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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 23, 1912
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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).
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Notice of Examination. Gibbons'- Petition Not Granted.' WARNING ALL THESE DELEGATES. ..

Notice is hereby given that an Judge Ira J. Carterof Live Oak ARE FOR .' .. : :._

examination for teachers', will be the cifcuit judge before whom To the Citizens of Washington County: Oscar Underwood ,.:t'... .,
held at the Academy, in the town Cromwell Gibbons appeared and Some politicianswho are opposing my election to the office of .'.- r
of Vernon, beginning at 9 o'clockon made application for mandamus Sheriff of Washington county, are secretly circulating reports cal. FOR PRESIDENT ,...' ,"; '.:'-.,,-:.f;.:.' '" -'kI II -

Tuesday, the 4th day of June, to compel W. H. Price chairmanof culated to damage me. Some of these reports are too rediculousto I Vote for the PROGRESSIVES as"
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1912. All applicants are required the executive committee, to demand serious thought; others in the nature of scandal, coming '"'" .'
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to provide themselves witb legal place'his (Gibbons') name on the at the eleventh hour, are the last desperate attempts of the ,
cap paper, 'pen,and ink, furn- ticket to be used in the second bunch of ringstes to take advantage of me by circulating false reports -. For National Committeeman ',t. .:

ish a certificate of good moral primary, rendered. .an. "non;' ; too late to answer, and I believe !in the spirit. of fairness will Vote for One ,'
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"character, and pay a fee of$1. Saturday ,d'n" :: '"Ib tbrte mleLtAarw -..... .......-,. ...... X JOHN T. G. CRAWFORI/
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By order df'' Board of ,Public fOr- andam su'l: .In'. this nt"'nh'section a+ ?? ......... _.....: I ---.---.,---""uw........p.1'UtI .. EUGENE S. MATJlEVe /t
Instruction this Sth da-y-Jof'lSifav. gentleman who is.a. candidate IalI1'1fot'lrrnnnin2"hls r
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1912., 6 !1 i. State at, Largfy.
YOM JVlMBt Pay Up. I campaign. I ask you not to consider false report cir-
G. B. BUSH, Chrm.B. culated against me by a little ring of disgruntled "politicians'in the Vote for7o jf r;h
To whom it
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F. GAINER, Sec'ty.RubMyTism town of who know how the wires F$ ""'
Chipley to pull at the right timeto X J. E. ALEX '
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turn voters'against me. My home precinct gave me a hand- X A. JANGLE r '11'; '
will accounts of the L. W. Ennis
cure you. some majority over all four opponents, who are good men, and AR'I '"
I Furniture Co., we now requestall X MONTCLAM BROW /'I
should be sufficient indorsement to satisfy you. /
We have put in stockof parties owing said firm to call X W. J. BRYAN < ,
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a and settle, or, we will be forcedto Be awake! Don't de deluded by these little politicians, who ''''I ., .sij. l .
Dishes and glass wear. send a collector'' to All care nothing for the other man, but who would turn Heaven and DR. E. S. (CRILL?:: :,"':-J; :' \
Prices are away down; these claims must 'be settled you. at earth to encompass my defeat. FRANK HARRIS.V a: ',:, 'r'

call in and look' at them.W. once. Sincerely yours EDWIN D. LAMBRIGH \ (

J. SCHELL. CHIPLEY FURNITURE Co. HENRY FARRIOR. B. S. WILLIAMS:' :-' .:J J Jf t
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PUBL1SHKU. KVKBY THURSDAY.. .
At Cblptey, Kl*. '"
Senator McMullen Tells of Too.

WAL.TBR W. .JONB0.. BdltOf.
mer as a Paid Lobyist for

Entered at the .....toIIIce at Chlplojr.: Fla.. MMOtmd MOSQUITOES 1
Race Track
das mall Batter.SUBSCRIPTION. Corrupt
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oars TKAB,...... ..................11.00 Senator Don C. McMullen, of _- ..____ H_._

BIX MONTHS....... .. ... .:...... .50TBBKK Hillsborough county, was one of '
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the ablest: men in the last sessionof

rate nrnUbml! as application. the Legislature. Everybodyin '. >, -

Florida knows him to be '
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Communication on live topics. especially Will( give Malaria :
of local Interest are solicited. It upright, honorable Democratic ..:. you ,
Is understood, however that the publish "
of TUB! HANNKB will not be responsible leader. As W' .M. Toowier is : > { ':" ? ,' .' '
for opinions expressed by correspondents. making general denials to each -
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TTB BANNER wants a lite represent and every charge I have proved \ ,
tlve and correspondent at every postoftice against him I give further substantiation -Vj 7. .:'<* ? ."
In the county, and will make liberal arrangements '
with the rlctrt parties. to the proof that Too- : .
FEVER will kill :
* mer was a paid lobbyist 'of the C you. :
Til> THURSDAY., May. act. uua. Jacksonville Race Track Associ- ,
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ation. Read Senator McMullen's
MORAL Protect withMosquito
To Elect U. S. Senator by Direct Vote. letter as follows: : ,

R The House last week adopted, Tampa Fla., May IS, 1912.
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by a vote of 237 to 39, the joint HON. CLAUDE L'ENGLE, Nets : "
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resolution providing:: for an Jacksonville fla. .

amendment to the constitution to DEAR CLAUDE am j just in ,receipt .
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United of yours ot the 11th inst., : ;., .. :. We 'ba.ye, good ones. .... ':

enclosing circular with respectto ,' ",, "" ",." ,', .:,. :. ,
vote of the people. The resolu- yourxandidacy. Some of the .
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tion had already passed the Sen-,' facts stated about Mr. Toomer I '. '. "{ : '. -.

ate;,and will now go to the States know of my personal knowledge.I I -

tor ratification. was present in Tallrhassee and Campbell & Dekle Company.

s < saw Aim as the lobbyist of the cor- :'
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The Pension Disgrace.It rupt race-track interest arguing -

is an incongruous and disgraceful their cause before the, Legislature, ,.
and to show how completely
fact that the
as survIv-
ors of the Civil War decrease in was antagonizing the will of, the The senate committee on judiciary ANNOUNCFMENTS.For !1 I For Superintendent Publlfl Iuntructlou
when the final vote i To the citizens of Washington county,
numbev the government's pen- people, came has reported favorably the and especially registered voters: After
sion bill towers all the higher. on the race-track proposition" he resolution limiting the presi- SUerlflT. having carefully considered the duties of
dential tenuer to a single term of I hereby announce my candidacy for County Superintendent Publrc Instruction -
This year it will approach two .. was only, able to muster one vote. six the Democratic nomination of Sheriff of and being solicited by some of my
years, lmiDority reportwas Washington If nominated and strongest friends I hereby announce myself
I further that far connty.
hundred million althoughthe can say so candidate for the above/ office, subject
dollars made favoring a single term elected I promise to faithfully dischargeall a
as my knowledge ot career tbe duties of the office, especially so to tbe action of the Democratic primaries -
your;
war was fought nearly halfa ot four years A similar measureis In the prompt execution and service of I and If elected promise faithful
century'ago and the 'majorityof around the legislature extended penidng in the house and if con- processes and wrlta both criminal and .service, and to conduct the business of
civil Issuing from tnd various conrts of the oftlcB In such a way as to reflect credit
its participants are dead. ,during the last two sessions: you gress psases it it will be supmit tbe county. on myself.and my constituents. I will
ted to the several state legislatures appreciate your votes, and trust Imposed -
have championed only such thingsas I respectfully solicit the support of tbd your
This item.of expense is greaternow tor adoption voters In the Democratic Primaries with In me. Thanking you In advance,
than it was in 1900 and it were right and for the' good of a conscientious derlre to discharge. If 1 desire to remain your servant.W. .
T., HORNE.
the elected every duty of the office with loyally -
promises to. be vastly greater people. I therefore renew my to your Interest.

f five years hence When and how pledge ot support and hope that CONYALHSCtKTS Yours HENRY very truly FARRIOR., To the voters of Washington County:
I herein candidate
announce myself a
1, shall we reacha limit? you will be overwhelmingly- ----- for re-election to tbe office of County'
nated. To the people of Washington county Superintendent of Publlo Instruction,
---+-+ ---- Those Recovering from Any Se- I am a candidate for sheriff and earn- subject to the action of the Democratic
With best wishes I remain, Illness estly request your consideration the primaries. 1 have tbe work well In hand
A young Boston woman, ex- vere Democratic primaries. My past life Is and If elected I promise In future as 1 .
tremly athletic, rides very well Yours very truly After a long wasting Illness, convalescents mv best recomendatlon, and 1 assure you have In the past to be faithful In tbe discharge -
of a clean able and fair administrationof of every duty congected with said
and seated astride her horse, she D. C. MCMULLEN.The require nourishing food the duties of-- the office without fear orouchoose office. ,RespectfJlIITI"
that will not overtax: the digestive. I lh i Ine.oiir B. F. GAINER.PUBLICATION : .
',resembles a beautiful boy. Riding above is conclusive, as is chelfeiecutlve7T WUMhe-county.. I
f cfppa( ,... pd ji-- *!*>Tr, "way ot a 4OTICE
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one day in her masculine all the proof 1 have nL.p..4h: t quanave strength-restoring and vitality-making shall make the race on ufy\Aup erlta.-, ,
I know nothing of political wtftuiM9lt! JJ
,abit she had the misfortune tothrowlZ. T'"' made, against W. M trtnlr-----,_ WA..- k now t\t-. .thin g that AMnala...-. and I earnestly ask your careful consideration FOR ;
VInol, our delicious cod liver and Iron : before making: up your mind Department of the Interior
And old sea ca to Toomer. I ask my friends to as to whom yon-will support. U. S. Land Offlc\ .iijlnesvllle., Florida
tonlo (without oil), -
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tened to lie wising see that every L'Engle vote is VJnol Respecttullv. .yours, lvenSi ay, A
creates an appetite re-eatab- M W BREITT Notice Is hereby tobu-4 .
en touched a corset, polled next Tuesday in order to llshes good digestion and helps th I Godwin of Sexton, Florida, w uyltl*Jury
tbe For ,27,1010 made Homestead Entry, Serial
in wild alarm to a give a stinging rebuke to the fulpocketb dally food to make rich blood form County TrInrer. No. 07131, for E 3i and KX; of .
flesh, strong muscles and Impart new 1 hereby announce my candidacy for /SVViC Section 2.Township 1 north Range ,
r, "Get a doctor quick ok which puts Toomer life and vitality to every organ In the the office ot Treasurer of Washington 13 west, Tallahassee Meridian, has tiled
and which putting for county, subjecting myself to the action notice of Intention to make Hnal Com
young chap's ribs run- up is up body. We ask those'who need 2 and result of the Democratic Primaries mutation proof, to establish claim to tbe
tb and south instead of him. I thank my friends for strength and flesh-building tonlo reotorative to be held April 30th and May 28th. If land above described before the County
to call at our store and get a elected 1 promise the people of Washing Judge. Vernon, Florida, on the 13th
their work, and assure them that ton county an honest administration of
west. bottle of Vinol, with the understanding day ot June 1912.
h the affairs of the office. Claimant name as witnesses: Wills A.
we will win a magnificent victory that If it doesnot help them we Thanking you In advance for your vote Taylor, John Pettls. J. W. Pippin, J. W.

-i very doubtful if the oppo- for' true Democratic principlesand will refund' their money without queo- and Influence among Yours your truly neighbors, I am Taylor. all Sexton.'/ Henry, Florida.S. Chubb.

rill succeed in defeating clean politics in Florida. tion.S.. E. McGeacbv. Chlplcy, Fla. JOSEPH H. PORTER.For Ed fee paid Register.

DW Wilson at the Balti- CLAUDE L'ENGLE.
1 County i'ommlMloaer DI.!. No. ". NOTICE FOR PUALICATION.
jnyeJion.: He is nowa good I "'- NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. I here declare myself a candidate for Department of the Interior,

'leader, and may, be nominated on The voice of Ohio was beard Department of the Interior County Commissioners Commissioner for the Second U..S. Land Office at Ualnesvtlle, Florida.
U. H. Land Office District.
'" at Gainesville. Florida.! Subjecting my '
_ fr LrBt ballot. in the land Tuesday. Wowl! May 11, 1912. self tj the result of the primary elections, Notice Is hereby April that 13,1013.John A.
.. =--u___________----'---_. Notice l Is hereby /given that Richard and I solicit the vote and support of the McQuagge of given who, on
Davis of Econtina. Florida! who on August voters of our district. If youelect: me I March Ji'ountll.ln.Florlda\
2, 1900, made Homesteaa EntrySerial
8. 1010 made Homestead Entry /Serial will give you the best service It Is possi- and
No. 07283. for NWJl Section 2", ble for me to render No. 0003. for SEX of NWJ.i

/t! Sheats Thanks Washington Co.. : Friends 1 north\,has Range filed 13 notice west Tallahassee of Intention Township Meridian to I J. W. TIIARP. north NESjof8Wyf, has Range: tiled 13,notice Section west of Tallahassee Intention 10, 'I'ownsblp to Meridian make 1-

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make Final
I'o Friends Commutation Proof to estab- 1 herewith announce my candidacy as Final Commutation to establish
mY'Washington"Co. : Proof
lish claim to Hut land above ,
described County Commissioner
from District
No 2, claim tothe land above described before
The official count of the vote cast! 1 before
n the primary of Ann 30th" shows hat friends llarri-tt, all of huontlna. Klorlda. the people of the entire
2t.01610.ya1 throughoutGorilla county 1 will William Nelson all of Fountain! Florida.
Henry a. Chubb. appreciate your vote and .
f support ,
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} ,- approve my candidacy td fen paid Register. 8. W. HUSH. Ed-fee pd. Henry" Register.
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,' opponent in this second priory ag .. r.- ..
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received} 19,917 votes' in the "fRU

) 'rst. 'I am truly grately to my

,'; rieuds, and if you will continue to I.

r '(\May be'active 28th.< w/e, / .will be victorious' on YOUNG HOUSEKEEPERS .


I see that Mr. Hollo way-is seek- .

ing through his advertisements to -

create denominational prejudice r Y 1

against written me by a by Methodist publishing an Minister article 40 F- Will find here just FURNITURE they I

need for'
in which my name is not mentionedbut 4 Kitchen Dining Room..

because 1 am a member of the Parlor., and Bed Rooms. We take

Methodist Church he would have great pleasure in inviting such to

the people'of Florida believe I am a pay us a' visit. ,We guarantee the

party to such and appeal. I knew nothing of such article and call. will.. satisfactory from

would not appeal to any voter upon denominational grounds. Qur every
point of
view., the financial'one in
public school systemJs:: opento any denomination and Mr. Hollo-
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:JL rely upon the people of Florida to go deeper than denominational -
Furniture
affiliation in passing upon the qualification of the two candidates Company.

now before you for -important office of State Railroad
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H :WASH LEOPARD vlAST: FIG HI lillY iUtb''GREATLY CHANGED r
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Powerful, and a Fighter, but'v H
Barber Proved No Match for Troop' ; .

+ of Baboon I heard that often' of recent years and
Shop.No I RimM* and ;
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explorer, not long since witnessed1 I .h ar it more often each'season from'now:
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German West Africa a-most UmctUe'fjattIei > : .
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'between Jeopard and a number you making? Can you make it-' :

Ba t'bers 3 of baboons. people are' doing, it and we kliow' you can, ,"."'. >.
"..,.." It appears that leopards hare .a I
,. particular fondness for babooo flesh,, will i

of:; Everything" -Up-to-Now. which is; frequently employed as bail < little better: seed-a few inches deeper' ,

.::. "Shave,. 15c. to }rap.them. Ritter was,resting one -a little' more"care in'cultivation: and=r-: ." ;
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Haircuttlngr
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"':. ',- Shampoo, ...250$ of 800 pounds per'cre of ; !,:; ,
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formed '
Massage': ... 25c. large : "
.(f. Hair Singe,. 25c. ...smalh stream He saw on the op- a ./
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-Ii"WeS licit Yoiit Patroha'ge.- ?*echllftriil toward the water.They ,. Armour FertilizerI
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Very Respectfully: were led by a big male, who "' .'
:" ? cautiously" reconnoitered. The ob- ; by the Inter-Cultural Method. "'
;- "W. D."Peters, I ropr.
,t.. wrvdtrkept perfectly motionless, in .
order to observe any sport that > easy-and certainly very profitable. : '

iUGII' FARMOR, might ensue. A deep grunt from the : right' now that, you will' make it: ,f ..

J':1J' ."- DENTIST. leader assured the other baboons thai i : : be sure your dealer gives you Armour' .. r .
r J:" all;'was well; so down the slope they I .
Crown'jyid; Bridge Work aSpelttaltyi clattered,*a' female-Vith her young i : er. ', -

.'!\r"= ALL, WORK GUARANTEED. bringing up the rear. '
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from behinda bowldeithere'leaped .
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w.Om; over Chlpley State Bank.j1iie ,.Suddenly ,
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.New York Wortf one blow he knocked over several [] |,. "
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baboona and grabbed one of
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young. With a yell of fury the ..
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:. : mother threw herself upon the lOOp-: MOUR : ,
:: t The Thrlce-a week World hopes to be :
: Inflow H better paper*>**' It baa 'o+er pd.\.r The other halted, and -wltf JACKSONVILLE FLA. "
been before and it t>aa made (ns arrangeS one accord jumped back to the moth! l : ,

meats accordingly. Its hew<< sef ice'co'v eWaasiiftanct .> The leopard finished : '. .

C.TS the entire globe, and It reports every the?female, and was just about to ., ,r. .. I 1< '. ..... I
tblDK fully, promptly and at rcuratelyj II make off with his when hL .. '
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1.. the only paper not a dally which la at
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and which will keep fyei! lroablebEgauiHe! was immediately ''' -
good as u dally R' M4ACHINERY co.: : '
as' omplt'ltellinforrned of what U happening surrounded, by the whole troop of QtJFi' :

throughout, the world- babbrfnsVhlc'hv: in upon him 43. E. lid)' Street, .
"'Tho Thrice-a week World fair.In Its : JACKSONVIlili! P*, UORIDA.
For a while the big cat gave as good
reports, You the truth .
political can get
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from Ita columns whether you are a Republican as .he got, and lots of baboons'tUlh-- r e. Largest stock of Machineryin ,

\ or Democrat, and that I I. what bled down the slopes apparently done Florida for saw mills. ,and
'wlI.nt. for but in the' end numbers' told '
you c mills.EARQUHAR.
planing "
A'speolal 1 feature of the Thrlce-a'w: and We big leopard was literally ton '
\V''>t-Id bas always been' Its serial flcttonItpiiblUhes I MACHINERY ."
to pteeLtheman,
<< novels by the best authors
t.bWorld., noves which In book form sell '! has been built for 57 years;, :./:\',;-,

for$1.60 apiece and Its hlph; standard /? 'tentg I* alt thiC world theta; more built today than any oth- ,,,
this respect wUI'be maintained Idthe'fat'urn'aa ofr'1mpoftIiMt' i t* TOtf/ thai good cUf8f'- er; Let'us'tell you why... :,
KtodtJuwt'betateA t rau tala life ;'
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Send for and price '
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-Tho Tbrlce-a-wcek<< World's regular and must be dlgeated'and converted loW < ,:. .
subscription price Is l only $1.00 per year blood. When toe digestion falls the whOlEDO : i, .of J.-rr_
and this'pas for 1MJ! .papersj; 'We. offei ?suteri. Ohaml i rlaln's' Tablets"are 1ra'iloStaTfakd'rAiaMtjf N. M. L. n duE, F. M. GOLS N. "" \
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Bait( our for Indigestion
nnequallednewsptiperandyfhe
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et together for one year for $1.69. Tb. They Increase the Sow of bile, purify tb I : !
regular subscription price of the two pa blood strengthen: th*;atomach; and tone up,
p.rele82O. tn 'wo 'I&dgeettYe'awarlUQS to'a tlat.nralbt t I\fationrttl': Ban'JlVI'.A'Rr \:!;
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pbii-g fir patenfJMBay b6 C w'h r or.lloD, Firms one Individuals .1.
We pron etl.v ctom: U. B. end orthgdmpne7l ; "
;. I Accounts of Bink::"C0' Ins b'Lrarrl enableus 10ity
-r PATENTS T II we atao I
'' I Tears experience liv thel ban.......tY.A'alnedU 6ltJleh.
and TRADE iY1 ARKS'etol'1l'lf 1 I +M banking facilities of any bank'In west F orlda
TIREui.n>rney: a j'e.eend models eft4 '
, orpluKOand wemgtleratsand an I trihTrsl 'ATE j Bating Department in which we pay'trterest or nr
FREe report en patenlablhty.: vva ffiv handled as easily\a*'by I personal Interview. ;
till>best tegoT ervje and advice, and outs I Send us yo business... 0.4".
charges or e. Try oa.SWIT' :

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r' ":urtdJ'lh'l" fi'-m : 'indorlle DRAUG'HON'S Colleges than Indorse tl other bt'
'" '.lNlJ'Jrm COWBlNEtJ.: 48 CollegeS!In 18 States I Jntel'uatiQu .ter.1.i.: !. "
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little-make big monet. flmplMt' ,.rartsit} nf tY v744 :' Bobkk epers' all over ,Horn Study. Thousands of /JQII Jtt\/\\' )1,
1Thretruonlnd ire ALL W INS TAYLOR. flU -tntf' say that Draughon's '!ers, bookkeepers, and,,rIenv raphersl "' "WI\:'\
min! Attad with wire .ble drive Mt-oat attMhniffnM -
and adjuitabl Idler. Improved carriage Bookkeeping:6avea them ''boldlnggood .position aa thu Jean Y '\,:'
bwktnt device li quick artlnv and a time....... :TRACKLESS' TROLLEY' CARS. ;>>er"c rlt in work and Worry, :'taking Draughoa's Home B t1dy t ";:' ;
,ll.i.le la all aim.portable and atatlonarrt Practically all U. 8. ''ofTu ; 'CAT ALOCUE. .1' priced ..
or of> s 4' .f
W.-....,.,.. botebt.Mm..baw 0.5.1 p
..*...wood. t i.e'bn*r MOM, else, u4 do fouadrr:. ware. WtU aPt ; An experiment ia to be made in I ;' .write the System of BY MAIL, write JNO F.'B AUdll 1",1' ,," .
W" ""ow.r.II.oiJ .Colleges! teach. :P Sl l't'Hutml"T.ntr.! : \\1'
I t.tIDllr aWDrk., BB( 15. If'II'-I; tp8''friture'' with trackless trolley thejrkfipW it !9;'IM 6isl. ialligue: flulcdurae ATCG: .1 i, ,:;'
t+ 1. cue in 'Aberdeen. The' I Fnrir7e7' I .
tramway. D"N5flIiACTIcAi; ; BUSINESS: TJ ';
,ire promptly cbtAiu C. S.and Foreign 4 cbmmittee of the town council have ; : '! : dylJ ;'Fla:, br'Atlanta.Gad. or, _Moblllor M4->,, !4+r,, A'1-'ff.
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present no tramway communication ,
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-teuJ model,sit-jti")! cr p1)etc(,111 T The
... "'''ItI''lItY >or fn. book city. length of the Maoung! ,Men. School 01 lduaia School 01 Art. School,01 .Expre.'j\' .
HowtoSwuro'i Patent n'vl, j ;h; //'IDe' -Ei.!.:tKS( "writ to*'' I proposed route is just over one mile, .' 46 profeaaom experiment and'atatlont aaoliit- lion.First School class of U.equipment...cpiMailca throughiii.C a.
'c and'the suggestion of the general : Increaae In attendance last free addre." Other eapenaes very. lOw",", .t'." iofoTnat L -T; .
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Opposite U. S. Patent Office$7 cars''willrhe'pnrcbased in'' order to % o o oc c cxx i'; .. s'y:"I
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:lector (on hia, way to cirneh'meetfngFa' EtKAP"SAN AWFUL FATE.A .

gamekeeper-Come,' my tbouseodtoudaer'1eoukr-nof. : express. : your correspondents : of. .
goed,fellow, how ia it I never Bedyou the tysI tirde.. ) J'VOx,or'JolleC

at church? JIl.! for her wonderful deliverance Iroro an : : and helps to give your ,!bus;: :
.; tliHra *i' "TVpboldx'pn! rtSn oo i.>ad :left
GamekeeperNellsir,- I draftwsh.to with a dreadful ougb,"abe writes, .>8om-. : I iiiess .,
'prestIge. ; /i
*. make, your congregation times bad .u hwl01. eonihlog appUaltbouab'

raaller.. .'... 1 would dlt. 1 ould get no help '
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rooH'UniiofB treatment orotber medicines : Printing' -
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you,'conld.> f Iowerm till: I used ilMpitbtS'wonderfulremedy l>r.i King's JCew Dlscorery. But for e Prices. -- t-.. t- t-'T

-.. .;'.GamekeeperWell, sir, you see,.if 1 aeareely-.oou,hat alt'aott. Quick and -
I Came",to church the'rest of the pars I safe;1U the moaC reliable of all throat and B nne>>"'t.r fia ::' : .
(fohjisrould! poaching.-London langltdhidlswp C"II" bottle"guarantees: .
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THIS MOTHER A DIPLOMA ,
Women r ,

tJ..k Dlrctrv. Never Hesitated a Moment With Sto-ry
M. B. Church Soo Preaching eves to Cover Up Little Son's
.t and ftrd /Sunday:: at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Disobedience. If weak, you need Cardui, -JOB
L. II. Chap lIe. Pal$Or. the woman's tonic. Cardul I.
Sabbaf.h School:: 10 a. m. W. N. Sheal. ,
Superintendent "When women get the vote I Is made from gentle herbs, .

Young Prayer Men's Meeting-prayer Thursday meeting nights.'J'ueadarolaht.l. know at least one who will be eligible ': acts in a natural manner, .-

Everybody cordially Invited. to a :first-class diplomatic aj- and,has no bad results, as PRINTING
Ointment," said a woman who goes
Baptist. Charch-Preaching every 2nd some of the strong drugs
and .bandar.:: Rev. Bazt rpastor. into town every day and amuses herself sometimes used. As a medicine
/Sabbath:: School:: 10 a, m., F. C. H&wISupertutensent. by watching her fellow traveler! :
-a tonic-for weak I
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nights. "The woman I have reference to, ,
Prayer Meeting Wednesday '
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continued; the observant commuter, tired, worn-out women, ,( ,, :
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Cardui has been a popular '. '
P..e. Dlr.e ory.Omcehours7:30s.m.to7r00 "stood on the railroad platform"atpoint 8 # -
? t> m.; etcept where passengers transfer fron success .for over 50 years. w Creates a good impression ; .. '
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electric to steam trains on the Long
East-bound mall closes at 10:20 a.m B 57 I among your 'correspondents
West-bound avail closes at 6:10 p.m. Island railroad. She was accompanied ta= :e .'
Mall from Vernon arrive at 10 a 10'1 by two little boys, one of when CARD and helps' .
and leaves on arrival of the east boun
mall. persisted in walking along the ex
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Sunday hours: 11:30 m., to 13:30 p. m., treme edge of the platform, in im i to give your business

Money Orders Issued at all hour when minent danger of falling to the track '
1 prestige. .
office Is open except i J Sunday, P tiC HELL P.1tI below. Honeyed requests,to 'Be care I The' Woman's Tonic ,

fnl, dear/ and 'Come back, Charlie,' I ,

Omr..a...... Us*, were met by an impish stare and [ Mrs. Lula Walden of

n B4JllUB: and Semi-weekly Atlant. absolute disobedience. The people I Gramlin, S: C, followed( g

Journal per year 91.75. who were watching were rent by th this advice. Read her letter We Do Neat .
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BA.SNKB: and Thriceweek New Yor fear the boy would come to harrr : "I was so weak .. Printing

World B4Jl5IB per: aDd year Seml-weelcly'Tlmea-l'n, C1.C5. ) and an overpowering desire to spank when I first began to take t-+-

n and Citizen, per year, 150. him. Finally, when he had just! Cardui, that it tired me to 'T At Reasonable Prices. ;

B ..IB: and Home and Farm per yea, missed falling on the third'rail, 8 walk just a little. Now( I

I1.8R.: man stepped forward and, taking can do all the general .
too the ..
'Charlie' none gently by
General DIrectory. shoulder, walked, him over to hit I housework" for a famUy'of .
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9. Try Cardui. for yourtroubles. '
; (OFFICIALS., mother. I r"der' '
: STATE. Jt may be the Give us your next -
to
mother-
Governor-Alber W. Gllcnrlst. "Then the rose heights .
r Secretary of State-B, Clay Crawford. that proclaimed her fitness for the very remedy you need. and we will give you perfect .

Attorney GeneralPark Trammel court of St. James. 'Thank you BO II1JItLQuLJILi thus .
t. much for him to she satisfaction
Com Agriculture, -B. E. McLln. bringing me,

'; Treesaer-Wm V. Hnottg' .. said sweetly. 'He has had a bad cold I FORMALITIES I IN PHRASE. making you one of our '
Supt, Public Instruction-. M 11 olio- for two days and it has made him to-
deaf. He hasn't heard a word I regular customers. '
way. tally "No, said the young woman, "1 ,
Compt.roller-A..O. Croom., I said/ Every one within hearing ,
will not recite that part of the Wending .
'' Supreme Court-Thol.,M. Shack:: leford distance gasped, and presently the ceremony in which .promise to : It,
Chief Justices, 3t. H. Mabrv Cler' *. train bore away 'Charlie' and his resourceful ." ; HTHE f
Railroad Commlsifon Hudson B'urr., mother." New YorkForrorenc.ultuv .. ,
"What's the difference? Mid hefather. ;
Chairman; & C. Dunn, Clerk. f & ,"If you find that the term .!I :!
L Judge first judicial'circuit-J. Emmett
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Wolfe FensacoUft ; tifiiBviea wnethiT<< tn- of the contract don't suit yoii'you

State Solicitor: first judicial circuit- duoed by violent exercise or injury, Cham can always call in a lawyer to bar ,
berlsln'a Liniment is excellent. This 1101.I them interpreted."
L. Wilson.
meut 's also highly esteemed for the rot lei It CHIPL'EY'BANNE-
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I affords In oases of rheumatism.-Sold by all
U. S.,LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS. ealers.. EQUAL TROUBLES."I t
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H.S.Chubb, Register Gainesville, Fla.
Shield/:: Warren, Receiver, Gainesville. went out motoring, and m;
... .i- HAD THINGS ALL ARRANGED car turned turtle" d Chipley, Fla. w I)

%' "You haven't got anything on me '
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ASBINGTON. COUNTY OFFICERS. t
Few Little Difficulties In the
Apartment .
I went rowing and crab. -
caught a
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Circuit Clerk-W.C. Lock'ey, Vernon. Building, bur Algernon
,County dae-.1. A, Hutchison Vernon. Was "on the Job." t. -1 %VV1l'MgY1i1VVViI'1: "* I
Hhej-lff-O. G. Allen Chlpley. ITS PURPOSE. qo

Treasurer-H.B. Tiller, Vernon. Mrs. Topfloor answered the front -
[far AssitBor-J..J. Williams. Chlpley. "That marriage war soon ended, '
door bell the other and
|hax Collector W. II.Gainer-Koonnna.upu : morning, was it 'not? li."hCil!! W--ltU1I Machinery '
|' Public IDBt.ruCt.loD-B.P Gainer found Algernon, the elevator boy,

UM.U.IVervlsor. .tandig.___.._.- '.n "llW"t1fJ; iuu .. (1.e.!: marri_ "or- We carry at fevl- warehouse,.408
$T ReJltf.r.rat.loa.I..' M. +. and aha' far and 410 East Bay St., a large atcc* of
alimony.
as, Grerfnhead. -. ..fattv r.r.i': come to tell you', Mis' TTopIoV mrml'Y' Portable and Stationary Engines;to-: ,
'olfelt.or,. w rid
Now Is the tune to !get your Boilers Saw-Mills, Planers, Edgera.:
Caruiichael, ; :
,,... Is workin' .ovah de pipes, an' is You will find Chamberlain's LID- Ls Saws Belting and Mill Supplies; also .
Thea. wonderfully etK olive. 'One tpplioa- saw-will We also '"-- "
pine to restruct de hot water symp- ment ry > engine and repairs.
dere Ion will convince you r.ftu merit. TryH. handle the celebrated line of HUST.LER.TAYLOR.VANCE.AMRER
Caryvilla toms t'ro de whole house, an' "
for sale by All! Denier -
County Commissioners won't be no hot water today an'mebbe ... JCAN and DELOACH Saw Mlllr,
J. T. Ulghtower. Chalrmao,.Vernon. not tomo'ow; an' I 'vise yo', ERIE LEFFEL TAYLOR and
SOUTHERN Engines and Dopers, PERKINS Shingle Mill Machinery. Special -
A.C, GUbert Chlpley.S. ma'am, to dro' off all de hot water NOT THE WESTERN WAY. Stave Machinery Turpentine Plants. ,
Li. Davls.'Wausau. ro' wan's so you' won* be wifout it Large stock carried for immediate Shipment. Get our prlcea before buying.We .
1't': J. H. Porter Mlllvllle fro de day. Oh, no, ma'am, dey ain' "I have been reading all your eastern can save you money. A postal wilt bring our Traveler. f" ,
1>. F. Gunn. Santa Rosa.Scbool Gus Write for literature covering your special requirements. !J;
hoard jrwin' touch de col' water, on'y de papers-commented Grizzly '
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', G. B. Bush Chairman, Orange II III.i hot, but ef yo' t'ink yo'' wan's hot he three-fingered terror of the badlands JVlolstoy MoeHItiery: ; .

S. J. Gainer.SW Andrew. rater du'in de day, yo' bettah dro' "and I been a-tryin' to keep 408 61 410 E. Uny St. Jacksonville, Florida.. 'I} .
1 V! W. F. Ruts; Vernon.IIt ''nufl now to las' yo'. Yo' ain' got ip with the stories therein contained.3ut Long Dlatarto Tei.phon_ No. 874. ', '

-- no gaa in" you gas range? W-e-1-1, your sportin sections gets me. )
,L'1vY CITY OFFICIALS; dat am too baid. Mis' Rosenbergshe I: been a-readin' ,about these here f

,,Mfyor-A. D. Campbell.Robert. ain' got none, neither, an' she i\Ms; you all has back east.' Nine Here's a Good Slogan for

icilrk ftfirshal-John and Treasurer-W. W. (Jool didn' have no light 'tall las' night, times out of ten the paper states

C uDell-A. D. Carmlchael. chairman but de gasses man he at work blowin' The fight ended in a draw Thaf :

Duon.J R. McGeachy, C.. E.; Tharp : up her 'partmen', an' befo he goes what I can't savvy/ a Bigger and Better Business.;: .

Iv,. p. butler,Jr. ''way I'll tell him ,come r-a-i-g-h-t "Why not?" we asked. "When two 'OJ.,v
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should
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d "' straight up heyah. nen are equally why I.. ...,
i he fight not end in.a! draw?" DON'T BLOCKS THE ;WAY! yu'

The Banner NO RHUBARB FOR THEM. "I guess you Have diffrunt kind o1 ,----- -:;::1 I
in Out .here a ,
Ights your country.,
Move fast the tbef
This incident happened at as as procession move out. Take >
campIwhen :
Cleveland
1 ight begins with, a draw. '
a corporal, who was making up Plain Dealer. 'pace. of the company you are in or make 'way for1.the, ,man1;

Chipley Fla. ,the rations,' was approached by the behind.) : ti i. .'. -
tent orderly, who suggested a changein
HELVS A JUDGK" IN BAD FIX. I ,'; t '
should like to
Stardtfor the Upbulldinr ofcpf haTe the some dietary.rhubarb"We," he said. "You Juttloe Ill( Cherry of U1IIU Mill. Ten.in Don't standlin, the way.of ne v.id as., Don't pause in the 'i

T' have it," replied the corporal, waa palnly! worried. A bad sore on his leg path of better system.. Dont ee'ttie J "down Ion tbe ladder of '
y; may haul baffled several doctors and long reslsti '
with pencil and paper, then com all remedies .'1 thcupht tl was a Caner success Don't txe a'barnacle on the"ship of prepress. .

menced trying to record the order. ," be wrote. -At last 1 used Bucklen'i. .=
WashIngton, County. He began "Ru," hastily abandoningthat .rnloa Sulve,end was completely cured. ,
Change means Progresa'means advancement
., hrusiei proerress.
"Roo" 'tires burnes, I bolles uleersCllt.
for "Reu, and then put
end Florida; IInd piles, :25! cents at 8. E. McOeachj.6O .
and "Rhen" respectively. Thorough'ly
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Advancement means movement. MOVE! i iDONIT
exasperated at last,-the corporal YEARS

Subscription $1 i Per Year. exclaimed: "Rubug be blowedl I EXPERIENCE .
BLOCK THE WAY! ,
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'" '. THE DICAJIIONt5 OF'rII lC.HV: AMP;
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14' We.nuke a Specialty
are mosqultos. As they sting they put dead .
: '. Neat, I r malaria germs in the blood Tnen follow TRADE MARKS CURTIS L. JONES. A B. CARMICHAEL I
-; belay uhl ll.aud the fires of fever. The apatite De.IONSCO..VRIGHTS
ArtisticCoxntnercial flies and the strength fails; also maInc Ac.Anyone Notary Public State at Large. Attorney at I .'.1,11, and Inn may
Mtidtnc a dMcrlpt -
,- .Coueottonsa8peofalty
olt tbe for de.Ul"tphoid ..
n pavos war quickly uoertnlii our opinion fr *wh.lb.r urn I ; _
Printing > But ,Electric Bitters kill and cast Uon InTwitlnn urlatlroonndentlal.I.prohnblr Pt.1t"J.MpOID5I"1'HANDBOOK on PaUmUMnt ut the malaria germs from tbe blood. give fr_Oldest .ever for MourtnCMtonW.Pnt .
nu taken tbrouith Mtinn Co. rxMtrepwrtoi will have
JOu a flue appetite aDd renue your strength. ( natk.wlthont cbanro.tb. my care my prompt .

'After yell, of long Lucams luft'erlolwrote, N. C./: '"three bottlclttrc.veall Wm. fret- Scientific JlmtrliUI.A ).. attention.- Fees reasonable. [D J. 3 oNES, ,'. :',

The Banner the malaria from my system and I've ahktlon tiMdwrnoly of nr nhttotrat.eot mlantiaa Jour.wMHy.) Lwrr.etetr-f Can be found at Post Office, ,. ,
ba4 good health ever slurs" Best for all jfri t not month SL. Bol< bf all eewed.al.l XUolI'n7.At.'Law, '.
,( .tomacb, llrcr and kidney Ills.BO ots. ati. & Co."'' tw'.NewYorkBrwutli Wausau Florida ,
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.Official Returns GiveUnderrw4 Friday, May 17, 1912 Why Does Not Mr.Holloway .

ii'' A. M. C. RUSSELL, JR. "
7 86i Majority
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4tJDe1egates Have Been. Elected---OthP& The returns from the first primary ---'

indicate that W. M. Hollo- -

j to Be Chosen Next Primary. way present incumbent and W. i Editor Pensacola Journal:

', ; P: -: = ; N. Sheats will have to contest in My attention has been called to an advertisement in the inter-

the second primary for nomina- est:: of W. M. Holloway:: which contains a letter written byone'Rev.-
Important Be Sent to
That Undrwood
Friends of
,'r tion tor State Superintendent of J. Edgar Wilson, who appeals to the Methodists of Florida, to

11. .,:Baltimore, I : to Carry Out State's Instructions. Public Instruction.! Believing vote for a Methodist for public office. .

Ii I ,;;<\\I'.;" 'j(,:,;' ... ..-. that the former is the better of Mr. Holloway twists this letter into an" indorsement of Mr.

,j :.... The.complete tabulated returns of the State Executive Com- the. two men for the place, 'we Sheats, and then proceeds to protest against the injection of relig-
;' will have to support him. ion into politics and charges by inference thatthe friends ot Mr.
Un-
I 1l'! ., mjjteeor.the Presidential preference, shows that Oscar W.
.a :> I The News does not care to sup- Sheats are trying to use the power of the church to elect Mr.
derwood of Alabama of votes over Goy.i.Wcpdrow
majority 7,861
received a ?
: who will Sheats State
port a man low Superintendent.
stoop
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\ .";rr ; Wilson of New Jersey. This is a most flattering testimVnial -
as to publish a lie broadcast over Why docs not Mr. Hollo way say that this letter was written
,,! touthis.GreatChiefManpf i w bp }>as been ac'claimed
: p mofl.cra. ; cy, the state, when he absolutely and. is dated before the first primary; that it was written in the interest -
leader in Congress
north and south the. greatest floor
"; as i knew the statement is untrue, of Mr. A. M. C. Russell]], noV deceased, who was a memberof
is this true when itistaken'into
;::;J.i91.theo'De mocratic Party has ever had. Especially
!( Wilson just for the purpose of defeatingone the Methodist Conference, and was a candidate in the first primary -
; of New
Mr.
i : consideration that friends of
of bis ?
-" :': Jersey have been active and aggressive in Florida for the past. opponents. We refer
to the statement published be- Why does he try to fasten this letter onto Mr. Sheats when
While Mr Un only been candidate for Presj"dent }-
irf erwood' has a
......; : year. fore the last primary that there the letter was not written in Mr. Sheats' interest all, and when
:| a'few short months d.i 'Florida was only in- "
t i : a, i.f9JP'gljJ.ln:\ were 22 log school houses in Her- Mr. Sheats knew absolutely nothing about it at all? Mr.. Sheats
///J augurated about a month before the nrsi primary. Never beforett'in'tbe
i nando county. There hasn't assures me that he never saw! it until appeared as an advertise-
i "history of the wondertul victory been won
: state has such
I ,,._ : {.> r any.candidate.: been a log school Bouse''' in that ment by Mr. Holloway.The .. "

'" : of county for some 16 years. As! letter does not mention Mr. Sheats nor does Mr. Hollo-
l ) : : Following closely upon the result In Jflofid 'U\e people'
,. ,G4orgia'spokethrough their primary and gave Underwood a ma- tar: as we can see, Mr. Sheats has way's advertisement charge directly anywhere that the letter was

..f ,'rv'ftiority:K i of over 13OOCf over Mr. W.1o n, adding twenty-eight; s to been the only candidate for this written either with the .knowledge of Mr. Sheats: or ton his bene-

.." -rifehis# column. About a week ago Mississippi held a primary and. place who so far, has slung mud. I fit. Mr. Holloway carefully avoids making a direct statement,

.... Underwood defeated Wilson there by three to one adding 20 We do not believe that such a : but'he does by inference attempt to fasten this' appeal to prejudice -
"more_ 'Alabama: bad already spoken giving her twenty-four votes. '
has candidate man should be elected to direct onto Mr. Sheats when he knows, or should know, that such
..4-:Verily the south is waking up, she decided that she a -
(""' 'of her own who is eminent,worthy-and distinguished enough the interests of the school child inference is absolutely false. Why does Mr. Holloway or bis

? :, to offer to this United Country ay 'her'choice for'the' greatest of- ren of this state, and for that friends, try to deceive the people into believing that Mr. Sheats

'? fice in the whole world. Other southern states.-.Virginia, Ten- reason and because we believe had anything to do with this letter at all, or into the belief tbat it

: : 1 nesee, North Carolina and South Carolina- some of these whose Mr. Holloway is fully qualified to was written for Mr. Sheats' benefit, when the facts could be so
r'.o delegates will be uninstructed, will undoubtly add to his strength ,
....and before the National Convention 'assembles in Baltimore on hold this position, will vote for easily ascertained?
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.t;;::VJnne, 25th Underwood will have 'at least 150 to 175 delegates.,; the latter. I quite agree'that this letter by Rev.Mr. Wilson is altogether

i, fkj.,:.-:: The State Committee 'in canvassing returns for Delegates to Mr., Sheats with all his brag- uncalled for and out of place, but why does not Mr. Holloway tell

4';-' the National Convention found that in' the 3rd Congressional' ,; Dis- gadocia, held ,this position for the truth about it?

'r< strict Mr. Frank Mayes of Pensacola and Mr. J,' F. Griggs ot twelve years, and was succeededby We have had one experience with Mr.,Holloway, in which by .

:::1,'. palachi ola, were elected delegates' 'from that district. These:: Mr. Holloway who has now means of a'forgrd letter he defeated an honest' man for office; is
gentlemen.whilc expressing'tbeir personal preference for Woodrow -
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Wilson have come out like men declared that as Florida had been in nearly twelve years. he now trying to do the same thing by equally disreputable

\ ':':'::? 'expreased ,preference for Underwood they would stand by The schools of the state have methods

>;;him.i injbe ConentionTbe: ; Court mjttee, found that only two of made splendid progress under Pers'onay]] I have never been a partisan of Mr. Sheats, but '1
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'. :: the many candidates for delegfate's-a't-large' received sufficient Mr. Holloway; and we believe be cannot remain silent when so unfair and so untruthful an adver-

;i1-Christ: should; be re-elected over Mr. tisement as Mr.Holloway is now publishing appears in print.

'''':''.''selves openly and above board in favor of Underwood and-' they Sheats. We expect to vote on Such methods ought to be rebuked, and! 'I'\,hope they will be on

I ':;:>,1 will go tothe Convention an enthusiastic and earnest supporters ;May 28th for Mr. Holloway] and May 28th. ,

) Vof;, 1 Florida's] ; choicer J we hope the majority of the vot- Before closing- this communication I desire to call attention to

ffiNone: of the other caqdidateti received a majority.... the eight ers of the state will do likewise, the fact.tbat in the late primary every educational center, where
'J:;, bigbest i will have to run in the'next primary *" and thus forever consign Mr. : colleges are located, and in counties like Alacbua) ,' Bradford, and
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I ',Vv-rIn the First Congressional District there being so many candidates Sbeats to the shades of oblivion Leon, where both Sheath and Holloway have lived and worked as

I '"":; for delegates no one wad/elected, therefore the four 'highv i and put the stamp of disapprovalupon teachers and superintendent of schools Sheath received large ma-

.., ;.est,. will have to run again, twp,,if. whom are to be elected.. mud-slinging! especially as jorities. In Leon county wnere Holloway has lived for the past,
-- '. In the second Congresluo l District the condition exists
same
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593 and 233.
far as the school interests of our : eight years, Sheats received Holloway
/ the four highest to .
run yln.
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twojoj
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fair state are concerned. 'rhe vote? in the state was Sheats, 21,016; Holloway, 19517.
It.so happens and fortunately too-that in each of these Con,
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in connties. Sbeats carried
31 county
Sheats led Holloway every
'.t gresaional Districts, two of then "'cntle"en.wJ1q.were candidates Vote forPollowoy.., I
tare outspoken and avowed)supporters of Underwood. For the in which he nas ever lived; Holloway lost every county in which

., _-:./ ;;State-At-Large. are four Candidates; Wilson an.eq.apJd: four he has lived.
tandldate8: whoVare strong supporters, of) Underwood. NO REASON FOR IT W. A.. RAWLS.

'. '. The people will therefore have an opportunity of completing ---
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'. ,:;.Florida's by caref1ltselectanft delegation.! ,to the; those- candidates:delegates in,; the next who primary are- When Chipley Citizens ShowA .......$........ ..........

.', in'sympathy with an earnest advocate; ,of the men for whom way. .
Zy ,the same people have expressed so 'decided. preference i in the There .can be no reason why any '
'\\t: ..last! primary.- reader of tnls who suffers the' tortures

t !t.1; "'. It would be a marked coincidence! ajnd entirely unnatural and of an aching back, the anoyanee of uri Wire Fence-.l
t' ..,+out; of- line with the sentiment if the State of Florida should send nary dl80r
. ?t: :leteaate<< Baltimore wbo.are not sup| rters of Underwood. of kidney 111* will fall to heed the
words of who has found
j. 'l l: It thus can' be seen that great car Jed to be taken by the a neighbor re- ,
48.
'. lef. Read what a Chipley citizen .
f ,;voter:': when be marks his ticket on M y 28th to carefully select o ,I ---r'--
4r;and vote for: those: candidates who ca be depended; upon to.r. says: sra
I Nrs. Nanoy Richards, Second St., -
r ymain. > 'true. to Florida's standard Beareila Chipley, Fla., say: "Doan' Kidney ((1 30'
to the ticket handed the electors 1 '
i, looking over as they ill be ; 'ills rid me of kidney trouble three ,
'.r."-: years ago and the cure has been per- e \\ 21J
i :'\: i manent. I gladly re-endorse this rem- $ I fill .
**-., In the second Congressional l Dist ict,Mr. B. C.: Abernathy oft edy.. I had been In poor health quite

V':,:\Orange: : and Mr. Robert E. Davis of A cbua are the two Under-. awhile and I now believe that It was 4UillI- 11\\',

,' .' *wood candidates. all due to week and disordered kidneys -
: ,g.1;;:; For the State-at-Large Dr. E. S. ( 'rill'of' Putman' Mr. Frank ; There was a.constant pain in 1llJJ1lillJ., .

Harris of Marion; Mr, Edwin.D. Lam right of Hillsboro and Mr. the small of my back and I was very -, --.................- ,-r.v.-- ....-...........+-...--.------.,-
.. J i 13x8.: ,Williams of Escambia! 'are on't Uiderwood..tRcket. All of I nervous and subject to headaches. I e
i I,' th se-gentleme'n'toted in the last primary for"Underwood for slept poorly and what rest 1 did get .

: 'President, and worked for him in ,their respective sections of the did not refresh me. I heard so much : Just a word Farmers and Fence Builders:
,w state.. Their opponents worked and voted for Wilson. about'Doan's Kidney Pills that I decided I

I : cannot be possible that the people of will'reverse to gjye them a trial and got a
.j:; fjjtfIt Florida
,themselves on May 28th and give their votesfqlr the aypjwed sup- box. have much to be thankful for : Having made a deal for Ten Car Loads

'. Jrporters of the defeated candidate in Florida, Gov. Wilson of New This remedy lived up to all the claims e
.' :Jersey, when they have previously recorded themselves, by so made for It', correcting my trouble." : of the Best American Steel "'Wire Fence we

"'i ,. feoverwhelrningly, electing the National Leader of our party today, For sale by all dealers, Price 50 :
<, Oscar W. Underwood of Alabama. Yet it can be'readily under- cents. Fo.ter-Milburn Co., Buffalo, are position to make' you better prices

.. ? derstood'that'this condition aY'fes' It.QnleJa great fare is taken. New York. sole agents. for the United 0
gin:; the ballots. States.. than ever before. e

'M., .. Give,Underwood a square deal in this matter. Florida hassaid Remember the name-Doan'-and .0
sou" she was for him; let Florida Bend his friegdi'tp Baltimore) : to ake no other.NOTICE Be sure you see.us before, buying wire
I help him, not his enemies, not those who worked against him' :

not' his enemie], not those who.worked against him when he won FOR PUBLICATION. : elsewhere.. It means money saved..
on April 30tb.. tfs the opponents'of the alloyed mentioned candidates Oeparl-rent of the Interior, ,
: did. Don't send unfriendly bands ,and unsympathetic U 8. Land. Office at Gainesville May t. 1912., ftlorld EJI

J icartfl to work against him. Vote for the true and tried Under- Notice U hereby !given that George W.
fwood.men. Don't regard the t of the candidates for Del- Hsrrnll. of Fountain, }!Florida who. on Chipley Hdw- Co. I
t homestead
Entry
quaiitiOs March 13, 1911, Dade
,'I legate: regardless!: of any good the, Wilson;candidates for Serial No.08224. for EX of NESS, :1.WM
}t J Delegates possess. Consider on)y "Is he for Uunderwood for of NE ( and NE ( of- WSf, Section 12,
;..' ;:prelident"Let's may see that every delegate from Florida at Baltimore Townahlu Meridian north has Range died 13 notice wet of TallaiM8e intention .- ........G................

-"!'is'a'man whom Underwood can rely on and not send people there to make Final! Commutation proof totablisb
! instructions and perh'apa vote for Under-; claim to the land above described .
:v" cjfwho; would carry,oot your before the Clerk of the Circuit Courtat IRA' A. HUTCHISON
;::wood a few times and then leave him in the first opportunity when Vernon Florida, on the 13th day of DR. R. E. TILLER. at Law.

d I '"';. (ithey thought there mighfbe some chance for 80 choice; who is .June 1912. Frank DENTAL SURGEON Attorney
Claimant names as witnesses: .
H-i; -;'not Florida's choice. Send as Delegates men, wHTwSl.Mhonorof uphold the Taylor of Compass Lake; Florida. Will Office at Vernon Fla.
, Ji.f Florida and who will unceasingly and 'eiv' :lz 1 ework Taylor Angus McQuanne.! Oelrld McQiiacge. Chipley. Florida
choice Oscar W., Alabama of Fountain.FiorI la. Wilt practice In Circuit Courts of
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I', :: for.success of Florida's Underw Hoary ti. Cbubb.
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! -. ', ''I I"'i lor.Presideni( :' ; of the United States. .; Ed fee.paid Register. Office over First Nat'l Bank. Florida and the Federal Courts..

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]] Personal. [ The Chipley commencement High School' Closed.exercises, ] Town Topics.Filth IT j .;,, ,' 3ak.Sar' .

of the Cbipley High School, closing the
flies flies for
for the
Schedule of the 1911-12 session, was held
Kill them both.
at the school auditorium Wedn< '" fever. i ; ',gd ;
B. C. Q St. A.. RAilroca U. C. V. helda j
day Thursday and Friday evenings Camp McMillan,
Effect!** March U. 191) here Saturday. .
meeting .
Train No.1. TralnNo. !S of last week, and the attec -

Going South. .n."lon Going Nonh. at these exercises was very large.; I J. J. Barrow of.the Sexton sec .,
lv. 11:00 a.m. Chipley 5:00 p.m. Ar. in the M ilCb ?
visitor
evening was devoted tion was a busines I
11:33 a.m. Wausaii t<:27 p.m. Wednesday .
"" 12:015 18:03 p.m.p.m. Ureenhead Riverside 4:00 3:54 p.m.p.m. ".... to exercises by the pupilsthe ot city Thursday! I ," ',/;,",""' .

18:48 p.m. Vicksburg 3:13 p.m.T.v. primary department and 1 the One more week for the candidates I Can handle your business ash7dn 1"w n
3:00
At. 1:00 -Southport ; p.m. .
p.m. to '
themselves in the second primary I .
youngsters acquitted jiJ; ; '
L their work of votegettingThe hen t mss Jt'.,::.,,:,\;
with credit. get in I times i are good and money,"ens; I 1h" .",.
J. A. Brown of Pensacola, was t'
evening the upi1s weather fine last I ( r'J)
ot the visitors here Saturdi Thursday was : "
one 'r
doubt tight u' 'eh ,e: .I ,
farmers! no and y
of the intermediate grades ave week and the I are hard money ,
J. T. Gilbert was in from the' which was used the time with telling'effect. I ,. If,', '' 'ir';, h.' t .".' ..,. yt
their .entertainment,
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...,' Hill Saturday and spent the day. business coone olW-wJtn ia.M' .,: ": .e: ti
oi need of a '
is the date I '
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much appreciated. Next Tuesday 'r' Tf:;;: -"'"";'"""'' '*" "* "
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Uncle Worley Sowell was ming- be sure togo | '*:' $ :
Friday evening was graduation the second primary; I 'I rlr rlre'er

ling with friends here Saturda night.and one of the eventsthe f to the Polls and cost your vote\ Big Strong and ReliableBalil.! ,' '.. r 'a.

R. E. L McCaskill DcFuni; evening: besides the deli.ve -W. M. Toomer made a speechon w.....". \ ':j. '

.transacted. business";ere Friday ing of the diplomas, was the address .the street here Tuesdayafternoon Do your banking business andinate: :: your".cte.ft.; : : .::": ;,

shaking 1 R. Walker of in behalf of his candidacyfor '
P. L. Horne was of Dr. Lynn strongestBankq : .P .
bands with friends here Saturday DeFuniak.On congress. with the ; 1 .V. ,
Palmer college,_ good ,., : y
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the whole--the 1911-12 term L'Engle and Toomer are making ","" ,"" .:". ''''' h-'\. '' .
to win out on the Count t 4< ;. ", "';:;: ,
fierce fight Washington : =
J. V. Freeman of Tbomasvill, of the Chipley High School was a -
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for 1r.i.. Jh' "
28th insu. for the nomination =. I : I
here bus '
Ga.,' spent Friday on very successful and the fac'l1ty':
and pupils are to be congratuh congress at large. h

ness.W.. F. Armfield"' of- Bonifa; ed on; the work accomplished. > R. U. Harrell has again gone i The First Nati., wy o X iii Bar k- i,
... into the Livery business, and is fy
in the city -- "
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business visitor -- V--*- ',' ; ;\, :.
was a ; ,; :;,7 t'/
located at the same old stand on .....;.:r-1,.... ,., ", -'. ,. .
Saturday.W. Fire Bugs at Millville. '! : ," .' .( '
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railroad street. of Chipl ey..T.V"; ; ,' .1, ''.: ,
H. Fuller was up from .': ", '. '
Quite a sensation was caused Everglades ;_ : % :,. : .' ;,
in the .
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Vernon and spent the day bere Growing sugar cane """ 1/.f.Ii./ .. .,- \ -' ,
at Millviile last week when it was: with convict labor eliminated .,. .
Saturday,. ,1' '',V .f' .. '.
store of 1 W. Milton from the : '': "
the "
that Mr. gubernatorial ;
Attorney J. M. Sapp spent a discovered L. Watson had been set on fire. race.says the Volusia ,...........,.................IO.,.........'.......,. ..,...........
day or two first of the week i in and bad it not.been discovered :as County Record,

Pensacola.D., early as it was, all the business J. A. Sims of Bonifay was one 5 or 6 doses 666 will break any Rub-My-Ti tn, lvill cure yon..+i) ,
J. Abbot of Notaaulga", .was part: of that little city would have visitor in town Thursday.Mr. S
of the Cote
been burned out,as all the buildings case Of Chills & Fever; it acts on All sizes*' of Glass'at Dun s
visitor
business lard
one of the Sims he killed his
was says, -
the liver better than Calomel, and
here Moneay. are wood and close togetbe hog about three weeks ago. The man, Ca.'
and practically no water prate 'does not gripe or sicken. 25 cents
about 700 rom
from hog weighed poundsand Get your, ee4'Stu f # Wrr-
June McGeachy was up tion. .
Y.
it be made 276 poundsof --- M
from "
Panama City and spent a day or S. F.. Moore, Ross Phillips and LIAMS&.IIEI.loN'fl .- yf .
two last week. i little son of Robert Knoles were lard. See Skinner & Sharren before -. See''Du nl Coletlien! Co.: #ot t K;

Miss Henrieva Patten left Saturday arrested for the offense and.giv. The rural Letter Carriers' selling your green hides. They fishing Tackle.'A'> '' ( ;; 'w l**?O* T

for' en: a.preliminary trial, and upc sociation of West Florida will will pay the highest market.
for Apalachicola. a the evidence submitted, Moore bold a meeting at Marianna oh price in cash for them. $: See that"l:50vBrogan: Shoe atWIL.TAMS
visit with relative.F. and: Phillips were bound uve'ere Thursday May 30lh. All carri- ;.I" & ;Hsi roN's. '

..M. Russ,candidate for cour.ty comtritted to jail'at.Verne ers. and postmasters are invited Chinamel, the. furniture; Stain,
'. treasurer, was mingling wit The Knoles boy was released. to: .be present. A splendid program I Herrick Refrigerators Kyamze, at Dunn Coleman Co. "
the voters here Monday. .. .. has been arranged for the the best. Samplesin _4.. '
are '
meeting. Williams & Heiton'' have a love; ;
R. C. Horne was up trom Lyn The negroes of Chipley celebrated'May Stock. ly line of Laces and Embroidery
Haven and spent a day 'or two 20th-Emancipatio What'about' a Fourth of July i W. J. SCHE !tl, and the prices lowdown,. tool:y
having an excursion 1 to in this ? I, ,
with his family last week. lay-by celebration: Cbipley year '''-'. r
3oetba, on the B. C..& St. A.rai. Don't all speak at once; but don't I
C. C. Johnson and wife ot Vernon road, where, they had ,big picnic you really think it would ...be a lam ha J i z Ice in Chipley.again.this l season'rfi!i ":":,::" .
passed through town Sunday % ... idea.to have Let us
STood one. appreciate patronage and promlse'l I
I will your
enroute to Pensacola.J. bear from abeut it; we will I. andprompt; >. 0, .
you tbe.jsanfe \ treatment ; ;

I. McKeithen, one of th You Are a Democrat eglad t to publish short com, !ICE I ( ; 4I you attention. .bVve always _given you here afore'. ::.,...,..;.......p.: ,''-t, :,."\.-.*
farmers of Holme tnunications on the subject.! ::: ".t.$ 't "

Valley prosperous, was in.town Saturday. You believe deal.PlotIda. in fair.play .and a One of the gasoline lights at rr'A.. B N.0,'"(1i, .. ... '..' .:.', ...";',,E,: "t'I\" :

iquare I ti O'clock Sundays! :%? .. w' >.:.*,
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Editor Stokes of the Graceyill : Has declared lor fhe school auditorium (went on a ,? : '" ,:.ii1': >...
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advertiser was one of the visitors Jndet-wood for Pr-eslderi 'jamboree" Wednesday night, '7''l'' : : '):.;,.-.i"A.'"
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but for the of mind r :.X" .. ,
here Monday, enroute to Ma ind oresence '1<(:.. I
Delegates are yet'to be elected ,of of BEE .., : ,1'; ,
rianna.L. and cool-headed some -;-;, : ::1 ,,
Don't you tbink. 'fiust and fair hose: present a stamped would :Ei:, ;. '' ". -, I'j/' ,J..v. ', >"V U, '
D. McRae and wife are theprou'd to send'Underwood's friends aelegates have occurred inwhich many' : OJ1.S: SKGE .
parents of another boy. National Con- would undoubtedly have been in- ., -. ',,'" ..,". I "I. '.\ : .,. .
) to .the 1'J' ,,
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smile that : .
won "
Me. now wears a We not there but -. '
ured. were ::>
ention. .... .JI.OIIC 10..: >I"t "j''
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off.Circulation ," :
come ve are told that the auditorium _" ;: :: (:'" -J -* '
Below is a list of the Under crowded to its utmost capacty :: : befor'eHhefcook' ':;'" .
vas
manager Herridei and ,the:09pds' will be there \ -
rood candidates-Democrats who< the aisles being filled \ < -
-' : even '
Pensacola Journal spent a .
of .
day the or two. here last week. in the cau be depended upon to honest) with chairs. Wherever there isgathering kindle ,a fire. in the\stove. Try us. :"' :;j; ."t' .< .

.;. interest of his paper. Iy faitbtully-carrv out the Instructions a i should not of any be kind overcrowded the building Rri-NE Ac SI-IAR:, ON.. ';';; :'':

of the people of this ,'': : ., : jIt-- .'
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; Mrs..F. C. Wilson and Mrs and all aisles and exits should be t '
'. ,.Q. ::r Dauiel-attended the commencement State as expressed in the recent free from obstruction. Market MAxt to Banner. ..OfficeV r ; .;:" "-

,.....,,...11.-41'-. exercises of Palmer rimary. m .-.. .-.... ,. .
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College at DeFuniak this weekBert .. '. 1". .:. ,
How to Vote the Stralaht
Davis a student in the .1
State University at Gainesville,, Underwood Ticket. -
"S returned.home last week and was I Find these names and make ai

given a hearty welcome by hit: X mark before each on the of

friends. ficial ballot. want to ow..ico.u
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we :
' Dr. P. B. Wilson of Sqeads,
For Member: of National Demo ,
was here a few. hour Tuesday ., :
morning, haying come .over for cratic Executive Committee. : _________.______ ____ ,
his automobile, which' had been (Vote for one.)

" here several weeks. E. S.MATTHEWS' fFo I The Greatest Line of Screen Doors; and rtWincl6w' \ t

._ Rev. Lnn R. Walker :of De- to National Democratic :: ; ,

;, and Funiak delivered was here the commencement Friday night i Delegates Chnvention, Ever Rhown Here. Fine, 'Front" .!, Doors,''ii ,;,Sash,' ,. ,and, ) !..'
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address at the closing of the State-at'Large4. ?
l' arid '
. Chipley High'School; (Vote for four.) Sash Weights. Kitchen Sinks, GalvanizPipe., \ .
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DR. E. S. CRILL .J. !!; ..." 1' ," "

'., J.-M.officer.Simmons-, was county up from'registration -his- FRANK HARRIS Pipe. Fitting. :-";., :r; ,: -'.>.: :-:,;?.,;,,' '.,\,,.:.-; ..:.,'V"... .irFISHING .

"-= .home at Greenbead and spent EDWIN.D. LAMBRIGHTB. .. ; '3

. Monday'morning here night on business.and Tuesday S. WILLIAMS. .TACKLE 'THATS FIT, FOKJFISHINGThe > .


.' The Banner received an invitation &flOO RBW RD. Best Line of Fishing* Tackle :;Showi inChlpley '/
last week to be' present at .. ;
:1* the commencement exercises of) For any case of Gall Stones, Appencltls. .... *
: .which Fistula, Piles Enlarged Pros" '. ;, )I '' '
University'of {Florida Years. -v J :
in
;- takes the place May 26 to 28th. tate Glands, Stricture ,Uterine and Many /. ;: .;; : I ,
( Displacement., .
varlan Troubles, '. .
;." A. G. McQuagg, general manager Dl{charges; Tuberculosis l, Blood PolIIOQ :
of the Dunn-Coleman Co. I fail to cure with my new $5OOC ;
}," spent several days'in Mobile last chine now treating 100 people dally, Are. Lookirp 9i-yp0a.G
week attending the meeting of without the knlte or medicine.
r I ( the Southern Hardware Dealers No delay from business.. we pay rail- '
Association road fare and give free examination &iP :
2'
ra.1m
r Call at once. ELECTRO-RADIO CO. DWe onnColA. 1V

\ ,.J':- A.camp Veterans of the Sons was'of organized Confederate 6)4 Dauphin St.. Mobile. Alabama. llan OU:1t: ,j.J; .17.. .

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here Saturday with eleven char-

.. "'' ter1 members. Sons ,of all Confederate A big stock of Masons McQU\6'G! 'General,Jiil a_+lfer.

:.. veterans are invited to riiit Jars. at low prices.
: become members of this organization. -
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