic the for water of drawers i Northerner, representative The born. rancor dividing its and war this

    5 wood'and hewers'of the, furnished has was discussed, being galaxy the of one -remember president a elect who voters, .,
    "< ,( :: t .*. South the century half.a virtually For other any or Underwood where American11 the of cent per 'Ninety back our -CONCEIVED AS GOVERNMENT REPRESENTATIVE

    rj.. :MEANSCOMMITTEE AND manhood American in inherent', rights .difference no makes it North the To I Nortnl at years 50 is abasement sectional
    : 'WAVS the default by, go let and era the at lived he had-sweep" ,a will -indefensible this for nursery, the furnished .
    bygone a of dust the in grovel we when nomination His assured have declares which of memories the war civil The
    CHAIRMAN BY DRAWN ;us respect to. continue to nation thfe correspondent our as would session men. Southern
    THE OF UNDERWOOD remainderof the expect we can ,then ,How special the during leader House as record of ,possibilities presidential the toward POLITICS NATIONAL IN ,
    absent is self-respect where respect magnificent his though illustration an as people own our' of some of attitude ing
    accord to nature human in \no ,a It only Underwood use We .situation the shrink- the is to-day politics American
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    sentent. by. strong a timed
    he would less Still inferior.h Louis St of Democrats young fecve.Te personalityare his'str01g and record, h parliamentarian skillful A, side. been have I Underwood term the Underwood Mr. era an be I which rise tt tide _
    tofind expects who one of manner te wer that doubted be cannot it but election Democratic the on found have they of deal great a Carolinas 'the represented that as leadership such of courageous has press p\1btic the and"nn -

    not does He them. respects as. -ef Democracy Vender 'to way other a In clear made attitude;' that until -antagonist resourceful 'most the to' him I proposition. presidential' a cse' to is there If practical and theprinu'by candidacy his tq bl
    pace
    himself respecting ,who one as men meets no 'There' progress. for Unity'makes doubted may Underwood declare Mann and Payne le Men dis much very' Underwood heard have at is that 'spirit a in .promacc.The them. of m9st Maue4 '
    unsffectedyjcmocratic. unity. for makes Tolerance erance. voters le of attitude The, combined OPPNES. ETMTE I -weeks six or five past the "During difficultquestion and big a with grappling man first the is he States Unite4 te el
    He is derwood tol for makes It elsewhere. emulation candidates presidential two other any OF York. I I partyis the that is position Democratic thc parts ,all from visitors of 'Ihousands ,
    Un- Mr. manner Southern 'the After. of worthy is Congress in Democrats of say might*we ,'other any than attention 1911. New of Company Chemical. Wyeth to strength real .gives What desired. be with' colorado in. Out 1nated.

    leader a as example Underwood's Mr. more receiving is Underwood time 2 ,/"ter.cea" Chicago the of manager sales 'Braun A. James i nothingto'left that effectiveness an with its he' election his demands' Seutlu.
    'win
    15 HE TtII3MANNEROFMAN present the at ;this Notwithstanding I September debate the in it utilized Underwood Mr. bell strong any If .l
    %' :e among novelty no hear sentiment
    politcal political end
    country. the entertainers. said talktt of and .stroke:master a was bill list" free the ot 'he lninated. k JIe 0
    little. to amount essence their latest the with delight popula passing of I .country the through traveling "In. 1.-4.1
    papersof ) party'on the rresidency. mentioned
    whic the to literature thing. "farmer's The floor the .the'for ,
    jn antagonisms, by bitter-hostility. bureaus product is Neither If Ittst aRe
    2,1911. August Post York New The in involved be may principles"basic on sending continually are which, every of "solutons" with crammed-dIe TALK;POLITICAL MUCH HEARS leaderof. the Underwood Mr. by shown- man fairest st Iean equipped. ,

    dos situation the of needs the meet,aw not agree who Men objects. feasible and active and large maintain Missouri of of nod- his with has academic from fresh -!!quality.high the and lactics Democratic as men many by regarded defy .to <
    proposition Follette La the Clark 'Speaker and Jersey New trusts. the 0
    support no proponent its And Oscar
    in moods is Unerw.d
    into enacted get to actually expected and idea[ of ) of men abity' -Wilson'Governor Ohio of Harmon doctrinaire j destction. for oring the strength' remarkable. 'the' is -arav wouWbeAtrHtrM who interests varied'. ..

    desired is it that bill a as or program the, pssesses ,'He that' sow .Governor like nomination Democratic the for clam merely not and aims constructive ., 1912. 22 January -Congress present the' in bill the of story the with Alabam'a' of out rome would

    of announcement mere a as viewed .Representatives of in leadership candidates prominent had. the II professing and itself with consistent Age.Heratd, Ala. Birmingham the in I with connected fact salient most The .that, thoUlrttt not was ,it for, u.riff. the
    Whether bill wool the on idea Follette On bureau. press no 'maintais derwood -reprinted Times-Dispatch ;Va Richmond r great the- on ,
    pack i I theory a at But nation. the question
    least
    a : is it oft
    Democrat Committee responsibility his State
    His
    coquetting any countenance surprising more the people.- whole to'the muM
    La the with Un- Mr. because commerce and industries the of met LEADERSHIP DEMOCRATIC .way.partku12rly'c.tl1er no .in obtain ,
    to refused flatly has He eginning. Means and. Ways the of Chairman J The is This -candidacy.- and him of ton of"develop be will effects its that of concept broad and affairs American of the that publicity of' kind a Alabama i
    the from leadership his characterized Democracy. his i for and ments i statesmanaman and publicist ; United the t1trougtwut
    men- !accompanies invariably which -disbelieve may One tariff-making. of theory given has States
    Y"o an as but Democrat Southern
    have which purpose of clearness and achieve, his 'for character his that with disagree or agree may Cue peopleS' the of minds the' w
    praise uniform the' and -masterful a only'as not and majority House growing
    head of levelness that' of proof give Under W Oscar honors Luis St : "require. Government sagacious ,bold 'honest -UnderiSd Oscar' 'of,strength
    rse the of 'leader rfrit
    presidentialnomination Democratic the uner has and
    .ta that .revenues 911. ,24 October work. the iu led 0
    more once has, Underwood DEMORT a as 'gc w rate basiso the as 'only' not impression distinctive step full
    PRACTICAL A -candi Underwood Oscar that "lowest the Trib- and Journal President.-KJ/onil/t progressive the with .
    UNDERWOOD CHAIRMAN : ", Con to paid attention and notice general -competitive a' W tariff the reduce ustt and widespread near a making is Underwood then' ,time safe a make would lie, elected if that AgfHmUItVktpt The that observe I 0
    the in
    .
    .Mr. future. .
    I pele the
    not wonderful
    we doubted is it and connection that grQwth
    'permit unless of'BirmingJS.
    them
    I country. totrade
    the is feature This the of tion this not if possibility. a as South the kg
    caot party'ho
    mentioned been has his Ill oaward
    "we since and every 'almost
    with trade
    papers other at less no seriously I and line '
    every'sec practically from the at than North the any
    one as great
    in office the of
    ,
    S Therefore, countries. other in markets I see to gratified am ft
    1912. January Express yer.Aus Antonio of feature notable one at surprised is find must we which for manufactures and large idoming is he that question duties'the of performance the for qualified mov- State this
    Svwru ,
    December Democrat )Fla.( least San the '1n Cunningham. newspapers the of reader careful The of surplus great a ,produce 'to no is there not or stand to'is president well as is he that' statement the compels THE IN UNDERWOOD :
    ,
    it-The want we way that's campaign, national-the,)this of,Beginning or Candor next'year. President didate WEST
    capacity existing the have least at for nomination Democratic the for : for
    jusce the tr long on put President rAPER .-,. r
    South. the to simple of iatn' THE AND producing are we that and domesticdemand -DMnnrratip !th !kfmade .I1:1n. ,
    see overwhelming, an of force sheer by lou no- respnibitieS rin increase the outstripped ,has met -candidacy of Underwood W. Oscar tative fine a stand would' he S.outh the ,'of dent 1912. ,January ;U.ttui" .iW

    winner a goal the to'right him rush and .boom .Underwood ,An UNDERWOOD -.develop industrial our that holds He Represen- of disclaimer the Whether resi-. life-long politics plans its .assumed House Democratic, stalled, abroad look to needed fact the for But Washington. 'at should it if than worse :.
    away sweep shoulders o Undo newly-in when"-'the spring last since UP .LOOMS UNDERWOOD him nominate 0
    surlus u kgo party
    we whic for no left Representatives of House the of Committee vastly do and farther might
    cdiicy na
    Osa take will residential steadily workers volunteer .our- 1.191 2 facries our of products the d abr Means and Ways,the of Chairman the Democratic The community. the .f

    Southern genuine t a of enthusiasm, the -attracting been has movement. for-President )I.R( Providence veos.-Tht market home our days.when the behind Underwoodis Mr. knows reader the As interest substantial conserving for 'gKslty 0
    under heat white fused South solid Underwood-, The material. presidential President's the by interrupted was it left have we West the of settlement the 1912., January SIIII, faliimore The in ne- the and duty the fully realirinr 0 ,
    nearly very a-it before or convention as Sotth 'and North considered., where point the at revision tariff of task with because tariff our reduce should Va Richmond. .of' Broxton C. A.'Hon. of time. same the at and Ideals rresstve;
    national the arrives-in moment -,seriously being is Southerner a Idaho of the resume. to proposes He leadership., we says He does. Underwood Mr. -"absurd. is idea The ?nomination Government"representative a is pro- entertaining 'of capable Is whi i ,
    type .
    -psychological that When waiting. of rears Heyburn Senator of the of .skillful his to due largely are. commerce. and industries of the from him bar location of matter the 'This' democracy. true a not are ,man conservative a is Underwood 0 0

    weary these all after presidency the for publicmen of scarcity round Civ work' to session ,,last the at sowed -development the with do to. anything having as should, available peculiarly him render We Constitution the. fabric'.of 4Mr.nomination. Preddettial .
    line"i last at is Dixie of heart the from to allowed been. have War the ability the and, House the tariff a of think to seemed never They service public and personality wood's entire the destroy you States the WIth!connection in consideration kls
    man Southern a that fact great the of that fact .rte and-united Democracy -member Democratic the among hacr robbing. Under Mr. If ?candidate a.' for South United the to it apply to justify to fully 'qualities,ttatewnanly tAte
    inspiration the catch will of House the. .keep to tests most abilityin to to going against reason valid any -attempt you when' But successful courage
    existing that say to much not is from "robbers" stopping but question the and sagacity political the Ire '
    dearness manager a as success tie ,
    -
    masses Democratic the and ing his legislative his I aptitude a h tariff the' to nothing was there that longer. any there is true be that "If sometunes is issue, local a enthusiasm the-,environment the 'pttb .
    inc come leader majority the to readily remarkable revealed! '
    s. out availability out died
    with will S completely.
    gvn declared 'uniformly have statesmen referendumas and"initiative The the has 'He Government the of branch
    superior Underwood's Mr. progresses js. statesmanship'House constructive he which for Washington in do to work Democratic ou ,Heretofore war. eous have ,61-65" of war the on based :unwise. be would that"think' the''popular' of control into came: vats I

    nomination the for campaign the as And of stamp the bearing Credit a has Underwood Mr. Meanwhile a thing a such be might there -prejudice and feeling sectional, that again I party. Democratic .thp of 0 Demo- the when Means and Ways 0 M
    1912. year this in te Democratic the the, of achievements_ the for that Ce .Carnegie Andrew hearing and time declared have note any platform l national the into plank Committee the of Chairman, be should t'j;
    of Man it upon. admit to "par UNDERWOOD MR. It viewpoint writersof all and South and North the of referendum and initiative the gea '
    ply press sarchight are generally quite Democrats like almost is unusual he that 'inevitable it made which
    the of an startling. well-nigh papers leading the all that fact the of put to want Democrats 'Some nothing ;!erf i
    itf such It posi. a to merit but and
    every treasures thepolitical of. most
    dayas.lines stronger in ing tat dency.This'.bugaboo ,
    a in.spite raised is years
    Jeape Democrat From
    remark is'a by has and
    reveal is personality impressive whose was on-which pug under 1912.12 January ,evening .ition. thepresi- to elected be can Southerner ;LouIs. St. of League, .of force some risen Representatives of House I
    ;for stands he issue tariff great the on from out post corner a like Friday Nt Evening Pensacola the in commerce industries the I no that cry oft-repeated the raise and I Democratic 's. Me Young" the o| -fifteen for
    a this at usefulness the of and .the of member a been has He tions.
    be would time critical I
    learned profoundly ;times at himself scene reed to Florida from. Committeeman National of development the of question the is. origin Southern his at cavil will Some -Alabama of ;Underwood W Oscar Hon. I posi- executive in want .we- what are on I
    ,
    his of the from be .
    of sure resourceful imperturbable cool or disabled become to Underwood Mr. Jennings men.-T. Clark Champ the tariff.It the is question big the think "I composition. his in demagogue the by made speech a from quoted her work- and-'work for capacity large and I'
    same ; : nothingof there and broad-minded and is paragraph a possibilities among'
    true thing is
    ; on bam of is choice wood the 4h1nLhnselfamanofnaturaIforce
    House the of floor the debate of test i .
    emergency every For leader.won a as Congressman their is' Underwood nominee, be not Under' Mr. by, remark another from[ fearless is He position. exalted the be may thing fc. such that'evidence As ,Congress in training fine a had lias Ete I
    acid the in to equal self Ala the of the' of appreciation I cn that reply they Wilson question this on light comforting a jet requirementsof, the all to up measures He ;freedom pendence'.and strongest the-oi one certainly b nod :F

    him proved has who and service full a suddenly developed Tere mind. to qestion"a me Wilson We ?year next forgotten be. to only House. White the for fitness his inde andachieved: for fought had that Under- ,'Presidency' the for andidatea t?

    -congressional of years sixteen during ahead of state nervous a in. Dot a many the ask you when ;1dero say will ,year this for "paramount as guaranteeof enough good a is States the by ratified and forefathers Democratic probable or possible as !

    steadily forged has ; about put in they nominated be? not could, Harmon. up.flame that .thel.iss-wi- tose statesmanship in record 'Underwood's dr.) wise our by adopted Constitution the jf country the before now men,the Of
    or metc ntng tar Committee. Means and Way the 'case for be' would, cOce. merely they are or firmament politcal t Underwood. Oscar Hon. fabric the destroy would that. Confederacy. 'Southern the of ter r ?|i
    Aaa with the on of hours tong Haonmen the ask you If second of lights steadfast and(;fixed the Ar ,Alabamian equipped, thoroughly and -government of scheme our' in change a against, 'mem- a was that commonwealth a -from: JL

    from leader new this But of result&Underwo Leader, ; unanimous the almost is He others the course. his .wisewell-balanced the 1912 in' hearer 1 barrier a as would'stand' that comes he because "unavailable" fltsar&y t.

    : V 1 t ] [_,. co oe shape he stars what by; and. task his standard its for choosing by selection -conservatism a of home the', be. to out turn nec- as statesman a regard to era War
    .
    Poaalblltlo&A" throughout p."pular m.re i. n. [ .J1WIT'l HMMBBB BMB iAN'*9 T n uy'u. Z111[ L40UL1 "' rom a..ay -
    Leader Now This 1912jority pilotinehargeat actual hg viewpoint what -
    -nrinatim.presidential Democratic the for from learn to interest of is it ment. has party, the that is opinion individual up break to ago century a half a tried we that suggestion % han< :mon dp1
    Among Underwood mentioned man any than friends more Govern- National the in power my but merit and distinction (o men that Union the of section that of ple good a resides nomination Presidential I
    j
    191. 2 .. has however ,Underwood "Oscar -complete into House of chance visible a ing are aspirants avowed the of peo- the that paper this in editorial an Democratic the for Alabama of ,wood .

    S Apl Forda Ocal Th J par the. :in' power in : suggestedin was it ago days many Not Under W. Oscar of mention die Ia :,
    .
    Daily From
    '
    Banner I Florida From -already Democratic the with That Virginia"All, > i. "..
    :stdpat ;
    I' 1 ,
    corporation-controlled of i .
    91. Time
    31 January York Voice South Possibility '
    battalion whole a for than he as such .Suth-Ne A'Volce Axe or Jack-screw I '
    one fo people ce'the by led ,
    have the' :
    cveriicha be can it cQnditns ; under and I -Conservative The -Presidential Southern A f
    and man is Underwood ,oetermineo. D can I years. .'-- ------ ,.-.. ,-:-. .,n..t. _'.'.'.,V1UUA..
    Coneress. me turn 9. bJhe 1911.2 November National our conditions the by' -rrrrivefltten wpll Tnav ,1.1" vi nM ,
    effortsto their in failed the "and stated the statesmanship'in of task one, strengthened steadily the into enter that'will element one : 1
    | Times York' New The forever. tIed' been has It Union. j
    bound. isi its and reformed ,
    reform .
    same just I decide. to early too now is it i i or'over' upon mails the transportation 'the for made is rkfoa:
    he the them for' voted "I b to system oppressive set and -favor their in settled settled the of the since thereis But ,
    o is tariff 1 grow'progressivey question a is man best the; -proj Department Post-Office the of action the by whenever post-road
    duties. steel reductions for voted he .and vast 'our that than since long issues the on present the, in ever which -
    intricate
    if Congress of out him turn and years. absurd'to seem woul4 it na of sense This itself. -considered be will he, choice a' f9r comes ,a 'becomes State a, within created or ,existing streams navigable and
    ismore Nothing .
    certain ,
    threat- .and views tariff the of bus opinion .tional -cncu.sions their on ac to and formanifestg'opportunity an welcome would time the when, Whether people., own turnpikes canals' railroads including 'State a within road Every*
    it- manifested has that
    election his opposed trust steel the of. ,movement ,significant most. the ,of of think to really forced If randdate. probably and might which nationality ,his by ability and, courage civic purity : 0
    ;yearsago two that added Underwood Mr. proved integrity his for trusted is he because .. .
    self-respect
    line the in and. progress of side the Southern the toward incline established and and tried -, : : '* :WIITAW'uys 0
    bill this in included steel on reductions on .South the ranging are They time of and generosity of impulse common a now people our, in is there tt trusted be man.to a is he Plainly Constitu- on book his' in Cooley post-roads. and, 'post-offices establish np(
    tarifF the advocating Congress a in stood ', long a for politics Southern pervaded by war-would civil the in loyalty their said b safely may 'way broad Underwoodhas.Mr. as best him know who Constitution the by conferred authority the under appropriation this leaking'
    Underwood that reason their giving ,unavoidably perhaps ,has that alism. mot were who those among, fact that for strorger the be even mht those among, standing .such with one for warrant ,specifiC more. and stronger a his Congress this. to addition? Bi \
    there mills important on work stopped section unfortunate th.e undermining votersey 'many' great a made and weaker' e>T not equal-would being thereis campaign presidential a qf eve ..J. > 'I

    has Corporation Steel hoe.States United are They Nation. the (o affairs the in ,issue the were tht confident are we things other-South the from 'candidate. the on directed, are ,party:'prom the of eyes ""all. at perfected' ,not' >or Government 0 General. the.If! 'S
    thatthe- saying district his from part hand other .the On few. ludicrously a that is judgment'ow Our the whoni to men. nent whose .
    leading to opportunity the perfected be must It more.inadequate- individual State
    telegram very a producing by effectively giving ad ,' set their strength.of wouldbe they believe we' counted be and e surely can one no, which of recon 'among congratulated be may party any which to. none tereis 'and' Important; more is i !kind the object-of No

    .mr bluff .the called Underwood :Mr. and theintelligence affairs national up stand to had it,by influenced be di- and depth the men of hearts and that agree will readers our think. We ,
    "the of enactment the on to-bear' bringing arc would who .those and party any by now minds the on impress their left and Nation. .
    favors' trust. steel the that the made important ,seonwe raised were it If contest National intervened have' the of advantage greatest the to be will '.. :said he which' in canals and Joads on Representatives .E
    Canoori Speaker bi the inind have tat longr. House the to made! Calhoun Mr. :in,1819. War of Secretary 0
    even 'sinc a opinion public sound 1 '
    deate .own their serving are they this in that a into nominally was one than deal that choice and ,. ,
    -reciprocity ian the"Cana over the In say we When of hands Ques "Southern the since cent good a and Nation the before 'of formation the in' aid wilt as / ( < iWWlc- i ,

    right considers he curse the :from lied the ,into House tow and ,party ofa quarter a :more Js It perience. presidencycame for'the candidate. Southern a -presented mpartiallf "and gathered carefully *"directed., be .endeavors'should our all which' to object the is This kc.< .

    bI or cajoled be cannot who m a Republican the divided'.has: that ex this withou, are voters of body ctry a information. such readers its before roads canals with country whole our checker may. ,'we peace taring .
    I greSt the that but. majority the that I sentetregarding publc of eression distinct a laying in only concerned is It :other and loan or tax new a without on carried be can" it necessary be war 0
    is he that conclusively most reduction support .
    tariff of in,.sentiment. public merely not means that and conflict civil fo oaon' no been has:There vance. any to preference in .direction. this in if then and -debt: from liberated are revenues till.nr peace us GJve' 0

    -. demonstrated m h He position. the to tla strong 'the with but .country the out the of personal'experience' any has ad- in. confidence, with be'decided, to gentleman any of interests 'U1e ,
    ess- ,
    of qualities the of trough theirownarty wit 'oJ no under'si.xty no'one ;place In.the'net easily not matter a is' this Of.course -advance to concerned not is Times, The that \1808) fa Ueper "Mr. to letter a in said" Jefferson Ttontaa
    -possession th evidence ample given b stand They ,this. prevent to teds w elsewhere Democracy. the by named were say to needless is It' presidency. the 0

    ; Undrwo Mr Committee. Means and Under- .,Mr and Clark Mr. .of course those 6f minds the WesLn the or WeS Underwood fr.} if par source for candidate Democratic; possible! a "waterways. of. Improvement the for 'and canals. of and ,roads ; :
    Middle the or East the from apart a be would fart this that
    Was Other 'military'and post-roads
    recently
    who money
    'discussedas.been has of construction the for propriate :
    the of Underwood Chairman The question. sectional a
    made tariff" -oppOsite .
    and distinct more is South the in than his oftenin :ap- to ,
    Constitution the under 'power has Congress 'That
    ; :leader floor their of proud be to reason the see wishes'o .Soojth the.to" friendly And1the tons .of'se ters in .more perhaps and Nor the in than -Alabama, of, ,' Underwood, W Oscar, Hon. .., 0 i
    .
    have House the of Democrats one -no certainly ,man sensible No- ceased gradually have! They dosey., section ow his in often more the of home own his :'n repute and : : .. .0-:: "' : : 0 :: IMI < [
    l more and 'more "):\ gether -expression finds which opinion definite. a than correspondent a '" Ilut
    record .the into staff ,
    res"Rttohed.Mowing the passed ,
    ManThe Re'al a Tariff the' and ::: '-to Or.lteraly. yeas fort'withi have rather feeling a is There State., inquiryby of.an. report interesting. very .0. ; jOn* .Representatives.: of. House. .thf t SIS', 14 March 0 .
    Representative a birth 0. S S !
    Southern from .. '
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    : The
    icreasing' o of
    ', Underwood Leaders Southern interm-, -Southern man a is Underwood Mr that the find will readers our Times : Government a as existence
    !i extensive Intimate the b 'eScciy and life .fact the is It early. thus even tion !section 'magazine 11'morning's our of half'century first the during nation' the of men leading the by :

    Rtr' .-maintained not certainly, was.. roads good building in States the aid to power
    i 1911 good.cmmo the not 1 constitutional, ;no/ has, ,states United the of Government the that party .Republican! .

    ,, Aa sigice MQb get.-TI b very .bedone.,to 'thin'proposed te: ABILITY AND COURAGE CIVIC the of leaders, the by today. made is that contention The Underwood. Mr.
    is it ;d to not inb'judgment opponents, 'his. : 0 Constitution. the wrote who men very
    tribute a crtaly is Nor the of firmly'a quite associates friend.and : r PURITY ,INTEGRITY; UNDERWOOD'S;< he of some by. road! ;Cumberland, the- of construction the of favor In' decided
    atmosphereis whose and critical, is attitude own oposu offered 1 was and 'Congress Third the in discussed was question That Williams. Mr.

    n ,tog a from but South the from excuse the b mate no-treasury the t \ .. I them. ,.building from thing different, very a be to held been has that and
    e I watchman. night raiding:agmst ot stands he ;politics I .- post-roads, : establish to is Constitution, the of language The Douglas. Mr. 0

    as ,him eloy to' "hesitate not should no plays. He. honesty. is1 this 1912. ;January, ,York New ,Cosmopolitan Means and Ways' the of head the As 'pod-the all of one-third, controls, ,, Trust "post-roads. and post-offices establish "to Government, Federal the to 0
    it says Lewis Mr. As so. do will i the in Lewis Henry Alfred-himself.. to Steel the of. part ;a is which, Company power 0 the" give .Constitutfon The clear. very is it Why Underwood. Mr. -.
    it that think to reason good is there and : lives he times .the for and country, hi questions put and ,coming. ofone's, 1911 Janua Iron & oal Tennessee The ( I' 'post-roads build .to Government Federal the authorizing .
    ;man a in trust cut; to for him, $ the do to try pu.p.ose the anticipate even will ad-, ,York New" .Cosmopolitan the in Lewis of$5OXXro"armual'payroU an :has Birmingham) Constitution_ the in find'an)1hirl:an gendcx the does Where Dougias. r.If

    titan bettr no do could The can man ever tk. he president in business. the expedites'He why.tell Henry Alfred-own. l of city The' coal .of tons, ; 15,000,000.> -* '. *, .

    moment. more of as regards he things be can man Note: complaining. out and,it answer ean' he that plainly says much levels .House on thereore dwell of production a and 2,000,000'tons{, today than fathers the 'of days the 'in: greater no was States. United the at
    upon mind his has himself he' with comes what take .will he-bill or a ;money grace by of output pig-iron annual; an tries ,
    him readiness 'round with question and pirate post-roads for need the that Chairman Mr. say to want I But door. tanner's
    for working is politician the pension the against voted he whe aswersa the and -merely present are Crpackers'who indus invested of $150,000,000 tracks every .
    He. himself at delivered\ be cqtild -taail the I when coming time a of dream not did
    '
    of arts the for contempt seeking it believed certainly ne. dstancesbeteen He reserve. no. and Dalzells the and Paynes chec street-car .of miles forty-eight and dred and! ss' wfldern the through mail carry'the to roads building contemplated they

    se- absence kee very tha and ;ing hisforess mar should duty tost doing tion..If there ba. digit, his has He in keep 'and overstare can' he setative" hun one'railroads. nine are there that -transportation" .of. methods modern and development present our

    political the be would pr.fored urgent the is liehim to> fail never duty of stress, some repre people's a as' place his From it -district Underwood's Mr. In protection. .contemplate not did fathers the that say and proposition the scoff'at may

    than value practical w par is wisdom well .duty' that believes, and duty by Underwood 'Mr. to sent folk hold and fortify to how knows he that breedinggroundof Alabama in district.. .Gentlemen post-roads. build to means. *post-roads establish to and ,post-offices 1Iai1d 0
    I such that believe our For h performance the to. single. eye an .Newspaper all. of reach' the within, himself military far s is he' Birmingham the from comes He, to means post-offices establish To, \States. United the in post-roads bsfld J
    i
    prejudice
    sufferg tg.burden He actions. and words his careful, ever been has generally gund.and hib House the Underwood Mr. -courage his evinces i it fight ,and power the- 'carries' Constitution. the .that whatever question, no 1'bere'Wl.be ,
    sea
    I' the from pariotm. small -governing in part no play ambitions political and see to easy is He frank. gives poul .of emanation This -protection against $i Underwood Mr That '. 0 jwst-roads., and port-offices 0 .
    ask
    Natiol try limited .not b whose man his ;obtruded ablt personality own and gentle Is air his 'gates his within advtag 'of to it Bryan.1 estab "to *is ,the'Constitution" language'of the use to ,power of, grants these of ,

    I Under trusted k can who his ;things little himself.. disturb ,.the/stranger For foes. blood with even ,fill would he 'blieved .they bus and Mr. of statement, 'the by misled be one and States the .by it given' power grantsiof the to effect Ul force give
    man a Mr. in has South not does be :wise life. public never ; never given was sea will people 'the believe not do I and ;
    i violent hard rnde''nor people the by him should 'it that Constitution by'the it given, ppwers the' under perform tW < 0
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    the that showing i good, immense of in and Undero his follows is He counsel own, his keeping trusts. the of first-born the or rlroad nt trade free for 'stand not does ,party its has powers well-defined, itS within' Government Federal the that WlCTC! rr
    productive be must suc party, closely who; or .Mr. -noncommittal albeit affable is, 'he meets the the'pet. either 'as chosen was Democratic. The revenue. for tariff I; but .States the, tQ ;solely belong' that fields legislative the into' eater. shocM
    controllinga' in 'butpari'al'i hate ;sinosoci3tionwith cm 'ne/cyery; casually he whom those To friendships. He .mone. of thekwoik .9t was a' for stand party !Democratic "The Government, Cenra1 the', believe ot>do I Government Federal the of port toe

    it should Even statesman.tg se dom impress greatly quties two The, his in faithful, Is Underwood Mr. -election:honest 4is Underwood ;hi Said position. tariff own his stated on hindrance or. aid without them perform should and perform to duties their

    wis-mean highest mid h mny but i honesty.h mentioned this a' *' .;.. ouce. fal every for lie Bryan Mr.., after going, in derwood 'have: .Union the 'composing, ,States sofereign the be"evc I. amr I 'thaa: .5tattt .
    , the to i inddut
    translated \ 1annn912.J. work an Un Mr. Democrats the by proposed as
    guards rights reserved protect jealous
    are' spoils par buS with ;butalong 'wisdom' Underwood's o1 ", itan it and it the of the' to desire Isis in more House 1Ida :
    and recklessness 'ligt-watc- Lewis Henry Alfred of possession the in' it ,discovered bill wool upon'the attack an 'with hope (o' thdloor on man: no is i there say 'to, wish I States. the of powers senrea f
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    accounted be would politician a'"In. Mr. emphasis'hefe'ia'placed'upon, The as, him employ to communityhas a when and commodities party of waters the trouble to sessioa re-' 'invadesthe, : it that ground the on system, 'pubfic-road our of Kwenent

    NA"SI' N OF': FKHJBE' I hesitate shouldn't I I Undero earthly of scarcest the among Honesty l 'the'sp'ed 'of beginning, the at n the'im- to looking appropriation this to made $i' Objection; : :Chairman Mr. 0 i
    '; tevenues the owned out. it' found have' folk and honesty !-came"to.'Washingt iule..orruin'spirit. .a of 0i,

    Mr .of thoroughness t the in faith Underodis. in quality-dominant The eaten ,Bryan Mr.' When I"only revenue :said Underwood, Mr. 0 /

    .1911.A,24 O. TrP an Journal Koxe neterureasonable vindictive.I, spirit nor temper ce'coua Uderood it-that does I for "Tariff is .cry Underwood's Mr. ending year" the-fiscal' for Agriculture' of Department- the r for Jiie3O,1O9-' pfopr1&bons. i_
    and has that honesty It '
    represnttve a i This demo. a not a1, We Consttn the of I He wisdom. has He ow 'majorities. cmbing' ever House. the in i making 19158) ';'R- H.( bill the consideration under having }& ;Unlo f

    fabric entire- the destroy yon States lo-Uned I the to jt apply tQ &attempt yon when I hallways the knows man a as'indg with himself 're-succeeds and succeeds arm right Carle's" 'Speaker he the bf state. the on .House. Whole! the of .Committee. "in being, Ho"ej Tbc

    unw sometimes & rf The. all in tariff knows He Underwood Mr. yet And !reformer on the of : -) lr08.f 1 April %Tetzue, \.
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    b Dot.pa. tor largelyto.h Rep- of House S. ;U the 'in Underwood W. ><
    would that of. Oscar speech
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    .1911..r 1912. ,ZS January c S. ,Columbia 20,1911 1911., t Roe, ], Providence ses-by this at House as ,ability the executive of management: derful determinationto.do the with reasonable.involved is problem what and the of safe solution is what the right.approach is what us Let ,

    11 )October AreHeral 'Ala ,State Parker] Alton Judge January A Montgomery, Advertiser The in Island of O'Shaunessy won-his shown ;I presidency. the for man here. is competition honest, of ,

    -Birmingham,the ,Bureau Weather S. U. ballots. thei with hi support the in reproduced Journal Richmond candidate.-Representative, Democrats acceptable right the has is He Underwood Mr. believe "I era the and passed has exclusion of period the that mean do I but business
    of Chief More L. Willis dency.-Prof. Democratswill Northern the that believe I country. reunited a forever establish more a plce. could : O'Shaunessy Mr. House. the legitimate injure to as legislation our in radical so being of or conditions
    office-the high that for ,Southerner a nominate to fit sees House, White the in ,Democrat Southern the believe I the for suitable, said trade free to going of favor in am I that mean not does said have 1 What
    idorsment unanimous their him give to -Convention National Democratic the When a a can who and Democracy reunite way 1 every in is he that feel I South, in demonstration OShannes.1. Mr. them. from away not and them

    friend Alabama his of plans the breaches. all heal and fkctiofls to Democrat living any than more done far residence his for except and -followed declaration toward face must we country our of laws, the by today permitted not are they

    satisfactionupon vast with look I and ,duced Democratic the all of voices the quell could has who man the for influence their use ;truths economic are judgment my in competition honest and taxation

    pro- has South the that men eminent who chosen be could nominee and support to, vigor unhesitating, with UNDERWOODsion BOOMS O'SHAUNESSY burdensof the of equalization just A seas. the beyond lies industries great our ,
    most the of one is He Washington. -presidential a which from country our of rally especially press Southern of growth future the judgment my In world. the of markets 'the in trade '

    in kind his of more have cannot we -section the is South the that believe still The sands he which for elnate his extend to business his of development economic the in way, the forging .
    that pity a is It Underwood. your I.now.I you to speaks who Yorker New and man the know to learn 191. of ,Clayton D. Henry Representative is he market his control to home at fights he when where lines, economic ,.f ,

    prfecy sch, hands the b safe ofa nomination the for wa prejudice sectional with-firm loyalty Deceber ,Tennesseean From leader. Alabama favors now most and best the along business his develop must be where competition ''
    is word the of history whole the South the manner like in and nomated party with and ;investigate should They 31 correspondence Washington State York New and ct York New honest meet must manufacturer American, the where basis a to ,law. tariff cur r ::
    in wonderful most was Bryan J. William that South Underwood. Mr. of note take should theNahlle of to-day I It gradual the hand other the on or ceases -
    the is think I which twice Democracy Underwood. for line into swing in sentiment of trend the that of reduction insistent and 't
    nation American the of destiny "The the, to due was "It Parker. Judge said country exnets throughout of delegationwill York New the that confident confidence in admitted ,Underwood ,Mr. -competition where follows that development of stagnation, The ?industries our for ;
    nominated was Cleveland journalistic those and thought an policy the profits of protection the demands \ '
    "elected and 'ar who York New and Washington in of candidacy the of advocate growth hot-house of continued
    HAN EMINENT AN Grover that South the to due was of leaders political Powerful win. observers political wise many are there -personally not is who House that one The ?take to government our for wiser tke is course Which .
    can Democracy time the is -win membr
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    24 CLEVELAND"It ELECTED can m a nominate to par cratic ballots few a for convention the before -delegation York New the of Only. Basis Producing I

    1911. October Deo fitting more ? Underwood of name the keep will South Union.A the Our. of Duty ,
    the for What pivotal chief the in ground ing Revenue a to Reduction Tariff Govemment-Genuine '
    Fla Jacksonville Times-Union Florida i present standing Tat the if and President for nominated of State ,
    session.Thti last the during had wood .1911.SOIJI'H,11 tariff of defense in ing cannotbe man Southern a that obsession los are Harmon" and Wilson Clark that 'competitor. its of fields industrial the a
    against as reduction tariff for
    Under Mr.a hand in well so force -December.J N. ,City Jersey ,Journal Mr.stand ,Underwood Mr. be should didate ancient the over get can South the If and member Alabama the toward ing enter to rates tariff adverse pay case the often is as or competition, free meet i
    ever person ballot third or second the is State York New that House the the of part a for battling world' the .
    his had has leader -Jersey Underwood.-The Oscar of can- fitting more What ? must it 'where lands foreign of trade ,
    the that
    thatno.Democratjc conclude must we results by judge the year.in this has it a leadership real -people. to relief' give to after line into fall on Cunted be may abut gossip open of subject a now is of markets the towards out facing today is and output its consume to people

    we If now. is he than session regular for qualifications the degree fall so in -seeking Undeo Mr. by drawn bills the State York New cventio the fore it fact In to-day. leader Alabama the American the of power the beyond capacity productive its expanded ago long -

    the of end the at,stronger much be possessing Jan a developed party vetoed who President the before stand be- name Underwood's Representative to close sources, from comes that has It today. America of industries the all of force fighting virile compact
    Underwoodwill Mr. session extra the -Democratic the has ,times ,believe should issue the of personification the is keep will South if that. say to as far -information the is presidential"nomination most the is It wall. the to gone not has it and destroyed been not has it '
    during a session regular the during well I as not and ,certainly m b Not m than paper this s go reports Tese rceivg from Democratic the for aspirants other all ;languished not has industry steel and iron the yet and schedule steel and iron,

    as fight tariff the conduct will he House. the of leader present the as party ,thereore.asks ftting more What wood. reports encouraging are to crowding rapidly is the in articles other the of most of true is same The $150. is it today ton
    granted for it Taking delegates.ee his of front the to come personality a Under- W. Oscar in, personified'is issue boomers Underwood the, that,fact the wall the Representative a $13.60 was iron pig on tax the ago years Forty $3.92. to amounts it today'
    States the or meets convention the so ,son-in-law isse. from of cpnfirmation comes also Alabama Un- W. Oscar ton a $17.50 to amounted rails steel on tax the ago years Forty written.

    -before known better' be will and ,however ClonelRosevelt's. said ",years many for people the and,of mlons'is extortion of relie the -F been has bill, tariff a time every cut: been has rate tariff the industry steel and .
    .
    now known well is Underwood Mr. that declares Regiter Mobile The CANDIDACYThat UNDERWOOD'S APPEAL WIDE iron the in hand other the On businessmethods. its improving and product

    had. have thepublc by felt generally be to coming its of cost the, cheapening in progress little comparatively made has industry I
    Underwood Mr. that prestige the of nightis Saturday on York New' b ciety I WIN TO HAN THE wool the time that During years. forty for unchanged practically remained "
    -nut--y -a ..jyvait.1. to.V. mav fact this I Pennsylvania the of diner the at naming approach have imposed duties the and States United the into imported goods woolen
    and know ltle however. h ,Republican a ,Longworth 1911.. 24 October World York i the on the was this to all of value average the of %90 about of tax a to amounts basis valorem ad

    at was He lead. the b far convento Cgresa What possibility. 2 New The- Americ in nearest The ticket the on place ben an to out worked when that duty specific a had has Wool, industries. steel .

    Democratic the into gone have would -presidential a a closer him York 1911. < November- -obliterated be will line section the of traces South the give to expedient thought and iron the and wool the of comparison a in illustrated clearly is ,
    r nently.
    New Press Troy T/i may even not has It 'war. civil the since
    when off far ,
    Reresetatives last .
    Wilsonhe Woodrow or Harmon througout brings makes of House inconti- somewhat himself committed Te President Republcan a of so thought been not has It ?presidency Industries.This Steel and Iron Wool

    Clark Champ a as country the the of leader Democratic Underwood Wilson which to issues questionable appointment by Court Supreme States the for South the in living Southerner economy. greatest and efficiency greatest of .
    known well been had Committee speech public rivals
    W. Oscar that very indorsing his to Democracy the for dient
    Means and Ways the of Chairman made avoids Underwo United the of Justice Chief is soldier a nominate lines the along business his develop to driven not is profits his protecting is i
    among superior no expe- come the'time Has \
    has it when ::
    a is
    UNDERWOODEvery Confederate former and Democrat a industry stimulate
    was he when Underwood Oscar dealing ination. that wall tariff a behind standing manufacturer because
    the with
    ', hour the of issues Southern A not does It ency. incfti protect to means necessity of profits protect To i
    CANDIDATEIf A AS UNDERWOOD in displays he moderation, and completar.Yet merely nom Democratic the for him naming ML tariff the :, .

    1911. ,December. -judgment statesmanlike the Democracy his were they But 1904. in Mississippi. havein will State same the of Bankhead in schedule every ofmost but 1i goods cotton of manufacture the of true .
    Sunday Washington of soundness the In years. early his' ;1896 in Carolina South Senator which country the over all protecting ,
    Star The of Williams only not is This manufacturer. home the for profits of domain .
    7 January' -decision., the for wait to have all shall we spent and born was he which in section of Tillman, and Kentucky of Blackburn from hearing respectful, a is It rection. the into entered have they far how realize we and ,abroad and home at
    strongly
    Aecns.-Atl1t thinking and of lap the b is nominee the that of sentiment, the to ;1892 and 1884 of di- definite and force skill for excelled cost in difference the equalize they where 'point the exceed laws ttriff present
    of mind te in name party's his exalted of mater The tongues. and pens many, -appealed who Wilson, to menace a is President for votes few a had Kentuck been never has House the of floor the our that apparent is it wage labor the in difference the equal would house .

    has he afars of on now names other the with stay -especially boom his Southerner distinctive, of Carlisle State. Northern a majorityin the of leadership custom the at levied product the of value the of cent per eleven or ten that I
    caaig pendg camps. Hanon presidential unquestionably I
    -splendid his by and the It not will it course Of Asa consteato and Clark Wilson -essentially is that But Virginia. West of His size. of and two to is one as about only is abroad and home at cost labor in
    b issue great one the revision tariff sculation.:, Presidential the from pear the in, cause possibities may I hans? U.* Henry of 1SW m ticket Parker is Alabama of Underwood. W. Oscar -difference the that ,product the of value factory the of -%21 only, is country this in :
    honest of'cause the to service disap- colleagues House his to rely and significance of full is goods cotton of production the of cost labor total the and imported article : .
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    -incalculable rendered has He statesmanship. true, result. the as will name wo's Presidential of discussion the in wood I THE ON SOUTHERNER A the of value the of %53 is goods cotton of manufactures on house custom .

    of standard the to up measured. nas, unucr-I__YL. Mr.1' that. mea_,_ not does f his 1 Under- W. Oscar of rise rapid The the at levied duty of rate valorem ad average that'the' consider we When

    -Committee Means and Ways the of man ; AOAIN OVER UNDERWOOD abroad. cost labor the .double than more not, is country this in cost labor'the

    chair and.zs, Democrats the of leader -attenton his on claim highest and first, the 1.91. ,Octobers ,Post ington case Underwood's Mr. in but round. manufacture we articles most to as but countries European, of excess in is ,
    house as Underwood Congressman I the in work his and masters wage course of admitted is It I
    has House the of hands rolls year Presidential the when laborer American the of actual. the that
    party.-Wash- Democratic
    two serve not could He board the by -mention honorable for in come who men abroad. than here greater no production of unit per cost labor the I '
    NOMINATE DEMOCRATS go would everything and' confused Birmi"ghm 7 January 'the at consideration availability careful derwood's merit ,politics party_ of champions powerful country this of manufactures the of most in labor American by machinery .. .
    seem ,
    THE SHAL WHOn -become would vision His acquired. just Age-Herald the b Harper to would, no for ,Congress of out or in wants American of use efficient the of reason By nations. other the of advance
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    has he reputation the all with hobs play Walter-research. useful to application Un Mr. other came for if ever never Democracy in are business doing of methods and machinery our that all by, admitted is :, .

    would he roof famous that under stay constant and experience directed well For practically vote. on a to that a issue presenting ,It world. the in country any of that as-develop to resources natural great as ,', p

    1911. 24 October News fora maneuver and House White tie on by broadened been has education front solid logcy.besto1ed would wood have we States United the in industry of line every' almost In man. laboring)! '" _
    se to Were -academic His practicaL thoroughly, is He and opinion of shades all nominato wages or or lawyer or merchant the of .
    Detroit the b Correspondent Staff heart his Underwood Mr. a cuncis Under- Mr. of the the of the farmer the banker the the ,. 1{. S !
    ,Miller E. George-.hand helping the but opportunity. his wasted have would wise. and broad been has training His success proved who leader there .has years -aspirations his in support and sympathy to profits the protect to be would there than country this of. producers and. siren -. '

    anything extend to known never was he scatterer a and spellbinder a been poised. well character His rounded.. ,Democratic twenty in been House. the in party man a entitle leadership for qualities manufac- the of profits the protect, to attempting government the in justice .
    Underwood Mr. but eye leader's party he Had purpose. single a and vision thoroughly ;was education His in Not rare and ,view of breadth Nation-wide or reason more no is there mind my To regulation. government for out
    their black to try might statesmen Other calm a for called then task His sion. -republic.people's this in anything means together his of elements warring the way devotion unselfish cry to except consumer the for relief no is there prohts protecting by abroad
    help. to could he anything do to eager se- extra the of difficulties the through that if stock good of comes He tions. knitting and harmonizing of I recogition. signal for Democracy from competition prohibits law the .and home at competition.. .. :have to cease
    the in did he what of acknowledgment was >I -'R5tKi4 T!' vT TJ XM jCT WeB$-**
    the we prohibited. ni!
    administration W cTIuon
    par never func- executive of a with man _a-, son hen .....
    valul
    piloted could claim ... .y
    have on
    ready his at always compels candor_ .r
    and elbow leader's training good a ehe .om .n h. .rr.e. 'ncl
    men of leadership I the for FOIl word Arfi 'S e r .r ""Er oL. ha.pc. ; n'r.frd -
    ben calculation. of [ and n & = i parV in *i.ry Bwfcti-S i.h great so not wm country ,
    'r" apparent or
    at
    souri he not he Had .. by peculiarly Ui' for South of control the when today i it ,
    fitted the
    wis years.jjfojwrd time first
    'L1- 2" in t
    not
    ii ofisissipiOTiH' man a is ,He leadership. his explains I I blemish. a without is life observable often command and 6O Underwood's Mr. In the of consumer the to injury the and danger the factories and nulls our of
    Wiiams Sharp John Texas of Bailey fact that truth In present impulsive. not is I -private His clear. as just is record party -organization for 'genius"a added is there the candidacy I production the consume to able than 'more was market home the and trade I
    W. joseph was, leader that whether day House the of leader the His waver. never would' smile wood's restrict'to made being attempt f an'without' honest'competition'was I when'there! I
    after years day and long minority during'the in was party rUt Under- Mr. and and through 1 ": : CANDIDATE jUNDERWOD'ASli I" ,smallinannfacturersI*of*hadjmmbers iwhenlwei aa\forty/years*or Thirty -
    derwooa UNDERWOODBut:
    .., .that the all ,.. -, 'it search,may,s-crt ;6a a without : "
    '-' Un. cnoagn'tor' mocracy'was'good. ,- 'j;;j'; AHIU AUADAIUA 1WU13...f *U. Protection the of
    I A 0",1" --
    ? AMn ADAM stands It hrilliancv.. .na. :
    ] !O rI Underwo's
    un- is record public Mr. ,25 January.Ga ,Thomson radically be to have would States .business.Iniauitv of out him put again to competitor his enable .

    PRESIDENCY ,Ledger mingham ,eferonian] The in ,Watson Tom United the of Constitution the' that would that Books Statute the on remained law the as long as field the inviting
    1912. may
    pefor-Bir- party. the from to come that standpatters the know should Everybody tommy-rot how matter no return again would country the of out driven been already
    THE FOR CANDIDATE to task tremendous hos do.- parties both of ,
    reward the on no hanging is He recall foreigner probable not him allow would petition
    Ways power wealth to cater doesn't is politics national in' had who the that Is it and ,
    ALABAHA'S OF SOMETHING witha Committee Means and long the of destroyed. be not will people the, to and as ;applause and popular win to gogy referendumand initiative the about talk com- home that level any to prices his raise could producer home the retired
    Chairman became he before party the to usefulness his but party his he and stoop oppressed. this all that people the tell to spunk the having competitor foreign The compete. to continued he if profit a not and
    man a was he to doesn't He
    % achievement and force of never may dema- ,
    5 have tact by nomination the given be ,sympathies his ;practical and sanity the has he Because (9) loss a at goods his sell to have then would he because bankrupt a become, or I
    Ocober N& his convinced all the for
    1911. 15. constituentsthat He States. United the of President be competitor protect to j
    Wilson. country
    profits
    a ;Congress purposes work his ; the from retire must his and his fixed
    judgment and
    patrioticand
    as
    rerinted his ,
    -Birmingham his well may last will that stuff nor against word point slightly prices drop to him for 1
    his
    Woodrow has it has law the that the below
    political ;spotless and ,
    on -superb leadership his
    leader.-Luisvie qualties ,
    ,Co"riero"aI fd a such of floor the master Icmplce I are his and leadership. leader.Hs character his ;unstained is ,private a say to pluck the had not has Bryan -necessary only is it profit unreasonable or reasonable a protects also but abroad I
    times in himself of elevated
    acclaim to quick to fortunate ; wood ;grab the for voted Clark Champ and home at cost in difference the equals only not that law a by protected
    are Demoats day bright his ;debate in skill his body VI II. man the revealed portunity and public record his ,because I
    they when for and bounty-jumpers and deserters is producer home the if. so done has he After business. his conduct
    a is .L UunlUCIWUUI_ .___ ,pravo -lawmaking national the in consideration under i\IOn__ into calico seen not. nan Under Oscar for am I Lastly (10) demand. ,
    .i i. u-j the which -successfully can points agencies selling establish goods
    -= T. I n---- insight ing : .11.j States and skulkers and shirkers he before distribution of and
    leaderless but far-reac- public;stump large the into on utterances the but time the all there. been .had the U_ ',n tried have shall' we after_ I ,grab. pension Sherwood the oppose .:hi advertise must he country this in himself establish J to attempt I
    seemedall party old the when his ability his and Underwood : : 1 Because (8) manufacturer foreign capital. outlay vast a requires
    Congress the on recogiton recal and legislation Direct national to courage the had he the Should and time in both ;
    arisen has who Democracy of cietain public in and floor new a of discovery the than the It ;cent per SO to 30 from country foreign a in business a establish to that mind b bear should I
    again displayed tariff the of to enough time be will
    and tune about talk
    was dawning .
    new th of legislation fiscal of awakening the rather '. iron and steel the to/cut .
    glad schedule 1
    the whic'shapes committee great the knowledge broad His ability. marked its but suddenly dawned It dedine. plan, their ether a introduced has he Because (7) Protection.You of Unfairness
    man a as district his in recognized be should I can them of bill
    of head the Representatives of House of years will that popularity of kind the not is equality sovereig ;reduction tariff unreasonable. or reasonable is protected profit the whether I
    National the of floor the his .been has Underwood Oscar For His spectacular. been not has favor ?States preserve small the of manner to a him intimidate to tried it when ,monopoly create and competition destroy to tendency a have. necessity of

    of leader applauded and recogIed schoolboy Hlrt KNOW WHO public in. rise Underwood's Mr. But ,the nationally aplied b can legslaion ,Trade of Board Birmingham the defy must profit any of protection the ,judgment my in but condemned. being 'I'

    now back' comes he ;here a SURPRISE THE.HOUR us tell them- of either I to manhood the had he Because (6): insteadof commended be should manufacturer home the to profits reasonable cf) '
    was Underwood Ocr since-SO yet not THOSE TO O'F demagoges themselves make they ;schedule protection the that assert men Some, profits. of protection the of domain the I

    is he ago merit years ow the a long so ,been not NO RISE UNDERWOOD'S MAN THE UNDERWOOD -recall and ,initiative goods cotton the in reduction sweeping invaded have we field the enter can competitor his before profit a make to i

    has It his on, won position a of prate Ban 'and Wilson Wen a also and ;tariff woolen infamous the manufacturer American the allow to enough high are they thereto addition in :
    a commanding so from authority such ?ment of reform drastic a Congress through and abroad and home at cost in difference the equalizes house"custom the at i
    with speak to youth his of scenes the United the of wishes, the to a duty tariff discriminating a enacting Govern Federal the in ,,equality their put and proposed he Because (5) levied duties the when ,hand other the On protected. not are manufacturer !
    to returns man a that often not is It -informed not was I Illinois from gentleman from us prevent to way our in stand that surrender to willing be States small ;people over-taxed our to beneficial the of profits the point competitive highest the above tax the levying by
    general b community to then I As it. favored treaties no are there that clear is It or greater a to
    Luisvie. the stated the would suppose you do When magically been have would that measure with interfered not is competition Where extent, less
    to interest exceptional of but why reason the not was that if bi 26,1910. ?system I a and trade free toward stride -competitive be to continue will it levied be can that tariff lowest the to downward

    in associates party his to ,gratifying it know not did I if asked Stee Representtives'Feb of House S. U. the ( new the adopt to ready States 34 be I-immense an was which Bill List Free ers' point that from and competitive be must tariff the rates freight in
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    much so done has he i night ocratic States United the' that stated ago, days MARINEIn ?Congress of ;statesman practical the balance rates tariff the Where theory. in ascertained easily and clear ;

    Dem- the of advocacy ,several House the addressed he when MERCHANT AMERICAN prerogatives away vote to opportunity a is he Because (3) very is question, ,this on parties great two the of positions the between line 4
    Underwood Oscar of appearance ]CANNON Mr.[ Illinois. from gentleman pelethe the give would that Congress a constructive dividing the opinion my In profits. manufacturer's the protecting of idea ;

    UDERWODTe distinguished The rersnt Democratic elect could we ,suppose you do ,When mores learn the excludes clearly which only revenue for levied is that tariff a by house ;
    OSCAR the on Applause[ you people .guess. crude a upon proceed not us let making. enoughto young and deal great a learned custom the at taxes its raising of policy the favors party Democratic The :
    the to true stand you if Congress of changed have to enough old Is he Because. (2) j,
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    treatment,honest want who consttency. Democratic Ul UUb IUC IUIU the UUk on applause 1UU UiCJT.[ UUl Congress,9IUCJ. misdirected or expediency party not and of system present the before ,changed all- strongest the is he Because (1) industries. American to bleprofit- rcason a also! :.but abroad and home--1: at cost. i
    my of mass great the represent I them. theDeoratic." tint appluse: tmt !Aa: .resolve high and knowledge accurate in difference the of protection the of favor in ,,!o'S., *w.v th.u eh.t I

    represent not do I but district my in Jo on [ reduction_ on j and experience be pilot our Let do. to OSCAR -declared they when recognized distinctly was party the of position this platform
    protected have I ,tolnmn the ta!I the make voted I steel and iron upon called be may we what of out UNDERWOOD Republican last the In profits. of guarantee a it with carries competition from
    bra to district t my in and Democrat the reduce to voted I if me -capital political get to disposition any out protection necessity Of competition. foreign from manufacturer home the

    fellow- my district your and House -rebuke would passed they that met resolved and my with- but ,favor or fear without ,act, FOR AM I WHY -protecting of purpose the for also but revenue of purpose the for levied be only

    the of side districs the in effort -resolutions and district some enforcethe time to time from can we arises not should taxes that doctrine the maintained has party Republican The
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    who alone those to Party Republican -proposition the, favored I half about agi profitless this to end an putting in bugle a and trumpet a have to have houses. custom, the at revenue of levying the in exercised
    products iron in
    many steel and Boston
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    the abandons and understands farer in to came together join to us for, come has tune 1911. you ;game noisy a is Politics it. after be should tax to power how to as America of parties political. great two I
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    nominated
    proposition the when iespective -President for necessary
    monopole us of all for proper not it "Is Wil Charles_ one.
    of creation the and profits modestman thoroughly a of times modem ,
    figure
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    -enormous of means that i ,Represetaves t )1911. 9 Dec. York New of ciety a examplein strongest the is Underwood well
    -protection soundethat have will system of House S. the (S I Pennsylvania Before Speech In( national a became acquitted he so month he And within bill bilL" tariff good perfectly a with destroy to power the it with carries tax to power The it. from away taken

    protection the of knell death the that LOCAL THAN FUL I. that himself put it from emerge and week a for room were tax to power the if function its perform to fail would government the
    PRESSUREIn charge
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    LEGISLATION tariff party's the of in we :navy army an maintain not .
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    know they but bill the b is what much was Alabama from sealed hermetically a in locked be could land the of the establish
    so not is It it. of afraid are why POWER nORE CONVICTIONS leader floor made who Congress of house either in man could we power that of exercise the Without taxes. collect and levy to right
    nothing and merit
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    it That this of I crats only the "is Bailey said ""Underwood I
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    'monopolistic the of ranks the in stand to side. Democratic i sheer from,and House Finally pers. Bailey. Senator asked I our of Constitution the adopted they when States the by Government Federal
    countedon be longer no can he that industry. of lines to the on Applause[ home. at conditions Demo- the came crash the never Underwood of think you do "What the to yielded were that powers great the all Of Government National the I
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    -products his to protection of pretense out -prosperity bring will and nations European standards false creates pa- the into name his years getting Congress. by levied are that taxation of burdens, the equalizing of way fairest and efficient !
    with alone out stands farmer Northern to gold balance foreign a paying that ,Par. Republican the by work splendid doing sixteen for' effective most the is that and "end the, in be will and beginning the in ns with
    the and removed is tariff protective our of necessity the overcome ultimately -maintained system economic unnecessary and Congress in quietly there back sat He :. in matter that for or Representatives was that question one is there but Republic our of conditions changing the ,

    that ;dike the in break will that policy a is It Nation. our to us bind that shackles the Underwood. except of know I that a of House the in tariff the on authority with change continually. will and must issues political of kaleidoscope The

    mea will bill this that well know to trade at well as commerce of balance. off ste but would we if obtained be -exception your no is there which to rule to order is It greatest the probably is Underwood
    the restore will that policy a is It every name. hear anybody make
    -country this of interests protected The can competition free where land
    -manufacture.and agriculture in products in industry production of mster

    ,Representatives)1911.of House 21 April S. U. the ( surplus us enable our'will for that markets policy foreign a is It find ple.to unrivaled of masses b.the toiling the would feed We farmers Euro our IT SEEKING WITHOUT : 1911 ,16 Dec. Society Southern York, \ New the Before Speech

    INIQUITIESIn PROTECTION'S peo American the of trade export the of harvests The ]Applause.[ .
    up build to us enable will that policy American-built by spanned cass REPUTATION NATIONAL A

    rC A tae.. commercial our to ships_ across ,engines American by drawn rails Thing Reasonable -
    steel 'and iron on tariff the and seas the to flag i on market to carried is rivals
    -protective a for vote to me asked not have' -American the restore can we which by fore our of freight The lands. and Safe Right the do to Determination .

    people My America. of fields industrial -policy a is It effective. proven and tried distant of people the clothe factories our 1911. ,Z3 Underwood Mr.
    the on battle competitive a in that policy plcy it ; of looms The Orient the and Occident 1911. December Thursday,News Birmingham the with Solved Question the Have Would .
    day every Corporation Steel constittionality doubtful a not is it highways Times sectionalism.-Shreve of November
    -existence our of the of the tread who and collusion by sullied
    -privilege.
    State United the meet We facturers. ;people the on burdens additional place 'languages foreign many speak embers dying the alive keep to serves only The wrong with compromise by stained

    manu independent are people My tion. not does It years. seven of period 9 pea by worn are shoes bt Or and kind worst the of folly is It bred. or never will with it that and victory Taxation of Burdens the "

    Corpora Steel States United the with in commerce American pint cent per seas. the beyond wants frer' and born Southern is who man be-glorious to carried be will it him by that ,
    not but home my except business steel carrying was it where a to supplythe implements agricultural Our supportany to us for inexpedient politically thoroughly News Birmingham Equalizing of Way Fairest the and Efficient Most
    and iron the in is world the in have -commerce our of cent per 17 carrying was 191. ,21 April would.be, it that assumption the on act believes, W. Oscar of keeping
    Underwood
    I Everything myself. business steel whereit point a from marine merchant ,Rep.esJtes of House S. U. the In( we but that only Not about sinister.self-conscious bar The the to entrusted be banner the Should the ,Effective Most the is Present Eternally Question One The
    and iron the in interested am I fact of our up built it ;fathers the of policy -political supposed this come' may this that News -
    matter a As Corporation. Steel States the was It ships. American of favor in RECIPROCITY painfully be to getting anywhere are We ;I-about Birmingham The of hope earnest the is It .
    -the'country.in else than South ,
    the in here right it of more hear we 1912. in presidency the for waged be
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    TARIFF THE ,SERVICE PUBLIC MARINE MERCHANT is that presidency fact peculiar the for a is candidate It place.a of of tion out -will Democratic that the campaign'of bearer the standard in party the demand named: CENTURY A HALF FOR REPUBLICANS .

    selec- the to comes it when line" "dead be Underwood W. Oscar that
    alleged an to reference constant This a arisen has there quarters many\ In INIQUITOUS THE
    LEGISLATION ANTI-TRUST RECIPROCITY ON VIEWS Supports THE OF POLICY

    Presidency the Underwood
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    Westbound mall closes at 5:10: p.m. friend: "Before I: was marriedI B60 ..
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    Mall from Vernon arrives at.10 a m. took care of some of my father's ac ...'' '
    boundmall. "
    and leave on arrival of the east CARDUI 1i:1'H1\ '
    counts. The :first time he ever asked Take .. : ; .

    !Sunday: hours; 11:30 m., to 12:30 p. m.:, me to fill but, a set of blank checks > ..;"..,.):"w. ", ';.,.;'. ,. .
    Money: Orders Issued at all hours when him he could them he told
    for so '
    sign ,
    office Is open, except Sundays.J ..: ;;; ::.;.
    .. .
    P HCUELL. P. M me: 'One ,rule_you: must always. observe The Woman's Tonic :< _.' '. ..c.... ,._ ,'.>1;(t t:':,.',.
    : Write the stub first. Make avow \ : ... ",.. : i" ., \,!: :,....

    Oar ClubbinBA.MNEB LI... to yourself like unto the vow of Mrs. Effie Graham of ''Candidate: for 'Congress--Tlird! Districts i:< t; .. :' "

    and Seml-weekly Atlanta. Jephtha that you will never write a Willard, Ky. : "1 :-I.r :, .I'
    says .," .
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    "Journal, per year 11.75. check until the stub is filled. If for was so weak I could 'v' ;... .-:; -,.;...:,::' ._ ,('..
    BA.HNEB! and Thriceweek New. York "" ;,. :?' r,":"" \
    reason should fail later to hardly go. I suffered,
    any you
    World, per :year, 91.09. write the check it would be a simple nearly' every month. for 3 :

    n BAJfHKB and'Ultlsen and,.per Semi-weekly year, 11.50.Tlmes-Un- matter to cancel the stub, but if you years. When I began to Vote for Mays for Congress. ,(tt }. f .

    BAVHBB and Home and Farm, per year write a check and leave ,the stub take Cardui!, my back hurt .." ..') '

    fl.S5 blank you open the door' to & hun- 99 awfully.pounds.I only Not long weighed after He 'always votes for 'us! ...:'.:' jf:: -i;.. ;. ,\

    mistake. Ifo "N .'IIj,;, J, /
    dred chances of one's I weighed 115. Now I ,. "" : :, "' .
    ....:: ) ; .: .: .
    I GeneralDlrectory.STATE. memory can be trusted on that sub- do all work and am ":' fe ;; ( ,.'' .
    my He see. / "At'. : l \0 -
    :
    sees'as we
    .. ; >" ... '"
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    Never to trust yours.Let : "
    ject. try ; 'i\
    OFFICIALS. in good health. Begin ,. .. 'ik I
    r-f..t .
    Governor-Alber W. Uchrlst''. the law of "the stub first be to you as taking Cardui today.A .. ,t.i.!: .J';', "",-"",: c
    Secretary. of State-H. Clay Crawford. the law of the :Medea and Persians He feels as-we/fee I I't.= ?: ;::_-,}..t","'.!'...--,, ',j""

    Attorney General- Park Trammel I have always found it perfectly easy .? ; :.;:<"; .. .;

    B. E. McL.ln. to follow that rule and that is one is of '
    Com Agriculture- Truly lie one us. .C ?:
    : .
    bank :
    reason I have a account today LONG .CHASE .
    Treasurer-Wm V. Knott. .
    ', .. '.+ ; -: :. L': C S .J.\.J.t ,
    husband is afraid I will
    Instruction-. M Hollo- My never .
    Supt. Public "L., C.. '. ... .t:;.
    way. make him any trouble with it. W. H. MILTON M. L. DEKLE, F.M.. GOLSON.. ..( :,- -

    Comptroller-A. C..Croons fre8Id D'. VIce-Presldeiit.. '. Ca8hler::.' b' F ;

    Supreme Court-Thol.I. !Shackleford: ALMOST LOST 1119 LlVK. ---: .'_,>.,..' ).!. :'":-: :. ...

    Chief Justice; At. H. Maorv. Cler.r. 8. A. Stld, of Mason, :IMich., wIll never ]drat I4ationa1 .JSankO.':;:: H"i : :'
    : ; .
    Railroad Commlssfon-B.Hudson Burr, forget hia terrible exposure to a merciless .. '" ,,: .i.-.e': :; .
    11)
    Chairman; ,B C. Dunn, Clerk. storm., "It gave me a dreadful lld." bo MARI1tNN.A .' & .
    FLA. "; :.: ?.. :
    .
    Judge/ first judicial circuit-J. Emmett write.. "that caused severe pains In my '. ";, .. ,. ;j"
    Wolfe. Fens acola.. chest, so It was bard for me to breatbe. A -'.:ow.' .,, ;c ",".
    circuit- neighbor gave me several doses ot Dr. Capital, $50_ ,000.00 '. .y.
    State Solicitor:>> first judicial .. .'
    L. Wilson. King's Mew Discovery which brought .SoliOCc. Account;of Banks,.. Corporation. firms ana Individuals., >. ,::,i'' .
    great relief. The doctor said 1 was on the 4 '
    1y n:.:wenty.years experience In the business 'tt. .
    verge ot pneumonia but to continue: ,wiln banking enables ua to- offer, ;
    O.'8. LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS. the discovery. I did so and two bottle you the best banking facilities of any bank In West F.orlda. We-also' hare; V? _

    H. S.Chubb, Register, Gainesville l Fla. completely cured me." *Use only this quick fully equipped by mail Savings handled Department as easily as In by whichwe personal pay interview.-irtereat on deposits. '. Accounts *. :"':.*;.''':.;: .

    Shields Warren, Receiver, Gainesville. safe,reliable medicine for coughs, colds, OFny Send us your business.JP" .- ...'- ?-'
    throat or lung. trouble. Price GOo Bud ..
    $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed bysiD. M. GOLSON,. Cashier. d':4, "
    WASHINGTON COUNTY OFFICERS. t.
    :. MoQeachy. '
    Circuit Clerk-W. O. Lockey, Vernon. "'ri"
    .
    County Judge-.I. A. Hutchison Vernon. .UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. Florida State College For Women : ".:
    -; "
    Sheriff-O. G. Allen, Chlpley. "
    ,, Treasurer-H. B. Tiller Vernon. A 23-POUND CAT. Chumpe-You may not. love 'me GAINESVILLE TALLAHASSEE' ,,S"'

    Paz Assssaor-J.J. WIHiann, Chlpley. -e now, but-marry me, and love will A Superior But Inexpensive Institution for CollenofArU and 8c1en.., Normal 'Schod ;:'; "
    Tax Collector-W. B. Gainer Kconnna.: Tip, a giant cat, owned by'Mrs. O. surely follow. Florida Young Mea. School, of Music School of Art School: ol !tap_;
    Four oollcaM.. agricultural experiment station ton School of Horn.Economlca. "'L.-
    Supt. Public Instruction F Gainer, F. Duncan of this city, is said to be ones Flirtly.Yes, but I'm afraid UnlnraltT eaten.1on. 44 profe ore unit u..si.t.Ftrat: clasa equipment. throanhout. TultloirIree. -'. .'
    Wausan.ttapervlsor. the .largest cat in the United States ante.. W per cent increua in attendance l last addnsa.Otbor czpa c.i very low. Jnforaatkm, .:;,'Jo';
    .
    .
    he'd catch with "
    never us. rear. Attractlre-building and camp For
    ? of Beglatratlon' '-J. W. and Canada. Tip is closely followedin up catalogue add_ A. A, MUBPHiEE. fmUtnt.. EDWAIO COMADU Pnlld..,; ,-.

    Gainer, Econflna. the for weight honors by his ..
    County Solicitor A. D. Carmichael race Yon are probably aw are that pneumonia .. ..a,4:, ,
    brother Tot who weighs 20. pounds
    ,
    Chlpley. always results from a coid,bat you never .
    County Surveyor-Thos. Collins, Cary three pounds less than: the other cat. beard of a cold reeultlisr'pneumonia. when :,.' i
    F vllle. Fla.County. ,The cats are eight years old. Tip is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy was used. Here's' a Good Slogan for '

    Commissioners: 20 inches long :from the tip of his Why take'the risk when this remedy maybe .
    J. T. Hlghtower Chairman. Vernon. nose to the end of his tail 'and hill bad for a 'trifle For s 'le.by all dealers I'

    A. C. Gilbert Chlpley. neck is 6% incres in .circumference. a Bigger and Better Business. I w
    S. L. Davis Wausau.J .
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    ..
    H. Porter Millvllle. Everyday each cat consumes 1% SUPERIOR THE JOB, .. ..Owist'..o....N1uS... -:<'., .: .
    1>. F. Gunn Santa Rosa., pounds'of round steak and a pint of :' ':.';-'.1'i,. -

    School Board: milk. How the cats came to grow 'fh l tr.aznpJeaned against*the door DON'T...BLOCK 'THE WAY! ,, 'e''

    f, G. B.Bush Chairman Orange Hill BO large is a mystery even to the jamb, while Miss Annabel Sheldon '. -'. ,

    S. J. Gainer St. Andrew.W. .- owner. She said they had received peered'out .at him through the "
    Move fast .
    the
    F. Buss, Vernon. as as procession--or move out. .Take the .:. eY
    the-same care as other animals of screen, and he gazed past her .r i"
    this kind.-South. Bend Cor. Indianapolis kitchen table." pace .of the company you are' in or. make. way., for. the marjbehind" '. .,'
    I CHIPLEY CITY OFFICIALS.. ,
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    I" .- .
    News. -
    Mayor-H. H. Wells.Marshal 'You".1ook. strong said ,MIss. An It
    -' H. M. Farrlor ICHAQRINE nab. I. "Are you equal to the task -". ; ''-:', '

    'L, Clerk and Treasurer-W. W. Cook. .. .of sawing and splitting half a cord Don't stand) 1 the way of new ideas. Don't pause in.the sell
    _
    Council-A. D.-Carmlchael. chairman. .
    C. B. Dunn.J. B. McGeachy C.E. Tbarp The marine architect was submit -of wood po' ?" path. of'. better. system..<< ,D1't. settle. down- 00'.''the" ladder of.. '
    "Equal to it madam said the '
    W. O. Butler,.Jr. ting his plans of the great ocean success.Don't t>e a barnacle. on! the ship.ofPtearess.: ...._ bl'
    _
    tramp. "The word is inadequate. I : r.-: tolChange (
    -- liner to the president. the steamship '" '" : .
    :
    -
    am superior to -it, and a moment "( ,
    : company. later the sunshine played on the door :means progress. 'Progress*meansadyaticement.- .' 'R. .-

    The Banner "Here we have the race course,*' jamb, where'his figure had so lately ; '" ;. ; ':'i"-1 "Y' .' ;." t.-'.-* i: ,..-, ."_ Bpli
    the with his "
    he said
    finger indicating. place. l leaned, and down in the road drifteda Advancement, means movement.'::, MbvBl.1,," ;, '? : ". ,, '1DON'TBLOCK '-,;. .'.' Mill
    cloud of dust raised his .
    by patient
    "
    "But that crowds too much"on the : :. ;;...-
    Chipley! Fla. golf. links,"-objected the president willing feet--Youth'sJ3ompanion. : TIlE'' WAY. ] "*t.: : .......;-" 4

    With considerable chagrin the? .architect .. J

    was :forced to admit that he JIB tcU.4'1"LUIP NOW.NomorelimpingforTom3loore. ;" ., 4
    Stand for the Upbulldinr.of: ] ; "
    : .
    had been obliged to curtail his.plansto of Cooh- 6O YEARS* 't 1

    Chipley merely a-nine-hole.course.: rant On "1 bud a bad'sore on my instep EXPERIENCE CURTIS La JONES; .J' t
    ,
    :
    tbut nothing' seamed to help till I used -
    '
    .- Huokleu's Arittoa Salve," be write., "but Our I
    Washington County. FORCED TO FALSEHOOD thiswonderful hcalei soon cured me," Notary Public State at Large. .. .. is fu:

    (teal old, running sores,, ulcers, bolls, AH boa
    business
    And Florida; "There are sonic people" said }OIr. burns, out, bruise. es ema or piles. Try entrusted. to-. .:. ., : g

    Jrowcher, 'who'seem determined. It Only ift cants at S.EMcGeachy.. TRADE IIeARR. my care will have my prompt V-;. v .
    force into falsehood." DCSICNS 1 :
    you attention: Fees ] ''!
    COPYRIGHT Ac. reasonable:; ,
    $1 Per Year. "To whom do:you refer?'" Anyone Mn'lnf' a..".,.."and d..ll>ttnn nor :J :. 't:; f/M' _
    Subscription, "The superficially; .genial person A. G. M'cQuagge\ qaleklr tion.arlofl'ennallenth.l..tlIANDB, 17 unorliilil our opinion tree CommanlrA whath.r u>. Can be' found at." -Post' Office;Vj,:,,w.j- ., )

    '- who says, 'Ah I ,;Did you have a pleasant Notary Public -. tnm.' !oat fttf.ncy: for Miaurlui 01t ea pat.Patetlta.C "te. : :" hvWausau w
    Florid
    PM.nu takw tlirouvh I llinu'" i "!"1' J3 log r
    : summer? YOU ,are simply com- /p.d.Ia.tk.elthouto ara.I.tbe .
    ti We make a SpecJaJty.ofeJLt State .Large.' .
    .hized
    pelled to *li es.' If don't, Scientific Mmm rkatt.A .
    say : you '. :.: : forth!
    he'll scent a dark 'epcret and insiston han4.oin.ly' mn.tt.t.4 wmiHy. {........t rtr- N, 'o/T11-. S" .J," &I.... ..... tie
    D.CABMXUUAE' ealatlon of an?w1.iiutta *loiirniil.. 'i'.rm..S3" art ;.. on V
    long explanation of 'what the J four maiith..,L 8Okt..11 "... -' 'r
    a A .- MERCHANTS : : ;:' .. \.,
    Artistic" '- trouble was." fff P1N.! &AOOle.! .,, New 1 qrk .... ,.....;,, .,;:; w
    Atttirney.aLaw( *sso.ee. .
    ; .
    __0___M._ ?...... ... I N S "
    Commercial Printing .. '..ColleotlOdl Specialty ..., '-II. .J.-. .. arts

    A piece oUI..nael dampened with Cham: .t CJhlpley! Fla CO.OK & CRAB, -. ALL KINDS. ': jaIAINTBd
    berlain's Liniment and bound on to tbe
    affeoWdparts fs superior to nny.paster: Attorney at J..aw. _, I APIVWMBRB. Wood''' .
    When troubled with lame back in I J. J 49-Ornc ova Curler Start Baafc. .
    or pains NES. :
    only
    The Banner .D j Am here for few days:: Oa
    side chest; It trial matters
    : the or '; give a and you are Careful attention vivea alt ntruattoanTeanw "' '

    certain to be more than pleased. Bold with",the .," AUorne7'-At-L-.w; CiI loanaa4. __. ,K.,.,.. J, ',." '. ''WATSON--- ... ::. ,- rsw
    relief which it affords. all '
    prompt by A-gcmtforrMpoiuiIble tI.... and OrMdstad .to- 0
    .
    4C: i,? ,' Chipley, Fla.Q dealers ,* '<..,UIPLEY'. FLA. .ur ._o...."..:.. .Phone86. --', .;. ... .-' '. ,

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    '., .... for tHe candidates 'are consistent with good citizenship but

    .. ;"., '", paid runners and secretaries in the field are abhorrent and no lessors other of duties at least to five perform.members" with

    l obnoxious to the decent instincts of an American. Senator Flournoy's -amendment to Whon the .

    Very respectfully. bill was first offered the expressions
    of approval trod all who heard or
    WM. W.
    FLOURNOY.Senator read It, were practically, unanimous

    and on its adoption theYe was but a
    '' Flournoy: was urged by 'for a. State Practice and Procedure, Ingle dll.enting"ote and that on the
    nan;: of the newspaper of Weal 'Commission was reported favorablyby ground that the appointment should

    117oride and elsewhere from Ume to the committee, but not reachedon not be left to the Governor. Even the
    ,: : r tSSW ime, -to become the calendar.
    a candidate for Cir veteran Senator Hunt Harris, recog
    I colt Judge to succeed Hon. F. B. Carter A bill Introduced by.him, providingthat sized as the watch-dog of,the torpor
    1 ..' I, : ? tor Attorney General to succeed ( employee of ,the State should tecelve. ation Interests said in a Speech: "The

    ". .' .$... .r, lion W. H. Kills, for Governor compensation for injuries todelved amendment !is the best that haju ever
    4Jy : succeed Hon. N_ B. Browsrd for In the courseof their employment been Introduced In' this Senate; It
    ,M .\ .. United States Senator to .ucceed 'Hon was favorably reported by the solves the problem'that has vexed the ..

    .J. it :.{ '_ ;. :rP.. ',.Te.1l ferro and for Supreme- 'committee, but was no ;-reached on' people of this State for years;, It la

    -iJ...!. or .Court 'Justice to, succeed. Hon F. 'B.Carter 'the.! calendar,; most carefully worded and framed,
    .M' II? ,each of which\ flattering pro- 1A bill {ntfodUCea.b1, him (for an appropriation and the apeecb'of Senator Flourno

    .. i( -positions: modestly, yet*.firmly, de for the purchase of aslte eaves nothing to be said, in its favor,
    A dined'. for .various reasons chief-1 and the..erection.'of a building;,. to be I. !n that his facts are Incontrovertlle -

    ""1',, among 'which was the fact he bad 'occupfledN by the' Supreme! Court, the and his argument unanswerable
    >een,,,,:chosen by: the people of the..Railroad .Commission and'the State I This Senate could pass that amend
    '; Third District as their ''Senator, and"'''Library: passed both houses and Became ment and adjourn-sine die, and we'

    '::". Nil1; 11 ffG felt in honor bound not tit seek an-' a Jaw. would have paid the State for all expenses.
    other, Jr'a higher office while hlf |i A ,bill Introduced by him providing) '." And the De Funiak. Breeze
    'term of service as such Senator was for the establishment of a >State Tax remarked at the time'that "with such

    nexplred. These Incident., the man i Commission passed the Senate by a exercise of the" veto power, the pow
    ner and mother which he grate- vote ,of 24 to I, went to the House er of government rests In the will ol

    "ullyremembers, may Justly: be re- calendar, but was not reached.A the most 'limited minority the great
    garded -as evidencing the profound bill Introduced by him. providing expense' of the session 'yields no
    respect and admiration for his talents, for the taxation, of Inheritances, bequests benefit, and the individual sacrifice .
    i as well as the affectionate regard and etc., passed the Senate by 0 of the members of the' -legislature,
    I bo>un',Jess confidence of bis uprightness vote of 18 to 7, but was loaf in the rid their sedulous thoughtful ,effort .

    of character which the "home House by adjournment.A td; better the laws and conditions and
    eople" of his section feel towards bill introduced by him appropri to promote the general welfare, are
    elm ating' $5,000 (amended in the Houseto wanted." '
    ....
    "lie AVili. R pn.sch.: "r he :'District.- He has also been urged, on unusually $4,000)Schools for 'ea hera' Summer Among the Important bills of other

    ..favorable terms, to engage" in Training passed' both house Senators towards 'the passage I,
    ,. 'VlI.FLOtlR OY. the practice 'of his profession In a and became a law. which Senator
    : large and distant city but has steadfastly A bill Introduced,by him, to provide Flournoy gave' freelyof
    'for his time and talents, was' one in
    the opening, ,
    '. Candidate'for' refused to even consider the establishment etc troduced by Senator
    Congress Third District. of roads and bridges in Walton and Johnson of the.
    change serlouslypreferring to remain -
    17th
    .. Holmes District prohibiting flrIn.ur
    counties passed both house
    a permanent citizen of his na ? 'ante companies doing business'-In this
    flue State and county among the and became. a law. State, In the absence
    of fraud* misrepresentation
    friends and associates of his youth A bill Introduced by him to create
    Re ordln. : scholarships 'for the State Universityat or decent from setting!
    Flournoy's and early -manhood; thus: demonstrating Gainesville up as a defense against the payment
    and the State College
    the fallacy of the jfnclent, saying of a policy lack .of title Jn the party
    for
    Women at Tallahassee and substitute
    a
    ". that "A prophet> is not without.honor, insuring The bill passed- both houses -
    therefor, was tabled on hit
    save in his own countryCOMMITTEE ." I own motion because of the crowded and was vetoed by the Governor. Referring -
    tlJ.e. State Senate I to the failure (by''- single
    : ; : ASSIQNMENT$. condition of thecalendar..
    : '
    ; yote .of
    ) effort it
    A bill introduced by him, .-(''Ilatlu.to an .to pass over the
    When he was chosen without a veto the De Funiak Breeze in-an editorial
    "
    fIi.r .,
    : : the'lIablllty of common carriers'for
    ,,I.." .. r. -*>, ? ..,.,..... sMSM.MM BSIMBIMSMMMliHi n M ** hint of opposition State Senator Injuries to their employees, passed remarked that "Senator' Flour
    ., :. f .. I1&ntTRODU I for' the Third District, Col. Flournoy ; Airy, In his speech stated that be wa
    r }ON. i I the Senate by a vote of 17 'to 4, andwas
    had enjoyed no advantages .of experience not there-
    as the, special 'represents/
    ;. :. I have become a candidate for Congress( ,. ,this district., !as a, legislator! yet he quickly reported unfavorably. bY a committee tlve of any faction or' class, that he
    I of the House.
    : I sumbit my record and jmystelf! frankly ,and fearlessly re- aaruied a posit l, n'In the front rank S A House, 'concurrent, resolution'. introduced .. held it to be the duty of a Senator

    : questing and hoping that 'likewise at the State's law makers and handled recommendIng to..advocate measures on their merit
    ":,. you may consider both, by Mr Watson '
    fhe situation like
    a veteran. alone and not from
    the
    that the pardon of W. S. Harlan and .vlewpolnj; ol
    : by your examination
    you may intelligently and conscientiously In the
    .committee factionalism
    ? assignments' of others convicted In the Federal" Court, and that sentiment per
    discharge duty to;self and bin first session (1909) 'his vaded his '
    your to your district, already Judge .Chas. S. Swayne presiding, oi 1 every speech and votes ,
    } r free from friendship, relationship or faction,, obligations to well known abilities were promptly "conspiring to commit peonage," While he 1.. justly classed with the

    :.<#J which should not tie paid at the expense of either, your conJ recognized of the, Committee and he was on made Finance Chairman and replaced in the Senate by a substl and recognize anti-corporation his justness Senators and tbe"othen fairness In'
    tute Offered by Senator Flournoy,
    S ,: science or the government. Taxation, an honored and useful all '
    member the substitute adopted by both: houses :"matters, and never in a single n

    $9. Don't vote for me just because we ,are friends; don'tvote 'of the Committee on Claims Mil. The bills for the Improvement and ,stance was his honesty of purpose
    tla? and Privileges and Elections. questioned by any one."" His speech,
    against because adequate equipment of the schoo''
    \: me merely for
    personal
    some reason In the suceedlng session ((1811) he ordered to be spread upon the journal
    and colleges his arrivesupport.
    always had :
    >..J or caprice. Charge against me the evil of my ancestors even was made Chairman of .the "A" division I and too long to be here quote, ,

    :1': further than the fourth, generation, but don't credit me with of the Committee on Judiciary was a 'm lilterplece of concise and'

    '"''r'; nor' risk the welfare of this district on the achievements of a position next In rank to that of 'CHARACTER. AND PURPOSE OP persuasive reasoning and_convicing
    : *
    President of
    : the Senate and acceptably HIS WORK. logic In'whlch be reviewed and critlcised -
    ":: !' my grandsires or uncles. served, as a member of the Committees the' Governors veto message
    A legislator should be Judged, not
    .:. J\ I believe it is the duty of the candidate and not that of on Finance and Taxation by the number of bills he Introduces, with courteous but forcible eloquence),
    the candidate's Legislative Expenses, Pensions and towards the of which he and participated In an episode quesboning
    opponent, to fully and clearly publish his or passage
    i Enrolled Bills.SCHEDULE. and 'repartee, with the
    ,: '.:;, record and his own characteristics. so that he submits !himself I contributes pose and provisions., but their Thus character judged, pur.the of the measure which gave opponents

    :; to you as the great impartial jury, .between his, personal BILLS, ETC. legislative career of Senator I: ouruoy unfeigned delight to all who heardit.

    ':::f;5 ambition and the"good, of the government, and likewise the .One of the most Important measures exhibits a record of which not only *

    -, duty of the voter in this to receive his "early- attention her but those who by their vote. Senator Flournoy was profoundly
    .. :.' : constitutional relation to demand was House Bill No. 645, Introducedby '
    Interested in the fate of bill
    chose him forthelr Senator, may well ; a introduced :
    .:: ; ; such action from each candidate, all of which stimulates Mr. Farrls, of Duval, regulating I and justly be proud. by Mr. Newton In the 'session

    .:' 'i alike our esteem\ and confidence in the machinery of our the assessment of' railroad and tele- The bill providing for the taxation of 1909, and amended in the Senate,

    .' that graph properties. When it reached of inheritances, bequests, etc., .wa s providing for a State Board of Pensions
    : government true ballot
    by your justice be done-
    may the Senate Senator Flournoy at once I I one of the chief features of SellcltorFlournoy' and making many radical
    The greatest enemy ,to you and to. our government; t 0 pronounced 'it (as well as the existing legislative experience. Citing changes in the pension law in an effort

    both labor and capital is the failure on the part of both can' statute) unconstitutional becauseIt the salutary example "of many ol I not only to economize the State
    devolved the duty of assessment the states which have enacted slmllai revenues but to eliminate from the
    :; didate_ and voter to conceive the purPose of government and j the Comptroller
    S.-; "' upon and other law., he gave his' best talents to a pension 'roll many names of 'persons
    to realize his connection and duty, ,the fearless discharge ol state officers, and was therefore'vlo- supreme effort to atregthen Florida'sfinancial unworthily 'receiving its benefits. In

    14 '. which, free from prejudices and all baneful influence,- is pre. lathe, of the Constitution which forbids status by extending the taxing opposing the passage of the bill,

    requisite if our government in its present form is to continue. any person to hold more thanone power 'to, subjects of taxation Senator Flournoy uttered one of the
    ; office; and he offered an amend more albe to bear the burdens ol I molt eloquent tributes'' to the Confederate -
    eet }1. The greatest enemy to both labor and capital ,is the candidate meat In the nature of a substitute government than the average householder veterans, living and dead ever

    fdi of a faction or of some individual, who seeks to be providing for a State Board of Assessors with little property subject to heard In the Senate .Chamber.; His"

    ': elected not by publishing fully and ,clearly his record that to be composed of five cltl- taxation except his modest home.'The Speech which was ordered spread upon
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    bens, to value for taxation all railroadand
    lad handsome majority by which the the- pages of the journal, Is too
    :; you may examine it, but rather deals in inuendoes, appealsto telegraph' property: ; which was measure passed the Senate was a certificate long to be-here quote in full. He said

    x61, -, passion and glittering generalities. adopted with but -dissenting vote, of Its value, but unfortunately in part: "Mr. President. I assume,

    spIi'I: do not ask that you vote for me, but rather request and the bill passed, but was vetoed It failed of consideration in the House as understood and gathered from the
    vi r : by the Governor. An effort was madeto by reason of the congested condition language of the- bill, and the discus-
    that;.you fearlessly examine me and my opponents with re pass It again, notwithstanding the of the :eal ndar. jslon,. that these two questions, (reduction

    r1? '4'' spect to our special qualifications for the great work and opportunities Veto but it failed for Jack of the constitutional The bill providing 'for a State Board ot the expenses of the State gov .

    .J;.. to develop every interest within the scope of thecongressman's two-thirds majority.. of Railroad and Telegraph Property ernment and revising the pension
    .S A bill Introduced by Senator Flour Assessors, was one universally acknowledged I roll), are the real Issue that moved
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    duty. noy to authorize the courts to ascertain even by Its opponents, as and Instigated.the formation and pub;
    1'L: Measure us rigidly. Let us equally with labor and and fix!: atto ey'. fees, passed one possessing peculiar merit. II 1 mission to this Legislature 'of House

    '!:. capital and their necessary organizations be guided by the the,Gcnato. but was. lost on the House would now have been upon the statute Bill No. 808. Yet, 1 submit th .while
    jalendar adJournment before, It, book, but for Its veto by the Governor the end desired to 'be "achieved! maybe
    truth. Let establish rules 'and -
    us principles their '
    guidance, was reached. In urging its passage by the and Is right and necessary, they
    -;;, for the control of ourselves and many men of many conditions A concurrent resolution offered by Senate, notwithstanding the veto b means by which it is to be accora'

    : free from sordid or selfish motives.. In my private life, fclm to create a ''Joint commission to the Governor Senator Flournoy delivered pushed are not, to my mind, com
    7e'tu'' examine and.report on needed amend a notable address, crltlcall mendable. We should not in our ef- ,
    .t.;: .military and public service I have. followed these
    o g precepts, (Uents to the primary law passed, the examining and effectually demolishing fort to reduce the expense of the government
    :: -"irrespective of any fancier public sentiment. ulterior: results Senate 'and w..' substituted In th
    S .t;: ; Whatver glory or distinction may 'have* marked my publiservice Housefor a similar resolution .an d in the peroration .of which he 'necessary to pay those who are /enlisted .

    -iiif. has'lbeen the result of_such efforts.. Ldopted.A said: "The fixing ;of assessed valuations as entitled to the benefits of
    of the vast railroad and.telecraph the pension act permit ourselves to
    joint
    ; resolution offered>
    E ;:A.- ,. :i Jn 'thir campaign ,I believe you intend to demand the embodying an amendment to by the him con properties Of this State oughtnot draw distinctions which, are not props

    I ala .,%if: highest order political action from the candidates 'and that stltutlon, for increasing the salaries to be left to the discretion ot t er or fair or to create new rules requiring '

    log '" '-.;." your answer to appeals to passion will come as it came to of Supreme Court Justices passed the I I anyone person. If the limited value additional 'action on the port
    ot of the thinly populated of those 'grand old warriors, .j
    Senate property causing
    siZed' by a vote of 28 to 3. A.similar I
    Xerxes, that you consider and fight not ,for money, but'lQr resolution originating the Hous counties must be determined finallyby them unnecessary trouble expense '

    lortle ar. <';;'r honor; ;which alone _can give peace to -social and politioalife. passed both home.A .. I a board of five! members, fortiori i and annoyance. and the humiliation'of

    , '" usl i.I i. ff',"' bill Introduced by him to should the valuations of the vast hold- making application.and proof again
    ion.rtte. : Id..for pro !ngs and properties of railway and before they can continue, to be the'
    GW : I therefore ask indulgence for the earnest the method of. opening establishing.
    ., your consideration etc.. the public roads and elegraph companies be left toward a I recipients of' this slight token.- which
    ...P t h. pt my record below published and to, be con; bridges In the counties of Waltoa I oC five members and not to one they not only: need but also merit.

    I >a a tinued throughout the campaign. The press is inthe Holmes Washington and Santa Roes I 'weon! : If ttlA assessment I I..* too low. "At us not create a new' act' and'
    the people will he I
    say Is influenced create new obligations' and trouble
    t := and should be fair giving both to and and to provide a road and bridge fund '
    J'ood' open you my by the railway fuel humniatlou
    for those counties both company; while If I it for the old soldiers,
    passed houses
    'ecea: opponents the facts and principles upon which I elici and became a law Is high the latter will be Unsatisfied, :out let us Insist that that executive

    ', action and solicit your support.. I have and will i and assert: that be lacks manhood and officers that the county' 'commissioners
    your A
    bill introduced
    by him to
    extend '
    r w 1 : .is moved and led ..throughfeat of con who have a duty to perform. ..halrperC
    : have no paid workerS in the .field. Not one dollar will be the jurisdiction of municipal courts to demnatlon.
    public
    Blither :
    .See sentiment. I rm It a* directed by the statute
    S 13 so spent :by me, because ,I: believe such to be the basest o:f the and county limits passed both houses horn of the del emma should demand and by 'the Constitution 'x: x x, and

    corrupt influences .on ;fur bdy jpolitic. Voluntary workers A was bill Introduced approved by..the Governor. a repeatof such law. and placethe not'Dlace the burden juiffiD t&S-lnnc
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    1 THE BANNER Encourages Waterway.Mrs. I


    Maude Wood Henry
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    rUB148HKI KVKBY
    field agent of the Mississippi to .
    F1.
    I atWA.UTBR ChIBlsy,
    Atlantic Inland Waterway Association \; ,

    4 W. JONES, Bdltor. We Se .
    has returned from a '. ,
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    Entered. at ttwpostoace at Chlpter. Fla.. M trip to Washington county '; o,;J ..'JiII'I .'
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    ..coal dial mail matter. .:,I, 1
    the St. Andrews Bay countryand '. ... .' 1'1'1.,' '.' ,
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    reports that interest in that '. '' '' '.' ; ': 'y, ""1! / I." ,
    SUBSCRIPTION BATES: ., J"
    :' OHB TKAK....'.. .. .:.. .11.00 section the project is very keen l' WHAT"*?' ''" :' -."" .,,1'':::';' .tr.",.,., r'. .""t".,.-'.

    CCMOXTHS.60TKBKK says the Pensacola News. Mrs. 4"i'0', : ",' "

    MOirtns....... ...... .. ... .88 .. ,,:,," ,., ',,' ,.
    Henry appeared before the oard .' "" .. .1,;"
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    Advertising rate UrnUbed on app1JcatJoa.f. of county commissioners,, of .: ;.:::. ;: :1"Y'- ,

    Washington last Mondayand "". ) ,." '... ;1' :
    county : ., \ ... ...
    Communications on live topics espe '
    ..... dally of local Interest., are solicited. If se.cured an appropriation of ; .... '" '" ,

    It understood, however, that the publlsh- $200 for the association From .. '" .URNiTUk; -
    .. of TH. BANKER: will not be responsible t..; ... p.:1. \
    for opinion expressed: by correspondents.' citizens in-the bay country, Mrs., : ;
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    Henry also received su6 'antialcontribution's Ayl
    TM' BANNBB wants a UTO representative ,
    and correspondent a"very postpffico. to. 'the waterway -. I
    In the county, and will make liberal arrangements w
    with the rlgrt-partles. cause. I' .

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    Arid Our Prices'
    THUR8DA'Y.+fOH. .-.. uu?. Shakespeare makes one of his :, ,

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    '" characters say: '"I never did repent :

    Florida Development. ofdoing good, nor shall I ..,' w :;, .. > ',. ; '" ,: .t..t.i

    A remarkable showing of the now.'" That' is exactly the sen- Ai i" Lowest.,, "

    development of Florida in the timent of every business man in ... :

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    past ten years is made i in the our town who advertises, generously 0 ? .t .. .
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    official agricultural tistics just and sensibly in the home ': (jfi iSee '" .

    issued by the'Census Bureau: paper Such action'is both good ... :

    ." The number of farms m the and wise., and the benefit is shar- '. ':: ; '

    ,., State was 40,814 in1 1900 and 50- ed equally by ,both business men ., -. ', .' ,' ..-,, .-' .,

    016 in 19lb-an increase of practically I and their customers. '.:; .. .Z: ,

    .., ". 10,000 in number of farms ... Dekle :

    1 in operation in the State. Call For Primary Elections; Campbell & Company.

    '':' '' Tbe'value of .all farm
    property
    i The Democratic Executive Committee .

    1./ ,'" in, the state, was .$53,929,064 inI of Washington county, tstata, of Florida, .... _. ._ _._
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    :1 ,; '1900 and $143,183,183 in 1910 hereby call and provide for the holding or
    a Democratic primary election to be held

    an increase 165.5 per cent. in la Washington county at the. legal 1 polling ANNO' NCFMENTS. For Tai A__..or.I For bounty Commissioner, DI... No.' 3

    ,; ten years. places In each election district, on hereby announce myself a candidatefor I hereby announce'myself a candidate.

    lu.the same'periOd the value of Tuesday the 30th day of Anti!, 1912 for Tax Assessor of Washington county, for County Commissioner from District
    the. nomination of all emocratlo'l candidates Political announcements under this subject. to the action of the Democratic No. 3, subject to the action oLtheDemocratiaprimaries. -
    ,4 farmlands increased $63,000,000 Primaries, and solicit your support and 1 promise If elected,
    for t.be'office. of State Senator from head 'will be W: tot all county officers ex: ,
    Influence. If elected shall endeavor to faithful
    and efficient attention to all business -
    ; the, value. ot farm buildings' the. S5th. senatorial. district! one Representative cept County. Commissioners and members conduct the affairs of the office with fair- eomlogbefore! the BoardUFOROEiF '

    1J creased $15,000.000, the; value of a County. Judge, Clerk, of the of School.Board, which will be$3.50each. ness and- justice to all.DAVE ;. UAIIER., "''''
    ;CIrcuit Court. Shereff/ Ta Collector,Tax All announcements must be. paid for l In D. DAVI -
    ; I implements and machinery increased For Member School D'ard"2D4DI".
    i,Assessor County( Huot.'of Public Instruc. advance. '

    7'' $3,000,000;, and the valueof 'tion', County Treasurer, five County. Commissioners 'For Tax: Collector: him The to friends succeed of Mr.himself U. B, as Bush Member announce of ..

    domestic animals increased three members the School L. H. Howell for Representative, I'hereby announce myself a candidate School Board for District No. 2, Mr.' "
    for Tax Collector of Washington: county Bush has served
    Board; County Surveyor, Supervisor of us faithfully for many
    9000000. Registration one State Committeeman To the Voters of Washington! County: subject to the action of the Democratic years and we do not feel that bis'' day of:'.
    If elected ..
    : all times thelaffarsainrtheonnee usefulness Is near ,., '' .
    Washine'ton'county' makes an lone Congressional Committeeman, ..Jus lam a candidate for Representative to discharge' past yet. FRIE.1 D ., ..
    His
    from this county In the Legislature of ,
    Ice of the Peace and Constable for each with fairness to all. : ,
    showing. In the decision the
    equally good 1.900 ( 1013. subject.to of Democratic 1 thank for all past. favors and solicit ''
    ..cb' election district, one member of I primaries April 3D and May 2S, 1912. I you ana Jnfluence in the I hereby announce myself a candidate. '< .:-
    t : the tax: valuation was 1357246. County: Committee. from eacb election' If elected I will Introduce and support coming your primaries.support loam for member of the Hoard of Public In"','':" '.
    In 1910 it 3635511., The .. a bill providing for a division of W ash- Yours truly. structlon of Washington county fronn
    was
    ,district. Inn ton county ollowingthese( lines:,Com. II, B. TILLER. District No. 2, sujbect to the. action 'ot-? ,<
    number ot acres of land in cultivation :SECOND: PRIMARY. meoclnff at the north west corper of Calhoun the Democratic primaries. If you see fib .. *.'
    county thence running west. thru nominate> and elect. this .
    Provided that a second primary, where me to f IPorte.ns11'I.:: ;
    in 1900'' was' 25,998. In under provisions of said law the center of Township a north,' Range 12 For Superintendent' Pnblle Instruction place I promise you the best :, '.: '
    I pecessary west to ran Elllne between Ranges 13 fc 13 possible for me to render. o'-, ,' '
    1910 it was 40,088. The value of I hall be held on Tuesday, the28th. day of thence 80U tb. along said range line to I To the. clttzensjof Washington county, I Thanking yon In advance for your vote..v t.-
    ';\ live stock in 1900'was' $180,218. :May 1013 to choose!' between the highest. Econdna creek, thence,down said creekto and especially registered voters: After as well as your Influence among your -** : '
    {, candidates wbere'nomination shall not tbeBase Line; then. west along' said having carefully considered the. duties of neighbors In my behalf I am .'.' ..
    In '1910, $482,546. In'' 1900 the I Base Line to Plnelog creek thence down County /Superlntendentof Public Instruction I Yours truly .. "* rAMOS '-
    bave been made by majority.vote. In the said creek to Choctawhatchee river, I and being solicited by some of my la. .7i. ': >'
    ;, ";'" value of farnVproducts'was $248- first'primary''election, and at such second feel that the above pIanwlllee,, perfectly" strongest friends I hereby announce my- RQ.OC' ....:.':i01iCoj,. ,' -

    .1 ;
    division and eminently fair and Just to ject| to tbe action! of the Democratic primaries '
    Wore qualified to vote In the first prima and If elected promise-faithful To the Voters of Washington County: ? I
    :/ And the enrollment .of pupils m the whole of Washington county.I *
    : .. fry election be permitted to vote. will also favor a bill prohibiting the service,- end;! to conduct the business of I am a candidate for the office of Clerk* ,,W, ;? I
    the public schools. of Washington QUALIFICATION OF CANDIDATES. employment of convicts In competition the'office In such a way as to reflect credit of the Circuit fonrt of Washington conn-' -->-- ;-, '
    on myself and my constituents will ty In the Democrat c primaries, and resi.4; '?> .
    county in 1900 was2,355 and the :i Those and only those persons shall be with being free employed labor ,on and the providing roads of the for state.their appreciate your votes and your trnst imposed pectf oily solicit your votes and ,u port. .; '" ".';;;./

    '. total receipts for school permitted to. become candidates In any At. all times I shall use my best effortsIn In me. Thanking you In advance, If you elect me to this Important lace. I .' aa'," .; I
    promise the
    purposes [ people of the the tame" .. ',
    primary election held by the Democratic behalf of the' common'people of our desire to remain your servant. county ;- y
    W. T. IIOHNE. fidelity to duty that I have given In ,,,;)" C,, '
    958619. In 1910 striving to their Inter- you ,
    was county conserve1 : I
    } 'tn said who declare under the
    :. Party county' ; ,Ad,,,..._. ao'" protec. '..'.'.em aga'.ne t upjuetan.A.. ,office I now hold.-""y < .
    the enrollment pupils baa increased Oath. said oath. to be filed with the. Chair dlscrlmnktory. legislation. I Thanking youClaude In advance for Jour vote;'" :; .:,,':: ,
    -' man of the Democratic executive committee With the hope that the above brief out- To the'Democratic Voters of Washington and your influence among youroellfbbo.s ,
    to 4,035 and the total rei I In mJ behalf, 1 am 1 y r-::,;
    County: .
    of said county,'tbelr allegiance to i line will meet with the approval' of the ..." ..
    1 mv announcement for ) "'- jRespectfuly
    I hereby' make \ '
    : of :f
    for school I ask
    ceipts voters Washington county, most ,
    purposes was the principles and organizations of the. respectfully for their support. the office,of County Superintendent of W. GAINER...<.J
    ; 3861191. Democratic party, national, state. and L. H. HOWELL. Public Instruction for Washington County -\1i' : '
    % I ,, -" tbelast. election. subject to.the. Democratic primaries.If ;' ".
    T m county, In general
    t a i >
    i r.
    nominated and elected I will follow the ,
    those!' Bulletins.. ELECTORS' QUALIFICATIONS For Sheriff: Constitution and the school laws of Flor- '. :,': '\.,...
    ; Those and those shall be ida effort to work faithfullyfor '
    using
    only persons I hereby announce myself a candidate every ; ,
    ., Thhe department' of agriculture permitted to vote or. participate In the for Sheriff of Washington county, subject the. benefit of a better and broader .', .
    the action of the Demacratlo Primaries system In our public schools. I promise -
    to
    f. Washington D C. is send management of any primary election held all the ability I towards conforming ,
    : ; Thanking you In advance for your aup.por' possess ;
    the Democratlo said ''
    by In the
    party county and influence I to the Jules and regulations of
    ing out many excellent pamphlets who are white Democratic electors who Yours am truly school board in Its 'lawful dnty. I enter

    a on various subjects and the state declare their. adherence to the. principlesand JOHN W. WILLIAMS.. this race free from any entanglement 1
    faction. to
    with any ollane or expect
    t't'f" boards of agriculture and state organization of, the'Domocratlc party I do my whole duty as director and educa- :
    national, state and county, who are I hereby announce ray candidacy for tor. L. U CIJA LEti. jIi:1I
    experiment stations are also arlV"l by the laws of the state lawful electors In the Democratic nomination of Sheriff' of .

    ': lug out good reading matter' to the district In which''they offer to vote. ,. elected Washington I promise connty.to faithfully If nominated discharge and I County.'Couamiiwloner, let JDUu -

    'i be had in most cases for the who have paid their poll taxes legallydue / all tbe duties of the office, especially so 1 am a. candidate. for County Commissioner .. .' ;'t:
    the second Saturday In the month 10' the prompt execution and service of for District No. 1, subject to the
    t"'I r asking 'How many of you take proceeding such primary": election and processes and writs, both criminal and coming Primaries and .Till appreciate

    the trouble to ask? Or, having who eball when challenged by elector. civil, Issuing from the various, conrts. of the. sapport of lobe voters. I promise If
    any the county. elected to serve :you the best I can.
    asked and received how many of make In writing his oath before an Inspector I respectfully solicit the support of the Yours respectfvlly,

    : you are learning the lessons that. he 'supported the nomineesof Voters In the Democratic Primaries with BENJ. PIPHIN. ,
    conscientious derlre to' discharge I If
    taught through them? You have the last Democratic. primaries! for the erected every duty of the office, with: loyally -. -. ,- .
    to pay for the printing and distribution nomination. of' state and county officers, to your Interest. For County vommuwianor P'.'. "0. >II. "-. .:" '

    of these bulletins, provided he participated In said prima. Yours very truly.HENRY To comply with a promise to' friends t\t" '!,,,. 'i- '- 'I .
    .
    through taxation whether rice and that he will support the nominees FARRIORTo that I would go Into lobe race for County :' .:
    you Commissioner. 1 now announce myself a '
    .
    > of this primary. that office for the Second ,i..V.
    4 'get them or not. Why: not have Washington candidate for I
    PROVIDED, It Is the sense of this com the county: District, subject, to the action of the "
    your own? mlttee that no white elector shall be prohibited I. am. candidate for sheriff and earn- Democratic primaries. I promise If elec- / r j
    estly request your consideration In the Ii'Engle T
    .1 \ "" from voting In said primaries ted, faithful attention to business coming ; ",,
    Democratic primaries. My Is
    before the Board. I will, appreciate .
    STOMACHmoollEs'& who. If challenged shall declare under mv best recomemlatlon and IDassure yon vote and cupport. Editor DIXIE and THE BUM : : ,

    oath In writing, to be Bled with the. Inspectors of a clean able and fair administration. your Yours very truly, ,', \
    of the duties of the office,without fear or l .
    -- that. he not VWE.MQBRIS.
    will
    ,
    vote against or favor, should youchoose me as your '
    Cured By Vinol-Here is Proof any nominees of said primaries chelf executive officer of the count,. J I Candidate for, : :.
    j ASSESSMENTS.What / : : shall make the. race on my own ..merits.I .- 1 herewith announce my candidacy: as ,
    Seymour Ind. I was troubled with know nothing of political wire pulling, County Commissioner from District No, a, Congressmanat-
    chronlo stomach trouble and five the candidates beforesald prlma' end I ask careful -..:.
    6 a earnestly your consideration subject. to the action of the Democratic "
    I weeks ago It got BO bad I had to give ry election shall be' assessed as follows, before making up lour mind Primaries. If elected 1 shall endeavor to Primaries'; 1912 .'
    up-work.. I bad' tried various medicines which amount shall be paid to the Chairman as to whom port.RespecUnlly do nay whole to the premises safe- '' <: ' of the. County Democratic Committee ]yours eaurdlng as best may the Interests of ; < ,!
    I without relief, and was finally: M. W. BRE1TT will '
    the people of the entire county 1 '
    Induced to try VlnoL After taking the on or hefor March 30, 11112, to-wlt: appreciate your vote an4 support. H. has fought for th e P. pl. ",,'.. ,

    first bottle I benefited. For Senator: .. .... .. .. ..9 9.00 : 1 1Y., BU U. ;
    was greatly To the. rights for ml* 7a.H.. will : 2,.. '"
    For'Representatlve... .. .. .. 18.00
    ,Am now on the third bottle and ready I herewith announce my candidacy for ; I' 'r
    ," to',resume work Am rapidly gaining For (',oupty Judge .. .. .. .. 50.00 the. office of Sheriff of Washington county I hereby announce my candidacy to sue-1 continue this mo fight in theme .
    For Sheriff, .. ',.....'.. u u .. 100.00 subject to tbe action of the Democratic ceeed myself as County Commissioner '::1'
    tl ,'j/ In weight and etrencthEelW'oo He-- for Clerk Circuit Court. .. 100.00 primaries and I earnestly ask your consideration from District Nn. 2, subject to lobe actionof forceful ..a7ln Congrooa j J. : I s
    man. and support. And I If elect
    you the democratic primaries. If elected I .
    .( For Prosecuting.: Attorney. .. 6000 met promise to .give- a fair and
    It Is the curative medicinal ele- you ball endeavor to zealously safeguard the '
    f"mentl of the ,Deeds' livers, .combinedMth' For TaJ: Assessor.... .. .. .. 75.00 square, ad-nlnlstratlon- the once interests of the. taxpayers and all citizensas Votefor Xi'Englend i J
    For Tax Collector.. .:.... .. :. 75.00 w Yours truly in lobe past, and earnestly solicit your
    t the strengthening properties ,.of, For SupU! Public Inst .. .. .. CO.OO JOHN T. BBITT vote and support. your choice for DistrictConyroBaznan.'TOO I
    tonlo Iron contained In Vinci A. C. GILBERT.
    which
    .. For County Treasurer ,..... 25.00 ; I
    ma1l .ltlo successful In restoring
    : To the Democratic voters of Washington
    I i
    For County /Surveyor .. 10.00
    .. perfect digestion and; at the same For County Commissioner.. lS.ocrFor County. I here declare myself candidate for
    I It builds I am a candidate before the Primariesto Commissioner for the
    time up the tired over-, County Second:
    Membar School Board.. "B.OO be held April 30th and May: 88th- rekgoctlvely .. Commissioners District "I "" I
    and rundown
    worked system.
    F- : : -,For Justice of Peace.2.50 for the office of /Sheriff, and elf to the. result of the primary elections, I The bottomest pit of the deepest '

    Try: a bottle of Vlnol with the nn'derstandlng For Constable .... .. ...... .. .. 9.60 promise If elected, prompt nad efficient and solicit the vote and support of tbe is' : l_
    } 'that your, money will be '. Registration.3.00 attention to the. affairs' of tbe office; and voters of our district. II you elect me I. sea not too deep to bury an. ;.
    .' returned If It doe not help you. 'For' Supervisor* honest and graftless administration., will give you the boat service it Is possl-unhappy past'provided the:eye '
    t f. ;\ \ :.sW: GLotwiBT: Chairman. Respectfully" bte for me to render.. i ,"- I 19t..... I
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    'Resolutions of Respect.BY ., .1 r bereavement: authority to put the public road E. O. Saltmarsh" ,-J. W. Lurton

    .%\ ., ------- .. I That we in particular feeling I. t;\u8/ tU. I leading: from Wausau to Vernona and O. E. Longzales, prominent
    '! -- I. O. O.. 'r. I our hearts staggeringbeneaththe ( distance of eight miles) in officials ot the L. & N. railroad

    .{ Whereas; The ,me'lancbolyevent I IZJi I unspeakable shock of grief Glad to note that Uncle. Ben, is good a traveling condition and were here a short while Tues-- '
    of the tragic death,'of Buell,' caused by the death of our be- able to be out again. then a regular automobile' ,or .
    .. Cook* having' loved brother, and. that Chi'pley'andthe hack line would be established' day! '
    ;: and this Lodge recenuyoCCarred'I''I State'of Florida ,has losta Mrs, M. E.. Grant of Daleville which would save the people of --
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    a member ,
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    : 4 I ing in the general standing grief 'and de-1 citizen and a good, man whose friends here at.least .twenty-five miles insteadof ,J. ,C. LURING; :

    ',' siring to manifest: its sensibility: every purpose in life'was to live Tbe"aged Mrs., W., T&r Jones going around by Chiplev.Tbii :

    \\upon the; occasion: of ,the 'public honestly and for big friend's;. was visiting and shopping., here. would save expenses to the .
    Therefore belt the peoplerand: county 'in :attending '" ..
    Resolved, By "Chipley Lodge pastweek ; c'ourt' *' Will'thia be lone? jTVe,
    'No.,56..L O..O..F., that ,we deeply grry to note that Robert Simmons think not. Who can' >lame -we -
    deplore his .demise and that his wite andchildren are people in the southern part ot
    our, tenderest'sympathies' are suffering with measles and tai the county for asking! forcounty "
    "hereby'extended to' bis relatives I grip. "- division! ? Not we. .,
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    and loved ones. Belt further Glad Miller. ""' .. I .. i' .w
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    Resolved, That a.copy of these wno had his leg broken is able to B. Y.:P. ,U. and W. M. U. Conventions '
    resolutions be sent to Mr,' and
    be up again appearently hi'per. In Session Now: :
    Mrs..J. 0. Campbell and ,other.
    friends, .. '- fect-_ health | The Baptist Young Peoples
    A. G. McQpagge, Quite 'a large crowd went from Union, and the Woman's Missionary :;-

    ,., S. B.,Judsonv'.; .. here ,to Southport and Lynn : Union of ,the District,
    ,;:'' ",, W.L.Wello' ;. Haven. last Sunday,, and, nearly: embracing all the territory, westof
    r. f. .' r..J. 6mnfiftee.. aH returned with.fish: '" the River, are in session YiaS
    J ,: '." ...; : .'.. Sorry to note that Marian here this week,_and quite a

    .who bad his number of delegates ,of each one t
    Rodgers, \\tK:,caught '
    : ic.oEp. in attendance .
    :BY are '
    : under log twelve days ago .is
    ; Whereas,.' God 'in.,His infinite not getting'along so well. Miss Flora. Campbell tendered ? t
    .' wisdom; has called our 'Brother the U. Y* P* U reception Tuesday -' -
    Dr. Lee Southport, was night..
    Knight, Buell Cook, from the --of ; ;
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    struggle 'of life: to his eternal the
    rest: AndWhereas week. 'He came up over B. For County Superintendent.To .
    .Deceased C..to see John Washington; :Sr., :
    a loyalractive
    was
    who has lagrip.. tho voter of Washington County
    and valued member our ; I herein announce myself a candidatefor
    re-election to :tbe office of County .
    lodge; Be itResolved Rev. M.. E.Grant, formerly Superintendent of Public Instruction, '.,.-,
    By the members of this place but" nowof', Daleville, subject to the action of ton Democratic '

    t, f Union Lodge. No., 109, Knightsof Ala.,'stopped'over, here a short and prima ir-olpcied rica. 1 haVft 1 promise the.work In well fnturu In' hand as 1 Static Treasurer, .
    Pytbiss, that we hereby express while the past week while en route bave In the-past to be faithful'the discharge Candidate to Succeed -
    sense of loss in of every duty eonnBctedyltlleald ,
    deep
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    td and from Vernoo.
    1 4. M GkA. ] .the'death of this Brother Knight, ,IOIce.. RGspVctfulIT It, fa..,OAINEE-', ,Himself.. ,,'!'
    The infant child of Mr. and a
    who: .so'consistently'practiced, aswell "
    professed, the, .-.principiesofitrue'pythianism. Mrs. James Cox bas been very Was Treasurer by ;- -
    Commissioner' of : : The city council<: l in session appointed
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    sick week '
    : the past but glad to
    S the Governor t solely-; 'uponhis' +l
    Agriculture Resolved; That we'hereby: extend note that the little fellow is mucbimproved Monday. 9RrL. '
    : merit. ..
    -, our sincere sym%" h -to the at this time. McKenzie of Panama City

    ... Brothers and friendsvJ our 'deceased John Washington, Jr., came in was,a-vjsiton here, 'Wednesday.C. .. Was:not an applicant and no

    didate'To. ,.,Succeed Himslf., Brother i in their great from the Bay-'country the past A. Grubbs,'operator ot naval one asked for his appointment.IS .
    loss,' and that,,as a visible sign of
    week. John bad the misfortune '
    stores ne'ar Wausau,- in town AND
    was CAREFUL :
    ., our sorrow, our Charter be A SAKE,
    while
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    rolling saw logs the '
    Native Floridiaiv' draped,in mourning for a periodof water get one leg-'caught. under Wednesday, : ,PRACTICAL BUSINESS' ,MAN}.'
    30,days And be it.further ." .
    a log and can now only walk Walter Cook is out in the Wes- : -
    Resolved, That a copy of these of the cO\Jutdliis week By retaining"him as Statc'Treasurer
    by the aid of two crutches., tern part \
    .Y A' ,ness Man Who Will| Give resolutions bf''ipread'upon the talking to the dear people. I you guarantee the
    minutes of our Lodge, a copysent AS locomotive and passenger safety of the State's funds and a
    asioes5Adminisfration.'.. ;; to the bereaved family ot our coaches for \be'B. F. R. R. At a: recent meeting: of tbe '
    deceased Brother and published has arrived and are running on state board of health it was ,decided -,:thorough, capable administration '
    U APPRECIATEYour; in the papers of tbe city of Chip- regular ,time from ,Chipley 'to to distribute typhoid, vaccine -- of the office. -

    S ," ley; ., S. ,B Judson, Soutbport,-we' think that it would free charge to th,., Jodi- I the above statement of facts he .
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    ppor In ComingPrimary. .,. a4 ,: ': '-.. C.. B. Du ,, be a good idea for, the 'County gent public, the. distribution' of I; .,' .

    Ali c S::.-:-guy 4.....::$. r John B.Glen::1' Jr>' /' Commissioners: some one in which has already b gun. l : I solicits four support. '.'." .. '

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    INSECTS KILLING, BIO GAME RAILWAY LABORER'S GRUDGE. 'r- When Janet had gone, Leslie Melvile -.; has been expelled, discredited! ?"'
    and down the long '"I would under cir
    walked up marry yon any
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    Bulldog FIU Attaok th. Moose,Which We corridor He was heartsick cumstances.
    Take Refuge In >Water andAr. ever committed by a railway workerwas anxiety 'for the girl who had been i "Lester, why.did you not ask me
    Drowned. that of an, Italian navvy employed superintendent's office. before decided to become
    called to the I to marry you
    on the construction of a tunnel ProbationerBy what Miss Sprague 7""Whywhyyou
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    He .knew a nurse
    Bulldog flies are killing big game through one of the mountains in to nurses V knew I lovedyou"
    had meant many I I I
    summons
    :h, along the international boundary, according the Black Forest. Having a grudge and as faithful as
    hard-working
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    _ "I :, XTklic against his foreman, he Annie Hmnch enCoprrinbt. Janet. He had seen them come from "You did not say BO. You did not
    Clementson. Two
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    \ f killed last week near a lumber camp i one the'st.akes' night in which altering marked the position the courso ., ,,. her office with white faces to leave i ask me to marry you until I told you

    ; r on,the eaat fork of Rapid river, and of the work. The excavators were ( 1911. br AuooUt4 Lluraiy PTMO) the hospital, taking with. them the !j! I expected to enter the hospital. I

    ,I'. inJhia! opinion large numbers of fine working upon the tunnel in two sections lookedjai.the< stigma of expulsion. He knew the severity j j!' was too angry and hurt to accept
    The physician, I have proved that I can.be a
    animals have lost their lives the last one from the north and one young with which Miss!,! Sprague'srigorous you.
    ?if' week. girl with the helpless exasperation enforced. t.!: nurse. Silly, frightened boy; you
    the south. to the shift. discipline was
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    Owing
    .. The files, which are fully a half ing of the stakes the 'sections, instead induced, by long and
    r inch: long, are more plentiful than of being directed to the same gument. cent breaking of rules, harmless' Look at my head"On
    tot D&D.y19&l'l and attack the moose point, were found to be 20- feet apart "Can you not realize tha: absolute lapses from the strict hospital standard I her' hair rested the hospitalcap.

    : in.- large numbers. Their stings when the reached the middle of the slavery to"which, you are sentencing had been charges so serious that She had. never worn one before

    drive the animals to distraction ands \, mountain. The northern half of the yourself? he ,demanded., ,trifle, record of faithful service had. not I .
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    II ',,' in'a crazed condition the rush tunnel had, therefore, to be entirely, Miss Helm tilted her chin a slav- prevailed against them. He knew "My probation ended!! today. Miss
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    higher. me for to tell thatI
    through the woods often entering of 178,000. Sprague sent me me
    reconstructed at cost held prejudice
    \:' a : work.. !I that Miss Sprague a
    .. log camps filled with men. They seek -London Chronicle.THE ery. I have chosen? .myJife against society girls as nurses. It had done so well as a probationerthat

    4 j1 f VV water and several have been drowned shall be very happy in IL""In was impossible that Janet, the petted I was entitled to the ranks of

    N fas attempting to evade the torment REASON. a month you will ge glad to indulged, undisciplined child ofa the pupil nurses with the honor of
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    ; ;;' ;, ing flies; A big> moose was pulled give itup" she luxurious! home, had been able to : wearing the hospital cap. She was

    },h I out of the river twice last Thursday' Senator Rayner, the wit of the flared.. "I am tired of friend hearing I that have has obey implicitly every rule of the in- lovely; she is not a bit hard or un

    i by.lumbermen and the flies brushed senate, told at a dinner in Baltimore "Every stitution.In reasonable. She talked, beautiful-

    ;>i off. 1 a story of the South. said: the___same. thing 1.11.. -be'-;;:that" t I shall' ed: half_ an hour. Janet appeared.. ly tome that" I cried and, _'she_kissed u
    ,: I The deer are more fortunate in "A northerner," he ,said, ""was !give rt.and up. successful I ss one/a' run" I. He--hurried u -- -to meet her. She had me and set the cap on my head." _

    :' ;, escaping the pests and have not suffered surprised during a southern tour, by V nurse to been crying, and the tears still clung "But you said you were to leave
    "But ,
    ',.';' very much as yet; but are having ,the number of Taliaferros he found J wanj jou marry.me.with to her lashes. He drew her to a win- the hospital."
    "I to days
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    sick the
    the and
    C' ; Bemidjl correspondence Minneapolis takers clothiers-all seemed to be suffering. "What was it?" he asked anxiously. have demonstrated my ability to en-
    "Don't do- it Janet dear. Marryme
    '' .. Journal.. Taliaferros. The northerner put,up apd-" ; ; "Was it very serious?" dure the hardest period of a nurse's

    in. nearly every town at a. Hotel "It was the most serious thing life. I have learned how much you
    Lestershe
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    J' : NOT BUILDING THE TEMPLE Tbliaferro, and, if,he wanted a cigar, marry you' that ever happened to me." love me: I am ready to leave. I'shall
    i said, irr "an t I want you.to
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    I 4'Taliaferro' sold it to him. !* "Tell me about ithe urged im- now demonstrate my, ability to be a
    stop askjrig me.
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    .i'{ : Methodist'Brother/ .Who Rebuke Was of One Preebyterlan' of the He couldn't understand it at all- Dr. Melville's patients v'at m St. Ma- "patiently. "Janet,' dear, tell me; do goqd wife."

    a Quiet Kind. till one day motoring through a ry's ,received a great deal, phi, .,attention you leave the hospital"
    apleudid.} country, he saw; a tremendous especially the ones in', the "Yes""I POET AT POETS BIRTHP C..

    A Presbyterian minister who had mill that bore .iu.vast letters.the charity wards. Itt,.thlese ,warM;4tha feared it She is cruel and un- bard
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    f very conservative ideas ,.dropped:; in inscription, 'Taliaferro Manufacturing probation nurses. :worked. Hospital B9n bl4: .and..uJljust.; ,You do not I Grandfather Shepherd Dugger mountain, recently

    one night on a' Methodist, revival company/ custom decrees;.that the. : deserve her treatment of you. It is
    i .. said newest.pro-' : : described for the Observer a dance at
    'Oho he
    t'I 'they turn them ." ,
    when an extraordinary amount of bationer shall dpi. the most, menial: |,anou4rage' ? _
    c- out by steam 1'" I I Blowing Rock. Could any words, in
    "She is not unreasonable
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    ..' exhorting shouting were going tanks in the institution.

    iI' 7' ..V. V on. He sat down in, a seat far f Coward ... Each morning? when"D!'.. Mplo11e, "I! have ,hoped you would tire.of. truth, embody more sense' sublime saffron
    ATTENTION.1There than these? "Just the
    c .: the back and though he felt in sympathy EYES'GET FIRST visited the charity wards'' he saw the 'work and leave the hospital. I as
    o .+ V with the work :wanted, to,give it and fan from the sunset gathered in its,,
    he
    :, ,_. : -going- on is no such disguise as that Janet Helm the newest'probationer' you up marry folds and darted intt
    s:;; ',' ', '_ .> could not bring himself to engage in. practicing the'lessons the head 'nurse. me.. But, for your own sake, I did s, men women I II
    _uu .. .. of the eves. If we want to get: an N. 7'W'. I the dance like meteors and as the
    tie same kind: of vocal activity,presently had. taught,, her. She.ecoured: bras -.. '
    of face have
    V ,a person's! we sweet1 from the Grandfather'whispered
    e, ".V. a :Methodist brother > named to1;impression,look Vat ,the, eyes. You will find and woodwork(,! and, ba!htul?s. Shi", zephyrs through the win- ..
    ti Smith went back and urged him to washed bottles, cleaned instrument i poems
    this in railway carriage or pub the
    dows
    any. they glided metrically on
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    y; cbme up and join the rank of workers and polished floors. One day' he
    I lic You are interestedin of music to the .
    conveyance. thrilling pulse rhythmic -
    but the conservative held "back
    r stoppedbeside.her, as she knelt,on the '
    n a face; you fix your eyes on the metre of souls." Or than these
    c exclaiming: t "I am one of the quiet floor."Miss.- .. ,
    I kind, you know, and don't believe in opposite eyes. If the eyes meet both Helm," he said with a mali: '"The gaudily dressed couples'were;
    fail; the drop apologetically for thick the floor that looked
    eyes
    h BO on they
    eo much noise and hubbub
    ; you mustk' cious emphasis, "how, do you: like '
    the intimate. The two '
    k" Ii .. remember' ,'.Brothft' f Smith,, that in inquiry'is'too nursing?" like a wilderness of blooming fiddo-
    : I>1 building of.the there people know well enough, though dendrons stirred by a breeze.-
    'v temple was She shook out the oiled floor cloth
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    '. ; heard neither may be artists, that you can Charlotte Observer.A. .
    : neither the sound' of
    laW nor she was using and smiledsmejrrily up
    V not get an impression of the facebylooking M.
    ;, Q + of 'hammer. it.<
    t \ at him. "I )love i I.am perfectly
    at the chin, or the forehead, A."WREATH' BABIES"
    ::2, A "Humph I"snorted Brother Smith; happy. Go to your patients and don
    or- the must look
    nose J; straightat
    h "we are not building' temples here, you disturb And be careful not. to
    t the eyes-the window of the soul me. Imagination is the making of ,a
    : we are just blasting rock. The Lord's track dust clean floors."
    C over my writer one has been led
    to believe.
    '-and the face becomes .a.recognizable ,so
    V'o going to look,after the temple.. Several days later Dr. Melvillefound
    t unit. The best (8guis&-as Perhaps; but some writers go too
    I Janet sitting beside the bed J' far. Just listen to this
    TOMAK-E burglars .know-is the mask that descriptionof
    of the oldest inhabitant.
    DESIRE NOISE. hospital's bit of
    t covers the eyes onlyj .a simple'summer millinery
    "I have been promoted? she announced from
    a foreign publication:
    Dr.Theodore Leasing,' ''president I '; uPs.AND. DOWNS. pro dly.1 no longer scrub. "It goes with a yellow print frock,
    c4, of the anti-noise ,* have _
    {association at ;Hanr I I a patient. like the poet's"Buttercupcolor-
    t"
    I '.over, Germanyin; .a lecture on the : ,. VWhat's the matter,, man? Yon "Glory be;? ejaculated, the old was her print town,

    i'; psychology of V noise recently delivered look like you had a bad case of lady.uIt is sure a. blessed saint; So sweetly,rare so quaintly falrl"

    j, \ r. in that city, said that the de- [, grouch." they have given me for my nurse. IB.8h ,and here we had gray chip, very

    ; .t: ;" sire to make a'noise could ''never bet I I "I have. I told wife this Such tenderness and gentleness were coarse, but dull of surface and but-
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    ': ,. -conquered. HIt manifests itself not) morning that I was going to put'my never before: in a woman's fingers aa Secured Bras and Woodwork. tercup-yellow taffetas Winterhalter

    ;1, jj1 : only.in the yelling of teamsters and foot down on her extravagance and are in these 'lily hands. not want you to be expelled. Miss bows, with raveled ends, sitting all//

    the whittling of hackmen, but in she told me she wouldn't put up with "Ifaw, am I not a real nurse?" Sprague's cruel act will compel you around the low 'croWn, with their]

    needlessly energetic wielding of it.. ,Of course, that put me out, especially asked Janet, triumphantly. Her to give up the profession. Won't you fat, short legs sticking out well apartin ,/
    c V V noise-making' implements of trade," voice lowered and the deaf old front of them for all"the world
    ; as there was not another was marry me. I love you more than ,
    l'' 4L to., -,, he continued I I word I could put in." lady could not hear her words. "I ever, Janet." I like a wreath of chubby babies.,
    and comfortto I
    i"i; am bringing happiness

    .' . . this.helpless old' woman. Can '
    : there be nobler: task?! What sweeter

    '. compensation can there be, than I

    ,. Neat Printing the gratitude of this poor, unfortunate Ii .

    AV: woman?" i Your Home Paper ; y
    Both
    .,r It' f Creates a good impression : ? As she spoke, the spoon, with '
    V which she' was feeding her patient V for th

    I i. among you correspondents I slipped Sand the.hot.broth spilled.on, and Pricejof

    y' r f !. Mrs, O'Brien'n neck. There was a t
    V and helps, to give Business ThePensacolaJoun ,
    1IJl your yell of rage. Two skinny fibts..were .

    I shaken savagely the.girl. From; One ., ,

    r : k. .. .prestige. the 'old woman's; .. toothless mouth: PRAM l_ MAY... Editor /

    We do Neat .came oaths and fearful.objurgations, This is I
    /Printing going to. be. .the most notable in
    "Yes," said Dr., Melville under year ] {
    V V at 'Reasonable Prices t t t t the continued utorm..of Mrs. American or )Florida 1 Politics, You, of, course, want ,t
    >\\Jo keep, posted.: You can do this !
    tV ;' a Q'Prien'a maledictions 'you. will : by aking yonr local "It

    wb Banner; : Job Office find no sweeter .compensation. than town paper. and one outside paper. Here is thq"proposition -|
    ; the gratitude of this helpless old : v' > I'

    loin s, . . . lady- : "! L.COMBINATION Ye .
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    ; Three months'after.Janet had en : ? pR10gItered

    i'' -V i iiiL.. "" .! the hospital she .and D!.,.M lYour' local paper' ;"' .....:... 1.00 ) year .. :.$3 l
    :i villa }the ward II months.$2.
    .1 wen leaving together ,
    ,I el :i: BAY' HEAD, one evening. The: Penaacola Journal ( Dally) $ .OO )_ moriths.'jYour $ A fiseHelenp f

    ." said the'head.., norms! local paper. ... . '.. .$1.00. 1 .$!..'

    ,, .. ... 'E. M. NEWMAN., Proprietor fljt of to see the you ward in, her"Miss; office.,, Sprague" wishes. Th:... Pensacola Journal (Waekl,) $loo { 0 year.months 9. .7

    t .' '" -.>': Bay Head, F 1orida.V's Janet's face whitened and 'a look"of r ......Th. !. P".. Journal! r. not only W..tI 1ld.'. NadIM '
    bK I.
    ... anxiety came, into her; eyes., Miss I ... of ,...gree.reo.rd.4.y. D.moc.ey by m.ny In'M\ tie mat. P"'O'A
    :' : Mecca of the Tourist Angierv Sportsman. Iol'fd. eta .cUt..1. p.lloy.
    Sprague was the. superintendent; of, to vloorou.. and l.d.p.nd.nt. It. """ ''oe Ie 1M I
    ".".".".iiMnBniinaMa. ).., the hospital. She held little, personal "-.tl.lnll _.........'aro' ol..n!' aa"'pI..1I4'" I

    Rates Per Day j Newley Furnished | Find. Boating communication with'her nurses. A You can get this special 1 price now, which app c
    I { } nurse summoned to her .
    was never .to paid-in-advance
    $1.00 and $1.50 ( Good Table, j J and Bathing.i ,. office except for an important, 'rea : the 'money .to your home subscription paper. only, by. ., ,sendi' i

    son. She waa thee absolute dictator J ._ .
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    the :Morning Chipley Peopleare P Prompt Powerful PermanentIts

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    fects are usually yield to P. P. P. luting-it cures .
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    cure the kidneys. Doan's Kidney rich red pure blood-cleanses the entire

    Pills relieve sick kidneys-make you system-clears the brainstrengthens. digestion and nerves. .

    .. teal better, work better, rest better and A positive specific for Blood Poison and skin diseases.

    sleep better. Drives out Rheumatism and Stop the Pain; ends Malaria;

    The following' statement. proves the Is a wonderful,tonic and body-builder. Thousands endorse ;jt.

    merit of Doan's F. V. LIPPMAN, SAVANNAH, GA.Just .
    Mrs. Becca Clark R. F. D. No.2,

    Graceville, Fla., says: "Eor a long

    time I was afflicted with kidney

    sp trouble.'all of my I suffered back and from sharp pains twinges in the ..... eG..0.G.GG$.

    darted through my body when stoopingor $

    lifting. I became tired easily, felt

    yr languid and nervous and was lame on Wire Fence-0
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    arising in the morning., The kid ney .1

    secretions were unnatural and caused

    considerable annoyance. The first .

    few doses of Doan's Kidney Pills helped e .r r .. o'i
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    WM., W. FLOURNOY. 'jJi -r- -,

    Sheriff's! Sale.In T

    Candidate for Congress, Third District. ton County County Court Florida.for and In Washing _.,.-.,::,--. .".. -,....,,_--,...._--.------.......,-...-,

    AI NOUN BMBNT. T.i D. Owens, Plaintiff ,
    vsWashington .
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    In, every paper published In the lie:; rights, not to foster and promotethe J. T. Washington Bros.:, a and firm George campusedof G a word farmers and fence ,builders::

    Third congressional, district, I have Interests of any individual or Washington, Defendants. i
    .
    announced faction contrary to 'the equal Prlvl.lege Unnder and by virtue of an execution .
    as candidate for :
    congressman. "and rights of Issued out of the County Court for and In Having made a deal for Ten Car Loads
    others.-
    I solicit your consideration < the County of Washington, tate of Florida e'
    If you award me this great trust, ,I wherein T. D. Owens was plalettff'and
    upon principles .to, be published and promise 'best, Washington/ Bros. a firm composedof : of the Best American Steel Wire Fence, we
    you my I shall esteemIt J. T. Washington and George Wash- .
    discussed ,'in the,.campaign. I am by an honor to represent yon and our ington, were defendant, I bave levied in to'
    make
    Instinct district oniy"when upon and will sell on the first Monday In are position you better' prices G
    elected
    training and study' an ardent by your April same being the first day of Ai>rll, *. *
    supporter of our form of government I honest, loyal and voluntary ballot. A. D. 1913, between the hours .of ElevenA. than before., '
    M. and Two P. M., the door ever '
    at front $
    with Us It Is to .
    three give
    distinctive and alluring my purpose you my
    of the Courthouse In Vernon, Washington -
    branches: 1., Legislative. Judicial; j platform soon and also to visit If time county 'lorldaJat public outcry to :
    the bidder for cash, the following Be sure before buying wire =
    ,. 3, Executive: ; which should be Controlled will permit, your precinct in order highest : you see us
    .I described real estate to-wit: Lots 143
    of, by and for all the people, .I that I may have the pleasure and and 144 fronting on Railroad stteet and '
    whether natural or artificial, without honor of speaking before youinper- between-Sixth and Seventh streets In the : elsewhere. It means 'money saved. :
    town of Chlpley, Washington county
    stealthy encroachment ,by one department son. In'the meantime.I hope to haethe Florida, and upon which Is situated a $ .
    the other attention of -every voter' throughthe two-story hotel building together with @
    upon, the
    or upon peo-
    all tenements and hereditaments thereunto '
    ple's rights by ring rule,.factionalism,' press--the safeguard and advisorof belonllnlt.laid: : property being soldas : : Chipley Hdw. C o. :
    judicial construction or:' otherwise.Let the electors and the sure precur- the propertY.ot J. T. Washington to
    satisfy the above described execution.
    us emulate our lathers asmen, sor of civic improvement. Every electOr Said execution, being for the sum of e

    candidates. and as VQte s. Let us la burdened: with the obligationto 112.28 Purchaser and the to cost pay for of court.deed. ..eee ...e..........

    7 i study and, realize, our position, con- advise Himself and cast ,his vbte. Witness my band and seal at Vernon, --
    ceive the purpose of government The plan who Is TOO BUSY like the Florida, this the 20th day of February, "
    the
    A. D, 1912. .
    FARQUHAR CO.
    solemnity of our obligations as citizens : man who is corrupt Is a. serious obstacle C. G. ALLEN, Sheriff. MACI7IINERY

    and be' true'to the trust reposed in the material advancement By J. WILLIAMS-Deputy fiJherltf.W. 43t E. 'Boy- Street.

    m ,us by those whose ''earnestnessand and safe administration of a govern O. BUTLER, Sol. for Complainant. JACKSON VIUL. R, LOR I DA.

    sacrifice erected this great constitutional I ment like ours. If private corpora-
    Largest stock of Machinery
    tions careless in NOTICE FOE.PUBLICATION
    government. Let Us not were as selecting
    for favor or passion circumvent the their directors as the voters are In Department of the Interior in Florida for saw mills and
    U. S. Land Office at Gainesville; Florida.
    purpose or power of'the primary In electing their public servants: private March 9, 1912. ; planing: mills. .

    , the selection of the best man. corporations would be a failure, Notice Is hereby given that Calhe Care MACHINPRY
    IPr one of the heirs for the heirs of Ellla EARQUIIAR
    I want to serve you BO less than and likewise with our government Econtlna ')
    !
    whn.eoln'January.12f Home, has been built for 57'yeal's;
    made
    you should want the- best services...' were it not'for your indulgence patriotism 1910 '

    11 ASK NO HASTY COMMITTALS. I and the great'power to tax. stead!Section Entry 31 *township Serial No.1 North 00288. for Kunge SEX 13, a more built,today than any oth-

    jam not before you to. win so much If all would participate actively and West, Tallahassee Meridian has tiled notice er. Let us tell you wiry.

    las I am to be true to self' and to my honestly, I believe the best man for of Intention Proof to to establish make Final claim Commutation :to the-' Send,for catalog and price. ,

    government. 1 shall make nostate- .the position and the best good for the land above described, before the Clerk of ,
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    ment, either on the stump or In the district .would be had and done' YOU the Circuit Court, at Vernon, Florida, on
    the 17th day of April. 1912. '
    Ijress, merely to, please you; or to OWE MORE TO .YOUR DISTRICT Claimant name as witnesses William The First National Bank ,
    Icatch your vote. I shall appeal to. THAN TO TIlE CANDIDATE Wells, Isaac Karrett, Gus Solomon, J. B. ,
    Robins, all of '
    i'our Intelligence, not to your passion, Remember ;yourself, our district EconenrylorChubb: OFDesignated ,.PENSJtCOL FLIP,

    lr, faction. Government, to. be per. and me at the polls: Ed. fee pd. Register./ Depositary of the United Btatet '

    |anent, must be founded upon Intel- May I have the pleasure of a letter, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. V'

    Igence. 'It is for the protection and'enervation from you f Department of the Interior, Oldest!and Larfjemt Bank In West Florida. ''P'ri/r: .

    of individual and pub- WM. W. FLOURNOr.; U. S. Land Office at Gainesville l March 9. 1912. .. ;,
    Notice Is hereby given that Lucius Carter : ;,' -
    Half ,\
    Million
    of Econllna Florida, who. on May 20, Capital Dollars. .. :,
    What a Man Is Worth. r Florida leads in phosphate pro 11)10 made Homestead Entry Serial No. t 0$
    Surplus and Undivided rofl duction according to report of 0(1838( for 8W#of S\V#,Section 32.'l'own- ..."
    universe la not big enough a Ship 1 North; Range 12 West,'l'allahassee ,
    The ,
    Interest Paid in Saving Department at Rate of 4 cent, Annum. '; :
    the Bureauof, Soils just issued. Meridian has filed notice of Intention to .. per per '' ,
    the difference T ,1;
    illustrate make final Commutation Proof to establish i-- -i .a i r
    \
    claim to the land above described, I The First Bank ',
    National
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    Jeen what some-men think they before the Clerk of the Circuit Court at t tOP

    worth and what a German The civil service commission Vernon' Florida! on the. 17th day of April, CBN8A.COL.A.W. ,
    }912. ', ',
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    [entist is certain even the bus- has issued an order that' federal Claimant names a* witnesses! : (ins K.'Bv... JR.,Preslclont. W. S. KBVBBK. VIc -.Prcs'I
    Solomon J. li. Robins Isaac Harrett, I W. J. POUBEH! Ca.blur. THOU. W. RRMT. Aut. Cashier W,N. ROB R'J'A. A....Cnahlvr
    lt t six-foot is worth. He values office holders with leanings to William Wells all of Econflna, florid ., Directors:-F. C.Brent, .. W. A. Bluunt. W. a Keyur, Wm. II. Knowlem W. K. flyer..,..
    Henry U.:: Chubb, \V. Forbes. Knowle Hrer. Th.
    eitber Taft Roosevelt must
    [fat in a human body weigbl50 for Ed. fee pd. RegIster.

    | poundsat 250. The keep out of politics.

    ,1w rould hardlymade an eight- \ i .. NOTICE Department FOR PUBLICATION.of the Interior High Class Saw Mill Machinery.( .

    he nail., The lime and phos- Pensacola is to have another U, H.:: Land Office at Gainesville, Florida, .
    We at ,, warehouse 408
    March 9,lmL carry our new ,
    ous would furnisb the beads big hotel. Let us rejoice with Notice Is hereby given: that William and 410 East Bay St., a large,stock of
    2,200 matches. Theacsum Wells of EconUntt Florida who on June Portable and Stationary Engines; Locomotive
    ]bout our sister city-the tourist will 11, 1910. made Homestead Entry rierlal: and Horizontal Return Flue

    ')''wouTd' secure aerate come-when provision is made for No. Wan4, for EK of SEK, Section Tallahassee 3*), t Boilers; Saw-Mills, Planers, Edgers, .
    North
    Township 1 Range 13 West -
    display of fireworks them and West Florida has very Meridian has Sled notice of In ten- y Saws Belting and Mill Supplies; also
    Final Commutation engine and saw-mill repairs. We also
    tlon to make Proof.
    albumen'equals: that in 'aIred much to offer them. establish claim to the land above described 4. handle the celebrated line of HUSTLER '

    Then there' are before .the-Clerk of the Circuit .+. ? TAYLOR VANCE. AMRER-
    : Court, at Vernon Florida on the 17th .......... '. CAN and DELOACH, Saw Mlllr,
    eg2sigl. f sugar and ,a DR. R. E. TILLER. day. of April, 1912. ERIE; tEFFEL'r TAYLOR and
    Claimant names as witnesses! : Lucius SOUTHERN Engines and Boilers, PERKINS Shingle Mill Machinery. Spe-
    of short, an ordjlaaa Carter Isaac Barrett Frank McNeill,
    I DENTAL SURGEON, Oscar hopper all of Econflna Florida. cial Stave Machinery for Turpentine Plants.Large ,
    ] ,or woman is- worth. a- i ; llenry S.:: Chubb. stock carried for Immediate Shipment. Get our'prices before buying.We .
    $7.50. .Pre'sumbly. the Chipley. Florida Ed. fee pd Register. can save you money. A postal wilt bring our Traveler. .
    Write for literature covering your special 'requirements. !'
    scientist' (too literal or Office over"First Nat'l Bank., .

    [real in his'point"bf view to" R. F. SCARLETT /Vlolsby Machinery Co. J'},

    408 Q 410 E. tiny St. Jacksonville! Florida..
    liber the value of our labor HUGH FARRIOR
    A' : Loner Dimtano Telephone No., 074. --':

    ar hands and brains. Public. '
    ,.. DENTIST. Notary '
    I. O. O. P. NOTICE.
    Orion Lodge No. 40,
    tl Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty a Unt1lfurtber'noticeCbipley
    written timeLosevelt. r
    [ : ; some .
    letter '.. Real Estate Handled. F. 6 A. M. -
    a .:tsaid there was Alt WORK GUARANTEED. Lodge No.56
    t omce over Chipley State Bank. Collections !specialty Regular Communications Second I. O.. O. F., will meet at 7:00 p.,m.
    it ; and much
    for himjtOjgain : Saturday and Fourth Friday night In ,each Monday evening. ,

    ';in running for president.i I Office In First National BanIC each Visiting month.Brethern cordially Invited.: By order of the Lodge.
    truthful the Dade county will hold her fair I
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    i seebpw : W. L. Tf: AYLOR. W- M. W.. A.McQuAOGE, N. G,
    10 was. March'lZtli to 16th Subscribe for the Banner, W. W., JONES;Sec fa S B.. JW soN (;hy" .

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    to be preserved .cpnorets says for long rides in Barry's car;for ex-

    Continued from 3rd Page. form for the use and information of girls, girls!I" ercise, he said, and. finally;; as the
    future generations, is now being done. They all tried to reach her as she
    drew to a close and the
    +"4- o i nt' and deserving, soldiers who arc, Trapping aSweetheart stumbled and fell on the ground summer came
    today upon the pension roll, and who PATRIOTIC-STATE'S BUSINESS girls talked of leaving, there a
    :'. aN in no manner responsible in the' FIRST THEN SELF. moaning with pain. moonlight ride through the great,

    : slightest degree for the false testimony During Senator Flournoy's first session "It's my-my foot, she faltered. sleeping hill ranges when Barty told
    '- of those who should not be reaalTluc "I'm awfully faint. Don't be
    in the Senate when nearing Its how he had found contentment andhappiness
    .. .' ., the benefit of the.act. or whet close It appeared that many important i frightened; girls. I think I steppedin for the firhttlmn his
    "; tar be, as It to contended, desertersand bills of a general' nature would '
    .'n
    ', By LAURA R. ADAMS a trap. wY
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    to the honor roll.: life '
    a disgrace .
    of the anxiety of members
    all because has saved the flesh a
    .", rats bill passed th. Senate by the "The boot "And I want to ride on like: this
    F? .r tloseat to. to get local bills passed. The ..--- ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... ..... deal said kneeling to '
    ..... I rote known Its records1Sw" Senate having reached in regular or- good Joyce forever, sweetheart, he1 said* ::,"You
    .: '. .. ''.to., 16-and thus became' a law. er' one of his bills,-and avery, 1m- --- "":' -- examine the hurt. "But I can't get" and'I together, love, all the'way, all

    >I' I -c .'!oJ P R EM II COURT RAILROAD COM. ; would ortant not one Insist-he declared upon its, that consideration he "Upon that hill, girls, there lives the trap off, Nan. It's set grmly.the the way" ":,':*&1$&$; ,
    along
    -' '. MISSION AND LIBRAARY a man who hates.eve.rything in the "There comes somebody "But we're, not like : Ba.riy "
    to the peril of other general : she :you, ,
    :. .-' BUILDINQ A MONUMENT neaiures of more importance to the world excepting:his own shadow. road," Evelyn cried and rising said Nan, her,.'swee (face uplifted! l to a

    <, :. ,,, ', Mainly through Senator Flournojr's welfare of the whole State and the And he Has 'No Trespassing' signs let out a long call for help,;as thesound his. "After all, ,we're' jusfhome] I'''J

    ; .. fforU, his bill providing for the erec- perpetuation of good government In :nailed up on every oak tree On his of a throbbing motor came folks you'know." ="1 ,
    x Uon of. a building _at the Capital for addressing the Senate he said In part: place, so you can't misa them. Pick .nearer It was answered, and in a ,. fc fr'"I j I'
    of'' God
    .- the use of the Supreme Court, the "I am here. and you are here, to 1 lei all moment Yeoland came toward. think the angels are
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    Railroad Commission and the* State .hat which is for the best interest the berries you Want down in Barty home folks," whispered Barty.."nAdI I'

    Library, became a law. The original >f the entire State having precedencef the pastures, but don't go up the them,.crashing down the underbrushwith could swear that they"'all,,-:.=:,wear ,

    -I kill carried an appropriation of 1200Wd. ,- matters' of less importance The hill." his booted feet > stinbonnets"" .',' ., .

    which was reduced by amendment nevitable Is apparent-the end' of.. the "W at will happen if we do, Mrs.. While the girls tried to tell what huckleberries j;8 "t she ,

    _ in the House to 100000. In view of tesslon and the failure of the pas- Perkins?" asked Joyce, interestedly had happened, N a 's lovely head. ,'"' And pick .
    the fact that the commissioners loge of Important measures. ram'"nllng flashed back, as he lifted Kerhand: to
    Charged with! the duty of providing ,to sacrifice every bill that I as she put on a sunbonnet and took fell back faintly, and he bent over his lips- The .car haltedlott"afew; '

    tor its construction; wisely securedthe lave introduced, however much I may her pail from theporch step. the trap, forcing it open, and minutes. "Barty, didn't.you.really i

    use rot one of the public squares leslre its passage and .to/submit tot "Does. he bite or bark, or both ?" ing the bruised foot,
    set that for xeallyj 'and )
    me
    releas-I
    C Bf Tallahassee for the site for which conference, for the' purpose of seeding T don't think-! anybody 'round "On my land, too,"- he : trap '. '.
    they: did not hare to pay the fund such bills as may be con sid. here has been curious enough 'tofind "So body'll! for that." tr' 1yP"1:7'' ;
    pay
    .. will be sufficient to cover the costBf bred to be of great public importanceind for "Swear it," laughed Barty.;. "'But
    1 out "We had set it 't
    laughed stout Mrs., Perkins thought
    you 1
    constructionthe: actual work of necessity and I suggest there- I'm mighty glad 'g6t caught in
    The I ''ore such conference that "I wouldn't climb- the wall catch huckleberry hookers," aaifEvelyn you '
    which will. begin at an early day. I and every it all the same. I shall te that
    bill wa prepared during the early Senator be willing to do likewise." if I were you?' demurely. :

    ,'. lays! of the session,, after the most ind; \ he withdrew the pending bill>> 41M'aybe.he'll climb the wall when "I'm not altogether A brute.? iBartylifted .. trap dipped' in gold,_and"hung'ahbTeour ,''' '.
    rigid examination: of the Constitution ind in a private letter' of contemporaneous ; : hearth. Nan. 'F
    he. sees us, retorted Na! saucily; Nan in his armsand; \ -- family } ., V"V
    i anet'law. and investigation of the date he used the following language : ,
    "There are five against'one. We'renotafraid. started toward the road.. Then he.j -'' ;1t-
    / public needs, and was passed word : "When it cornea'to casting my
    : for word precisely as it was written rote, or other action. I ,do not con Come along; girls' stopped short. "You had better' .,; OPPORTUNITY. OVERLOOKED.'.- ;'..;:
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    by: 'Senator Flournoy.The rider public sentiment or passionate Mrs. Perkins watched them pass come to my place, as we're near |
    i is never
    I bill "to cure'errors and defects appeal, and do not calculate on whether through the barnyard, and go" down' there. I will 'phone; down to the.-, American made furniture

    i In judicial proceedings was Introduced it will receive such approval. the lane to the little rock bridge village for a doctor for Miss -" -/" r sold'in Bussia-because of th ::higb

    --. so late In the session that Its pas- That to me, would render me unfit duty and bad packing for, the.export
    the brook "Perkins prompted
    over then towards the ; Joyce;
    I rage would have been somewhat oft to be a public 'servant, Yet I wantto up h
    pasture land where the "Please may' take our huckleberry trade. :
    miracle. It was favorably reported so rightfully consider and deliberately ; : huckleberry we.

    ,I .'p" by the"committee,. but was not considered act that my conduct shall merit bushes grew thickly. It was a good pails too, Mr. Yeoland?". NOT HURT BY LON FALL
    : by the Senate, because of the the approval of the thoughful public. two nile TO 'tlifl old manor, house Just then Nan'a lashed flnr.torWLShe + 'r' ,
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    rowded condition of the calendar. nd only then should 1 receive their ;:; : "
    petfi \
    The hardly
    and
    .girls: Would ; walk that stared for the? Frank Smise at work the ninth
    That it was a good bill is demonstrated ipprobation. I have'a.. little respect on
    '_ by the fact that its purpose and tor the man who cries 'people' as for fafi.she.thought; If they did, they- first, time up at Baiiy Yeoland's story of the"Cuyler building under

    ,' ; provisions were highly commended aim who cries 'corporation, ,but what would have to take the consequences. face, and hisr arms unconsciously construction in West Thirtyfirststreet

    ". .'" by members of both houses of the the 'State (and that word includes She had 'Warned. them. tightened; 'their hold on her. fell when a board broke as he

    .5 legislature.. by the public press and t both>> the 'people' and 'corporation'}, She. wept back into the diningroom "I 'would'rather go ho neshe : it under mortar hoist.

    :", 'by the Governor whose' ardent desireto needa, is men' who will be.fairl to ;. to. clear .the. breakfast. table, said faintly' ,"Mother will be wor- was placing a, .
    I He went all the down to the
    salutary Improvements both way
    effect changes and and in being fair to both they :
    in the prevailing methodsof will be true to. their official oath and and her placid face looked worried.: ried. .i,, I bottom of the shaft. An ambulancewas i .

    I judicial procedure Is well known. beat serve the public Interest, '8.Ddth' It was her first summer' with Nan So it happened that for the first I summoned from the' New York

    more nobly and honorably 'disjharge home from college.and & lot of girl time in nine yearsYeoland crossed Other workmen i'-
    hospital. believing
    YOUTH. AND PARENTS SAFE ; the public trust-than which phuma:besides, and she ::felt ,lite the his'neighbors' threshold. When he Smise t
    stood aside.
    The-doctor
    dead ;
    GUARDED. ,
    there Is none more sacred.. The goes- with' the golden egg, fully left i it was with the request to come :.
    The humiliating.spectacle of ,young most priceless reward has always however, was greeted by a shout .as
    hatched out. Nan was the next day to see how the .
    I' boys offenders against laws or ordinances seemed .to .me to be the eober-Intgl a golden girl, patientwas. he climbed down.

    i haled into court and oon- ligent approbation of the people. .too.It sometimes seemed to her "Get out of the I want air." I

    '. J damned to punishment, appealed to mother as though' all her own girl- "It' wasn't my trap, I can swear to "Where's the way.who hurt "

    the humanitarian side ,of Senator OPEN CAUTIOUS, HONEST, hood longings, and ambitions were that, Mrs. Perkins," he said, sober- asked the man was ?

    Flournoy's character and incited him FEARLESS.That embodied in the chick but it surgeon. .
    one Fate had ly, ? happened :on ,my land,
    to the preparation and introduction of Senator Flournoy has always "I'm the man that fell, but I'm
    granted her
    : the bill regulating the trial of minors merited and received the "priceless ---- not hurt," said Smise, and he ascended -

    In all courts of the State which forbids reward" be so highly values. Is "And since pa died;" as' she b : from the shaft. -

    their trial and conviction without abundantly demonstrated by the con would say, comfortably, "we have '
    r The doctor could not find
    the presence of, or notification to Unual growth In the public regard been real well situated. Pa was even a
    I their parents or guardians. and the successive 'upward steps In pretty close. called him Pen- I bruise on his body, but took him to
    I Another bill of prime Impotrance public life that have been his per They the hospital for further examination

    _p demands brief mention-that relating tion. It has been frequently remarked ny Perkins always up here, but it's tInder an X-ray.New-York Eve

    to, and deflnilng the liability of com- of him, by the newspapers, by his been a good thing for Nan and me 1 ning Post. ,

    _ mon carriers to their employees for antagonists In the Senate and by his that }he did pinch the pennies 'steadof .

    injuries received by them while in opponents at the bar, that he always scattering them like some of the

    .': the discharge of their duties. Senator doei his fighting "In, the open" neyef men folks, no names mentioned of _' CAUSE FOR JEALOUSY.
    resorting to devious to ambush ,
    Flournoy strove earnestly"and fearlessly ways, ".
    for the passage of this meritorious or subterfuge and ever relying upon course. T r Wife-Wretch<: I Show me that j
    measure.and succeeded in passIng the Justness of his cause and,the '-So' Nan had ,been sent to,college. l letter, I .

    .,5 It through the Senate by a vote reasonableness and legitimacy of his It was her first year, 'and now in va- I I Husband-What.letterP
    of 17 to 4, but the House Judiciary arguments to convince the forensic; cation time she lad swept back to
    it official or judicial mind of the impregnability rs Wife-That in Rand It'
    Committee reported adversely upon your ,
    :the farm with I a cluster of girl
    sad his efforts were "as to this bill of the position which he : from a woman, I can "see by the I
    .
    though not to others of like character, has, after' due deliberation conscientiously chums, and there was a new piano in writing, and turned when
    you pale
    rendered fruitless. assumed., the sitting-room that would have you saw it.HusbandYes.. ,

    ... Another Senate bill Introduced by I made pa, turn square over .in his
    NO PAID WORKERS IN THE Here It is. It'
    Senator Cook, providing an appropriation i
    S.. grave and"a general air of I
    ,
    S sunny e
    FIELD.In your dressmaker's bill. i
    and authority for the State Boardof
    the conduct of his campaign for renovation and cheerfulness all over ,
    I; Health to erect and maintain a ,
    the office of Congressman, Senator the place.
    : hospital-for the treatment of indigent, ITALY IS SLOW. \
    a.-' crippled children, was warmly approved I Flournoy, has adopted the' lame open The only shadow was Barty ;yea -

    .C '. by Senator Flournoy, and received and unmstked: tactics which have.dl.. land up at the old manor' bouse. gyp, "Behold the ruins of Pompeii I" 4 I
    Ii r: his ardent and effective' support.A tinguished hit many previous successes
    There had
    been trouble between "Been
    always this "
    number other_ local bills- In professional and public life, way long? I
    i k5 'j depending for the pa and Barty, trouble" over "Some eighteen hundred "
    U". ; creating a Criminal Court for Walton chiefly necessarypublicity years. q
    county; providing for the Issuance o demanded by the occasion fence and road rights and ,timber 'TBarty "Bah I We had San Franci

    ti '.Y. t bonds and defining the corporate upon the use of the public press. He rights and' spring rights, until she t built in less than six months." ,

    .. r: -*' .. limits of Bonifay and providing fc- bas always entertained a profound wished he would either sell out ornuke
    ,J.' ;J. ," -" the issue-of bonds for public Improv belief In the value of printer's Ink .. ITS QUALITY.
    ..: ;' meats at De- Funlak 'Springs-*- and' Indulges in a wholesome regardfor up.Nobody Lifted Nan lirHis Arms and "
    1q." Introduced by Senator Flournoy, : all the unpurchasable press of hi understood Yeoland. He ,Started Towards the Road. -
    .N'. which became law*. native state and section. He 'employ had bought the manor house about "What about this new flytrap o

    [. no paid ,representatives, in the field nine years ago, brought ,up some and I truly think Miss Nan has fours 1"' .

    '.:; HISTORY OF FLORIDA. and his campaign expenses are strict Japanese servants from New York grounds:'for a suit against me." "I think it is going to msl

    -< A notable Instance of Senator Flour ly limited to his personal traveling with ,him, and settled down to the "We don't talk about law and things hum." t
    C a constant watchfulness of the expenses, his newspaper publicity, suits and such
    boy's with
    things
    nearest imitation'of our neighbors -
    postage and the payment'of those em. a country gen
    J ITS KIND.
    interests of the State as a whole wasa "
    In connection with Senator L'Engle's ployed in the necessary work of hi. tleman that.America affords. lie had now that pa'a gone, said Mrs. -

    we Y l bill to authorize the Governor to com "campaign headquarters": segregated no idea of repose,,;or leisure. He Perkins, happily. "Come down real "I know a man who challenges t

    u ..e: '" plete'the historical archives of Florida from bis law business and. located In filled his barns with thoroughbreds, often: Barty. You look as' if you world for ,the pie-eating.record."

    .. When it came up for consldera- his private residence.MAKEUP needed a little mothering."
    o .. his kennels with bench winners, and "He must busman;: of conau '
    -- ,v "" tion somewhat late in the session, I N 'ankle her
    his library with rare editions and kept to the couch 'tnbition." -MYoU
    In'TI.., OF THE COMET.A '
    ;
    ,,:; he said: "Mr. President of I
    "' + calendar his heart remained vacant. When
    :; the congested condition of the
    ;1r l ... notwithstanding the Interest 1 comet has three parts. The the heart is empty the life ,is. Bar 'I

    .:\ have in my own bills? concerning nucleus is the bright, starlike point ty quarreled' with his neighbors, WANT

    ,..,;.. which I have not consumed much of which is,,the kernel, .the true poten- spent his money like water, ran JO'B
    the time of the ,Senate I have, upon tial this down to New York twice Better I
    comet. Around is spread the : a week, a A (
    aa. _,' request, with pleasure, let the substl- J
    ::-, ;t tute for Senate bill Ncv; 158, by Senator coma, a. sort of luminous ,fog, shading ; and to Europe every :three months,
    f;- IVKngle, be placed .upon the special from the .nucleus ,and forming and was thoroughly: unhappy and ..rvicesJ What; question it will be-asked k the you Draughon almost daily by business: men McUurf \ I

    T r. a t : calendat In lieu of my bills.-Tbis with'it.the.head. Still beyond is the discontented. More bANKERS indorse DRAUGHON'S Training-and College than indorse show ambition all other to J j

    ,j' 'y Is a''bill to complete and preserve the delicate tail,'stretching away, into "I .don't believe that he knows a nesscolleges. COMBINED. 48 Colleges in IS States. Interruption repctll 'r
    historical records of Florida and I., "' !!: .....IP.t E.nllab flPt1ll.r. APlttaU.. 1
    Itu Wrlll *
    apace. :And this to the world in good hutkleberry: from a. wasp's row-PER1la.alllagbn..Yw. t.ood
    therefore a' bill of Importance. not general rOsn 101'/0)'/ GUARAA TEED under re.5CID.ble orcu: .,rJ. I A
    .'"'." only to the State ,but to the nation. is the comet itself, though always nest," said Joyce, as the girls went the Beokk..Diag United States. Bookkeepers that all over Hom.Stedy. ThowtaadrMbaal p'

    r.- And on his motion a House bill Iden- the least dense of the whole. higher- up through the hills. "Are New System of Bookkeeping say Draughon's saves them holding(err. bookkeepers. and *Un srapl retaking >
    good the
    S t:< ,- tloal with that of Senator L' ngle; Sometimes entirely wanting, or We on his land ;yet t r from 25 to 50 per cent In work and worry. Drau bon's positions Home! as Study.

    S fliIs 'twas' substituted therefor the rules hardly detectible the tail is again an "Yes_,' ma'am," said Nan, happily. da SIaOl'tl.aacL Practically all U. 8, offi- CATALOGUE. For prices on !, s
    waived, and the bill passed, thus becoming court reporters write the System of BY MAIL write Dll-'V
    'Crossed Ji cro. F,
    extension millions of miles in length. it half a mile back. Didn'tyou Shorthand Dranghon Colleges teach. PresidentjlashvUle
    ver7
    law and the Important .
    a brash of notice the ; Wkyt. Because ry-aniwTrs-tM! saJ55 1-,
    ri work of collecting, from the public Although usually a single Trespassing' signon Jest. aIogue on course..
    records In Washington andTiltahs light, comets have Been*seen with',no the oak tree? Aren't the berries DR UGHONOS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COL ''1

    P tUa- and .elsewhere. rtoe" frrtatejl_. .'-pnP... fewer- than. .I'.' /laUs. '_...o.- __ fine here .in. the shade? .k..it .JarkaoW.. .FU,or AlUaU,C.a.. ,or MoL" I. or. MoatgamsAlt., _....- ,



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    SPECIAL Carlo Casino Company Sends 1 William Hutchineon, a contractor, [ Learn Shorthand and Bookkeeping. ft

    Home Those Who Have Lost and three carpenters .employed by
    Everything. him We have had in the past more demands for Stenographers
    were painfully stung when they
    14 and Bookkeepers than we have been able to supply. New business -
    climbed to the of the First
    TIe Casino company, which con cupola concern are starting: in.Pensacola; and West Florida!
    DayJMfer( trols the notorious gambling iresort at Baptist church to make repairs to almost daily. These concerns need Bookkeepers. and Stenog

    ]Monte Carlo, have provided a fund the roof. Thousands of yellow raphers. '
    THIS to send home who have lost jackets had made their home in the Course. '
    PORTABLE I gamblers Special $30 .
    ,
    and the g
    t i their all in the gambling rooms. The belfry they resented intrusion '
    a LAMP granting' of the is constantly and drove the men to the g In order to supply the demands- office help, we have decided to offer
    viatique ,
    I ground. William Gillman made his rj three months course In Shorthdner and': Typewriting Bookkeeping1 for
    ? FOR being carried'on.. The broken J> $30.00 each. Special rate for board and other expenses! ;will b'o secured.
    HOME"STORE gambler] who presents himself at a way to the ,belfry and with tar pa- ** Total cost will not eqceed $100 Including tuition. _. *' .
    s;' per closed all exits by which the insects Some of the beat stenographic positions in,,the city of Pensacola are
    small) office
    in the central saloon of could held by former pupils of this. school who completed their course*with' us in
    'OR the casino is, if l he is found to be a escape. Then he placed three months. The Byrne System that we teach are simple and.practicaland
    bo e-fide loser handed the of four sulphur candles under' the cupola I can be mastered in three months. We secure position for our graduates
    price a.j
    '; OFFICEb and lighted' them. After the Write us lor lull particulars- j ,
    second-class
    J ; "railway ticket to his

    i j home, whether his home be in .London candles had burned out enough Jones' Busines 1
    dead insects found to 1111 College Pehsacoia Fla.CCCL"OCC
    J \ were a. i .
    r New York or Jerusalem, ancL.. ,. ,
    peach basket to
    overflowing.and the? q
    enough extra ttibney for his meals on ccccceeeC'.eeecccceecccc06ecee
    Q CCe<< + C',
    then resumed work the ,
    carpenters on
    80 CwJU r_.r Ke Hnr the journey. An Englishman is usually .
    COMPLETE church roof. New Castle Del. ------
    Cut Bt Cam 4 Lit bu4 .( )
    given from $40 to $60. Each
    I Letter to Record. .
    Philadelphia
    ,
    Thm p is handsomely'' broken gambler who receives the via- tt

    'I lickelled, height 29 inches, .tique signs a receipt for the money HAVE FEW REPRESENTATIVES. I .
    j ,' It Makes More
    'equipped with automatic self- handed to him, surrenders his card Cotton
    ', of admission' to the casino, and is 'The final act of Portugal, disestablishing -

    leaning: needle globe, and told that he will not be allowed again the Catholic church, reduces In a number of field 'tests made by' various '

    '" jump. Usual price $22.00. Jo enter the gambling rooms until he the 'diplomatic service of the experiment stations, it was found that complete '

    J We i have the best,line of Mantles pas. paid back the loan. Every year Holy Roman See to the one impor- animal (tankage) fertilizers produced 10% to 95%'

    ,'\, and"supplies( in the South the company assists losers in this way tant post at Vienna, the second-rate more ,cotton than complete cotton seed meal

    it lowest prices; .Estimates- to the extent of nearly $40OOOOs one at Brussels and the still less important :

    and expert advice FreeStandardiL.ght, 'Fichet, in National :Magazine one: at Munich. Paris, Madrid goods.The '
    reason is this: Tankage does'not bej.come : .
    and now Lisbon are abolished, or .
    CO. LONG RECD 0 BROKEN. practically BO, although there remains available all at' once-it's- action extends .

    'at Madrid the semblance of over' a longer period of time, thus giving"y'o' i:> lip,

    Ill EAST, BAY' ST. 'The Rev, Robert Hugh Benson, the diplomatic relations. plants a more continuous supply of ,food. ,

    novelist, is now Monsignors: Benson, And the very best grade of this tankage forms

    JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. having been promoted by Pius X. When her child I Is Jn dunuur a woman the base of .
    His father was an Anglican arch- will risk ber life to, protect It. ,.No great ,
    and he is the first since act of heroism or risk of lire Ia ueoeusury to
    ,
    -- bishop, case Armour Animal Fertilizers -
    protect a Child from croup. Give Chamoerlain's v
    , 1606 of member of '
    a an archbishop'sfami1y '
    Cough Remedy'and all danger la ; ;:,
    @.ity going over to the church of avoided. Kor sale by all doulers. We know the tankage :we"use is all right, for .

    1. Rome. we put nothing but carefully-prepared'animal matr

    Barber NIAGARA'S.DEFECT.. ter into it. We have a great,advantage over other' "

    : : SHOtJRtM SOUNDS < manufacturers, because we. get the best materials'

    Shop.JHo I In tbe earth are eometlnn-e heard before a "Therecried' Jonathan'to a new from the largest packing-houses, in the 'worldArmour's' .' -
    terrible earthquake that warn 'of the comIng '
    arrived Irishman as.he waved hishand
    ly ;
    n rf peril. Nature's warning are kind
    That dull pain or ache la .the back, warns in the 'direction of the Horse Make sure of getting best results this season' "

    Waiting you the Kidneys need attention 11 you shoe falls at Niagara; "there now, by using: the best kind of plant food-Armour '

    3 Barbers 3 would escape those--danneroua maladies, Isn't it wonderful?" "Animal goods.. ,
    Dropsy, Dlabutes or Bright' disease. "Wonderful? What's wonderful
    Take Electric Bitters stance and see back.
    A.'lV
    acbe Oy and all your beat feeling r'turn."Mv !! about that? ELLS, Agent. ,
    .
    Everything Up-to-Now
    son reclved great benefit from tbelr "Why, to see all that water come -. .
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    Shave ...., . ...I56. use for kidney. and bladder trouble," writes thundering over'those, ro ks." Chipley Fla." '. ;,' "i:I"> '
    Haltcutting25c.. Fetor Bondv.. South:! Rotikwood, Mich., "It "Faith then to tell honest :
    Shampoo, ..... ., 25C. U certainly a great kidney reedlcl e." Try ye.the" I. ;
    2Sc. ItCO cents at 3, K. McGeaoey. truth, was the response, Oi can't MANUFACTURED BY ,

    Hair.Sdnge.2Sc.We see anything so wonderful about
    'I- I -- tI--IIt. What's th're to' prevint itt ARMOUR FERTILIZER WORKS,

    Solicit Your Patronage. IS GREAT, PLACE, FOR DUCKS :.- '-I1.:, '.'over?"-Housekeeper. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

    Vfiry Respectfully
    Stinger Island .ii Very Small, but It

    If. D.:Peters, Propr. Is Valued at Sum of ORATORICAL IDEAL .....
    ---- ----- --
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    415,000. I
    "That was a fearful long and tire- We promptly obtain U.H. mid Foreign
    i< I
    Little Stinger island only 10 by some speech of yours," said Senator

    22 feet, will be sold this week for Sorghum."I > TB fr Tniij < aim mi try n irntpif riTit irnr TTi rmmm{
    to write for our confidential letter beCo.u ap
    $15,000, representing the biggest was trying to bring my auditorsto We promptly obtain IT.may Mind bo wortli Foreign money...

    price paid for, a piece; of land of such a state of conscientious introspection. .
    8uud otoo/h.rrhtienror
    PATENTS model. !<.ctcn or pt
    small'' dimensions ever'to be recorded, ." Ireerepcrt on pntentntilHtjr. for jrce book
    and TRADE Wl ARKS or ctm-n ENTIRE HowtoSocure ii :! write
    in nf
    Princess Anne county. "But you are hardly justified in Mlnraej'a j'e. lend tnorl..t, p"t'! .11 Patent,; end IlMJ t? Ams' toOpposite .
    s Although little Stinger island con- giving them the third degree." or photo and we Bond an IMMEDIATEFREE '
    report on paten Wo give
    tains only 220 .square feet of land, the beet legal ser.vf.jo and advice, and out
    charge are moderate. Try us. j
    I rising from the waters of Back bay; BLAMED A GOOD WOKKKtt. :
    SWIFT & CO.
    Va.,.its value lies in the face,that it "1 blamed my he.rt'tor severe distress ,
    I Patent Lawycf, U. S. Patent Office*!
    forms a naturalbattery'forshootingducks In.my left side for two years" writes W. I
    U.S.Patent Omce D.C. WASHINGTON D. C.
    Opp. ,Washington,
    and is located at the lead to .lCV1I.1I8. Danville. Va., "but I know now It
    \)simplest lightest running fast- wJis indigestion as' Dr: King' .New LifeiMIls
    litting saw mill ever built-a million the great Virginia and Carolina '
    cured Best for
    ; can buy at&! the right price and ducking grounds. completely -me.trouble consti-
    can"make stomacb/'llver and kidney ,
    I which big money;
    you The title includes a strip'of landon pation,headache: or debility. SSc. at S. E. EMMETT WILSON.t '

    tI jll in tbrTaylor Feed .. the mainland'which, however. ,..has XcG ach, ,.' : ;:

    ,1 |1 mill fitted with wirecailt drive, nor particular' value except for the -'_ I :,"b'y ,
    -
    I i lit attachments and adjustable erection of a club house-Norfolk THE TRAVELER'S COMFORT. ;!.; tLi.,
    ' ; Improved carriage-backing deli \, ,d" .
    and time Landmark r '
    .
    noting saver
    STa quick all sizes, portable'. and eta.. A slipper'wit uta; heel, which, is ; .
    L I soft that it be folded and ,
    so: can put,
    HE COULDN'T UNDERSTAND.
    i M
    1'lannfactnre Engines, Boilers, ( "
    t
    into small is invention t
    a very space, a new -
    Saws.Wood
    h }lachlnes, ?
    Ii ji,etc., and do, Foundry Work. .it):, was-coming: down town lat 'designed for the traveler. t s

    'Information and prlco* on anything! last night on a Sixth avenue car," We, have had cretonne hats and ,
    BMd.
    i I |try& Taylor yon Iron Works said a man at the Imperial "when coats, cretonne covers fox the furniture '

    MACON.O*. a man who spoke with an accent. was and now cretonne' slippers are
    :
    k' ked by.the conductor for his fare. among the latest.things. A woman t. tv

    ; i! Tile, passenger handed the conductor was making a 'pair the other day .

    god' deeds' 1 a piece of paper. It turned out to be without a pattern. She bought a '4S ',(

    s.' a 'check for $10. The ticket taker pair of soles, such as are used fof v .' !

    ';Oor 1912. shook his head and handed it back.'I the crocheted; slippers, put her foot. ,- -

    '.pr; can't take this/ he-said. 'I ain't on -the floor, fitted the cretonne over

    ,w Descriptive Catalog no bank'What, ain't it no good?' ., the instep and the rest was easy. y.- '

    :to-datea'and' tells all demanded( .the ,passenger"' "The passenger She bound the top of: the slipper and <," ... .' '

    u Lbest -.} did not seen}, to i be able to understand sewed'the loweredge to the sole. It ,'; .' .

    irdengndSum ; : why the 'conductor would will, prove a great convenience for I"V .

    hot: take the check and give him "wear inthe sleeper during the night ,,' '-

    Seeds. :?:;DJ)5) in change, and it was' onlyen journey.[ .

    I farmer and gardener he was threatened with being

    A I1 l-ave a copt of this cata-. -put off the car' that he',delved into r"You SORDID CALCULATION

    .h has long been recog- his ''pockets and produced a nickel. -

    standard ;authority. All tbe'rest of the way he kept inking would rather have an airship 1' "

    t I hand correct inf orma- the check: out of his pocket, shaking than"e'pridate'yachtE""Yes. :u r "

    [lit givesi his head at ,it and putting; the An airship has its disad-, .
    In headquarters for paper back." rantages. But it's far more economical <

    A ,id Clover Seeds* Seed when it comes to taking ,friends

    Seed Oats Cow Peas itt a pleasure trip." '
    a :;
    Sedentary habits, lack outdoor exercise w '
    all Farm Seeds. S.. +
    j and cure .
    r Insufficient macticatlon of food'eonstlpstloo. bow to a cold..Is question In

    stiptie Catalog mailed torpid liver, worry !and anxiety,are Which many are Interested'v t now. i .wa k
    a I. Write for.iLy0O tbe most common cause of stomach troubles Chamberlain's Cough Itemed baa won Its
    n est. .WI reet your lI.blt.And,'takeCham* treat reputation and Immense sale by .its
    SONS lcrlain'8Uraacb.and Liver Tablets and remarkable cure or'cold. It can atawy
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    .t : J.- F. Woodard of Atlanta, was Chipley dn Saturday, March Peach trees are in bloom. Our PurposeIt w
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    town
    ,;;...r Friday. purpose Nothing succeeds like success
    I'' ;;':;c .,:, '. .. R.'F. Scarlett spent Saturday is to elect delegates to attend if vou are aliyeadvertiser.Did -.

    , :, I,I A,,. "' in Pensacola on'business. the reunion at DeFuniak on Sat- poll tax? If to handle any business r- '
    is purpose
    .. .. \, urday the 23rd inst. A full at- you pay your our
    t ,"g!it.t"," J..O. Adair spent Sunday in tendance is req uested. you didn't you can't vote in the entrusted to us in such a fair and liberal ,. r,,

    .i;/ ';:'.' town the guest of friends. I .. primary.The manner as to make :. -'/'>.';".
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    ;\/3;: >, .'Ed Brock was.up from Vernon Mrs. T. D. Sales and children Chipley Telephone Co. is *'.'\,

    ,;:::;;';....... ... ." the day Friday. left Monday for DeFunial where at work this week putting in several ..., the customer's. re"w"'! :' -
    :" thousand feet of cable.. lation with this ;
    : ::'j Attorney J. W. Kehoe of Pen- they will spent a week. From 'lt;, "?

    ''''t, rt:. :1"I I sacola, was in town_Friday. there they will go to Atlanta Gov. Gilchrist proclaims Sunday bank satisfactory "i-" '
    '::. :. where they; will reside. May'12th as. Mother's Day. j::iji-; :
    A. Moog of Pensacola, was and profitable. ).'izF''''..
    Mrs.. Nursebaum of New York Who will name a day tor Father? :
    :
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    t j here a day or two past week. :': :i:7
    .; City who has been spending the from the excellentfacilitiesofford-a" .
    "" Saturday Jmmett-Wilson, candidate for Aside "
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    )
    / Hodge spent
    .
    oe winter here, guest at, Mr. G.' A. Congress from this district advantage of a largej'
    : says has the
    this bank
    ((night i and Sunday at Bonifay. ,J ed, ,"
    '" Danley's left for her home Fri- ;
    he will soon be oai seeing the '. :
    ;, -' S. ). 'Jordan of Orlando was day. Sbe says she will come. voters. Capital and Surplus. '.. 'h; pFirst

    .,: : one.of the visitors here Saturday. again next winter. ... ".\.
    Fertilizing time is Thereis
    here. ,
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    ; '_
    ;r
    '.' .'-" R. C. Horne was up from Lynn Louis T. Sims, recently withC. none-better'than' that made The. ;: .r'. '

    : :, ; ,.'; Haven. for a day or two last wee*. & D. Co. here, but now with here at A. D. Campbell's tertiliz- .).;'1.::,
    ...- .... ;';.)
    .' ..:.f ..:':. E. S. Cravens was at home and the St. Andrews Provision Co. at er factory. ",'t, .
    :
    :;:> with his St. Andrews, was shaking: hands J '
    spent the week-end G. A. Danlev, the county: farm 'i: : _
    with his ,
    and mingling numerous National '
    I .; : family. friends here Thursday., demonstration agent for the Goy .;;Y'
    ;';'" :' ., 'Sheriff Bell of DeFuniak, was ernment, is kept pretty busy :
    .;' ';,. one of the business visitors here H. B. Tiller, candidate for Tax these days. .. Bank .c--
    Collector from ofChipley. yl
    was up Vernon
    A : Friday.
    ,,4 ,; L. L. Charles announces for +
    and spent Saturday afternoon ]
    .. .
    t .
    '. ". held the of In-
    ::' Rev: Morgan regular Superintendent Ppblic .
    -' and Sunday here. Burress has
    ., ,
    service at the Baptist church struction of Washington county I t
    no opposition up this time, and '

    Sunday. of course he is glad of that. this week.. Read his ................................." ....',...........,.....,. '.,*
    : / ment., announce-I' Mf
    Panam
    W. B. Lassitter of II" -
    -
    .1 [ City, was one of the visitors her Fly time is drawing near. If You are inVited to The reason some folks never County commissioners transact ;

    . _. w \ Saturday. ou love that part of humanity ; opening at the millinery store of get to the top is because they the business of the county. Incompetent T tl

    y'Josh Peters of Graceville, spent hich says "da, da," to you, I the Misses Richardson on Fri-' like to' stay with the crowd. commissioners can

    '', (several days here last week. with tart now to exterminate the day and Saturday, March 22nd play thunder with your pocket ',
    :. Mrs. Tharp is improving her
    \\hi3 and,23rd.A .
    family. deadly pest. book. ,
    1 / home on the corner of Fifth and
    I : .? : \J. J. Stokes, Jr. and Jake Pelt pig White Goods Sale is on Jackson streets. The house will Cleaning up day last Fridaywas S

    f::1iJ,. -, made a business trip to Wausau Your attention is directed to at Campbell & Dekle Co's. this' be moved back and two rooms generally observedand as

    .''.' '..../ Thursday the announcement of W. B. Gain week and 'all next week. Theyare added, together'with other im- a result the town looks one hun

    I ..,;' / W. A. Rawls of, Southport, er, who is a candidate for Clerk : offering someextraordinarybargains. provements.Have dred per cent better., Why not
    -- of the Circuit Court of Washington Read their advertise clean
    keep things all the time?
    I were shaking hands with friends
    .county. Mr.'Gainer has ment. you read L. H. Howell's ',
    :a I here Monday. morning. in for (candidates for county offices + ,
    served the county the capacityof announcement Representative -
    I' k. C. C. Johnson, J. R. Moodyand County Commissioner, and for W. J. Schell, the grocer, and ? If not, look it up and readit. must qualify by paying''! "

    W. W. Campbell of Vernon, the past four years has been. the Chipley .Furniture Co. are Louis has many friends in their assessment to the chairman'! :?.ft

    ; ;Tc,.h were in town Thursday. Tax Collector. He is thoroughly -' both!: doing some very attractive Washington county who will be of the Democratic executive committee -

    I .-,:" : W. O. Daniel of Cambelton, known all over'the county, and sive advertising.and wide-awake They are merchants progres-, glad to rally to his support.J. not later than March 30th .

    1 came down and 'spent the week everybody know W. B. Gainer is and much business will be the' W. Tharp is a candidate tor Uncle Simou Thibos is ,erecting -] k9

    ,,:. end with his family here. honest, and capable to fill, any result of their advertising cam-' County Commissioner for Dis- the residence of Leslie"'Well .y .
    office in the gift of -ohe, people of on South Sixth street., Whe'
    paign. trict No You will find his
    2.
    j. announcement -
    G. Mendenall wife of
    and Washington county. Remember completed it will be a handsome
    Macoon, visited with friends his request when you go to .the. The; announcement of Walter in is the proper place. comfortable and convenient hOlT

    here Saturday and Sunday.' polls. Cook, who is a .candidate for John Tharp honest and conscientious and will be an ornament to Six!
    and if elected will
    at-
    Get Clerk of the Circuit, Court ot street. .
    J. P. Ivey a naval stores -
    operator I tend to the duties of a county
    Harness and saddles. at Dunn- Washington; county, ,came in too I .
    at Compass Lake, was a business commissioner to the best of his
    visitor here Thursday.he Coleman; Co. late to get into the announcementcolumn I ability.A For Clerk Circuit Court. I

    + ; New.line ot dress goods at T. this week, but you will To the Voters of Washington County:
    / B. C. railroad anothe I hereby annouuce myself 'a candid+
    ran L. Wells & Bros.New find his notice on this page. Readit. dramatic club from Grace- for the office ot Clerk of the Cfrcalt COt
    excursion fo Southport Sunday, Walter Cook is a young man ville came down Friday after- of Washington County Florida, sub
    line of dresses, and skirtsat to the action of the Democratic Prime
    er .\which was farely well patronized of splendid qualities and has to be held
    B. Blake & Co's. noon and played "Home Ties"at 1912. on April 30th and May

    r: G. B. Bush, chairman of the served the town of Chipley as the School Auditorium Friday 1 realize that any position a' m.
    .;; school board, and a candidate for More wire, but no better wire city clerk for three or four years. nightto a fair sized audience. get fuftIf by the you vote elect of the me people an IB a Cler'eec'

    re-election, was in town Friday: than PAGE. Dunn-Coleman Co. He is a good business man and However the crowd to witness terms wllllrlve treatment.you honest service your and c(

    Circuit Court convenes next very accommodating; in fact he this splendid drama would have GIve' m.! *n opportunity to serve
    ';... H. M. Felix, the sign writer of is borQ.ughlycompetent and I will be on hand whenever: yOU
    Monday Have you. been invited' every been larger had not the weather business In the Clerk's Office.
    ; Panama City, spent several days to attend? respect to make a good clerk.!= been so inclement. I will fully appreciate your pporWALTER s
    here last week doing work in his C< aw
    line. We have the agency for the <

    ,. Enterprise stove.DunnColeman -
    / Rev. M. E. Grant and wife of Co.Sunday.

    / Daleville, Ala., spent several days I

    V \ here last week, the guest of, was real cool again." I

    'tit#: \ V friends. while.Well spring,will get: here 'after- a We. Are THe People l

    .
    L. L. Charles of Caryville, can- .
    Kynize, all colors; the best for -"
    didate for County Superintendent For Price
    furniture or a ythinl:. else.- and Quality OnWire
    ., was a visitor, here Mondayand Dunn-Coleman"Co. 0 ,,'. '!
    Tuesday.Rev. r
    The county calf:for, the pri- ,:"-.:,,> .. 4 1 Mu
    G. N. Winslett of Grace- maries is published in another '.. Fencing, ,

    ",] ville, was here Thursday crossing column. >' ...
    ; ,; .
    palms with his numerous Stoves
    1 1t friends, all of whom were glad to All kinds of sweeps and scrapes
    '= him. and plow shapes, of all kinds at

    ; [ see Dunn-Coleman Co. :Building Material, Paints and Oil

    m A. F. Rooks, candidate for ,
    This is a measly timewemean .
    member of the School Board was '- -
    there lot of of Harness
    are a cases -
    in town and spent the day, Sat measles here now. .r ,
    urday. Amos says he expects

    s io.be elected this time. We carry three of the best Planters and Distributors the best madej i'

    knocker fertilizer distributorsthat ,
    M. W. Brett, one of the '
    : popular there is.-Dunn: -Coleman Co -
    "
    ' ,candidates for Sheriff, was Spring Tooth Cultivators. \
    a circulating among the voters There Is only one best place fn .... .

    here Friday. Mr. Brett says .. town to get everything you want -''See before ?,-..
    '' he will makea vigorous campaign and that is at T. L., Wells &Bros us! ;. you by; /
    :
    '
    store. ;
    and expects 'to win out, / '>,!

    too. The ladies are invited to Camp- .. a
    bell & Dekle Co's. to see their -' )
    Geo. Ward, one of Waltoncounty'
    lovely line of dress goods and : :'
    prominent citizens wrs Dunn-Goietnan '
    trimmings.
    here Friday. He was enroute Company

    home from Wausau, where he We will sell you a Cold cotton

    had been on business connected anu corn planter and guano dis A. 6. McQUAGGE.

    I with, the reorganization of the. tributor/combined; see them General Ma

    Wausau Lumber Co. Dunn-Coleman Co. -
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