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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 16, 1912
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Chipley
Coordinates: 30.779167 x -85.539167 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
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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People in Town Are Amongour d'41 MUSLIN UNDERWEAR ever shown in -

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Boat Schedule at Soutb>>ort. Corn The Remedy.It I Miss Grace Nelson of Orange mingling with the voters here

The B. C. & St. A. Railroad is announced that six mil, Wf\USf\U. j I Hill has been visiting: relativesand Thursday.. Frank will win for
have made arrangements with lion acres of wheat have been kill attending: cnurch\ here the county treasurer'here on the 28
Tiller & Blackwell to run their ed in the wheat growing regionof W. L. Tiller'and wife were ex- past week by a large majority.A .

boat in cdnnection with the B. C. the United States. That curionest to Southport Sunday. Sorry to note that the aged petition to change the mail 1
train, and you can buy through means nearly 100,000,000 bushels Mr. and Mrs. G. Myers were Sampson Carter is very sick at'' route from Vernon to Chipleyand
tickets from Chipley to any pointon less of food supply' and we are pleasans callers here in the after- this time, and hooe that be may place it on the B. C. railroadwas
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bay. raising none to much now. noon Saturday. soon be improved. circulated here the past
Going north this boat will observe -
? Breadstuffs are getting out of I "Uncle" E. Tiller I'I'I week and seem to have met the
the toUowing:sched ule. B. attended Rev. W. D. Owen. preached the
reach for more than moderate I approval of all that it.
Leavo Millvllle 9:30 a.m. I protracted meeting at Vernon introductory sermon here Sunday seen
Leave, Panama City 10:1.1 a.m. consumption and such a decrease the: past week. of the revival meeting: that Rev. T. W. Weaver and Evangelist -
Leave St. Andrew 11:00 a.m.
still We
Leave Lynn Haven 12:10 p.m. means higher prices. The land is beginning to dry may continue ten days .or two McCord was here a short.
here in the South, have
our remedy -
Arrive Southport 12:30 o.m. i
off now and the farmers are weeks. while Saturday, returning to
Going South, the boat will be and luckily we have plenty of
Vernon the afternoon
in to
in full time. "Uncle con-
in waiting on arrival of train,and time in which to apply it. That putting Ben" was at Vernon
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their meeting: and toattend.
tbere'will' be no delay. great decrease in wheat supply Homer Simmons his. wife and Saturday looking: after the dutiesof to the ordinance ot baptism. r
':/:,-"" R. F. SCARLETT, ought to be made up by a greater children were visiting and shop- his office. lie informs us that -
')%.;.. General Manager. increase 1n corn supplv. The ping here Saturday.' he will.visit Lynn Haven officially Mr. A. A. Myers of Chipley
< this week. I passed through town in the afternoon -
man who raises corn for sale this Miss Dovie Jones, west of town ,
Saturday the B. C.
f. T 6. Yates will find market anda over
!year an easy Oliver'Tbomelson, Miss Jane
mingling with friends and
>S- ': good price for it. Consumersof was railrrad enroute home from the
:M lye Specialist Tiller, Curtis L. Jones, Leavia
relatives here
Saturday. fishing club Cedar
wheat bread by the thousands on Creek.'
Will i fn at Dr. Wilson's Tiller, and number of others
be Chipley will have to use more of cornbread a Suppose he will return Monday..
office the,First Tuesday in July than ever before. Who can Thos. L. Jones was minglingwith from here attended church at ..
1912. Consultation and examination say that it is not a good and friends and shopping in the Vernon Sunday. All sizes of Glass atDun Cole- '

I I free., healthy substitute.. afternoon here Saturday. Frank M. Russ of Vernon. was man, Co..

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What is the moral effect of }
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Knights of Labor and the num- ,

: i WAl/TBR-- W. .JONBB Bdltor.. erous secret societies upon the 'j

i y Ent rd at the ixwtoffice.at Chlplejr Fla.. aiL home? Solomon, the wise man, MOSQOITOES

_d dais mail m&tt.r.SUBSCRIPTION. said: "Discover not a secret to

another," and he had good rea-
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present, there were people too .
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knrtUInc rates furnlBhed on application.bunlcatlons disposed they .;. '

on live topics, espeL knew. One half the trouble in Will give Maaaria'ry;; : .': > r t ; ',
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local Interest, are solicited. U every community, comes from t ,.v, *".. ,-" > :
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the fact that people ;
.so many
LNNKB will not be responsible
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MALARIA will giVe |, ; <\ ( .
EB wants a live representa their mouths shut. We have two yoi ;" : ;
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_ 'espondentatevery postofticeI ears but only one. tongue wbich : .,"I t.. -. '"..;it, ; .t'
and will make liberal ar v '
\It.h the Hurt parties. is suggestive of the fact that we ,,
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should bear more than we tell FEVER will kill you. ;r' !: > : : J" ._

\Y. May. 16, 1913.avataton \"' :"';,t,:. -
By a power of a secret divulged, .d''i" \

| pf G. A. R. families, churches,, neighborhoods MORAL: Protect yourself withMosquito :;',( ;/: : ,
and nations
even fly apart. ,:: .
Dixie attending By the power of a secret kept, 1 ., ;< -
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te-union at Ma- great charities reformatory Nets .

movementsand Christian enter- .
heartily ac- .
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Te4Republictoifufig often.discussed question whether __ We have good ones. .../fIJ. '. 4.:

semi-cent- associations that do not have r \.
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Ration on the their work with closed doors, and I I ; ,' .
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battle admit their members with pass .' .
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acceptingand a secret grip are right or wrong. Campbell & Dekle Company.All 1

Army Our ,answer is that it depends

rded thecommit entirely upon the object for

| which they meet. If it is to pass

; f k sixteen I the hours in revelry and obscene

ittee oft talk, or to plot trouble to the those hard things that Taft I ANNOUNCFMENTS. \ For Superintendent Public lualrueUon

state then with emphasisthat To the citIzens of Washington county,
Ie erate Veterans: we say;
and laying about
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Teddy are and especially registered voters: After
Unanimously advised the reunion it is wrong, But where the each other are true because they For Sheriff"! having carefully considered PublicInstruc-the. duties ofCounty ". ,l ". '-,.
object is the of the I hereby announce my candidacy for Superintendent -
decline the invita- improvement '.
convention to tion. and being- solicited of "n
are qualified by experience to the Democratic nomination of Sheriff! of ; by some my "
tion of the Grand Army of the mind, the enlargement of the Washlnffton connty. If nominated and strongest: friends, I hereby announce my .
know and what is more, the re- elected I promise to faithfully discharge self a candidate for the above office, lub,7
Republic for the veterans of the heart, the defence of the govern publican party is worse than all tbe duties of: the office, especially so ject to the action of the. Democratic primaries '
and If elected promise faithful .1.,
and service of
In the execution
South to'participate in the semi ment, then we say with 'just as either. Democracygl'bri0USDemocracy i processes prompt and writs, both criminal and service and to conduct the business of 4.
much emphasis that civil. Issuing from the various conrts of the office In such a way as to reflect credIt --
centennial celebration of battle ot theyare a
the reincarnation of the. county.I on myself and my constituents. I will
Gettysburg in July, 1913. The blessing, There is no need that the Thomas Jefferson-the respectfully solicit the support of tbe appreciate your votes, and your trust Imposed -
great voters In the Democratic Primaries witha In me. Thanking you In advance
; committee held .that the acceptance those who plan for wright or greatest statesman .,in all ages conscientious derlre to discharge: If 1 desire to remain, your servant.0RNE.

\ would be in violation of ,the wrong should published to the will clothe our Government with elected alty to your every Interest.duty of the office with.loy .

constitution of the U. C. V and world their intentions. Secrecyof Yours
justice and incorruptability after UENRY very B'ARRIOR. To the voters of Washington County:
plot and execution : I herein announce myself a candidatefor
it would be impossible for the are wrong,
I March 4th .
nextyear.According re-election to the office of CountySuperintendent
Southerners to celebrate a battle only when the object and ends To the people of Washington county: 'of Public Instruction;
I am a candidate for sheriff and earnestly subject to the action of the. Democratic
that contributed most to their are nefarious.- Every family is a to one observant request your consideration In the 1 primaries. I have the work well In hand e
secret society, business : Democratic primaries. My past life Is and If elected, I promise In future as 1
defeat. every newspaper, in Storm Lake, Ia., mv-best recomendatlon, and I assure you have lathe past to be faithful the discharge -
The only opposition to acceptance firm and every banking institu- of a clean able and fair administration! of every duty connected with said"
there is a firm of poulterers of the duties of the. office,without fear or office. Respectfully,
of the invitation was made tion. Then men who have no named Ketchum and Pluckham. favor, should you choose me as your B. k. GAINER.
chelt executive officers of the county. I
L: by General Bryan, of Georgia, capacity to keep a secret are unfit In Rochester, Lay and Payne are shall make the race on my own merits.I .-
for positions of trust any know nothing of political wlro pulling PUBLICATION.
who sought to block the resolu- NOTICE FOB
while at the and I ask careful
where. Secret societies have druggists same earnestly your con-
sideration before making mindas Department of tbe Interior,
tion by parliamentary tactics. up your
done incalculable good. Some of place Edward M. Coffin'is an un- to whom you-wlll support. U. 8..Land Office at. Ualnesvlllo, Florida.
it However, the resolution was the secret societies have pourd a Respectlullr yours, May 4 1912
undertaker. M W. BR I'l'T. Notice Is hereby given that. John L. A
t carried by the assembly with butr very heaven of sunshine and Godwin of Sexton:' Florida, who on July
one dissenting vote. benedicition into the home of For County Treasurer 27. 1910. made Homestead"Entry, Serial
; AFTER GRIP No. 07131, for Ey of ttWJl and EX of
-- suffering. 1 hereby announce my candidacy for HW& Section 2.Township 1 north,Range
.. -- tbe office ot Treasurer of Washington 13 west,.Tallahaesee Meridian has /tiled
The call for help for the thousands Look Out for Trouble' county, subjecting myself to the action notice of Intention tonacju) Klnal} Com.
of homeless in the flood dis- It has been said sarcastically The after-effects of the Grip are apt and result of the Democratic Primariesto mutatloo proof,'to estabtlsbxlujmto: tbe
i. be held April 30th and May 28th. If land above described before' egoJudge.
\ trict of the Mississippi valley is bat Everglade building loots are to be serious, but a normal healthy elected. 1 promise the people ofWashing- at Vernon, Florldait. the 13t
selling at $1.00 a gallon, but isn't condition may be restored In a sur- ton county an honest administration of day of June, 1912. -.* E
:'. being sent out and all} should respond prisingly short time by Vlnol. the, affairs of the office. laimantnames witnesses: Wills A,
;t' to the appeal as liberally that pretty reasonable for Florida Watertown Wis.-"After a severe Thanking you In advance for yourvoteand Taylor, John Pett.ls.J. W;: Pippin J. IV.
Influence I all of Seilon Florida/
among your neighbors am Taylor
as possible. water? attack of the Grip my system was In Yours truly, Henry S Chubb.
: a very weakened, nervous and rundown JOSEPH II. PORTER.For Ed fee paid JMfew. Register
1' = condition. I began taking Vinci I

I'i : Hmmett Wilson with the very best results, and In a County ComraUcloner DUU No. 2. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.Department'of .

short time I began to feel like an en There declare myself a candldate'for i : the Interior,
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)?; tirely different person and I am better County Commissioner for the Second U. S. Land Office at ialnesvllle, Florida/
end stronger than I have been fo: I Commissioners District. Subjecting my April\ 13, 11112.
1 self to the result of the primary elections, Notice Is hereby!given.that John A.
years. Adelaide Oamm. (We guarnn and I solicit the vote and support of the A.MCQuaggeofFountalniFioridawhooa :
tee this testimonial to be genuine.) ; votcri of our district. II youelect; me .1 2, 1009. ma.de Homestead Entry
I We have never sold In our stork I, will give you the best service It Is possible Serial No. 01IO3. for.- E.! for me to. render. of 8W U. Section r 10, Townsbln 1
,such valuable strength creator an,i
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J. .W.TTHARP. north Range 12 wef.,Tuliabasses Meridian .
health restorer for the convalescentthe I has tiled noU'eopf Intention tomakeFinal
weak and run-down, as Vlnol, nut: 1 herewith. announce my candidacy as CommutatlonlJ'roof, tn eatabllib
we ask people In this vicinity to' tr County Commissioner from District. No. 2, claim to the land above described before!
subject to the action of the Democratic the Clerk of t.heCircuit Court: at Veniao:
understanding
a bottle of Vlnol, with the Primaries. If elected I shall endeavor to Florida! *oa the 23rd day of May.19J2. '
that their money will be v do roy whole In the premises safe- t'lalmant'namesras" witnesses: S. C'
turned If It docs not do all we'clad gaurdlng alt best may the Interests of MercerrAungus MfQuagge, C.C.l Smith.
for It. the people of the entire county 1will' William Nulapu. Fountain Florida.

eS i r4M 4 s. E. McGeachv. Fla. appreciate your vote and support. WfK'WSiFf., .......'<.' .A'WH*.'>">; Henry s. Chubb' <
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: JI\ : PublishcdJn I ; \ Florida Christian Advocate, the ; i -
t ', you making it? Can you make it? ,
: M. E. Church South In Florida
.. \ people are doing it and we know .you can,
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\ ;. ;... I so&'gclgtlono .That' Jaitkf, q1 1T jcprraisttrU Methodist, if otber : -a: little more care in cultivation,"and-

I ,/ |erf'claim upon your suffrages than one who is of some 800 pounds per acre of
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:. fcniifch membership at all: Why should the rule of the ;
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l' + ;,thtiseibffices? Fertilizer .
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; : wa .. by. the Inter-Cultural Method. .
I t tl' recommendation to us that a man cherishs the same faith ( ; ,; i

:Jwe;,know that such a faith, sincerly held, breeds good tnenj easy and certainly very profitable.
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right that will make it.
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,;S.<: true on all moral questions He will be sober, clean and : you

|,He'will,have the fear of* Gpd; ef9 his eyes. Why ahoudj! ; : be ,sure your dealer gives you Armour.. '

\ 'or'passion, refuse your support to a brother likeuthis., if' : .

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, .it! ;$ :',(THEIR great' church to encompass the defeat of $ ,

.f '" :':> Uf,. Holloway: +s"eot'a-;Methodiste ? I
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j !to'any" denominations iDUt>th< y-hAra tudiously avoided,: \ ) R: MACHINERY: co.
J .j'istrued as an effort to make any'church a party to tbe\ o EUay .
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Public JACKSON VI L.L. F, L.ORIDA.
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t :f7:4: ;;The,following' criticism of the Lakeland Evening; ; l Largest stock of Machinery 4

'":' ;::;:home. town of W. Nbeats.ttad reproduced in the Demand; in Florida for saw mills. and

7"' 1 ,)? 4'"""approvatoftbis.appealttollt'leaominational' planing mills.EARQUHAR. -
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been for 57
!' M ,;; r,[.. ,;namiDatIoaal lines, lasiselecjing'\; .\theirxcandidateq! i. e..ifa- years;
5- S,:! r: V ; "','!rchurch: other things .being equal,. vote for hinii. We do.npt ; more built today than any oth-
f er.' Let us tell why,
,. :: : : reverend gentleman is! wholesome. POLITICS and : you

: 4:.,-' -to MIX together. A.mana! y moral character: certainly ', Send for catalog. : and price.,

log a public,servant*.bat the .:, : M.L. DEKLE F. M. GOLSON.::
:/a matter concerning which none has'a right to dictate or.. ,, ,
Vtee, Pre ldeut Cashier.
i':: sole!tvwitb.hi awa.conapjence.,, <

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i RY Hollo way's C$ Capital $50,000.00

J ; : Acce'jsl! of Saski: Corporations, firms ana Individuals. .
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W. facilities of any,, bank in West F.orlda. We a1 !o1have a
WALNUT LOG D "I.D.Da.P' TMKJUOaVrtWA&.if'QUNOI.Concord, Saving's Department In which we pay irtereston depgi lt.. Ac-
arOattalhlr'I'laa handled. as easily' a* by personal interview..
:Awalnnt:) login a fine \states ,of ; atolIa. Send us tour business. .
preservation, wai.found 360 feet..un 'corns .n ,pale*faced, wild-eyed man, F. M. GOLSON, Cashier.

der.th!surface ,of' the ground .on .' with, a chair. Mounting': ,the chair, J
he folds,.,his, arma bit chest I
in McPherson
farm county.. C. W;; : Across : !: N8.AD31, J 11:
Bachelor, a farmer, waft drilling <. a> d .breais.-out.into,a I well when the log was encountered. grin. As be -stands motionless op !: Aiitoiim.'"Wo fludh'r: be ,
The tree, more than a foot in diameter .' tha chair-alwaysgrinnin -a crowd Hinge! New Life I'llls Barber ./
is supposed have grown oq naturally*... abW; and at last .si end enerury Into. per ,
1 I, believe> tbej\ ,are the butt :'
the banks of the big sea or lake; that poli baa appears 1, } for stomacbe, 1I\er. or Shop.
I once covered central :Kansas., "Whtt' e'yott:,doingrtlierer da- ; \ cis at McgencbY
I ,The only part of thia lake remaining man is thei:latter; ,

is the basin west of McPherson.The "Hush 1 I am Mona Liisa replies L,. INSTINCT. No Waiting. .;
tree bad not become foeailiaed she nan .with the grin. : -
but. was just as natural wood ai "Then last we have found you/* you. took this train bf- 3 Barbers 3

though it had fallen yesterday. It says the quick-witted policeman. ; ,to, save time?" ,

must have taken.thousands of yeara, "Come with me quickly., You: must, ? time is .ycry.valuably.
local 'scientieta M-J'". for the B50 ft I return immediately to the Louvre" | --.- -a, ,lot-- of-- -money----., to,- Everything--Up-to-Now.

I, of toil. sand and shale to accumulate '"Yes, jw," assents the lightheaded I Shave .. .. . ... 15c.
I. above' the log.-McPherson ,Correspondence :l one,, descending from the chair. it that you are hop-J Haircutting, 4 .. 25c... .
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Topeka Capital. I Liss e me home to the Louvre."-:- ; ", }late gettlLg.into New \ 1S'hamloo.ri., ; "* 25c.25c. '
'fialr'Singeyl.i;
RAIToA-. Letter.. ; 4. XSc. '
AN "0. HENRY" ee, theyTl haveto J'f"
to PUSH1NQ AGENT. for every, hour that" We S licit YouTpatronage.Very .

e W! t". '4,of anotbS : : itjme. I '11 be an easy ,RM ptctfully. .
Peddler Please mum, I'mjseUin'a
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of his most
one the. fare
excess .we W. D. Peters, Propr.
t gT A college,student polish to clean silver. ,coming this train;" I
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r a time as author off Housekeeper (sharply) --

h 'Work wrote to him ex- want none.Peddler.Yerysorry. i ,,pOUBT.
JIlum..botJell I tif' :
the New ( -
;i (morse,, says \ \
the neighbors was right. The ,
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tie impostor said that happen. 'when women<<; : .
K L as,a joke and.finallj said there was.no use.callin' ken !(4
have
'cause yon'didn't no silver.
himself. The be
tricate
numerous compli ..
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t Allows? "Of course. I Housekeeper (wildly) -Gimnw : ;>> other things, I gup- ,l, ..,.....
.a a prank. Com six boxes._-Ne'W'York Weekly. tajneea of police will # _, '-"

i York' some time and every morning and. Costa IlIt *-* mi.bltnonaT'PlropJ. GaL:1t,
It ESOAl'KHAS l AWrUL"ATE. llaliuut monln ICS .U. IH THE TAYLOR HA K-TT
own, together. wai lwoment: mill attataru4..Le..abta.ddvs. ut-out otta-h-
lou .to. standIng .fDr eoaw A UMMMaad tongue ,.ooUld et -expre* menu sad djatuibl Idl... Imprond !mii,'.|.
.. the cra1itude.c'L.Xn.:..,, .t:. .tV-x.;;.of.Jplfef, Made b..klol In all d..nc.e.(...I.l. PDrs.b..ri"tO'IOD8\7.quick arena and a tiuv itA"-1'')".
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ill, for her wonderful deliverance Irom an w... : b..t..Ie' .; m.ebla..oear. -
i waspq n.t..t&.oat do fw.I watt KrIU>?

In all thu world that t I- with awful.a.Jte-i 1 rTypbtrfdppquaoetabed wg ( m left". Yorker-Been .south:I Mallory: .;. lay'at' iron= VJorkf. .. ('Micou", Ca;

S |Dee to-YOU than food Ale times I bad .ueh airlnl coa.blnir spills ..
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_ tbe, eaten. to su.talo, Olfe tbon b*l wee Id..*. l"," nld (el no kelp Yorker Yes.. ,
:eIIted and oouvertod Into rein doctor's Areatmeni.pr other naedlolnea street rV-: ,, '
Ine dlgectfon falls the wb9"h.ua1ler1..t..1..blete till I used Dr. )[IDI'. sew PIscoYerjr. But HUGH 'WARRIOR,
r)r ,are I.... all .** and DLNTIt3'I.cowed ,. ,
MtabteVcur for 'indigestion I"soatoelyeoughat DO* Quick: noupular druaglet..of
."ow""r bile, Vurlfr f"10t MT0:4t: ttt* i the>d fwcb, and lone up \ % K: erv bottle ijuar.nt. e3.SOo la our own.ho\wehold ft J It t $rilda9- Por/ra/ ., 8"p .lalty.
In ap "* to'a natural sob 11.000. Trial bottle free *! 8. IGrIIeOe.oby. : ..&.." -For-.al ., by.:- ALL"'WORr' O17ARAtiTEEb. ,

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THE BANNER., INVITED ALL AS HIS GUESTS .
\ Women !

LJuV Princely Acknowledgment oi !
j "...re. Olr w>t rrM. the Applause Given Him JOB
E. Church, Sooih.-Pr.schingevery by Audience. If weak, you need Cardui, 4
8rd Sundry at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. '
f et and the woman's tonic. Cardui .
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It H. Chap elle, Pastor. .
j Sabbath School 10 a. m. W. N. Sheets. Karl Goldmark, the composer of is made from gentle herbs, .

Superintendent.Prayer. Meeting;Thursday ntghta. the "Queen of Sheba," has been contributing acts in a natural manner

nlfhtt.Young Everybody Men's prayer cordially meeting Invited.Tuesday reminiscences of his long' and has no bad results, as I T ItyIG

life to a German musical magazine.In some of the strong drugs ,r

...pt.leOhurchPreachlns every Snd a recent installment he gives an sometimes used. As a medicine ,
and 4th Sunday. Rev. Baxter.pastor.. account of the Magnificent : .
JT. C. Hawk interesting weak
Sabbath School 10 a. m. -a, tonic-for .
q and lavish tastes of some of the
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? Sbrrlnteneent. Wednesday. night tired, worn-out women, .
of the
;. celebrated musicians past. .
Cardul has been a popular _
of he good imp es
"Some our great composers Creates a
I ......e. D'ree..r for over 50 years.
F- OlUce hour.1:30 a.m. t.o 1:00'J' m.; except writes, "were at heart so much the success : l

..Sundays.Castbound. grand seigneur that their whole sion among your cor

mall closes at 10:20 sin. manner of life was ostentatious. and helps '
mall closes at 5:10 p.m.Mail respondents
West-bound Richard
Chief among these were ;:
Vernon arrives at 10 koCARDUIThe
from
and lea.elon arrival. of the east bound Wagner, Liszt and Anton Rubin- i : to give your business ,

mall. stein. Brahma, on the other hand,
Sunday. hours: 11:30 m., to 12:30 p. m., t prestige.
behind him
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Orders Issued ..t..n. hours when who left a large fortune ,

office Money Is open except Sundays.J led as simple a life as Beethoven."Wagner's I Woman's Tonic {
P HCllEUt: P. M '*
dependence on elegant .
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md luxurious surroundings is well Mrs. Lula Walden, of : / : : *:;
oar Clu,.M.c!>!.*.
(known, and this incident throws an Oramlin, S. c., followedthis .
Journal BAHXEB. :per and year$1.76.Semi-weekly Atlanta nteresting light ou Liszt's expensiveand I advice. Read her letter We Do Neat Printin ; '

BANNER and Thrlcaweek New York lavish nature. I : "I was so weak. i

World per year, f 1.65. .'Once-; on a concert tour, TH when I first began to take r At Reasonable Prices.. t

BANNKBand: Seml.weekl'Tlmes.l1n., 91.50. played in a small town. The hall Cardui, that It tired me to Sk

n BAHNCB and Citizen: and Home per year and Farm, per yea was not-a third full, but the audiencewas walk lust a little. Now, I .,
recalled
and
enthusiastic
91.25 very can do all. the general
: him repeatedly at the end of the of :
housework;for a family \ '
concert. The last time that he appeared "
General Directory. 9." Try Cardui for your order :-
on the stage he stepped forward .. Give us your next .
STATE OFFICIALS./ and with the utmost serious- troubles. It may ,be the perfect '

Governor-Alber W. Qllchrlst. new said: : very remedy you need. .' and we will give you -,

Secretary of S'ate-II. Clay Crawford .flay I have the pleasure of inviting satisfaction thus ,'

Attorney. General- Park Trammel audience to "'sfiS*
this, respected sup *
Com Agriculture. ;-B. B. McLln.. per with me tonight f I making you one of.: our :
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Treasurer-Wm V,,Knott. "Nobody accepted>ut Liszt Wall HARD ON HIM '
customers. 'i'! L
Hollo
Instruction- M regular .
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Public hia totUtUon. -.
Supt. entirely in, earnest in giving -- ,)
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way Youth's Companion. < It .
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Comptroller C. Croom.Supreme ., .. i _---.J : ".-,

: Court-Tbos.JJ., Shack leforct,, ) orwrenessofthq- muscle whether; induced }w'
Chief: Justice; Jt. II, Mabrv.Cler/. by violent exercise or injury Cbnm. EmiOR :.; \ ;

.;. Railroad Commlssfon-B.Hudson Burr,, terlsln's Llulment |III oxcellent. This! llnl- ,. ,..;\: \
Chairman; R. C. Dunn, Clerk. meat 'a also highly esteemed for the retie,It THE "J14tr : .''

.' circuit-J. Emmett. affords In.cases of rheumatism.. -Sold: by nil ;\ .
Judge first judicial .
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Pensacola. ,.tattlers.ITALY. .."'1 ....\
Wolfe

State Solicitor.:>> first judicial circuit-, BANNER

L. Wilson. HAD THE FIRST 'BANK CHIPLEY r ;,
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u. s. LAND OFFICE; OFFICIALS.II. City of : .. : Ji: ;. .,
i I Institution of IU Kind -;
: Chubb, Register, Gainesville. Fla. '; .
S. In the World. ;, Fla! ,
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Chipley
Warren, Receiver, Gainesville.WASHINGTON '
Shield '- .. ',,
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[' -- The Palazzo San Giorgio, on the 4-;; :' :.. 7.-

h COUNTY OFFICERS. Piazza Caricamento, Genoa, has Ik "

i it Circuit. Clerk-W. C.. Lockey hison, Vernon.County Vernon.. played an important role in the .- *X : .. -,_.. .., ... q;) .
But
Sheriff-.ludKe--I.. G. Allen A. Chlpley. tory of this Italian city and'of biB-j n I.' j. .' .
B. Tiller, Vernon. world of business. It was built "
Tre..surer-H. mine
.1 F Tax A8i38sor-J.J. Williams, Chlpley. 1280 by order of Guglielmo The Poet-Here's" a poem of High Class Saw Mill Machinery.

;, Tax Collector-W. B. Gainer, ttconbna.!: captain of the Republic of "An Ode to Snow.
negra,
.. Supt.. Public InBt.J'11cLloo-B.. F Gainer, and after serving as his The Publisher:-I fail to see the] We carry at our new warehouse, 408
Genoa, and 410 East Bay St.. a large stock of
YYauxau. drift of it.
of Rellllar.rat.lonI' M. residence, was the headquarters of Portable and Stationary EnginesLo-
Supervisor and bank of comotlT- and Horizontal ;Return Flue
Simmons,Greenhead.County the celebrated company .. ,
MIlle.Planerai Edge
thetime to rid of your rbeminUm. Boilers; ;
Carmichael, of Now Is get
D. Our modern system
r Iollc"orA. St. George. also
You will Und Chamberlain'. Lln. Saws, Belting and.Hill Supplies)
).,. Chlpley. banking sprang from this historic One appllo L.+r engine and saw-mill repair We also.
invent wpnderlullyeLcUve.
Jollln\ Cary handle the celebrated''' line of HUSTLER
Thos. Comp
delle
County Surveyor- and the Societa .
edifice merits.
Its
tlon will coovluce you of Trf AMRER-
VANCE.
vllle, Fla.'County, the Jirstlimited } TAYLOR,
San Giorgio was Ail Dealers.BCQINNINQ
__ .. re di It. Kojrsale by .00: ICAN and- DELOACH Saw Mills,
Commissioner: liability company. The architect ERIE, LEFFEL TAYLOR andOUTHERN
J..T. Ulghtower Chairman Vernon.A. Boilers Mill Machinery.. Spa.al -
of the palace was a monk RIGHT. r- Engines and PERKINS Bhingle .
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C. Gilbert Chlploy.S. Stave Machinery Turpentine Planta. '
.Li. Davis Wausau.J. named Oliviero. Although its ar Large stock carried for immediate Shipment. Get our prices before'buying.
,. H. Porter MlllvllleU. chitecture has undergone a numberof "Thfe :first valentine I ever gave We can save you money. A postal will bring our Travelers .S-', '

Fr GOOD, Santa Rosa. changes, the facade still speak my wife was,a ten-cent affair of lace< Write for literature covering :your special requirements, ?tf \it.: \

School Board: eloquently of the'thirteenth century. ': paper and tinsel. I still send her a Molsby 2VlacHlriet-y.Coi J; SS;:

,G. B. Bush Chairman Andrew.W. Orange Hill\ Its arcades, with pointed arches, and similar one each year." 408 & 410 E. Hay St. ,,Jmckmonvllley: : >iorid ..

S. J.. F.Gainer.Russ Vernon.St. its windows, formed of little column "At a net cost of, ten cents, eh P Lana Distance TeiephoneNo K74.' ;,--"' ";..1;-,
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-- e, are exceedingly charming.- You were lucky'to start on such a

CHIPLEY CITY OFFICIALS// Vide( .w odd Magazine. basis., Now my wife eipeots about

1d ,0r-A. D. Campbell. $t. worth of violets. Here's Good Slogan] fir;
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..1'- Marshal-John Roberta POOO VALUE OF,NUTS. _________ _- a .
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Ulerk and Treasurer-W. W. Cook. ... ,).
Council-A.'D. Carmichael, chairman, within the last few'ears ADAPTED.:

C. B.Dunn,J. R. McGeaehy, d E. TbarpW. It is only food value of nut has a Bigger! Better Businie\ :
the think
O. Butler, Jr. that "What do you now of the i ,,

been properly' estimated.When fuzzy hat?" v ............................" ., '.... .. '" .. ...'. ""
-- they were served only as 8 "Oh, it can be made useful. -it; : ;," "
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tho .WAYt ... ::1.,..;.;,. 1,1J.':,'.
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dessert, it was natural that ;) "Indeed r DON'T BLOC A CI .
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The Banner should be considered indigestible, for: "Yes. A young Italian informs ,.

.. they are too concentrated and highly me that an old fuzzy hat he fished Move as fast as the proc SP: ipn-pr.:move_ out.- Take' J ''( I

.' nutritious to be added to a hea-r out of a trash barrel is first: rate for; pace of,the company you are in make. way.>-,tar the, wan

I dinlfer, But when properly prepared polishing shoes." .
Fla. ,
Chipley, and served they are palatable and behind ,

HKLPSAJU1KJK1NBAU: FIX. ,
eaay to digest. .
Stands for the Uptxilldiif *fChlpley On account'of their nutritive qtial'ities .lu..tl('.e Kit: Cherry, or Ulllis Mill. Tenn.,, Don't standlin: the.way of'new ideas. Don't 'li'w
substitutes wife plainly! worried. A bud sore on his lei
nuts are often adequate path of better system. Don't settle down *b
11.bllftl",1 i \ Bovural doctors mid long resistd Ot1- *
,. for meat and vegetables. Chestnuts all remtdius. 1 thought tl was a can Don't'
success. he
barnacle
,., take the of. a on the ship oi pre
frequently place potatoes vr," be.wrote.Atlast I used Buckle

Washington. County.' or rice on up to date menus. ,Unioa !Suite, and was completely cured."

Nuts of all sorts-are palatable additions (urea; burm-B, lolles. ulcers, cuts bruuieiml C.han2'e.means,progress., Progress means
And' Florida; ,' piles8 cents nt a: E.McOeachy.
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to the cream vegetable soup"For

this purpose it is best to have .e -60 YEARS Advancement means movement. MOVE!

$1 Per Year. them ground or in the, form 'of but- EXPERIENCE ...

Subscription. DON'T BLOCK
ter. THE WAY!

THE: DEAMUN3 OV THK SWAMP. GI
J We make a Specialty of
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; are mosquito As the, sting they putdeadly '- ,
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malaria In the blood Trees follow
.., Neat, : the lay chills germ and the fires of fever.The appetite -: TRADE DCe1GNe Mange CURTIS 1,. JONES, A D.

flies and the strength (fail; also mn. Corvnictna 4C:
Artistic lara often paves the way for deadly typhoid ouloklY D uowtain" *our.>.opinion. tn.,* g i.i.,luInvention Notary Public; State at Large. A ttorne. 6' i'i'it.Colleotloas
But Klectrlo Bitters kill 'ud cast II pmhnblrpolp, Inhl% clnSiBBiJIEScientific a + .,;a,
Commercial printing mmuey All Spool I
tlon..trletl/eonad.ntl.l. "l"MDGODI business ..
entrusted
from the blood give to :
out the malaria germs ; lent/sea Oldest.m oy for.eaurtnf nu. /'
.- you a one appetite and venue your strength. .p Patentg.c/ai. aoau tak.n Without! throu.h 1Ib1"Mum.,to t6 a r.e the my care will have my
J i I "After long suflerlnx: wrote Wm. .fret- prompt

: well, of Lucerne, N.C.,"tbreo bottles drove I Rmerlcaue attention. Fees reasonable.Can .
E The Banner all the malaria from 'my system, sod I've II _Ah.ad.omeiram.tr.t..w..rlrA J..t cr.tau..n D lJ. J cffl'
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bad good health ever since.'! Best. for all month on.nlllio,,3J. an Joumalj! Tnul.. $3 a be found at Post Office ,i'
stomach, liver and kidney 111*. BO :tl. nt I 1TIUNN & Co."'*****ti wdY7rk:' "N \ ". :

A Chipley, Fla. j 8.L MoGeachy. I BIaDcII 013...GIll 3'st..W..t". ,It 1 Wausau, Florida .' ,, ,1 oinet7iiltLEY

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Company and<<; LOST IT .. GwwG eGGGQ.G OGo.e..e.
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LARGELY THROUGH MR.

Claude: L'EngleTurns TOOMER'S MANAGEMENTAS "J 0

PRESIDENT.
I Wire Fence.
Mr. Toomer can not legiti- I I : ,
mately promise turpentine, men

the Truthon more than I can, as Congress- :

man-at-large. I will faithfully represent -

them just as I will the 0
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farmer; the business man and 99
men of'eyerv honest profession, sl'I' I \ k

". trade or craft, S '
'0, I again thank my thousand of sl F-----4-----frH-----H- "24

TOOMBR.m : : friends in all parts of Floridafor 4 1 r
i dtidg the E E
R expressions of confidence ,.-
in me, and I urge them to renew-

ed activity at once in order to
To the Democratic People of Florida: give a crushing defeat to the full "' "'''' A'.''''''' ''' __....., "'___ _._. ____...........___
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.;>W.M.;;. Toomer is flooding the, the questions from organized labof pocketbook in Florida politicsand
t State- : with his, campaign literature 'bodies, "Are1 you infavorp f an overwhelming endorse- : Just a.word Farmers and Fence Builders: '

)which-purportes.' to contain COMPULSORY arbitration?"be ment to true Democratic princi- i !

rfl L '': .. h s'careerasa.citizenand DemocratiMr replied CERTAINLY' AM." ples and of a man who professesthem @ Having. made a deal for Ten Car Loads tt

r% fYi ;. Toomer forgot to put in When be discovered that orga- and who has done deeds

". his eulogy of himself. somethingsthat nized labor opposed this wrotea for their: spread and advance- H of the. Best American Steel Wire Fence, wee

,1'0." ,!Florida Democrats. should I;. Jetterto a prominent organized ment.I :.
: !(' have not and shall not make are position to make you better prices .
in which .
know, and as hisommissions are;!. laborleader be '
of'public; :and official record it is retracted, and'said that he signed -! any charge against Mr. Toomer 0 than ever .

.mViduty the, 'people to supplyrthem hill answer in Tallhassee when which cannot prove. I HAVE .. t)
""' '" .."' HE' WAS VERY 'TIRED AND ALL FACTS IN MY POSSES Be
: jfr sure you see' us before buying wire e
..),i M rToomerforgotto'tell that WHEN THE LIGHTS IN THE SION.
.be'wks: PAID LOBBYIST of HOTEtWERE): VERY BAD. Mr. Toomer,has been given an : elsewhere. It means money saved. :

'of;;;'the" Jacksonville 'race' track What would happen to such a enormous corruption fund and .

during, the' ,last, session of the I tttatf if'the'lights in Washington he will doubtless continue to I

l :Legislature. Ask your, 1911 should'go out? (I have the originals spread his slanders and mu re- Chipley Hdw. Co. =

Legislative Representative to of both his, answer and his presentations. So far I have $

confirm this. :letter which are in harmony with as proved.fast as the he falsity has of manufactured his charges .......................
He Instability as and
\ torgot to tell the people a man a
that he was attorney of record candidate. He thus proves himself them, but I may not be able to .

' WHOLESALE GROCERY all'things to all men and adds keep up with the output of his EASY CATCH FOR FISHERMEN NEWWwWev.v

,:t 4. .TRUST, i in"'the John 'T., Hammondfcase. furtbur proof that be is conducting bureau ,of fabrication. I there- Solution ,
of Tannlo Acid From Autumn''
fore warn the people not to believe -
r .'. See'United States a camprign of misrepresentation Leaves Drive Their Prey From

Itd Court Records in,Jacksonville .) I. Toomer's statements about. the Water. Barber Shop.
moot of this. --M- .:Toomer has not had the himself or about me. -
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Two a curious ____-W''......
manhood I have proved all I have said years ago para-
\ He forgot to tell the people to circulate his plat- /'
that, ON HIS OATH before a form'which be wrote last October ; abont us both and I ask that graph It stated went that the rounds of of the the press. T. H. CALLAHAN Propr.I .
an analysis water -
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f >Georgia Legislative Committee and which I EXPOSED AS A Toomer and his backers be re- in the Marie du Cygnes river.revealed -
quired to do the same. Ask have just opened a barbershop
f' he CONFESSED TO BRIBING REPUBLICAN "PLATFORM any the of tannic acid.
', A STATE WARDEN and said Instead ,of this he' now tries, tot representative .in the legislatureof No cause was presence assigned. But Big in the Dekleold building, on

that.be the with declaration my work for measures of gen- corner west of First Nat. Dank,
saw no harm in it and fool people a Stranger, a limpid stream that gur-
that he, as a member of a pool 'of contrary to this. eral good to the people. gles across the northwest corner of and will appreciate a share of

.; bidders, made $175,000 trafficing The democratic people of Florida My lead over Mr. Toomer was Kansas and pours its gossip into the your barbering trade. I guaran-

I :.'Georgia, convicts. The official will not be fooled by the full 128 PER CENT of the entire 'Kaw, held this secret years ago, and tee to give you satisfaction.

4 I :,' records'of the Georgia Legislature pocketbook.: They will' not be vote received by Toomer. Park local residents kept mum and profited Strove lOc. .

#.l ,are proof of this.I fooled by the enormous quanity Trammell's lead over Milton for accordingly. Now, thefourth Half CM ::;:Sc.

1. He'forgot to tell the people literature sent out by men for Governor was 117 PER CENTof time in :fourteen, seasons. ., _,, the sametannic

: that the platform,he issued last Toomer who have opposed' the tbe entire vote received by Mr. er's water acid until Is troubling Big black Htrang

' 'i g,' October when 'he 'entered: the I forward, fighting- movement of Milton yet, Mr. Milton gracefully Ink; and cat, carp they, basil run and buffalo as, IRA A. HUTCHISON.
J; Second said the Democratic Masses. withdraws, CONTENDING
Congressional race : in a coma, but entirely edible, are Attorney ,at Law.
"I FEAR TJIE DEMOCRATIC In' the first primary I beat I THAT A MAN WITH SUCHA crowding the banks, their heads up- Office at Vernon Fa.,
t'-: PARTY IS IN DANGER OF Toom 1"'tt2,374 Votes and got 43# LEAD SHOULD NOT BE lifted in quest of air. The tannio ,

BECOMING TOO PROGRESSIVE per cent of all the votes4'cast, not- FORCED INTO A SECOND acid, drawn :from autumn leaves Will practice in Circuit Courts of

;; I AM EXTREMELY withstanding six candidates! aspired PRIMARY. The enemies of which recent high winds deposited in Florida and the Federal Courts

CO SERVATIVE.". In his big to this office. mine decree otherwise, so let us the stream, drives the flsh to the surface -

ads beginning tbe second' prix Mtfftta: men Beacham men, get busy and Show them that the : where they collect ha riffles or I DR. R. E. TILLER.' '
Democratic Masses wish them fresh-water inlets, or try to climb the
mary race he says: "I am in fav- O'Brien men and Williamson]] DENTAL SURGEON.
of believe' in true Democratic eliminated from Florida'politics. banks. Thus they are are easy prey
or a progressive party. A men.wbd !! Florida
and are taken to market or gatheredinto Chipley -
COMPLETE REVERSAL OF principles have assuredme Vera respectfully.
the salted fish of the
,. supply Office over First Nat'l Bank.
CLAUDE L'ENGLE.
: HIS POLITICAL PRINCI- that they will aid in rebuking community. Big Stranger, which is

PLES IN SIX MONTHS! See the cornrpf uSe 'of money in well ,wooded and generally steep-

.,,: his" two' platforms for 'proof of I Florida politics and are now NO.REASON FOR IT banked, carries the biggest fin stock R. F. SCARLETT

of this." working TO MAKE MY MAJORITY When Chipley Citizens ShowA in its part of the state and has no

He forgot. to tell the people IN THE SECOND way. known rival in the tannio.acid feat. Notary Public.Real .

that he has'no money and cannot PRIMARY'GREATER THAN -New York Press. -
There, can be no reallOn'whY' any Estate Handled.ColJections ,
borrow from the banks becauseof VfV PLURALITY TM THE
-- reader of tnU who Buffer the torturesof ;
A LENGTHY WAIT. a specialty
judgments piled up against FIRST. an aching back, the anpyance of urinary I -

him, and that his campaign fund I have challenged- Mr. Toomerto disorder, the'pains and dangersof After a courtship that lasted 29 Office in First National. Bank.
the special interests meet face to face with the kidney ills will fall to heed the
comes frpoi: me fears, an Indiana couple decided to I
words of a neighbor who has found re ...A... -W'VVJ:: EI
SO
, with the lull pocketbook. See oeopleon the stump, where re- lief. Read what a Chipley'.citizen get married. Mature considerationdoes .
records in Clerk's office in Jack- cords/can:: honestly and truthful- says: very well at times, but not when Attorney'and Counsellor at Law

, sonville for proot'of. his insol- lyjp 'dis us8ed. bat he prefers to Nrs. 'Naney*Richards,- Second St., it has one foot in,the grave. J3onlfay, Fla. .'' <

vency... -tet those putting him UP and Chipley, Fla., says: "Doan's Kidney :
lIe' forgot 'to tell the ,,let PUTTING UP FOR HIM, .send Pills rid me of kidney trouble three i NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION. Office \h.indsey: Building.JE1 .

be CON__ ;"to dicta- out letters and literature slanderous years ago and the cure has been per- Department of the Interior, ---0----
manent. I gladly re-endorse this rem- U S. Land Office at Gainesville. lorlda. "Prompt, personal serviceto
vhich he acknowl- about me; and which are edyI had. ,been In poor health quite May 4, 1012. clients.
Notice l& hereby given that George W,
fthe was making bis silent regarding his past bad record awhile and I,now believe that It was HarrHI\ of 1 Congress for the and absolutely untrue regarding all due to week and disordered kid March 13, 1011, madn homestead Entry
into yprlal No. 08224. for EK of NE#. IW#
he turpentine Indus- bis political principles.'! neys. There was a constant pain In of NEJ aDd NESS of'NW* Section la, A. G. McQuagge,
| the small of my back and I was very Towiiahlu 1 north Bangs 13 west, Tallahassee
sing the boys in the The people need have no tear Meridian. has Died notice of Intention -
nervous and subject to .headachea.al 1 Public
make Final Commutation Notary
to
to
about beating Toomer proof :
id him $80,000 for my by an pt poorly and what ,rest 1 did get, establish claim to the land above described .
gti, I secured in. a overwhelming majority. Democrats did not refresh me. I heard so much before the Clerk of the Circuit Courtat State at Large.
Vernon. Florida, on the 13th day of
lonest and legitimate; of Florida know what I about Doan's Kidney Pills that I decided June 1912.Claimant.
:| to give them a trial and got a names as wltnextiei: Frank -
these letters and pub- been fighting for years. They box. 'I have much to be thankful for. Taylor Compass Lake, h lorlda. Will
'Tbomers This remedy lived to all the claims Taylor, Aligns MeQuamre.: : Uelrld JlcQuairge -
and he replied by know that financial made for It, correcting up my trouble." of Fountain. Florlda.henry _A_ Orion Lodge, No. 40,
nd backers bate BECAUSE IN S. Chubb.
gals attacts me J
upon For sale by all dealers Price 50 Ed fee paid Register. F. A. M. ;
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5nswe red and pro ACCORDANCE WITH MY cents. Foster-Mllburn Co, Buffalo, Regular Communications Second

fal&e and rediculous. DUTY' AS EDITOR OF AFREENEWSPAPER New: York, sole agent for the United NOTICE FOIt PUHLICATION. Saturday and Fourth Friday night la

Union of Sunday, May I HAVE States. each month.
Department of the Interior' Visiting Brethern cordially Invited
ly. May 6tb and Tnes- EXPOSED ALL OF, THEIR Remember the name-Doan's- -s.nd U. t4. Land Ofltce at Ualnosvlllc, Florida.
take no other... Mar U, 1VI3. W. L. TAYLOR, W. M.>
hh, for proof of this CROOKEDNESS in politics and Notice In hereby /given that Richard W. W. JONMJ Sec. .
I Davis of tecontlna Florida who, on AURnst8. -
sot to tell the people :SOME of their raw business 191O made fiomestaad Entry Werlal'
deals. Th. Red Moon. No. 07285, for NVVtf fcoctlon 24 Township I. O. O. F. NOTICE.
as pulled out of the se-
Astronomers the 1[ north Range 13 west, Tallahassee 11 e-
Igressional race and put Mr. Toomer makes all kind due to dense atmosphere say red from moon U. rldlan Final has tiled notice of Intention to Until further notice
watery make Commutation Proof to establish z
\ace, for Congressman-at of promices to fool the turpen- vapor and ........ claim-to the land above doacrlbod, Cbipley Lodge No.56,
rder in before the County Judge at "Vernon, I. O. O. F., will meet at 7:00: p. m.
the woods. His
to tine
defeat ,the peo- operators Too Florida, on the 20th day of June. IU1:!, .
each
evening.By
ate. backers, 'with himself DID Much. Claimant names as witnesses L. C. Monday
dome sm to thlaK It an awful poor Carter, William Well, w. Low, Job order of the Lodge.
.to tell ihe people FOOL THEM ONCE when tale that will not work both wars for Barrett all of Keonllna.! Florida. W. A. McQtrAGGE, N. G, {
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H. Chubb
pjf 1} g i imanswer to they put money in the Export fell It '... '*T.r .,...ua.' Ed fee paid harry Register. S. B. JODSON Secv.I .
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IF ] Did Sunday you wear was a white Mother's flower Day.in MOST ,'r .. :

.,, Schedule of memory'of her, pr do some little a good crowd was in town

A. Railroad act of kindness. If you did'nt, Saturday and; trading was brisk. ANY
', B.C.4S: St.
:' 'E"ectl' March U. 11L. why not? Nineteen-twelve has proved it- "" '
Was there ever a man who did selt a record breaker so far in BANK
::, Train
I oingNorsl. .
Sou
Ooln, 6.Btatioa t not feel that his mother"was die the way of disasters.In .
6:00 p.m. Ar.
Cblpley
Lv. 11:00 a.m.
,' 4:27 It sweetest on earth? That'swhy
,' Hl3S a.m. 'Vausall p.m. woman three
!. Greellbead 4:00 p.m. the parlor there were ;
U:02
p.m.
mother has been ranked as '
tl 12:06 p.m Rlvenlde 8:54 p.m.It" Girl, the parlor lamp and be; a
It Itf8 p.m. Vlckllburc al' p.m. civilization's queen since the be business after a'fashion yen
Ar. 1:00 p.m. tdouthport 8:00 p.m.L'b '" Two is company no doubt, Can handle your

;' .:1" '. \ ginning time. That's why she,: That is why the lamp went out. easy. W n Imes ,
will never be dethroned as such.That's good and money
i : 'F, L. Belser.of Troy,Ala.,wabuskiess ,I why humanity is as -goodas See Skinner & Sbarren .before times are
,'Z' bere Friday. feell the
U visitor They tight you
it is today, for mother love selling: your green hides. are bard and motley

\. Vsenne Stanton made a trip t< walks hand in hared with the i will pay the highest market h

.. (JDothan Tuesday, 'returning J Christian spirit. The two can price in cash for them. need of a business cohnectton wl a

: Wednesday. '\ never die. Mother love is as We all claim this to be a Re- and Reliable Ban! :
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.:. /W. A. Hardy of near Grace pure and unrestrained as the public whose chief rules is a Big Strong

frille, was one of the visitors in, rays of the sun, as*deep .as .the President. But as a matter ot

.,' own Friday. sea and as broad as the..universe.No fact it is a Kingdom whose queenis Do your banking business and make' you redit

wanderer ever strayed so far silver coin.
; W. R. Gainer, of the Econfins on every strongest Bank"in
I the
from home but was followed with good with
/section was in town Friday nigh) Don't get "miffed,' and abuse

land Saturday morning. '' the eternal prayers of her who the editor if your paper is stop- Washington County. s.
bore him: though guilty ot every
his yaw
has issued
Sam
Uncle.
ped.
W. E. Wilcox a veterinary sur
cnme" in the decalogue] and the
? located at Wausaui orders,'and they must be obey
eon, who has victim of an outraged public sen-
.. was in town Wednesday. timent, no man ever man worthyof I ed. If you are in-arrears, settleup The First National $iank

at once.
Hoyt Fryer spent a few days a convict's garb ever finds the ,::" ,

first of the week at "Fish Head ,>arms which enfolded him whenan Alligators must be plentiful in of Chipley. '

[Camp" on Ceder Creek fishing. infant closed to him in his bit- the "back w Qds- Engineer J. ." ,

terest hour. No bombastic, conquering W. Williams, of the B. C. passenger i .TsKSJ

./John Hamn, of Southpor\ 1 heroe was ever so proudof train, ran over a 9-footer '.,.'";";'Il"'{_.....,.. .I'fi'Iti.

spent Sunday night here enroute himself and, his power but bis Sunday a short distance north ...".I.."...."......................"."."....".__".".__......T.._ '
( home from a business trip toI '--.1..___ .
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still that he bf t
mother was prouder OUU LUl'UI -'" Jf.:
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Quincy. was a king among men, and her There will be and all-day sing Cromwell Gibbons who was See that $1.50 Brogan\Shoe:_\ .. ,\. at
/"b. M. Martin of Bonifay, spent of his heart WILJAMS& HELTQNChinamel (,'.
son. 'rhe happiness at Popular Spring church on the fourth man in the race for Governor -
/Saturday here'attending, Ma- makes her's happier still, and the You is ue"Stain
third Sunday In May. are in the recent prinrary, I the ,
',.', / sonic lodge in the capacity- of; sorrow of his soul but makes invited ahd requested to carrya mandamusing the Chairman of Kyamze at Dunn I Coleman Co.
.: ( D. D. G. M. 'riitfKMmfft 1H"" >?*'
,. .. hers more sorrowful... .. .. basket as dIDner'wiJ1 be servedon the State Executative committeeto Williams & Heltonfnave, la?lovely -
the ground. force him to cause bis name to, and'
] line of Laces, Embroidery: ,
.: Miss Maggie Allen entertained High School: Commencement.The : the ballots for the I
Pay as little attention to discouragements be printed on and the prices is low dbwn'too.WANTEDToge .
number of her friends
quite a ,
Gibbons name,
commencement of the as possible. Plow second primary.

Friday evening. Delightful. Miss refreshments Chipley High School began ahead as a steame"r" does, rough even if he gets it on the ticket, acquainted K y
served. Companionship
was with middle agedjadyjlfpr; : -
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock! or smooth, rain or shine.; Tc will be Dennis.
Allen is a charming hostess, and ; must have good dis-J
continue through Thurs and to make %- "
and will cargo
your
her friends: are always glad of an carry Get your feed stuff from WILLIAMS ; position and not deceitful! ;all
day; and Friday night. port is the point., 1
opportunity to spend an evening & HELTON. respondence strictlyconfidential ; -
Dr, Lynn .R Walker, president -, with hole '
: at her home. Three-cent pieces a See Dunn Colemen Co. for ], Address A. .AWM? this
of Palmer College, DeFn- in the center, and half-cent pieces office. ". '!i't'; ::; : ',
I_, There" is a sowing time, and a niak, will deliver the ,closing address I will be coined by the U. S. fishing Tackle. ':'''"';
The wise man said:
time to reap. ,
.Friday night. tlJr' "t't fo.
mints if the Senate concurs in "
"Bring up a child in the way he All are cordially invited to be I am handling Ice in Chipley'again',tbis' eas.onI
when he is old he the bill which was passed by the I will appreciate patronagejvandpromiaeyou \
", should gp and each night.If your :
will not depart from it." So it is present House a few days ago.. the same courteous treatment:and prompt
we find it absoutely'neces. ICE I beretafore.
attention I have always given youj.
of If bitterness has crept into the -
'w; with the boys and girls today sary, we may charge and en-; .
in the friction of the A. B. Now1hWOpen r
:: "who are allowed to run the streets trance fee of IOC and 15c on first heart busy ,
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,' until nine ten o'clock] night. day's unguarded moments, be "' >i"
or
Incidental
asyai.
:: night; merly to cover from 8 to 1O O'clockrt3ia .
:' The Bible, says the Jacksonville 'expenses, but will avoid this if sure it steals away with the set- ,, ;
] of the Sun. Twilight isthe .,
setting
.Metropolis, says that one of *# f ,
; possible.E. interval for peacemaking.W. BEEF, l i, ,
:' ,the most mysterious things under W. KENNEDY, Principal.] Fro ,,. ,

,,, the sun is the way. ot a serpent -_. -- .-.. H. Milton,'who was eligible] PORK ,

on a rock; but the way of ;a Notice of Examination. to enter the second primary with ODR S.A.US.A.:''ir' : ;)' ,

:.' voter with a ballot contains mor Park Trammell]!'for the governor \ ;;' ": ,' I
No'tice is hereby given that an Phone 12 ; '
,. mystery than ever surrounde examination for'teachers, will b ship, has 'withdrawn from the ..;:r 'i''": ::

the serpent. held at the Academy', in the tows. race because Mr. Trammell bad and the goods will be there before the:icookjcan I:

Emmett Willson will be the< of Vernon, beginning at 9 o'clock'on such. ]large plurality in'the first' kindle a fire in the stove. Try us. tKINNER
We think Mr. Milton : :! '
'next Congressman from the Tuesday, the 4th day of June, primary. 'I \
third District. Dannitte II made 4 wise decission in decid- & SI IARROIYr:: ; :: t
1912. All applicants are required -
l retire from the" second
Maye's, present incumbant, wh< to provide themselves with legal ing primary to Market Next to Banner Office;'l>; l d 'l 1 i

.;' was eligible to contest with :Mr cap pape.,'pen and ink. turn i

in the second primary for .. ....... ,
Wilson I
ish a certificate of good mora '''''.'''';'' '- "' .
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the place, withdrew, from tb< character, and pay a fee of $1. I,

: race/ thus giving the nomination By order of Board of Public ."" ", ,

to Mr. Wilson.It Instruction this 5th day of May. ;, ,

is said paper is to be manufactured 1912.

at Gainesville from yetI G. B. BUSH, Chrm. we want to show vou':

-I low pine. A process has been B. F. GAINER, Secty.

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invented whereby a fine grade ol _..._____.______..",IJ ______ v rarw__ ..ni .
Card of Thanks.I .
paper can be produced from this ', ,

\ material l after the''turpentine,, desire to thank all who contributed DoorS
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Line of Screen
The Greatest.
rosin, oil and tar has 'been taken towards giving me so I ,'Tid: Windows ..

.from the wood .and a company flattering a vote in the late pri
-Sa'
haa:: acquired 40,000 acres of timber mary. I Ever Rhown Here. Fine Front Doors, ; send.

lands to be used for this pur ,1 thank them for this express Kitchen '
Sash Weights. Sinks Galvanize P'ipe'Pipe ;a
pose. ion of their confidence in me. 'r

.. I entertain no unkind feeling -
Fitting :-: :-: :-,: .._: ..-..
NOTICE.My towards any one who may have ..
opposed me and solicit ,the vote
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'dental parlors will be clos- and influence of all. FISHING TACKLE THATS, FIT FOR FISHIN' t-
from Monday, May 20th to Wednesday
Respectfully]] ,
May 23rd inclusive. Par-
ties desiring work please be governed F. M. Huss. The Best Line of Fishing Tackle Shown in to

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,.accordingly.DR. R. E. TILLER. A..F. Rooks Thanks Voters.I Chipley in Many Years. .Y // /.*' N urve

... take this means of thankingthe

You JVttist Pay Up. voters of this district for the .. ne
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splendid vote given me in the

.'. To whom it may concern: primary of April.28th, for member We Are Looking Por i-Yo onomiay9

Having bought the notes and of the school board for the t

accounts of the L. W. Ennis Second District. It will be my

/ Furniture Co. we now' request endeavor to make you a faithful Dunn-Coleman CHip? i'

_ all parties owing said firm to call and conscientious officer.

.. and settle, or we will be forced A. F. ROOKS. >*- FU sir*,*'i]
All ' collector to
: to send a you. ..
"-1";<':these claims must be settled at : ? I have for sale two good milk ) A. G. McQUAGGE. ,General- Man". ,
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:once. ows: with heifer calves.-J. A. ,', ;" -,,

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