The Chipley banner
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 Material Information
Title: The Chipley banner
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: C. Tharp & Co.
Place of Publication: Chipley Washington County Fla
Creation Date: October 24, 1912
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Chipley (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Washington County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Washington -- Chipley
Coordinates: 30.779167 x -85.539167 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (July 15, 1893).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001024681
oclc - 33427638
notis - AFA6585
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System ID: UF00075891:00326
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Succeeded by: Washington County news (Chipley, Fla.)

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; I hedule-' ; at Southport. Circuit Court Jurors. The "solid south" may be bro- Strayed or Stolen. Why ouyja; wagon and 'KO off ,'

\ ken in Louisiana. The Roosevelt but-headed I hoping* you have got a good tine. .."'.;,
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1 c.. &..St. A. Railroad The following is'a list of'jurors(
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pe arrangements serve failed to tile within the specified split in one.ear, smooth crop and tion is settled. Sold by Dunn-: h ,
I Blackwell to run their the Washington county circuit time the candidates for electorsin under-cross hack in other; also Coleman Co. ;
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1 titan make,prompts on Mondav.Nov., 4th. Strayed or stolen from The Misses Kichardsqn
Jones, The Bull Moosers tried the same place in Chipley.. Finder return can
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I aI d J. R. Moody, G. W. Harrell. thing in this state but they made' to me and receive reward.J. please you in any kind of. millinery ..

1 I' tll'this. 'boat will Sob- Frank Bruner, 6. W. Watt, their claim most too soon. The. .. HOPKINS.,I, you want, .'", t .> .

Pr r' .jog-schedule. E. N. McDonald, Jno. L. Cox, Democrats, .hy' quick work, bad
;) lite"9:30: a.m. E. Tharp. J. H. Parker, time to get front under. N+ t N+N-i fa N t! ANA I A N' O+N M -.M". 'dl' Y ; i
( I' II. Stokes,. J. R: Evans, .
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.. yo Javen.' 12:14)f)'.ur: H. B RUM, H. B. Fryer.J. Today the words "conserva ;
IIU I'or"' 12:30: p.m. J. F. Wesley. R. Thompson, tive" and "progr 'ssive" are inconstant ,
mttvtbe,: ; boat will beon G. W; Barrett, W. W. May, Jr. use. We should rem- this date henceforth, wC will run our ; : ', ,1 ?, ..
arrival of train, ande W. II' Harper, .C. D. Kronmlller ,. ? .
...,.; > n 'deJav.R John Berry, J. F,Jernlgan' ember that all progress! i is not mar.cet business on a strictly + ,,
t. ? F. SCARLETT, R. B. Mashburn, Robert Nixon necessarily right in itself; nei- CASH BASIS. ; .f ;'.
enet'ifl Manager. J. R. McCoUky J. W. McKay' ther is" all standing still real\, con -i.'IJ

D. T. DUtton, J. I. Peel, servatism. The wise man will llF"When you send to the market for meat> send the ; .
J. D. McDonald W. R.; Wllcox, ;
", T. fi';Yates J. W. Robertson, L. W. Ennis, not be confused by the use of money also; or if you order by 'Phone, have the change, V .
Eye Specialist, J. A. Moats, L. E. Carter; terms that may mean many different '
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ready for the delivery boy. .
hipley'at Dr. Wilson's N. B.-On account of the gen- things, but will be conser-

:, I First Tuesday in Jan- eral election which occurs Nov vative or progressive in each individual Wells BSc SHarroti. -i
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BANNER Gov. GHchrlst Wins.
The voters of Florida will not
have the opportunity to vote' on I
At Chlpl T.WA1VTBR Fla.t !
the initiative and referendum

W. JOWBB Bdltor. amendment to the constitution' Discriminating Buyer

I Katen4 at u.. poatofflca at Chlploj.Fla.. aidtU at the election 5th of next month. .

-.1 >U.atuc. The supreme court sustained

: SUBSCRIPTION BATES Governor Gilcbrist's contentionthat .

oti"tal Iie'. ............,...... ....'..00 the amendment bad not been

StXMOHTHO,:..... ....,.. ,... ..., SO\ properly submitted. In the de- Should, inspect our line of
TKU:* MOUTHS............... ... .85dAVtwA divided ". '."
cision the, supreme court was \ "

rate lurobbad oa application. three justices taking -Gov.Gtlch .

J fist's view and two upheld
'-omaiiiI on live topics, espe- -
clally of I0W1.J I Interest, are solicited. It Attorney General Trammell'sviews -
that the publish Dry Goods ;Clotl1hags--
Is UDdei'ikoUdLVhowever,
that the attorney
cf.TBrf.BxanKtt.wlll not be responsible which shows ,
f( plmonff expressed by correspondents. general had strong groundfor r ." ,
TTB BAMtfifctfVants. a live representativa his stand in favor of submit- .

I and correspondent at very postofflce ting the amendment this year. ,
In the county, and..will make liberal ar Y L
.' ra\'IXN A W"'IU1.:;1 tniB rlgrt parties. The decision hung after all oa Shoes :.grad Hat I

the opinion of one judge and that

Ttibdllb.. ".....'......<_5o,.*.,a-4. iota. j judge happened to'' take a view I f' : .
that put amendment out of !

Ne%'Yol''t-tate' collected $3- running this year. But we believe (

150,666, ihWTer the inheritance tax the next legislature will re- "THE VERY BEST OF EVERYTHINf

fronMn'e"ettat'e" of the late John submit the amendment and the

J co&ftlt decision will only deter .
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I I.r. I. its adoption temporarily. And

Thd"at! :inlth annual con- probably the next initiative and .! MOTTO
ventionWhWFI6nda W. C. T. referendum amendment will be ,,. .. "

r Ui wilrttftfteife'iq Stark on NovembeF'litftrfor nearer perfect than the one just

r;: a four days ses- prevented from appearing the ,
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,' .- Jbn.- -, ... .... .... ballot this year.. Campbell & Dekle Compa

It is always best to keep your
Thr' are trying to
temper; no one else wants it.
make JShow in the' present state
caWaAHfi li'dvin'ga' full state Well Deserved.

"' ticket tfftbte field, and in a num- .

blr of tou'nKies a full oounty.tick- The Praise That Comes From NOTICE FOR PUHLICATION. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. I I Democratic

eta: Thankful Chipley People.One Department of the Interior, Department of the Interior.U. .
,U. 3.: Land Office at Gainesville, Florida, i S. Land Office at Gainesville. }!Florida NA.TIONA1
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i'\ Kidney remedy has known
October October
5,1019. : 5,1912. For President: q .
'*',, merit. Notice U hereby given that Wesley Notice Is hereby given that Rufus L. WOODKOW WlLSl'1'
President Taft added' 35,000 Chipley people rely upon it. Dunn of Econtlna Florida Who on July Ilendrlcks of Boxton. Florida who. on For. Vice-President I
r fourth class postmasters to. the 10, 1900 made Homestead Entry, Serial Augngt 82. 1807. made Homestead Entry THOMAS MARS I
That remedy Doan' Kidney Pill No. 05454. for 8KX:: of NWtf! Section 32, : No. 37804. (Serial :No. 04tJIUt for : Presidential Electors: IJBFFKRSON
cteftfttiniir> last week, taking Chipley testimony proves It reliable., Township 1 north Rang 13 west, Tallahassee N W 3(. NEtf, ot SWtf and NW>{ofSEst It. Itnl
Meridian baa tiled notice of Intention (Section 3O Mownghlp 8 north; Range 12 J. FBBB DEBARS
thatnTfnT6"ffic6rs out of politics Mrs. M A Davis, Jackson St., Chip- to make final Commutation Proofto west Tallahassee Meridian has Died notice CHARLES E. Joml
and them under civil ley, Fla., says: "I consider It pleasure establish claim to the land above 'described of Intention to make Final five year W, Cltr.EYJoxr:
,. I placing ser- to recommend Doan' Kid- before the Clerk of the Circuit Proof to establish claim' to the land LjCI.ANDJ. fiEND
vice. again Court at Vernon Florida, on the 14th above described, before the County J.dg" II. C. SPARKMAN,
< ney Pills in a public way. I think day. of :November, 11)13. at Vernon. Florida, on the 13th day of Congressman State at Lar
:, I I ... just as highly of,this remedy now aa I Claimant mimes as witnesses Ij. O. :November. 1013. Ci.Aunio L'ENOII|
b arter. John ,Jiarret, 1. H. Barret, W. Claimant names as witnesses: John Congressman, Third Dlalril
Ta'mpa:claims 300 large factories did three years ago after it cured 'me Uaw.all of Kconllna. Florida. Pettis, Tolbert 1'ettls, Make Blue, Leon- EMMETT WILSONt9TA |
with invested and I have hae little or no kidney trouble Henry a. Chnbh, ard Johns all of Helton Florida. ......-
$21,610,000 capital EJa foe paid. Resistor. Uenry S. Chubb.
since. I was In poor health quitea Ed fee paid Register.
::. ; numberot operatives 20-; Governor: 'V
while and seemed to be growingworse '
000; '*ri&Qal wages $18,000,000; My nerves were all unstrungand Tell the Banner about it. Read the advertisements.WalkOver PAR TRAM* f
!: of Stater
anrfuTd products, $37,000,000. I rested BO poorly that when I got II. C. CRAWlJ

One million'cigars are made and up In the morntnRv I was all tired out. Odea aoa --a.. ego ....----0 Commissioner. of Agrl|

IlttitQ't2'ttTil'"+ My appetite wa? yoor and ,I alwaysfelt W. A. MCRA|
. ',- -- .. languid. My daughter finally procured J. C. l.uNINa, '
: a box of Doan's Kidney Pills Comptroller: f' P'

\ A school boy wrote an essay and I began using this remedy. The W."V KNoTTth

telling how a little boy made contents of the first box did me so much AtlornerOewral.M'1'. I''. \VWnSuperintendent : \

iHends with goat. But one day good that I continued to use it and 1>0-- ,of Public J
fore long I.was in better health than I W. N. SIIBATS.
when the trdy'was sitting on the
had enjoyed for year I feel that I State. Chemist:
river bank the goat' butted him owe muchlo Doan'a Kidney Pills. i R. E. ROSE
' into the stream and he drowned. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 SHOES Adjutant General:
cents. Foater-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, J. C. R. FOSTER]
L Question, which is' the goat, New York, sole agents for the United /i\tUor. 23th:' District:
V' TaU or Roosevelt, or both? States. A. J. McCLKT
Remember the name-Doan'a-and
r r. .. take no other. .(Adv) COUNTY.Represent.a.t.lvet .!

la Kansas it. is reported that ---- NOTICE.-- "F rettler THonti & Plci.re." L. II. IIowKi.L

over 50,000 Republicans have In Washington County Circuit' Court., : ::J.Ji::JJEEnHI: :: Clerk Circuit W. H.Court UAIHKR. ,
'I signed an agreement to vote for I State of Florida. Sheriff:
\. Wilson unless the Roosevelt men' 1. M. Sheffield Complainant,. The result of thirty-eight years of : Tax Assonsori HENRY: FABRIO J

i who are sib control of the party Roxie Sheffield, Defendant.On WAUI '-OVERShoe D. D. DAVIS.
the 18th of November
Monday day Tax Collector: .
machinery, permits electors who A. D. 1U12 the defendant Roxln' Sheffield, U. 11. TjMJHtTreasurers ,
', I Is required to aopeur to the bill of com making experience is now on display inour :
; will vote for Taft run on the state ilalnt filed against her herein. F. M. n\;88. .

" tfctceY: under the Republican labeL Iny This Itanner order four to be consecutive published In The weeks Chip-at show window. Worth looking at even if Supt.Public W. T.Instruction IlOBVK. :.I

,";,, --- Cbipley Witness In my Washington band and county seal this Florida.the 14th you don't want to buy just yet. Every one of County Judge'O..UROOICJK.: -:. .
I' ----- day of October, A. D. 1013. County Surveyor-', -I
t Copy, of Seal ] W. C. LOCKKY them prettier than a picture. See them. THOMAS Cow[
Golly, but wasn't the Expan- Clerk Circuit Court. ; County, Commissioners:
'w Ily S. A. Hemphlll Deputy Clerk. $3.50 ottd $4.OO. U. (S. BROCK
Edition of the' Pensacola II. II. Wells Solicitor for Complainant.Alo .1. W. THARP.
\ News issued Suuday a whopper.It .
terSole.. THE LBALB W. F. Runs.
contained 104 pages, and so far R. H J.O 'BIfR.' ,
virtue. of deorne of foreclosurefrom
Uy a Members School Board
I= as the Banner remembers, is the the Circuit Curt of Washington T. D. White's Old Stand. U. .... CARTKH.:
. 1 county, Florida' wherein U. II. Wells U A. F. ROOKS.Ll .
largest paper ever issued in complainant and Peter Hobby and his Aww_______ w t V ______w _ww I M. bHIPHER,
Florida.: The edition numbered wife Virginia Hobby. Barney Young and
his wife; Mary Young are defendants, I .
10,000 copies and inaugurated shall expose fur 811.11111.' public outcry to
the highest cash bidder within the legal
;. their issuance of a Sunday paper. bourn of sale before the Courthouse ..doorIn r
,.-- .. the town of Vernon Washington county ,
Florida on Monday, tho 2nd day of '
December, A.; D. 1U13 the following described -
Democratic Presidential Electors. -
real estate lying and being situ

Every Democrat-should familiarize ated to-wlt In: The Washington SWR of the counts NEK, Florida and all, BETTER WAKE UP 4
that portion ot the NW>/ ot the SE3t
If himself with the names of North of the ti. & N. Railroad, In !Sec-
F" the Wilson and Marshall electors Townshlp4 I ,North Kilo 0 lIe 14 West
tlonqS of the. NEJT. 'In Section 18 Town' "
it., before the election November 5th !South Range J:$ West, and also theM '

I\; land to assist you in' the matter South of the Range SEX 15 of West.Section, 'l'ownllblpl I 41'a To. the"'fact"that now if ever- ;is the time

-' we herewith their Amount of decree N17.I3. Purchaser to *.. "-- : :i. *"
fI' give your pay for deed.
'JI/' dames, and, remember they will L. D. MoRAE Special cure the new furniture. you so much need.
Master. -
rA Dot the ballot in rotaJloaas < j _, *
: appear on -
',\ here given, but will be arranged NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.Department tS 'T f/r/ Ou'r." spec.al'offerings. -will, soon be exhaust

:. of the Interior. .'. .
: in alphabetical order C. S. Land Office at Gainesville. Florida..
..-? .r so if yo'u want that suit or odd piece come ow
Umong about twenty-five 'thiro October 19, 1913. .
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Notice N hereby given that John W. ,
\ other names. In ordor to vote Taylor of t\exton.-'lul'lda, who on July
: while the afford such
? irl2 prices substantial
yr 22. 1U09 made Homestead Entry. Herlal ter *! a savlChlpley
1k straight democratic ticket for No. OS084, for NKJ< of NEy!(. Section, .
president vote for these electors: Township 1 north flied 13 west. Tallahassee / td -
.Meridian has notice of .Intention I
JEFFERSON B. BROW NE. to make final Five year, proof to ,
eitablUb claim to the land above describes
: J..FRED DEBERRY., ed, before toe Clerk of the Circuit Court Furniture Company)
Vernon Florida the 80th ot
at oo day
November 1913. .
W. CHIPLEY JONES. Claimant names as witnesses: j. L. Railroad Street. Chipley. Fla. \". .
Finch David Page, T.W. Johns* J. M.
r1 ,.:\ ICELAND HENDERSON. Johns ail of s.noln Florida.
S. Chubb.
yt. a SPARKMAN. Ed fee paid Beglster.

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,''J Remarkable Changes Effeoted In Dross ''Marine' Monster Weighing Approximately ,

,:; Barber and Social Activities In Fern.I Eight Ton, Harpooned
'': i I Inane Werld. Off Vancouver Coast
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1 1I multitude of expenses that her grandmother one of the little steamers ''working
from the Kyuquot it at Ion landed
I never even dreamed of; Her
I .:. No Waiting.Barbe'r&3l. visits to the masseuse the hair- thirty foot ehark. ,
The "wolf of the sea" Is claimed to V X11
I dresser, the chiropodist, are a necessary L .
:':' .. v'3: '1 part of her grooming "today. be one of the largest
.j ,I ,.,'....':'.". < ",\ : ,I While grandma tucked, her switch northern waters and weighed approximately -'" 1
I ": i., .s-, : --- -:- guiltily away in the drawer of her -eight tons. .
.t ,'. .'\ The whaling steamer had been :-L.
(. : Everything Up-to-Now. dressing table and could not be' bul- _
..'.\. -, lied into the admission that she Used searching vainly for whales for several '
:'., I, 4 ;h I c<:; . ''. .: 15(:. powder today her granddaughter un- days and the lookout had grown handsome new style in .
I ,. .' ll.iircjullintf, .- 25<:. hesitatingly admits that she wear tired of scanning the' surface of the a
.' I : .. .. :5e.v :: :. Diamond Special% Grade
4lnIrnnt. i .j. false braids. and curls and that the soft ocean. Ue was suddenly aroused to our
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I action dorsal
I :,1;?, Hair Siiitfe,. .. .. 2Sc.y glow of health .on her rounded cheek by observing the fin ofa that will give the finishing T a
monster shark
\ was skillfully applied by a "perfectwonder" cutting the water
I f 'We licit YoufjPatronaffc. of a, beauty doctor. about 200 :yards on the port bow. As touch to tiny costarrc: ,
: .: Social affairs have Increased In num.ber the big sharks yield considerable oil
i r .'. ?[:' Very Respectfully. aa well as In variety, and this the ship's officers decided to'try for This is only one of our .new patterns.

". ,'. -0 I "' W. Peters. Propr. my has lady's brought wardrobe.about a great Our'grandmothers change tin this Running one In to view'within of the thirty lack of yards whales.of Ask your, dealer l to show you his styles of

talked about their "beat dress. the shark with the boat the gunner Diamond Rfahd Slices, He should have '
and "best hat," the up-to-date lady flred the harpoon from the gun and

.. .j :;,HTJGH FARIIIOR. speaks of her bridge gown her dinner' struck the monster at the first shot. them in all grades: at all prices, for men
I \ I After a terrific fight to hold the struggling t
and her has
") t t't tt I "fDENTIST., not gown;one gown for dancingfrock.dress up affairs, blot sea animal It was hauled aboard 4 as well as lor women;; ml children.JMGS .
; ..t
A and cot 'up, the steamer resuming her
12 She bas out-
or an appropriate
-'CrowrTawl. :: \ BrKlffCWork.;: iTSp>.claUy. search for the larger mammals. i.:4 JIOll8RANOfif \
..'" fit for each occasion. Not only must I i
== 1 :. .,',; ALL WORK GUAH N 'mtD: e the gown be suitable but all the accessories Officers of the Tees declare) that the &t ? { .5I;' EAUifEIi'l/ '
shark the largest they bad ever'seen.
::0' ,'fJOlflce over Chlpley 'State Bank. including: hat wrap, gloves,
r< .' I. ., ... -----'--- shoes It was of the species common "": ojO
veil and "
:" Jewelry even lingerie M01i 1"1, TV/IN ANY .1
lYE" iCYE1 :: :
Pacific coast but not. quite so seI
to the ,
t .' '0' must be In absolute harmony. .. ,. '''"'' ;/ Trf..v,8:'" r, ;,
wI : : The New York Work 1'b
: I ,.
Sun. _
,, When one stops to consider that far north.-Vancouver 'fL.,. J_ -"' oj;

': : :,". ; -K': : Tli rice-a-week Eedition. the woman who Is "in society" does aesota snrwesratrwuirtuaira --' ., ;

) :' ." : -- :0- remarkably well If she keeps wlt n J, W Copeland btytrnli., purchased s ..j.J J

I ". Tho Thrlca! went World hopes to be $100 for a year's supply of gloves, bottle of Chmnlit-r'ntii's trough! Itemed i(( for ROUHAR MACHINERV CO. )(;'
some Idea may be formed as to the ;
In I'.MW! :a I'ttprl1lJI'r\ ( than It has ever his boy who-bad cold mid bel\retbe bottle #
liit'ii before!, and\ It has made Its arrange amount which she spends for such wps; all used tbe boy's cold ws. !jwne. 1* 43t 13. boy Street ,-fi'
y. "; mcnt! aerordtnxly. Its news ser vice cov Items as tailored suits, ball. gowns and not that better than to 1'1'h'e. /dollar doc JACKSONV1UL. F, UOUIDA.I ', '

> ere the (Mitfri-'Rlobo. and It report every furllned evening wraps.Arsenlo tor's bill For sale by ull d\'.iler (Adv)

'". thing fully, promptly{; and "(accurately. It ----.-.-..--- _. ) .. U thn only paper, not a daily, which Is aa Pound In Vegetables. Work Was Remedial. in Klorida! for saw mills an l J

nooil aa a 11111y.J.d, which ''will keep von Arsenic has been found as a normal Tbe following report from the records : planing; mills. ,
,'. 1\I'offilPtoly! | l luformnd of what Is hap- constituent In man and animals, and of a probation officer !Is significant .

." iicnlui throughout tlio world. now Drs.' Jadln and Astrug; two : "M.' Z., of German descent grad. RARQfJITAK J MACTHNEKYhas +
ictat Tho TlirUoawork World Is fair In !Its French biologists show that it may be uated'froan' ; grammar' school. Parents been built for 57 year;
imllilcal ri'i'ort' !*. Vou: can /got the truth ....,
I derived from edible plants and fruits. neat respectable, and thrifty, Germans nlorebuilt than oth. j
'j' :from Us rolinnnsv! wltulhor you aro a Rop examined vegetable 't : today any
... I.. j. They thirty-nine GIrl wanted to go to work.
I "hlll'l\n l> or Democrat and that \llil what substances, and obtained arsenle from Parents would not allow this, as they a er.! Let us'\ toll yon why'

<\ yen want. all, the quantities ranging from 0.03 did not need her wages and thought Send' for catalog/ price., I ?
ALL. f i. -. A !spr. Inl r<>atun of thn Tlirlce-aAyrok part per million In the leek to ,0.15 she should'stay at home and help about Ij S
: '. World has! alvuvs l lioon Its serial Jlctlon j
'- ;: part per million In almonds and beans. the bouse. Ctrl became unmanageable -
Ir''''NE, .'-,,"'. .' \ "" Itinililln'ios' novels! bv the brat authors Other vegetable matters containing and stayed out several nights, W. D, MILTON, M. L, I>EKLE". F. M. cor.iHON: 1'f

< the fund nays which In book form aril arsenic Care 'the common cabbage, the whereupon h parents brought her T'rosldKnt. yice-Pruslduut (CII 1"l'r.! ;
': t ,,-,, fur Jl.M! ) I\pl"CII and Its hlllh standard ID turnip, the potato cultivated murfh- Into court as Incorrigible. The probation

rose \ this! rrorrct ,wlll\{ bo maintained In the fut. rooms black truffles, Japanese rice, officer urged that the girt be allowed First National BarlI4

B'.h. urn I1.A lit' the past. red haricots; white haricots, gray to go to work. The parent :

'('i i'lip Tlirloo-a-wcck World's rouulusutvcrliitiriii peas, split peas, lentils, artichoke, agreed, the girl was placed on proba
t: ,. price I la only 'I.oci per :year MARIKNNA: FLA.
t salsify chicory lettuce, spinach green tion and found work for herself In a -
', and tills, I jit'iy': for I 1".!0} l.hl'l'r'R' offer\ peas, celery, carrots, watercress, cauliflower department store. From that time she
this. nncijiiallcd' newspaper' und The Ban filberts "
wild asparagus, gave no trouble. Capital. $50.009.00Solkll
fur for '1.6:1: ThprPlllIllLr
er toKfUuT nv year chestnuts apples pear;
UhKCrlLloIIIJfI3A) of'jlhii two paper oranges pineapples and bananas. Account of Ranks? Corporations, Firms ana Individuals.

f *.t-i .f no. .. _. The Marseillaise..1. ', slur tweiuy.vrar; experience) In the hanUtujr. lumlitens{ enables ua to offer
mere aa'a certain irony in me fact: you irto beat linnliln ; fjicllltlci. of any bank In \\'efct K crlda., We :also have a

h %tti When you Imve a bad cold and Want the that the town which produced the fully >.HnviitffH M Drpnrlment In which we pay .f tereut on deposits.. I'.c. ,
best medicine obtainable to as to cure it "Marseillaise" la now German terri counts hy mall lianjlnl: as r.-tslly ;u'hy |personal Inter\lew.

with an lit no tiejiky! u noasible-. Hero la...adruiczlfcts tory. The song dates from April 24, Send! Hi )'oll..l'w"'nc. ,, _L '

'.'> writ fin onr onliilcntial IU t ti-r buff.n tipi oplnfon. I have sold .bomber 1792, whew Rouget de Lisle, then quay F. M GOLSON. Cashier.
:>i>liii; r>r patent: It mny bo w"-tli mwncy.VB for 15 ,says Knosyllnr tered' at Strasburg as captain of engineers .. .
-1 \ >junpijy obt .in V. tf.and foreign, talus Cough Remedy years -----..... .- ..... .. ........-..,... -
., It the composed it In response to the --
| tnr.\toUIl. Iud, und eoiiBtik-r" --
PATES TSin.JTHADS best on tbe tunl kek! "'01'ulo. l.y'Io"(tenVi'8.A mayor .of Btra butg' request for'patrlotlo a !

"'' MARKS <>r cturu CMrtriv .. .. song
aU"rii .
i.'ii.| biu1 wo MinU an ItMMCQlATbFirV under the title, "Chant de Guerre
of the Hand. '
'I > TOtKvrt en ]tiUntikLiiitv. v'kti jive) Grasp '
: the .JHl lcg.il iort t o and advice, bud cur There are time. when a grasp of the pour 1'Armee du Rhine." It owes Its
churg+mm'o mixlerate. Try no. band la almost a' sacred thing. In present title to tho volunteers from 1

y SWIFT & CO., Borrow It may impart comfort or con Marseilles, who Bang It as they marched I That question 'will b* asked yon almost dally': by business men seeking! r' r e
Patent lawyers, vey sympathy more effectively than on Paris. I ..rvlce'Jf! yc.tqunllCy-take the DraiiKhonTrciJnlu>:- nd t i how) ainbkk:! l .> to r ?}
.J/. (IL..). U.S.Patent OfiicoWashngtd.i, ; D.C. words. "Vlgaln, It may be a warrant Mora BANKERS Indorse DKAVOIIUN'S Colleges than in'I lo, ',* nil '-.ti : ,
.. of friendship or a 6n ness colleges COMBINED.. 48 Colleges In 13 States. Inteiuatlonul rc.rl.T"bonSM | :-. ., ,
"" .-CsF7R--7iiL----171R'G4'1---- -.- _...-- ;Df the reliability expression of Here Is n voinmi. wlui III'{ hunt, {peroiml lUnklnir: .... PrDnaDNblll. KiiffllHli! f Spi-lllntr. Arlfiimctl.}! 1tV.tr! "hi.d : ....L.. I tLawYRliliauxlliary
also ttttrn.
----- -""" "'"""' pledge of honor; an viz,. : branch Loud POSI'IIOMJ GUARMi'li.EJJunlerrensoueLlern"- :
ItHI0)111/ erperkour
j ubteht' : approval or of admiration. Did you ( | v Bookkeeping. Bookkeepers all over hear..Stud7. .*I voffaahvra.!
fP ? : of. lean Mrs I'. II. MrojMii.: WM|| >M, l'u. wliiimiv. 1 the United States { anti s/ 'A ,
\ .. ever bear a man's growing say. that Draughon's ers, bcokkeejH'rs, :(JIl"'l' :1 .
.. c by< the reading of "Romeo and Ju know from, "xIKtI'h..oo| Unit <:llIlInl.l'rllllll"C'"uglt > New System of Bookkeeping: saves them hold:Illy gout; { posilluim ua tim rn ,' ,
.;..'- A mifJ \liet" or blowing his brains out be- Remedy.I, fu> 'uJ>eiMor 10 any olber.I'oru'oigrthere : from 23 to 50 per cent in work and worry, taking Drau hun's IIojjio Stuly.Sbottla.ad. .
I 1-: Desdemona was mallgnedT-Oliver : | UuolliliiK Unit' excels it Practically all U. S. offi CATALOGUE. 1".-... y?rk: .-,1111.1-! I
...r cause Wendell Holmes. Korsale br all l.uurii.! (Adv) cial court reporters write the System of BY MAIL write JACI I". line: +t.,,:: .
... < s-+nIJUUta.t.: i >: I'! i dh'.It'OD' Shorthand Draughon Colleges tench. President! i Nachvllll'! T :nn. Tar/i"'r err .
Now 10 l...,,,r.'t; : .",l ,flS writ I f.
Pnront+ i ; t6lqt Time Brings Improvement: Old f Charcoal Burner. DRAUGIION'S PRACTICAL BTJSTNKSS COLLLJJackaoovlll. : .

,. tit'1 : Fashions In typography change ilke The charcoal burner may' still be .,Fla..or Atlanta. Ga* or Mot\ ,-..'I. cr MoneatJr. Alt0)000 -. .

all things mortal but the typographical found and that within 30 mllea of Lon ,!:

1 t. fashions of Printer 1865, as by Illustrated a facsimileof In don. This writer knows a charcoal' } <;}0<}0<*J> -000-X '
mrTfli..i .iii':,ir iT''icvTif r'ii1Jriii fr f the burner who has carried on his ancient .
',,' .:.. f Opposite U. S. fagot Office* the Invitation card for the first ty- trade..for 40 years in' Surrey and Bus;

e I VVASrjNGJOH|! D C j pothetae dinner, might well have sex You come suddenly upon tbe Neat "'
: :
.. I. .. ........ been changed before they were Printing
... piled dome of fine earth on hearth or1 liI'
-- -- -- "
:I The work of type foundersand
adopted. In woodland and near It Is his neatly '
printers has- certainly Improved constructed hut of withes, fern and : Creates a good iiiiprossioii) :
t I
in taste since the times when ,.
Age Limit Placed Too Low. greatly heather with' Its rough corner" posts

t :* .Think of saying b man ot 60 wad: those crudely ornamental. designs and little door. correspondents < :
among your
1 too old to be a judge! Yet'that'was were popular. There he lives during tbe whole period

I New York law In 1777It. was also of.the calcining' process, keepinga and helps to give yotir liusiiiess .
New York law id 1823 when Chancel
; Something to Think About. sharp lookout to see that inquisitive t
t.: lor Kent was forced off the bench) by passersby do not push an Injuring
and ;
If a carp can live a century a I
\: It. That ha was by no means. decrepit half and a pike live to be 267 why tick into the mound which might result prestige. a
) physically or mentally at the time Is burst of flame and
live to be 1000 Ad' i In a sudden
shouldn't piker
-.. manifest from his noted work. "Com' mlttlng that an elephant deserves to" the ruin of that particular lot of wood. We do Neat Printing I I'at ;
:; "
mentarles on American Law .which nil his master he know
live to be. 100 and that one tusker"has This ma own ; t.t ,.i. roo
be wrote after his retirement. be decent -
lived to be 350, and considering that a his markets and makes a Reasonable Price '
white-headed vulture has survived capStivity living. A curious, solitary life-but 8
f ; Vehicles In Burma. .... almost fifteen decades, and that he knows all about the birds.-London Banner jOb Office. cl

The, styles mostly used In Burma the cat who keeps you awake at night Chronicle. s .... .

1 are two-wheeled dog cars end buggies may not expire for' 20 years did . . ,0 0000<*X {' { {<::'
I sc \ r. with syce's seat or step behind. The Methuselah have much to boast of. Not Overdone. I'

1: tops to the buggies must have closed I after all?
work is the thinsthat -
hood ) and be capable of Ordinary'bard
Bides ( shaped :

'. being turned back. All vehicles have ;SAVKD .-IIl9'} keeps men alive. Physicians Advise --r rthe
fitted with foot
,4. rubber tires and are .
Id -- ....... bells. Local made buggIes sell on the !:8be'! > a wte woman wbo kno -.joss what If It's Only a 'Small Thing. use of a goodlaxatlve, to keep the. bowels open and prevent the poisons of unJIgastr-j,
to do when her husband's/ U In danger,. 1
average for $1815; while thoseimportsed It is an excellent thing for every food from gettlnglnto your ",st"IO.
from India sell as high as $400. ut'MH. UJ. VII II 11: Halntre, VM.<>that bcdr to l''Am to ld something well The latest product? cf science is VELVO Laxative Liver Syrup, purely Vegetable,,ccntv: ,. ;,
kind. She Ibtlsted on mv uiiing.+; { I>r. Kl ig* reliable and cf a pleasant, aroir.etlc. taste. Velvo acts en the liver, as well as en tt-f 4,

vg New Discovery, wrltea M r. Jo'. for a dreadful 8AVKH! ,.En 0(4'( BOY.it stomach and bowels. and Is of the greatest possible efficacy In constipation lndl:estof! : .
Dolly In Dismay. cough when I was 110 weak my friend biliousness sick headache feverishness, collc.flatulenw: etc. Try VF i ,
Dorothy-Mother. when I get marJ thought 1 ba-1. only a short time to live seemed that my 14 year nfil boy would fssW H0 |*m ad MM KS *trt MBSW \ '

rled shall I have a husband like papal I and it completely ourod 111..." A quick| cute bave to lose bl. leg on account of eit ugly LAXATIVEUVER
Mother-Certainly, my dear. II" foreotigh undeoliU. his the meet ...C" .and ulcee caused by a l bId Imilsr, wrote 1>. F.llowardAgoneN.(3. .
reliable medicine for many Ihroat and 'Alt rowdies oud
Dorothy-And. If I stay single shall
u,be an old'mald like Aunt''Anna T liidjt/: troul>legri! ', bronchlt! croup, doe or. tmntment felled, tilt warded !Iluek-
Mother think you will. whooping eotigli, .quinsy, lonllitl. b morrt leas Arnica Sulve( anil curitV bun with; one

Dorothy (with a deep sigh)-Welt Jam >ng''H. A. 'Ira' l will convince )OU, fi box. Core burn., boll. tln rupttons, SYRUP

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( c.---= \ Matter Changes. But Roes Not; Cease Life SaverIn

ti Vhuroti Directory. to Exist-ftlmpl* Experiment That C

I r'i If, B. Church South.-Preaching every Prove Proposition !
.., at and 8rd Sunday, 10,11 a. m. and 8 p. m. a letter from Branch- : JOB :
"' -: li. H. Chapuelle Pastor. When a candle burns It U not de
land W. Va. Mrs.
L'" ". Sabbath School 10 a. m. W. N. Bheats, Itroyed. What seems like destruction Elizam
1 .' Superintendent.! beth Chapman says: "I-|
In merely ohanjsa. Any one can prove
Meeting Thursday nights.
; I .suffered from womanly
: ",f I Young Men's prayer meeting 'eeedayr this for himself by & vary simple experiment
'. ': nights. Everybody cordially' troubles nearly five years. ,
.. PRI) TINGf.
". ':;,;;', ', Take & glass tub and flt a oork intolaoh All the doctors in the county -
rc.I< Baptist Church-Preach It >. a end. Bore some holes In the low- did me no good. I took

., ';',:,;:: ;i"'; and Sabbath 4th School 10 Rev.a. m.Ba.: t -.. .o{<..*..-k. ir cork one of them la the middle Cardui, and now I am entirely

(.' ::. : Buperlnteaeent. large enough to hold.a candle. Dend welL I feel like a .. ", :: .

C S e..';':'.j i Prayer Meeting Wednesi rygna.; k smaller glass tube to U shape, nil it new woman. Cardui saved )

ota ,. ,:,:': -. with small piece of caustic soda and my lifel! All who suffer .. 'to" Ilr

}1 / % Postofflee Directory. cork one'Inll. Now connect the two from womanly trouble '

Office h 'ursT:30 a. m. to 7:00 I'm.; ex tyllnders by a small glass tub throughthe i should give Cardui a trial" Creates 'good impression ..
Sundays. oorks. Insert the candle-through r t'
\ '" eept : ;
': East-bound mall closes at 10:20 a.m the lower cork and suspend the whole' 661 among your" cor- I

it .,' ;.: Westbound mall closes at 5:10 p.m. tpparatu from one beam of the chemical : '* f *il 4

1 ;" Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 a.m. balance. Weigh it .carefully. respondents and : helps,.. .. .,' j
of the east
/ : ;. aDd leave on arrival CARD
Connect the free end of the U tube :
$:..' ": w' mall. Take to YOII'busi )': : .
". give : :
1iI'f t to an aspirator<< BO as to establish a
: ._i : Sunday hourar 11:30 m., to 12:30p. ..
s Money Orders Issued at all hours when uniform current of air through the I
r ,J '"" office open, except Sundays. tubes ftemore the candle light it prestige. .: <;

,, ;.! :-,;.7',;' J P HCHELL P. M and Instantly reinsert it. Let It burn The Woman's Tonic .

'* '-.#.,.* gown until entirely consumed. Now

,', ).;f""1>'" ; ...... Our Clubbing LI.'. rewelgh the apparatus. You will find 50 years of proof have ... t
: .
that it actually weigh more than It convinced those who testedit .
} : %: .i1; :: B.un"B: and Semi-weekly Atlanta '
: ; lid before the candle was burnt I
', ,' Journal per year 175. that Cardui quickly ref j We' "N"eat
:'},' J fJl ho{ ::" .< What' bad happened The carbon : Do PrintingAte' I
,':1\-' ;{ '' ;BAumtB and Thrice ,.week New York lieves aches and pains due .
'. &&; ; 'World, per year, 165. ud hydrogen of which the candle was '
:(" oomposed hare been separated baTe to womanly weakness,and s PA s
; BAxitaaaad Seml-weekly".Tlmes-Un- easenablePrices.
t 'rr.z. : "I
: a ; Irawn oxygen from the air and combined build .
,1..I 'If .' ,it.: : '., n and Citizen per year,1.50. I helps nature up
.. ; with It water and -
'Xf1"P'i:""- of' \",-'" '. "- ;: BANNER and Home and Farm per year carbon weak women to hea1th.and '.. .
' ': :.; ;"... eaustto soda baa absorbed the carbon strength. Thousands of ,
'', I"'"'', lloxlde and made sodium carbonate, I women have found. Cardui t' .
i!'-'' '' -
li'i': ax; ;>:'',." -;,; General Dlrcctory. and has also caught the water. Th. :.r
real life
; to be
? a saver. -
;; -, \\,, extra is that of th. .
!) : weight simply oxy next'' order- '
*5" > t, .4 STATE OFFICIALS. Why not test It for your Give us your
:,& len taken out of the air. ,,-' ,
h., :': Governor-Alber W. Gllchrlst.Secretary This is a practical Illustration of the ? Take Cardui today! .
;' ...: c/ise and we will give you per .
,,:' "I.."..,:.1'... of State-H. Clay Crawford. treat truth that nothing is ever deitroyed. '" ** '' ,
1' :
."'$; Attorney General Park Trammell.) Matter changes, but does not ..feetsatisfaction; .thus:, ;>":::'.

srth: .-;; Com Agriculture-W. A. Mcltae. tease to exist- St Thomas Aquinas 'I "" "
.4*: taught this In the thirteenth'century Foolish Contest. "
; ',' Treasurer-J. C. Lunlng. Waltzing making you one .of .
s-s; -, thus as la so many other ways an- An extraordinary waltzing watch in ,.

1')1:;'.'_. Supt. Public Instruction-. M Hollo- ticipating modern scientists-and which eight couples' Competed took "'regular customers.. S ; '

,. /f." way.Comptroller. tome of the ancient Greek philosophers part at Allesslindrta, Piedmont, Italy. I '
l -
AtGy, -WaVV. Kaott. understood It. It has only been The'dancers commenced at 10 o'clock -- ,. .

." r:"' Supreme Court-Thos, H. Shack leford proved xperlmntally In recent rear In the evening of the 25th instant, and ,

.: ,. ..;1, ; :. '. Chietduetlcei M.h.MabrvClerr.. did not cease until they were com-

...{. .' Railroad Commlsafon-R. Hudson Burr children pelled to do so from exhaustion. At
.7 "I'f. :::
l have
If have :
you on when there
the 26th. re
'''' ''. "f'!; Chairman B. C. Dunn, Clerk. midday -
"..;,.,;." "\, : ; noticed that orders of the stomach mained only two couples In the con -: ',. >
:}. '.:! ,. "::;",,'iI!, ".'"' Judge ninth judicial circuit-W. U. are their most common ailment. To correct test, the Jury: ordered the terminationof ", .: ',"- .. T.RE 'r ..
:.,:.:.,t.r",r :.,'/'' ,1' ,, Price. Marlanna this you will find Cbamberlalo's Stomach the match, which had lasted 14

;>:. '!'.'T' :: .. .' State Solicitor ninth Judicial circuitI C nod Liver Tablets: excellent They are tol8) hours and Regaldi.who was adjudged

..1 ',J.1:";{ .{.. ';.,' Wilson.. and pleasant to take and mild nod gentle In champion, fainted Immediately after '. -

'"1'. : :!''., '','i....,.,. ,!.,' effect. For sale by ail dealers. (Adv) ward. SHIPLEY BANNER
,.:P' ". ,
'' ''.;',' _.. U. S. LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS., : ."
'I.I"c .,' ,', -
.H. S. Chubb Register, Gainesville!, Fla. Our 8mllt Library.A Exponent of Economy .. ,

'I + + v:Y." 'Shields Warren. Receiver, Gainesville. curious little building 1* situatedat A widely known Republican was Fla.
: Plnebluff North Carolina and Is be- nrI
asked he certain candidate ,
'' ." if was for a
pw 1., t v : lleved to be the smallest public library
for.governor, and he answered:
.., :". WASHINGTON COUNTY OFFICERS. in the world. Plnebluff is onlya "No; I don't want to waste htm. The LOOC..tC
Circuit Clerk W. O. Lockey Vernon. with population of
small place, a situation is like an event in a Dublin
bounty Judge--O. Crocker Vernon than hundred in summer, <
; fewer one
j .. ,\ theater. Some fellow hadmade, a disturbance
'G > Sheriff(). G. Alien Cblpley.. and when the ladles of the village decided and the
,!tJI.: in the gallery: cry
'off;: 'reasurer-U. B. Tllier. Vernon.
"1 that they ought to have a publlo was raised 'Throw. him over! Throw I
1'::;';:r.J. <:.. fax A'I !'lsor-J. J. William., Chipley. library they found themselves without 101emn-look-
him over! Thereupon; a Class Saw Mill MachinerYeI
.; ;"1/1"/ '.,.'.". Tai Collector-\Vt B. Ualuer, Kcontana.Supt. : a building suitable for the pur ing man- rose from his seat and Impressively High
; : ]Public Instruction-B. F Gainer.
r offered
jlj : pose. Finally, a gentleman
shouted 'Hold Don'twaste
: on
l We carry at our new warehouse 408
?: ".. Wauaau.riupervlsor them a band-stand which he had builtIn him! Kill fiddler'with him.! "
a and 410 East Bay St., .a large stock of
of Registration J. M.
i / the hope that Plnebluff would soon Everybody's Magazine. Portable and Stationary Engines; Locomotive
: '
"t,6': ,. Simmons,Ureenbead. '''become a city and the offer wa accepted and Horizontal Return Flue

"II' ,: ,> '.;. Count Solicitor A.. D.,' Carmichael with thanks. By giving enter Boilers; Saw-Mills Planers, Edge,

.- _.:,, .1.i.J:6: Chlpley. talnment and so on. the ladle were Sick; headache- I. caused by a disordered Saws, Belting and Mill Supplies; also

.,: lr' {; < : County Surveyor-Thos. '':ol IDs,. Cary able to raise fund to purchase materials tomacb. Take Chamberlain's Tablets nod 4. i engine and saw-mill repairs. We also

.. yule, Fla.County. to fill in the opening of the band. correct thai Bad the he tches wlll-dI8ftp' .. handle. the celebrated line of HUSTLER
fit It into 'a
.'. CouuiUslonerat: stand, and generally up pear. For l\ley all dealers (Adv) -.t. ICAN .and DELOACII Saw Millr.

'.,<. .' '. t J.T. Illgb tower. Chairman Vernon.. I snug little building. Over BOO hooks ERIE LEFFEL TAYLOR and
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: A. C. Gilbert Cblpley. : have been given and the tiny library SOUTHERN Engines and Boilers, PEKKINS.Shlngle: Mill Machinery. Special

;a ,. :. S. L. Davis, Wausau. of >which Plnebluff. 1* very: .proud. Is Easy/ Ink Eraser Stave :Machinery for Turpentine Plants.

\o,.: : ,,' '. ', J. Q. Porter'Mill villa.V now In full working or44r.-J1'rom. the A blot of.Ink on your paper may bt Large stock carried for immediate Shipment.. Get our prices before buying.

', ,..".v ". l>. F. 0'Inn. Santa; R 0111... .. June Wide World. easily removed by means of one o) We can save you money. A postal will bring our Traveler.
,.'" .. )0 ...,."* ; those little emery cardboard strip Write for literature covering your special requirements. ;
1: :.:,.. :: School Board: for that are used for manicuring the nails "
',' :" .:',qS' ,, Q. B. Bash, Chairman Orange 11111 a Qrlevano. Just rub it lightly over the ink after Marshy JVlacHitiery, Co.

i"t': "'. S..J. Gainer St. Andrew. There is nothing Quite so easy to blotting carefully and it will remove 408 A 4IO. E. Hay St. Jacksonville, Florida

,.."r,n, ,' 'V' W. F. Euss, Vernon. find as a grievance. It can be mad every trace yet leave the 'paper li long Dlmtanc Telephone No. B7<4.Here's -
..-.t; <' -- to order in a second's time, no material good condition
!/I.;; <- other than the Imagination being
.. '-' .' Mayor-A. D. Campbell. necessary.By .

t r'f w'-yr;;, Marshal-John Roberta being on the watch for Insults ManWorehlpa Something. a Good Slogan for'
< ; and Injuries one has Jlttle time for the
'J:yw,{I', '" ; Clerk and Treasurer-W., Cook. always worships something, .
"r '. sweet enjoyments of llf*. always he the Infinite shadowed
: : .: Council-W. O. Butler, Jr. chairman, sees
.v .":, ,.' A. D. Carmichael, A. A. My era,, C. E. Plenty of work 1* th. best remedyfor forth in something( finite, and Indeed a Bigger and Better Business.

5 w.." "_ Tbarp.. .J. B, McOeacby sensitive individuals-work and can and must BO see It in any finite
'::I K..r. S; aelf-control-det.rmlnaUon and will. thing once tempt him well to fix hit
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,".;:,E..f.. .ryM .,;: -- Half of one's griefs are only Imaginary. eyes thereon/ Carlyle.: ........61'...,."e H.U

Have you ever wished you might ,
';:-P Y have returned to you the precious DON'T BLOCK THE WAY! .

The Banner hour spent in suffering over nothing They Go Together.If "

? God writes "opportunity" on on
We all need work. We all need rest I..,. of open doors he writes "re Move as fast as the procession-or move out.:/;Take the

But above all we need the proper light syonalblllty" on the other, side.Oracey. .- of the in .way'forthe
.: pace company you are or make man
': ., / r '; S- Chipley Fla. of understanding that keeps .us clear "
from the pits of argument, the swamp ..behind. >**?'

.". ". of morbidness, the stumbling. blocks of '".. ..

1., ,', -"" ",. Stands for the Upbulldlnf of worry and grief. FORTUNES IN FACES. Don't stand-in- .the way of new ideas; ..Don't; pause in the

,, ,. ,,. ,, '' There's often much truth in
.. ;? : the laying
'.,.Y" I.., ." '.+:, .. Chi P 1 ey, Helpless."By her faoo is bee fortune,' but its never said path of better system. Don't settle dbwnfon the ladder of

"'1.-' ;'- .'.,,".; ," ','I S Jove" said Blake -that was where pimples, skin blotches
::: T'Io: "I \ -. eruption, or success. Don't he a barnacle on the ship of"pregress.>

';./0 ; i :,'1 :.::::, :" VVaehlngton County, tough. Here's a big lot of'piano destroyed I blemish! disfigure it. Impure blond I is back r' r \ ...... .' .
,'.ds! J_ .. ', by fire up In Syracuse. Th I of them, and shows the need or t>r. Klnis .';';."'; )".,.,":,;...... ;i'

f"': :Aid. /'+k :,: : ',".; ....: o-" fire department was utterly helpless. New Lifo .>11I., They promote benltli and Change.means progress. Progress means'" vancement
'. ,., ,,}Irii''t--' ... _... '' And F1orldai'! "What the trouble asked beauty 23o at SE ', ;
''."'' ;'T,.'\Ii/....,.. '?".t..t'<; ;''to''f. was McUoachy. (Adv) '. .__ j"I--t.I-,. ,
Zanypat. bltln.'ln.tanUT.
.'F 1,:.. ,,><;,.... ;. "Why the hose couldn't play on the 6O YEARS* Advancement means movement.'. MOVE!
r. ; I Per Year. piano* .explained Blnks whereupon <" :,0DON'T > -'r
:'i; ; -' : Subscription, $1 EXPERIENCE ,;: <
everybody In the club was Invited in '
.. ."'''' '' : i' y BLOCK THE WAY! -
.. J,.' ',"" ,'' 101;,' "'-.."', ,.' to enpoy wassail at the expense of the ,.,
R" j .'. '
fi". .' party of the second part-Harper's
: ., ;"- :'k-;; : yf. mate. .a Speclal1yof Weekly. I ..-
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.,OI. .. ']"" : ''' ; A LOG ON THE TRACK I I
:, ; .-, Neat, .
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"' ,'.. .' of the rut express meona serious. trouble TRADE MARKS CURTIS L. JONES. A.U.., CM KMIUHAEL
-, l. .. Artlatlc bead If not removed, so does lots ofappetlte Vji '. : Ac.wnt AUorneyat'l.ftW'la.CullecLlo
<"- It means lack of vitality los. of strengthand Anyone sendlni ask.Irh.nd .. Notary Public State at Large.
./ weakness. quickly..oenein on.opiulon I fr.. whot 73)::: a Specialty.
Commercial Printing nerve If appetite falls take In.entlmt Is probably Vet ',ntebie. .Communl.. ;
Electric Bitters quickly to overcome the &1on..trIQUollllt1enlfill.. tiANDBOOK...., olll'ateota All business entrusted to Chlpl J, Fla
: fro* Oldest Manny tor urlll+ nta.
; 'I :. ; :, cause by: toning up the stomach sue curing Patanu token through' Slum CoTl tv.
.' nwefcri notice, wllhootchnrMTluur my care will have -
.. > *- prompt
; \ 'f -- -' my
:' the Indigestion M. Ilesshelmer, JUacoln,
= ," .' V' "' 3$3#:;Tnr< --' i
1 :'.:: "<1.'P r Neb. hadteen sick over three year, but flmcricambuuhomalr attention. Fees reasonable.Can .J. BONES.Rttorner

:.I.Lt", '- aimer six bottles of Klevtrlo Bitters put him right r A IllnntnU weaN,.. [rrMt Mr.al. j D ,
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t"F :/ :,. agslD. They have helped thousands They ilhUuu rmrt '""ir of montbi any"*!,.nUlle$1. ) '. new.deelers.rUNN&Co,3618 V.TII...to a. be found at Post Office.'VanSaUj .

., give pure bleed strong oerves, gil :: .At.1..W,

' jJ:W'.;_- t.';..: ._c VUt. ,Cldple,) fla. j U.IyWuat81tM feb:< (Adv dlgestlon. ) ,,I ......:.t Ollke, c.2II r....' .....Newyork: ,j Florida CHIPLEY, ....A.

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of Election: Initiative Petitions", and shall be filed Notice of Election.0 .. R
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with the :Secretary:I of :State: not less than ... .... .0.0$ .

-- four (((4)) months proceeding tIle date of .,- t J

WHEREAS, The legislature of 1911, tho election at which the measures so To-the Sheriff of. Washington County; :
are to be voted upon, and all
under the Constitution of .1885, of the proposed submitted under the power-of of the State of Florida: =
State of Florida, did pass three Joint the Referendum shall bo known as "Ksf- Wire
Ho It That 1. II CLAY: CHAW
Resolutions proposing amendments to erendum Petitions", and shall be tiled Known i
the Constitution of the Stats of Florida with the Secretary of :State: not more FOHI, Kocrntary of State of tbe State of $
and the same were agreed to by a vote of, than sixty (QO) days after the final adjournment Florida, do hereby give notice that a
tbreo-tilths of all the members elected to of the session of the Legislature General Election : Fence''l
pncU house; that the votes on said Joint which shall have passed the measure Will.bn held In WasliltiBton CtumtyHtato .
Resolutions were entered upon their respective to which the referendum Is applied, of Florida, on Tuesday next succeeding 1 .
Journals, with the yeas and the tiling of Referendum Petition the drat Monday In November, A, U. 1913,. D
nay tbereon. and they did determineand against any Item or section of any act, or the said Tuesday being the i '
direct that the said Joint Resolutions resolution, shall not prevent the remainder Filth Day of.Noventbat* / \ :
be submitted to the electors of the of such measure from becoming effective -
(State at the General Election la Novem- For six: ((6) Presidential Electors.For '
ber 1913. ; 0110 Representative from the State of 30-
((6) Any measure or amendment to the Florida at large In tho hlxty-ililrt ;" 111 10.1'-_ -
NOW, THBRKroKK: I, II. CtA.T CRAW- ,,\. .
Constitution proposed under the Initiative Congress of the United: States, \ '4' .
.FORD Secretary:! of State of the :State: of and any measure to which the Referendum For one Urpresem.atlvoof-the 3rd Con '
Florida,do hereby dive notice that a 4s applied shall be referred to a gregtlonal District of Florida In the SJ 14' ,\ -

General Election vote of the qualified electors oC the State: Sixty-third Congress ofthe United 1,(: -- ,
will bl hold In each county In Florida on and shall become a law when approvedby !8tiit: s. .
Tuesday next succeeding the first Mon a majority of the votes cast 'thereon, For Governor of the State of Florida. 4 dl: -
day ill November, A. D. 1\ 18, the said and upon proclamation of the _Governor, For Secretary of Mate;! of the State of it : ,
and not otherwise Florida. -
Tuesday being the ; .
Fifth Day of Novemberfor (7) The veto power of the Governor For Attorney General) of the State of 3"illl CiI!:'., -- _,

Lhn ratification or rejection of the shall not extend to the Initiative or Ref- For Florida.Comptroller of the State of Florida. --- ......,... -,........----.....-..;::-....'--.----.--.--"..-.
Bald erendum measures approved by a maJor- -
Joint Resolutions
proposing amendments For Treasurer of the State of Florida.
ity of the qualified electors:
to the Constitution of the :State: of
of Inatructloi
For ( 1'ubllo
i Florida! viz: Initiative(8) The and reservation Referendum of the lu power this of Article the- of Superintendent the tlt.Iof Florida :' Just a word Farmers and Fenc Builders:
of the
For Commissioner of Agriculture .
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing/: an shall not deprive the Legislature of State of Florida
Amendment to Article V of the Constitution the right to repeal any law, propose or
For one Justice of the Supreme Court of e Having made aldeaffor Ten Car
of the State: of Florida! Relative pass any measure, which may be consistent the State of Florida. Loads"t
tu the Judiciary Department with the Constitution of the Mate For out Railroad Commissioner for the

Be! It Resolved by the Legislature of the and of the United States; State of Florida! : of the Best American Steel Wire Fence we' _
I The Legislature shall make suitable ,
Mate of Florida! : ((9) For. State Senator for ;>th Senatorla\
provisions for into effect tart District of the Stutn ot Florida.
I That V of the the following Constitution amendment or the State:to Article of- provisions of this Becton. For one Member of the llouso. of Representatives : are in position to make you better prices, '

Florida. relative to the Judiciary Department That Section Sixteen ((10) of said Article !- of the Stato of Florida
to be numbered Section 43: of saidArtlcio Three (3) shall be. amended BO as to For County Judge. -
V, be and the same Is hereby read us follows: For Sherltl. e than ever before. ('t te
agreed/ to and shall be submitted to the Section 10. Each law electors of the State at the general elec- by the Legislature or by the people For Prosecuting AttorneFor '." ..
tion to be held on the first Tuesday alter under the Initiative, shall embrace but County Assessor. of Taxes. & Be sure you see us before buying wire Ei') -
For Tax Collector.For
the Hrst Monday In November, A. I). 1913, one subject and matter connect\ S
for ratification or rejection, to-wlt I : therewith, which subject shall bo County Treasurer '
Sec. 42. There shall be another Judgeof briefly expressed\ In the title, and no law For)ntltru County Llon.l Superintendent. of Public 0 elsewhere. It means money saved.
shall be amendud revised to Its title
the Circuit Court of Duval County In
addition to tile Circuit Judge of the circuit only; but In such caw the act, as revised, For or County Five County:Surveyor.: CnmmltHloners.! e'
section! As amended, shall be reenacted -
In which said lit situated. or
county For Three Members of the County Board
Such additional Circuit Judge shall be and ..published at length of Public Instruction I Hdw. Co. 0
appointed by the Governor and conHrm- That Section Seventeen:! (17)) of said Article -, For Justice of the IYaro In and for tho Chipley )
by the Senate: and shall hold office for Throo (3) shall .amended, so as to following Justice J District, vII
she (t l)years and shall receive the same read as follows No. No. No. No. No. No. 9
salary and allowance for expenses as other Section 17. Rvery bill Gassed by the 1. 0 11 10 21 20
......... G..... ... .
Circuit Judges, but the same shall be Legislature shall be read by Its title on 2 7 12 17 83
paid by the County of Duval out of the Its first reading In either House, unless 3 8 13 18 23 .. .. --,
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general revenue of said county He shall one-third of thomembnis present desire 4 9' 14 10 24
have all the powers and perform all the It read by sections. Every bill shall -be 5 10 1120 25
duties that are or may be provided, or read on three several days, unless two- For Constable In and for the following Orion Lodge, No. 40, A. G. McQuagge, ; --
prescribed by the Constitution or by thirds of the members present when such Justice Districts, vl;:.
Statute for Circuit Judges, and all statutes bill may be pl"ndllllsball deem It expedient Mo.' No. No. No No. No, F. A. M. Public
concerning Circuit Judges shall ap to dispense with this rule Every 1 0 11 16 21 2U( Notary
Pies him The distribution of the bus bill shall be read bv Its sections on Its 2 7 13 17 22 Regular Communications:. Second
of the Circuit Court of Duval Count ,second reading and on Its final. passage, 3 H 13 18 23 Saturday and Fourth Frldy night in I State at Large.
between the two Circuit Judges and unless on Its second reading .two-thirds 4 9 It 19 24 each month.
the allotment assignment of matters of the members present In the House 6 10 15 20 33: Visiting Urethern cordially Invited.W. IRA A. HUTCHISON "
and cases to be beard, ordered, ;
whore such bill may bo pending thai)
decldedl In Whereof. I have hereunto -
Testimony L, W.
tried, decreed or adJ be controlled deem It expedient to dispense- with this TAYt-OR M.
or mad when necessary by the rule. The vote on the final passage of set my band I and aOIxed W. W, JONES; Sec Attorney at Law. ",.-l::
the tlreut Seal I of the State
Judge of said'Court who shall have the
bill or joint resolution shall be taken '
every Seal. Florida 1'allehsssee I Office at Kla.
( ) of ul Vernon
older cu-nmiselon. In force at the time.
by and nays, to be entered on tile
yeas the Capital\ this the twenty' Good intentions are weak .
Such additional Circuit Judpe shall reside -
Journal of each House; Provided, Ttitt
In Duval County. any general/: revision of the entire laws fourth 1913. day of Annual. A. D things that often take the place Will practice in Circuit Courts of

embodied In any bill shall not be required + U. CLAY CBVFOUI, needed for real action. Florida and t Federal Court
A JOINT RESOLUTION: Proposing an to be raall- by sections upon lu. healpassage of !Stato.
Amendment to Article 12 of the Constitution and Its reartluir may be wholly Secretary .- .
To C. O. Al.LRNSheriff \\U8hInytoii Co.Barber -- ---- -- -- -- -- p
of the State: of Florida, Relative dispensed with by a two-thirds vote. A
to Education, toljo Known as Section majority of the members present In each -- --- ---[
17 of Said Article; Providing for the Issuance louse .lIalLbe necessary to pass every .
of Bonds by Special: Tax School bill or joint resolution. All bills or Joint 1- NBW
Districts, for the Kxclusive: Use of Pub- resolutions so passed shall be slgnod by .
liB Freo Icb:! ols 'WIthin Such School the presidium officer of the respective wwW, Pensacola
District., and Authorizing the Levy of a lloutms and hy the Secretary: of the Senate Intern State.I
Tax to Create n Sinking Fund for the and the Clerk of the Uousaof Repre .
Pay:::rot of the Interest and Redemption sentatives.
of Such: Bonds.i Shop.

Be It resolved by the Legislature of the The votes cast in conipliance.wlth said .
I State of Florida;; and the canvass ----ttmd..lrlfslr,. td....j t
declarations I Pensacola | PAIR |[ florida'l
That the following amendment to Article and returns thereof, shall :
13 of the Constitution of the State bo subjected to the same regulations and T. II. CAI.LAHAN. Propr.I .
of Florida, to be known as Section 17 of restrictions as are \provided by law forrc..n..al
Said Article be, and the same Is hereby elections In' the State: of Florida.IN have just opened a bdrber; f
agreed to, and shall bo submitted to the TKSTIMONr WIIKRKpF: I have
electors of the State at the next general hereunto set my hand and alllx- shop in the DekleoTd building October 28th to November 2nd, 1912.
election of Kvprcsentutlves.! to be hold In (Seal) ed the .real Seal of the Stale of .
the year A. l>. 11)13, for ratification(I or re- Florida, at Tallahsisie. the ,corner west of First Nat Dank, h
jection. Capitol this the twllnty.DeLlil of CONDl'CTKD FOR-THE PURPOSE OF INSTRUCTION
and will share
Se 11. The Legislature may provide day of July. A. D. 19l3j I appreciate a IN AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT,
II. CLAY CRAWF'ORD.Secretary barbering trade. I _
fur Spieiul'1'ux\ School Districts, to Issuti your guarantee
of State. .
school bond. for within the exclusive any such use of Special public Tax free To C. if._ Allen. Sheriff_ Washington lat.P t tI tu give yolt.satisfactionShove r ..

School: District electors, when ever thereof a majority who of Oc. Mammoth Exhibition ,of W. Florida Products.Six .
the qualified are ,
freeholders! ,-shall vote In favor of the issuance I Hair Cut 2ec. _
of such bonds. I Days of Instruction and Pleasure, -,

Whenever any such Sued at Tax :School: .
District has voted In favor of the Issue An Exposition the Resources ot'WCII.t Florida showing the,' ;

ance live mills of such on the bonds dollar, a tax In not anyone to exceed year Excursion Fares From I R.; F. SCARLETT, growth and development of Agriculture In West Florida and its_ unlimited -

on the taxable prounrty within the district I., possibilities. .
voting for the Issue of bands shall
be levied In accordance with law providing CHIplcy, Pia. Notary Public. Held In'the CITY OF PEN8ACOLA; the Deep Water Port of.4he Gulf ,

/: for the levying of,, taxes, to become a -TO- Exhibits of Agriculture Live. Stock, Poultry, etc., from every'County
the and
fund for the payment of Interest
redemption such bonds. Real Estate Handled. in West Florida and South Alabama. University of Florida
Fla. and Return $10.35 .
: Collections a specialty. Agriculture Exhibit.
Proposing Amendments to -lectloD: One Account Southern Medical Association, r
((1)I ; tllxtt'PI\.U' and Seventeen: (17)) of Dates of nalo. NovMnher U, 10& 11. 1913. Office In First National Bank. Exhibits returned free when accompanied by -a. certificate from
Article Three (3) of the Constitution of !Upturn limit Nov. 18. 1913 with prlvl- General Manage: showing article on exhibition. .
the State of Florida Relating to Legls- egn of extension to Dec. 15 1012. upon djo *!-
..,,e Authority of the State of Florida ..lt ot ticket and fee of ft, THB"ORI3ATBHT-'AOR.CULTURA E2XMII11T. .
ltl 19myntof A "V. VVLLI: :: S I
Belt Resolved by the Legislature of the on or before Nov. ,. FLORIDA* HAH EVER HEKfN..
State of Florida:
That the following Amendments to Louisville Ky._ ana Return$23.85'Account Attorney and Counsellor at law :

Suction One ((1)), Section Sixteen ((16) and Southern Educational Association. AGRICULTURE.LIVE .
Section Seventeen ((17) as amended,of Article Dates of sails, November SO and Etonfay, Fla. STOCK. I ,
Three ((3)) of the-Constitution the !7 1913. Return limit. Per. 3, 1913 25Pieco25Piccc
Office i in Lindsay Builtinc.P""Prompt ] .
State. of Florida bo. and they are hereby POULTRY.APICULTURE., ,
agreed to, and shall be proposed and submitted -. ---'0.v ,
Columbia S. C. and Return $13.55
; to the electors this State for .
approval rejection at the next general Account Fifth National Corn Exposition < personal service WORK. Brass Band

ejection hereafter, that Is to say> Gates of gala January 20, 23, 3A:., 27, 31 to clients., WOMAN'S -
Section One (1) of said Article Three Feby. 3, S & 7, 1013. Return limit, Keby.! FINE ARTS ,
(3)shall bn amended so as to road as follows 12. 1 13.with prlvlll'lloof extension to A "I .
: April 13 1\ 13. upon deposit of ticket and MACHINERY.MANUFACTURES..
payment of*1 on or t.ororl1.'eby.. 12.J'913. I. O. O. P. JNOTICE.
'Section 1, ((1) The Legislative/: authority .
of this State shall be vested in ... Legislature J. D. NEPPER, Ticket AgentJ. Until further notice .
consisting of a Senate! and a W. LURTON, D. P. A. ':::.: Loct No.56 .
house or Representatives, and shall be _)Chipley ),e Harness Rac4ai ,
designated .THR: LKOIRLATURE or THE ---. I. O.; O.'F,, will meet at 7:00: p. m. .

!STATIC or N'LOHIOA, but the people re- DR R. E. TILLER. each Monday evening1. JVlotoi-cycIo RoceH-
sorvu-to themselves power to propose
lawn and amendments' to the Constitution By order ofl' the Lodge.E HORSE SHOW-.I
ot the State, and to enact or reject DENTAL SURGEON, JRATCUI"Ff;, N. G. !
such laws and amendments the polls i Some of the best horses of the country will be shown' among'"tlicmj

Independent of the Legislature, and also Chipley Florida S. JUDSON, Secv. John A. the champion harness stallion of 19d7, who will endeavor "to.

reserve at their own.option the power to lower the track record. .--, .
act -
'the -
or reject at polls any
approve Item, or section of any act, or resolution, Office our First Nat'l Bank. Subscribe for The Banner. SAt.OEtmTlAL $
Fare : .
Reduced Railroad Rates. One Plus 25c.
of the Legislature; ________ _. __u ----;- ---- -- -- '
(2) The first pOWfrrellllJVed'! by the ADMISSION '. **""* ILJU<|1 l
IercnnNithe I f I legal and twenty (SO) UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. Flrida State- College' For Women : ,
the voter. shall have
|the right to proposo any legislative GAINESVILLE TALLAHASSEECvtlrgenf Admission, Day,!+ Adults. ._, .SOC NIght, Adults.. :.. ..: ,1 . .' .2.Sc.

l measure, and twenty-five ((25) per cenlnm A Superior But Inexpensive Institution for Art. and OclenCK Normal Reboot.Sclml Children under 12.. . . .26c: Children under f2,. .,.. . :. ,.. ISc
shall have the right to propose amendments Florida Younr Men. Manic..School of Art. Hchool of ExpmInn I' 1
to the Constitution by petition ,Hchonl ul UnmcrKcnnomlca. One Grand Gorgeous SpectacularMIDWAY. ,
agricultural\ experiment stationstJnlTemltr throughout. Tuition .
and every such petitlon'shall Include the Four colleges First dale equipment
full text of the measure1' proposed; SO per"" cent.increase In_attendance... and axjlirttnta. (setcatalogueaddreaa free..dM_Other' expeium *crr "'w. For I Information .' + / '. I K *

P (3) The second power reserved U theReferendum *
bulA.lA MUPII Presideal.; IB! WAI D CONBADI.PruldtK
and It may: bit ordered, except E SOMETHING. DOING EVE); Y MINUTE.TIIRILLING *
as to laws necessary fur the mmedl";
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ate preservation of pUblic: peace, health FREE ATTRACTIONS .
and aafpty.elther.h, petition' signed by Nurseries. "
twenty (20)per centum of the legal voters ,Salbar-a cordial Invitation to everyone all will, be welcooie. Urcmium

or hy: the Legislature; ... Lists, Entry Blanks hnd any Information1 d .ircd will be- gladly furnished -

hereinbefore(4) The percentage of legal voters Satsuma Orange, Grape Fruit, Pecan upon request. ftk... ," ", J
stated shall be based ,
the total number vote can at the last All Other Fruit Ornamental and, Shade Trees. T., E. \Vel1n,. President N. J. Ullloicl;,-S a(
general) election for the State ofllcer receiving OrvlcF,. Sort Btopnt Bldg1' t4Y -
the. highest nnmber of votes east Writ for Illustrated Catalogue and Prices. '
at such election r I OllfcePhone.928. r? Fair Ground* :P"or<<;.J$ 6.h1mh1mhhh1 .INoti

Petitions submitted' under the Ala
Mobllef J. E. Cailey,+Agent.
power of the Initiative ball.be known a* I ,Pnooe-Bell 3227. f fb

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;: .n. Personal. IT Vernon T. J. Tuesday Lawrence enroute was up to Lake from ]I I- Town Topics.Are IT I ,. .. '.".', M' 'I "

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:,,. City to attend the Confederate' MOST" : ':A. : : ., .,.."'
.' .. Veterans reunion.
> Schedule of you a booster? Then get ..' .'
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Reattroead.u Misses Kate and-Lottie Alford busy. 1- I, IIt
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-*' Effectlva March 'Il. J*I2. who are attending Palmer Collegat For two presidential candidates -: ANY .. ,,' ..' '.,, i'."... Vol.oo. X
DeFuniak, came home and : 'i, '. ."
Trail No. 1 TralnNo.( :* .'
the first frost will be felt
r'' Going Boutb.Station CJolnjc North.L.T. spent Saturday and Sunday.W. 'BANK ;::.. .. J ..
11:00 a.m. Chipley 6:00 p.m. Ar. November 5th.Manufacturing. '
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Wftusau 4:27
11:83 a.m. p.m. "
i L Busbee Atlanta ,,,
:. n 11:08: p.m. Greenbead 4:00 p.m. was industries are 1
1$::00 p.m. Riverside 8:54 p.m.II visitor here Monday enroute to ..
". 18:48 p.M.: VIclmburK 8:13 p.m. the magnet that would draw \I', ,, ," "
I i; Ar. 1:00: p.m. Southport 3:00: p.m. Lv. his home from a week's sojournat I d
a. different things our way. Can handle '. yptir business after a fashion,' when'times *.
,, points on the. bay. "
There are plenty of opportunities : '' f *- -, f
I W..H. Fuller of Vernon was .
in town Friday. O. R. Smith was up from Wau for investors in Chipley. are: good-and money' easy. When times $WAN?
eau and spent Tuesday here. He:, Come see for yourself. Y YI

Judge Crocker was up frpm called at the Banner office.and are hard and money tight- you feell the w ...:,
/ The Jackson county fair herd < ,:! I
Vernon Saturday. left a samoleon on subscription. '
at Marianna, is in progregress.and need of a business cohnectton with a > .x> '
,!,. E. N:-Everitt Sr. was in town Dr. F. C. Wilson spent several i it is said the exhibits are really ., .* ... .. 1

on, business\ Friday.. days last week at Selma Ala., at- wonderful. Reliable Bank ; f
and 1
Wyatt Parish was transacting tendinding the reunion of the -i Big. Strong :' .......': .,'.
Alabama Confederate Veterans. After Saturday, Oct.26th and .':, C ,.
business in town Friday '
I until further notice, the ChipleyGin Do your banking business and make! :your credit. ..,. ...! .
r '- ,. : P. L. Horne was in town a few Charlie Setterlind, the popular will be run only on Thurs- -; i,

i hours Saturday morning. managerof the Oaks Hotel at St. day,.. Friday and Saturday of each good with the strongest Bank in "

O'; : Andrew, was inthe city a day or week. J, ,;

A. Sessdms was over from two last. week mingling. with ; Washington County. .,'..' ':. ,: -
Bonifay and spent Friday. friends. S The Bethel. Baotist Association ,', .
'.. C. R. Walker of Columbus Ga. 1 .convened with the Baptist .. i ,
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: Walt near Bonifay, was church at Cot ton dale yesterday. per
in the city Wednesday. I
y wan here on'business Tuesday, and a A most interesting session is The First National Bank ..

F. B. Callaway spent a day or pleasant caller at the Banner* of- being held. .. '. r

two at bay points last week.A. fice; he had bis subscription. setup of Chipley.] ,, r
a notch. The Standard Oil Co. has been
M. Simmons was over from -*
making another r donation-either -
5 Marianna on business Friday. Attorney W. W. Trammell of .. .,.-' .*v -
politically or otherwise price of .. ". PUon
,} : McK. A. D. Campbell was over Pensacola, was in-.the city Friday gasoline has been raised another ....N..e..a,..1..1.e.N..e..e..t..e"MN. -
t. .< from Marianna Saturday night. shaking bands with friends. t: -.'
.' ... half cent agalon., .. ":
lIe was enroute to Vernon to 1;
'f<:;:: Dr. J. R. Farrior was called to i All kind of Feed atWilliams Land For Sale. J
: represent a client .1 befour the The man who insists that the I .. ,,. ';'
ty Southport to see patient Sun-
; county court. peopleown the country' finds out & 80 acres, 6 milles south of Chip-i '.<; <,

t':,,.,.. day. Mrs., Henry Farrior Farrior' ,be is mistaken when he has to Fresh Garden Seed .at Camp- ley on Orange Hill; 35 acres'un- .';.

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..r.:; 'wife were shopping in town Fri- Sunday afternoon and carried to wiregrass beef. B. Blake & Co. have somethingof fruit; remainder in timber. f. ,. '

.,: day. the home of her mother, Mrs. T. Did you fail to register? Or are special interest to the ladies to $10 per' acre.v ..''SI!I ,, PhoiBoat

Uncle Alex'Mathias was circulating E. Langston. She is quite ill you a full-fledged American citizen offer; step in see what it is. 40 acres, 3 miles; east of Fountain ,'-*.* i*

.among friends here Mon with malarial fever. ; 3. acres cleared and small :
A qualified to vote for Wood- Absolutely fresh groceries and I
day. row Wilson, representative of quick delivery'is what you get house. $300.. ',. .,j *' !

,'. W. L. Sessoms was over' from C. W., McAlilh, representingthe the great common people.. from Williams & Helton. Reason for selling: I am" going" . .,:',:.' The El
S Times-Union South. Address > -
4w Boniiay and spent Monday here was.in Jacksonville the city a day or two last, A series of protracted services There are some \remendous A.. PO' FENNEL ..-; -". ;;";1 ; have ma]

.,+ on business. week, and be told. The Banner Commenced at the Methodist bargains an that lOc counter at Lynn Haven- Fla. .... Tiller ,&

.. E. A. Folmer Sandusky, 0., that bis particular misstop was church Sunday. The attendanceat Campbell & Dekle Co's. .. boat in co

!' was a prospecting visitor here to make a proposition to the these services is good and considerable When you wear shoes that Williams Farm For Sale. .- t' traj

". ; first of. ,the week. Board 'of Trade- to furnish him interest ip shown. & Helton sell you are guaranteed :- Forty acre farm, good build coif ba

;., J..J. Barrow and wife of the with the data and his paper would As a result of the county court satisfaction. ings, 7 miles southwest of Chip- "

Sexton section were in town give Chipley and Washington last week the fine "and forfeiturewas It you want to see' a wonder ley, near hard road, for sale at 8

trading. Tuesday.. county a two-page write-up free considerably enlarged and stop in and see that 5c dry goods reasonable price. For particu .'

Geo. Woddell of Waycross of charge. .. the gang on the hard 'road was counter at Campbell & Dekle Co lars address, BANNER, Cbipley, Ve,

Ga. looked business augmented several ..,
after matterr by numbers. .- fl
Every Democrat should I. '
""> ArriveGoing
here Tuesday. Farm For Sale. -
the names' of the, democraticpresidential Remember, the Inter-State i. are the very best'made: for chil ::'"r.!: :!

Attorney J. R. Wells of Panama electors ; be familiar Fair commences at Pensacolanext dren. Get them from Williams E'ighty acres of land, 40; acres;,' ?... .,::4, in.waiting

City, was circulating among with them when you go into the Monday, and it'will last till & Helton. in cultivation; 6 miles southwest.,/. .'..:....'-" there will!
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friends here Friday. both to vote on November 5th. Saturday night. It is the big- Drop in and see how well'our of Chipley, on bard road'good 10

,. .Lf'," k Rev. Syfrett of the Whiteoak They will be scattered alphabetically gest thing: ever attempted in bargain counter is 'filled; you will bu'ldingSr' barn etc. For partic. .'t > I

,: section left Friday for an ex-. among the names of candi- Florida surely want something on it., ulars address BANNER, Chipley., '. ,. \ D//
tended trip in South Florida. dates of all'other parties. Missses Richardson; .. '.
Let the is
T" person who contmu- ....'
Mrs._ -Annie---.- -Jack'--- of-- Tampa.r all Yin -finirlincr--........ flaws in.'.. others: look. I 'Tee.shoe that urlll..... .lao-,..+. .9. lon g. The Cbipley Hardware Co. is r; Wall t.'.eta" :
came in Sunday afternoon on a Boost the school and visit it ot- his own mirror occasionallyand time,and is comfortable the headquarters, for IIard are.: ':'.. office thef

visit.. to her mother,,. Mrs. S. E. ten and by your presence show he will probably find plentyto shoe you want to buy.. That's Get your fresh meats' from :, : .. uary 191examinatl
that cater to its upbuilding, .
/ Collier. you ,keep him busy without nagging the: kind of shoes we sell. T.; L, Wells &'Sharron. We sell it for ,
The teachers and pupils will be "I '
Dr. R. E. Tiller and wife left other'people. Wells & Bro. cash. ;
glad to see you and they will be: <.

Wednesday for Montgomery able to do better work jf assuredof s; ,,,,

Ala.,-whey,they will. spend sever- your co-operation and well- .. t4l"dJ .
al days. wishes; 4' y* 1

Rev B. Butch of Millville was I \Ii

the guest ot friends here Thursday The fall term of the circuit $'

and a pleasant caller at the court which was to have convened \ i

Banner office. Monday, November 4th has ., iti,
been postponed to Wednesday, ... r"-
J. M. Farrior is up from his November 6th on account of the : i i

homestead in the Porter Pond election-which takes place on 'i, '

aectioh mingling with' friends Tuesday, Nov. 5th. I lerial ".' dj'1 \

here this week. .. .

.,.. Mrs. Berta Blake was called tow After Saturday, Oct,26th, and \'$1lh
until further notice, the Chiplhy Every lot ..
Pensacola Tuesday morning the .
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Gin will only be run Thursday of material for .
specialist decided that the eye of '
Studebaker wagons' \
Friday and Saturday of each = -
her little Milton which .
son, was :
week. Those having cotton' to = must pass the rigid '
injured some days ago would be ginned will be governed ac- ( I searching test of the !
have to be removed. cordingly. \ ,
J laboratories... a.t : .
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Free! Physical and chemical tests discover 'h"' .

phophone inferior paint, varnish iron steel end i ,

wood. Materialnotuptoahighstandardneveibecomesapartof

a Studebaker wagon.II trJJ
Not a Piano, not an Automobile, ,

But a Graphophone Free by the : "'tua- ten ;you more \,

I about the StudebaKer-tfetr ,Iifi
Furniture Company. '
Chipley acquainted with the' \

Ticket given with each Cash Purchase Studebaker construction ,

'. of $1 I, or with every V before. you buy any wagon.f _

$1 paid on account. :.:.

'Call at Sfrtore tor F>artlcvalara.> ?.::. f Dunn-CoIBmanCUmp.anyC FU.: Wi1i
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-<. Be,sure to get your Ticket. \Ai-
.-. A. G. McQUAGGE. General Manager.

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