The Chipley banner
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 Material Information
Title: The Chipley banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: C. Tharp & Co.
Place of Publication: Chipley Washington County Fla
Creation Date: August 1, 1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Chipley
Coordinates: 30.779167 x -85.539167 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024681
oclc - 33427638
notis - AFA6585
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System ID: UF00075891:00314
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Succeeded by: Washington County news (Chipley, Fla.)

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Vol. XX. fchlpley. Washington. Count-yvFlorJda.. August 1st. 1912. '.No. B .,

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Of Qu.Rli" Grocerico;&. Items of especial interest to ,

4 -wS Women who appreciate Style ,

and quality...to say. nothingof ., r 1 I

When For a Meal You Have a : Guest extraordinary, value. ,

Reduction in Prices Uuntil AugustJQtli. "' -

You will want to Serve the Very Best!'

1 x I Linen Dresses, were 'worth $6.7.5 to $9.50'S5 */ \' }rI
U THE KIND WE SELLs Reduced to '- .'eJV/
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A Fine Meal is Half the Entertainment.' .White Lingerie Dresses, embroidered and 85 J.OO "
lace trimmed, to $7.50
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a0003 oacia oc>l oc.> ciroooo vocal oooooo laocaooaocao ooonoc :t ooc>,oo a c' ootooa.. Voile Dresses, were worth $9.50 to $12.50"" 'OO f\\ or
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,. TRY THESE---THEY'LL PLEASE! .' >' have been reduced '. qJQ.VJ/ I
.;.ooooOo> :7>ooca ocraaooaar.>tooo omovvoooo3OoaOowc>CCOO oooo oi aa ovoo a o :..oCJOOO.oo. t Silk Are Dresses, were .priced $10 t'o'$15, S CO> /.f\f\ ,
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Meadow Gold Butter. Dried Apples & Peaches : Up to $4 Lingerie waists : 82.25 .r a 1

Fresh Bread Dried Ham Reduced to. .

Ch' Canned Peaches ;; j. .. Ladies Waists, were priced $2 .
f d. ; ':" '' ,$1.25
Pure Coffee / :' Have been reduced to i\
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-..: Fesh Cookies and Cakes High Grade tea now ? 75c. -
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-.Jh.one.17 W. SCHELL Chipley, Fla ;. Ladies Muslin Underwear, reduced, prices r

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Uncle William Gainer Dead. Realizing the benefits of such Notice to the. Picture Loving Public., Misfortune and disaster hap Boat Schedule at Southport.The .

The sad news reached here advertising: Panama City St. Andrew Owing to the greatly increased pen always. Every year chroni- B. C. & St. A. Railroad

. Sunday afternoon that. Uncle and other points on the bay iuterest in' my KUDZU business cles some of them; but the year have made arrangements .with .
:William Gainer ot Econfina, had are having' Felix, the scenic artistto Pleas' Studio will be closed from 1912 seems to have been fixed Tiller & Blackwell to'run their

passed.to his eternal reward ear paint a large sign 10x30 feet August 5th to'September 15th.C. upon by fate as one to be made boat in connection with the B. C. I IVI
ly that morning. in size with an attractive bay .- h;. PLEAS, memorable in the dark annals of train, and" you can make prompt '
seen and advertising matter' for suffering and calamity. We know connection for point
-Th!venerable Mr. Gainer was _. Chipley, ;Fla. any on" the
not oAly one among the oldest the towns coniributing to the expense ... .. not what of evils the remaining bay.Going '
also of the sign. This !sign' months may bring!:, but if they north this boat will ,observe .. r
citizens, but was one .
among Get, fresh meats from .1'
will l be erected at the junction of your give us no more and the record the following sch el u1e. -
the first settlers of Washington Wells & Sharron. We sell it for Leave Mlllvllle : 0:30 'aim.. '
ou"nty; he was near 90 years old. the L. &-N. R. R. and the.B. C. cash. stands upon the quota of the Leave Panama City 10:1S anc.,4, r'C
rro the numerous friends of &St. A. R. R. here at Chipley. months that have passed, this Leave St. Andrew 11:00': a.tn.'.;
his and This sign will be seen and read The excursion to Wausau year will show more than its just Leave Lynn Haven 120 p.m.
the family, and to sons
Arrive Southport U:30: o.m.
daughters, and other connection 'by thousands of people every I Thursday night was fairly well I proportion of calamitous happenings Going South the boat 'will be '

,io% the family: we extend sympa- yean and such publicity is bound patronized and a tidy little sum .. in waiting on arrival of train,and .
realized for the benefit of "
to bear fruit. was
thy. there will be no delay.] .to
,'i". .. .. the Ladies Aid Society of the If you know or hear of an interesting R. F. SCARLETT .

:1: Wells & Sharron handle only People are sitting down on'half I Presbyterian c.hurch. item in your communitymake General] Manager, lrRIn...

,!tbc'vry best mets, and sell at, the opportunities in the world; The first open cotton' boll we it a point to see that it findsa ; -- Ie"t'y
: reasonable( prices tor cash. sitting right on top of them and saw this season was brought to place in the local paper.. We Dr. T. G. Yates, ".. ='
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.- We understand TIardlabor blaming the others when the A. Danley, county agricultural news you may convey to us. Will be in Chipley at Dr.Wilson's.:' ...>.: 'lO:
chance to get ahead 'lies] under ; ,
5 Abridge: has been completed so their n ses. And, that's the waya demonstrator; and was plucked The county commissioners and office the :First Tuesday in Oc- "- !'f''t;;
"travelers can now 'resume. their whole lot of us are fizzling out from the field ot George Corbin school board will be in regular tober, 1912. Consultation and "

:/journeys that way. teday. east of town. monthly session, Monday, examination free. ....
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I \. :, THE BANNER, Why Wilson Will Win. __._-

't'l' If the Democrats cannot elect
Woodrow Wilson they could not
,i At Chipis7i F1a.WAILTBR

W. 'ONB8, Bdlto. elect Weekly.No anybody. says Harper's Are you one of those

)Katsrad at the po.to Ice at Cblpley Fla.. a.s democratic national can-

MObad duw mall salts.8VBSCBIPTION. .. vass since Jackson's has been Inaugurated \ :

BATES: more auspiciously.The who have intended : I

y ora ntAB.ll.oo point of vantage may be f I

8ECMOKTH*,.. ..SOTHBKB summarized briefly as follows.A : .
44''' : MONTHS...n... '.25 !ned :
democratic year. The pea but who have not?. > < .

AdTcrtlsia ratM farnlubcd on application.ommunlcatlons ple are disgusted with the repub- ., ,
lican party and eager for change. .f, ,: 'I ,; .
It--v- ( on lira topIcs. especially -
of local Interest, are solicited. It. Disruption of the opposition.The ntin

; k y, of Is understood TBm BANIMCB however will not that be the responsible publish- difference of the two wings, Why not como and let us fit you'up in: t.4
for opinions expressed by correspondents. for the first time since the republican -' ,,
,5' Tu BANNKB wants a live representative party was born, are ir- one of those ELITE SERGE SUITS? ;, t '
; and correspondent at every postof ice reconcilable.An -
r', In the county and will 'make liberal arrangements
with the rfltr' parties. open and honest conven-

I tion. In marked contrast with We have them to suit everybody -, at. : J
; THLm.OA.Y. Aug. .. 191a.L f
,' the doings Chicago, there was ," >

at Baltimore no abitrarv actionon 'prices: ranging from $15' down to $9. J i

An exchange informs us that. behalf of one candidate and ," '" ..' s ; {

*,; { ; there are 11,463 practicing law- no suggestion of bribery in the ', ; "
yens in New York. No wonder Also HATS HATS alyourr -
interest of another. JHATS, ,,.:. .t
that wicked city i is visited by frequent .. .
The main issue. At last the ., -'f' -
*,!!", ''crime wave line is sharply drawn between .,'
own price..
your t .
excessive protection and a! "

irk' Because forth-coming testimony revenue tariff.. "l ', "- ; '

r' which would be sufficient An unpledged candidate. No- -, *> > j v i..' ,

cause for impeachment, ,Judge J, body pretends that Mr. Wilsonis > ':V; .

f r' C. Hanford of Washington has under the slightest obligation ., I

resigned, 'giving as a cause ill (?) to any man or group of men for ,' Campbell & Dekle 'Company.'
his nomination. I
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Elimination of bosses. So far ,)
Experts 'figure that the coming from catering to those accus-

presidential election will show at tomed to control, Mr. Wilson defied ,,III .
least 15,060,000 voters. The electoral I I
them. He had not hesitated the ground to repair and build from the hair dressing store. For screen doors and windows I f 1.'
college will have 532 s
j (: members
to denounce Mr. Murphy, Mr. back the building Mrs. McMillan Maiden who dressed with a.sensible see Dunn-Coleman Co. ; ":
'e: and the candidate
'' Sullivan, Mr. Taggart by name. recently burned. veiw,'arid just as dame nature .. ',.'
must have at least 267 ot them.
., His sole appeal was to public op- Rev. J. J. Robinson ot Duncan, intended them to. 'Give us Fresh Crackers every'' ;. h .

inion. a girl with her figure her own, .)'/', I
assisted tfy! Revs. Mathews and
One hundred and twenty mil week at Schell'sNOTICE
Independent support, Almost
: lion dollars fraudulently- secured McKeithen of Vernon,.closed last and fashioned divinely bynature :i '" .
with out that
exception power- alone. Feminine
;. I from' the American peopledu'rr ful public journals have already Thursday night at Bonnet Pond : FOR PUBLICATION. >:'. .
fiercer each oh give us the I
ot the most successful year
.t 'the last fiscal one pro Department of the Interior
year pledged the exercise of their utmost girls as they used to appear. U. S.:: Land Office at Gainesville Florida t
tracted Freewill Baptist meet-
swindlers through the U.S. mails July 20, 1912
endeavors behalf of the .
on One of those! twenty five years Notice Is hereby alven that Willie A.
ings ever held in this community
; according to a report to the Post- democratic standard bearer. Taylor of Fountain! Florida! who. on ,",
kind. No wonder the j
master General. Eighteen united with the church; ago men August! is, 1910. made Homestead Entry '
Moral sentiment. The wide- of that day sighed and pined. Herlal No. 07207 for SE# Section 14. I,
e seven by baptism, and eleven by 1 north '
One whose fair tresses Township Range 13 west, Talla
revulsion were
spread of conscientious
basses Meridian has filed notice of intention I
'' letter and tansfers. The Lord'sSupper
Florida stands fourth in all citizens against political depravity enough, without the addition, of to make Final Commutation I .
state as to the number of wage and foot-washing was administered make believe stuff. Give us the proof to establish claim to the land ...
which Mr. Roosevelt has tri- above described, before the Clerk of the
earners among the 48 statesnt'iitntb'in Monday night and a the day when the hats women Circuit Court. at Yemen, Florida! on the
ed with consummate skill to capi- wore were not the reason Chris- 29th day of:August 1912.
large d. From
( the number commun
value of prod- Claimant names as witnesses John
talize for his tianmen
advancement Over
own outside to who swear. our way W. Taylor. Lee Godwin of Sexton FlorIda
u'factures. one is
ucts of appearance
'ma Pretty now inures to the advantage of such a rare maiden steer-Yes, George Walslngham Uenry WatsIngham -"
good fora state which lay, dorm- Governor Wilson to the great relief not a member, the Lord was with give us the girl as she used to ap of Econtlna Henry, Florida.'a. Chubb "> I

r&IV.\ ant for'so'many,years. of millions who distrusted these people and blessed them. pear-Ex. Reg _" I
We hope. they may continue to
Roosevelt but knew not where ,

rivers Under amt the harbors'provisions of the else to turn.A grow that in much,number good and may strengthand be ac .....G..G..$ .G.........
bill which
recently vivid personality Mr. Wilson -
i>t' passed. the U. S. Senate, has demonstrated matchless complished. Rev. Robinson has : Sawn Timlber.
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not been in the ministry lone but \
the i state of Florida is given the power of effective appeal to the : .
sum of :1029000. Under this we are told he has a large follow-
masses generally, and to active I -
i bill all the leading rivers and harbors enthusiastic men in ing in this part of the county, and : For the best results-; '

S'w 1 in the 'state are to be im- younger par- has recently organized a churchat Ship Timber to fI
st:?' proved to'some'extent. ticular. This means 'that his Gap, Perch and Bonnet ponds. your e..:.f!
; canvas will be surcharged with .

.& the same electrical persuasive One On The Girls. Murphy-Morrison Co.
4' Aaii This Is True. energy which achieved his nom- I
"Backward, turn backward, oh
There is nothing truer than mination. time in U 326 Brent ','
your flight and give us a Bldg.
t'' the following, from the Ozark Such are some of the weighty
,maiden drrss proper and right. ',
Tribune. Read it and see" if it, influence whose tacit recognitionhas 2 JPcnsacola Fla. a
We are so weary of switches and ,
already induced a common
applies to Chipley .
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,' "Every little country village belief that Mr- Wilson's' is a virtual rats.peach' basket Bill Burk hat. clusters Wads of jute and ........... e..$..........,

has an ambition to become a
hair in a ,horrible pile stackedon
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trade center and boom city '
with a their heads to the height of a UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. Florida State College For Women

...(. no special natural features I Wf\USf\U. I mile. Something is wrong with GAINESVILLEA TALLAHASSEE
or geographical advantages.! Uu- But Inexpensive .
Superior for
the maiden
we fear. Give us the Collftireor Arts and Sciences Normal School, _
der such conditions, whatis Florida Young Men. School of Music.School of Art. School,
'' The weather is extremely hot. girls as thev use to appear. Four colleges, agricultural experiment station; sion School of Home Economics, -j** ....'
most needed'is
some enterprise Give University extension. 46 profuanorn and ....i.t. First class equipment throughout. Tultloi: ,
the girlies knew
we once, ant. 80 per cent Increase in attendance last free. Other expenses very lop, For Informatloi
on part of its local capitalists. Justice court hed here Fri- address, f'
was of yore, whose curls didn't year. Attractive buildinuH and campus. For L
They must make the first advance day by Justice Barfieid. i !catalogue address. A. A.MllRPHSEE Presides EDWARD,ONRADI. PrtftaXit.

in the uncertain field of de-
Rev. W. D. Oweus was in from ..
velopment. They must capitalize -
his farm and while
spent a :bat-::
it .. small factories and see that
they are kept employed. When

the local business is finally de- We are sorry to note that Aunt I

veloped and proves to the world Sarah Gainer continues very fee- DONT BE AFRAID

that they are successful then ble from a fall she had few weeks '. ITo

outside enterprise will be sure
ago.We .
a to step in and enjoy your pros- would judge Vy the quantity let the little one._ stand on the furniture

perity with you. Just like a fellow -, of freight unloaded here that

who finds a favorite fishing our merchants were doing a fine bought here. It isn't made.for that sort of pur- '

hole and catches fish, and all the business. > *"

"' the other fishermen who see I pose but it,will stand. it just the same; for our
i We are that the !school' under .
that he is catchiuewi11 drop d
i the management of Misses 'Es- furniture is made for service as well as looks. Y
hooks right by the side of .
ther Miller, Ida Jeffries and Exa :
,a the '' ,
'lucky fiisherman's. The :
t McQuagge is progressing nicely, J Liij It isn't made! merely to look at",but to be of
: business
men,of any town should I with 110 on roll.] *

1M; stop talking and hoping for other good use for years and years. ry ry1 ,
"to do something for their town. The ladies ot the Presbyterian ,- 1

They should'get together themselves church at Chipley came down on

--. and prove to the world an excursion Thursday night Chipley Furniture Company,
that they have a money-making and sold ice cream for the benefit

town.. No outsider will want to ot their church Railroad'Street. Chipley. Fla.

eft' ''fish in our fihinehole until we We see' that shingles, lumber

rS prove that be can catch fiish. and,other material has been VlacI. -



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Barber Japanese Hop Will Or...v and Spread Italy Has Two In Tripoli and May
I With a Persistence Nothing Employ Them to BombardConstantlnopla ,
Can Curb.

.\.H I I ..':-'Shop.JHp. I I Dear to the heart of the amateur Italy which was-the first nationto

I gardener is the asurance that a vine make use of aeroplanes in actual

.I : ; JHp Waiting. I Is "of rapid growth a strong an.. warfare, ia also the first to experiment : -

nual, valuable for co .-ghtly with dirigibles under the same

-3 Barbers fencesand_ other IU t affording conditions.

I :Z I a pleasant when The great boom in aeroplanes has : -A

{ ,r''"" to-Novi. trained up the side .. orch/* for a time at least rather, put dirigibles gsA I.L.

.. '., ;'-" Everything-Up-:- Yet a .vine may be. AC..d Clings; out of public favor. Besides, : __ _

'. .- '1'\ ; ..; '. Shave . .. . .. iSc.Ilalrcuttlnff ". and possess other attractive qualities, the mishaps that have wrecked almost % -
':;;$! -,;, 'J''" .,.. .. :2Sc., and still be one to be selected with all the Zeppilina built in Oer handsome new style in '
:. Shampoo: .. ....... 25c.
.1. < ,r. ,<':'..;>"1 Massage, .. ....". . 2Sc. much caution. The much advertised many have tended to make them un our Diamond Special Grade 0'0

,''y ": ';;\" hair. Singe, .. ... . 25c,- Japanese hop vine, either the plain, popular. For another thing dirigibles that will give the finishing $3. .

: : or variegated sort, is of a most insidious are too slow to satisfy the .
: ti Your'Patronage.
..: .:.:' :}. '., We Slicit! -. nature. modern craze for speed. touch to any costume. ,

'<. .",''\L: 1"1<. .l.t. Very Respectfully; As far north aa Lake Erie Its tiny But Italy baa sent to Tripoli two This is only one of our new patterns.

-I. ... ,," ;w":,., seeds, take harm from the bleak new dirigibles of the rigid type,
D. Peters, Propr. no
show his s-of
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< ..;' winters, and while your own initial which have been put together and your you

''* ..'(..:- sowing of them may have needed inflated. They are of over 5,000 cubic Diamond Brand Shoes. He should have

;1 \ '. {. ..,ii;,>* IU G H. ARMOR, coaxing, the self-sown are all too yards' capacity and has a speedof them in all at all prices for men

........, .j 'bout 30 miles hour.. grades, ,
..-'. .. :";.. \ .:.: DENTIST vigorous. They come up in a gardenbed an ,
*. ..".. Now credits the Italian balloonists well for women'and children.
.;//l: .i. -- paths, all through the grass, rumor :' as as
. kT4;;::;( :'/i-:: ':(Crown and Bridge" Work a Specialty. pushing out and twisting around with the plan of establish-
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.-" '--.' "?. ,1.. ': Omce. over Chipley State Bank.r cate annuals and stout perennialsalike. I a balloon depot, from which dirigi- Q jHOEAUKEIi'v'touu/

'f.' :;{jr-f :=.'t'y ------ The more you pull up, the I bles might make. raids up the Dar- THAN ANY
::::*. .io.: ):;:.. The New York; Worlcf more seems to come up. The persistence danelles and drop bombs in Con- OTHER AfA/TZMOPE HOUSE IN THE lyEST.FARQUHAl2
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; of self-sown glory stantinople
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vigorous of these too be difficult, the mark ia
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I. ; J''I:7.\ "strong annuals" to enter in and so large. It is said that the Italian MACHINERY CO.
.'l.\ ""; i.. load ,. ...TUU.V tdippr than It baa over possess .
:.d: .l =.J' hmm before!, and U Im: niad Its arrange your garden. The "blossom" of authoritea: rely greatly:> upon the 431 E. Bay Street,
I : .,;::" '_ -.'; inoHls ac Ordlnltly. Its newsaPrvlcecov Japanese hops being so very small moral effect the dropping, of these JACKSONVILL R, LORICA.a1"gest'8tock.
-, "1 V-rs the entire globe, and It reports every and inconspicuous no way resembling bombs would have.Mr. .
'-j; ; thing fully, promptly nnd 8(, 1\rately. It that of the sort of Machinery
;v I U" the only paper, not a dally, which is as
: uond a<< a dally and which will keep vou grown for commercial purposes in W, Ounselus, a farmer living nearFleming in Florida for !saw mill and

-.'a-t inpi ii,.toly! liiforiiipd .it whitt Is hapjicnluu this country-one hardly realizes 1'a., says he has used Chamber 1t planing j mills.EARQUHAR. '
."\ ., tlii'uuElioitt tint world. how abundantly the seeds are being lain's Collo; Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy : MACHINERY" ;
In his funnily for fourteen years, und Hint
$ w.) 1'110 'rhrluo-a \\'ct'l'rld la l fair In Its until the _
: "- r.political reports. You can get the truth produced following spring. b. has runt' [) It to bo un excellent remedy, has been built 'fort' ,S7r years;
'tr.... .a'Be- and take plessure in reoommenillug it. +
.J ; from Its'columns, whether you are more built today than any oiti
Foe sole by .Dealers.
FI. '. % publican or Democrat and that Is what '
Let tell you'Xvhy.;
.' er. u
{ you-want.
'" A'ape:>I..I feature of the Thrice-a-weck In the old days a murderer always Send for catalog. : and... .price.. .

World has always been Its aerial fiction, ate a hearty breakfast of ham and MOUTHPIECES."I ,
Itpiiblishes novels bv the best authors In just before'going to the gal '
the world, naves wblcn In book form sell lows, but now he smokes a cigarette.A object to the use of dummy directors President. VlcePresldelltCasbler,
for 1.50 apiece, and Its high: standard In who do imply, what they an
this respect) will be maintained ID the future told."
In the vast amount pi 111 health js due to Impaired -
as past. First National Bank.MARI1
/The Tbrlce-u-week World's regular digestion When the stomach fells "Well," replied Mr. Dustin Star, : .
to perform Its functions properly the whole "I don't know that
a directoris
I 'subscription price Is only I 11.00 per year dummy '
,. and this pays for 1M papers. We offer system becomes deranged, A few doses olUbsmberlalns any more helpless as a personalquantity N14A, FLA. '
\ Tablets Is all need. TbeJ'will
'this unequalled newspaper and The Ban you than .
.. er together for one year for tli65.: '-The strengthen your digestion, Invigorate an delegateor Capital $50,000.00 ...
your liver, regulate your bowels entirely a'member of an electoral colle .**
regular: subscription price of the two papers '
\I Is ts on.to doing away with that miserable feeling:due Solicits Accounts of Banks Corporations Firm'ana Individuals. ., '.
j to faulty digestion. Try It. Many others FIGHTING TUBERCULOSIS. Our twenty years experience: In the banking bu.lnees' ble. us' to 'offer
i have been permanently cured, why not you you the best banking facilities of any bank in West FloridaWe also: have -a
I : For sale by All Dealers Lord Boseberry In a London address fully equipped Savings Department in which we pay trterest on deposits. .Ac.
*on tuberculosis said that counts by mail handled as easily a.a by per.onallnterview. '

preventive '
I Send: u*'your business.
-- write for our confidential letter betore aplTing ALONQ CLASSIC.LINES. measures had reduced the
F. M GOLSON Cashier.
I > for catentilt may be worth money. mortality from consumption In London ,
W e promptly obtain U.S. aDd ForeignPATEWTS
I One of the most perfect types of by 38 per cent. between 1901
I !
I classic buildings in America, accordIng and 1909, and )by 14 per cent in

anti Tl I IS TRADE E itoruey''. l"ARKS... Bend or model.turn sketch EN-. to architects, has been built by England and Wales for the same pe WANT '
I jhotosind we end an IMMEDIATEpatentability. the United riod. YOU >>
FREE report"on We glv States government at :Nearly forty thousand lives J91

charges the; Deal are legal moderate.aervtoo and Try us.advice, and our Denver Colo., to be used as a post. were saved. which would have been a Better

SWIFT & CO. office and to house the various federal lost under the average conditions of BII, ,

offices in that city with the exception I the decade of 18711880. That question will be asked you almost daily by business men seeking your
Patont Lawyei9rOpp. I services if you qualify-take the Draughon Training-:and show ambition to rise.
U.S.Patent Office,Washington, Q.c. jot the mint, says Popular More BANKERS Indorse DRAUGHON'S Colleges than indorse nil other bus-::! '
. ,.'or' Mechanics. The building is of pure : Were all medicines ss meritorious as ness colleges COMBINED. 48 Colleges In 18 States. International reputation

:.. white marble from'"Colorado quarries Chamberlains Collo, Cholera and Diarrhoea Law-yak'Re.lliarybranches.- Baaklar.: Typewriting penmanabl Good. 'pOsn. English JON3: tiUAEAhfEEDunder' ; :Arithmetic.: reasonablecondnunc.Bookkeeping. letter. writing, :, ItiidluoM.'

',t' and is 810 feet long by 180 feet deep I Remedy the world would he much betrer Bookkeepers all over Home Study Thousands of brrnAcash-
... and four stories in height. The style off and the percentage of suffering greatly the United States say that Praughon's iers, bookkeepers, nnd'tlflrl plifrajx*
" ,.; ''' 1ecroaaed. writes Lindsay Scott of Temple, New System of Bookkeeping saves them holding good positions. aa tlio raaul't: of
is a type of Roman architecture Ind. For sale by AH Pesters.: from 25 to 50 per cent in work and worry. taking Drnvighon'8 Homo Study;
," adapted to modern conditions, and Shorthand. Practically U. 8. official CATALOGUE. Pot prices on lessons
: :'", court reporters write the System of UY MAIL, write J-co; D. nt"\t'.,W/N.
the facades notablein
." ..,- are regarded as COLLEGE TO TEACH BANKINO.: Shorthand Draughon Colleges 'teach. President, Ha.!hvil! ., Tc"'. ;,.'*/!'<': catAlogue -
Y... the faithfulness of their classic Wily Because they know Its ihf 6ett. on.co;.i se A T CCifJJ'C jJ:,.w rite

., ,rt\.i". Cota lltl.-m.k e bit money Slmplml faitM. lines. Oil each of the longer sides The old days when the humanities DRAUGIION'S; PRACTICAL BITS IN ESSJackaonvillo. :! ('O1 J.EU '1

,, .} lUhtmt running IFS ILL IN THE TITLOI, fUI B:*.ry. there are sixteen massive columns, constituted the whole curriculum of Flavor Atlanta Ca.. or Morale" 4>r Mont,-c -. '.- A'.. .
_: mill (fitted with win cable drive Mt-ont attack.meats
"' and adjnsubl idler. improved earrings and on the shorter sides six columns. the colleges are gone. There are
... professorships
,, baking device i. quick actiog and a time r.i !
ad.In all siren, portabl and stationary.W. : 'Symbollo statuary used in groups today on journalism anda . .,.
.. ., ,
., ='., :r-: ,sad boll..htat do uadry wvrk.mwhlaw.wrtto wtfave. tit and in single figures to relieve the hundred other isms. Now comes ,,

, ;f a..S 11'111.1 n.w i Taylor Iroa Works, SOl 15. Maeaa. Is.r building of the severity of its general E.' C. Converse with a gift of '12ts,* :

'. outlines, the entire structure 000 to establish a professorship of Neat PrintingCreates

./ ,' w We promptly obtain U.H. mid Foreign rh giving an idea of simple beauty that banking in Harvard university He t '

". makes it a striking example of public says it is to put this science on a par 1 a good: :impression, ;

; building architecture. with Greek and theology. Business

NO SURER colleges for a long time have rivaled among your correspondentsand ;

high schools In teaching business I : :
dead helps to give your'bus-
h; < model.Ketch or photo cllnvrntlOD ,
fre report on etentablllty. forfrabookWASHINGTON "I want you .for my very own," rather than any exact: or applied sciences. ,
toaeerRADF-MARKS wee So after all Mr. Conv ne'i I
said the rich old gentleman, when he iness prestige. :
.. notion is hardly new.. '
1 had succeeded in getting the beautiful '

... -. girl to listen to him. r We do Neat Printing
... .
,, .' "But how, can I. be your very FOOLISH QUESTION. i'"p. .i

,, 4.,. ,.:.., '- pposite S. Patent Oftlos own?" at Reasonable Prices.. \.. .. .
.' D. C. c'Why-wh1 you can. many met Mistress-Say, Mary, how is it

. :.'.. .:,-,. can't you?" there's so much dust under the bed f Banner :Job pffiqc., ... .

., .:i. "THERE'S A REASON/* "I suppose I could, but don't yon Servant-Shure," mum, thnt'i . . 'x :
I' ;; ; think, if you really 'want me, it h"rp f ,,'..,._..r e-"""; t it -

:.t-i. .; The Salesman-Plovers' eggq would be safer 'to adopt m F"Judge's _.. .
." madam Just arrived. Library. I Advise"I'"

, t ,,The Customer-Rather small, "Pardon'me, madam""For Physicians

: aren't they? J'L'\'lbiO- MEN rALL- what?" the use of a goodlaxatlve, to keep the bowels open and prevent the poisons of'bndfgestedfood

'" The Salesman-Just a, trifle, madam Victims to stomach liver| and kidney trout- ."I Snml rerteutly jabbed. from gettinginto your system.
(j my eye The latest product of science U,VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup, purely vegetable: gentle i
to the coal etrlke.--Lon. lee same as othrr people, with .like- results '
; owing ".1V.11U' it,1,1 Itfifui''n"
reliable and of a pleasant, aromatic taste. Velvo acts on the liver, as well as on the '
don SJ tch. I" loss ol appetite backache. nervous headache stomach and bowels, and Is of the greatest possible efficacy-in constipation, Indigestion;
and tired,littler rundown, feeling., THE TRIALS OP A TBA VELlCR. biliousness, sick headache feverishness collc.flatuleace, etc. Try VF 1
lint I there's no UM to feel like that as T. D
salesman, write E.
1 traveling
am a
HIS TRADE. Peebles,Henry Teno. proved. Six bottles V,. and often
I II II Young, K. Berkshire was LAXATIVE
t ',:, of Electrlo Bitters wbe writes, did more to troubled with constipation and Indigestion
"The man passing over there It gIve; me new strength and appetite than all till I beaa'to UM Dr. King's New Life Pill
w such a timeserver." .other stomach remedies 1 used. net belp which 1 nave found aa excellent remedy VELVO ,
,. I everybody Its folly to suffer when this remedy .
,"I despise that kind. for all tomach. liver or kidney troubles
'"No reason to despise: him.. El '[ 60o will at help 8 K MoOeaehy.I you from ant.' duel|try It; only ? there U nothing better, Only tee at ..:E. LIVER SYRUP
in such\ a good! .clockmaker. ..?__ I

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----- Nsw Kentucky Husband (I. Busy! MALARIAheadache
I'I/i ? () iftii', Directory* Explaining the Joke t*'
. \' 'M"' ..w4out.h.-Freachfnl! ;' very HIS Wife. -
y4 l
n .C' 1ii" .7 at 11 .. '. and .. ; Pastor. .
} $ In Louisville a husband Is rheumatism
10 a. m. W. N. tthti.t.1. young ,
r'' $l perlnpendenL. > I doing everything in his power to pimples, blotches yellow .

;;, Young MeeUngJTharsday MAD?*, prayer meeting nights.T".".!...v make his young wife understand that complexion,' eta, are all ;

R, atgbts.. Everybody cordially livBaptist '\ remark he made the other evening signs of polions: hi your 1
ci&rch, -Preachl' roe a joke. But wifey is still pout- blood. These poisons if

' p,, ; ,. ItiA. 4th Sunday.. Rev. 1UBabbath jg and hubby had taken a solemn should be driven out or '
School 10 I ,
j a m. solve never to speak before he
Soperlntenesnt. serious illness result
; ,' Prayer M.!'.tfn. WednesimSrtcfcses.KM.. .,. thinks.A may 'j'
-- -- To get rid of them, use '
of friends
number were callingon
n t?, PortotaaeDlreetorf l ; BPThedford's '. '
; '
the newly married p-.ir; when the ( I iI'
OID..e r/7dbam.to7:0o/, :: I'. m.t C ei- 'Creates'a' good impression >',r
1 wife in question in the course
( t'r cep' 5 %.. vL young :
t. ,.'. 1 ia.t.bound > ::' idl\\ of conversation reniarked: among-your correspondents .

l Westbound mall. closes at 5:10: p.m. "Flat life is new.to me,,and I'm 1
,,'' .'.' Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 am.. sick for flowers"' and helps '
L ,i ; knd leaves on arrival of the east bound Just some ., ,, .
mall.3und4y. "Sweetheart, :1 know a way you I BlackDraughtthe
c liouri:' ,11:30 in., &13:30: p. m., cart get a whole lot Of them," flashed to give your business .., {
Money Orders r Issued at alt hours w fm"n; e
back the husband.
Office Is open except lInc1I1'YIi.+ old, reliable purely prestige. 4
lELL "H w asked the with
.T P tiC P M P" wife inter-
vegetable, liver medicine -
v est. ,
l -
;', 4 Oareluabl.E Lid. ''Die.*' .
Mrs. J. H. Easier of
( :;. jIXNifEH: and ml-weekly( Atla'uta And since then the husband has ,
Journal, 91.75. i Spartanburg, S. c., says :
per year ,
1 been bringing home great! bunches of "I 1 had sick headache for We Do .
,. d..D1U.iliiniTbrlcAweeU) New Yorknorlel 'I Neat Printing
C. + ; per year 1.05. flowers and innumerable, boxes 01', years. I felt bad most of : _{

ifH.l: 'and Seml-weekly Tlmes-l an candy.-Louisville Times. I the time, I tried .Thed-
: Cdd Citizen, per year 1.60. ford's Black-Draught: and 'At: Reasonable Prices.Give .'

(: nIIBI'l1d;; : home and FArm per vest DID HE GET!: AN ANSWER now I feel better than ,> '.'

t c ., "-.::1111 +wuG .. t..IioIt __, when I was 16 years old.'* ',' '. "
} A writer in the Electrical Ee- Your druggist. sell it, In

'::," :tftrAI Directory.STATE view'thinks that electrical companies I 25 cent packages.

.:' bFFlCI :i. should attach to business letters a toslst Thedlord'sACCOUNTED orderV' '
? OOVf'roor-Alber W. GU hrl.t. "sticker/ defining electrical terms, ,6ii us your next -

\,' Secretary of State-fa. Clay trwalurd. such as watt, ampere, volt, kilowatt and'( We will'give you:per' .
load, factor, etc. This brings to "
Attorney General Park Trammell. mind a paragraph in another journal ". fectsatisfaction, thus :
Com Agriculture E. McLin.
about subscriber who
a telephone
f. Tr"lurer-Wm V..JCnott. r making you one of.our "' .
called up "Information" to ask how FOR I
: .. '
bib-domptioller-A.: inches there in meter. .
many are a 'reg customers..
To information's inquiry, "Haven't -
G. Croom.

,, Supreme Court.-Thos. M. Shackleford you got a dictionary that you could .. ." '" .
!,,Y;rd' ,t Chief Justices M. B. Mabrv. Cler.r.f consult?" came the answer, "Yes, I l e ..:',, :

JBaliroaaCommlssfon-ft. Hudson i Burr but it'* leia trouble'to ask you." ''' '
s, s.4 Fbhu' ;. of'' .
r. 4r; CnalfbUfi I b: blefk. 'T' V .
'. "
;p.; : ;m.t; ili'dke1ltr Ib11 l 'liert
TJ:1> -
7T' '! ;, One of the most common ailments that ',' : .
: : ; : ;
WoUIl"eDlIocollh (
\ hard working people are afflicted with' flame Is ,
!i.; <;/:\: ; 8<&" solicitor. first judlcUl l cltcnlf'J. V. back. Apply Chamberlains Liniment I "'' .

l' t. : ".. L. Wilson. twice A day and massage the parts thoroughly
.. -
.. .1'k ,
f \i'j < -, at e application, and you will get CHIP-LEY BANNER
qulofc rell'et. For sal All Dealers
(I; 0:s: Iii: rrlcm Hb1A1k: by ,

: 'Jr.'(. \ B. 8.Chubb, EegUter,.Oalnuvillt;' FU:I .. .
J ., Shields Warren, Receiver Gainesville.M SOUTH AFRICAN DIAMONDS. I II .
i. Chipley Fla. '
ThV diamonds of South Africa are i

', WASHINGTON,Circuit b'lSrt! -,. W.COUNTY b. L11e....Ilp OFFICERS.. veroon.'i ::1.'''",,,. 'found'in a peculiar basic rock called I -,I,,, ,I- 'I

!! :: Idmberlite "blue which i .. .
4"tian> \ 11 ft. Ai: IIUiFNidk: : "erdon. or ground *XXX: -
",. 'i, :.,.7.;'; Shoti .=.y. 4' 4lla' bhlp:: e3: consists: of chrysolite and various I 1L- -a
: : Treasurer-UB.: ISgrernoqi: other minerals, and fills the pipesof
rax: Asstssor-J.J. WUllam"JbIPPf.i( "Any good fishing about) bete i"
ancient volcanoes. No diamonds
Tat Collector W. Kcoofana.Mfi. Class Saw Mill \
: : J.! Gainer ''Fme 1" High Machinery..
y: .' t \1bl'ctrl1ctl&h'' :" F Ualoer.ii' have been obtained from the numerous ,

'" w.aulI: :;, .. foreign inclusions of igneous "Aru yoU a fleheririai1P We carry at our new warehouse, 408

,'Ii'?. ., Hupervlsor of RegistrationJ: M. and sedimentary rocks that have "Nb; I sell, Wdt.. "I ,.. and 410 East Bay St., a large stock' of
141htnd tiii; tireehbead.v : Portable and Stationary Engines;Locomotive ,
i) u. ;Solicitor A D. Carmlchaej.i been suspected of being the original and Horizontal Return Flue
,, Clitplfl1 ;; matrix in which the carbon crystal.* 1 true cured o'r dliirrboe i'b'y outs i dose of 'V V Boilers; Saw-MUls, Planers, Edjfers," .
Chamberlains Colic; Cboleta and Dlarrhajea y Saws, Belting and Mill Supplies also
lized. The kimberlite
has been
/ bouiatt:: Survejror-Thos. Volllns& CarjrTllle Remedy, wrltt-a M. K. Gebh&rdt, Orln'.e': engine and saw-will repairs. We also
,.:'r".\ ', FIR much broken and altered and in the Plio. Nbere is nothing better For' sale by, _, .,, handle the celebrated line of HUSTLER ..

g"Zpt'" Uoubty Uommtsiloners: De Beers mine it has nearly seven All Dealers! .ny4 1' TAYLOR, VANCE. AMRER-
\' :I.T..HlBhWwer, Chairman Vernon.A. cent. of combined t"'" ] ICAN and DELOACH Saw Mill.
per water at a .. ERIE LEFFEL, TAYLOR and
k.k.; :,, C. Gilbert Chipley.S. depth of more than 2,000 feet. Ql"TTINQ THE T8."Yes HC4V.SOUTHERN Engines and hollers, PERKINS Shingle Mill Machinery. Special -
S. L. DavU, Wausau. Stave Machinery for Turpentine Plants.

: ".... J. H. Porter Mill vllle.l These evidences of explosions and. ," said Broncho Bob, ''Ta'r' h. Large stock carried for immediate Shipment. Get our prices .before buying I
11.t: >. F. Gunn, Santa Rosa. disintegration, with the unusual We can save you money. A postal will bring our Traveler.
tula Tim eaii
as how he guessed Write for literature: covering .
; School Board: amount of water and carbon at a your special requirements.JVfoislby
he'd better leave Crimson Gulch sol
O. B. Bush Chairman Orange Hill great depth, have suggested to Dr. ; Machinery Co.

'( S.J. Gainer St. Andrew. 0. H. Derby a new theory of origin. he did. 4O8 ftr. E. Ihsy St. ,
Jacksonville Florida
41' '
"An affair of the heartP""You'telepathed
: W. F. Buss, Vernon.
The pipes of kimberlite, he be- ,,,,, ..., .... .., Uonjt Dlittano Telephone No. &74.Jere's .
l' :i 0 -- lieves, must have become saturated ft, friend""Wore
CHIPEEY CITY OFFICIALS.! his heart on his sleeve,
with liquids and while in-
k :. Mayor-A.D. Campbell.MarshalJohn gases oh?"
t tensely heated. In such the
; Roberts, a mass [
,,;r / clerk and Treuurer-W. W. Cook. carbon-which would be present as "W ors' than that. He wore the : < a ,Good Slogan fora

pl'I; !r) Council-A.. D. CarmlcLaeh.l chairman, carbon dioxide and probably in wj of hearts up his sleeve.! "

::1.; 'y : :. ,x,11,fan% &...7. )If.McCreacfiy.> C. E. Tharp other gaseous forms-would be sub- LIVE Bigger and Better Business.DON'T
\" 1'it>:; ,W... O. Butler Jr. PLENTY TO .
.. jected to the conditions that experi-
'bYr" ....... ..i.. ay -
-- fiofcnta' have shown may causa' segregation He' was downcast. He was sad. ........................

,' and the forming of crystal. "What's the.trouble r ,
;; y Banner ('Sh bar spurned my love." ,
to(.. "' .....o. .,__ __ _, ., 4 "Too tl... bad. .. Move; s.9 fast as the : _r:;. I
r oc T
( A have nothing left; to lire lor." --0 p estop -or move u u. eke: the:
ww Simplicity is the of
>, elimination "Oh, yes, you have. You have an pact of the company you are in or make 'way ""forthe-m
8SH&V Clripfey! Flay non-essential in all things. It lIutn1nohitr. '.
s reduces life to its minimum of reaT behind.
aicds It to its maximum of ARE! EVER AT WAH.
; raises
tfludt for tile Upbulldlaff .f '
powers. Simplicity means .the sur There ore two thing! everlastingly at war Don't standin: the way of new ideas. Don't pause in the

rival--not of the fittest but of the Joy and piles, But Buck left's Arniba Salve
: {' ett1e.
Chipley, will banish plies. It subdues the itching; path of better system. D n' down on the ladder of
In morals it kills the weeds '
befit. rrlUtlon, Inttamatlon or swelling. It gate e1icces. Don't he'a't barnacle on the ship of pre ress.Cbauuemeans .
g : Washington County vice And weakness so that the flowers :joinlort, invites Joy. Great healer or burn .

l of virtue and strength may have oils,pieces cuts, bruises, eczema, 'sea ids, '
;r ) A&\\ icS i-l i 1Witte = 'room' to grow. Simplicity cuts oil: pimples akIn eruptions. Only 25o! at 8. E. : progress. .Progress'ineans advancement

_' ...---.1.1.---:" _ .. waste and intensifies concentration.It .McUeucby,
.. converts flickering torches intosearchlights.From Advancement means movement. MOVE!

51 Per Year; "Self-control/' EXPERIENCE 6O YEARS .
by William George Jordan. DON'T BLOCK THE .WAY!

y. .. -.' _, .. w .. -
"; 'W. lake a SpedaHy'ofNeat : INDIAN KILLED ON TRACK. 1

,' Near Eoohellfl, 111. an Indian went to deep
,' a'railroad' track and was killed by the
',,}- \ fad' xpre... Repaid for his carelessness TRADE DESIGN MAngs
:; 'ftti't1 with Ills life. Often It. that when k-
way peo- .
CoPv' IaHTs.tc.Anton.
,' '. Attorney a( tavr.
t. Public State at ,
Notary .
neglect and colds. Don't risk
pie ootiths a.ketns and de.erlptleama7
'.:,., : '. =r rnW Our )lIlnfl f whether .a tD ..Colleotlon.aSpeolilty! ; ,
m "r when Invention
,, C + l\lPrlnt1ntJ: robr Ufa prompt use of Or Kings New I.,.conddenltLR'AaaaalnlmPateute.env business entrusted to
1 ,, > :::1: :.w ... .. ...... __ __ 4 Discover will core them and so prevent a .Lions free nrlctl Olilaac ...,urliia patents.. 'Uhlpley, Fla
'' "' daogerouii throat; aud; lung trouble. Jtcomiletely Potent* taken through Mann CaTraotdiiwrtal ,
will have
noie t :! ',*,la tt. my care my prompt -
;, : cured me in a snort time of a l rrl-
'" ?'1 :.:, ile'coagh that Allowed an an attack Scientific Jimericaif.A attention. Fees reasonable.Can J. J
Y'" r The; Banner Grip, writes J BWatts Floydada,Tex and tiuUliomalr flIn.tr' J.IT. r.......fHr-. J D ONES. ,
; ) \.:V'j' : oflkttonafan.nlenuek Journal TarTflnrt ..taa be found at Post Office, ,
: : : r>galned(18 pounds In weight trial 1 bad fnnr month.|L Bold bjkll, n swdaal.ra
J"!',;',",';.',.: ,1'c Jr;1' '.., ol i C1pleyia. t4< 'u Quick, saw, reliable and guaranteed tj & Co $$iaro.aa..NewYttk: 7Cttorney-At-I.. wt
':.', ., "oj'" 1. ..600'A Us; trial bottles freeat, 8: McOoacby ar..earata,JSr.t.w..hln tea,n.'i I Wausau, Florida c'UIVLEYt ;: i'LA.r
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Notice 'of Election. with"InItiative the Secretary Petitions"of ;State:and shall not leas be than tiled .........................

1 four ((4)) months proceeding the date or SHE COULD NOT REMEMBER '
the election at which the measure so
The legislature of Wll) ,
ar"o bo voted and all
(Under the Constitution. of 1880 of the. i proposed to upon the of Absent-Minded Woman's peculiar Reason

State Uebolutlons. of. Florida, did pa a three. Joint the Referendum submlUod shall under) be known power as "Ref- for Wanting to B. Rung Upon Wire F

the Constitution proposing of the. State amendments of Florida to, erendum Petitions", and shall bo filed the 'Phone n e .
State not
with the Secretary more "j :
and the -
same were agreed to by a vote of than sixty ((00)) days after the final) adjournment '
three-tilths of all
members elected to Absent-minded persons sorely try
session of the Legislature ,
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house; that tho votes on said Joint shall '
which have passed tho measure the patience of girls In the New .' :
t Resolutions were entered noon their respective .. w .
& : .,
to which the referendum- applied, ,
: office. Not long
Rochelle telephone .
C, Journals with the yeas and the of Referendum Petition / '-' --- ., .
nays thereon,, and they did determine. against tiling: any Item a or section of any act, or ago a woman confessed herself subject I"":11L L .r ''I ,".' ,' ;
I and direct that the said Joint Resolutions resolution. shall notprovent the remain- to extreme forgetfulness and requested '. ,'." :.... 31 II'
be submitted to the eloctors of the der of such measure from becoming ef- the day operator on her exchange .;;\' ;. :- .
State at the General Election In Novem. fective I, .,'.- .
ber, 1913. ; to ring her up every morning 30 .

Now T En: 'IJ'ORK. I. II. CLAY CRAWFORD Constitution((6) Any measure proposed or amendment under the Initiative t.1l.tbe at 9 o'clock. A week later she said: .1 .* '" "....... ,. .... .,
Secretary of State of the State: of and any measure to which the Referendum ""Central, what was It I wanted ;you ..J:3.! -: "

Florida, do hereby give notice that a Is applied shall be referred to a .to call me for at 9 o'clock" 5J ..' I,' .1{........ tl ;I'. ,

I General election vote of the qualified electors of the State:! "I don't know" said the girl "Youdidn't ,if I ., ...', .
I will beheld In each coupty.ln Florida on and shall become a- law when approvedby ': ..i' "
Tuesday next succeeding the first Midday a majority of the votes cast thereon, tell me. You Just asked me to 4 :I'3 \ .. :
In November, A. D. W13, the said and upon proclamation of the,. Governor, call at 9 o'clock." ; >\
Tuesday being the. and not otherwise; badw said the "J '
"Too woman. ..... .;.\:
Flfth Day of November* (7) Thft veto power of the Governor know there waa something I wantedto !, ., ''!I
r for tho ratification or rejection! of the shall not extend to the. Initiative or Ref- do every morning at 9 'o'clock but ;; "" -......--...... ,... .... .-.....,.....'..,. ..........-. -- ... -....- ..- ...,..... "
said Joint Resolutions amendments erendum measures approved by a major- 1
proposing -
I'' to the Constitution of tho State: of ity of the qualified electors; I can't for the life o( me think whatIt .j : ,", ;

, Florida, viz: (8)) The reservation of the. power of the wag."
Initiative and Referendum In this ArtI- The 9 o'clock calls continued, how S Just a word Farmers and Fence, Builders:' ..

I \A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an cle shall not deprive the Legislature of ever,.and several days; later the worn ,
Amendment to Article V of the Constitution the right to repeal any law, propose or ,
of the Stato of Florida! Relative' pass any measure, which may be consist an took central Into her confidence : :rl (
to the Judiciary Department. ent with the Constitution of the State again."I 0 Having made a deal for Ten Car Loads

B(' It Resolved by the Legislature of the and of the. United States; have found out why; I wanted to

State of Florida: (0) The Legislature shall make suita- be called' she said. "A friend had 2 of the Best American Steel Wire Fence, wes : .J
ble provisions tor carrying Into effect tho .
That the following
amendment Article
to given me a canary and I wanted to
of this Section. '
Florida V of relative the Constitution to tho Judiciary of the. State:Department of- provisions That Section Sixteen (16) of said Article make sure of remembering ,to teed it. are position to make you better prices : (...

to be numbered Section: 43: of saidArtlcSe Three (3) shall be amended so am! .to The poor little thing la nearly; .Itarved.' I e' '. ',
V, be and the same Is hereby read as follows: Hereafter when you ring won't you than .. : )
agreed to and shall be submitted to the Section 16. Each law enacted; whether. Just say, 'Feed the bird,' and 111 go 0- ever before. "
electors of the State at the (general: elec- by the. Legislature or by the people ,:',,
tion to. be held on the! first Tuesday alter under the Initiative, shall\ embrace but straight and do It? 0 .. :'
the brat Monday 4n November, A. t>1013\ one subject aud matter properly connected Central promised and the neglected Be sure you see us before buying'virire. 4& 'J"e
for ratification rejection, to-wit: therewith, which subject shall be .
canary Is now a plump and contented '
Sec. 43. There shall! bo another Judge brlofly expressed In the title, and no law .
of the Circuit Court of Duval County In shall be amended or revised to Its title bird.-New York Times. X elsewhere. It means money saved. J

addition to the Circuit Judge; of the circuit only; but In such case the act, as revised, fjj .
. In which said county is. situated. or section as amended, shall be reenacted ... 4. .. G 'I' ..1
Such: additional Circuit Judge shall be and published at lenctth. -
appointed by the Governor and confirmby That Section Seventeen ((17) of said Ar- Answer The Call.
t.heSenate, and shall hold office for ticle Three ((3)shall be amended so as to Chipley Hdw. Co. ;
six (8)) years and shall receive the- same read as follows:
., salary and allowance for"expenses as oth- Section 17. Every bill passed by the .
Have Found.That
Chipley People
er Circuit Judges, but the same shall bo
shall read Its title
general paid by revenue the County of. said of Duval county.out lie of shall the one-third Its Legislature first reading of the In members be either by present liouse1ntf8S desire on This is Necessary.A .. ... ..0 ..$.e.! !!.! !

,I have all the powers and perform all the It read by sections. Every bill shall be cold, a strain, a sudden wrenchA \"'
duties that. are or may be provided or read on three several days unless two-( little cause hurt the kidney
may Text Books for ExaminationThe
prescribedCircuit Constitution i by thirds of the members present when such September NBW flI
Judges, and all stat bill may be pending shall deem It expedient Spell of backache often follows.Or .
utes.concern I nil Circuit: Judges shall apply to dispense with this rule Every some irregularity of the urine. following is a list of text books I ....' 67.. r'I
to him The distribution of tho bus- bill shall bo read bv Its sections on its to be used the basis for .
as a the Sep- ,
mess of the Circuit Court of Duval County second reading and on Its final passage!, A splendid remedy for such attacks.A j
between the two Circuit Judges and unless on Its second reading two-thtrda medicine that ,has satisfied thou- tember examination.
the allotment assignment; of matters of the members present In the House Barber $'hop. >
Ortho"raphy-Hunt'a Speller.
and heard sands.
cases to bo decided, ordered, where such bill may be pending'shall; .

tried, decreed or made or when adjudged shall be controlled the deem It expedient to dispense with this Is Doan's Kidney Pills, Reading-Any standard author. .........................,.."., J '
necp.ssaryby rule. The vote on the. final (of i Arithmetic Milne's :
passage Standard.
Judge of said Court who- shall have the bill or Joint resolution shall be tak- Thousands of people rely upon it. -I" i
older commission. In force at the time. Is Composition-Elements of English T. II. CALLAIIAN "
en by yeas and nays to be entered on the Here one case. : Propf. '
!Such additional County.Circuit Judge shall reside Journal of each House; Provided, That; E. M. Toole, Marianna, Fla, says Composition, by Huntingdon. M S SMMMSMSMMB ,,.
ln.Duy.al '
embodied any general In revision any bill of shall the not entire be required laws "I consider Donn's Kidney Pills English Grammar Lawton B. Ev- I have just opened a barbeif-. :;t:-

A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an to be read by sections upon Its tlnalpassagE' a very reliable remdey. I used tnemfor" ana*. shop in tbe'Delde old building;on. : I
Amendment to Article 13 of the Constitution ,
and Its reading may be wholly ,
my back and Physlolog--Primer of Sanitation 'I'I
constant |In by
of the State of Florida, Relativeto a .
dispensed with by a vote A corner west of First .Nat. Bank,
Education, to be Known as Section majority of the members present In each they gave me propt relief, also makIng Ritchie. I :
17 of Said: Article; Providing for Ihe In House snail be necessary to every heatlh better and ridding me of Hlstorp-:rFlorida History Brevard and will appreciate a Share:; of '( "
stianco of Honda. by Special:: Tax School bill or joint resolution. All bills or joint my "?
Districts, for the Exclusive Use of Pub- resolutions so passed shall be signed by other sympton ot Kidney complaint to and Bennett's; U. S, History. Field's your barbering trade. .! guarantee ..

I. lie Free Schools: Within Such School the pre Idlnir officerof the. respective which I had been subject. Grammar School.GeographyRedway'sNalural. to give you .E1a i.sfa ti '
District'and Authorizing the Levy of a Houses and by the !Secretary:: of the Senate ::! .. ..n'1: i
Tax to Create a Sinking Fund for the and the Clerk of the House of Repre For sale by all dealers Price 50 Flor .

Payment of Such of the.lionds.Interast and Redemption sentatives. cents Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, ida edition. SHove lOcf. '1' .< .
lie It resolved by the Legislature of the The votes cast In compliance with said New York, sole agents for the United Agriculture-Duggar's for Southern Hair Cut 26cr ': '

State: of Florida: and the canvass States. Schools. tJR

That the following amendment to Ar- declarations and returns thereof, shallbe Remember the name-Doan's-.and Physical Geography; -Murry--Slm- '
ticle 13 of the Constitution of the State subjected to the same regulations and onds. : .
of Florida, to. bd known as Section: 17 of restrictions as are provided .by law for take, no other. SCAft1 cTT )!J
I !Said:: Article be and the same Is hereby general. elnctlona .In.. the.. State of p Florida._ Civil Government-For all grades. F..
J to, and shall he submitted to the Itf TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I haVO Boyonton's School dries; Yocum's Civil rf
electors of the State: at the next general: hereunto set my band and afflx- WEIX) of i
Government Florida and the Unit-
, election of Representatives. to be held In (Soal) ed the Great Heal of the State of Notary Public: ..
the year A. D. 1013, for ratification or re- Florida, at Tallahassee, the ed States.

, jection. Capital, this the twentv-Hfth. P Ala-ebra-Ml1ne's High School. Real Estate Handled.
Sec. 17. The Legislature may provide day of July A. 1X1013. LETTER '
and Practice-For all
CLAY Theory grades
for Special:: Tax School:' Districts, to Issue II. CRAWFORD, Collections a specialty
bonds for the exclusive use of public free Secretary of State.: READS R RAPS The Teacher and The School, by Col- I

schools within any such Sspecial Tax ... .. grove. Office In First National Dank. xr
School District, when ever a majority of NOTE ENVELOPES I 4
the qualified electors thereof, who are Dea-nocratlc Ticket.NATtoNwf. I 1'"*
freeholders, shall vote In favor of the Issuance HEADS BUSINESS
of such bonds. .. .!Moo REWARD. A. "W. 'VEJjjI-:. ,

... Whenever anv such Special Tax School:! For President: STATEMENTS. N ,CARDS ":y//
I For of Gall Stones Appendicitis Attorney and Counsellor at Law ,
District has voted In favor of the Issuance WOODROW WILSON. any case .' '
of such bonds, a tax not to exceed For VJce-presldentt* CIRCULARS PAMPHLETS Fistula, Piles, Enlarged Pros- 'I'bl
five mills on the dollar In any one year, THOMAS MARSHALL. 'T Bonlfay, 'FlaOffice
on the taxable property within the dis- Presidential. Electors: MILL COMMISSARY tate Glands: Stricture, Uterine ,and ': lr
trfct voting for the Issue of bonds shallbe JEFFERSON it. IIROWNK. Ovarian Troubles, Displacements i in Lindsev, Buifdid&r. ',; x'.. '
levied In accordance with. law providing J. FRED! DBHAKBV. CHECKS I .. CIIEO Discharges Tuberculosis or Blood Poison -0-. i4W"Protnpt "I ";''I
for the levying of taxes to become a CHARLES E. JONES.'W. .
fund for the payment of the. Interest and CHIPT.KT JONES. RECEIPTS DRAFTS I fall to cure with my new $5,000 personal" service I r''A.:: \ ,',f

redemption. of such bonds.Proposing LELANDJ. HENDERSON. WEDDING) N VISITING machine now treating 100 people daily, to clients. .-. :,,; \ 1
without the knlte medicine.No .
Amendments to Section One State at Large or
(Article:: Th(1(1) and Seventeen (17)) of CLAUDE L'ENGLE. INVITATIONS, G' CARDS delay from business. we pay; rail- 1. t'V 3,: i: :

.. the State of Florida! ((3)) of the Relating Constitution toLegls-; of Congressman EMMETT, Third WILSON.District: road fare and give free' examination.Call A. G. McQuagge, ,; ,;;

tire Authority of the State of Florida! -. 'TO ORDER at once. ELECTRO-RADIO CO. ,'''': ;;"
lie Resolved the of the PiJblic'1":; ';
by Legislature STATE 106) Dauphin St. Mobile, Alabama. Notary ': '
State of Florida: I' J '< '.,
Governor .
: .
That the following Araeudments to PARK TRAMMEL. State at Large. !" fl!;w,
Section One (1), :Section :Sixteen .((10; and :)
of State!
!Section:: Seventeen ((17) as amended Ar- Secretary: : ; I -
II. C. '
ticle Three ((3) of the Constitution of the CBAWFOHD. ., "
State: of Florida be and they are hereby Commissioner of Agriculture: '
) W. A. ; Your Home IRA 'A.. 'HUTCISONi',, .' .
agreed to, and shall be proposed and submitted l\'cUU. I Paper Bothfor
I to the electors of this State for Treasurer: Attorney at Law. '
election hereafter at the next general J. C. LUNING. thPrice ? ,

that Is to say: Comptroller and ,' Office at Vernon FJa. '
Section: One (1) Of said Article. Thrree W. V. KNOTT. -
(3)) shall be Amended BO as to read as follows
t Attorney General: '
Will practice in Circuit Courts of
;_ T. F. WEST.Superintendent ?
Section. 1. (l)-The Legislative: author of Public Instruction.: PonsacolaJournal One Florida and the Federal Courts: 7 &

:. Hy of this !State shall be vested In a Leg W. N. SHKATS.:! '
islature consisting of a Senate and a ,
House of Representatives; and shall bo State Chemist; DR. R. E TILLER "
R. E. ROSE:, FRANK L. MAVB8. Editor. .
t : OF .. i
: !STATE OP FLORIDA but the people reserve Adjutant. General: ;
to themselves power to propose J. C. R. ],'08TIIR.: This is going to be the most notable year in SURGEON, : I'DENTAL'

laws and amendments to the Constitution Senator, 23th: District: .American or Florida Politics. You of course wantto Florida. ,>''
of the State, and to enact or reject A. J. McCLELLAN. Chipley i
,\ such laws and amendments at the polls keep posted You can do this ,by' taking your local I ).
Independent of the Legislature, and also '
Office First Nat Bank. -
reserve at their own option the power to COUNTY. town paper and one outside paper. Here is the proposition over ..

approve or reject at the polls any act Representatives ... I "_" .,
Item, or section of any act or resolution!: L. II. HOWKLL. : 1 ".t1

of tha.Legislature. ] Clerk Circuit Court:" RBQULARPRICBl COMBINATION, Orion Lodges No.40.:/,.
(2) The !lest power reserved by the W B. GAINER, .: P..I08. :
people I'l the Initiative, and twenty ((20) "
!Sheriff: $6.00 F:. A. .
per centum of the legal voters shall have HKNRY )!' RRIR.( Your local $1 00 year. , '. "
the paper .-. .'. . '
right to propose any legislative Tax Assessor: II months, $2. O Regular Communications* Second' -

shall measure have, and the twenty-live right to propose(Si) per amendments centum D. D."-DAVIS. The Penaacola Journal ( Dally ) $:sOO months $1..2lS Saturday and Fourth Frldy"!'night' In. '. '
to the Constitution by petition, Tax; Collector: i ;
and every such petition shall Include the H. B. TILLER. >'.. Visiting Bretherricordial lnvited.V. -
Your local . .$1.00 1 .$1.50 '
full text of the measure so proposed. Treasurer: ,. paper. year Li. TAYLOR, VM..
(3) The second Dower reserved la the F. M. Rcss. The Pensacola Journal (Weekly) $1.00 5 6 months. 7lSc W. W. JONES; Sec/ ;.
Referendum and It may be ordered, except : Supt.: Public Instruction: ,
as to laws necessary for tho Immediate W. T. UORNB. TN Ponoaeola' Journal, I It not only Wo Plorldi'o, ......In. ,,' '' ,

preservation of public peace health County Judge: datty. but .It I* rogordod.by many ..< .... most pronounced advocate I. O. O. P*. NOTlc E.Until .
and either :
safety by petition signed by O. CBOCKER.: 'of Pr. _lv. D.mcora.y In FlorMs.' its .dlt.rlal policy
twenty ((20) per centum of the. legal voters Commissioners: ._ .... .. lfurtherno '
the Legislature County ta vlaorouo slid bxlopondont. Its n orvtc U .pl. and nm ce
or by ; D. O. BROCK.J. ......... ....... .r. ota.... Cbipley L6 lefc No.56 -
(4) The percentage of legal voters W.TIIARP.U. < ,'
hereinbefore stated shall be based upon F! GAINER. : You this which I. O. O.. F:.,'w meet at7:00p; m'. ; h
the total number of votes cast at the fast 1 W. F. Russ. can get special price now, applies each Monday eveninar. '
general election for the State officer receiving I S! J. GAINER. to paid-in-advance subscriptions only by : '
the highest number of votes cast Members School Board sendingthe ,, By order of the Lodge.

at such election; '_ B. F. CARTER.A. money to your home paper: I I W. A. McQuAGOE, &. G,
((3): All oetltlons submitted under the l".-ROOKS.L. <
power of the Initiative shall be known an M. SKIPUEB: : S. B. JUDSON, Secy.


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Henry Farrior came overt. rom
] Personal.Schedule IT Caryville where he is employedat ]. Town Topics.Cut .IT '

present and spent Sunday .. MOST"f'

of here with bis family. the weeds. .., .. .

D.C. & St. A. Railroad.Effectlv E. N.Everitt, Jr. came in from Old Sol certainly got a good ANY"

.March 12,012.Tralc still Sunday and went out to Pen focus on us last week. ", ,
No.1 TralbNo. 11Ooilla sacola on the afternoon train on -I'I 1,., '
South.8tatlos Holllir North. a short business trip. The) ice man doesn't tiave'o' BANK ".. ,: : ..t.
LT. 11:00 LIII. Chipley CIOO p.lII. Ar. cryjiis weares tl ese midsummerdays. ..
11:53 LID. Wausau 4:2'1 p.lII. i 'J} ,
II 111:03 p.m. Oreeobead 4:00 p.m. Walker Gainer came over from : ., ','. ,';'':''
111:06 p.m. Rlvenlde 8M p.m. Marianna Saturday afternoonand ,; ; ',. .
8:12 p.m.It r "' : ,
ItU p.m. Vlck.bDr.r : Weeds are unsightly even if 7""
Ar. 1:00 8oathport 8:00: Lv. and I
p.m. p.m. spent.the night Sunday
they are not unhealthy *s some Can, handle .your business after" a'fashionwhen; :% '
Lewis from Ebro here among his friends. claim.If )-" \ .':, ',:, ,.,:i,":Jrj:2'; : ,:":V':,: 'i'-
Cf was up Mrs. J. W. Williams went times are good<' and money easy. 'When times :' ,
and spent Sunday.Joe don't it in the Banner '
you see : f
Pensacola Tuesday, taking he j j '
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Worthington was one of I little daughter, Altha, with h ; perhaps you forgotto' tell are hard and money tight YO'l feell the,:,-,, ,,:: (" '
the Ttsistors here Friday.A. us about.it. .
I y.t : "
to have ber eyes treated. .. 'i"
L. McNeill went over to Ca- The Democratic platform boiled t need of, a' business cohnectton-with. 'a''I ':;''',' .
Benjamin Pipkin, one of the I'-
business Tuesday. down is "Take handout .
ryrille on : your ,, '
prosperous farmers living west .1. n__. .
-- /C. B. Dunn ,spent a day or twAIn i of Holmes creek, was transacting of my pocket. Big Strong and .Reliable LXIIIIV"-,_?" ',., ,,,' If

the vicinity of Ebro last week, business here Friday. We'don't often complain of the ;, i
heat but this spell of "hotness"has ,Do your.-banking. business and make. your creditgood ,
judge O. Crocker was up.from W. II. Faulk was over from -

Vernon Saturday and spent the bis still at Clarksville and spent almost got our goat. with the strongest Bank in" :-, "' .

I Friday night and Saturday morning The Yokefellows of the 'Baptist ; .'I" i'>

day.W.. T. Horne was mingling here among bis friends. church had a lawn party on Washington County.,0': ':" .,
the to the .'
grounds adjacent '
with friends here Friday after Miss Ida Foxworth, one of bfarianna's -
noon. -- attractive young' ladies church: Mondayevening. ,: :. .' ,

.; A. Campbell ,left Wednesday was the guest of Miss: Maggie Walter Gentry was in town The :First;;National "Baiikof .

for a short trip to Panama Allen Friday and Saturday. Monday'morning and told, us he .

Dr. W. H. Grace and wife of would have new sweet potatoes J .: .Chipley: .' ".i'J .1'.
City.W. town .on the market in a few days. .
: L. Hill of Gainesville was Aycock, passed through
one of the visitors in the city Sunday morning enroute to The friends here ot Clyde Ad- .

Sunday. Graceville'' spend the day. ams will sympathize with him in I L..................... .....................,.....'. ....J \
the death of his father, which
called to Ca-
D. J. Paul an attachee of the Sheriff Ahep was occurred at Brewton, Ala. Tues-,I
U. S. Land office, was in town ryville Monday'morning to arrest day afternoon. Rub-My-Tism will cure you. I Rub-My-Tism will cure you. .
some parties who halt been y
Saturday. "raising cain" Sunday night. Quite a number of our citizens A few special baagains at the I i Screen your house and> keep '

Ben Miller was up from Vernon left Tuesday for Rome Ga., to Misses Richardson's this week. out the flies and mosgt toes. See
Worth W. Trammel
'. and spent a few hours here Attorney Dunn-Cole man-Co. about it. .'
attend meeting of the stockholders ,
l' one of the prominent young law- HATS at your own .
Saturday. yers of Pensacola,.was One of the of a defunct insurance company price at Campbell & Dekle Co's.. Phone Williams &,-Helton. for
r J. R. Moody of Vernon, was i in which they hold quite a
kind of feed stuff maypl
visitors in the city Saturday. Call in at the Misses Richardson's any you
: (town Saturday looking,after bus good sized block of stock. ) need for \our cows, horses; etc.: '
and the
\ matters. Dr. Milton and Jeff Ward of see pretty new. l
1 'Hess Weatville, were in town Sunday One of the greatest lessons in goods received this week ; ,Automobile and Bicycle Owners-See
:.. Albert Everitt from his life is to learn to take
was up morning, having come over for people at STAR *'5* STAR 'SHOESthe Chipley Specialty Co. for material to
mill Saturday and spent a portionof their best, not their worst to look repair punctured tires in ,one, .minute
the Dr's automobile which was best,made, sold in Chipley by
without. cost,-F. F. PELT.
the day here. for the divine, not the human, in ,
here for repairs.
Dr. Leslie Britt came over \ then; the'beautifu1, not the ugly; SAWN TIMBER--For the best
from Bonifay and spent Sunday Miss Mary McLeod returned: ') the bright, not dark; the straightnot SAWN TIMBER-For the best results ship your timber t tp MUR- -

with his parents.C. this week from Knoxville; Tenn. \ the Crooked side. results ship your timber to MUR- PHY-MORRISON Co., 326 Brent
where she bas.been for the past PHY-MORRISON Co., 326 Brent '
Bldg., Pensacola, Fla.' ,
Miss Allen C "
Maggie entertained ?
C. Johnson and wife were six weeks taking a course in a Bldg., Pensacola Fla.. '" '"'
up from Vernon Saturday morning : eachers' training school. J quite a number of the young peo 5 or 6 doses 666 will break:any: .-
Saturday evening in honor of If you arE; in a hurry and waiting *
for a few hours. case of Chills & Fever; it acts ,:on
', John 'r.'Britt and family returned her friend Miss Ida Foxwortb of for your groceries, you can the liver better than Calomel; and
I Mrs. J. D. Campbell and Mrs* last week from a ten dayscamping Marianna who I get,them quickly by phoning to
1 was visiting her. does not gripe or sicken.25: ,cents
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S. A. Alford visited'with friendat trip on Cedar and The evening. during which delightful Williams & Helton. .
Bonifay Saturday. creeks. He says'they had De:3 refreshments If we are believe<<; the 'pu re- :
: was served LACE -the espe-
, Attorney R. A. McGeachy o I ,lightful time, and plenty_ of was most pleasantly spent by cial attention of the ladies is call- food people, that can opener, has I I

Milton, spent Sunday here the I-W. O. Wells and wife of Al- all present. ed to the dainty line of Lace Collars as much to answer for as-the, -

truest of his mother. ford I spent Friday and Saturday' The Banner has been. commis- at Campbell & Dekle; Co's. corkscrew. )

,;, T. J. Lawrence of near Vernon here withMr.. Wells' parents. sioned to receive campaign con-

;, was shaking bands with his They returned home Sunday, ac- tributions, so if you have any I am handling Ice in Chipley again this seasonI

", friends here Saturday.J. companied by his mother! and change that you wish to. contribute will appreciate your patronage and"promise .
you same courteous treatment and prompt
, :' J. Barrow of the Sexton sec- brother.C. to the National Democratic I C E IE attention I have always given you heretofore..

: after tion, was business in town matters.Friday looking Southern. A. Fussel Express Jr, one Co's of valued the us campaign; we will please make acknowledgement hand it in' to- A. E';. Nowlin: 0'. .-" .'
employees at Jacksonville, is of same through the columns Open front S to 10 o'clo&k Hundays.
," J. R. Higbtower of near Millers of the paper aud foward it
k Ferry, was transacting bus- spending a well earned vacation to the chairman of the of the All orders to be delivered must be received .".' .. ;

, iness in town Saturday. with his parents. and friends campaign committee. not later than 4 o'clock p. m. ,
near Wausau. -
, Messrs. Wyatt and Gadt Par- .. .

' ish of Vernon, were business vis- Explains Itself. 1

" itors in Chipley Saturday. Covington, Tenn. July 29, '12.

t: L. Harrell was in from his\ Mr. A. D. Campbell,. '
and spent the day here Sat- Cbipley, Fla. '
z GA. mingling with friends. ;/ Dear,Mr. Campbell: we want to show vou
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O. B. Tiller and wife of I highly appreciate the honor .

:'. Cottondale, came in Sunday even- and confidence expressed by your ___ .r rw ware sv.oisswrsr.v .wr .
{ ingjor a short visit with relates school board and I shall strive to .'

.'\ / Mra. David Pratt returnee maintain the highest possible The Greatest Line of Screen Doors and Windows ,-
standard of excellence in the
unday afternoon from .a vis/t work to which"I have been. elected
: r with her daughters at Marian a. "Further communications Ever Rhown Here. Fine Front Doors, Sash, and
may ..
-;;, D.N. McDonald of Noles,spent be addressed to Covington.. Sash><' Weights. Kitchen Sinks .Galvanize '
ii" Friday night and Saturday morning Very.truly, Pipe '
{: here looking'' after business J. Leslie Dickson. *'
matters. .. Pipe Fitting.. :-: :-: :-: :-: :-: :-.. /". ;
The'question: when will the 1 ,
Misses Lucile and John Jordan -
Chipley High School open having FISHING THATS FIT
left'last week for few weeks FISHING -
a so-
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been ask us several times.recently -- __u
,journ in the'mountains of North
ask Mr. Ar D. Cam pbella ,
Carolina. The Beat Line of Tackle '
i', : member of the board of school Fishing Shown in '
[Lafayette Lassitter of ,Walton trustee.the same. question yes .
(county,.came in Saturday for, a terday, and' his reply was: the Chipley in Many: Years. :: :: : /: '

;r 7 short visft with his sister, Mr) matter has not been definitely decided ,

W. T, Jeffries. but the school will very -

.... .'. :Attorney W. H. Watson of probably 23rd.open Monday, September We Are Lookii-ig For YouuDunnCoSeman .

Pensacola spent Saturday herelooking
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after matters o_f legal in- .
Manager Wh ted of the Campbell

terest to clients. i & Dekle Co. says Saturdaywas I Company (' ipJt)'"-

A. Q.' Jones of .Millers Ferry, a busy day at their store, 9 Fla.
aise in town Saturday mingling the sales that day amounted to

; .., with"friends transacting bus- something like $550. Pretty ; A. 6.. McQUA66E, ,General Manager,
t. ;;iness.. Abner doe l1\'t 'comeup: good business for this season of r

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