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Title: The Chipley banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: C. Tharp & Co.
Place of Publication: Chipley Washington County Fla
Creation Date: August 29, 1912
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Chipley" ; Washington County, Florida, August 29th 1912, No. .9




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rear'; dfu11 strength. Bread received every day. ,

Mea ow Gold' Butter finest California. Peaches and .a iacrIfce.S .' ...'" '.

n 'i n lrket. Plums. ,

J\otrh.y.ea lot Prunes, 15c.' Canned" Asparagus.
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troubles but his own. I
".;." 'F>Hoite 173, man! Gems may' flash reflected have made arrangements, with
light, but what is a diamond-flash The average man doesn't keep Tiller & Blackwell ,to run their

''New Market compared to an eye-flash# and a a piece of money long enough to boat in connection with the B. C. ".

J1'he mirth-flash? Flowers cannot make it necessary to send' it to train, and you can make'prompt.' o oconnection'for

smile; this te a charm that even the laundry. any point, on the ,,''
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Want Anything Fresh Meats/ '
WbeIatTQu; they cannot claim. It is the If it is 'Roosevelt's idea to bay.. .."..
.\ Beef, Sausage, Etc. prerogative of man; it is the col- "bust" the trusts by spending Going'north this boat will pii-' '.;

[CAS"'TAr AT THE NEW,MARKET or which love years, and cheer- their money in this campaign, he serve Leave the MIllvlllo0:3O following schedule.: '-djiL( ...'.
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may succeed. Leave Panama City 10:13 a.m.. I''
'tiVe11 Acitratioa hn.ron is a light in the windows of the Leave !Ht.: Andrew 11X a.in. i;
The delegates who supportedTaft Leave Lynn Haven 12:10' p.m.\ Q
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face, by the heart signifiesit
in'the Chicago conventionare Arrive Southport:! 12:30 p.m. ..
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.........,.....'.............. face that cannot smile is like a Federal.finding pie counter.front seats at- the in Going waiting South on arrival, the ,boat of train will, and be '

bud that cannot blossom, and there will be no delay. 5 5
# Notice. S. J. Lillard of Pensacola,"manager dries on the stalk. Laughter One of the President's Florida I R. F. SCARLETT, '

..She registration of the Interstate Fair pass- is day. and sobriety is night admirers has presented him witha General Manager '.
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or registration at ed through town Friday morning and smile,is the twilight that hovers basket of mangoes; doubtless .
'the court house, enroute to Vernon to attend a gently between both-more they afford a welcome relief from Dr. T. G. Yates Iv. ;
Fridays and Saturweek picnic and make an address in bewitching than either.HenryWard the lemons that have been com Eye Specialist; ','. '. ::' I

until the sec- the interest of the fair. Beecher.Buggies ., ing so frequently.The Will be in Chipley at Dr. Wilson's' "- ,

bo ylo'. October, from I Wells & Sharron handle only Misses Richardson can office the First Tuesday in Oc-. '

Tj _a J. D. NIXON, I the very best met, and sell at and harness for every please you.in any kind of millin- tober, 1912. Consultation
da pervlsor of Registration. reasonable prices tor cash. body, cheap--Dunn-Coleman Co. ery you want.. examination 'free. '
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THE BANNER An Old Subjsct l -Better Roads.
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PUBLISHED: EVERY THURSDAY.At .
Cblplcy, 11*. the profitable marketing of the

WALTER w. -IONS, B They are essential to better !

JCa..;. the pntoOc at Chlpler.Fla.. M Jiving, comfort and convenience; i I

..csaaatae.Ball actor.s1JD19cEIrrION. essential to the reasonable pleasure I
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: The Sewing Machine of Known Value
PXp VpIJ........................1.00 make the standing of every com-
UXMOKTIU....... ..... .. ........ .50 munity.
TKBKX MOKTH................... .25 r '
The greatest objection to living :

AdVMrtblni ratM famished on appl catkm. i in the country is the difficulty Known the World Over .

of "getting about." You want ', .
Communication live topic, especially .,
of local Internet, are solicited. It to get about you must get about '
la understood, however that the publish- For its Serving Qualities. .
01 Tw BAmncR will not be responsible if you properly market your crop
fop opluloos expressed: by correspondents if to machinery .
1 you are keep your -

1'0 and BAHNXB correspondent want a at live every representative postofflceIB in good order, it you send The only Sewing Machine which i&Jife, asset ? 1

the county, and will make liberal ar your children to school if you go ;( I

r. ..ment. with the rlgrt parties.THURSDAY to church or attend other meet- at the price you pay for it. Pur, ha a/the

ing in the neighborhood.

\ Asa.i9.: .ola. These are not little things. NEW HOME and you will not have an endless

They are great things.
Conferees on the naval appropriation chain of repairs It Is better made nicer
Bad roads impose the heaviesttax tfpes>> -
bi'l compromized'one
upon the farmer that he pays

Battleship to cost not more thanIiteen and he is certain to pay it whether sewing easier to operate, and more silent

million. he knows it or not. He -> ,
i .... paysit than any other. Guaranteed for all time.
in the wear and tear on all his

The Greenville Times has suspended vehicles. He pays it in loss of

publication on account of time. He pays it in the addi ,"Sold .toy f ., : .' .
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npn-support. Strange how people tional labor imposed upon his 4. '., : ** : : .: -: .
want a local paper and thenwon't stock. He pays it through the I

suppor it. labor of self-denial of his family. \

.' Farmers, work for better roads Campbell & Dekle Company

Tampa last 'we+.k by a vote of as you would work -to put out a

{ 6 to 171 authorized bonds to fire in your barn. Study the best

the amount of $1,700,000 to bring methods for building and maintaining -

toe sewerage system up to thIpReds better'roads as you go .
along. The roads of
a community -
of th.e city, build a new city are largely determined by The'foreign commerce of the Notice Of Examination' ptnoprotio( Tic! ;

ball and! Provide municipal docks local conditions. United States made a new and remarkable -
Notice is hereby given that LrATIOF4A1
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Better roads are essential to record during the fiscal .
examination for teachers will beheld For President. :
According: to a statement comPiled better business better farmingand year ending June 30. The total WOODROW WILBOS.
at the in For Vice-President
better living. academy the town :
by>> the clerk, of the circuit value of merchandise entering THOMAS. J, M..BfUf4LL..
Work for better roads.Don't Vernon, beginning at 9 o'clockon Presidential Electors
court of Jaokaon county it is cost- .. and leaving the country in trade Tuesday the 3rd of JEFFEBAON B: RBOWIVBJ
day Sep-
iu ubr tiQ per mile to builds Be Ashamed Of The Farm.A with foreign land was $4,000,000000 ,- tember, and continue for five J. FRED: DKBARBXVCHARLES B..JOUKS.. ,-

,tor4..iq thaf county. Who ; the values of manufactures W. CHIPI.ICT JOSEB.LKXAMDJ. .
great many of the Young days. All applicants are required HKITDKBSOITJ
tell what it has and is costing .
can exported was more than .$1,000- II. C. P""BJM"f."
to'build 'em in Washington' men of today look'' upon farming. 000,000, and the value of non-du- to furnish themselves with Congressman State at Large":

county? as a disgrace and as'a result are. tiable merchandise entering legal cap paper, pen and ink, a Congressman., CLAITDE Third: L'ENOLE.District: :
was
certificate of good moral charac- EMMKTT WILSOXBTA.TB. .'
.. drifting into the town and cities. 1000000000. I _

They, then engage in such "catch .. ter and pay a fee of 100. {,y15t
The t>'world( owes its present B. F. G ADlER.
hjlfh_state! of civilization to the as-catch-can" work as they can' Even Nature make mistakes. Secty. School Board. Governor PABJC: TBAMUEIX.. ? + ,,
get, leaving behind them home'
spirit of liberty, and by this we a Many a man with a pie appetite T F Secretary of State:
of comfort, luxury and content- B. C. CKAWFORQ..
dp 30 .,nq C"Q political liberty, but The has malted ,milk stomach. Subscribe. for The Bonner. Commissioner of ABrlonltnre:
ment. impression ,
; ender.which
W. A. McBAB.Treasurer .
liberty.trf,>thought--*be right of
they labor is quite ridicu :
men.to think and investigate for lous, for there is nothing more : Report of Board of Public Instruction of Washington County, Fla. J. O. LtrKI5

themselves -to read and write 'honest than farming, and no one I For MOnth Ending July 30th, 1912. Comptroller W..V. KNO T.

wih{ underntanding> not only the more independent than the tiller Date. No War. To whompoId. Amount. Attorney General: f

hi&tory'oMhe past, but the conditions of the soil, and nothing more July" I 1 By cash on hand brought forward .. .. .. ...... 111,539 37 T. F, wasr.Superintendent .
1783
IIAWblte.teaober8day.atDrock.. .. .. .. ..$ 18 00 of Public tostru
; oft, today. profitoble than the fruits of his '" 1 1734 .JUOalnerdeacherat Sulphur Springs........ 35 00 W. N. HHEAT-: ,
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labor. to" 1 1783 H Blue, reoalra at White Oak ........: .....:.* 68 OiSI > State Chemist -
1 178Effie Charles teacher 1 mo &8 day at N. Honor 00 :
Farmers are the bakbone of 1 1787 J W Robertson repairs at New Orange. .... .. 35 00 B. E. ROSR.
A. Cen4tic.ky Masonic journal all enterprise. Find a town with 1 1788 J OT Worrell repairs at Millers Ferry..... ... 40 SO Adjutant General\:
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1 1789 D F Cunningham teacher at Vinson. .. .. ...... 30 00 J. C. B. FOSTER.
T4Bark9! tbat the Catholic church' undeveloped districts and you "" 1 1780 O P Allen, teacher at !St:' Andrew..... .. ..... 25 00 Senator 25th District:
i., trying to swallow up freeAmerfcajutf find a dead one. To find a coun- 1 1791 Jennie Darling, teacher at Cooks Btlll 2 mo..,. 40 00 A. ,J., MCCLEILAS.COUNTY. .
try without farmers is impossi- 1 17K3 RFOalner.salar'as8upt.... .... ............ 10000
:; n\ake the Pope of I 1793 W F RUSH per diem and mileage.............. 5 00 <*r
ble. 1 1794 O B Bush, per diem and mileage. .. .... ... ... .. 6 8O .
Rome the "Father" of us all. We Everyone fills a certain department .". 1 179JC }Carter per diem and mileage .. .. ........ 00 Representative: J
IJ 1 1708 W P Russ service In eiamlnatlon. .... ....... 20 00 L. H. HOWEU ",
,,, got atyW as. much use fothe r life and "
m, generally referring 1 1797 ,
Grading Com.
grading June papers..,. ..:... .. 33 00 Clerk Circuit Court: i(
<;a> h.Oic faith as the devil has we all compose the subs- ft'U 1 1708 Jl U Tiller Com. as troasurer... ...... .. ....... 86 08 W. B. Oman
I tance of nation. 1 1799 T .1 Appleyard. supplies ..;..... .. .. .. 11 SO Sheriff y
fqr holy water, la a sneaking, a Whatever 1 1800 C'hlpley Banner printing rouori .... ...,..... 2 00 :
underhanded your vocation in life may be don't 1 1801 A cock Lbr Co., Oak Hill col. S... ............ .. 4 83 HEHRT: FARRIOB.. .
way, the Catholics be ashamed of it, but go at it 'U" 1 1803 J W Porter repairs at Yates... .. ... .... ..... 35 00 Tax Assessor* .->
are doing; all they can to kill ma- 1 1803 D P Sowell new building at Grand Lagoon.... 97 SO D. D. DAVIS.
With all your might, and by all ." 1 1804 LDMeli'atter.repalraat8'.Luke...... ........ -1980 Tan Collector: 'J M
angry; b ut: they mill .never do i iwhils it means don't neglect the farm.-Ex "" 1 1805 H J Williams furniture at Carter.. .... ........ 80 00 H. JlLLKR.. ...
tile red blood of liberty 1 1806 Dunn-Colewan Co. repairs at Oak Hill col. H.. ?' .0 3O Treasurer: ., ,
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1807 nnn-Coleman Co. heater and pipe at Macom. 7 35 F. M. Rasa. f '

. __ chases through the heart of true District Registration Officers. to h 8 1 1806 To Jas amt demons of B,F repairs Gainer at examination demons... .fees.. .. ..... .,...... 85 00 26 00 Supt. Public InatructionC'W.T. ,:,,

American Masons to 20 W V Knott tax redmptlon.. .... .. .. 3 li9 HOBKK. -
The following district registration 26 W V Knott, tax: redemption..... .. .. 8 61) County Judge: I,' .
.. officers have 30 W D Gainer tax: 1911... ..:... .'..... .. 1,14827 O. CROCKER. ,t
been appointedfor Angl By cash on hand to bal.. ...;.... ,-. ... ........ 11.81\946 County Commissioners: ,' ,
Florida's Growth. the several precincts in Wash- 0., '$12,73130 $12,72130 D. O. BROCK.
J. W. Taanr.s...
Florida has increased more ington county. The books in Augl Cash carried forward...... ..,.... ...v........ 111: 59 46 G. F UAIHKR. tj;
1 Warrants outstanding.....,........... .4.......... 327 57 W. F. Boss' 1\\,
rapidly in population than has each precinct will be kept open 1 Cash In S J. GATHER. :.'
treasury.this date. .... .. .. .... ... $12,187 03
the United State as a whole in ev- at least two days a week from the We hereby certify to the foregoing as being correct In rvery p' rtlcuTar.G. Members B.School;F. CARTER.Board. : ( ,. '

dry- decade since 1830, first Monday in September to the Attest: B. F. Gainer tflct';! and Vo. Supt. B. BUSH, Chairman|I A.L. F.M.BOOKS SctrnzB.afi:. 1"

For the decade, 1900-1910, the second Saturday: in October. _

rate of increase for Florida was DUt. No. 1. Registration Officer. S -
Diat. No. 2. C. L. Nichols.
Was more than twice that for the
Dist. No.3. Walter Pennlngion.
Country, as a whole. Dist. No. 4. A. W. Gainer.

The population of Florida mV Diat. No. 5. Chaa. Armstrong. I.A rOmADY'S

>10 was twenty-one times what t Dist. No. 6. S. A. Wesley. DESK .

was in 1830 while that of continental Dist. No. 7. J. T. Bowen. USE .
Dist. No. 8. L.-S.
Armstrong.
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DUt. No. 9. Robert Nixon. -. .",
a bout seven times the correspon- Dist. No. 10. O. C. Parker. :lI..
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morethan a mere ornament. It will>e tout
Jlnsr figure for 1830. _
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Dist. No. 11G.. W. Joonaon. : t .,

Between 1900 and 1910 the pop-' DUt..No. 12. J. M. Simmons.. more and more useful, every day. 4 :
Dlst. No. 13. P. N. Hutchison. '
of Florida
illation increased
42.4 Dlst. No.. 14 J.'. F. Tiller.. 'r; e "Our showing of ladies' desks is tmnsua
cent. and the
tjer number of
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Dlst. No. 15. J. J., Cox. ; complete and attractive. They
increased rangeun pn
:{arms 22.5 per cent.
Dist. No. 16. E. M. Newman.
:during the same period there Dlst. No. 17.: W. B. Gray from $10 up as bib as you care tocro. but wbi

was increase of 20.4 per cent in Dist. No. 18. J. J. Kronmlller, '
ever you pay secures you a well made,| ttrac
Vie total farm'acreage and of 19.4 I 1 Dlst. No. 19. W. G. Iilnwn.Dist. .

twer cent in the acreage of improved No. 20. H. L, Bowen. r a ive and useful article of furniture. .
DUt., No. 21. J. S. Melrin. \
land. See them and '
bay
Dist. No. 22. Robert Lambert. yo'H one.

For the state as a whole tbeverqe Dist. No. 23. C. C. Mills. ,,"'

value of farm lands per Dlat. No. 24. Henry Chestnut. '

gcre'was $17.84 in 1910. Dlst. No. 25. M. L. Harmoa. Furniture C' pang,

Diet No. 26. James Yates, Sr. ,
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'Trouble never attempts t4gdge v J. D. NIXON, r .

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I r vlotlon by- which we live we can at ,
Was Afraid af Nothing He Could Understand
I' : Barber But Apparition War least do so gravely and frankly o 1'i ;
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I 1 sincerity because of the inevitable
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favorite amusements here la In ohs-
,:.:. No W a 1 tlng. ebb and flow of our feelings and
lag the tiny chipmunks which throng
"I 1 :. 3 3 the woods. Ha, never was known, to ao to throw a 'veil of something like
: Barbers cynicism over the subjects we feel
r capture one, but this doe not in the*
v. east dampen his enthusiasm for the most .acred.Caroline Stephen. .....

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gins buatla one of these tiny orsttpes -
railed With! Staff of Life. ctR
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up into a big tree and then lilt, 'pa The ..:... i
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Halrcuttlng25c.. tiently at its foot waiting for his prayto a. Pennsylvania town had a bread. A handsome hew. style in

:'Q" Shampoo, ..... 25c. coma down-which it Quit often making contest the other day. 'It was Diamond Special Grade
Massage, 25c. does, but on the opposite aid. of the a. great success, for the druggists and our $3.00

f. Hair Singe,. ..'.. 2Sc.We trunk whence it aourriaa away to'puo ,$doctors of the, town did a rushing business that will give the finishing
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(urea new, whlla poor deluded Mug- the next day. One of the bakers touch
'. SHcit Your* Patronage. gins .all unaware of It. escape; sits of the town got cold of one of the to any: cpstume.

'" 3* casing Intensely upward in wide-eyed soggy, sour, half-baked high school is of new
( c ;' y Respectfully, This only one our patterns.
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;: anticipation quarry* reappeavanoa. loaves and put It in his show window

';W. D.Peters;:, Propr. as an awe-inspiring example: : ) of what Ask, your ,dealer: to ,show ,you his styles.of
.. Muggins despises water,but one darIn ;
\ !let bread should not be like..Bakers'Weekly
|#V.. his eager rush tor a chipmunk!h* Diamond Brand Shoes. He should have

'3IGH FARRiOR waa over the bank before b* knew it '
and landed karflop on bit back witij them in, all grades, at all prices, for menas

DEINTISX. such fore aa to send; him way bellow American Turpentine. and children.
well as for women
American turpentine la obtained
the aurfaoa. Disgust spoke from "111'feature
r Crown a 13rjdge' Work a Specialty. of his expressive oountanaaoa chiefly from the longleaf pine, and the

oa8 'OTTARANTKED. aa be hastily aoramblad ashore. immense importance to whloh the ,tz) .. lJI4A-IOND, BRAND
\ Once as Muggins master stood in trade In naval stores baa come maybe )
OC't{ ot; sinbSicO over Chlpley State Bank. the. boathouse on the lake shore and shown by the fact that in order to ,

saw hit favorite trotting toward him supply the demand for. spirits.of tUJ'lr lYE.MAKE MORE rille ..5foes"THAN AN}' .
'
a ew York World a mischievous thought came to him pentlne, rosin and other products of. OTHER Hoas.Z /// 77TMACHINERY WES7:
and he prepared to surprise the innocent > the pine tree'a resin there'must be invaded
99V ;;ptT brlce>a-week Eeditlon.to bulldog. Hastily cutting annually 800,000 acres of virgin
.
to:- round holes for hia eyes in a. big paler forest to make: good the decreasing;

: '.
In WOS( >. teller/paper than it has ever It down over his head and shoulders FARQUHAR

been forjjjiiad It has madd Its arrange.mentsaeoorU and doubled over ao aa to look alto 431 E"j Bay Street
Mr. W, Gunselus i, a farmer living near
\'guy. Its news service COY geter unnatural. Just aa Muggins en F L.ORIDA.
i JACKSONVILL ,
Fa. he has used Chamber!
Fleming, ,
era the entjr{ giohe.and It reports every tared the door be sprang forward witha says
'thlng.KolivJprotnptly: and accurately. It dismal "boot". and the dog who lain's Collo, Cholera and Diarrhoea Beme- Largest stock of Machinery'

"; a dsilyfand which will keep you which he can understand Jumped
':'.as'completely} / ,Informed of what is hap'penlnff backward rending the air with a aeries and takes'rleasure in recommending U. planing mills.EARQUHAR,

throughout the world., of distracted barks then tore wildly Foe sole by All Dealers. MACHINERY

TheThrice Vweek World Is fair In Its away on a race for bill life without
political reports.. ;] You can get the truth even a. backward glance at the awful has been built for 57 years;
Then Hit the
They Up Sirup.
from IU'column whether'you are'a Republican He did not more built today than any: oth
*, apparition. atop' at camp, "While on'. western tour In connection ,
t p \ Democrat" and that la what'youwatii. but fled Into a field far above where with certain Investigations of the era Let us tell you why.
." he installed and
in the
himself open committee Indian affairs Senator
on Send.for and
of the Thrice-a.-weck catalog price.
Aspealftl: feature continued his exvlted barking for over Carroll E. Page Vermont happened

-_ 'World hail' always been Its serial fiction11publishes three hour, when he was finally to'g.t' In' conversation with' a man at ,
'
novels by the best authors In coaxed back to quarters by: big {repentant ,
I Ashland WIs. W. H. MILTON M. L, M. UOLSON;
.c
the worldjnoves whlcn In book form sell tormentor, j VicePresident'F.
I "From Vermont chuckled: the President. Cashier.
for.t.GO- ;; high/ standard In
mplece.'ftndlt8 .
Bwanton."
born
man. "Why, I was at
this restfocitwlH i be maintained In the future
lutheinset.Tbe Vf First Bank. '
| National
as. A vast amount ot 111 health Is due to ''Im "So was I.", said the senator
hrieea-week World's regular
;, paired digestion. When the stomach falls ,"My'',father ran a' store on Meroh- I
)aubserxptlonprice la only '1.00 per year to perform its function properly the whole ant's row in'Bwanton." MARI NNA. FLA.
:Vand. II.'for'lM We offer I
this (> .papers. become dosed of S St
system deranged A few "Bo did mine. replied the Vermont
thili'unequatied'newepaper.: and The Ban '
'c
Obaroberlalns Tablets U all you need. They senator.
I
;i'ler: for for $1.65. The Capital, $50,000.00
: together one year
will strengthen your digestion, Invigorate "My father dealt in hides and wool""So' !
::;.ij>.re \\"a knbecaiptton! price of the two pa'era'tsK ;your liver,regulate/: your bowels, ent"ely did mine'echoed the.enator.. I Solicits Accounts of Banks, i Corporations Firms ana Individuals. .
.
". .p' doing away with that miserable feeling due My father was. a member of the Our twenty yeara experience In the banking business enables us to' offer
;;,4f": to faulty digestion. Try It. :Many others firm of Page, Sanborn & Co." you the best banking; facilities of any bank in West Florida. We also have a
'/ M H/ -' have been permanently cured, why not'vou' "Bo was mine" cried Senator Page fully equipped Savings Department in which we pay interest on deposits. Ac.

VU '\ il' Yl. Nili R s1: For sale by All Dealers. with a twinkle in his eye "Shake: (" counts by mail handled.aa easily aa by personal interview. -

'... .. ", And they "shook" heartily. Send'us your business.
"1 to write for our oonfldential letter before app1ying In this.unexpected way the sons ol P. M. ,GOLSON, Cashier.
." for pent mar be worth money. Not Really Naval Store..
the old Vermont had
partners met
&
WS promptly obtain U. and ForeignPATENTS
i., The terming of turpentine, tc!", alter10 years, and tradition has it .
pitch and rosin aa ,naval stores is a
that they went off quietly arm in arm
end TRADE t'ARKS or eturu !: misnomer. It originated many' years for a feast ot maple strap, in memoryof WANT
Ftgk
T IRE a l'ne1. ".. model, .> ago when tar and pitch first wars
childhood the
', days at Swantoa in YOU
hotoaad send anIMMEDIATFREE
> w.
o".J used to coat the bottoms of vessels to JQIDTbat
we Did Green ,
report on patentability a1v Mountain stated-Joe Chapp1e's

charges u.. Ii4oif. legal...moderate.service and TI'7-advice and our make the' rlgglnj them of watertight ships, to and preserve to covet 11 Nows-Letter._ a Better ;r

SWIFT & CO. from the action of the weather. All .-
-
question will be asked you almost dally by business men 'necking your
Patont Lawyer, ships carried always a supply of- tat Were all medicines as meritorious as .ervlcesJ If you qualify-take the Draughon Training-and show ambition to rise.
Opp. U.S.Patent OfflceWashlnoton, D.C. among their stores, and hence the Chamberlains Collo, Cholera and Diarrhoea More BANKERS Indorse DRAUGHON'S Colleges than Indorse all other bu'Iness -
original of the term "naval stores." II Bemedy the world would be much betrerotl' : colleges COMBINED. 48 Colleges In 18 States. International reputation.
. was used only bY''-ship builders and Banking.: Tmevrrltlnf. Penmannblp. En 'Il.h Npnlllnir. Artlhmotle.. tcttar Wrldnir.' Ri UHlnem,
.," and the percentage of suffering greatly r.a"-Jp'I1I1JII: auxiliary branehca. Good rOSlflONS(iUAKAHTEbU under reasonable condition!).
and others who bad to do
,. ship owners teoreased; writes Lindsay Scott of Temple, Bookkeeping. Bookkeepers all. over Home Study. Thousands of bank cads
directly with ahlpplng. and was a nautical Ind. For sale by All Dealers the United States say that Draughon's iers, bookkeepers, and stenographers are
,t'... term only. Then, when the products i New System of Bookkeeping saves them holding good positions as the result vt

','" of the gum of the long-leaf pine from 25 to 50 per cent In work and worry. taking Draughon's Homo Study. .
10. came into general commercial Importance Pleasures of Childhood. Shorthand. Practically all U. S. official CATALOGUE. For prices on 1 lessons

,::. .;i: : < ,the term was accepted as.a fitting "Well, what has my little girl been court reporters write the System of BY MAIL write JNO. J7, DkAOiai."",
one for all articles, of commerce doing today asked a Kansas City Shorthand Draughoa Colleges teach. President Nashville Tonn. For frcc catalogue '
1.. ". manufactured from that substance, mother of her daughter of six years Whyt Because they know'it is the best,; on course TCOLL'BCR, vt :lie :

11;..1' .-. ::"; Coots. little-m.Ve big money. Slmpl.nt f...:... and la maintained to this day although who' had Just' returned from play' DKAUGHON'S PRACTICAL BUSINKSS: COI.I.JEG !;.ii t

- "a. !Ilehte.t rnnnlnj. II'S ALL IN TMI Tina, ...HU.. xv.ryr the uses that created it have "Why," 'was the reply, '!we had acouple .Jacksonville.Fla.or Atlanta. Ga.,or Mole) or Montn-oincry Ala.
.
r y; mill fitted with wire eable drive -.ut attach
.,,.r. ; I. menu and adJnatabU Idler. Improved carriatebtcklni little to do with the Interests of the get married and then they

. +?" I 11*Je la all device....la, portable quick acting and atatlonary and a time. over,- trade. Went away for a wedding trip and . . . '
\,; .. W.BM.f vtar. ....iII... ...1..,..hlail. wnblaM .aL.a then they bad a baby', and then the .......
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I ,r ..mud | t .MMtdo feuaarr rk. M baby' died of spinal meningitis. Oh.
4. ,F. Nw. Llv. Your Llf '
:': 1 Mali.ry Taylor Iroa Work. .Box 15. II..... ... We sometimes wonder of what use we bad ths>"most funl" : Neat Printing '

. \ we are and why we are put on earth. I
'
. ," ', We promptly obtain U.8. and Foreign One day la added to another and we Need of .Haste.

" seem to be DO further advanced on the Two Irtshment were walking thong : Creates .a .good impression, y

pathway) of our lives. Aa Mark Twain a country road when they' came to a

.f d as would .hive put It, we do not appearto persimmon tree laden with green per among your correspondents

i be gaining on the scenery. Yet simmons. Pat walked up to the tree II

,;" y d < deud model,iketolt or photo ol Invention for there .. room in the world and need and pulled several, and began; eating and helps to give your ,.business
,
: ;t-' {free re port nn : '_For free=i in the world, for each and every one them. Soon they began to pucker up -

'. Pate w u'ndre Ii" "ro's of us, and, therefore w. must keep ongoing his mouth. Turning to his comradehe t : 'prest; 6e. ; :
" ". "v II to the end. Emerson baa a said,."Molkeef you' have got anything .
. F poem in which the squirrel talks to
to say say it quick before 1
the mountain and says;t "If X cannot close 'Ve. do Neat Printing "
up.
.i: ;
carry forests on my back neither can i i i'l '
you crack a nut. You can do something Sounded Like Qasllo. at Reasonable Prices. '
Opposite U. S. Patent Office] nobody .*!.. can do namely I A story is told of a certain 'mayorof __ .
J WASHINGTON ::0. c.. \ live your life. You have the chance Cork who headed a deputation to

n. if you will only take It, and I have the emperor of the French and com- Banner Job Office .

,1 -- -,- mine._ If we can do nothing else we menced an oration to his majesty' In <.
THERE'S A REASONS! can at least be some one's friend,and which he conceived to be the French' . .

'"' .' there la nothing' that the world more tongue. "Pardon me," said. the emperor

:: I The Salesman-Plovers' egg keenly wants and sadly needs.-I** after be had listened to the .
madam? Just arrived.eN 4s..' Horn Journal speech with much patience "English
; ... I know fairly well, but I regret to Physicians Advisethe
';'. .: ...... v The Custom' ,Bather 'gmallt- -MEN u say', .X have never bad an opportunityof

er'en't they : studying the Irish lanl\1&cel"- use of A goodlaxative to keep the bowels open and prevent the poisons of undigested

The Salesman- Just a trifle, madam victims to stomach,'IIYII'| and kidney troubles Argonaut. food from getdnglnto your system.
I I The latest product of sdence 1. VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup, purely vegetable gentle 4'
owing to the .trlke.--Lonr same as othrr people, with like result
f : reliable and of a pleasant aromatic taste. Vetvo acts on the liver, as well as on the
don Sketch. In 1011.01 appetite backache, nervous head stomach and bowels and Is of the greatest possible efficacy In constipation. Indigestion ti
\ ache and Ured,listless run 'down feeling TUB TRIALS OF A TBA.VELKR. biliousness, sick headache, feverishness coUc.flatulence.etc. Try' 'VF 1
Bat here's no use to feel like that as T. D
1 traveling salesman, write E. E.
am a
..'.. : : ., ; HIS TRADE. f Peebles,Henry, Tenn. proved. Six bottles Touajt, !C. Berkshire. Vt. and was often
of Eleotrio Bitters, who writes, did more to troubled with constipation and Indigestion LAXATIVE 1

.... The man passing over tiered, give me. new Itrength and appetite than all till I began to use Dr, King's New Life Pill.
> I such a timeseryer. other stomach remedies 1 used. They help which 1 have toondaa 'excellent ..remedyfot E L 'Vi

"I despise that.kin /' everybody Its folly to suffer when thft remedy all stomach liver or.kidney troubles

..r I ,: ."No reason,.to .despise him. [lUI' will help:you from first dose;try U;on- there I*nothing' betterOnly 21\0\ ,,..., B. JBUeQeachy LIVER SYRUP
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I Waist,, One tits Cantar of African Pale facesPalefaced ;;

; Church Dlr..Cory.K.aD.Ohurch..Sout.h.Preachlnlfevery. Civilization Heap, How of Roma Nothing but J

Hand Srd Hnnday at 11 a. m. and 9 p. m. weak, and
'. K II. Chapuelle, Pastor. Another Vjatertoaa city ofkw the. Shaky womenwho'' suffer I
Sabbath School 10 a. m. W. N. Bheats. .. .
; day ,with womanly .
Superintendent. rth&azirenapUs0 cxeU: ; Walitatea every "
'Prayer Meeting Thuraday nights. I been entered toy a white explorer." ,weakness-:need Ihe .

J'i. 0 Young. ). en's prayer meeting Inv Tuoadaynights. '* DtatH test January Walata-Ooal, ta,. ,oJ & .gentle tonic pith "
: ; Everybody cordially
the Freoeh'speU tt-<*aa more myateri-- a building action on the

Baptist Church.-Preachlr J. roe even than. tabled Tfanbactn ,,1U. womanly system. .If you are ;

and 4th Sunday. Rev. liar ,p DaUnt neighbor.b weak-you need Cardui
'-Habb&th School 10 a. m., -. ..1Snperlnteneent. .' ,II:, the tenth ffmitury Watata wet a the.woman's.tonic,because b I
treat dty: the center at ctrttltfttlon.
Prayer........' ;Meeting" Wednesi.z, -.'.-..;;. {tram which the raOgtaa of. Isla". I idle Cardulwill- 1 ; act directly on
of .trouble.
cause ,yom
Spread throughout weattm Africa.
!1 h I. P..tofBe. Directory TJp: to the twttUi century It was tM Cardui '.has a ;record of

Office hours7:30a.. ,m. to 7:00 p m.1; except prosperous capital of the VtngxVmn oC more ,than 50 years .of .. Creates.. a good impression .
Snnday.. Dana, the market ''to which 'came aU success. It must be good.'tkOCARDUI. 1- -
Cait-bouhd mall closes at 10:20 a.m Africa. ( -
!the nation of with' caravanDates' < .among. .. your cor ,
-
Westbound mall closes at &:10 p.m. (' across the desert to Tunis -
Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 Fount Tafltelt and ITfea. Here gaUxered : respondents and helps .
; .
and leaves on arrival of the east bound .
I _. .. ....mall. ,", !the wlae men and the doctors: of the' '
I' of Mahomet. to business
law : give
, Sunday,hours: 11:30 m., to 12:80p. m., I"ftea" your ,
t; Money Orders Issued at all hours when like; aJQ Jtabytaoa and aU .
ak' ". ,. office Is 1 open, except. Sundays.. lyres It began to decline. ;Timbnctu.ft prestige. '
'r.if. '. '' J P .HELL P. M yoonger city gradually stole away _The Woman's Tonic_
"'.,: ftf trace and usurped fto position ..

!,,! Oar Clubbing LUt.BAMITEB in mteHeetnal: cented In the fourteenth
, Mrs. Effle of
Graham
century It had lost its aplandor. ,
'
,:. Ntf.t and Seml-weekly Atlanta Two centuries more and tne'-'aultans' Willard. Ky., says:' ,"1 .

':" -. ; '' Journal,'per year 11.75.BAKSTE'B >f Morocco,'extending: their'conquests was so weak' I couldhardly W& DoN eat :Printing!
tif and Thrice s-week New York I :
;, ; 1 suffered
W.65. to the south occupied It and It became go ; ,
?':' Yfr."e.r; year, '
it" t fe-ikirKR and Semi-weekly Tlmea-Un- oily one of the many,conquered towns.Finally dearly evety month, for $ !1 "
Walata became-the borne od? When I began to B.eas.onal le Prices.
II.t el: "'" : n and Citizen: per year, 11.50. years. At ;

4. d BAaixaa and. Home and Farm, per rear the bands of robbers who terrorised .take'Cardur., ray .back;hurt ... : : ..
; : .,. .J1.85.. Ul the country around. With the pO. adDle Awfully. | .. rily ;weighed .. .. .
(); .. exception: of Xlng'ln 1828, no .99 pounds. Not long after

. ,,\ white ,man bad,peen ft and Its plrat :. I weighed 115. Now ,I,
.
\ 7..r. .General.. .... I .Directory..., daaters bad resolved' that none should do all .my work and am
STATE OFFICIALS. I.eoter-It., in good health.?" Begintaking '.Give next order '
I us your
Bat last winter Colonel Bou et. .
I't.' F .. ,
Governor-Alber W. Gllchrlst utoday.! .
; ; de-
Wench commandant at Ttmbucta |
'.: Secretary of St.ate-n. Clay Crawford. termtned"to dispel the mystery. At and we. will give you. per-,

Attorneys GeneralPark' Trammeli.. the head d a camel corps of"ZOO ad-
AI feet satisfaction thus '
; I
,
,. Com Aptirlculture-W. A. McRae. Hero he marched 'across the desert {
and occupied the dty without,firing ahot.
Treasurer O. Luning. eighteen years .to the month Wrong L.Jce--. .making you one of our '1

Supt.,Public. Instruction-. W. M Hollo- after the French entry: Into TIm ucta. > In some states of America the may* '
'
'
! ', .w'a'i; regular customers. .
of
.. or a town generally combines within '
.
). V.Knott. lire his own the functions of ,;" .
: ::. omp.trol1erm, Only a few poor famdefl now person .
'-.t Supreme Court-Thos. M. ,Shack leford, In the rams'of what wee once a great postmaster, coroner. inspector of aura.ncee. :.W::..,:'.':" t

t:'.t 4 : Chief''Justice:'.41.' H. Mabrv.Cler j. city, as the remains elite walla, -=-tae1 .registrar of births" deaths and .
\ and'' massive testify. marriages, and so on. .
BallroadConunlaafon-R; Hudson Burr, moaqnes .
,
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There are left even eome decorations .One day a young couple approached : .
>
Certain Y; R. C: Dunn, Clerk; :- .. '
of b7 the 'Albambra the jnuchrharaased .official 'and intimated ; '
\ the style made; ,rammar. .
: .... Judge DlntJ1'udlclal circuit-W. H. that prove that once the arts J&eJr 9.dreto.get. married. : : : .. '" -JiE'y: '. :
Pjlce.arlanoastate
were studied here aa wen aa In the XJueas thafn cost a doflar.r aald .
:1 ',' Solicitor: ninth Judicial circuit-) other Moorish\ empire north of the the mayor and; there and then ;;the

,.' '. -L.Wilson.. straits of .Gibraltar. deed was done. '
t. .. -- Late that night, aa they 'were about I : ( H lPI FV R A NNIR

i \ U. S. LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS. -= to embank on jhe sleeper tar Newrusted :vaaaa ... //I &I.l"1 1 I 1Chipley Aaa1 ,
One of the most common ailment that \
: a Jtttte .JbQllettteaded mx-hln;
; : B. 8. Chubb, Register"Galnes"( He, :Fla. hard working people are afflicted with 'Is ap to JJtcan jtn great state. of : I

:: Shields WlureDReceler.; Gainesville. lame back. Apply Chamberlain Liniment .excitement. -
twice a day and massage the part thoroughly Fla.
"Say. yon two. be yelled. :1
guess
,
I at each application, and you will "SlIt !!
Jo; beerholdpn ..UU. ;
WASHINGTON COUNTY OFFICERS. fat made
t
sale All Dealer t
relief. For .by
quick
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II : ..,) Circuit Clerk l -W. C.. Lockey, Vernon. a mistake yprfve- gqt' a dog license. -i -I-

County dllle--o. Crocker Vernon -"London IEtJ .) Answers. t 71- .
ShertS-ti.: O. Allen, Chipldy.1'te11 APPEALED TO HOTEL CLERKFair i .
<'ilrerH.'B'Tllter: ; 'Vernon. Next She'U Be Bride Groom

Tax A8.t88or-.T.J.: Williams C) lple,. Quart Applied for Object Not Usually How tar Is ibis awe equality'going,

;:. Tax Collector-W. B. Gainer, Kconfina.Sdpt : Supplied by Hostelries anyhow In an English paper"the'fob High Class Saw Mill machinery.We
:: P 'bll ''In truct.lon""B." F Gainer, but She Got It. lowing ad appeared .the- other day: .
-, "LADY desires post aa groom thoroughly -
.WauRau. -
carry at our new warehouse, 408
"g perYl80r of Registration J. M. To be a successful hotel clerk yon experienced in managementand and 410 East Bay St., a large stock of
.Simmons-Ureenhead. must have an even temper. There 1a care of horses, riding and driving-,, Portable and Stationary Engines; Locomotive
Count flollcltbrA.. D. Carmichael, no man under the sun who has' 1 so also In caravanlng and camp life." i and Horizontal Return Flue
Boilers; Saw-Mills Planers, Edgers,
Chlple7.. much to try his temper a* a hotel t
'' 1 Saws, Belting and Mill also
County Car clerk. The night clerk of a certain rpoea : Supplies;
,
.urvelorTh08.ollln. -
1 was cured of dla.r one dose o:f engine and sawmill repairs. We also
vme| Fla Baltimore hotel Is a man with
; young handle the celebrated line of RUSTLER
Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea -
Chamberlains! ,
the most polished manners. He la ...... '" '<
County Commissioners writes TAYLOR VANCE. AMRER..ao -
: Remedy, K. Oebhardt, Oriole', .
,
especially polite to the ladles but a ICAN and DELOACH Mill
J.T. Hlghtower, Chairman Vernon. Fa. Where is nothing be. ter. WOT. sale by "', Saw ,
A. C. Gilbert Chipley. few evenings ago' he nearly lost his ERIE, LEFFEL, TAYLOR and
All Dealers. SOUTHERN
equilibrium when a pretty guest asked rr""M'rr1*""" and 0011*", PERKINS Shingle Mill Machinery. Special -
S. L. Davis, Wausau.J. .. ----.w.. ve Machinery for Turpentine Plants.
.. H. Porter Millville.i him to loan her an alarm clock. Large
Stock carried for Immediate Shipment. Get our prices betore buying.
H1. Ounn, Santa Rosa. "I must get up very early tomorrow Become Young! Again. Ve can save you money. A postal will! bring our Traveler .
.' Sohool Board; morning said the fair guest; "can't We are too busy, too enoumbered.too Write c for literature covering your special requirements.
you loan me an alarm clock-oar. : much occupied too active! "We
O. B. Bush Chairman, Orange Hill ML1 1Y MpchJ CO.
( S. J. Gainer. St. Andrew.W. ,that I can depend onT""I read too much The one thing needful ry
F. Buss, Vernon. will have you called at any.. hour' Is to. throw'* off aU) one's load ,ofcares i I 408. dh: 410, B. May's Jacksonville, Florida
you, wish," replied the clerk. and to become young again, live Lona Dlmtano Tl.phono No. .'74.Here.s .
'"That won't do. You'might forgetIt I, ing happily and gracefully in the present
JOnPLEY CITY OFFICIALS. and besides, I have no watch, and hour.. We must know how to put
,. ,May or-A. D. Cam pbell.r .
? If I wake up during the night I Jlke: occupation! aside, which does not mean
_. A, :. Marshal-John Roberts to know the time." hat: be
we must Idle.-Mrs. Humphry
-!:':. ':V>erk and; Treasurer-W. w. Cook. The clerk suggested that there wasa Ward. a Guard Slogan for

(- ,, Council-W. O. Butler, Jr. chairman, telephone In the room; but that .

;,,;,;> .A.!D" Carmichael; A. A... Myers, .0.. E. would not do' so he called the housekeeper
"'':'.v.-i.Stharp.'j1; ;'B''McGeachy, Her a Bigger and :Better Business.
'; who loaned the fair cuggt: an With Eflg Money, Maybe.An .
1.\. 'f;':',''' __- alarm clock. Atchison ;woman while on a
yi shopping trip'the other day ran across' X44..S U............. .
1 some lace for $7.50 a yard. While she

l The Banner First to Use Chloroform. :. stood wondering whether she oould afford DON'T BLOCK THE WAY!

Chloroform an as anaesthetic wai' to buy: a.:couple of dollars' worthof .. .'- .
.,'y.: first used on the 80th of September, It, a farmer's wife came along and ":
1846, by Dr. W. T.. & Morton, a den bought the whole bolt without-batting. Move as fast Piprocessionor. -out.Take. the

list, of Boston In a case of tooth extraction aa eye.-Kansas City Journal. pace of the com pan't':you are in '
make
:vi a, ; Chipley, Fla. and thereafter by him la -.-- .... behind.; -' or .'. way. fof-, .>. the- 'man

many difficult operations. Thee.news .
.I't)', of the discovery reached. England In ARE EVER AT WAB. ,

:;;,'. .,Stands' for the Upbuilding of December, 1846 and British dentists There are two things everlastingly at war Do"?'* sta nd3n: the way new ideas.-Don't in the
Immediately began to use It. Sit joy and piles But liuoklen's Arnlba Salve pause
.: !';' "- James Simpson, a Scotch physician path of better system. "
Clilpley. will banish piles. It subdues the Itching. Don't settle down on tb'e ladder of
: .. (1811-1870) was the first to use It In
rrltation, Inftamation or It gWesorolort
swelling.
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'' success., Don't be a 1 barnacle on the pregress.2Chanffermeans
r: Washington County. hospital practice and this he 'did In : invites joy. Great healer of burns ship of
1847. His discovery was considered! bol1i,'ulcee..'euta, bruises, eczema, sqa.d's',
Independent of that by the Boston pimples ,'skin eruptions. 'Only! 20o at 8. 6.MoQeapby progress Proer'essrmeanB
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Xnd Florida advancement
.. ... ) dentist and In 1866 he was knighted.He '" .
'' had a public funeral when he died
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.' '< : '''- and statue of him. In bronie stands. fiO YEARS Advancement mean movement. MOVE! .

..;:I*\;.Subscription, $1'i Per Year. Ju Edinburgh. EXPERIENCE

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f.. : '
',"we make a S ICYoptw INDIAN KILLED OH TRACK. '1
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../ : Near Rochelle, ilL an Indian went to sleep
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Neat, on a railroad track and was killed by''the .
f fat express. He paid for his carelessnesswith TRADE DCSIQNa: MARKS CURTIS tI.J :Q'4EL

Art let!,c. his life. Often Its that way when people COPYRIGHTS Ac.
neglect coafcbs and colda. Don't risk Anton..ndln.. a iketelr and dmmiptlon m p Notafy Public : at Law.

.Cc en qetc.ta: Printing :your life when prompt use of Dr Kings New aaloklr Inmitlnn.. wmrtain probably our. nu opinion J\tftbl whitheru .. Discovery' will cure them and so prevent a .sni Crew thd..t I1: : fl:UHaoqqXoaPUfl .. ':...&8 All business Fla
... .. dangerous throat and lung trouble. It att Ukm tbrooih Chipley,
.'-.... ," completely tftciai notlct. without jute J- rI"SitlUlfk my care will Florida'C.
cured me In'a short lima of a terrible -
iTho Itanner cough that fallowed 'an an attack of Rnttrltal.! attention.

Grip,writes J UWatts, floydada Tex. and Lbanduomdynl..tr.l.4w..Ny. T.rr..tetr J JONES.t
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.100&10. .1 .
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:"'rt Fla. lost ftnlok, pare, reliable l and guaranteed MUNN; & Co w .LeW, I
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Notice of Election "Initiative with the Secretary Petitions"of,/State and shall not less be than filed Answer The Call. ..........................

-- four (4)) months proceeding the date 01

under WHEREAS the Constitution The legislature of 1911 the proposed election are at to which be voted the upon measures and all 10 Chipley People Have Found That '
of of the
State of Florida did 1885 petitions submitted under the power of i ]
Resolutions/ proposing pass amendmenta three JoInt to the Referendum shall be known as "Ret This is Necessary. Wire Fence.
erendum Petitions" and shall be filed
the Constitution of the ,
State of Florida! with A cold a strain a sudden wrenchA ,. ,
and the oil, the Secretary:! of State not more
same were agreed to by a vote : than tbe final ad- little cause hurt the kidney
three-fifths of all the members elected sixty ((60) days after may
each house; that the votes on said Joint to journment of the session of the Legislature Spell of backache often follows.' : :
which shall have passed the measure ,
Resolutions were entered upon their respective Or some irregularity of the urine. .
Journals to which the referendum Is applied, .
nays thereon and they with did the determine yeas and the tiling of a Referendum Petition A splendid remedy for such attacks.A 8- ...
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and direct that the against any item or section of any act, or I '
said Joint Resolu- 1
medicine that has satisfied thou
tions be submitted to- the electors of the resolution, shall not prevent the remain- Q9S.
State at the General Election In Novem- der of such measure from becoming: ef sands.Is II .
her 1912. fectlve; Doan'a Kidney Pills, I'' -4----- 30
(6) Any measure or amendment to the -
NOW. THEREFORE I, II. CLAY CRAwFORD Thousands of people rely,upon it.. e
Constitution proposed under the Inltlatlve I
Secretary of State 24
of the State:! of "
and any measure to which the Ref- Here Is one case .
J'lorlda.! do
hereby give notice that
i
a ]]WI
erendum Is applied. shall be referred to a ) '.'
General Election E. M. Toole, Marl anna, Fla says
: vote of the qualified electors of the State:!
will be held In each county In Florida on and shall become a law when approvedby "I consider Donnas Kidney Pills 41 ''III .

Tuesday next succeeding the first Mon- a majority of the votes cast thereon a reliable remdey. I used tnem 4iI\\
day in November A. 1>. 1012 the said and upon proclamation of tbe Governor, very ,
Tuesday being the and not; otherwise; for constant pain in my back and r 3. : ,

fifth Day of Novemberfor (7) The veto power of the Governor they gave me propt relief, also makingmy

the ratification or rejection of the shall not. extend to the Initiative or Referendum beatlh better' and ridding me of -.. -..__... -...-'*.__.....- ...."., ---- --
said Joint Resolutions proposing amend- measures approved by a major-
ments to the Constitution of the State:: of ity of the qualified electors; other sympton ot Kidney complaint to e e,

Florida, viz: (8) The reservation of the power of the which| I had been subject. '

A JOINT Initiative and Referendum In this Arti- For sale by ,all dealers. Price 50 Just a word Farmers and Fence Builders: :
RESOLUTION Proposing an cle shall not deprive the Legislature; of !
Amendment to Article V of the Constitution the right to repeal any law, propose or cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo: ,
of the Stato of Florida Relative pass any measure, which be consistent New York, sole agents for the United
to the Judiciary Department. with the Constitution mar tbe State Having made a deal for Ten Car Loads :

Bo It Itesolved by the Legislature. of the and of the United States:! ; States.
/State:: of Florida! : (9) The Legislature shall make suitable Remember the nameDoan'sandtake .
of the Best American Steel Wire Fence we.ware
That the following amendment to Artltle !- provisions tor. carrying into effect.the no other. : ; :

V of the Constitution of the State of provisions of this Section.: .
Florida relative to the Judiciary Department That Section Sixteen (16)) of said Article in position. TO maKe you 'better prices- p
.
I to be numbered Section 4'J: of said Three (3) shall be amended so as to NOTICE. -
Article V, be and the same Is hereby read as follows: In the Circuit Court. State ot Florida, e
agreed to and shall be submitted to the Section 16. Each law enacted, wheth Ninth Judicial Circuit Washington S than ever before. $
electors of the State at the general) elec- er by the Legislature or by the people County.-In Chancery., .
tion to be held on the first. Tuesday alter ff .
under the Initiative shall embrace but
B. E. Carter. .
i the first Monday In November,A. 1). 1913, one subject and matter properly connected ;- vs, Complainant )VEffle Be sure you see us before buying wireJ .
for ratification rejection, to-wit: therewith which subject shall be May Carter Defendant.It J @ ..
/Sec.:: 42. There shall be another Judge briefly expressed In the title, and no law
addition Court of DuvaL County In shall be amended or revised to Its title appearing; by affidavit appended to elsewhere. It means money saved. :
Ir to the Circuit. Judge of the cir only; but In such case the act, as revised, the bill filed In the above cause that Ef-
fie w
cuit in which said county Is situated. or section as amended, shall be reenacted May Carter the defendant therein .
/Such:: additional Circuit Judge shall be and published at; length. named.. Is a non-resident of tho State of $
Florida and U a resident of Ootban,
appointed by the Governor and confirm- That Section:! Seventeen:! (17) of said Ar County of Houston, !State: of Alabama, '
by the Senate and shall hold office for tide Three (3)shall be amended so as to : Hdw. C :
six salary(II) years and allowance and shall for receive the same read as follows over therefore the age ordered of twenty-one that the years said nonresident : It I Is- i Chipley .

Circuit Judges, but the expenses shall as other be- Section 17. Every bill passed by the defendant and Is hereby required $
same Legislature shall be read by Its title on to appear to tike bill of complaint tiled

paid have general by all revenue the the County of said of and Duval county.out lie of shall the. one-third Its first reading of tbe In members either present House unless desire day In the of said September cause on A.or D.before 1912 otherwise tbe 20th, .... ...........e.. .*

perform all
duties that powers the It road by sections. Every bill shall be the allegations of the said bill will he taken -
are be
prescribed by or the may provided or read on three several days, unless two- as confessed by the bald defendant.It .
Statute:: for Circuit Judges Constitution and all or by thirds of the members present when such Is further ordered that this order be NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. I 'IV BW .'
utes concerning Circuit Judges, shall stat- bill may be pending shall deem It expedient published once a The for four a4)newe-) Department of the Interior .,
him The distribution of the bus-ap. to dispense with this rule Every secutive weeks In Hander U. B, Land Office at Gainesville Florida' 1 WwW...
s I mess. of the Circuit Court of Duval County bill shall be read by Its sections on Its paper published at Chipley, County and August 11, 1912
e between the two Circuit Judges and second reading and on Its final passage, State' .as aforesaid. Notice Is hereby given that James I S:!.
tho allotment or assignment of unless on Its second reading two-third This August 2l8t A. D. 1912. Brooks, of Southport )Florida who on
and cases to be heard decided ordered matters of tbe members present la' the House (Copy of =Seal: ) W. C. LOCKET, June 24th 1911 made Homestead Entry Barber' Shop.
tried decreed or adjudged shall} be con- where such bill may. be pending ;shall ,Deputy Court* Serial No. 08929, for WM of N Wtf 8ectlon
trolled or made when necessary by the deem It expedient to dispense with this By S. A. Ilemphtll Clerk. 2\! Town_hlp 1 south Range: 14 we8t,Tallahassee wwwwss...."., .
Judge of said Court who shall have the ruler The vote on the final passage of Meridian, has hied notice of intention ..* ..
older co-nmission. every bill or joint resolution shall be tak- 'I to make Final CommutationProof
In force at. the time. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Such additional Circuit Judpe shall reside en by yeas and nays to be entered on the to establish claim to the land T. H. CALLAHAN, Propr.I .
In Duval Journal of each House; Provided, That Department of the Interior above described, before the Clerk of the
County.A any general revision of the entire laws U'B.:! Land Office at Gainesville, ..Florida Circuit Court at Vernon Florida, on the
embodied In any bill shall not be required July 20, 1912. 20th day of =:September 1912. have just opened' barber
JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an to be read by sections upon Its final :Notice Is hereby siren that Wllllo A. Claimant wltnesska B. S.
Amendment to Article 13 of the Consti- names as : shop in the Dekle 91d-building on
,
passage and Its reading may be wholly Taylor of Fountain, Florida who. on Smith, A. Worrell F. K. }!'ul ham T.F
tution of the State of Florida!
Relative dispensed with by a two-thirds vote. A August 18, 1010, made Homestead Entry
Tiller, all of Southport }j'lorlda.Henry corner west of First Nat Bank
to Education to be Known ,
as Section majority of tbo members present In each Serial No. 07307 for SE: > (Section:: 14. S. Chubb
17 of Said Article; Providing for the Issuance House shall be. necessary to pass every Township 1 north Range 13 west Tallahassee Register. and will appreciate .a share of
I of Bonds by Special:: Tax School:: bill or joint resolution. All bills or joint Meridian has filed notice of Intention -
; Districts for the Exclusive: Use of Public resolutions so passed shall be signed by to make Final Commutation your barbering trade. ,I guarantee -
' Free! Schools Within Such School the presiding officer of the respective proof, to establish claim to the land .
District and Authorizing the Levy of a Houses and by the Secretary:: of the Senate above described before the Clerk of the State of Florida, I l ss to give you satisfaction:
Tax to Create a Sinking: Fund! for the and tbe Clerk: of tbe House of Repre Circuit Court at Vernon ..Florida on the Office of Secretary of State. )r
Payment of the Interest and Redemp- sentatives. 80th day. of August! 1912.Claimant Notice of Election Stinvo 100'j j
Lion 01 Such lionda.
: names as witnesses'! "Johnw. .
Be It resolved by the Legislature of the The votes cast in compliance with' said Taylor. Lee Godwin of Sexton, Hor- KNOW TE That I. II. Clay Crawford Hair Cwt 2Go.
State of Florida: proposed amendments and the canvass Ida George Walslngham, Henry \ValaIngham Secretary of State or the State of Floridado ,

That the following amendment to Article declarations and returns thereof, shall of Econllna, lorlda. hereby give notice that a
12 of the Constitution of the Stateof be subjected to the same regulations and Henry a. Chubb Special: EileCtlonwill ....-
l /Said:: Article be, and the same Is hereby general elections In the State:: of Florida.! State of Florida, on the- Third Tuesday R. F' SCARLETT
agreed to, and shall be submitted to the IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have NOTICE !fOR PUBLICATION. September/:: A. D. 1913 the said Tues- ,
electors of the /State:: at tbe next general hereunto set my hand and affix-I 'Department of the Interior, day being the
election of Representatives to be held Id (Seal) ed the Great Seal of the State of U. S. Land Office at Gainesville, Florida.! Seventeenth Diy of September Notary Public. ,
the year A. O. 1913, for ratification or re Florida, at Tallahassee tbe 912. for' a State Senator of the State of FlorIda -
jection.Sec. Capitol this the twenty-fifth Notice I I. hereby givenuthat Felix K. from the Twenty-fifth Sanatoria '
17. The Legislature may provide day of July, A. U. 1912. ETulgham of Southport, Florida who, on district of !said! State, composed of the Real Estate Handled.
for Special:: Tax School Districts to Issue H. CLAY(- CRAWFORD, November 3, looo, mada Homestead Entry bounties of Washington and Calhoun to Collections '
bond for the exclusive use of public free Secretary of State.Advertise: Serial: Mo. 01832 lor NEB, Section ao, fill the vacancy occasioned by the deathof a specialty
schools within any such Special Tax Township 1 south, Range 14 west. Tallahassee Hon. Buell Cook, late Senator ,from '' i
School District when ever a majority of Meridian has !lIed notice of Intention said Office In First National Bank.
-------------. District.In -
electors, make .
the qualified thereof who are to Final Commutation Testimony Whereof 1 :1
freeholders shall vote In favor of the. issuance II Proof, to establish claim to the land have hereunto set my hand.
of such bonds. above described, before the Clerk of the and affixed the Great. Seal ot A.. "V" W EI"TII-iS: : 4
Whenever anv such Special:! Tax School: Circuit Court at Vernon. Florida on the (Seal.) the State:! of Florida, at Talla- ,
District. has voted In favor of the Issuance I: i 26th day of September, 1912. hassee, the Capital this the Attorney and Counsellor at Law '
Claimant witnesses T. F. nineteenth of
of such bonds, a tax not to exceed names as : day August, .
five mills on the dollar In any one year, Tiller. A. Morrell,James/ !Brooks 8.F.! A. D, 1013.II. \ Bonlfay 1'1a. : ;
on the taxable prouerty within the district Jackson alt of Month: port, Florida. CLAY CRAWFORD ,
voting for the Issue of bonds shallbe Henry S. Chubb. Secretary of State. Office in
levied In accordance with law providing In your local paper if Register. To 0. G. Allen, Sheriff Washington C. Lindsey Building, ,;

for the levying of taxes,to become a -0---- '
fund for the payment of the Interest and You want results now t Protnpt, personal serviceto
redemption of such bonds,
Saiba..a Ni..irser1es. clients. >

Proposing Amendments to Section One .' .
((1)), Sixteen: (16) and /Seventeen (17) of
Article Three ((3) of the Constitution. of The col- Satsuma Orange, Grape Fruit, Pecan ':
advertising A. G.
the State:: of Florida! Relating to Legls- McQuagge;
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tlve Authority of the !State ot Florida! All Other Fruit, Ornamental and Shade Trees. "
absorb-
Bo It Resolved by the Legislature of the umns are of .
State of Florida: Write for Illustrated Catalogue and Prices. Notary Public' >*

That the following Amendments to ing interest in this 1002 Van Antwerp Bldg. i *..M..r

Section One (1), Section:: ::amended U} and I Phone-Bell 3227, Mobile* Al. J. E..Calley, A eflf. State at', Large .
There the public %::
Section Seventeen (17) as ,of Ar- age.
ticle Three ((3)) of the Constitution of the .:" ,. .
State:: of Florida be and they are hereby finds what it needs. -

agreed to, and shall be proposed and submitted UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. Florida State College For Women IRA A. HUTCrJlSpN,
to the electors of tbls State lor Moreover that enables -
) election or rejection at the next. general GAINESVILLE TALLAHASSEE Attorney at Law. .?. :,'.
I hereafter( that Is to says n i/ .
J Section One (1) of said Article Three your publisher to A Superior But Inexpensive Institution for College of Arts and Sciences Normal School Office at :Vernon, Fla'"
C) Florida Young Men. School of Music. School ol Art. School of Bxpres- d
(3) shall be amended so as to read as fol- .... .
kin School ol Home Economics.
give a better Four.... _
lows: you paper University.1 e extension agricultural. 46 protesaoni 1 experiment and station a."lst-; First class equipment throughout.L Tuition Will'practice In Circuit Courts of
Section ((1) Tbe Legislative authority ante. DO per cent Increase in attendance last free. Other expenses very low. For Information Florida and the'Federal Courts. '"' ,*
of this State shall be vested in a lg' It gives your ear. Attractive building and campus. For address.
Mature consisting of a Senate and a catalogue address, A. A.MURPHIEE Prtsldeal. EDWARD CONRADI, Prtftdut.Excursion '".
House of Representatives. and shall bo community a better
DR./"R. E. TILLER. .
designated THE LEGISLATURE OF TUB! ,
STATE:: OF FLORIDA, but the people re- standing with the rea- "

serve laws and to amendments themselves power to the to ConstItu-propose ders. .......................... DENTAL SURGEON. ':-*', '

tion of the State and to enact or reject Chipley .FloaidaOffice ,
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such laws and amendments at the polls
Independent of the. Legislature, and also ..Pares ':
reserve at their own option the power to IJmtI. over First Nat'l Bank.

approve or reject at. the polls any act :1 Prom CHIpley. .
Item, or section of any.act, or resolution, Sooner or later result

of(2)the The Legislature first power; reserved by the will be forthcoming Charleston. S. C.. and Return, $12.75. ': Orion Lode, No. 40,', :'J'JF.

people Is the Initiative and twenty ((20)) S National meeting Improved Order of Red Men. On sale
per centum of the legal Voters shall have Sep- .. A. IVI. ,
the right to propose any legislative tember 6, 7 and 8. Return limit, September 15.

measure and twenty-fife ((25) per centum AdvertiseNotice Privilege of extension to October 10, on deposit of ticks and pajr- Regular Communications: '. Second '
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shall have the right to. propose amend *w Saturday and Fourth Fridy night'In
ment of fee of $1.00-not later than September 15. "
meets to the Constitution each month. t
and every such petition shall include the : I Visiting Brethern cordially invited.d\

full.text of the measure so proposed; I Atlanta, Ga., and Return, ,$11.10. W. li, TAYLOR,.W.: M.

Referendum(3) The second power reserved Is the -- S Account Biennial Meeting G.. U. O. O. F. 'On sale September W. W JONES; Sec. .
and It may be ordered, except .
as to laws necessary for the Immediate 7, 8 and 9.: Return limit, September; 2bt. $ .
,
preservation of public health .
peace
and safety either by petition signed bJ''welL. to the Picture Loving Public. Washington, D. C., and Return. $25.50. 0 I.' O. O. P. NOTICE. ;
(20) per centum of the legal votersor
by the Legislature; Owing to the greatly increased Account Nrtlonal Dental Association. On male September 0 Until further notice

' (4) The percentage of legal voters KUDZU business 8 and 9. Return limit September 16th.. J Chipley Lodge No.56,
hereinbefore stated shall be based interest in my :
upon I. O. O. F. will meet at 7:00
p. jn.
the total number of votes cast at the last .
p'leas' Studio will be closed from : J. D. NEPPER, Ticket Agent. each '
general election for the State: officer receiving MondayeveninaBy .
the highest number of votes cast August 5tb to September 15th.C. J. W. LURTON, D. P.,A. 0 order of the ''Lodge. .

at such election E. PLEAS, E A. RATCXIFFE, N G.

power(5) All of the petitions_Initiative submitted shall be under known the ast Chipley, FJa. .........................: S. B. JUDSON, Secy





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I THE BANNEit. FORBIDDEN CITY IS ENTERED; I I BBBBB lSS'BBBOBHS9BflDBnHBB9BBBBBB' ..w

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If' Waists! Once the Ossiter of African Pale Faces
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"}'R laanla) i Dlreetorr. Civilization: Now Nothing but

, M. ;|B.; Church, South.-Preaching every Heap of RI --. ,
It and 3rd Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Pale-faced. Weak, and

;J* II. Chap 8lle, Pastor. Another "Btystertoos dty of the. Shaky women-who suffer i
i Sabbath School 10 a. m. W. N. heats, : .
, Superintendent. tesert baa given up Its secrets Walatakaa ; :womanly

I Prayer Meeting Thursday nights. I been entered by a white explorer.: rweaness-netrd; the help -

Young. Everybody cordially meeting InV Tuesdaynights. ... Dtatfl last January Watata-Oaal ta. of a ,gentle tonic, .with / Y
I. tta Vreoeh'speU It.-use more mysterlMS a building action on the '.PR'J\TTING-

:Baptist Church.-Preachli J- 'even than tabled Ttmboctn ,,1U! womanly system. .If you are .

I and 4th Sunday. Rev. Bar patent neighbor. weak-you need Cardui, .
'tiabbathSchool 10 a. m., ,, Ar ''k In tile tenth eentnxy Walata was a the.woman's tonic because
w Soperlnteneent.Prayer treat dty, the center of ctvfflsatton. ,
... ..... .Cardui 1 act directly
dating Wedne8i.i> 'm bat which the reOgJon of .Islam wlll; on

RpPGftlX t" *llK"OPt wrztturn JLCfldsW : | 'the cause' of your .trouble.

" restoms.Diraetory. tip to the twelfth eentory H' was the CardyI haS a record: ,of

Office hours 7:30a.m. to 7:00: I'm.; ex (prosperous capital of the kingdom ofSana more ,than 50 pears of Creates. a good impression _
AI 'vept ShindaTS. { ," the market ''to which ame Ian success. It must be good., )1

J&ast-bound. mall closes at.10:20 a.m !the nations of Africa, wttb"cararan ,t .among. ,. your. correspondents .
:ij '. Westbound mall closes at. 5:10: p.m. root. e' across the desert to Tunis.rtmat. : I

:.( Mall from Vernon arrives at. 10 Tallish and Stem, Here gathered e and helps-
I. and leaves on. arrival of the east boundr ;sjCARDUIThe .. : I
: .mall. ."'' !lee wise men and tile doctors CIi the
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few of Mahomet. : to give your bysincssprestige.
f Sunday pours: 11:30 m., to 13:30: p. m., \
j) Honey Orders Issued at. all hours when Then like an Jtebylccw and all '
office Is open, except Sundays. ryrea. began to decline. ;"TlmbucUl.k .' ..
\, r' .T P _NCIIELL P. M yo'uieer city gradually stole away Woman's Tonic_

Ks trams and 'nsurpefl. its position aim

Our dabbing) ! lecDtn century It bad lost tts enckxr. Mrs. Effie, :Graham, of
a
BA.KNKB and Semi-weekly Atlanta. ',. I Willard ,". .
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Two centuries move and the sultans says
; Journal,:; ,.per, year $1.75. was so weak' I couldhardly '
ot Koroceo, extending- their conqneata We Do :Neat
," BANNK*and Thrice .week New York I I Printing;
j i World'per year, $1.65. t to tho south occupied It and it became ''Ii[ go1; suffered:

BikifEB and Semi-weekly Times-Un- oily one of the many.coaquere4 towns. | 'nearly every month, for 3 ;..

n and Ultlzen, per year, $1.50.; Finally Walata became. the tame of years. When J began t At Reasonable I iees.

,j \ BAjragBand,' Home and Farm, per year !the: bends of robbers who terrorized 'tuffs'J Cadiil. ray back;hurt .
< '.L25. kU the country aroond. With the possible &wghy: J""orily wcIghed: "- .. 1
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exception: of Lldng'a 1828. no 99 pounds. Not long after

", wjtdte ,man bad peen ft. and Its ptrsie ; J weighed 115. Now, >I,
.General.. plrcctory. masters had reeolTed that none should
do all .my work and am
STATE OFFICIALS. .enter;tt.jBnt In good health." Begin .Give next order
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us
your
,; last winter Colonel Roulet, .
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Governor-Alber W. Gllchrlst. taking Cardui today. -
1lench'oommmndnat- at T yy"ntTv ;de ,
Secretary of State-H. Clay Crawford. termtned to dispel the mystery. 'At and we' will give you. perfect

," Attorseyt9eQerai, Park.Trammel. !" the head of a camel corps of ZOO soldiers '
satisfaction thus
Corn Agrlcuiture-W.. A. MeR&e. he marched across the desert ,
; tad occupied the cJty without.ftrID. ahot.
Treasurer-J. .
C. unlng.I one
"', ". eighteen years to the month Wrong UCI11M. .making You of ,our

I Supt.,,. .Public. Instrlictlon-W.. M Hollo after the French eater Into TTmbocta. In some states of America the mar '
,,,>>; or of a town generally combines within regular customers. -

., .... _' -. ,
.. :'" Court-Thos. M. Shack leford, In the rains of what was once a great coroner. inspector of nuisance "'hJ
i "- Chief'Justice;,41. H. Mabry'Cler.r.Ballroad city, as the remain of'tts walls, dta- *, .registrar of birtha deaths and .

Commission Hudson Burr del and' massive moeqnes testify. marriages, and so on. ': !oI'.': ,

'. CnWrslanY; B:'C: Dunn, Clerk;' There" are left, even some decorationsof One day young couple approached I. o" '
theme made famfnar by the 'AVoambra. f the jnuchtharassed official and inUniatqd '. ;;.
Judge nlnt.h'udlcl..1 circuit-W. H. that pro** that once the arts jtbejr desire..to get married.: ''THE' ";::.1<<.- ;
P'lce. Jparlanna .. In the 'Guess' thafn .,., ," .. ', .. ,' ,
were studied here wen as cost.a dollar.? said ,
t3tate Sol Id tar ninth Judicial circuitL. C other Moorish empire north at Ibe j the 'I1JftJ ". *nd; there and then :the

f .' Wilson.O. straits of .Gibraltar mood was done.

< Late that night .. they were aboutto CHIPLEY BANNER
.
S. LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS. ejnfcak: on #e sleeper Jar New ,
One of the moat common ailments that
... .:r 4h4, a rate JxOlefcbeaded art-fain
H. 8.Chubb, Beglster I Gainesville, Fla. ,bard working people are afflicted with 'is
'
j rushed op tQ Sham/ In Ie great state of
\ Shields Warren; tacelper, Gatnesvlile. lame back. Apply Cbamberlalns Liniment ts1 ctte pent. .
twice day and the thoroughly Chipley Fla.
a massage parts
"
'Ba7 yon two. he yeDed. :J goes ;
I at each application, and you will 'get
WASHINGTON COUNTY OFFICERS. ,c9P4! better bold on! a.bit. Pa's made ,

\ ()Circuit Clerli:-W..C". Lockey, Vernon.. quick relief.. For\ sale BCH,by* All*1*'" Dealers.***- ,a mistake; yptfve' got a dog .ISceDIfeI" r

I County Jc djlfe--o. Crocker Vernon Ijondpn XRP&) Answers. t '
*X -
Bherlff-XJ.: O. Allen, Chlpley.Treasurer APPEALED TO HOTEL CLE0K 71- .
=H.'iTllier'Vernon.; Next She'U Be Bride Groom.

r ax Assessor-J J; Williams' Chlpley; Fair Quest Applied for Object Not (}Usually How far Is this sex equality going, ,

Tax Collector-W. B. Gainer, Kcounna.Sdpt !: '' Supplied by Hostelries, anyhow In an English paper" the following High Class Saw Mill Machinery.We \
: Public''Instruction=B. F'' Gainer, but She Got It. ad a.ppeared.the. other day: :
Wausau. "LADY desires Post as groom thoroughly -
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carry at our new warehouse, 408
'Supervisor of Registration. M. To be a successful hotel clerk yon experienced in managementand and 410 Cast Bay St., a large stock of

Simmons,Ureenhead. must hare an even temper. There is care of horses, riding and driving., Portable and Stationary Engines;Locomotive .,
'Count* Pollcltor- A. D. Carmichael, no man under the sun who has so also In oaravaning, and camp life." and Horizontal Return Flue i

Chlpley/ much to try his temper as a hotel 4 ? Boilers; Saw-Mills: Planers, Edgers, ,
{ I Saws, and :Mill also '
County Surveyor: : -Thos. Collins, Cary clerk. The night clerk of a certain lpoeapy Belting Supplies;
1 cured of engine and aaw-millrepaira. We also
was dose
Vllle, Fla, Baltimore hotel is a young man fjritb Chamberlains Collct Cholera and Diarrhoea! handle the celebrated line of HUSTLER .
Commissioners the most polished manners. He is .,, VANCE. AMRER-
,
County : TAYLOR
Remedy; write.-M. li. Qebhardt., Oriole: VV
T. especially polite to the ladles but a 5 j ICAN and DELOACH Saw Mills,
J. Hlghtower, Chairman, Vernon.A. 1"... !Hhere is nothing better for sale by ",
C. Gilbert Chipley.S. few evenings ago' he nearly lost his ERIE, LEFFEL, TAYLOR and
L. Davis, Wausan. equilibrium when" a pretty guest asked, All Dealers. SOUTHERN Stave Engines and Boilers PERKINS Sbingle.Mlll Machinery. Special <<
him to loan her an alarm clock. Machinery for Turpentine Plants.
J ..H. Porter Mlllvllla.i .
Large stock carried for Immediate
.
Shipment. Get our prices before buying.avey
P. Gunn, Santa Rosa. "I must get up very early tomorrow Become Young Again. We can u money. A postal will bring our Traveler. .
School Board; morning said the fair guest; "can'tyou We are too busy, too encumbered :Write for literature covering your special requirements.

G. B. Bush, Chairman, Orange 11 111 loan me an alarm clock--one. too much occupied too active I We
S. J. Gainer St. Andrew.W. .that I can depend on?" read too much I The one thing need JVlcalsfey4O8 L1tc1ilncry Co.JadtdorfvlUe.

F. Buss, Vernon. "I will "have you called at any. hour' ful Js to throw: off) all one's load of Sk IIO B. Uay'St. Florida

you. wish. replied the'clerk.. cares, and to 'become young again, living Long; Dt.tang Telephone No.' lL74.Here's .
"That won't do. You' might forget .
happllz and
gracefully in the
CHlPLEY present -
.. ,, CITY OFFICIALS. It, and besides, I hare no watch, bpd
I hour. We must know how to put
'. ?.Malor-A. D. Campbell If I wake up during the night I )ike
x.' Marshal-John Roberts, ; occupation aside. which does not mean

'., .'Clerk and Treasurer-W. W. Cook. to The know clerk the suggested time. that there was that Ward.te must be idle.-Mrs. Humphry a Gold Slogan for

1 v > Council-W. O. Butler. Jr. chairman, ,
a telephone in the room, but that
", :-.A. ?D.' Carmichael:, A. A. Myers, .0. E. would not do so he called the house*
"";:+Tharp.'j'. B' McGeachy, a Bigger and :Better Business.
f,.... keeper, who loaned the fair truest an With tier Egg Money' May bo.
; An Atchison
alarm,clock. :woman while on a
i. shopping trip the other day ran across ......II. >!..)(........,... .
some lace for $1.110 a yard. While she

c ::. .The Banner First to Use Chloroform.' stood wondering whether she could af DON'T BLOCK THE WAY!
Chloroform an anaesthetic wai ford to buy a couple of dollars worthof

first used on the 30th of September, It, a fanners wire cams along and '-
/, 1848, by Dr. W. T. CK Morton, a dentist bought the whole bolt without batting Mq1ve as fast, a \.t be procession move out. Take_ the

of Boston, in a case of tooth extraction an eye.-Kansas OltJournaL .- pace of the companyiyou in yforthe
Fla. are or make' 'man
: Chipley and thereafter by him .
:;. in ,, ; ." -;
",, many difficult operations. The,new behind.. .. ,
r ,. of the discovery, reached England in ARE EVER AT WAR.
: Stands for the Upbuilding of
,,; December, 1846, and British dentist There are two things everlastingly at.war Don't staadin; new
; the of Ideaa."
Immediately began to use It. lit way. Don'.t pause in the
joy| and piles But lluoklen's Arnlba Salve
> Chlpley, James Simpson, a Scotch physician path of,better '
: j will banish piles. It subdues tbe Itohln'gv system. Don't ,settle down on th'e ladder of
,. (1811-1870) was the first to use it in .
t; '':,.. ,\'V hlngton County. hospital practice and this he did in :Irritation omtort, invites, Incarnation joy. Great or swelling.healer of It burns give success., Don't be a J barriacle on the ship of pregres8.

1847. His discovery wee considered "l1eee..- bruises
IS H boil outs, ., etixemueca.d?,
Independent of that the Boston '
J .--, :: : ," Xnd Florida] dentist and in 1888 he by was knightedHe n MoQeaohr pimples, skin, eruptions. Duly 25o at. 8., fi.** Change- ',, means' progress."- Progr'esslmeans advancement
-
,......:.. had a public funeral when he died
''
and a' statue of him in bronze stand Advancement '
"' means
: movement. MOVE ,
t .. .,.:Subscription: $1 I Per Year. Jo. Bdlnburgh. EXPERIENCE 6O YEARS' ,!.
'
"

,,, I DON'T BLOCK. ;. TIlE" ,., WAY!
I' x yi
.' Wt'make a SpecUltylofWJI INDIAN: KILLED ON TRACK;,
:-* Jt IM Iw i l -
V V Near Rochelle, 11L an Indian went to sleep '

;, Neat.. ,, on a railroad track and was killed by'the
fast express. He paid for his carelessness TRAOC MARKS CURTIS L. JONES AR.CABMIUHAUL' :

Artistic with hl>lite. Often Its that way when people DCSIQNSCOPVRI
,
HTS Ac.
neglect coahs and colds. Don't risk :r.rn. iketetr and dwalMlan may Notlry Public State at Large. *- Attorney at Law.
IC 'Ct1eca<<: Printing your.life when prompt use of Dr Kings New !InT.nUon I ..Droa.bt.tqqt.aq.m our opinion frs: wb th.r u -.coUeoUoD. a Specialty.

Discovery will cure them and so prevent. a '_.t.rIatl"nlld.nUai.. HANDBOOKup Pulrau All business entrusted to
;
\ Mnt ffr Old M noy ....4a Fla
." -.. .. dangerous throat. and lung trouble. it completely P..e.ia.ek..wltnoaiobartbtothe nt h NunsG ChIpley,
] care will have
cured me In'short time of a terrible my my prompt -

Ianer cough that fsllowed an" an attack of ScIetflllcRmQrkawe, attention. Fees
iir E Grip, writes J BWatts A..... ...... reasonable.Can J.
Floydada, Tex. and I It ( .lr ntaitrtled _. ,. T rrat dr. J D J ONES.
** It* > "** regained 15 pounds In weight that 1 had "nhuion o< n.oi.ntlOa Joulnal. ''.rmm..ta aIUNonCod b> Office! .

: :; lost. 'Quick, are, reliable and guaranteed M ; ;= N ,

.:.,- :rif ... Chlpley. Fla. BOo,A |lj; trial bottles freest. 8 K:MoGoa'ohy' .. .......e.w d. Wausau Florida Xttora.7..t.la.
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Notice'of Election "Initiative with the Secretary Petitions"of,State and shall not less be than Bled Answer The Call. ..........................

-- four (4) months proceeding the date of .
the election at which the
WHEREAS, The legislature! of 1011, proposed are to be voted upon measures, and all to Chipley People Have Found That "
under the Constitution of 1885, of the
I State of Florida did three Joint petitions submitted under the power of This is Necessary. *
Resolutions pass! the Referendum shall! be known as "Ref- I Wire Pence.Just
proposing amendments to erendum Petitions" and shall filed
be
the Constitution A cold strain sudden wrenchA ,
of the State of Florida! with the Secretary of State: not more a a .
and three-tifths the same of were all the agreed members to by elected a vote of to than sixty (GO) days after the final ad- little cause may hurt the kidney ..

journment of the session of the Legislature .- Spell of backache often follow '
each house; that the votes on said Joint which shall have passed the measure $ "
Resolutions were entered upon their respective to which the referendum la applied, Or some irregularity of the urine.A '

nays thereon Journals, and they with did the determine yeas and the filing of a Referendum! Petition splendid remedy for such attacks.A ..'
against Item section of
act
and direct that the said Joint Resolutions resolution any, shall not or prevent the any remain-, or medicine that has satisfied th&u- M
be submitted to'the electors of the
der of such )
effective sands.Is .
measure from becoming
!State
at the General Election In November
I 1913. ; Doan'a Kidney*Pills, 30 .
.
( ) amendment the
NOW, TnEREFORE, I, II. CLAY CRAWFORD Constitution proposed under the Initiative to Thousands of people rely,upon it.,
Secretary: of /State:: of the State of and 24
to which the Ref Here is
measure
any one case.
Florida! do hereby Rive; notice that a erendum Is applied shall be referred to a : SJ1\ ,:
General Electionwill vote of the qualified electors of the. State:: E. M. Toole, Marianna, Fla, says: '
be held In each county In Florida on and shall become a law when approvedby "I consider Donna Kidney Pillsa 4.l:II'si .

Tuesday next succeeding the first Mon a majority of the votes cast thereon, reliable remdey. I used tnem 4 i -
day in November, A. D. 1912, the said and upon proclamation of the Governor, very :
Tuesday being the and not otherwise; for constant pain in my back and 111,
:\,, -
Fifth Day of November ((7)) The veto power of the Governor they gave me propt relief, also makingmy -

for the ratification or rejection of the. shall not extend to the Initiative or Ref- II heatlh better and ridding me of -.w.r.-w.rw..w.... _.........__......,--___-.-..._
said Joint Resolutions proposing amend- erendum measures approved by a major- '
ments to the Constitution of the State: of ity of the qualified electors; I other sympton ot Kidney complaint to ...

Florida! viz: ((8) The reservation of the power of the which) I had been subject.
Initiative and Referendum In this Arti- For sale by all dealers Price 50 : a word Farmers and Fence Builders: :
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing; an cle shall not deprive the Legislature of
Amendment to Article V of the Consti- the right to repeal any law, propose or cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo,
tution of the Stato: of Florida! Relativeto pass any measure, which be consistent New York, sole agents for the United
the Judiciary Department. with the Constitution mar t.heIt.ate/: : Having made a deal for Ten Car Loads = .

Be It Resolved by the Legislature: of the and of the United States; States

State of Florida: (0)) The Legislature shall make suitable Remember the name-Doan's-and of the Best American Steel Wire Fence .
we
: ; :
That the following amendment to Arti- provision tor carrying Into effect-the take no other.
cle V of the Constitution of the State of provisions of this'ectlon.. <
Florida relative to the Judiciary Department That /Section:: Sixteen ((16) of laid Article 0 are in position make you better prices $
to be numbered Section 43 of saidArticle Three ((3)) shall be amended so as to I NOTICE. '
V, be and the same. Is hereby read as follows: I In the Circuit Court State of Florida, .
agreed to and shall be submitted to the Section 16. Each law enacted, wheth. Ninth Judicial Circuit, Washington than ever before. e
electors of the State: at the general election er by the Legislature or by the people County.-In Chancery.
to be held on the first Tuesday alter under the Initiative, shall embrace but ]l. E. Carter. Complainant, 1vs .
I the first Monday In November,A. D. 1012, one subject and matter properly connected J. : Be sure' you see us before buying wire'
for ratification or rejection, to-wit: therewith, which subject shall be Erne May Carter, Defendant. ) 7
Sec. 42. There shall be another Judge briefly expressed In the title, and no law
of the Circuit Court of DuvaL ounty In shall be amended or revised to Its title the It bill appearing filed In by the affidavit above cause appended that Ef-to( : elsewhere. It means money saved. :
but In such the. revised
addition to the Circuit Judge of the circuit only; case act, as ne
May Carter the defendant therein
In which said county la situated. or section as amended, shall be reenacted '
named Is non-resident of the State of
a
and at $
Such additional published length.
: Circuit Judge shall be :
Florida, and Is a resident of Dothan,
appointed by the Governor and confirmby That Section Seventeen: ((17) of said Article County of Houston, State. of Alabama,
the Senate, and shall hold office for Three (3) shall be amended so as to over the age of twenty-one years: It K Chipley
six (S) years an shall receive the game read as followsf therefore, ordered that the said nonresident Hdw.Co'.1
salary and allowance for expenses as other Section 17. Every bill passed by the defendant, be and l la hereby required -
Circuit Judges but tae same shall be Legislature shall be read by Its title on to appear to the bill of complaint tiled
paid by the County of Duval out of the Its first reading; In either House, unless In the said cause on or before tbe 20th ... ..e..e$...
general revenue of said county. He shall
one-third of the members present desireIt day of September A, D. 1912 otherwise,
". have all the powers and perform all the read by sections. Every bill shall be the allegations of the said bill will be taken -
duties that are or may be provided or read on three several days, unless two- aa confessed by the &ald defendant.It .
prescribed by the Constitution or by thirds of the members present when such Is further ordered that this order bo NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. I I I 'NE", .'
Statute for Circuit Judges, and all stat- bill be shall deem It week for the
may pending expedient published once a four (4) con Department of .
utes concerning i to him The distribution of the business bill shall be read bv Its sections on Its published at Chipley, County and August 17,1918. .
of the Circuit second reading and Its final State aforesaid.
on passage, as Notice Is hereby given that James S.
t ty between the two Circuit Judges and uulesson Its second reading twothirdsof This August 21st A. D. 1013.
,
the Brooks, of Southport, Florida, who, on
allotment be or assignment of matters the members present In- the House (Copy of !Heal: ) W. C. LooaETClerk June 24th 1911. made Homestead Entry, Barber Shop.
and cases to heard, ordered,
where'Dch bill be of Court
decldedl may pending'shalldeem ; Serial No.08030 for WM of NW* Section '
.
tried, decreed or be con
It to with this S. A. Clerk. .
expedient dispense By Hemphlll
Deputy
trolled or made when necessary by the 29 Township 1 south, Range 14 west Tallahassee wsvweovs..ISSOaaoWi 'r
rule. The vote the final of
on passage .
Judge of said Court who shall have the Meridian, has bled notice of Intention 4'. ,. "
bill resolution shall be tak-
or joint
every
to make Final Commutation
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. !
older commission. In force at the' time.
by and to be entered the T. H. C ALLAH AN.
en on Propr.
nays
yeas Proof to establish claim to the land
Such additional Circuit Judge shall reside Journal of each House; Provided, That Department of the Interior, above described, before the Clerk of the ._a___ __ ___ __> ti
In Duval County. any general revision of the entire laws U' B. Land Office at Gainesville Florida, Circuit Court at Vernon,'Florida! on the ':
embodied In any bill shall not be required July 20, 1018 20th day of September, 1012. I have just opened' barbershop t
I A JOINT RESOLUTION: Proposing an to be read by sections upon Its final Notice Is hereby given that Willie A. Claimant names as wltnessks: B. S. .
Amendment to Article 12 of the Constitution passage, and Its reading may be wholly Taylor of Fountain, Florida, who on Smith, A. Morrell, 1<'. J{. Fulgham! T.F. in the Dekleold'buildinff, on ;J
I of the state. of Florida! Relativeto dispensed with by a two-thirds vote. A August 18, 1910, made Homestead Entry, Tlllor, all of Southport: Florida. corner west of First Nat Bank,
Education, to be Known as Section majority of tho members present In each Herlal No. 07S07, for SlOtf Section 14. Henry S. Chubb, .
17 of Said: Article; Providing for the In- House shall be. necessary to pass every Township 1 north Range 13 west, Tallahassee Register. and will appreciate ,a share of .
suance. of Bonds by Special Tax School bill or joint resolution. All bills or joint Meridian has Bleu notice of Intention
Districts, for the Exclusive: Use of Public resolutions so passed shall be signed by to make Final Commutation your barbering trade Iguarantee a,
3 Free! Schools Within Such School the presidium officer of the respective proof, to establish claim to the land R
District, and Authorizing tho Levy of a Houses and by the Secretary ot the. Senate : above described, before the Clerk of the State of Florida, t"8 to give you satisfaction ;, .
, Tax to Create a Sinking: ; Fund for the and the Clerk of the. House of Repre Circuit Court at Vernon, Florida! on the Office ot Secretary of State I r
- Payment of the Interest and Redemption sentatives. 29th day of August, 1912. Notice of Election Shove IOo: 't
) of /Such Bonds. Claimant names as witnesses- JohnW .. .
'. Be It resolved by the Legislature of the The votes cant in compliance with said Taylor Lee Godwin of Sexton Mor- KNOW TR.of That 01 I. II. Clay Crawford, :! Hair Cwt 2Gc. '
Secretary State the State of Floridado
Florida Ida Ueorge Walslngham Henry Wale-
State: of : and the canvass
declarations Ingham of Econflna Morlda. hereby give notice that a I
That the following amendment to Article and returns thereof, shall ,
I 12 of the Constitution of the Stateof be subjected to the same regulations and Henry $: Chubb, Special Electionwill .,.- .
Florida, to be known as Section 17 of restrictions all are provided by law for Register be held In the county of Washington, I '
Said: Article, be, and the same l Is hereby general elections In the State: of F Iorlda.IN State: of Florida, on the. Third Tuesday. R. F. SCARLETT
8 to, and shall be submitted to the TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. In September: A. D. 1012, the said Tuesday '.
,f agreed of the State at the next general hereunto set my hand and affix- Department of the Interior being the : \
r election of Representatives to be held inC (Seal) ed the Great Seal of the State of U. S. Land Office at Gainesville, Florida! StvcnUcntb Diy of September Notary Public.Real !
the year A. D. 1V12, for ratification or re. Florida, at Tallahassee the August 17, J9l2. for a State Senator. of the State of Florida !
jection. Capitol, this the twentv-fifth Notice l I. hereby given that Felix 1C, from the Twenty-fifth Senatorial .:'
'a Sec. 17. The Legislature may provide day of :July, A. D. 1012.II. Fulgham of Southport: Florida! who, on District of said State, composed of the Estate Handled. .: ',.
fur Special Tax School Districts, to Ixsue CLAY-CRAWFORD, November. 1000, mada Homestead En- Counties of Washington and Calhoun to Collections specialty :
o bond for the exclusive use of public free Secretary of State.Advertise: try, Serial Mo. 01822 for NE&' bectlon :3<>, fill the vacancy. occasioned by the death a '
schools within any such /Special:: Tax Township 1 south Range; 14 west. Tallahassee of lion. Ituell Cook, late Senator: from .'. '
t School District when ever a majority of Meridian has filed notice of Intention said District. Office in First National Bank.
:
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,
make '
,, the qualified electors, thereof, who are to Final Commutation In Testimony Whereof 1 .4. I
d freeholders, shall vote In favor of the Issuance IIii Proof, to establish claim to the land have hereunto set my hand
of such bonds.Whenever above dnftcrl bed. before the Clerk of the and affixed the Great Seal: of A.V\-VEEE: : ,
Circuit Court Florida the Seal. the State of Florida at Talla-
such Special Tax School at Vernon on ( ) ,

District has voted anv In favor: of the Issuance ii 20tb Claimant day of September names as ,witnesses 1018. : T. F. hassee nineteenth, the Capital day of this August the, Attorney and Counsellor'at taw '

of such bonds, a tax not to exceed Tiller A. MorrellrJames S.) Brooks, B. F. A. D, 1913. "* .1
five mills on the dollar, la any one the year dis-, Jackson, all of Southport: Florida II. LAY CRAWFORD, Bonlfay, } Ia.,
within
on the taxable prouerty III Henry S. Chubb Secretary of State!
trict voting for the Issue of bonds shall In your local paper if Register. To O. U. Allen, /Sheriff: Washington C.Sallbeira. Office in Lindsev Building, :
be levied In accordance with law providing I t
-
. : for the levying of taxes.to become a -
fund for the payment of the Inteicot and You want results now .{'-Prompt, personal serviceto

redemption of such bonds, clients. "., tA
Nurseries.
,
Proposing Amendments to /Section:: One ,
(1)), /Sixteen: (16) and Seventeen: (17) of
Article Three ((3) of the Constitution of The advertising col- Satsuma Orange, Grape Fruit, Pecan G. ( "
the State: of Florida! Relating to Legla- McQuagge;
tlve Authority of the /State: of Florida. umns are of absorbing All Other Fruit, Ornamental and Shade Trees .

Ho It Resolved the Legislature'of the ,
by Write for Illustrated Catalogue and Prices. Notary Public .
of Florida
State :
interest in this
II
That the following Amendments to 1002 Van ; 'r *""
Section: One ((1)), Section Sixteen (16} and I t There the Phone-Bell 3227.Vloolle, A1. J. E. Cailey, Arent. State at' Lar0e. .
Section: Seventeen ((17) as amended Ar- age. public "'

ticle Three (3) of the Constitution! of the .,, ..
State: of Florida be and they are hereby i : finds what it needs.

agreed to, and shall( be proposed and submitted UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. Florida State College For Women IRA A. HUTCHISON,
to the electors of this State: for I I Moreover, that enab- .
or rejection at the next general n GAINESVILLE TALLAHASSEE Attorney at Law. ,- '

election, hereafter; that la to say It les your publisher to A Superior But Inexpensive Institution for I College of Arts and Sciences, Normal School. Office at Vernon Fla. r
Section One (1)) of said Article, Three Florida Young Men. School of Music. School of Art. School of Expression
((3) shall be amended so as> to read as fol- I I better School of Home Economics.
give you a pa- Four college, agricultural experiment station
:
I wsJectlon.: University extension. 46 prufMaors and asslstant > First clam equipment throughout. Tuition Will practice In Circuit Courts: of
The Legislative authority SO cent IncreaM In free. Other expenses very low. For Information -
/:: (1) It gives per attendance last Florida and the'Federal Courts.
of this State shall be vested In a Legislature II per. your pa,. Attractive buildings and campus. For address
consisting! of a Senate and a catalogue address, A.A. MURPnlEC.Pr ,M House of Representatives, and shall po> II community a better -
designated THR LESISI-ATUKK OF TUB DR. R. E. TILLER. ,

IrATE: OF i'LORIDAbut the people reserve standing with the rea-

laws and to amendments themselves power to the to Constitution propose- ders. .......................... DENTAL SURGEON;' ',':.'

of the State and to enact or reject Chipley. .Flortjda.
such laws and amendments at the polls
Independent of the Legislature, and also Exc11rsioln ,Pares M
reserve at their own option the power to l I Office over First Nat'l Bank.

approve or reject at the polls any act, I From Chipley. : -,
Item, or section of any act,or resolution, Sooner or later result .

of(2)the The Legislature Ont power; reserved by the will be forthcoming Charleston. S. C., and Return, $12.75. Orion Lodge, No dot<<< '

people Is the Initiative, and twenty ((20) National meeting Improved Order of Red Men. On sale September J'
per centum of the legal voter shall have F. A. M.
the right to propose any legislative; 6,7 and 8. Retnrn limit, September: 15. l

measure, and twenty-five (25) per centum AdvertiseNotice Privilege of extension to October 10, on deposit of ticks and pay- : Regular Communications: Second'
shall have the right to propone amendments Saturday and Fourth Frldy night In
I : ment of fee of $1.00-not later than September 15. '
to the Constitution by petition, I each month. i
and every such petition shall Include the : : Visiting Brethern cordially Invited.

full,text of the measure ao proposed; Atlanta, Ga., and Return, $11.10. W. t, TAYLOR,.W.: M.

(3) The second power reserved Is the Account Biennial Meeting G. U. O. O. F. On sale September W. W. JONES; Sec. .
Referendum and It may be ordered, except : .
as to laws necessary for the Immediate 7, 8 and 9. Return limit September 21at. ,

preservation of public peace health Notice to '''the Picture Loyto Public. I. O. O. P. NOTICE. -
and safety either by petition signed; by Washington, D. C., and Return $25.50.
twenty (20)per centum of the legal voters
.t or_by the Legislature; Owing to the greatly increased Account Nrtlonal Dental Association. On sale SeptemberS Until further notice

- (4) The! percentage of legal voters iuterest in KUDZU business and 9. Return limit September 16th. Chipley Lodge No.(,
hereinbefore stated shall be based upon my .; : I.. O. O. F., willmeet at 7QOpr: rn.
the total number of votes cast at the last fleas' Studio will be closed from J. D. NEPPER, Ticket Agent. evening.v
each _
general election for the State officer receiving Monday .
the highest number of votes east August 5th to September 15th.C. J. W. LURTON, D. P. A. By order of the Lodge.E 2

at such election; N. G.
E. PLEAS, A. RATCurpc,

power((3) All of the petitions Initiative submitted shall be under known the a* Chipley, Fla. .......................... S. B. JITDSON Secvr




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Those who like furniture I
pretty

] 'Personal. IT should call in at the Chipley ] Town Topics. IT .. "..1 .

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Furniture Co's store and take a .:, .

look around. They not only haveas MOST l
Schedule of No one knows so well where "
handsome, but they also have ,
D.C. A St. A. Ra+l1ro d. the shoe pinches as He who wearsit. ;
as large and complete stock of ANY w
Effecflva March 12. 1912.I .' :, ,
furniture as can be found in any "
I Train No. 1 TratnNo. 2Qoin Fraternity teaches us to be on
South.Station Uolnlr Nortb. furniture establishment in West BANK \
loT. 11:00 a.m. Chipley 6:00 p.m Ar. earth what good people hope to ', :
Florida. in ', ,
Buying they do j
II 11:13 a.m. Wausau 4:27 p.m. as ,1\,. '!
II II 1>>:UIII pm. Greenhea4 4:00 p.m. one, two and three car load lots, be in Heaven. -' ...t"o;: .,'"
11:06 Riverside 8:54. p.m.It .
II 1:48: p.p.m... Vlckllburlr 8:12 p.m. II they can naturally sell furnitureat It's about time to begin saving .. .. ,. .,, ..r. ,
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Ar. 1:00 Southport 3:00 Lv. "
p.m. .. p.m. a less price than small dealers for Xmas, isn't it? Only four Can handle: your;, business .after a fashion, when

it. If don't believe months until that
can even buy you day. "
Sheriff Allen called to
!''Southport Sunday.was this is a fact, ask them for The September teachers' x- times are. good and money easy. When times. ,. .,. ''

prices. amina'tion will be held at Vernon,
; Arlie Attgling of Stockton, was .. .are hard and money tight you feell the., ,
next
Tuesday.
commencing
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.a caller here Saturday. Do your best, not because your .

The stranger visiting in' our need Of business cohnectton with a \
L. T. Sims spent a day or two work is worth it, but becauseyou a -
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town .should be made to feel at i ,
are. Whatever are doing -
you
Pensacola this week.
at you are making manhood and home and given the glad hand of Big Strong and Reliable BankDo <

: S. A. Alford is in Pensacola :
on womanhood. And that is what welcome. '.'

ft few days business trip. counts. Half-hearted work make Good old Santa Rosa county is your banking business and make your, .credit. -

A. L Miller spent Thursdayand but half a man. Slipshod met to remain dry, as the result of ,i i

Friday at Pensacola. ods mean loose 'principles. The the "wet" or"dry'.election held good with the strongest Bank in', ._.

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Zack Lewis was shaking hands only way to keep character up to in that county Tuesday. Selab. '..'
the standard i is by continually Washington County. : .'
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: with friends here Saturday.. There are thousands of men Y
living to highest standardin
'_ H. Ii. Tiller was up from Vernon all that up you the do. who can tell vou the exact size, .",.... I,

a short while Wednesday. ... shape and general appearance of I,
heaven and earth by'looking at a The First National Bank:
J. F. Macmanus of 'Stark was An exchange truthfully remarks I,

one of'the visitors here Friday.C. I, that,"there are too many dollar of : '
Chipley
A. Myers of Tallahasseewas people in almost every town who Speaking of the weather; It .

town will not cast their bread upon the mast be some warm in Boston.A .
in a day or two this I
water unless assured beforehandthat woman's club adjourned there .

week.J. it will come back within a the other day because it. was "too ---....................:..................

F. Marshal of Greensboro, few days a full-grown sandwich hot to talk."

was one of the visitors here Sat- all trimmed with bam, butter and We like the wide-awake progressive Rub-My-Tism will cure you. I Rub-My-Tism will cure you.

urday. mustard, rolled up in a warrantydeed man. He is always busy -
All kind of Feed atWilliams You can get more furniture for
W. C. Hutchins of Jacksonvillewas for halt the earth, and a doing something to furtherthe t
& Helton. the better furnK
in'the city Sunday the guestof mortgage the other half. interest of the community same money or .
I ture for less money at Chipley
friends. The Chipley Hardware Co. is
which he lives.Educate Furniture; r.n._ '
Dun't forget tnat a Dante account headquarters for Hardware.Get .
Mrs. and children ,
W. E. Coleman the and girls.:
is the first step toward boys Drop in and see how well our
t are spending some days at Some day they must take' your fresh meats from "
your
success. If have not taken bargain counter is filled will
you
; you
Panama City. place in the world, andan educa- Wells & Sharron. We sell it for
that first step take it today and surely want something on it.
W O. Daniel and family have tion is the main essential that cash.B. .
then follow it up with.a few more Missses Richardson.

returned from their summer steps in the right direction and leads to's cces'E ., Blake & Co. have something
5 6 doses 666 will break
outing at Parker. of special interest to the ladies to or any
you will land at the door of the We, understand that attorneyJ.
if
case of Chills & Fever; acts on
Misses Lottie First National Bank of Chipley offer; step in see'what it is.
Kate and Alford M.Sapp, has formed a copart- the liver better than Calomel], and

;left last week for a visit with relatives where a warm welcome awaits nership with ex-Judge J, R. Wells Absolutely fresh groceries and does not gripe or sicken. 25 cents '

at Albany, Ga., you at Panama City; and will shortly quick delivery what you get
.. Do flies and
I mosquitoes annoy
J.M. Jones from Ver- morve there. We regret to lose from Williams & Helton.
.was up We understand that the friends you? then why don't youput
non and spent a few hours here Mr. Sapp and his estimable! famIly Say, have you noticed our lOc :
of W. B. Las sitter are urging him screens in your doors and win-
on businessTuesday, as citizens of our town. counter? Lots of.useful articleson
j to be a candidate for State Sena.. I dows. See Dunn-Coleman Co
I it. & Dekle
Campbell Co.
W. L. Hill of Gainesville, an tor to fill the unexpired term of Dock Red dick opened a res- about it. ,

agent of the U. S. Land Office, the late Senator Buell Cook, in taurant in.one of the TharpWarren When you wear shoes thatWil-

was in Chipley Thursday. the special election to be, held new buildings last Saturday. hams & Helton sell you are guar- Tee shoe that will last a longtime
anteed satisfaction.We and is is.the
comfortable .
He promises to
September 17th. run a strictly
Miss Gussie Tharp is visiting
** fcw.M_i. ta B aW first-class, place and will furnishhis can make you special prices shoe you want to buy. That'sthe
with her sister Mrs. Hardwick "
clothing and shoes kind of shoes we sell. T. L.
Notice of Election. customers with the best the on ; come
at Headland. Ala. this week. see. Campbell & Dekle Co. Wells & Bro. I-
-0- market affords at a reasonable

Miss Francis Simmons of I To the Sheriff of Washington County, price.

Greenhead, was here last week i of the State! of Florida: I Ice in this's
am handling Chipley .
Be It Known, That I, II CLAY CBA.WFORD again aeon
the guest Of Miss< Frankie Langs- Secretary of State of the State of The Baker Banner says: "Chip. I will appreciate your patronage and 'promiseyou ;

Florida, do hereby give notice that. a ley people are arranging to put the same courteous treatment and prompt

ton.Sheriff Allen and daughter, Will be held General In Washington Btootlon County;State on an exhibit at the Pensacola ICE I attention I have always 'given you heretafore.

of Florida on Tuesday next Succeeding Interstate Fair. Those people '
Miss Maggie, went to Panama the first Monday In November A.D.1013, A. E.; Nowli'n.Open :" .
the said Tuesday being the usually capture some of the nic- "

City.yesterday, for a few days Pllth Day of November est prizes and that alone has beena from. 8 to 1O o'clock Hunclayci.!! ,
recreotion. For six ((6)) Presidential Electors.
For one Representative from the State of great advertisement for that All I orders to be delivered must be received
W. A. McRae of Tallahassee Florida at large In the 1 Sixty-third\
Congress of the United States. county not later than 4 o'clock p. m. '
State Commissioner of Agriculture For one Representative of the 3rd Congressional
District of Florida In the 1
-' "'%, was circulating among his Sixty-third of
Congress the United .. : ...
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friends here Thursday.G. Uovernor
For of the State of Florida.
For Secretary of State of the !State: of
B. Bush, chairman of the Florida. .
For Attorney General of the State of
school board, was in from his Orange Florida

Hill home Saturday and For Comptroller of the State of Florida.
For Treasurer of the State of Florida
mingled with friends here a few For Superintendent of Public Instruction M1. ,- "
of the State: of Florida. 5- Y .'
hours. For! Commissioner of Agriculture of the 1 __ t I e .." ""t ',. I.0. I.-J
State: of Florida. "-
W. 6. Butler,'Sr. and wife and For ne Justice of the Supreme Court of Eliminate h '
the State: of Florida. :
Mrs. J. D.; Campbell left Thursday For one Railroad Commissioner for the .

for a trip through sothwest I State of Florida. ferial !: ,
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For State Senator: for' 25th Senatorial \
Georgia; going in the Major'sau- District. of the State ot Florida Ii!
For one Member of the Houte of Representative -
tomobile. .a the State of "Florida. ,
',f -. For County Judge 1 Every lot. _
Rev. G.N. Winslett and fami- For Sheriff. .' '
For Clerk of the Circuit Court.. of material for :: f '
ly of Graceville, passed this way For Prosecuting Attorney. Studebaker <
For" County Assessor of Taxes. watfons ,;;.':
one day last wee enroute to Pt. For Tax Collector.
and Beach For County Treasurer the : ;
Washington Gray ton
,on a vacation trip. For" Instruction.County Superintendent of Public I searching test of the":;": 1 1I

For laboratories '
... )t'orFive County County Surveyor.Commissioners. I I : ":' .
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For Three Members
Bring your job printing to the Ot Public,Instruction.of the County- Board' Physical and chemical tests discover .
For Justice of the Peace In,and for' the "
Bltnnerfor quick,neat and classy inferior' paint
varnish
following/ Justice Districts, via: iron steel and '
work. No. No. No. :No. :No. :No. wood. Material not up to a high standard l
1 0 11 10 21 26 never
Studebaker wagansacarloadof 2 7 18 17 23 becomes a part of a StudebaKer 'on. """
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8 13 18 23 -
'em-at the hardware,store of 4 "0 14 19 24 ,J
5 10 16.20 89 Let us ten you more _I:, r.,
Dunn-Coleman Co. For Constable In and for the. following
; Justice Districts viz about the StuctebaK.get( : .
No No. No. :No No. No.
_Marked down prices on straw 1 6 11 18 21 26 acquainted with the

bats and white,shoes warn usa 2 7 18 17 22 StudebaKer' construction a
3 8 13 18 83 _
that the,good old summer timeis 4 9, It 19 24 I before ;you buy any wagon.DunnColeman.
a 5 10 15 20, 85
... ..t. close.
: drawing to a In Testimony Whereof, I hue hereunto
set my hand and affixed >'
flL: Why buy a wagon and go off the (Urea Seal of the State cMplry I.
Company
',- (Seal.) of Florida at Tallahassee,
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,),:;." hoping-you bav got a, good: one. "tbe Capltalthis\ thn twenty- Fla. j

I. .:il Buy Studebaker's'and the .question fourth" day of August, A, D. -
1918. ,
"-;r';.\ ,.. is' settled. Sold by Dunn-.. H. CLAY Secretary CRAWFORD of State: I A. G. McQUAGGE. General- Manager. .!

:;" 'Coleman Co. ; To C. U. AUKA, Sheriff Washington Co. tkn
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