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 15, 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: UF00075891:00316
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Succeeded by: Washington County news (Chipley, Fla.)

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E:4:; ) >w.alit7yCSroeories.. Items of especial Interest to
; i .i,;.I ; Women who appreciate Style

f. I and quality...to say; nothing t

:' .. When Fora Meal You Have a Guest of extraordinary value. \
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'"'* Reduction in .
Prices Uuntil
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1 ''i I ; Linen Dresses, were worth $6.75 to $9.50 S5.50 'l .
THE WE SBlwIw Reduced > .
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A Fine Meal, is Half the Entertainment. White lace trimmed Lingerie, Dresses wereup to embroidered$7.50, reduced: and to S .00, ,

'OOOOOOOct', : oooooooo Q9QQOQQOOQO9OQ999QOQ69OQ O999OO99OOO9QO9Q9O99999O99O9999. Voile Dresses, were worth $9.5Oto, $12.50 88 LOO' .

.. :', TRY THRSB--.XHBYIX* PLEASE! ... have been reduced to '

0000000000000000000000000000 Silk Dresses, were priced $10 to $15, $ LOO
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Fresh Bread Dried Ham Reduced imcljoth

_. .- '- Canned Peaches, Ladies Waists $2 :
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Pure Coffee :- Have been reduced to tRy
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; i Fesh. Cookies'andCakes. High Grade Tea ,">" ., are now 75 a. -
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|,4 Ladies Muslin Underwear, at reduced prices 1 .: ", _
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Ten 0ys' Progress. ..; Co.. Kisslm-- : School to Open September 30th.A. Occasionally one comes acrossa Boat Schedule: at Soothport. t. ; ,.J

'Notwithstanding that this is mee.'$10,000. D. Campbell .informed us first-rate recipe for living-one The B. C. & St. A., Railroad \ ,:,
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the mid-s.ur fPer'seaon, when it Kiasimmee Land' Con. ,Kisaim- Tuesday that at a meeting of the' that never fails, no matter'under have made arrangements with :'>' ,:\

is supposed_.business. in all.i| es, meet, $25,000. "' S trustees' of the Chipley High what condidtlon' it is tried, says Tiller &. Black wel.to run their. ili' : ;,\
is quiet, it is evident that business The' Pioholster' Co;., Jacksonville School held that day it was definitely an exchange. Here it is "Have boat in connection'wltb the B. :C. ',,' ',f:., 'P' .:,1

in Florida: is not'lagging,for $2,000Ocala decided that the 1912-13 enough: strength to be sweet, train, and you can make prompt ." a offer
I Gas Co., Ocala, 50000... connection for point the ',..,J. -
any havea
during the first ten dam of August term of school would begin on and enough sweetness to be
Real Co. ''Green bay. M. Ac
no less .than twelve charters:, Estate$10,000, ; CoveSprings I Monday, September 30th. strong I too much of both to be Going north this boat will ob- ..
were issued Florida corpora; The trustees have selected the schedule.
queer. serve following >
tions total capital of L what they consider a very efficient .. j er.
with. a .. Leave Mlllville 0:80: a.m. ,
$2,335,000.00. '" ,Nolle.to .the,Picture Loving N k.' corpse of teachers and-they Leave Panama City 10:15 '...hi. -
hope for and expect a most pros- Notice Of Examination.{ Leave St. Andrew 11:00: a.m. ,
Florida Abstract Co., West Owing to the greatly increased perous'school during the ensuing Notice that Leave Lynn Haven 13:10: p.m. __"' ... '
Palm Beach, 20000. interest'In my KUDZU.business hereby given an Arrive Southport U:30: p.m. ,

.J Osceola'J {trnal.Publi"ht.. ':.C, .. 'PJeas V btudio will be.closed!.rrom I year.The full roster of teachers is examination for teachers will beheld Going South, the boat will be '., 1 Ii tin
4kissimmee\ ,'$10,boo.' Okeechobee ., Jacksonville : J. Leslie Dickson principal.Mrs. of Vernon, beginning at 9 o'clockon there will be no delay., :rII:
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: '1 r' !.t. .... A. ',' 4 P.o *.- .PLBr&s, W,.C. Lockey, 1st. aast.Miss' Tuesday the 3rd day of Sep R. F. SCAKLKTT < fig, your
200000. Cbipley 1 Fla.. Nella Wells, 7th grade. General Manager; 1 ;n'to*"/.*#<
tember, and continue for five .. ,.
Gress Manufacturing Co.Jack; : & Miss Annie Judson 6th grade. lef btwl-;
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sonville $1,000,000.; Wells Miss Ethel White 5th grade. .\ .'
& Sharron handle 'only u tou.
Mrs. Collins, 4tb'grade. to furnish themselves with T. G. Yates I ;; ; ::
Florida Plantation CO c ,.,., Fells! ... .
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1000000. Miss Alma Langston, 3d grade legal cap paper, pen\ and ink, a Eye Specialist, :.
St. Lucie Co., $ 1 "1"1" fJ
;mere cash., '
prices ,
*." 'South Jacksonville Publishing "reasonable prChe ;tour' : .: Miss Miss Anis Caliie Home Hentz,,2nd primary grade.department certificate of good moral character Will be in,Chipley at Dr. Wilson's ',,,,.,,,.'. '.e B":: 'if

:Co., Jacksonville, $8,000, I": ;f ? ;I iMisses'Richardson' can first division. and pay a fee of $1.00. office the First Tuesday in October /' '1.1c'" ",8

Uenderson- Waits Lumber Co. please you'in any. kind of millinery Miss Janette Campbell, prima B. F. GAUCEK., 1912. Consultation 'and ."., r .. .... i I'' '." ,

:'JCaryville, $100,000 ..-' .you want. : '. ry-department, second division. Secty. School Board. examination free.iL : f't: \
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:;:"' -" THE BANNER ,'Republicans For',Wilson., J; .' \ .

"Last.w ek the editor of the
,' ;.' FUBLJSHKl)JCVKBY: THUK8DAY.H.t New York Press $ent private( ,letters ,
: ChipUy, VI*.
to Republican voters;, .selected '
oT ,those
WAUTBM W. -0"88. fBditow.at.r.d at ramdon from readers on you one

at U. post mcs at Chlpler.Fla.. .. its Wail subscription list and not \ .

. livin .\J,1..1 Tew York city or other .

hF' SUBSCRIPTION RATES: large.:cities. The main part of who have intended :to "
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A .OH TBAB,..............'....:....1.00 the"'letter'was: :
.a YoilTtas...... ..... ...... .. .80TgKMMOHTHS "For which of the following do '
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you intend to vote: Taft, Wilson r ib t who he ve not

: Xaietwa.. raU. lurnUhed on application.Conftnuntcatlolia Roosevelt? ? -
',l -- "Are you in favor of the plan ."-'"" .
on live topics espe-

Y4 } solicited. It 'by'tbe former"Presi-
h efalfyOtte4oal Ittterest. are proposed
la understood, however, that the publish- Why- not ,come and let us fit In
the you np 'J
.. ,.fTJD:1U..nB'WIU not be responsible dent of breaking up present } :

for opinions eiprewed.. -. by correspondents.. Republican party and form a ;

! ? For whom did "one of those :BLtJE SERGE 81ffT$? ,
tr TT: BAJrim wants a live representa- new one you' .. ., ,;.J
tit and eorretpbttdent at every postofflceIn vote-in 1908? : J
;, the county, and will make liberal ar '. .
+ rangementi with thfe' tlltr' parties.: "Of the 1.000 first replying vir- "
} \ tually all voted tor Mr. Taft four '. We ;have 'hem to suit everybody, 1 at : ,
L .OAV, A.... '11. una.L.St. '
Ttf..U..".. ...... .J years agd. Of the 1,000 replying : "
442 ,said they would< vote for Mr. prices ranging:from $15"down='to J9. .:: .fhl

A Dcserred Compliment. Taft this year, 332 for !Mr ,' \ : .' -f :', .

!4rlBobShelt.lO the Outlook, Roosevelt, 134 for: Mr. Wilson ':,' .I

' ''r, pays a deserved compliment tot and 91 said they would not voteat :.. Also HATS, ffi 'TS, ,' HATS,, at. your :':' :
: Gdvef itor Wilson when he quotes all or were* undecided. ,'. '. ,
"Most of those declaring they own price.. .. .
rr2.' with approval the following sentiment your ;, ,
;: 'ct Dressed by'the democratic would vote for Mr. Wilson gaveas .. I : ,
tbeir reasons their disgust '
candidate: i

*'No ,one ,pretends to find a with Republican factionalism.Some :, . "
reisfoh'fdr hot voting for Mr. were voting for him as sur- "' .> i ,

*M, Wilson in the character or.in the est way, in their judgement, to .xr; :,: t 'Dekfe "
CarnpbeK' Company.
idtfals of 'Mr. Wilson himself.It defend the Colonel and prevent f"I .
is plain that he approaches him from breaking up the repub- "

lican party. Some of those in
: public questions from the point
the not-voting class said they I _
of view of public interest. What I .. _. ... n J. I
j'4. he said the other day in a speech might vote for.Mr, Taft or for r

%, at.Attantic City is a genuine expression Mr. Wilson if it became, neces- ,' jpo u .aMI.-r faali....Nle... >F4Qr vcreen. doors and windows

of his spirit. He was sary, in their j judgement,. to do GAVE BATTLE TO POLICE. = ace Dunn-Coltman Co.thi .
peaking olt rah ''issue raised in this to'prevent"the' Colonel from '&'fcMrUgh"., OIWM fa ftwfet ea ... T ..
The Vienna Austria
) police wire
romantic earner of Bees Tnto h,
tbat,.place by lawlessness and breaking.,up. their: party.Some held, at bay for 'over''two hour the !.a 'Ajuftrfenbirated / ,.sMt.e. sit A.ch". Fresh raCkers.ev. ry.mriilsgeli.t .

corruption, of the need of moral. ot. those! recording themselves other day; by robbert in'a drinking >ooab''''a. tIN week at Schell's

h: pridfc,'And "Of the willingness'to for'Mr.'''I'att"lamented his nomi- saloon in a densely populated quarter adventunn et ,Ibis, as.., .

;c, fia'bt'-evU *t all costs. 'There nation,"'but would vute tor himto t>f the city. The presence' T>f'th. Thar. w'e coualm W*.TOodea 'NtrrICE FOB PUBLICATION

can b ,'-.aid Mr. Wilson, 'so long prevent ,the Colonel from thieves who were robbing the till, fl: %htm, ...:w...... .. Department bf the Interior.
tbeir was noticed 'at two o'clock in the u. S. Land Office at Gainesville. Florida.
as ,we are honest men, no quar- breaking tip party. In thai .r..eTII ....MI;_. .
,;,; ter with'any man who deals privately .' morning by ;the police, 'who nir- both rhaL 'tt+ .(* _It .a.4..._7_ A Nqtlcsls t hereby alien.haJlO that, 191 Willie*: A. :
rounded the house and called -on' the suicida the otherFmnoh .....JJ._ .._. ,tN Tayler of Fountain'. 'Florida, who on
or publicly in a practice Oar Opportunites. Q Asiast It,'1910. Homestead Entry,
thieves to come 'out They replied wniotton.bratei '.tIia--..ses ssh> ticrlal No. OTm for 8EM Section 14'
th f is'u rii'bteousi; a man who One was rummaging along the with, revolver shots, and the police .. TewMhlp 11wrt a1 e'& 13 west TalUbassee -
the of t.ld &. flied
eateer Vmt
r himself his life down fork r Meridian, baa notice of InS -
,; lays seashore gathering treasures of ,returned,their fire,' shooting into the r taattok. *o>> uaka FJn&l Cemmotatlonproef
,k*: 'that.purpose, ought to die more stone and shells. High on the hop, which was in darkness. The -;...x:.;,,., to .establish claim to the land '
above described, before the Clerk of tbClMolt .
THOS3E ...Rte o.! p
i : happy than he lived. Life is 'a beacb lay a shell more beautifulthan inhabitant of the quarter watchedthe C, urt,at Vernon Florida,9a the,
:little.thing Life lasts only alittle'while battle which 'lasted until five ." lIO'b day of Aa. 8t, IIP*.
any yet discovered. He Ethel-Xaat''sa y. tfc*".. ..... drhtrasra-..mes as witnesses John
'And if out o'clock when the of W. :'n7lorO Godwin of Sexton, Vlorld <
it goes in listless breaking day ,,,,
was searching a dreamy, Juice Milxwrfaee foVnaT pt ..Horce Walslnirhau. Henry Walitnfham -
lighted'Vitb the 'torch of glory, way.looking, 'here and there. light enabled the,police ,to rush ,the ,Mart.-I l dd iA/r llM:.. ,of Econflna, Florida,
it -better: than if it bad saloon. The populace f.teathe Henry 8. Chubb
lasted ,
"That shell is safe enough, he ,that soar look &ecl ter.
r . ,upon a dull level a thousands police attacking the thieves with .. .
saM.HI can pick that at -
up my :
._ .* ticks. One member of the band, T I I
-k.-; :year*, That is the test leisure:" But, as he waited a terrified by ,the crowd hid "behind
{ of humanity, and it is the glory the : ........... .
r high wave swept up along a barrel and shot himself dead. '
fh I' ; and sign Christianity, that a
beach, recaptured the shell !and :
\' man will lay down his life for THE WEDDING Sawt-1 Timber. .
bore it back to the bosom of the HINtt.
fr.::, another,taowaiter what the consequences ,- .-
ocean. How like the experiencesof
( may be to himself, our lives is this. When tbe Why should the wedding 'ting be I: For the:best results .:1
rte'' either in. this 'world or in thenext. 'placed on the third finger of the left '
.' wave of another year has flowed hand The custom has existed forages ,Ship your Timber to : !
}:' back and off the shore of time, and the Hurcfor has .

f;,., .' "These, words, especially as how many shells of plans, ot opportunities been given as follow reason; :
." they come trom a justchosen Murpiiy-Morrison Go !
P 4 of toward :1
y purposes Our ancestors found the left hand ,
to recive the highest gift in the ,
noble and ,better life lying there more convenient for such ornament
:'' bands of his party, present a you thought within your easy than,the'right, for the reason that it 326 Brent: BIdfl.JFl. :
view of public service that should is ,
generally less -than the
grasp 'a year ago, has it not employed
r ;A actuate all men in public life. latter. For the same reason they PenNacala
swept into the. irreparable past! ,
They .re'a pledge of Ibis OWIi'i Baptist'Com monwe .lth. chose the 'third instead of another :. .i.
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"So less used than the but I. bet. -- ----- -
;; far as the country at large "A Flame of Flies"Wg others ::
knows it, Mr. Wilson's since, he ter adapted to.guard ring against i'
sf, 'entered public life two ''years can not too' strongly urge ,:'bruises, "'since that; finger his: Vila .UNlvom E Of ur" Florida State College For Women

the screening of doors and windows quality peculiar to itself-it cannotbe GAINESVILLE TALLAHASSEEOd t
has not been inconsistent
r : 'ago to prevent the ingress of extended but in with A,Superior But laez/eatlve laitltatlee fferHerhla .N Art. aM Od*c... Normal school
''with his lofty purpose of his hi h.tharacter. company t e.. MeL Sckool..Xtulc.School ol Art. School ol 1Capr'e'
flies, and we should be verf are- !some other 'finger, 'whereat the"Netl, f1Mo Ir.u...... rrlcultvralltyutwuiM. ssp..tae+.t lltatlaa& .4...acXlnt ..BO... sa4 Ica. r .
While in office he has
... ..... clue eqalt itMxboat. Taltlo
tul to prevent the by kill- W singly stretched .t 1.he1r' Tlength.IIarper's 4* oee.ar. fI0tW.. rrVw. For talom ,
y egress may .at.. SO pr ont lacna.. U ..t ..<_ iaa ., > tlu
been not only the chief executive addw. -
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Y..; of his state, but also the lead- iug any fly caught Inside the Weekly. :; I CCtar .AttractlT..... :"A.AA.MIJIPIUt."W..L IIwuaQllUJH..l PraWnf.,
house. A perfectly reliable fly
fer of his party in the state." -
__ poison, which is harmless ,to .
YV, !
human, is ''this: 'Dissolve one

A New York dispatch says dram of bichromate of potash in ',.'
i": there are now 1,746 organized \
two of add
water and
ounces, a
.... "bodies Young Men's Christian little in shallow 'd sh :
sagar; put
Association, with a total membership es and set about ( A spoonful, ',oftorolalin : : WEATHEE: FURNITURE

of 563,479 in the United or formaldehyde in half

; "j States. These Associations own cupful water and' exposed in :3s'bow
t,::!;, ,property to the extent of about the room will. skill all, ''the flies. /riovfdisy chair, the inviting couch are now in ,1ae .
ri c, 575.000,000., M.. C. A's. are a Or beat a shovel or other article

: 'great thing and pour thereon tw tity drops Qg1 4

carbolic acid, The vapor will 1 .I ..t A' We have a collection of willow and grass. | ,
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Collier' advises us to spend a kill the fliesAccording .
\1 farnitu.re that it will do you good to see. .And
,f'. couple hours every summer .
.,, -afternoon at tennis or golf, promising to preliminary ab- the prices for it are, such that to do withort ,

; that this will make us for- stract compilation of the 24th an- these warm weather comforts would be sheer

met tbe beat. Now will Collier's nual report of the Interstate folly. '

a ,;please tell us how we can spare Commerce Commission xfor the i' '
the time from shop,office or store fiscal year; ending
:r!; 'where we are trying to make an is an aggregate mileage-'of railroad S' Furnflure

{, '"honest living. track in the United States Company .

.. i i of 632,710 miles. There was 61- k
.\. Railroad Cht Fla.
There was no need of a formal 624 locomotives in service and fey.

::'.:* 'notification after the bull moose the total number of cars in 'use ..

r"'::''" ''II "convention was held.. ,. 3'= -;,' *. ',was, .359',33S... -

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Comprehensive nay on the Brltlah, World's Records for Marksmanship All

? Barber &. Written by Small Subject of His and He la Trained to Acton

the Mikado. His Own Initiative.

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Shop. There U a large missionary schoolIn It there is one big. distinguishing

Toklo, Japan where the teaching trait of the United States regular, it

IB In English. One of the pupils recently Is individuality. In every one of the

No Waiting. wrote a composition on "Eng great foreign military nations, particularly -
land" and We append some choice ex' Germany and Japan batalllon ,!

.: -', 3 "Barber's'3 tracts: and company officers and enlisted men

t "The England which occupied of the are carefully trained not to think for /

'" : largest and greatest dominion which themselves. They are used as mere

I -;;;: Everything Up-b bNow., rarely can be. The Englishman always chess places under the guidance of a ,
, works with a powerful master mind. In this country, whereour %
""""" Very &
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v ,, .'.. R."II.e.ol!. ... . . 7ScK.: hands and the long legs and even melting pot has yielded us an extraordinary .-
"' Haircutting, .. . 2.5c.. the eminenced mind and his chin la self-reliant cool thinking A handsome new style in ,

>:i: .' Shampoo, ... . .. 25ap so strong as deserved iron, Being Intensive initiative product, it la only Diamond Grade
.. '-if Massage.! .. . . 25c. spread out from Europe to Australia natural that our soldiers should be our Special $3.00VIACMINERY

.,' flak; Singe,- ,. :rc.We ::: to America his dominion is dreadfully trained as are our civilians. that will give the finishing ,

... extensive, ep that his countrymen The United States army spends an-. ,:' '" "
u? ''> SUcit Your Patronage. boastfully say. 'the sun are never sets nually on rifle target practice five touch to any costume. :... ,.
,.';"': Very RespectrufyY. on our dominion.. The testimony of times the sum spent by any other This is only one of our new patterns.' ,': .
English' say that 'he that lost the army of an equal number of men This

f'\..,' ... D. Peters. JRropr.FA11HIOR. common sense, he never had any benefit ;' applies too, to our field, and coast ar Ask your dealer to ,show you his styles'of' : I
he had tillery. As a result no better marksmen
," "' though gained a complete ,
It h" 7: Brand Shoes. He should! have'them '. '
world. The English are cunning mention can be found than the American Diamond
'IUGII to establish a great empire of the soldier and his cousin the national

Y''' paradise. As the Englishman always guardsman, who is trained along the in all grades, at all prices, for men

.',1'. nENT>ts'r. confide the object of the pure and the same lines. Every world's fire con. I as well as for wome'n and children.
order to be holy and they reproach trol and accuracy record with rifle and

_,,Ciown and Bridge/ Work Specialty.. ).. him If any of them are killed to big gun is today held by the American >
014MOA/0! ..
_.:. ALL WORK GUAR NTE'I-D. death jwlth the 'contention of other soldier. J".
",' men" The United States army is small, in 4 , :A: 'fcjR.Ofllce over Chipley State Bank. 1
I accordance with the will of the people
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" ,' t not to support a large standing military lYE MA/AfORE FiNE SHOES THAN AMY
; Schools.In .
; Publlo
'. -'ihe,: : New York World. antiquity the masses'of the peo establishment. But what we OTHeR HOUSE /// rItEYES' !: ,
have is almost 100 cent efficient,
fi :' :: -- 'I Ihrice week Eedition. In of things per
; ,. : -a- pie grew up Ignorance the splendid nucleus pf the big army
education the educe _
Publlo -
'41'cif' literary. .J
; tlon that exists for the 'of the of regulars militia. and volunteers ... "I .
; ,,<: Thu TItrlet'-n sock World hopes to on masses which we should place in the field if

Jy!, ,;''.: In 1'Hid a batter paper than- it bus over 1 people-began rule ,In practically Geneva from with which JohnCalvin's occasion required it Is only In equip FARQUHAR CO.

"fIr; -, been liefortand It bad made l It.I arrangement : ment 'quartermaster, commissary 43 E. Bevy Street.JACKSONVILL ,
time education had steadily
,* uccordmcly. Ita. news SOWCB COY popular medicine and particularly ordnance R
Th free school ,
ground. syst
era the I'nth'l\ globe, and It reports. every gained stores-that our army la lacklng.-
.. tiling fully, promptly and accurately. Itb tern had Its beginning in Great Brit Leslle's. Largest stock Alachlncry
about the 1T80. with Robert
l-i the only paper not a dally which Is as. air year .
.. Ralkes and his Sunday school move in Florida for law mills and
and wblch will keep '
good' us a dally vou
1" :.',, .as/ I'omptnlely Informed of what Is hap- I ment. It was not until 1860, however Mr, W, e, aun ehiH;; firmer living near planing mill. : I',, ,
that the free publIc schools began to
pnnlim throughout: the world. Iteming, Pa., says ha bar UBCHI Cbnrabor-! '
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';''',' The Tlirl6o-a week World |18 fair In Its get itself firmly rooted in the British lain's Colic,
.:'-.-.. political 1 reports. You can net the truth I Isles In this country from the start lit his family for fourteen yearn, und that been built for;'" 57?: jearw: ;

": ''. < from Its columns, whether you arn a Re'puMlcan the Idea of,universal education was he hns found It to tie an excellent remedy, more built today than ltnp'other -

'''n. or Democrat, and that I Itl what championed by Jefferson and othei and takes pleasure In recommending/ it, "'-_
:: .,:" want leaders among us, and the' idea has Foe sole by All Dealers.laau.ptc&oue L-- Let us tell. .you? vvh', :* vi
Yi; ; ," you never ceased to be fundamental withus Send'for
catalog andprice.
';: spoolal feature of tho Thrlce.a- "'cl\ ---, )
a'A as absolutely necessary to the
" j I hits always !been Its serial fiction
4 of,the which the
prevention liberty on
lt.jnlillslies,, .. novel hv HIP best o.lIllIorsl" I Honeymoon. '' ,' l
j. : | government Is founded. A dramatic interruption to hooey.moon \V H. MILTON,* M, L. 1)EKLE, F. }' .' :( ({ :
;- ;- tlio world noves olden In book form soil a
';.,ti, fur f1.ro 4 npft i-e. und lt,# htith utandard ,It,, occurred the oUter day' in a President. Vlce-Pnislduiit 'lJn1lI rcr..

::', .. .' this 1'/1'/ ''' -t. will\ 1 be maintained; In the fntIII leading restaurant at Brejens, on Lake ,

,,,' ;; ; -.. 1)4 |In tin t>l\9t |":ilrt-d.JVlllit..lIlIOuot..I
., Ihu rJl.lic-n-ttttk! XVotiU'b iiMilisubscription wedding ,ceremony the happy couple
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the wlioVtyetem :
lu l iHirfi.iui IU lunrtu* 1'1'01.1'\1\| | ,
:t', I price Is only 1.00 per yourand bad escaped from their relations and i '; *
Ueoouit deranged. A few duress ul NNA. FLA : :
':,,A' ._', this pays for 150:\ papers. We offer Ohumberlalns Tablet Is all you need. They Woods and ordered a good lunch. ______ __ _,__ .. .__ f-f V;.
this!! unequalled newspaper and The Ban When the deeeert was ..-.ed. a handsome -
{ ,. wilt strengthen digestion, Invigorate
.... ', I your walked to the Capital 50000.00
ft together for one year for 91.05. Them young woman up .
;your liver, regulate your bowels, entirely "
f of the bridegroom and accused him oC Jilting "
regular two
subscription price pa
'pars Is (3 00. doing away with that miserable\ feeling due her, and also of taking a. huge: nom of Solicits .Accounts .of Banks, Corporations: Firms ano Indhiduals. .. .

:r --- to faulty digestion. Try It. Many other money from her by faIN promise ofmarriage. Our twenty years experience In the banking Jbuslnesa enable. us, ...to.:offer
\ have been permanently cured, why not you On the bridegroom attempting you the best banking facilities of any bank in West tf.orlda. We also ,have a

, t, For sale by- All Dealers. to exeuee himnelf his former sweetheart fully equipped Savings Department in which we pay interest on deposit Accounts

I --_._-_. _-_. became angry and thrashed him by mail handled aa easily a* by personal Interview.Send .,.:,,

,1-, '." tit the restaurant, taking away htemoney us your business. ?
)'::2.i r: to write! fbi our confidential letter before apo F. M. GOLSON
watch and chain and soon his Cashier.
':' plyllllr fir patent! it may be worth money, Source of the Brahmaputra.For .
l (, W.promptly obtain U. a. and Foreign new wedding-ring. Then she 'commanded
" 40 the birthplace of the ,
(, ., years him to follow her to the nearest
Brahmaputra river of'India was
police station where abe repeated
i" and TRADE MARKS or ctnrn ENTIRE thought to be among the high valleysof her anrnsaHona. WANTa :
i uttoruey's 1'':... Bend modal, kkeKh the eastern Himalayas or on' the and on the bridegroom
or-pbot end we send an IMMEDIATE : conf easing to the foots be WMformally YOU
,' Plateau of Tibet north of those mourn jOB'1
FREE report on patentability.:: Wo give
arrested. The unfortunate -
the Iuiit legal nervLo. and advice, and our tains. The theory could not be ] BetterThat
1'1 charges are modercte. Try... roon "wife." who was so shocked by
proved, for hostile Abors in the Himalayan :
;: SWIFT & CO. the terrible scene that she nearly
valley killed the explorers or tainted was .taken home to nor pap question will be'asked you"almost\ dally by business' men sedtTtigservices. your
Patent LawyoP9 barred their.way when they. sought to ... If qualify-take the Draughon Training-and tshow nniblti6n'torice,
t-: .;,f Opp. U.S. Patent Office Washington, D.C. solve the mystery. More BANKERS indorse DRAUGHON'S Colleges thaw indortie nil oth !r but-;!

: -.- It was believed JO years ago thai ness colleges COMBINED. 48 Colleges in 18 States. International rope :nlinu.Baaktag ,
; the Sangpo river flowing. far eastward meritorious : Typewriting. Prnnuuiiililp. EtllI'Jlntlt SpclllnRArltlim, tlo. Letter' writing B\ldlu\ '
Were all medicines as as
Law.Fabalauxiliary: branche. Hood POSjflOJSSOUAKANrELU under rrneouoUo! ,?;(]I'cJ2'| '
, through southern Tibet, was the upper Cbamberlalus Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Bookkeeping. Bookkeepers all over Horn Study, T/Mnaitif\of 1lIll-cca h-

part of the Brahmaputra. Marked Remedy the world-would be much btitrer the United States say that Draughon's iers, boof keepen, find JIckd '/'lIf,*.r arct:

{ logs set afloat In the Sangpop were off bad the percentage <>f suffering greatly New System of Bookkeeping saves them holding' good position'; ) ap; "ho teens;; JI

watched for in the Brahmaputra but' Increased,writes Lindsay Scott of Temple, from 25 to 50 per cent in work and worry. taking Dml1 hou'li H'/ruo: SttllJ t. .

were never found. At last however, Ind. For sale by ,All Dealers. Shorthand. Practically all U. 8..officlal -* CATALOGUE. 'orpriQfJ.4to1lfJ'' \ \/j
the explorers sent out with the troops court reporters write the System of BY AfSt/L, vilio j.,.u\ C. ?'i iffy,.., -,./.
[ who have punished the Abhors for Shorthand Draughon Colleges teach. President, Nashville" 'feIf) For frftlo&tte ;.'" cati -

their massaere'of Williamson and hi* Drinking Water'With Food. Whys Because they know It''ft the best e.n COIMMO si l'(,\)LListt& \i i;lo

ll :' A Colt llttlo- futMt, 200 carriers have shown that the two It Is a trifle disconcerting to be told DRAUGIION'S PRACTICAL n1JSI.NE: iC iIi.!( :,

, t Ileht r.vll! ....rannlni with.wire IT'SAIIINTHETQLUIIIt.cable' drive, ut-onl atU even..h- rivers are Identical. The Brahmapu that when the thrifty housewife expends Jacksonville Fla.or Atlanta,, Gn, or Mof'la or 92"I'.: ; 'r; r ', .,\, <>.

', :t month and adjuaUble Idler. ImproTed eazrlag* tra rises far west near the headwaters from 20 to 28 cents per pound .
r'l II bw king deTlce U qalok artln and a time lanr.JJn of the Indus, among the mountains for the best cut. of beef about 60
T I l y J. In aU.I...,portable and ."&loaar,. percent .. ..
W...a8a rtur .KlB, ., bolton. ,ihlnito .MhlaM.woe bordering southern Tibet. of the sum is being paid for wa
.uw.......wood cow.ITillary ipl.ttcn, ate,. and do foimdrf work, Wilto' Cue ter. Yet such is the case, about 60 :

t I)' I ''' AJtylor Iras Works Bsx 15, ...... ... per cent of the bulk of uncooked beefor '-" I II
Neat :
-_ Pretty and Novel Device.A mutton being water. The Printing
: girl who has passed part of her
V Wo promptly obtnlii U. H. and Foreign flesh of pigeons Is about 70 per' cent

life nee In recently Japan Invited and in the 16 friends center to of din the water that of fowls and, ducks 66 l Creates a :Yg pbd't i.ij re iJ; l :

percent, while a really fat goose may
table was a large bird made of forget
JH have as little as 88 per cent of water
me-nots. That the bird covered a phonograph in among, your correspondentsand :
I Its composition. The, flesh of fish .
not known until tht

; I,I delta free report model on,s[pMunti.Mllty.'*cei or pt ota Gl For lbyIUUOD Ireebookk. le. the finger water bowl stage floating.of, the, banquet. In varies water contained considerably, the In figures the quantity,ranging of, helps to, give ,.yoiii4bus.mess <:-S
were rose petals
"'It o i according to the kinds of fish from 40
Puentete and Trl (14" ; fl wto and they gradually unfolded Into i I
I r to 80 per cent.-Popular Mechanics. prestige.We : ''' '"' 'fj .,.'1 < WHBnA.t* scroll, on which was written: "Get JDJ : : :

1 I \\11U3L at.secret high from'the pitch when bird.' the" young Curiosity hottest was 8w_
.... -.11I "" -.JII n fl11 turned the key and the bird softly Mush .u haa.beea devoted; oy T T r- .c:
sang "Marie and Philip want tc the Swiss of late to the at Reasonable Prices.T V '
I Opposite U. S. Patent Officer me newspaper : ..,,: t n--:-'" :
tell you that they are engaged and la ease of a young Swiss officer, at St.

; < WASHINGTON C. c.. rite you all to the wedding." Congratulations Gall who ordered a corporal to beat Banner Job.OffiGe.5xxcooooooccxxxxxxxxx' C.
, ..... then were in order but tbsecret a. private wtth his sword belt for a :

" THERE'S A REASON.* was kept so well until the bird! minor offense When the colonel of xxx ,,

., I talked that no one .suspected: more ,the regiment beard of the affair he ? ";

: i than a casual friendship existed between promptly placed both lieutenant and
, The Salesman-Plovers'
eggs the hostess and her admirer/ corporal under arrest, and the privatewas

. madam Just arriyed.t New York Press. seat to hospital. The young officer '

4 : .... .The Customer Rather email, baa just been sentenced to ten Physicians Advise

'.. aren't they? FL.YINO MEN FALL, days' confinement to barracks and the the use of goodlaxattve, to keep the bowels-open and preyent the poisons of 1 undigeste< +t

The Salesman' -Just a trifle, madam victims to stomach,Jvet| and kidney troub- corporal to five day*. The affair, bow-' food! from gettinglnto your system. :>' "
s ever, baa not yet ended, as the victim The latest product of science I* VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup, purelyvegetable, gentle;
with like
lei 0th results
;; owing to the coal strike.-Lon same U ; peoput,
I ran claim damages! for assault reliable and of a pleasant, aromatic taste. Velvo acts on the liver as well as on Hie
don Sketch. In loss ol appetite backache. nervous bead, stomach and bowels and Is of the greatest possible efficacy Int(constI: Atlon/lndlgestiofi.
a e) ache and Ured,listless run down feeling.But TUB TRIALS OF A TRAY iiLER.!: biliousness, sick headache, feverishness, cotlc.fUtulence, etc. Try 'VK|
here's i no use to feel like that as T. D
i 1 am a traveling salesman, writes E. E. !
Peebles Henry, Tequ. proved. Six bottles
Young, J:. Berkshire, Vt. and was often LAXATIVE
I of Electric Bitters, wbe writes,did more to wltb and .
troubled constipation\ indigestion
"The man passing over there It give; me new Itrength and appetite than all Lire Pill..
I till I began to use Dr. King'sew
I "- such a timeseryer." ., .,tber stomach remedies used. They help which 1 have found.. excellent remedy.

"I that J ind.- verjrbodyfiM folly to suffer when ibis remedy troubles .
despise For all stomach liver or ktduet
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" will belp Jou'rrooi first dote f try Its only K.HoOeacby. :. LlVER'i'&YRUP
"No reason to despise him. Hiin there! to nothing better. Only 28o at 8.
COo at 8 E KeGeacb,. .
*rich a Rood clockmaker/ "' I \ ,

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I .* Dlrvetorv Small Boy Worked Well With

.. B Ck "' ;South.Preaching: every Recalcitrant Mule. f '
._&ad ,""aJQIvaJ'!! a 1 II. a. m. and 8 p. m. biliousness, Indigestion 'JOB.t.jo. '
.... a ea..pt, 8Jre. Pasiort JL mule drawing a furniture Tan rheumatism -
School W. /Sheets, ,
fttebbath 10 a. m. 1J.. ::
down, Broadway got tired of the job
pimples yellow
.*Meeting Thursday nights. ; and lay down. Soon a crowd gathered : .. .
Young very< meeUiutajf : 1 -a+4 ,and ventured all manner of advice to complexion eta, are all .

bts. cordially ID' the driver, relates the New: York signs of poisons in your ., .R. '

Baptist Cha.tch-PreachlrM Times blood. These poisons'
Scheff electrician of 152
Louis !
>4 4th /Sunday.:: Rev. Ba: .. \ should be driven, out or 1TTNG.
*ibb.th School 10 a.. m., \ Amsterdam avenue, suggested that "
Superlnteneant twisting the mule's ears would force serious illness may result.
l'rtalltoyjkleaMug. Wednes. ....... r It to rise, and put his idea Into practice rid of
.. -., I....... .".. .. ', --'- but Ineffectually while the crowd To get them use .

.....>...8'....$ury.r ... :shouted "Whisper in Itp ear." Q "ra:., __ '. ,: \ .'''.,..,.. x I>wi'l; .,.;..I

Offiiah+'gkry7ps.tg.Lo7g1 ? III.. ear l Scheff next:; tried )pulling; the' mule's. Thedford's"BlackDraught ', .creates' a good imp res. -' ,' ':.. -:' :' '

cept Sivi..*s. tail. Mrs. Anna Schott of 804 Omster. : ': .. -' :? ;:-. ;"

Ea..bOUDd matt ctoses tyt.uhaia>ab dam avenue' a, passenger on 'a Broadway .. sion among your co'f-' .

West-bouud nail closes at. 5:10: p.m. surface car. ,, w>;I ..Is a member of -,.".,;
Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 a m. the Humane society construed, the r respondents and helps ,,' :..
and IesveJ OQ ..U7''VM. of.. the east boundmall. electrician's efforts as cruelty' and had '

Scheff arrested. J. to give business : ': -
f Sunday>\U'*; 11:30 m., to 12:30 p. m., your .; .
when Detectl-re Sharp, of the West Sixty- .,
,, 3tonejOrdersisenedetaH'boure -
Office ta,09 OIl&! ejxeegt :$: und. (,s. eighth Street station who comes from the old, reliable;, purely prestige. ; -
J. P ,HCH&L. K M the south and knows- mules, took one t.. ,, -
.0 vegetable, liver medicine):,, '
look at the fallen mule and said:
4 i:ifs i ,
"You'll never' get that mule npit'slung ;
Oar ClubblMs Lie*. "
; on its let .slde," Mrs. J. H. Easier, of V. ,
BAXHBB and Semi-",eek I, AtlantaBAwiftaj "What1 that got to do with it?" demanded .! Spartanburg, S. C, says? ,
oM4.\rll"J..,per ,ear 11.76.
the driver. "I had sick headache for 'We Do
\ Neat'rrillting.
ATbrlc "Everything, replied Sharp. "
Vfcjr.l3i. '* 7'-1. $1.el'' ', years. I felt, bad most of (
Ropes were tied to the mule's hoofs, the time. 1 r tried! Thed -
ll..rrNsaasd /Semi-weekly:: Times- n -iA.t..n ; Prices.t
and it was turned over on its right ?
o M4jVW 4 pet year, 1-60. side. Sharp gently kicked the animalin ford's, Black-Draught, and. : a uahle

c. ,'. B... rlsa'-4. nome and Farm, per yea the aide and it scrambled to Its now I feel better than : .' ..;:. ':- ; ,
$ ....21\0< ; (
.,. when I was 16 years,old. .

:, 'l"':{ General Directory.-- New York's Language Need.A 25 Your cent druggist packages.sell it,. in ;.: __ <", ,<. ::: .. ':. : ::1.: .. ;-,.: .

I.I STATE OFFICIALS. protest against the neglect of :, '
Insist on Thedford'sThe Giveus. next order. .
,"" Governor-Alber W.QUcUrUt. German in New York: baa been mad your \

Secretary of State--. Clay Craw lord, of to the German board descent of education who ask by also citteeni fen and we will. give you per-; ,, .: ; : .1

I' AMorijej General-; Park Trammell.' the appointment of a supervisor of '
.' fect satisfaction thus /;-_ :, c
'COIA.A.arloult.u.-B. E. McUn. modern languages The modern Ian ,
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i:,.\ Treasurer-Wm V. Knott. gnag most necessary in New Tort: making 'oi'c of our I
is and in tc ,
lust now English, Justice ,
Supt. Public IOlruo'lonWt; HolloComQtroUer Dancer. .'
,1 wIr.. the school we most remember that "His little slanting eyes followed the ".' regular customers. "' ,1 j
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York's four
to a majority of New "
-A.,O. C'rpom..,, floe ft is a foreign language. Probably butterfly movements of Lan-TIn here ,. ,
and there, the free toss of her little L ,
;ti( 8nD.r.me Courtr-Tbos; M. Shack ford, no city In the history of the world ;.. .- ,
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head and the '
graceful abandon of
'I Chief Justice M. U. '.ler her; ..
?, : Mabrv baa.,. had ao huge and heterogenous at .
arms as she flung them over her head :
Railroad CommlspfoD--. Hudson Burr, alien population to deal with.-Spring r '.' ..
and again brought them down '
with '
:..: CtMtlVBMf A Cf Dttuo, Clerk. field Republican.One bend ) a l\: :" '. : :
sweeping to the very ground. 0
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( .in4ltQfekja41oIeUcjreulb-J. Emmett "
Lan-TIn forgot the mandarin and all 'T'HE'1 "r' "
Wolfe,.PagsicaIa"' of the most common aliments. thai his regal magnificence.." she was playing .- -' ::." ,

\\1'\1 State*Solicitor lint judicial. clrcult.L. .- !. hard working people are "afflicted .with Is a pretty little game of make-be. "
; Wilson.U. lame back. Apply Chamberlains' Liniment lieve. She was the :wind' blowing

1y twice a day aDd massage tbe parts thoroughly through the plum tree. Tossing and
wl:' Si LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS.. at each application, and you will got twirling, bending low M" did the droopIng ,: : ,
sale All Dealers.
quick relief. For by
branches; waving slowly, rushing ,,
H. 8. Chubb, Register, Gainesville Fla. i fiercely like a' tiny whirlwind. With "

Shields Warren, Receiver, Gainesville. iI I flushed cheek and. glowing; eye, she

HIS SYMPATHIES WITH ELK i was the spirit'of' the. wind:. Chipley,. :Fla.

WASHINGTON COUNTY OFFICERS. "Then a funny; thing, haoneaed. A
..mwhat Natural, Slnoe Animal Re. From, outside the windows that openedon *
Circuit Clerk:-W. O: Lockey, Vernon.
oued Engineer From Extremely the perfumed:.Chinese.night came \
0a8 7.&a4.-1.. A Haiefclson.Vejrnon.SkepHIM }
+ *, G. Alien, Chipley.Treasurer Awkward Position.A .the, sound of loud. hanA-clapplng! and \ *X q .

.-H. R Tiller Vernon. .deep, strange voice shouting 'Brava! ,
Xai .&""sor-.1'.J; William. Chleley./ ; curious story of adventure cornea. She dropped. down on a cushion, d

Tax Collector-W. B. Gainer, Kcontana.!: From Montana. While a freight train ,no longer' a. wind fairy, but a Jlttle High : Class Saw Mill Machinery |

tMp..DlaWlc.loMJoutJD..B. Bf Gainer. was lying over at a small mountain ..wilted flower."-:From,. "The Tale of I
station, the engineer borrowed LJttle Lan-TIn," br.J1Q.1JIncler.
J VKajiaaji( a shot? We carry at our new warehouse, 408
r Supervisor: of Registration. M, run and started out for a short hunt.. and 410 East Day St.,'a large stock of
..I.! SJUWftB*.Oreeohaad.Ctonajgr Binding' nothing, he was returning to. Portable and Stationary Engines; Locomotive
goljaitog-A, D. Carmlchael the; train when a cow came running at 1 was cured of diarrhoea,by one dose of 1 and Horizontal Return Flue

I Chjple" him, and before he realized his danger Chamberlains Colic.Cholera,and Diarrboe Boilers; Saw-Mills, Planers Edgers,

''i I 'Count.l j .i rv-so.t-Thol.Collins,. Cary.vUs .. she tossed him In the air. ltem.el\Y"wrlttoe. M. K. Gebbacdt, ,Orloe: Ili Saws, Belting and sawmill and Mill Supplies; also
engine We
rt' { ,Idly! .. Getting to his feet as quickly as, 1'... Nhere.is nothing. better For sale by _.- handle the celebrated line of HUST-

f "QAA\ComJZil/lJilooer.)/ : possible, he dodged behind a treat ,AIL Dealers. ... ...... '" LER,. TAYLOR VANCE. AMRER-
and then, to his ... '1.( '
1 dismay found that ICAN
r Jf T. Hgl! u>wer, Chairman Vernon. I ti !and DELOACH Saw Millr.
11,r A Q. Gilbert Chipley.Sn the gun barrel was bent so as to be Useful AcoompllehmentLEvery ERIE, LEFFEL, 'T A YLQR' and
useless The next ten minutes were woman wants a Boxy corner SOUTHERN Engines and Boilers, PERKINS Shingle Mill Machinery. Spe-
Sn U. Davis Wausau..
oil 1 clal Stave Machinery for
.. J. H. Porter very lively ones white the cow chased all her- own-be that corner humble Turpentine Plants.
Mlllvllle.u. .
the' Large .tack.carrl<:d.for immediate: Shipment. Get our prices before buying.
encIneer round
\ and round the
.. F\Gunn Santa Rosa.. or Handsome. We can saye you money. A postal will bring our Traveler. .
c tree. Just when he was about to sue- Every woman who does not have the Write for HteVature'
1' School: Board.: ; covering your special requirements.
:numb from fatigue, an angry snort was home longing Is' abnormal. Home Is
O; B. Bush Chairman. Orange Ulll -beard. and''a big elk appeared upon made up of little things.. IVloIstay Machinery Co.

to S.W.J.F.Gainer Russ, Vernon.CHIPLEY St. Andrew.. the scene, head down and prepared One of the largest of these llttte 40& Sc 410.. E. tiDY St. JackHonvl. Florida
for ?"
a fight.
things Is the ability to cook whole- Long Dlntano Telephone No.. H7<4..
So.was the cow, and In another mo some food.Sewing 0.--

CITY OFFICIALS. meat the two animals dashed at each and muslo are next.: A woman ,

M.or-A.. D. Campbell. other. The engineer watched the combat might be as homely; as-can be, but

K..rlh..l-JohD. Roberts : for a few minutes, until prudence 'If she can cook'a good dinner; make, a Here Good

Clerk._'14.Treaiurer: -W. W, Cook, .suggested that' he should make a re dress, 'and let her moods slip out of a Slogan fora

Council-Ai Ifo Carinlebael, chairman. treat. soon as he could. He regained her finger tips on' -piano,' that woman -

q.R41: lns:' 1t?l4oQ.loky\.G, E'r).b p. '. the train In safety and never will have a chance.for a truly happy :
XK O. Butler, Jr. knew the outcome ()f the battle but home a thousand per cent. better Bigger and Better Business.

.. he hopes.the. elk was the victor. than her beautiful neighbor who cannot '

make even an apron andwho I '1.' "S"0..M.....se...tb... _
cooks badly for her family.So' .
Tlie Banner Elephant Most Intelligent. I say to mothers, whether you DON'T BLOCK 'THE WAY! .
Th.elephant Is by a long shot the I i iMO
have money or not, teach 'your; daughter /
most intelligent animal under man. all theuseful aDd o'o't

-- ---... I, Bon* horsea- know a great deal, some In Ufa.,,*" that they will Dee..an'things make as .fast as the procession mv'e, .*..' Take;l lJe

: ,. I' dogs are exceedingly: bright, but forrnaU good, homelike wires and mothers. \ ofthe: v forthe\
pace in
h.a'4 jf ypq are or make way
;; s :, "...... ; Fla sound sense and all-around long- I ._ man
r'x, beadtedlMl" the elephant heads the behind. .
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- ....> '" '' list He Is not only bright,. he is a AUB JSV.ER'ATThere Welt. ', '. ---
:' rMd* for the Upbuildtar" ..fI' r deep thinker: and profound philosopher
and has been known to dothings are two thing eyerla t.lngl1'.atwu Don't? standin- the way of new ideas. Don't pause in the

= that, apparently required nothing -Joy| and pile", But' Bucklen's Arniba Salve ;
r ; CnilUcy. I less than human Intelligence. will banish piles subdues, the Itching, ;path. of bettcrsystem." Don't- eU1e -down. on. the-ladder of

( ', "?Head the books'that have to do with irritation, inftamatlon or swelling- gives success poott',he a barnacle on the ship of preQ'ress.

?''f' ,'., ,:. Washington County.rr ,. animal Intelligence, with the wonderful ", :omlort {1I"lte.Joy. Great healer of burn "'' '""'* ....' .
.. things .that our dumb fellow-beings boils,uloees. cuts, bruises eczema,.:eoa ids, ;' "

Wad allot idewZ 'hajre.done.. and while ;you will find pimples, kin eruption, Only 25o st !8. E.MbUeachy Change' :means progress.' Progress'means. advancement

I" much to the credit ,of the dog. horse / '- '. .. ..:: '
: and; OUMC animals, ;you, will be Impressed Advancement' '
means movement. MovElf" >
with the fact that next: to 6OYKAR3" "
: 'SIlItIC
$bPeE. Year. '' '
'r' tl :manv; tbe.br ln-power.of' the elephantis EXPERIENCEAnymi

: : .. the greatest among them. all. ,I DON'T. BLOCK THE WAY! .- .

,w',/ !, ',s :gt NOIAN<< KILLED UM TRACK.

Near Rochelle ill, an !Indian went to sleep

;: 1M8Aat.... on a railroad track: and was killed by the!
fast express.: He paid lot: his carelessness TAADE MARes CURTIS L. JONES, A CARMICHAEL
Rat with his life? Often its that way, when lleo.pl. .
\: '--, # neglect eotikhs and colds.. Don't risk *,",ni1lnqalokl ...". ..,,_and d..OAetbn mq Notary Public State at'Large. Attorney at Law.
T CoffiHMn i l JPulntlnaCWpley your life what prompt use ot Dr Kings New ....ntlon* Maertnin In lirob.hly our piientymij.opinion tree Cmimanla w blu. eth.e as*. 11>, .Collections a Specialty.

\\'I' i:" "'1- iscoverjrwlll L cure them and so prevent a sent"on..trlotbooo.nd..tlat..HII.ND fre Ol dangerous.threat and lung trouble1.. Ifoomlle .nu taken through' Muoa Jo,IWIIIye
(|Mr ::( ely-eured me in a stwt time of a terrils -
; that fallowed of Scientific Hmcrkatr., attention. Fees
: > -cough an. an --attack reasonable.Can .
1he .anet J ttWatts Illnitrmted ..... ,....... J D. ONES. ,
Or p, writes Floyd ad aTex, nod I A b ndw>mlr .Iy. etrenhitlon ..
of be
olemlflo tonrnalTMTID found
", ...-;, .. 1 L regained,10'pounds In Weight mat 1 bad t fn.r.arrth.any .et. Bold bray iw........Sa..aer at, Post Office,

r I flu to**. QQJ. lc, saiv, reliable.and Jlft4! C9V: !fI: *' nttorney-At-I,
= Wausau
) .60o_A.|1; trial bottles free at B K gUlU'anteet'J[ ,'Plprida 'c'llJPLEY. FLA"' .

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f' 1fI.m" :Notice Election.' -with..lofUatl1'e.Pe'"lo..t..1MI the Secretary of Bt U(not.H leN\b* than filed, Hsueessu'e. tle.uette ef Lowe. ..........................

__ four ((4)..wBth. ym.4l.B th date o' Be.e.. .......... love waeaalglxlyoraa

ff WHEREAS, The legislature of 1911, proponed the election. are at to which be voted the upon tneitur, and" alt 110I ...... .<< of eootal lBtercour, a.gfi.ie I
under the Constitution
4" of 1885 Qf the submitted under the of erf gallantrr oonduoted wttbjsU4aItrlJI
State of Florida did petitions power
three Join
pass the Referendum shall be known ** formalities of F
Resolutions proposing amendments a* Fled a. and all the IWire
the Constitution of the State of erendom Petition, and shall be estravegaaoriwkstk.r ence.
l : Florida .,..st.1 etMuett; any :
with the of
Secretary .
1 Gt( and the "0" '
same were agreed to by vote of
a titan sixty (00) days after the tioal nd- U feeltat. to speech, or In
three-Dfths of all the !
if Teach house; that the votes members on said elected Joint to Journment of the seulon of the.Lede'a.... .....*, was ,_te". But when saint.rugop : '

t 'Resolutions were entered upon their respective ure, which shall have passed tie m.a* trsess4 br ... ..blcktnmllJIIinIoaI. .
urn to which the referendum U appfled .
Journals with the and to the rock at Meflllere
J. yeas came
tad of
filing a Referendum Peinton
nays thereon and tbey did .'determine against Item of '. South la solltodo tho flood of
and direct that the said Joint Kesolu- any or section a$r act or .r
't tlons ba submitted to the electors of the resolution shall not prevent the remainder mtS aeatlneatal team, all the witty r. u
'. -ilk'I State at the General Election la Novem- of such measure from becoming effective ......y of eighteenth century gallamtry. .'.

f ber1912. ; for good or for evil were laal- 30
((6) Any measore or amendment to theConstitution ,
.t NOW.
THEKEFORK.: I, U. CLAY CRAW- waafree e
; ; roan Secretary of State of the State. of proposed under the Initiative 17.ws$ away extravagancy 24 "
>if> }Florida do hereby give notice that a and !any measure to which'the ... to lay down the law la lor*. It 'Was1tou.e.aa N
t erendum Is applied, hall be referred te* who enabled Mlraheaa, )Inate '
t General Blectlott
vote of the qualified electors of the State
will beheld In each coupty In Florida on and shall become. law "When approvedby fist letter to Julio!)aaoy.r. (whom II ,

',", t' Tuesday:: next smcccodlng the first; Mon a majority of the votes cast thereon ho had sever sots), to d.olare.r., also, 4'Ia '

,, .day In November. D. 1013 the, said and upon proclamation. ot the Goveraer. ooi'.1.....hare -emptied tho onp'oloeaalMUty say
- ,j Tuesday being the and not otherwise; to tbo dregs, aced could
'T fifth Day of November (7) The veto power of the Goveroorshall "
for the ratification or rejection of the not extend to the Initiative or Referendum (1.-t'VO a thousand live for what I love -..---- --...--......-----...... -
t .' said Joint Resolutions proposing amendments measures approved by a majority tt'wae 1to1&.au'wbo'Ia14 down anew
' to the Constitution. of the State. of of the qualified electors; ..u .U. of love which. every petty ,
;.-:' ..r. Florida viz: (8)) The remvatloi of the power o!the IPMt aced novelist ttlll adhere torAUaatto I
T. Initiative cud Referendum In this Article Moatily.aowledee. Just a word Farmers and Fence Builders:
'JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an shall not. deprive the LeslUtare; of
'. .1 Amendment to Article V of the Constitution the right to repeal any law propose ''or jl
1r of the State of Florida Relative pass any measure which may be consistent
j' to the Judiciary Department. with the Constitution .of the State Through sob 'Having made a deal for Ten Car Loads ::

Belt Resolved and of the United States;
by the Legislature of the ej
U ottoa,
'Vlsough I. kaowlodfo
.. State of Florida: ((9) The legislature shall make salta-
of the Best American Steel Wire Fence
That the following amendment to Artl- bbs provisions tor carrying; Into effect the. .-...... leek of weal knowledge 'loetj : we :
.1 clo V of the Constitution of the. State. of! provisions of this /Section: lei a man who know this double path ,
1 Florida relative to the Judiciary Department That Section Sixteen (16)ot said Article I" off vaU aa4 IOM 'thus, place btmssU.bat I are in position to make you better prices
to. be numbered Section 4a: of said Three(J)shall be amended so as ''to 11'ow l.4gs __._ grow r-HaddLp, j. :
Article V.
be And the
llamA la hereby read u to ll own.
agreed/ to and shall be submitted to the i Section 10. Each law enacted whether than ever before. $
: 'f electors of the State. at the general elec- the the
Legislature or
by people
i k tlon to be held on the first Tuesday: alter. under the. Initiative. shall..embrace"'4>ut Oautlewe and Capable. .
the ratification first Monday In November A. D.1912, one subject and matt e connected Our'Mea of. a cautious and oapabletMssraoee : Be 'Sure you see us before buying wire e
k.'. rejection'to-wlt: therewith which subject (shall_ Sec. 42. There shall be another Judge briefly expressed In the title and no IWIh..11
a bushel before ko hie llgb trades
of the Circuit Court of Duvat 'ounty In' be. amended or revised to Its title hldae ': elsewhere. It means money saved. :
addition. to the Circuit Judge of the elr- only; but In such cue the act as revved tl.-klvsstoa hewshnswer'The
cult In which said county Is situated. or section as amended shall be re-eneetl' ... '--- "
Such additional Circuit Judge shall be ed and published at length.
: 'appointed. by the Governor and ,confirm That Section Seventeen' (1'7))'of said-Ar ''Call. : i
by the. Senate and shall hold office I Cbipley Co.
for ticle. Three((3)shall be amended so as it* ] Hdw.
e' six(6)yearaandshall receive the same read esfollenrsigectloa

'-- salary Circuit and Judges allowance but for the expenses same shall 808 other be- 17L .X..., Ull''iwcsedk. 4he Chipley People Have Found That $

paid general by revenue the County of said of IJuva.1 county.out Ileshall of the Its-Legislature first reading shall In be either read or uoase Its title, ruulessItreadlbyi pn This is Necessary.A .. ................e.$.$ 0

have all the and perform all the the members' present desire
\ duties that are powers or may be provided or I ,' .. Every bill shall-be cold, a strain a sudden wrenchA ----
prescribed by the Constitution. read on tbt're! several days -unless twothlrds ) hurt the I
by little kidney
or cause may TextBooks for September Examination,
Statute. for Circuit Judges, and all stat. of the:! members present when such NEWBarb
bill tnar"be pending;shall deem It expedient Spell backache often follows.
'utes to concerning him The Circuit distribution. Judges of shall the bus apply to dispense with this rule .Kvery Or some Irregularity of the urine. The; following Is* list of,tort: book I 00---

Incas of the Circuit Court of Uuval County bill shall be read kv its sections 1.00 ]te '' A'.pteadld remedy for such attacks. to be .-eel.. a*he feaele>> for t..... September
between the two Circuit Judges and second reading and on Its final.; l ,psesarqunless ;
thn. allotment; or assignment of matters on Us second reading; two-ihlfdi<< i 'A'medicine that has satisfied thouoande. examination.

". and cases to be heard, decided,' ordered, of the members present In the Bofse << Orthography at'a Speller. Shop.
where such bill say be >pendtev sbjall, ,
tried shall
or adjudged be
or made when necessary by controlled the* deem Jt expedient to dispense with,tnli la Doan'a Kidney Pills, ,Reading--,Any standard author. WWWW VWe70WWi
Judge of said Court who shall have the rule. The vote on the'nnal'passage Tot Thousands of people rely upon it.'Here Arithmetic Milne's Standard.
' older COT mission. In force at the time. every bill or Joint resolution shall be talc- -
Such additional Circuit Judlle'shall en by yeas and nays to be entered on the Is one case. Composition Element* of English T. H. CALLAHAN. Pro r/

In Duval reside Journal of each House Provided. That.. "3C.'M.'Toole, Marianna, ,Fla says: Composition by Huntingtoh.
general revision of"the entire. laws
4 County.TA embodied any in any bill shall pot be reojijr-, ,"1 .consider Donn'a Kidney Pills English Grammar-Lawton B. Ev I have just opened a barber

Amendment JOINT RJ;!to: Article 19 of Proposing the Constitution an. ed to be read by sections upon'hewholly Its @,alassageNdat.reedlaf ...-n- reliable rcmdey. I used tnem an.'. shop in the Dekle old building on

of the State of Relativeto esay for constant in back and PhysiologPrimer of Sanitation by
Florida! dispensed with by a two-thirds vote. A a pain my corner-west of First Nat. Bank,
Education: to be Known as Section majority of the members present In eojcb"{ they cave me propt relief also malting Ritchie.
17 of Said Article; Providing for the. Issuance House shall and will share of
be' to appreciate
necessary pass every of Hlatorp-Florida Brevardand
of lionds by Special Tax School -All Mils aw.iolnt ....beMlh better and ridding; me History
.. Districts for the Exclusive; Use of Pub- resolutions BO passed shall be other aympton ot Kidney complaint, to Bennett's) S. History, Field'. your bartering trade. I guarantee
lic Free! Schools 'W Itbhf Such School m.p.mvedouses $
District, and'Authorizing the Levy of a the pre&and 1
Tax to Create Sinking/ ; Fund! for the ate and the CJerk of the Uodse of'epr.-' 'For sale by all dealers Price 50 GeoaTapby-Reclway': Flor .
.Payment of the Interest'and Redemption sentatives. i Ida edition. Shove iOo.
of Such Bonds, cents. Foater-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, '

Be It resolved by the Legislature of the The votes cart tn eoq>ltaaee with,. ld New York, sole agents for the United 'Agriculture-Duggar's for Southern Hair Cut 250.
State. of Florida: proposed amendments, and the canvass School.

\ That the following; amendment to Article declarations and returns thereof shall 8.taRemember Physical Geography! -Blurry-.Simond -
12 of the Constitution. of the. Stateof be subjected to the same regulations. ,&sd the
I Florida, to be known as Section 17 of restrictions a.. are provided toy law for no *.
Said Article be, and the same Is hereby general elections la tee tftta*I.II'..... a. Clyll'Go.ernmeat-Fcr all grade. R. F. SCARLETT

I electors to, and shall/ be submitted to the IN TESTIMONY: WHBBKOF: have other.WE Boyonton'a School dries;.Ypcum'a Civ- ,
of the State. at the next general ,hereeato set head ead affli-
\ election. of nepre8ent.a. {lves..to be held In (Seal) ed the Oreat S.*l of the State of DOBILL Government of Florida and the United Notary Public.
the year A. D. 1\13, for ratification or re- Florida, >-Taltahasse* ifce States.AlgebraMilne'aHigh. _
jection. CApitoL l this the tmreotvalthday
Sec. 17. The Legislature may provide of July. .. O.lj>M. P School. 'Real Estate Handled. ,
"'for SpeclatTax School Districts to Issue 'II."'CLaT1BA"W''mtD.:: LETTERHEADS Theory and Practice -For all grade Collections a specialty.

.bond for the exclusive use of public/ free Secretary of tlta....; HEADS The Teacher and The School, by Col-
School schools District within when any ever such a'Special majority Tax of ,.. -- ... ( grove. Office In First National Bank.

the qualified/ electors, thereof who are 'T1SIILItt. I I.A. WOTE ENVELOPESBUSINESS I
freeholders, shall vote In favor Of the. Issuance Desnoarat1a I

.... of such bonds. rIATuAi.. .... HEADS (0100 REWARD. A.. W.WI31T S,
Whenever ana such Special Tax school CARDS '
District. has voted In favor of the Issuance -''' Woonnow: '"'rnnor> For any case of Gall 'Stones, Appendlcltl Attorney and Counsellor at Law -1'
of such bonds, a tax not to exceed: -" PAMPHLETSCOMMISSARY
five mills on the dollar In anyone year For Vice-, President: ., FUtula Pile, Enlarged Prostate Bonlfay, Fla. ,
'THOMAS J. MA.a0H.lLl T .
on the. taxable property within the district Presidential MILL Glands Stricture Uterine and
voting for the Issue of bonds shallbe I Electors: Office in Lindsev Building.
JKV vcaiwx: B.IiHewH. Ovarian (Trouble
levied In accordance with,law provld '
J FaxnlfrfrnT.CNIRLas ,
log for the levying of taxes. to become a JOSKS. I Discharges, Tuberculosis,or Blood Pol -0-

\ .' fund for the. payment'of the interest 'and W. CIIIPLXT Joxxs.h.LAwwd.R : DRAFTSVISITING son,I fail to cure with my new $5,000 fjto'Prompt, personal serviceto
RedemptionQfjBuch, bonds\ '
H. C. HPABKMAV.ew.HeoL WEDDING N machine now treating\ ,,100 people daily clients. ..
Proposing Amendments Section! One without the knife medicine.No .
{ Congressman. tI'.IIe- t Lrrrp: I or
'o','Sixteen lofc-aad Seventeen (17) of II
Article Three ((3) of the Constitution of delay from business we pay railroad
Congressman Third District
,r the State. of Florida Relating to Leg Istlye EMUKTT: WILSON. fare and give'free examination A. McQuagge, j
Authority of the /State of Florida
lie It Resolved by the Legislature of the "
$ State ofloridAp! '* .,._TAT.IS., 106% Dauphin St. Mobile Alabama. Notary Public '
.;,. 1.'. Ooveruor !4'< :. -

Section That One the (1)following','Hectiotf-ttlxteen Amendments(16;lo aS l Also'. "naILMMnLo.' ,' State at Large., .* .

Section Seventeen: (17)) as amended;of Ar Secretary.. of State< _, "
tide Three far of the Constitution. of the U.C.Commissioner. CBA..MCOBO./ M> t;. .:' ,
,State of Florida! be and they are hereby of Agriculture
agreed to, and shall, be proposed and submitted W. A. McBAK. Your Homo IRA A. HUTCHISON,
to the electors of this State tfor Paper Bofha 1 '
approval or rejection. at the next general 1'reseurer'Jl.O.aLtrNMa.: .. ,) Attorney at Law. ,!
., f f ,
election. hereatertthat. Is to say: r an* "
\( Comptroller-. Office
at Fla.
One (1) of said Article Three W.V. KNOTT.AttorneTOeneral "" I
tjectlon(3) shall bn amended. so as to read as follows Price ""
; :. Will in Circuit Courta of
z War.Superintendent
Section: (1) The Legislative author Florida and the Federal Courts.' "
ity of this State. shall be vested In a Legislature of Public Instruction> 'The PensacolaJournalFiANKr't.Nvl.s..ta. :One ,
consisting: of a Senate andI W. N. BHKATS.SUte'Cbotnliiti

House of Representatlves.tand, shall-be' r .
I designated, THE LEGISLATUBR op TUB B. B.""RMJI. ... DR. R. E. TILLER.
,STATE OF 'FLOBIDA but the people reserve J '
; .Adjutant General: f f :
i laws and to amendments themselves 'power to' the. to-'Constitu propose. -J.'Cta.slfost1M. .1"111. ft ffoinaf to,,bo' the most notable year ,io DENTAL SURGEON,

Lion of the State and to enact or reject I Senator 23th A"oJ,Dl M 1de\fldjcM-Air.: AaMria.a. or Florida Politics. Youof course: want! Chipley. '- Florida. ,'1

such Independent laws and of amendments.at the Legislature. ,the.and polls also !....oi... : to keep posted. You can do this .by.ta.sing loUl':local :"

> reserve at their own option the power to COUNTV.RepI'4Isentatlver town aad outside Here'is tne' Office over First Nat'! Bank,:
the. paper on. paper. propoBJI -
It: approve or reject at polls any act, f I "
.J I Item, or section of any act or resolution 'v -L..',H.r BdLt, ahIa ':
of the
i Legislature;
Clerk Circuit Court:
(2)) The first power reserved! by the W. B. OAI3TKB., "IS1YdiiSOM M1.lOM Orion Lodge, No. 40,1t

per people centum Is the of Initiative the legal. voter and twenty shall. have(20) .riafiztetT' BAannoe.: ,<> t .... :,..::..' ,( you'. ,..00 ,.::1'F. a. A. 1M :

\the. right to propose any legislative. : Ycu. AM1 pepet"! ......... . .'1M,
measure and twenty-five (25) per centum. Tax Assessors e'n ontha ,.JJO Regular: Communications Second ".i{f

'Ishall have the right to propose amend- O.jDJ.c.yJ" t .. j _j .. I -n.>P_ ..... Ia.J: (! | )$0.00 j ''I OntM-1.J Saturday and Fourth .Frldy night) 'In. .,.I
meats. to the. Constitution. by petition. Tax Collector: J each month. J,
I ;and every such petition. shall Include the U. B.Timcm. Visiting Brethern cordially Invited. ;'

: lull text of the. measure so proposed Treasurer. : '; ? s Y..I paper. .. ;,,:"t . $1.00,]" 1. year.,. ,tGO W. L. TAYLOR,,W.'M.' '
,1 ((3) The second power reserved Is the F.),I. RVM.' ". Peoaacola j 4
'Referendum and It may be ordered, except Supt. Public Infraction .. Journal Wi4fj) $1.00;1 6 .montha. .flc: W. W. JONES j Sec. .' J A1

.r>i ,ate. preservation as to laws necessary of public for peace the. Immedl-health. W. T. HORN Ta. ,.......... 1 w... '.. ... eeerr .t+1mM. t.................... ,

:;t''..and safety*Uher by petition. signed.by Toanty Judge: '..' .-. (tee M M NeaN.d Iasi.. .. ..t..?...... "fTlIH.... __ I. O. O. IP. .NOTICE.'
'|tweutv(2Oper centum-of the Jegal voters O.CRoctiaa.CountyCommluioe.n. ; mss M t,.,.......... D.. *.... Ie PlsrR. ..Me-adegae.i; r'ee.

) .|for by the. Legislature. ; D. f). IIOOKo : ; :: .1... fasq.md.me. Me .......... ......ht.aae ins, Until further 'notice .
k (4) The, percentage1 of legal ,voters J. 'W.THAKF.r .praMag su tii sow .....s.' I Chipley Lodge No. 56, ,
I.hereinbefore stated. shall be based upon <}. F O.A."... ,
.'O. O. F. will meet at7:00p.m.: \\jJ
total number of cast the fast dab ,
the votes at W. F. Boas.B can yet special "rioe1DC,..hlch applies "
general election for (he State. officer receiving ;U. a..n'.... toYem I ,each ,Monday'eVenlD2'. ;,- ,
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i the highest. number of vo...*'ea.. Members School Boards ." sdyaooe swecriptlosie only; 'b/ wleadksj By order of the Lodge.W. ,
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The West Florida Press Association '

] Personal.Schedule IT tondale held last its Friday meeting and Saturdayand at Cot- i] Town Topics.: IT ,

of w more: than pleased wit! I Who did you say would be a MOST '. '

B. C. fBk St. A.. RiEffectlta 11 road. the splendid reception and gen candidate for mayor?
erous hospitality accorded them ANY
March 12 1911.TrftlnNo.. .
by the people of Cottondale. Ed- Wonder who will aspire to be
Train Going South.Btatlon Going North>9 itor Carpenter was the hero of councilmen for the ensuing'year.; ,", '" BANK '
liT. 11:00 ..tn. Chlpley 6OO p.m. Ar.
11:33 a.m. WausanUreenhead ":27 p.m. the occasion making'good everyromi.e Roosevelt is trying to make thenation's ,. '>, .. .. .
"" 13:08 18:06 p.m.p.m. Riverside 4:00 3:54 p.m.p.m. "" and then some. The motto .'M Pluribus .. '' ", .,', .,

19:48 p.m. Vicki barK 3:13 p.m. next meeting of the Association Unum." .' .
Ar. 1:00 p.m. Soathport 3:00 p.m. Lv. .
.. will be held at. DeFuniak.- You can not make others,happy Can 'handle your.. business after a fashion_ i, ,
in town without getting some pleasure
E. N. Everitt,Jr. was
The Chipley Furniture Co. times are good and money easy. When times. .
-Saturday. out of it :yourself.An I .
already had a large stock of fur- '"
"Dr. O. B. Tiller was over from niture but this week they have each cage says there are no are hard and money tight you {eell"t'he' .

,Cottondale Thursay. gotten in three car loads which politics in hades. No, but there ,. c ,,

Uncle Tony: Johnson was in gives them probably the largest is quite a lot of hades in politics. need. of a business cobnectton with a" : ',;

town Monday evening. stock of furniture in West Flori- Gov. Wilson's speech of acceptance -

A..D. May of Ebro was one of da. If you want furnitur of any was combed 'brushed, Big Strong and Reliable Bank '

the visitors here Friday. kind you can surely get it from polished, statesmanlike, safe and "..,

Perry Horne was in from his ,the The Cbipley ,Furniture Co. sane. Do your banking business and make your credit

and they sell it either for.cash ot
farm a tew hours Friday.
Don't .go looking for a bunch of
on the installment. good with the strongest Bank in
I Mr. Leader left Monday fort thorns, to bit on;be,up and dotug,

'\New York on a business trip. J and look on the,bright ,sde| of Washington County. ,
The ladies of the Methodist .
J. J. Pelt made a business tripto church will bold an ice cream things.We .

Bonifay Monday afternoon. festival Friday afternoon and may'think that we live in .

Dr. Grace and wife was over evening in the.. Callaway store the most progressiveage of history The First National Bank

from Aycock Saturday afternoon building. The ladies are doing ,.but our ancestors managedto .
this to raise funds get ahead of us. .
James Chestnut was in from as a means of Chipley..

his farm for a few hours Satur- with which to make some repairson If you are planning on doing .
their church,'and it is hoped
something mean just put it off I, -
day.L. there,will.be a..large crowd'pre- I II

T. Sims has moved with his sent.. ". ; .. until morrow'never tomorrow.comes.You know to- I. .................".......... .......................,..11.11. I I

(family to the Henry Farrior res-
idence. "Good habits are not made on We understand there is to be
birthdays nor good character at two weddings the first week in Rub-My-Tism will cure you. I I Rub-My-Tism will cure you. :
A. L. Harrell in from tha [
([ was the New Year. The workshopof September, one on Sixth street All kind of Feed atWilliams You can get more furniture for _

farm Saturday and swapped character Is'everyday life; the and one on Fifth: street. & Helton. the same money or better furni-
Varns with friends. uneventful and commonplace ture for less at Chipley
Our Wausau communicationlast The Chipley,Hardware Co. is money .
hour is where the battle is los .
T. J. Watts and wife left Monday Furniture Co.
or won." week did not reach us until headquarters for Hardware.
for a trip to Dothan and other ,
Thursday--after the Bannerhadbeen from Drop in and see how well our
Alabama points.Dr. Get your fresh meats '
Quite an improvement has,been printed and mailed. Wells & Sharron. We sell it for bargain counter is filled; you will
R. E. Tiller and wife visited made at the L. & N. depot for surely want something it.
To keep the dust off your 'cash. .
with relatives at Vernon a convenience, of those loadingor Missses Richardson.
day or two last week. merchandise use printers' ink- I B..Blake & Co. have,somethingof
unloading freight. The wagon
\ 'platform has been'doubled in- then it will not be on your special, interest to the ladies to 5 or 6 doses 666 will break any
r J. Hodges and son left Mon shelves of Chills & Fever it
long enough to gatherdust' case ; acts on
width,so that teams can pass on offer; step in see what it is.'
day for the market to buy ,a car- it. : the liver: better than Calomel and

load of horses and mules. / .Absolutely'fresh groceries and does not gripe or sicken. 2S cents
> Joel Sapp was in town Thursday quick'delivery is what get
W. O. Butler Jr. and A. D. "Don't about the fut you
worry ; he says crops in his section from Williams &"Helton. Do flies and mosquitoes annoy
Campbell spent Wednesday at, ure. We'll all get what's corning ,I are good considering the poor 'you? then why don't you put

their plantation near Campbell to us," says the' Cinncinnati prospects at the beginning of the Say;; have you noticed our lOc screens in your doors and windows -
ton. Enquirer. That's just the reas- counter. ? Lots of useful articleson
season. See Dunn-Coleman Co
on why most of us persist in wor it., Campbell & Deke] Co.
Henry Farrior nominee for rying. Did \ou say city politics? Well. about it.
sheriff; who in; now employed at .: ... When you wear shoes that Williams -
-- yes ii; is being talked some; ana & 'Helton sell you are guar- Tee shoe that will last a longtime
Southport has moved his family. The Pensacola Journal last they there will be '
say more can anteed satisfaction.We and is comfortable; is the
tathat place. Sunday'contained a section devoted -, didates tor the marshalship than
shoe you want to buy. That's
can make special prices
/Misses M. E. and Pauline Williams Washington to a general county with write-up special of you 'can shake a stick at. on clothing and you shoes; come the kind of shoes we sell. T. L.

/ .left Monday afternoon for articles for the various sections. The man who has reached the see. 'Campbell & Dekle Co. Wells & Bro.ICE .

I Pensacola. where they will spend .. ..
topmost rung of the ladder nodonbtone

I a week with friends. S Registration Notice.I day fought to.overcome I am handling Ice in Chipley again: this season

\ Wm. McMullan who bought will- keep the registration the-same difficulties which seem I will appreciate your patronake and promise

part of the Rozier bankrupt stockat books for' sor hard for you to bear. I yon the same courteous treatment and prompt
open I registration at attention I have always I'iven.you heretafore.
Panama City spent a few days
office in the
my court house
Mayor A. D.
\ here with his family last week. Thursdays Fridays and Satur- that Campbell? says A. B. Nowlln.Open .
owing the press of busi-
XMrs. J. P. Schell left last weefc days of each week until the sec- ness matters; which constantly from 8 to 10 o'clock feMndt y..

/ via Jacksonville, for a visit of several y pod Saturday in October, froma demand his attention he will not All :orders to be delivered must be received I
i weeks in Maine. We wish > m. to 5 p. m. be candidate .
for .
a re-election. not later than 4 o'clock p. m.HARDWARE.
\ her a"pleasant trip and a safe re- '. J.'D. NIXON, I' - --

\ turn.R. J Supervisor of Registration.

\ P. Coleman a prominent attorney .
District Registration
of Dothan Ala., spent a Officers.

day or two here last week the The following district registration ,
guest of bis brother, Dr. W. E. officers have been appointed '

Coleman, and family.J. for the several precincts in Wash-

D. Nixon Supervisor of Registration ington county. The books in ,
each precinct will be. kept -I
of Washington county open *". .
was up from Vernon and spent a at least two days a.week from,the ;. t'-v.' for

few hours here Wednesday.. He first Monday in September to the ," everybody! : /.

was a pleasant caller the Banner second Saturday in ,October. ,..
Dlst. No.. 1, Registration .
sanctum. Dist. No. 2.c..,L. Nichols.Officer. -, ... ; ** ">"'mT' : **..**.. : ;.:,: '..

/Mils Van Bergen of Mananna,* Dist,No..3; Walter Penningtoa. "! 't" -. '

/en route to the Bay cou>atr;, stopped Dist.'No.,4. A.'W.'Gainer. On =>: .
/ over here Friday eveningwhere ) Dist. No. '5. Chas. Armstrong. SPEC"I AL High Grade 7: ; .
Dist. No. 6. S. A. Wesley
f she delivered an address Buggies and Harness1O '
Dist. NO7. *. T. Bowen. .. ,
\ at the Baptist church in the i interest / Dist No/8. L. 'S. Armstrong. .' ) 1. *.j-. -:'I'\Z"' '
\ Dl.t. No. 9. For Days. .- .. .'. ,
.. of the W. C.'T. U. / Robert Nixon. JIf'I: ; "' .
Dist..No.. 10:. O ,C. Parker, .., '!> :.
.T. -
Allen returned first of Dist. No. 11. G. W, Joonson. '.
'i l.klp4 .....ww '
the week from a point near Miami D et. Nq. 12. J..M. Simmons.

where be went to get I., L. Dist..No. 13. P. N. Hutchison.: I ,

-Whiddon and return him to jail ,Dlst. No. 14. T,,P.<'Tiller, We: want. you< Dist No. 15.: '.J.,Cox. ': ; .
in this county to await another .
Dist No. 16. E. M. Newman.

trial, which was granted him by Dist-No. 17. W. B. Gray; and Ranges for fun. :... '_. ,
the supreme court. Dlst No. 18. J. J.Kronmiller.W. "
Dist No. 19. G. We' for :
Hlnson.H. .
General Manager Lillard of the Dlst No. 20. L Bowen. .. -. ., a.t. t J. a.... you. -

-Interstate Fair at Pensacola accompanied Dlst No. :21, J..,S. Melvin. 4
by W. B. Mack of the Dlst No.,,22. Robert Lambert :

Pensacola Journal, spent Thursday Dlst No. 23. C.'C. Mills. ; ; t Dunn-Coleman '' lple

in the city in the interest of Diet:No. 24. Henry Chestnut: ? : :. Company r
Dist No. 25. M. L. Harmon. n
the Fair We understand they ,
D1i. No. 26. jjr.mea Yates, tar;. ''"' (

,\;secured... 'the. promise of an exhibit- Dlst No.,27.,, ,,;W.,M..',Wilson. .....<' A. G.: McQU 6GE. General
.from Washington county' 'at the r; ,_.' J. D."NIXON .:: :'r Manager.
: 'Fair' tbia'faU.: ..Supervisor: of.} otri.tratlG) -


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