The Chipley banner
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Title: The Chipley banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: C. Tharp & Co.
Place of Publication: Chipley Washington County Fla
Creation Date: May 9, 1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Chipley
Coordinates: 30.779167 x -85.539167 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024681
oclc - 33427638
notis - AFA6585
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System ID: UF00075891:00303
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Succeeded by: Washington County news (Chipley, Fla.)

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'ion XIXe Cbipley.. Washington Coiinty,.Florida May 9th. 1912. n
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Nearly all THE FLESHY We have the best assortment,of Ladies

People in Town Are Among MUSLIN UNDERWEAR ever shown in Chip- .

I a our Patrons, e ley and'the prices are exceedingly reason ':

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1 BLACK EYE PEAS. CABBAGE. So Why not. buy it ready-made.
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GRITS, Fine and Coarse. FLOUR. e
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! Tbarp Eitendf t sa'rs. Howell Extends Thanks., Morris' Thanks. Boat Schedule at Southport.
To my friends, and the voters To my friends, the White Many thanks to the voters of The B. C. & St. A. Railroad
ot the Second commissioners Voters of Washington County.I the Second Commissioners Dis- have made arrangements with
..Excursion Fares... District: feel very grateful to each of trict for the support given me in Tiller& Blackwell to run their
I take this method of thanking you who so loyally supported me the first primary. I hope the one boat in connection with the B. C.
-toOklahoma the voters for the vote given me for your next Representative in the people elects will give them traiuandyou can buy through

i City, Okla.And in the primary of April,30th; and the Legislature;and to those who ,'better services than I could bave tickets from Chipley to any pointon
Return to those who opposed me, I hold did not support me, I shall endeavor givven, though I would have done, the bay.Going ,
ill them. And to give them- a fair and
no feeling against my best.
Account Southern Baptist ConvMtKM. I north this boat will observe
RATE FROM CHIPLEY I earnestly ask you for your support -I just consideration in all matters May we all look foward to the the following schedule.
and vote in the coming primary -: they may bring before me as end of upbuilding' of a happy and Leave Millvllle 9:3O a.m.
$36.80 of May 28th. If elected I I such Representative. prosperous' people.W.. Leave Panama City 10:15 a.m.
Tickets Sold May 10,11.12,13.14. will discharge the duty with respect I feel that the results of primary E. MORRIS. Leave St. Andrew 11:00 a.m.

Return Limit May, 31, 1912., to all. of April 30th,, placed higher .. n Arrive Leave Lynn Sooth Haven port 12:30 12:10. p.m.p.m.

For farther information see your Yours Truly, honors on me than has ever R. L. McKenzie was up from Going South, the boat will be
: before in the history of Washington -
railroad agent, or write, .. JOHN.. W.THAKP. County been placed on a Rep- Panama ,City, Friday moramgand in waiting on arrival of train,.and ( ,
J. W. LURTON, D. p. A. resentative; for, by your vote you went out to Vernon to attend there will be no delay. '.
Pensacola. Fla. The people of the First .Congressional the meeting of the executtive .
say we are willing for you to de- R. F.SCARLETT, '
District are to be congratulated -
vide our real estate. committee.
Dr. T. 6. Yates upon their returning Now it elected, I shall endeavor General... Manager.. ,
Eye Specialist, Hon. Stephen M. Sparkman to to be true to the trust reposed Dr. J. B. Farrior. and, family Milk Cows for Sale.
Will be; in Cbipley at Dr. Wilson's congress again. Mr. Sparkman in me, and I shall use my utmost left.this week for Tampa, where ,. .
ability to make you a good Rep- Four fresb young cows and
office the First Tuesday in July Is a man of ability and has earn- resentative. the Dr. will probably locate; calves; also some'dry cattle for
1912. Consultation and examination ed his place in the heart of bis Yours truly though be may decide to make sale at a bargain. ;
free. people. .L. II. HOWELL. Key West bis home. W. E. MORRIS.

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I> To Buy, And Where to Buy. |l IlIh il c cl E'

::1. That's: the question that is sometimes hard to t solve. We have the solution with 'the proof of ffi

-the. problem all figured out. Its easy to demonstrate that we can save you money on your t

purchases, giving you an assortment to seLect from as large as any shown in Washington County.


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The women who have visited our Dry Goods DepartMen's Furnishings have not been over-looked by us. lit

ment have been loud in their praise of the assortWe can talk to you about a new Hat Shirt Collar \Ii
\ ment found on our shelves:and they are likewise surprised Cuffs, Ties Underware. Hosiery or in fact anything ,''i

X at the modest price. Quality and Cheapness you need and we will talk it in such a way that it -

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BANKER Henry Farrier's Letter of Thanks.
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.) I employ' this as one ot the <" : ', 'I'' : '- .... 'ill! t '
At ChIP..Y Flas methods of thanking my many l .

$. "r" friends for the very splendid and

'W..TBR W. IOPm, Bdlt;'... for in
flattering vote polled me
$nt n4mnamA at the \MMIt.omce at Chh>tq.I'1a.. a* the first primary.I I

class mall mattes.SUBSCRIPTION. feel exceedingly grateful to ." ..- .

those who supported and voted "
OJTB YKAB,....'. .1.00 for me for several reasons. First 1. '
p BDCMOOTHB.. ..00THBKX they demonstrated by their bal- e Pfa; cS4s.'-II ': '
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lots that I would in their opinion, .

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A4 ert1a1D.rate furnished on application.Communlcatlona ., make Washington County a good ( .

Sheriff. Second, that every man ., ... .'
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on live topics especially ,' k ;
of local Interest are solicited. It who voted for me did so becausehe -r$3rl' t.'f '
la nnderatood however that the publish beleived in principles and A New Line of those famous (1 pNVf 1 :SOYSUITS' :.:: :
responsiblefor my
of THB BANXTKB: will not be '- ." ; ... "
opinions expressed by correspondents .. :;:i' :, :
ability, and that not a single one have 'been received. ; : '
just ;- f, ,
voted for me for pay or promise '* ,.,.-.
TTB BAJmB: wants a live representative 'I ".
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and correspondent at every bostofllce thereof or because he' thought ]I i \
' In the county and will make liberal arramcements We have all styles and sizes from'six<< tol;: .. '
with| the rl.rt parties. would extend him any special : : -

THUR0DAY. MayvO. I0taIt favors to. the detriment of the seventeen years. NOW( boys "Wily: NOT >; : :

.. County.1 went into the race without ONE, before another, boy gets YOUR SIZE, !:!E-r--I: ': 1j :.\ ::.

Industrial Florida.
money or the backing of any po f.t / '1" .

That Florida is advancing litical-ring, and the votes I received Also a complete linej$ of Shirts Ua ; ;.;::1, '- -
rapidly alone: industrial and com were strickly from the -" -
Ties.. Shoes and Straw Hats, Come. in and let _,
; mercial lines is not only evident people, therefore, I am very

r''' to the people of :this city and grateful to you and each of. you :: *.: US DRESS :you up: K: J, ". 1 *' J t' ,',; '

- state; but the achievements of and I promise merit the confidence : ...... .,. "" ." '. ;.:
Floridians ''are ..becoming'' the you have'in me. f

talk and wonder of people in ev- I shall be in 'th'e race in the I ... ..: ._" "...., -

section of'the Primary '
ery. country, next and hope my ; t \ I 4 ; -
This fact is well illustrated by friends will all go to the polls and e '

the following editorial which reappeared cast their ballot for me one more 'Campbell & Defile Company.means '

r: cently J in'the'Columbus time. I honestly believe I will be !

(Ga.) Industrial Index: nominated at the next Primary, ,

The wonderful story of Flor- because the people who voted for .

ida's industrial and commercial the defeated candidates were not

growth in the past decade/ one voting against me but for their so much.less- distributionof I ANNOUNCFMENTS. I I For Superintendent! Public liMtruetlOB

} that is interesting and st mut man I have had a, number 'of To the citizens of Washington county,
disease through the summer. and After ,
especially registered voters:
ting. It is an inspiring chapter the supporters the defeated In Cleveland: a committee is al- !,r.6Aerle having carefully considered the duties of. '
:: of the achievements and possibil- candidates to suggest that I con- ::. I hereby announce my candidacy for County Superintendent Public Instruction -
ledge to offer a' 'reward for flies the Democratic nomination of Sheriff: of and being solicited by' some of my
; _, ities of the great Southeast. tinue make strongest friends I hereby announce
to' _a good clean campaign YVashlotftOQ county If nominated and myself
dead-paying more at this:>eason elected I promise to' faithfully discharge a candidate for the above office, sub.
There nothing 'just like it ip which. expect to do; and than later. : all the duties of the office,' especially so ject to the action of the Democratic primaries -
history'of the whole country. that it is their to vote for In the prompt execution and service of and If elected promise faithful ;
a 4. purpose Let your reward be the fact processes and -writs":both criminal' and service and to conduct- the business of I
The actual value in 1911 of me the next time. Some of the civil. Issuing from the various conrts of the office In such a way as to reflect credit t
I that you are as useful and as ,he- the county>> , on myself and my constituents. I will \
property in Florida was $600- prominent men who did not 'vote roic when kill Sam- I ) support of the appreciate your votes, and your trust Imposed ,
a fly as
; 000,000, an increase.. from $355- for :have said that will do you voters In the Democratic Primaries witha In me. Thanking you In advance,
me they son working with, the. jawbone conscientious derlre to discharge: If i desire to remain your servant. !
800,000 in ten years. so now because it ,is clear and elected-every duty of the office with loyalty w, T. 110RNE.
of an ass. You are killing thousands to roar Interest. '
Some of the other increases' in evident that the common people at a blow, Yours HENRY very truly FARBIOR., To the voters of Washington'tount'i; I

y that time were: want'me as sheriff.I herein announce myself a candidate
When you destroy one fly living tor re-election to the office of County 'I
Population 582,542- '777,900 respectfully ask of you who To the people of Washington county: Superintendent: 'of Public Instruction
; today will destroy a thousand -
you I am .a candidate for sheriff, and earn- subject to the action of the Democratic
capital invested in manufacturing did not support me in the first flies that would live ,later. estly request yoor consideration In the primaries. J have the work.welt In baud .
Primary to give Democratic primaries. My past life Is and If elected I promise In future, as 1 ,
$35,700,000 to $65,128,000; valueof me your supportat And when you destroy.a thous mv best recomendatlon and I assure you have In the past to be faithful In the discharge -
manufactured the polls on the 28th of this of a clean able and fair administration. of every duty connectedwith/ said
'products. $36,-
flies that would live later
prevent -
you of the duties of the office without fear or office; Respectfully, '
810,000 to $72,724,000; feet of lumber month which support t assure the the distribution of millions favor should you choose me as your B. F.., GAINER.
chelf executive officers the I
788,905,000: to 992.091,000; you will be appreciated.' I fully of' disease 'germs by the shall make the race on my oft own couuty.merits.I .- ....
believe that with the continued know nothing of political- wire pulling, Roosevelt
that If-he is
tons of phosphate produced, 706- thousandflies--- and I earnestly ask your careful con- says

243 to 2,067,507 railroad mileage support of my friends I will be Killing flies 'now, ,killing fliesat as.sideration to whom before yon-will making support.up your mind beaten this time he wilT.: try

3,256 to 4,942; resources of nat- the winner any time, you'protect the livesof Respectfully yours; again:.. Another of Bryan's' : policies ,

ional banks,'9,642,703 to $51,602- Yours very respectfully, children, you protect your ,1\1. W. BBEITT.Vow purloined.. bYcrackey., _

027; capital of national banks $1- HENRY FARRIOR. health. And you bring nearer Couutjr Treasurer. I
No one can deny that President i. .
1 announce .
hereby my candidacy for
to 6021.860 individual
; when human shall
the day beings the office ot Treasurer of. Washington
Taft has bis'bands full '
deposits in, notional banks!: $6, Slander is a blighting sirocco- have conquered their ''enemies countjr.'subjectlnff myself to the action ,
and result of the Democratic Primariesto with Mexico side
on one and
435,411 to $23,907,071: deposits in the base foul, cloven footed slan- which we now know are not the be held April 30th and May 28th. If Teddy on the other: It....ifc hard
elected 1 the of
promise people Washing
other banks-$3,74831; ; to$24,180, derers-like the lothsome worm tigars, the lions, the surpents or ton county an honest administration> of to tell which is the most trouble-
049; expenditures; for, common leaves a'path' covered with slime. the. extinct monsters but the the affairs of the office.: some. .
Thank I OK you In advance for your voteand
schools $765,777 to $1,714,938; How truthful It has been said: deadly germsof disease that Influence among your neighbors I am

acres -of improved farm lands, 'Living' he is a treading pest, travel about on the spongy Yours JOSEPH truly,H. PORTER.for The House last week aided the

and dying impenitent his Nat'on'' : ....1... G: d R d
1,511,653 to 1,803,000( ; value of worse, sticky, feet of flies and poison the o0 oa movementpassing"a ;

farm lands' and buildings!: $40- soul is to deeply stained for hell! Food of the children.Be County Commissioner Dt... No. 9. provision 'in the post-
How often I here declare. myself n mineral do hear the slan-
799,938 to $117,623,000;, we active Commissioner
a fly-killer and re- County for the Second
products. $3,326,518 to$9,584,705.. derer's'tongue waubling song Commissioners District., Subjecting my' would,grant a subsidy to all high-
centless. self to the result of the primary elections, ways used in the rural free' delivery -
a,, Study these figures ,and you of disgrace on our streets.. You may or may not get into voter and I solicit of the district.vote and II support of the mail service. tJ
our youjelect: me I
G- find that they tell a most entrancing history. You won't be as well will five you the best service It Is. poser -.-> -m .r i A.

story of development, progress Kill The Fly. .. known as' Atilla "le fleau do ble for me to render. J. W. THARP. :Oscar Underwood presentsone

and 'opportu 1ity.-Tallahassee Now as the warm! weather Die,"'vou won't be Genhia: Kahnor 1 herewith announce 'candidacy Ss claim to greatness, in so for

True Democrat.. comes, .the flies that have lived Alexander-but you will 6e a County Commissioner from District No8 as this campaign is concerned: ,
.. .. ; subject to,tbe action of the Democratic that; haven't
through the winter move and big important and useful'flykiller !, Primaries.' If elected I shall endeavor,to
do my whole duty In the premises safe- friends putting forward. He}is
Twenty $eksonr were killed show themselves.On and that is better than any of .KaurdlnR as best Xmavthe Interests oft keeping his lips rather sat'clv'
and more than sixty w'ereinjur- the window here and the gentlemen, named. "IKi11 J[t the people the. entire'county -'wIll
pane appreciate your vote.and support..".,.;.rS. buttoned-while.! : ; talk festSis
!' ed, many of them seriously, in a there you see and hear the .big flies.-Georgian.' I| W. BUSH.' going,on. jftf

cyclone' which swept' through blue, buzzing fly, and the' small, . .. >...::...

northern Louisiana and Mississippi nervous black fly, the fly that is -

,last week. buit.like a tugboat, as wide as she ::4.

a ,- ia long, the slender! flv ,of racing .

LIFE ROT WORTH.Lime: build-all of the flies are awake REFLECTION: "
now, ready and eager'to produce N;
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millions of flies for the summer "- ,
U the way MlM Alt Abe1 of We" .
Baden Ind.. summed up her extst m" '
After having .songhtlin.: rain for liMIt The flies of the summer and Wilrcopvince you that it is much

y She writes: "I was a complete W.fec all] the flies that are, to spread ,bettered buy ,FPfNITURE'' you can .'

always bad to spend tired horn about out one-third and nervoitX oi m disease and 'keep 'disease alive, -g r I-Yolf;: than"'to ,purchase; the thrown: ."

time in bed. the dies that, go out of doors tohe'piles topeth'er kind made .
fa solely to sell at
"Vlno!. your'dellclouir"e 4 liver e i of filth and bring the _;
.Iron tonic wall recojnmended."' ,{and disease germs' to the food that appearantiy. t bargain? prices., We dow ; .
'can truly say it ha. done 'me nv" not handlethe latter '
good than all the medicine I'ever ten your-children eat-millions and ; :sort We offer. ;': :

In my life. That nervous'' and' tire millions of flies will be born from you FURtTjOtfg Build,for Long Sere '.\

health reeling flesh is all and gone strength: I 'have-;until';gained I fer 1' the few flies that have lived *. vice!as well!as'.Good< Looks and 'we: ._ .

like another person.?*' (W. guarantee through, the winter and that invite a comparison in prices. .. :
this testimonial to be genuine.) struggle now against the pane to.Itet ,,'
What Vlnol did for Miss Abel -we out and begin their favorite > ,
know it will do for every nervous, '
run-down overworked tired thin and industry of fly raising!, I' Cfcipley Furniture

discouraged woman In this vicinity. Every fly that you kill now Company
' Try a bottle of Vinol with the understanding
thousand flies
means a or more
that your, money will be Railroad Street. Chipley, Fla.
w$ returned if. it does pot help you., killed. "
,8. l:. McGeacbv.: Chlpley..Fla: Every fly destroyed today

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::barber) French Museum Has Mamente.iCofll. More In This World in BALE
nected With th. Unfertunat > More Minutes.. ; PER ACRE"
I "'"Capet Family." 't

hope, 'I Th "Carnutl-t; "We haT' tried all 've heard that often of
.- museum which :"permits: known to u recent years, and

1.j has already .a wealth of curiosities the comic but 'hear it more often each season from now '
No Waiting. and relics from the stormier portionsf papers ; .
.;'Just discharged is the

f3 Barbers3. ) very' French interesting history,gift.'has The just descend receiveda :'them all," said an East you making it? Can you make it? : ,

-J cian at his club
ants of Edouard Lasne, who was people are doing it and we know you"can,
"This girl ,in question '
.: { Everything 'Up-to-Now. housekeeper of the Temple prison ,'nom a small town in will .

)" Shave -. ...... ISc. when the.""Cape family" were there, coCiin about three weeks I little better seed a few inches deeper ,
'; Haircutting;. ........ ZSc. have sent -to the Carnavalet museum 'so that the I
,': Shampoo, ......','" 2Sc. tome.of the things which louis XVI 'IIr.' green' --a little' more care in cultivation and- ,
.'.I Massage, .. .... .. ZSc.Hilr and Marie Antoinette left in their 'haV" nibbled at her: if 800 pounds per acre of ,
Singe.. :. 25c. them. She had, to be
.' rooms-when they were taken to: the
We S licit Your scaffold. There two chemises ,blow out the gas and i .
,' a ronafe. ? 'she! did not have to
of fine llden belonging to Marie"An .
Very Respectfully down on the faucet in
toinette. The? grown which was em '
W. D. Peters, Fropr broidered them has been picked'' water.
I on "The first night this by the Inter-Cultural Method. o'
out and: only1 the initial 11. ire.l "
A ftadla-; under out
I( mains. There is a black silk blouse,; slept '
tided a strong odor of easy-and certainly very profitable.
-much worn and mended 4n,,MY*
traced! it to her room right now that will make it.
I eral, places, which Marie Antoinette you
to write Tut one oopfidenttal letter b.'oi-.uplylnit .- made with her own hands in priuonj found her gaa jet : utw be sure your dealer gives you Armour
for It
be worth
patents; may monmj.e .//flrakened her with dl>
proiuplly oWlu U.8.and which the
ronlg and was
1/1> rom by- princess .
'cradle cried wife -
., ,PATENTS I royal after her father's execution / my

". and TRAbE MARKS or stilts There are also1 two pairs offdng'a' the ly CltaSperatedr'didn't I R. WELLS
.. : to.blow;out the P' Agent.ChipleyFla.
TIRE attoru.y.Iee Send mo silk darned rathe
/ or P Loa and we bud.. IMMEDIATE stockings ( *"I didn't Wow it out '
FREE report on patentabllitr.. We glvW *
{he bail legal serrUs and advfcs, and oatabergesaremoderate badly),.a pair of "Madame BoyaleV 'attie.II turned it out
TI'J'- little bottle which [] .
slippers; a crystal *
' showed .
SWIFT & CO. Antotn* yon.. me. '"
; baa a few drop of Marie hut the jet was wide
Patent lawyers site's favorite scent remaining in ItJ} UR FERTILIZER
'Ye After WORKS
, Opp. U.S.Patent Office,,WuhinBton. OoC. J I and Louis XVI.'s shaving dish. But :turned um. : ; ,
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on again 8
the,most of the reU
light It without no .
Ics of the which went id
monarchy .te# 'git V ..in the night.-
pieces on the scaffold is a game ci ,
kee Wisconsin
. I bricks with which the little Dau) .

.P' LETTER I phin, whose :fate has always beefl
and always will be a mystery" ued : CO.
,: '" HEADS R '.- HEADS to amuse himself in prison.-Paris' lar;bearty'vigoroue: life. aq
?.""" l>)lrtaa' ,of Ban,. :Jlntonia, 43i E. Bay Street,
',::.' .. NOTE I ENVELOPES correspondence, London Daily 'Erd writes"tbat Ur. King's flew JACKSON' VILJU, F, L RIDA, .
.' .. T: HEADS BUSINESS press. surely put new UCQ f and energy
STATEMENTS. BOB Wile aon.f believe' they Largest stock of Machinery
N CARDS made,!' Excellent' tot in for
Florida saw mills and
le there anything all Ibis world tact It
PAMPHLETSCOMMISSARY. ktdfcejr troubled 25 ci. at
T of more Importance to vou loan good dlgeeV.tlonf 1 > ). planing mills.EARQUHAR.
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MILL Kood must be eaten to sustain lift ;I
""...' JiC. and moat be digested and ,converted Int* INDEFINITELY ,I MACHINERYhas
::. CHECKS I CHEC digestion falls the Who built
.v ar* o. blood.wben tbe r- been for 57 yean;
,. J .. DRAFTSVISITING o*y suffer' CHamberlaln's Tablets are 4 more built today than any oth-
.RECEIPTS'N' rational aid reliable our IM Indlgettlonl;
They increase the flow ot bile, purify the er.. Let us tell you why.

INVITATIONS.G CARDS blood strengthen. the,stomaab, and tone u; Send for catalog] and price.
, ,.... .j' the. Wbnl 'dlgee't'Ye apparatus to a natural'
healthy action. For sale bv--All Dealers! ,
TO ORDEECoiU : 1\t. f..; DEKLE, F. M. GOLbOM.Cashier.! oy
', vtce-Pre.ldebt.' 'r?

Jdajrer, Q. "or..Olvee ,Advloe'. to New! \1.. Bank."A: National: Bank. :

York. High School Girls

.n OrsMfiMtlen t MARIAi4NA. FLA.

Mayor (Oaynor told a graduating! 11 Capital, 50000.00; '

lass of girls that they musts never'
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Accounts At Banks, Corporations, Firms ana Individuals.
worry About the-future.that ,every- .
years experience In tHe banking: business enablea 'us to offer
little-make big' moner: Rlmplmt. I faatrh
i ;hingalways came"out.nght.an4-
nhtat marine IT'S ILL ISTHfTSnOS KOImill is,, ; facilities any ,bank in West F.orida. We also have a
I fltied with wire cable drive, ....oa. .- til., they1 had: to 'do was 'to, prepare)IIhem8elYea. Department in which we pay trtereat on deposits. Ac-
menu and adjoiuble Idler Improved earrl.gsbslring '
d...... Is quick artlns. and a time 1 saver, I a. betty they could each] ., bandied as easily aa by personal interview.
llad Id all*i... portable and .......U7. I| Send ua''your business.
to : man's home! .
We emnfMtiii* eiiUM. '-' ( mmAlmti fmttftam.
wood >II.MU>, *t*, u4 *0 Uu dry wwk. Will F. M. GO1.SON' Cashier.
.Merl.-. lappy says the New York Globe. "
Vallary A Tayler' .Ins Werks. Bat 15. MM**,.... The girls,argued with .the mayor) -a I ,.

the of-. time Ella-Pa can't I ,
ver length an egg Bays we ;
OF FLORIDA( Florida State For Women
York '' College -1
The New World !ihonld be boiled. ten year*. But don't 1

Thrice-a-week Eedition. "Six: minutes' was.the unanimous" t George; yoU' are yet young. Institution for TALLAHASSEE i f fCaHrgf "

-. : :- lecision of the eJ.... The mayor be-' Georg8-Yea,- I know I ; Voting'Men.' .1 School 01 Mu.lc.of Art.School and of Sciences Art. StbimJ:Normal of Expression School; 1 i
lined minutes butt .. .t.Uon' School o( Borne Economics '
The Thrice-a week World hopes to be four was right Est Iwasn't thinking tural 46 experiment and ... ; First clans equipment throughout. Tuition I.
"In 1908 a better paper than U has ever, {ava.in to superior numbers. >ut of'you,. love.J. .' ...profeoMirn in attendance, last address.free. Other empenoes very,'l I"... For Information

,beep before and It baa made Its arrange The huebaod..do-...let of worrying A. A..MURrlllEE-* and campu.,"ta/lie.. Fur EDWARD CONIADI Prcildcnl.WANT ...

'meats accordingly. Its news service co,.' ; the mayor told them, and'it-will!! M< Howoll, a poiipulur .
era the entire globe, and It reports every be the duty of the wives to cheer' Greeo.burti(1' says., "we Utl :
.,MOil- fully. .. promptly and accurately.- It lalO'1 Cough Remedy in our own "
.Is the only paper, not a dally, which Is as (hem up.' and know It Is excellent." For :' { 1
'rood as a dally, and which will keep you "You will all," said the mayor All Dealers: JO'I

-ras completely Informed of what ls happening lave husbands in a few years.. Thai ._- .. a Better
: throughout the world. ,
laying is that, though God disposes
', .Tbe Thrlce-a week World ls fair In Us LIKED DOG
Apolitical You the truth man propo ea. And, this being leap] wiIFbe-asked you almost dally-by business men seeking: your.
report can get
i _take the Draughon Training-and show ambition to i iu'.
*.ifrona lUcolumna,whether you are a Re- (rear, the girls have a right to propose *! 'A conductor on the' indorso DRAUGHON'S Colleges: thau indorse nil other bu i I-
'':;"publican or Democrat and that Is what. if' they want to. But I won't: Northwestern railway 48 Colleges in 18 States. InternatlouaJ' reputation.

';;*ouwant. featui6' Thriceaweekctvorld say anything you about that. Ii+ late the other ''night, tayi : : branebes... Pfnmansltlp toed ,'0I1ION0UARANTEElundrroasennblecbditsr: :: ; B,UHljll'..
.r" A speof at of the mention it at all to .
been Its. aerial fiction only remind you' waukee Wisconsin He was ; Bookkeepers all over Horn Study. T/iousaiKfs baiitra *
: ; has alwats that the education which ire' say that Draqghon'S iers, bookkeepers, and atenofraflifrs H n
you and drifted into the pantry
$3lcpgbllsheA'novels' by the best authors la result ..(
saves them holding good positions at the
tha world coves whlcn In book form sell peive here is to enable you to1 become' 'of the family. was, around to in workandworry, taking: Draughon's Home Study.'
\-for( tlJO apiece and Iw blah standard la rood wives and good housekeepers.' lunch.. :, al1y all U. SL ofl'H CATALOGUE. For pritson; loscniM, !
.this respect will be maintained la the future .- You could not be that, you know,: :He ,write the System of BY MAIL, write JNO. \'. DRAUGHO.:.,
saw some appetizing teach .NsthvllH,.Tees For fiva C/-
.sln the put.l Colleges/ President
The Thrlce-a-v World's rujtalar.subscription /: without being reasonably" intelligent. ,; 'crackers piled on a plate, their know U the pest alogue on course ATCOL1.&'(.&, vc;c' >

price Is only $1.00 per year and well schooled. log them with cheese, proc 'S P ACTIQAL DTTSINESS CO r.Ll n :
and this for 1M We overthle Fl... da. MoM'.r : '
; pay papers. consume them. ,; CI'AtI"nt.t., or M..II! 1m"r > -

:,.er together unequalled for one newspaper for and$1.65.The Ban The EXCEPTION- : Nat' morning at .. ,. h" .. .

regular subscription'year price of the two pa- "I, am opposed--the'whol, prinidple asked what kind of . . .

.pfrs Is $.e 00. of inflation!' were remarking that .

'; "Oh, come,. now I Not in using particularly pleasant taste : Printing
liked 'them better with
a.anil ForeignPATERTS
: iIiiZ; t automobile fresh
than the"usual water

4;' ESOAPK8AN'AWl"VL, KATE:, "Dog biscuit/* was the : Creates a good impression :

A,thousand tongues."'>*ottld :'not 'expresstbe : among ypur correspondents :
Sick headache result from a
gratitude W Mrs."'3s Kr! Coxsof'JolletJ
dooil modal. wei>or photo oi lut ntlon tor condition of the. stomach, and ",
fre.re.xtun patentability. >or fne book 111., for her wonderful deliverance from an b tbe use of Chamberlala'e 8 torn and helps to give your ..business -
aowtoSecueeTimnr UAQ ,wt>M awful total "'"Typhoid paeurnsnZF had left f
Patannanrl I -| with a dreadful ougb,"abe write, "Bom",' Jrer Tablets. Try It. for I pr stigea :
times.!ha* snob awful, c thought I would die. 1 could get no help; ..:...-- '
I ether medicines Neat Printing '
from doctor's treatment HUGH ,
till I aDr.. King's Jew: Dlscorery. But t t. t. t r*
Opposite U. S. PatentWASHINGTON .0 oe I owe Uf life''to tals''wonderful remedy for DB T.IST. Prices. .
D. C. 1 scarcely cough at all, now." Quick and

tate, Its the most reliable of all throat. and Crown and Bridge Work a Banner toti 'JOf fid'e.t,
lane:medtelww;i fiver: bottle gwaraateed

o Patronize those who advertise Doe sub$1.000. Trial bottle free at ,8. 11:; ALL WORE . . .
tbVBaaner. MeOeoeby.r Ltie1.ome. over Cblpiex State .


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malt Wayfarer Tired of Plodding In Women r "

BII'le" l' th* Mud, Found Thought Turnedto
M. R. Church, South.-Preaching very Wings.
.k and and Sunday at 11 a. m. sod 8 p.m. If weak, you need Cardul, JOB
.... 11. Uhapixklle, Pastor. the woman's tonic Cardul
Sabbath School 10 a. m. W. N. Sheats The parlor company was holding a .
Superintendent.Prayer Meeting. Thursday nights. "That reminds me" Session. The Is made from gentle herbs, \

You DR Men's prayer meeting Tuesdanights. man who had recently moved here acts in a natural manner,

Kvervbody cordially Invited, from the west was the speaker, says and has no bad results, as PRINTING ;

Baptist Church-Preaching every 20d the Indianapolis News. some of'the strong drugs ; ,
and 4th Sunday. Rev. Baxter.paitor. ''I "I lived in a small town where sometimes used. As a medicine
Sabbath School a. m., F. ". Hawk -
Snperlnteneent.Praver there were no paved streets and,few -a tonic-for weak, : : ,: -, : J

Meeting Wednesday nights. paved sidewalks. We have mud out tired, worn-out women, : I f
there--adobe the natives call '.. ,:
or, f-.s Cardul has been a popular I
P..t.oe Directory. It dobe. When it rains and gets :-" .' '
1 for 50 Creates'a good impression -
Otflehours730a.m.to7:00 t> m.1| except success over years. .: / r
Sunday. muddy, It's. muddy! And the way ," #vi ,
I East-bound mall closes at 10:20 aim that stuff sticks! They tell a story! i E b7Taka among. ,your. 'cor-: "' ,", ,

Westbound mall closes at 5:10 p.m. about a flock of chickens getting an. '' ; ::
Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 m respondents and:helps -
shored in the stuff and to
and leaves on arrival of the east bound starving' o.CARDUI '
wall. death. But, of course, that is not *to give your business: 'I'l
Sunday hours: 11:30 m., to 12:30 p. m., true. I
Money Orders Issued at all hour when -
.office Is open except Sundays.J "One of the church members-a prestige. .. .. t\
P HCUKLL P. M0r deacon-was putting some shingles The Woman's Tonlo ., .

.little church one day when
on our
Mrs. Lula Walden of
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mud in evidence. A
was young. : .. .
BANNER and 3eml-weekiy Atlanta stet came plowing through the mud Oramlln, S. c., followed .. \
Journal.C per year 11.75. I this advice. Read her letter

and stopped at the church, tired out. We Do Neat Printing
BASHES and Thriceweek New York "
World per year, $1. 5. The conversation that followed was I : 1 was so weak, -1 "
BANHKBand tleml-weeklTlmel.l1n' about like this: when I first began to tike } .
Reasonable Prices.
a and Citizen, per year, $1.50. 'Hello, Mr. King Cardui, that it tired me to At .

BAKHKBand Home and Farm, per yea "'Hello.' walk J Just a little. Now, I .
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** 'flair TW Kin ere wvn .a (..!1.f. d all th AI
KJ-,/, ***** fff JWSj V /***** can o e 5011"1-"
flan Y I housework for a faintly of < '
General Directory.STATE "
'I hope so, my boy 9." Try Cardul fOl your "
OFFICIALS.. "Will to heaven when Give next order' '
you go you. troubles. It may be the us your ..
Governor-Alber W. OllcbrUt. die? .. .
very 1 remedy you need. ..., : '
Secretary of State-B. Clay Crawford 'Why, yea I have hopes of doing and we. will give you per..

Attorney General Park Trammell.) that/ I I fect satisfaction thus '

,Com Agriculture E. M' LID. Have wings, toot \ '

i'.' Treasurer-Wm V. Knott. "Tes'Fly/ I SISTERLY COMPLIMENT making you one of our
'; Supt. Public Instruction-. M Hollo- wherever you want to f '

way 'Yes; I don't see why not'Well .' I regular customers. "

Comptroller C. Croom. I guess that will be a dog .. .

Supreme Court-Thoi. M. Shack leford. gone' sight better than walkin' in .',. : .. .
Chief Justice: Jt. H. Mabrv.C'lerrf. this stuff/"
Railroad CommUsfon Hudson Burr ,. '
Chairman; R. C. Dunn, Clerk. .
For soreness of the muscled whether Induced ; .
Judge first judicial circuit-J. Emmett by violent exercise orjnjury: Clium- THE ', "

Wolfe, Pennacola.State berlsln'a Liniment la excellent This lint- '

Solicitor: first judicial .circuit-. meat U also highly esteemed for the rellet It .
L Wilson. affords In oases of rheumatism.-Sold by all thiipiiy

_)ealers. BANNER


: U. 8. Chubb Register Gainesville, Fla.
Shields Warren, Receiver Gainesville. : '

Starving Garrison' of Mafeklng Glad Chipley Fla.

WASHINGTON COUNTY OFFICERS. t. Avail Themselves of Their _
Circuit Clerk-W. C. Lockey, Vernon. Horses fcs Food. L j
County Judge-I. A,Uutcblson Vernon, t *X :o'High *
Sheriff-C. G. Allen, Chlpley. Horse a la Mafeking was the chief '. II
"re.lllrer-H. B. Tiller, Vernon. nouriaher of-the garrison beleagueredIn I
Fanchette-It is hard to tell a

Tax fax Collector Au.lor-.J.-W.J.il.Williams Ualner. Kcontna.Supt. :Chlpley.. that town,for 217 days during the woman's age by her looks. Class Saw Mill Machinery. I

Public Instruction F Gainer Boer war, according to Gen. Sir Rob Cecil- I should hope so! Why,

WauHau. crt Baden-Powell, who told the storyof you look like sixty I We carry at our new warehouse 408
$Supervisor of Belltratlon.I.. M. horse as a breakfast food-and a and 410 East Bay St., a large stock of
Simmons, Greenhead. luncheon and food at that- Portable and Stationary Engines; Locomotive -.,
County Solicitor A. D.: Carmichael, nipper \O181be lime to get rid of your rbeu- and Horizontal Return Flue .\\11
Chlpley. at the recent dinner of the Boy matlsm. You will find Chamberlain'. Llnimcnt Boilers; Saw-Mllls, Planers Edgers.
Scouts of America. Only the hair: wonderfully ett<.etlve": One application Saws Belting: and Mill Supplies; alao
County Surveyor-Thos. Collins, Cary engine and saw-uilll repairs.. We alao
vllls Fla.County. I they did not eat-every other shred will convince you of Its merits. Try handle the celebrated line of HUST.LER.TAYLOR.VANCE.AMRER..
II. for sale bv All Dealer.
Commissioner: of the animal they made use of, t -. :
*J. T. BIghtower, Chairman, Vernon.A. i somehow. Here are some of the details -- ICAN and DELOACH Saw Mlllf, ,I

C. Gilbert Chlpley. I expurgated from most of tha. TSETSE FLIES AND BIO,GAME. SOUTHERN Engines and Boilers, PERKINS.ERIE, Shingle LEFFEL Mill, Machinery.TAYLOR Special and !f
S. L. Davis, Wausau. Stave Machinery for Turpentine Plants.
accounts of the speech: As the horses i
J. B. Porter Mlllvllle. It has been believed by many that Large stock carried for Immediate Shipment. Get our prices before buying-
U. F. Gnnn, Santa Rosa. were starved to death, there was not the of and We can aave you money. A.postal will bring our Traveler. ;
School Board much meat left on them. What presence game, especially Write for literature covering your special requirements., ,
is for the exist j
buffalo responsible :
G. B. Buih. Chairman, Orange IIIII there was the soldiers chopped up /Vlalstoy Machinery Co. .
of tsetse said lecturer be-
ence fly a
S. J. Gainer, St. Andrew into sausages. The skin they boiled .410
408 A E. May St. Jack
tore anvU.c. Plot-Ida.
W. F. Ross, Vernon. the Royal Geographical societyof :
for 26 hours then cut into and
Lon: Ol tano .Telephone No. (S7-*. ,;
-- : London. After many years spent
sold for 18 pence a pound. The slips ,
CHIPLEY CITY OFFICIALS. of In traveling over every part of Ny-
I gristle and meat that clung to the
, : Mayor-rA. Campbell. asaland and much of northern Rhodesia
bones soused and made intd I
Y.. Marshal-John Roberts they Portuguese and German East Here's a Good Slogan for
Cherreuil called
Uerk and Tre.surer-W. W. Cook. soup- they this
,h Council-A. D. Carmichael chairman delicacy. The bones themselves they: Africa and the upper Congo I arrived '

C. B.Dunn B. McGeachy! C. E. Thar|" ground into powder to adulterate the at the conclusion that the' and,
W.O. J.... evidence a Bigger Better Business.
Butler flour. They pulled off the shoes to weight of is against this I

make into. shells. They sent the theory, so far as tropical Africa la. ns..Sut...MI. IS1.... '
mane and tail to the hospital for use concerned, and in this beliefname.Iy

IL The Banner in stuffing mattresses.-New York that tsetse in these regions does DON'T BLOCK THE WAY!

Evening Post.U."UL not depend on big game for its exist v' tt" '"j''1 '
ence-I think that all who are entitled '
Move as fast the
as procession-
or move out. Take the
SIGNAL OF to speak with authority-Including f
HUNTERS. pace-of the company you are in or make for: the :}
it, Chipley Fla. '. Mr.!: Seloua-are now agreed. way" ma s
In the American Magazine; te behind.. :rer. :'

: art Edward White writing the 'first flfcLl'3-A JUDOK IN BAD. ,FIX, .. '. r'lt.
Stands for the fCbipley
UpbulW *
r ot his adventures with wild animals Justice Kll!: Cherry, of Ulllls Mill. Tcuu., .Don't stand.'in the,way of new ideas. Don't pause in the'
: in Africa on a recent year's hunt, was pinlnly! wcriltxl. A bud sore on his..teg 01 .
tells about one of the natives snapping hud basted, ,c'eru.llloclore. and loop resist path of better system.<<: Don't settle down on ,the ladder :"of I

a his fingers when the party got ed all remedies. 1 thought tl was a cancer success. Don't, he a barnacle on the. ship of piegress.Change'means .. .
Washington County. ," be wrote. '-Atlustt used Buckleo's
into close quarters with two lions. Arnica Salve, and was completely .cured." progress

land Florida; Mr. White adds: Cures bu rues,Holies, ulcers, cuts bmaleetuul Progress"meaa'. advancement I
'''"That strangely enough, is a piles, 28 centAt 8. E. :MoGeaoby. 1 *i_ ,_- I

sound to which wild animals seem Advancement means movement. MOVE! '
J' Subscription, $1 I Per Year.We to pay no attention, and is therefore 6O YEARS'EXPERIENCE ,, .-, I
most useful as a signal. DON'T BLOCK "
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nuke a SpecUlty TaB DKAMONS ot'TRIG SWAMP

r S remosqultos. As they sting they put deadly -
Neat, S malaria germs In the blood Tnen follow :
the coy obllls and the fires of fever. The ap- TMADC Dcaicna MARKS CURTIS L. JONES. A'. CABMICHAEL !

Artistic peUte flies and the strength falls; also ma.lafla COPYRIGHTS: Ac. .
Attorney at Law.
| often paves the way for deadly typhoid Anonasendlnea.ketehandd..ertptlnnmqgntnklf Notary Public State at Large.
:! Commercial -a.o.rtAln our opinion. trm whchar as Collections a Bpe Jalty.Chlplry..
Printing But JCleotrlo Bitters kill and east laTvntlon ..'eonedenLW.IIANOBi0 murk.tton.artetlr All business entrusted to
00the> malaria from the blood ] onPatvatant Fla
gems ; give .
tees VIti.* .n.? for 0*<*arlO4rplkt nta.
you a fins appetite and renue your strength. Sateen taken thine''f.'t.e.' C t..tT. have .. ,
pelmiw ,without : my care w my prompt \tT. .. :
.r After long suffering'; wrote Win. Kret- ..
The Banner well, of tiuoama N. c.,"three bottles! drove Scientific .tmrkaN.HT attention. Fees reasonable. J. J or1ES.RttorneyAtLaw
all the malaria from my system, sad ..I'yeha.d huidwtm.lr ntn.tru.d w..fr1r.uhitton jisuwAvt. dpnL .. I D .
Can be found at Post '
of an? ''' T rms%M C Office
good health ever since Beat for sail lnonth..CL Sold by miwmlaolsjsTm.
-. stomach, liver and kidney Ills 00 ets. at Mu'N &Co.as1)ke: : ,
Fla. danNewYork Wausau
Chipley; 8. L. aloGeaohr.. JI Drees,ra r et, : Florida t7liPLEY Fits'
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: .When i" Citizens Show
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; A way. Wire'' Ettcea '

There can be no reason why any

,, reader of tnU who suffer the torture. I .

', : -: of an aching back, the anoyance of urinary : : Q-,.

,'n''r..t ,.: disorder, the pains and danger*- --'Q
.;;..- n, '., '." of kidney ill* will fall to heed the "
". ",:w,.i.,n,, :. '. !'1"." I' word of a neighbor who ha found re-
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,<. < .' .. Chipley, Fla., says: "Doan's Kidney ...
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'.'.''''.'-;,i"w: ;. t f Pill rid me of kidney trouble three ,
R r.;;, ,.. ,, ,"x :- 'f' '" -- '
$ r ,and the has been
..u..'., I-,. '; fear. ,ago cure per "
t ""';\.r"'! !:.."(:+, ,' ...i.1 1"1." ,. ... .. manent. t I gladly re-endor this rem-
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I. .;,.' '' 1 '" nervous and subject to headaches. I Just a word, Farmers and, Fence Builders:
slept poorly and what rest I did get,

I did,not refresh me. I heard much
"". JI so
I .I. >i!! '. .'.:,"..1"..'.'" ;y M about ;JX>an's Kidney Pills that I decided : Having matte a, deal for Ten Car Loads :

,,, !fv"-1 ,.'f. to give them a trial and got a '
.t'o!,:" '' box. I have much to be thankful fore ,of the Best, American Steel !Wire Fence we ::
i':.>t.. .,.. '.' This remedy lived upto all the claims w I

made for it, correcting my trouble.. 0 are in position to make you better prices.
> For sale by all dealers. Price 50

'; r,, : .: cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, Hi than ever.before. t

," ," New York, sole agents for the l' United
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t' Be sure see us' before buying wireS
ot. .,,' Remember the name-Doan's-and, 31 you $

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elsewhere. It
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oJ* Husband and Wives Never O. WalkIng Chipley;j HdwCo., .e

tilde by 8ld. In That Part. .

; '; Candidate for Congress. of the-World. ..... ... ... ... ... .- -... .....Q.

Take the social relations of th ,
..;.'of .,.. t,000000999000909000090, '
: '" Japanese people as another example NOTICE. .FOR PUBLICATION.. ,

I :i'r: &the :Democrats'of the ThirdCongresslonal.Dlstrlct: : of, contrariety. .Here the honorabl Department of the Interior NEW .
. '', U S. Land Office lorldaj} I
.. at Uatnvsrllle. -
is the feminine
.. ." MX not but the ma* May 4, 1919. ,
?z atri.deeply: : grateful for tbe'magnificent vote given me in the online. There i,' even *,, proverb I Notice Is hereby "given, that George VVj
*T primary election of April 30th. for congressman' from the third, Harrell, of Fountain Florida, who, on
believe, "Honor men, despise worn*, March U, 1911 v made Homeatead'' Entr'erlti ( Barber Shop.,
I '- :adistrlct. 'l want to assure al( those who voted forme, 'and work- en." Perhaps the translation '[de.apiae" $ No. 08224 for E>i or NEM. 111 W#
"'red me/that' '1; their of NEU and NEB of NWW, Section 12, ....._ .........
more than
for appreciate can say friendship is too. strong, but,certainly'' ii Township 1 north Range 13 west, Tallahassee --

': ,:. :!, ,and support, and to those who voted for either one of' the. other would be regarded as nothing but, tlon to make Meridian final hag Commutation tiled notice of proof Intent td T. H. CALLAHAN. Propr.;

,.' .r,"' candidate ( 'wish''to, say that r have the kindest feeling, and it for. contemptible, weakness for young establish platen to the land above aescrlbfcd (

: J any,reason they. can support me in the primary ot May 28.1' willappreciate' men to show any such regard foe! at,Vernon before,the Florida Clerk on of the the Circuit 13th day Court of' I have j just opened a barber

,'" young women, or husbands for then June 1912.Clamant '
!! names as wltnesbesr Frank shop in,the Dekleold, ,building, on
I wanted to ,go ipto every precinct in the district during 'the wives, as is common inAmerica. The Taylor of Compass Lake. Florida, Wilt{ corner west{ of,First Nat. Bank,
wives exist their husband Taylor, Uelrld Mc-t!
\ campaign, but a lack of time and lack of.money, prevented my goIng : ; solely tof Qaagge. of Fountain, Florida.! and will appreciate a share ofyour'barbe'rin'
nor must the wife if the husband

object a. Chubb
\' -; to every place In,, the district. To the people who live in the maintain other favorites, 01 Ed fee paid Henry Register., trade.<< I guarantee -

,\' precthts where I have not been I wish to say that'my failure to -. even bring these favorites into, the NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. to'give, \ou'; .satisfaction:

: visjt' _'your;.precinct: was. not,due. to neglect,. but as,-stated., a ?ve.\to home with her. And although s Department of the Interior; Shelves lOc.

,' :Black at.time''.: It'ls necessary for; me to work ,and make a living'as man la with his wife a much greater U. S. Land Offlcw at Gainesville. May ,1912 Florida. :

-:'tl-ko along, and it'requires time; ,at home. If I,bad a large bank account part of his time than is the case in Notice Is hereby alven that John L. A, 1alr. Clf ,",26c.

: <- and,could leave work indefinitely. I could' have visited America he have little (iodwinof8ertonFloridaLwho:! July
my ", may or no 27, 1910 made Homestead Entry, Serial

',: nearly every place in the district., ., lam going to\.do the'best".." :!.can.. ,- voice in selecting her; in fact, hi HWJf No. 07131(Section, for 2.EM Township of .N Wire 1 north and E3 Range{ of IRA A. sON

2 .tea see you everyone: before May 28tb.' may,see,her only,once before marry, 13 west Tallahassee Meridian has tiled "HUTCfl ,
notice of Intention to make Hnal Commutation .
.,-_ ,- At the time I write this I am the high man in the race. The, tog.,, proof, to establish claim to the Attorney at Law.

\I Vrelurns are yet incomplete, but I believe I bat) will, be well in the After,having seen probably half s Jndge.land above at Vernon described, Florida before, on the the County 13th Office at Vernon. Fla.

ll\11" '. the'lead when,the returns are all in. million. or more Japanese,,., Sunday, day of June 1912. I
and week days t have not noticed Claimant named aa witnesses: Wills A. W"1U practice in Circuit, Courts of '
/"n I express appreciation and earneatfy solicityou'V John J. J. V.
.. n again my grateful : r 'aingle walk. Taylor, Pettls. 'Pippin. % Florida and.the Federal Courts.
young Japanese couple Taylor, all of Sexton:! Florida.Uenry! ,
in the second I believe that publicservant
: support primary. a H. Chubb.
ing together and in where '
one case
,I should give his time! and service, to the people he repre- I saw a' husband and a wife walking, Ed fee paid Register., DEL R., E.' TILLER..

1 sents, and, I believe principles of active, militant, progres- thus side by side I discovered on in. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION..

f ,slXe democracy* If you! will send! .me to Wasbmgj; }.it, wjl.be ,my vestigation that the man was blind I Department of the Interior 11'lorlda'' DENTAL, SURGEON. ,
U, S. Land Office at Gainesville
} ,."' greatest: ambition,to serve you.faithfully and honestly. -Clarence Poe, in "Where Half th March, 18, 1912. Chipley, FloridaOffice
j_ World Is Notice Is hereby given that Tolbert 'K.Pettls over First Nat'l Bank.
Waking Up.
of Sexton, ills) who on December
>. Enjmett Nilson.
t __ <; ., ,V# .,, : : 23, 1908. made Homestead Entry Serial, ,
r KJrt mlta_ for NRV.. Moft.lnn ft nVkurnahln,
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"" 1 north:Range 13 west, Tullatiaseoe; Merl*
I off quietly, but:ejuch interest was NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. d Ian. has filed notice of Intention to makeFloa'l R. F. SCARLETT;
>Ii WflUSftO. I II Department of the Interior. Commutation Proof, to establish ,
;: : manifested. The work of the inspectors U. S. Land Office at Gainesville. Florida. claim to the land above described, before
...." April fi, 1912. the County Judge, at Vernon, Fla! on Notary Public. '
: was long and tedious, : Oscar Uar- the 9th day of May,1913.\ :. \ -
I ii:3.iM;" ,Myers'.'and wife were abiding them until 6 o'clock' on perk of EconloaFla.who. on.JanuarY 29 Claimant names as witnesses: John: Real Estate'Handled.' v
191O made Homestead Entry, berlal. No, Taylor, John Pettls. Lee Godwin and
,, ,t.fitallers' here Tbursday. Wednesday morning. 05376 for NX ofSWtf. (Section 12 Township Llnton Hendrix all of Sexton Fla.. Collections a specialty
': 1, South, Range 13, West, Tallabasllee Henry M. Chubb ,
The recent heavy rains have Jordan Taylor of Macom. was Meridian. has filed notice of Intentionto Ed. fee pd. Register1, Bank'
In .
First .
make Final Commutation Proof to establish Office National! .,
ieen yery damaging to the farm- here'Tuesday; he. ,told us that claim to the land above described'before NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION -

'.:. j j Wells1 *,t. J during the recent. heavy. rais.hebad'to Vernon the Florida! Clerk of on the the, Circuit 15th day Court of May.at U, S. Land office Department at Oalne of vllle.the Interior lorlda.' A.. "WO WEEKS: : ,

11-8 Il< ; of Chipley waser Cut his dam in order to 1912, April 6, 1912. ''I
Clalment names as witnesses F J.
and Counsellor
Notice Is hereby given that Nancy Attorney at
/ .in :.aft : ,business! interests; save bis'mill,' but,he is now ableto MeNelll' J. W. Brown ot William Wells Boutwell, of Bennett, Fla! ,, who, on Nov.
'- ,. and ,W. 3. Purcell, all EconUna Fla. 16, 1910, made' Homestead Entry, Serial Bonlfay, Fla.
make meal
: f, day .good again. Henry H. Chubb. No. 07667 for 8E#, Section :&. Township
: ; Ed fee paid. Register, 1 Mouth, laau 14 West' Tallahassee Om e' in Lindsey Building! '
':ir Gene'McMillaQ't! ff,'Sontbport, Rev.T'. W. Weaver has been i Meridian, bas fled notice of Intention :''J'0- .

Was B baking'hands with. friends absent from,home the<<;- past week NOTICE"* FOR" PUBLICATION. make Final claim Commutation to the land above Proof described. to establish -, JEV'Prompt, personal serviceto
< 'here \ and assisted'by Rev. 'W W. Mc- I ,. Departmentol the Interior before the County Judge/ ,_ at Vernon '
: Florida.! clients.
Tuesday- -i : U. 9: Land Office at Ualnesvllle, Florida on the IS day of May 1912. .
i ; i Cord of Atlanta has been, helping Ann) A. 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: Zion A. ';'
iMrs, Ella", Jones.. and littlevaon'Coimanwas Notice Is hereby Florida Frank! Me Bush, Richard Bush, F. C. Mayo, ,John
Rev; WnJ.:S. Gnce of South-- Nell[. of Econfina, ;who, on February -< 11; Porter all of Bennett !' "
: visiting! and 23. 19OU, made Homestead Entry Henry Bauhubb. A. G. McQuagge
port in a series of meetings. We .
b Serial 01771 for HW Ed. fee pd. Register ,
,j.'hOPiiJg. re'.I'hursda.r' Range West. .
informed that that they will 1. Township 1lkuth.! 13 Tal-t "
labassee Meridian has filed
notice of. Intention
!" 1 We are glad to note that W. L. commence a ten days meeting to make Commutation Proof, td NOTICE FOR PUALICATION. Notary Public.
establish claim to the land above described Department of the Interior, .
:;, t'I'ilter! who w..ct i.te sick the. here on.the;llth just before th'Clerk of the Circuit Court at U, S. Land Office at Gainesville Florida. State at Large.
,past weeks k.able'to be Qp aga n.6pReV' I Vernon,'Florida, on the 15th day of May, April 13: 1912. / r ,, .
t: .-' : The saw' mill business at this 1912. Notice Is hereby given that John A.
Claimant names as witnesses: W W. McQuagge !!Fountain Florida who, on
: M., E., Grant, formerly oft place has improved wonderfullyin ; Gainer'W U."..Purcell William Welll1. .I March 2, 1\JOO. made Homestead Entry .
bis and Oscar Harper, all of EconUoall'la.! Serial No. 0003 for SEtf of 'NWJ4 and (\' Orion Lodge No. 40 '
'. place but now of Daleville.a. the past month. New machinery Henry S. Chubb NESaofSWlf, beetlon: '10, Township 1 ;.. : ::

.... ., was snaking' bands with ,bis has been put in, a large two- Register.. north, baa Range tiled 12 notice west,of Tallahassee Intention to Meridian make F.' .'A."M. ", .">

.. ;d friends. here, Tuesday. story hotel'baa been built, a new NOTICM! FOR PUBLICATION Final Commutation Proof to establish Regular Communication Second
-'''' '''' claim to the land above described before
; '
Saturday and Fourth:lday-blght: In
: ?; 'and locomotive been placed on the Department of the Interior, the Clerk of the Circuit Court at Vernon, .
Everitt Wilcox each month. "
I ;,: : ; family for- U. S. Land Office .
at Galne
vllle.I'lorlda! Florida! on the 23rd day of May 1912. "
'..,."Z',,;..S r,;'' ", JDerITO f |b"r place 'but of road line bas been ,surveyed toextend April. 1912. Claimant names as witnesses: S. C. Visiting Brethern cordially Invited.
t(. :' < ;. t now ,the tram f oad Iargeship- Notice Is hereby !Riven thai Zlon A. Mercer. Aungua McQuaaso, C. C.'(Smith, ,Vf. L. TAYT.OK; W. M.
: '.jCuba j came,u* last...week and will ,) Bunh' of Bennett Fla.,'"who on August24,191p William Nelson all, of Fountain Florida. W, W, JOWESJ.Sec. I'
menta of lumber is being made made Homestead Entry, berlalj Uenry; .ti. Chubb,
'. ",.: rapeti4 .some time'with his parents. No.07338, for.NE,,", Bee 11. Township 1 Ed.fee pd. Register.: ,
; tt'' ,.; and everything pertaining to the South Range 14 West Tallahassee Meridian ,
I. O. O. E.
? Nar.I
:potato: ,Johns baa' the :finest Irish business! seems to be bumming Commutation Proof to establish Tackle the fish with fishing .Uotalfurthernotice
7/ and sugar cane crop 'wehaveseen'tbls at a lively rate. .. ,; the claim County to the Judge land ,above at Vernon described,I'la.oo before the tackle bought' of Dunn Coleman Chipley Lodge No.56,

!..tr.be. is'now r. 13th day of May 1913. CO. I. O. O. F.,' will meet at 7:00 p. m.
digging his and Claimant name as witnesses: F.; C. '
potatoes, will set Richard Bush, John ; each Monday evening.
Mayo II. Porter, of
the same'Und'in c: sweet''potatoes. /The- School, Board' transacted Bennett, Fla., and Arch Oalner of South When you start to Florida ;. By order of the Lodge.W. .
'- 1,>i;""U't'; ; : ', ._ regular routine business Mon- port. Via., Henry,_ B.Cdubh, buy your ticket and have your A. McQuAOOE, N. G.

The11. primary*electfon: ..' passed .day... ': ., "',If 1"i ',:,' < I Ed.,f..pd. Beglster. baggage checked to Cbipley. S. JUDSON. Secy.
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IT ] Topics. L : ; 1:,,;
; The County Democratic Executive .,;', :
Committee met at Vetn- MOST "
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Schedule of on Friday to canvass the returns Sunday is Mother's'day. "<" 1"":"

B.C. & St. A. Railroad. of the primary election of April The freight and passenger ,(, ANY "

Effec/he,. March II. .*il. 30th. traffic over the B. C. raiiroad is

Train No.1' 8Uolng Below we give the total vote of increasing each week.Commencement : ."
South.StaIon BANK
Going North. the, various county candidates.For -
Lv. 11:00 jm. Chipley 5:00 p.m, Ar.
11:33 .m. W.ue.n. 4:87 p.m. State Senator: excercies of .
19:09 p.m. Ureenhetd 4:00 p.m. he Chipley High School will take ,' ,
A. McLellan
.. 18:00 p.m. RIverMdaVlckttbarg 8:54 p.m. J. 586; .
nf8 p.m. 3:13 p.m. Thomas place next week, commencing '
Spencer 333
Ar. 1:00 p.m. Southport '8:00 p.m.l.v. ; after a fashionw w h ni
I a For RepresentativeL. Wednesday evening. Can handl&your business

J I' Friday H. Howell 881: The members of Camp Mc- r
L. A. Bedell of Alco, spent and money easy WJgs-
in Cbipley. L. H. Buchanan., Sr. 459: Millian, U. C. V. are requestedto times are .good

,f For County Judge: meet in Chipley on Saturdaythe tight you feel tli
the hard and money
A. G.
McQuagge was on are
O. Crocker, -; 18th inst. It is hoped a full
sick first of this week.
list For Sheriff: attendance will be present.St. need of a business cohnectton with aN

Attorney J. M. Sapp; transacted M. W. Brett 318; .-. '
Andrew will have a bond
business at Vernon Monday. John T. Britt, '228} and Reliable Bank
election on the 25th inst, to determine :- Biff Strong
P. N. Hutchison West Bay Henry Farrior, 612;
whether are not the town .,
,1 day two here last D. A. McMillan, 244;. make credit
spent a or shall be authorized to issue bonds Do banking business and you
J. W. Williams 127; your ',, ?
for $30,000 to construct civic im- i e,. fSiiSswra*
For Clerk Circuit Court: in- : '
Bank '
W. L. Sessoms was over from provements.D. - *
Walter Cook.. 642;. : '= if'1if ; \-' '. /*
\ Bonifay and spent the day here ;i-, :::
W. B. Gainer. 83V t' C. Dawson, and old Confed- ''"" Washington County.
Monday. For Tax Assessor: ',* erate Veteran, who has been in r,: '

A M\ Jeff Anderson of near Bonifay D. D. Davis, -924; the Blackshear Infirmary at ::1

1 was circulating among friends For Tax Collector* Dothan, Ala., for several weeks, NatIonal'JTilk
here Monday. H. B. Tiller, 1017; died there Sunday, and his remains The First

For County Superintendent of were brought here- Mod. '-
M. A. Warren,was over from Schools: i day afternoon for burrial. The of *&' r

f' DeFuniak for, a few hours Friday L. L. Charles, 358; funeral took place Tuesday af Chipley. :
ternoon. One by one,the old he- ., ,
afternoon. B. F. Gainer, 466; ', .: ; II.
\ W. T. Horne 574; roes,cross over the river. : .. "

,, i-J. W. Davis of Quitman, .Ga., For County Surveyor:' ,Summer is almost on us. The .........11.'.......................:, ..._.,..'., -
of the prospecting 'n '
,.. one Thomas Collins, 855;,,, question of health is the most important -
here Friday.W. For County Treasurer:, : : _,ft''- -
of all questions. Sick- _
O. Daniel was down from C. L. Jones 360; ness is not only expensive to the predated. See that $1.50:Brogan' Shoe at _
running own mer- WlL-IAMS HELTON:
Joseph H. Porter 491; am on my
and the weekend
Campbellton spent individual
but the )
to community.How *
investigate 'V
its and ask all to my
F. M. Russ, 516; ,
with his'family.Bloxam .. For ,much., of illness could be qualifications for the office. 1 Cbinamel, the furniture. ; Stain;
ot Registration
Supervisor, :
Florida is the health have the favorable Kyamze at Dunn Cole man Co.
Campbell has been installed J. D. Nixon, 794; prevented. hope may
i iest or most healthful ot all the consideration of vote on
every Helton
as agent for the B..C. & For County Solicitor: Williams & have a lovely
states. How of fever
many cases the 28th day of May.
St. A. rairoad at Soutbport. A. D. Carmichael, ',$90; would be avoided, if the plans of Most respectfully, line of Laces andlSmbroidery,

'\ 'Miss Bertha Jones, of Miller's L. M. Skipper, A. F. Rooks andB. Doctor Porter, state health 'of- JOSEPH H. PORTER. and the prices is low,down, too.
F. Carter were elected mem- ficer, could be'carried out.. 'Why. .. '; '''BEXv; ,
\ the guest of Miss WANTED-To get/l:'acquainted
Ferry, was bers of the School Board.Bruclt not all begin to reduce the number -
.Maggie Allen Friday night. and Williams in the First of flies-to the lowest possible All sizes of Glass at Dun Cole- with middle aged l lady"" for companionship

\ Martin G. Post, one of St. 'Andre and Bush and Tharp in tHe Second minimum? Clean' up. Screen all man, Co. ; must have':, good disposition

ws popular citizens was one district will run it out in the places where food is exposed Get your feed stuff from WIL- and not, deceitful' .... ;all correspondence -
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second primary for County Com III LIAMS & HELTON. strictly confidential
.. of the visitors here Tuesday. missioner. :
Porter Thanks Voters. See Dunn Cole men Co. for Address'.,:A. M., this
A. D. Campbell and W. O. Butler G. F. Gainer in the"Third, G. office. ', *
Tackle. -
I W. Uunderwood in the Fourth Editor Banner: fishing ? r y,
Jr. spent Mouday at their ,
L and S.J. Gainer in the Fifth, were Please allow me space in your
plantations near Campbleton. .
elected County Commissioners. valuable paper to express to the I am handling Ice in Chipley again this.season ;
\ Benj. Pipkin, one of the .
pros- ---- voters of Washington County
my I will appreciate your patronageand promiseyou i

serous farmers west of Holmes W. T. Home Extends Thanks. heartfelt thanks for the magnifi- I C E the same courteous treatment, and prompt I
Creek was in town Saturday.
cent vote given me in the first
To the voters of Washington attention I have always given gout heretafore.<
Clifford Stricklan, and Henry County.I primary for County Treasurer. A. E. Nowiiri. ]

Lewis, of Bonifay, spent a few There being three candidatesin -
wish to thank you for your .=; fz :
-' ,: .... hours in Cbipley, Sunday after- the race, I did not expect _
loyal support the Primary
noon. either of us to win in the first!
Election of the 30th nit. Your BEEF
primary, but I satisfied with
.{ S. M. Robertsoh and A. J. Ma- expressions of confidence placesme For
the.vote I received, and feel hope- PORK '( "j
;" tbias left Sunday for Mac9n. Ga.,, under renewed obligations to OR. :
ful that I will become the choiceof S&PS GE,
to attend the Confederate re-
you.To the people in the.second race.I .
.union.M. '
those who'did not vote for '
Phone 125 :
hope that those who gave me "
W. Brett was in town Tues- me, I entertain nothing but kind ..their support in the first primary ,!," 5" -

day looking after his ,interest as feeling, and hope that circum- can consistently continue to sup- and the goods will be there before the'cook CliO.

candidate for sheriff in the second stances may be such as to drawus port me, and I respectfully ask kindle a fire in the stove. Try us. I rKINNER
closer together in the future. ,those whose candidate was defeated -
primary. I still solicity your votes and! I in the first primary to : & SI-I.A.RR.ON..
1; "* Mrs. Josie Daniel left last week good will, and ask you not to be :give me their support, which I : '

for points in Texas for a visit deceived by any misleading re- i assure them will be highly ap- Market Next to Banner OfficeSwe :-
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ports gotten out bv political -
with relatives whom she has not
enemies, but give me a cbance to .. .,',. ,.
; \ seen in many years.C. explain myself and I will make -':

J. Setterlind, manager of everything plain..
,' the Oaks Hotel at St. Andrew J.remain yours to serve. -'"
spent several days here last .
week. Charlie aY8.l he,is always h.
glad of an opportunity, to come Card of Thanks. want to show _'

to Chipley. Editor Banner- XOU _, I

Louis H. Kiudly permit me to thank the ----------
\. Howell of Panama, -------------------_ _
City'',,the winning candidate for voters of' Washington County; for ,

Representative, was in.'town a the 'loyal support given me in the The Greatest Line of Screen Doors and Windows

day or two last week crossing first primary. I desire to thank

palms with and receiving the all who have spoken favorably of Ever Rhown Here. Fine Front Doors SashlvnaSash ) : _

\ 'congratulations friends. of bis numerous' my candidacy. ,I know many" ,

.. voted for others because they Weights. Kitchen Sinks Galvanize f '

) I have for'' sale two 'good milk thought I had no chance to win; Pip< and.'' *

cows with, heifer calves.-J. A. While voting for others, they Pipe Fitting. '
K :-: :-: :.: ....' "' .
SIMS, Bonifay, Fla. have testified to the voters that : : 1 .

a I have lived a clean life, am coolheaded ,t') ".. ,
(r' Public Take "anI t. Bober and well qualified FISHING TACKLE THATS FIT FOR FISHINGThe

We wish to call the public's at- to fill the office as sheriff ot

; ( tention to the fact that certain Washington County. They have Best Line of Fishing

f.. persons are distributing and selling given me credit for being .bravein Tackle Shown in JI _
Mr. Russell's the sense of unflinchinglystanding in Years. '.",
dangerous Chipley Many :: r
for fairness and ;a ::
literature, called, "Bible Helps," square deal to all.

r which teach no-hell-ism, Millen- With this recommendation

: nial-Dawn-ism, etc.. Abolishing coming from my' oponents,-'and
'' : Hell and annihilating the soul of now that it is settled. that I havea We Are Looking For

., the sinner? 'chance'to win, you can feel sat 0,1.1.,
" isfied that a vote for me will not ,,.;; ;;
You can't afford to
your be thrown away. "t ''I'
children read such poisonous and Elect me and I will make you Dunn-Coleman ?
pernicious literature. the best officer I can, and will see COI11Iif"n'y') !plf '

Sincerly, to it that Washington County has ; Ala.
as good a sheriff as any County ,.
T. W. Weaver, Pastor. .j "
in the State. A. G.
', ,t.' Wausau and Vernon Circuit. Yours, sincerlv, McQUAGGE. General Mahaoer.WII..I: .

tp'.. y'.- ; ,W. Walstein McCord,Evangelist. M. W. BRETT ;,- ..:... ,:-. !/'";


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