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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: April 4, 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).
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Succeeded by: Washington County news (Chipley, Fla.)

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EVAPORATED APPLES, ED RAINS ,
EVAPORATED PEACHES, in FLORA ELOUR, The Highest
( Bulk, Cheaper than Packages. Grade.! _
EASTER CANDIES, New Stock. DEL PICKELS. ,
PURE SPICES and EXTRACTS. CREAMERY''BUTTER,'
I, FRESH CURRANTS, .And SEEDFULL CREAM CHEESEW ,:-, .: B. Blake & Co. .,1,

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Ladies ,Easter A ., ...A.VEERS,
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Fittings i i i Bonifay, Fla.

Foremost among the.. fit- Company Coming Stay Over Easter Office in-0-Lindsey Building.

tings required by Milady ....- iil'A Prompt, personal. serviceto
will be Parasols and to clients.
this end we offer. :what we '
believe to be the, largestand >> Then you surely want'a new
most select assort- brass or enambled bed a pretty NEW
in ment this of section.stylish patterns y dressing case or a couple of nice ....--..
chairs for spare room Come here '.
This showing consists.* t and them. We have sort offurniture
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terns (in plain, fancy and you can want for any Sho'p.
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band embroidered tops'in room and of a character' and style ------..----.,.,.
.e many colors and large above criticism. Furnish your guest
xarietv of handles in the chamber from here and your company T. H. CALLAHAN Propr.

present,vogue s will go home with a ,glowing
/ rrrt I have just opened a barber
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suit your fany-25c to l ry i tale of what. a ;fine home you have. a ,shop in the Dekle old building,on
$2.50. corner west of First Nat. Bank,
Campbell & Dekle Co Chipley Furniture Company. and will appreciate a share of
your barbering trade. I guarantee ,
--- Railroad'Street, Chipley, Fla. to give you satisfaction I
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Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 m.and
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Money Orders blued at all hours when
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i.. Governor-Alber W. Gllchrlst. .4

tt,. Secretary'of State-H. Clay Crawford. ". EI 1 .Third District.
\,t'w' Attorney General- Park Trammell. .......................... Candidate for Congress. '.)

Com Aurlculture-B. E. McLIn. -

"; Treasurer-Wm V. Knott., LIVES WITH BROKEN NECK. I,j THACKERAY'S CARELESSNESS.I ., ',;.': <..--
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: Public Instf uctlon- W.M Bollo- I '- V::r: <
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a...._ way.ComptrollerA.. some'man two months ago in ( Sparrow's 1 The high value set upon the Yote for: Mays, for' Congress.He '-.-'* ,:

t':.' 0. Croom. Point, Md., was brought back to his I Thackeray manuscripts now, onex"' :- '. -' .'.. .. .. ..,':.... ,{l-
Hhackleford, hibition at the Charterhouse >P
Supreme Court-Tbos. M. :: t rAnt "
home. In Gloucester 'City N. J, the always votes for'us; >,.v :; .<
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(.' Chief Justice: M. II. Mabrv. Cler.r.RallroadCommissfoqR. \ trasts with the carelessness with : ,-' ., ... ....\, '" 1.'I!;' tJ. \
other day, '"t4.his head ,and .neck / .- ". .' ... rHesees
1-' Hudson Burr, which the great novelist himself r' :' ; .. .,
.w Chairman 1 ;'R. C. Dunn, Clerk. in a plaster cast, The man is able i sometimes treated his .."copy.", A as we'see.'i;/. '. ... r -. ,.\I.'...'\J:; '. no'.. .,... ,t'.
to sit states that in a short ; : : t
clrcultr-J. EmmettWolfetPensacola. upland I
Judge first judicial ..
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great deal of "Philip" was writtenat \ : .. '
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He feels :
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State Solicitor Urit Judicial circuitC.L. usual. When he was taken to the as -- .. "< "" ;.
when Jie had completed the manuscript 'tt. -" :
Wilson. after the acci. -S 5 ', 1..... ..
hospital immediately ,. "" .. 't
of a number :for the. printer, '1'"' '
-- dent it was not expected that he he.is of :. : < .;/
Thackeray laid it down in the, cloak Truly one us. ::. ) :
! U. S.'LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS. would live 24 hours.. The doctors, '. ':.. J '
t t", II. S.Chubb, Register, Gainesville.Fla. however, gave him special attention, room and forgot it.. That evening a :. ( '
arrived his' house for > ,
;. Shields:: Warren Receiver. Gainesville. and to their amazement he has con messenger at W. H.MiLTOi- M. L. DEKKE V.!: M, OOf bON. : ',
i'-<' -' the copy, but Thackeray was dining President! Vlce-Presldeut Cashier). L:-.t;:T; "
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'' the club i in desperate anxiety, and First National Bank.: :, '
Circuit VierkW.C.LockeyVernon.County ; <
"NOT THE DRY KIND. ;: :
. Judge--I. A. Hutchison Vernon. after an exciting search,: the manu .: < ,

Sheriff-C. G. Allen, Chlpley, -; 'MARIANNA FJLA."V": ..i .. ';'"
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Treasurer:II., BTllier, ,, Vernon. felt may be so, says the good old I dust- '.;, ; '
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with the fan "but I d6n't .
i" Tax AessssorL! William, Chipley. lady big '"
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swept by a housemaid. Capital I,'.$50,000.00. v :
Tax Collector-W. B. Gainer; Kconnna.Snpt. : see how it can ever be. :,:/ht'-- ,

i!\- Waonau.. Public Inltrnet.lo*' *-'B.J?! Gainer" ", 'What is it?" asks the. slender When you have rheumatism In cur footor Solicits Accounts, at Banks, Corporations. Firms ana Individuals." . -_- -,.;:..,:ti: j.1.:

y'_ Supervisor of Registration, -Jr W, neighbor! Instep apply Cllmberl lo'.. Liniment and Our twenty years experience: : In the banking business enables. ue to offer... ;...,:--:.:-,::;:,'' ,
that the you the beat banking facilities of any bank in West F.orlda.. We alllOhave. ;8 /.",: ;t: f
Econitna.Count "My nephew says. reason will quick'refltt.. It coat hut a .
get .
Jo.,, Gainer, you fully equipped Savings Department in which we pay trterestondeposits. Accounts -...- ''!," ." ,
iolleltorA.. .. D. Carmichael, we feel BO exhausted these hot days quarter. Why suffer; For sale by All by mall handled a.a easily as by personal interview ...'." ": ;'it.,.titt: i4 ",
a'. : Chlpley. -- ts because of the humor in the at.tnosphero"Judge'a Dealers. Send us your bualneas. .' ,. .. .
,. Count Surveyor-Thou.Collins Cary. Caettler ....." ,:Wes; "
i",, : Library JFV M. GOLSON, .; ;! '
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I'.1.. T. Ulgbtower, Chairman, Vernon. The moot common cause. of Insomln. Is Good fortune has befallen the employee ; .
ttk: : A. C. Gilbert Chlpley.S. disorders ot the stomach. Chamberlain' of a wholesale boot and shoemaker UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. Florida State College For Women ,.:.; w-;? :
Stomach and Livler Tablets .correct these .
L. Davis, .Wausan. GAINESVILLE
in Paris. The manufacturer TALLAHASSEE ,
'; "J.,B-Porter Mlllvllle: disorders and enable you to deep, For ante. A Superior But Inexpensive Institution ,for ""College Art. and Science. Normal School.. .F", '::' .;, .. I
: is a self-made man and for j'
.t:+ 1). F, Guan Santa Roaa. by All Dealers. over Florida Young Men. School ol Munlc.School,( Art. School: of Kjtpra-. ",, ':. ,:... ..." '- :' ;
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? r' forty' years has worked harder' than Four station skin School of Home conomtca.: Y': ::
-.1Lr School Board: Universityeat.n.looy colleges agricultural. experiment .; First clam equipment throughout. Tuition :-:"'::T<. -.-:'
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". ',.., G.- B. Bush, Chairman,Orange Hill any of_his men. Today he .is a millionaire *. 80 per cent increase In attendance! last free. Other expense. very low. For. inlorm.tioaaddresa. :.:' i ,w::, ""
DODGING THE .
'I' NEIGHBORS.Husband year. Attractive.buildings and campim. Forcatalogueaddresu. : .a ;X' !
S. J. Gainer St. Andrew. but has neither wife nor ;
A.A.MU.POSEE.Praldest. tOWARD CONtADI 'nlid .'" ....\ )
:,: W, F. Buss Vernon.. children to share hia riches. Not .;. ,j
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" r---- he resolved to hand .
long ago over ; v.ti "j
CHIPLEY CITY: OFFICIALS.! the works to his employes, and under -

,t Marshal-Mayor--U. H.. M.Wells.Farrlor, his instructions the lawyer"1 drew Here's a Good' Slogan] for : y'L'

deed the
fie oierk and Treasurer-W. W. Cook. up a. transferring buildingand .L
Council-A. D..,Carmichael chairman, plant and stock to 50 of the

f C. B.Dunn,J. It. McGeachy. C. E. Tharp men .who had' helped him to make a Bigger and, Better Business. '. '
VV.O. Butler, Jr. o : ;'
his fortune: This is equivalent, to a :
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DON'T BLOCK THE WAY < ., ,
The donor, however, stipulates that for ,. : }
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Move as fast as the butr Take: the .
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the :factory shall remain in his hands f >rv- .%. procession* i- .-1 .:-- .t. ;;

and none of those' who benefit will pace of,the company you are .in or make way ..foe, ,the>'man ''' ,. !':;. .:,J.':"
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period.NIYETENNINlLSl1AP.E4t1ND .. : "r. .. :, 'j: i ?;;

Studs for the UpbuildJar.ofJ: .. ,. ; Don't'. 'stand. in'the" way of- '"'neW idc=as'. *Don't' pause' in the. .,: :: ,, f' .. .
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without S ( It jar, shock or disturbance. Is' the path of better system; Don't settle down ;on ',the:' ladder of- "'':'''::';;-T'

Chipley, aw u' speed ofo our ,earth through : -- "
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success. Don't. a barnacle. on the ship of progress : ',;: :
.wonder such of nature's ., .. .
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Waalilngtoti County,; .ps and w those who take Dr. King'sMew *> ;
Life Pills. No fcripinirV. no distress Chang -means proffress. "'Progress'means advancement :at:{ ;.
"' And --:There ia nothing" left; just thorough work Ibat brlnga'tood health .' .: .. '
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the wolf will soon be at.thedoor. n ml One Jl'8l1ng. 25o-8, E.'McOeaohv.6O ; $47.5
Advancement -
means movement. MbvElD6N'T .
Wife-I hope'he ,villknow '- YEARS .. ., <#$.<:%&.;

Subscription, $1 Per Year. enough to go to the back one.REPELS EXPERIENCE WAYI ". '--#..:...t''
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'. had only two years to live.- Tbls startling '

; Neat, .statement was made by, SlIHman" Green, TftADII: MARa CURTIS L. JONES : U C MIUTAEL ii.A
:Malachite, Col. "Tb"totd., ma .I. would DcslenMCoevm.aurr A
fi' 4y' Artistic die with It was to me to I
consumption. up .t.c. I Attorney at LAW
Public State at
. Anvotl Mndlnff .k4iihqufaklf and de.erl.tMa Notary large.
' try the best lung medicine loud 1 began to : Collection
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McvrtMln, our opinion fr'swh.th.r a Specialty -
Commercial Printing nee Dr. King's New Dlacoverr. U was tnvftnnnn l, prohnbly fmtentnMiv Conmnaal All business entrusted to '
f well did*tor today; ham working:and be-. tlnna"trlctly"onOdelltlaJ.fre..Oldettt. a MI"y fommnirtnaLPatenta.Fatanta HANDBOOK aa P..taeMIt lhlpgej; I Flu.
lien I owe my life to this treat; throat and notlo taken,without tBrouah chars.llunn,tat**On.noalraIqpMtai my care will have my prompt
lung cure that bas cheated the grave of ..
Banner another victim.Its folly to suffer with Scientific JllMrkal..A. attention,. tees 'reasonable. D J. JONES.P" ;
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coughs,colds or other throat and lung bandemnel7 nta"tfttfe4 w...'y. r.- : =
Can be found at Post Office .
I cnlatlon tit .n,folnntiao Innrnal. Turin ta.If a "
P roubles now. Take tbe cure that's safest I font roontb.SV Boltl brail, ti.W.rt .l.r.. "

Price 60 cents sod 100. Trial,bottle free i & COam"* ''New York Wausau Florida Attorne7A.taW': .i
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1"- BMZVI-BTT> WILSON. waterway system, such as is now contemplated in the Atlantic to W;, T. HORNE, 'I''
the Missippi inland Waterway System. '
Camdidate four County Superintendent

Good Roads. of Public Instruction.

'I favor goverment aid in building good roads if such aid can be ---- ,'
procured without the government assuming control of the roads so Principle .X1st. Advo ate. 1

built. The policing of government built roads should be left totbe .-That school position be ..
State through which they run, and this right of policing sbould. not awarded upon merit. '. .

'" .' be. relinquished. even for the benefit oi government. .
2nd.That the schools be

'\: Agricultural Experiment Stations and Farms, graded and competent teachersbe :

'I I favor the creation by the government in each congressional selected for the different t!

districtof agricultural experiment stations; also the creation in grades. ",
;, w each district of as'many experiment farms as can be procured. I .
"\ believe that the farmers compose.the backbone of the country; that 3rd,-That: the'rural schools. :

I p Vg without them we would have nothing to eat and nothing to wear. Believing be given longer terms better "'

A. this,,I would work diligently for every measure that wonld: trained and more .experienced, ::
benefit them and make their farms more productive. And all legis- teacher ; ."
i lation which has for its object the betterment of farming, methods I ,
4r would'earnestly work for' 4th.-That the l length, terms .

of schoools in. town and countrybe

S Organized Labor.. equal;-each.receiving an eq ual

/ I am a friend to organized labor. Capital organized and made appropriation trom the general. .

'. it} necessary for labor to organized labor in a large ,part is due, the fund. .
credit. of. procuring'most of the legislation we have, placing the man Stb.:=That when District' '
above the dollar,, and hating forjts object the protection of life ,and any "
, preservation the rights of manLiability be favored with longer terms,

Laws.. that it maintain. itself. by. subdistrict i '.:
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tarn in favor of such laws as ,will secure employes; ample tax. .
protection in dealing with the employer, and compensation in case 6th. That'all teaching shall be :

of injury. I also believe that laws should be passed requiring rail thorough and practical i in'n raining l -

road comoaqies to keep their machinery and equipment supplied our children for successful

r with ,appliances, including the best known and practical lives. ,
lighting apparatus for locomotive. engine and for use as switch I '
lights '. 7th.-That agricultural ,and

mechanical training be required .
Initiative, Referendum and Recall. I _
: Having theutmost confidence in the capacity{ of the whole,people in the public'schools.8th. '. "'"' .

IjJL to intelligently govern themselves, I favor what is known us the I, .-That we adopt a uniform

initiative and referendum. I Relieve that legislation giving to the I system of text-books, and that

people the power to initiate laws, 01 to approve or repudiate those the Board of Public Instruction

Candsdate for Congress' Third District. passed by the legislature, is one of the best means proposed of bringing I purchase and keep on,hand a sti f- -
public officials'to a consciousness. that they are servants of the people.
ficient supply of such, books and
'li ias j iEEEEEEEEt a Such a position does not,, destroy representative government! but restores ,
government,to the<< ,people. By the initative.. we ,mean the I they be furnished to patrons and .
His Position Important Public Questions. power in the people tC:1Dltate-sucb: laws as they think proper; and I children at actual cost of books;.

by referendum we mean'the' right in the people to have refered and the superintendent be made
3i9iiiifliEEEEEEEEth. them for their measures'whichimay! have I '
to approval or dissaproval Librarian. .

To the Democrats s of the, Third Congressional District: I I been passed '1 by the legislature or by congress.' The recall is a I 9th-That the extravigant
means of exercising a dirrect control over administrative officers I
fr I am a candidate for Congress from the Third Cougiessional District and would I believe, cause the officers administering the affairs of method ,of using money to obtain

and as Such candidate,believe thn.t'tt is my duty to state to the '' the people to realize! more that they are directly responsible to the 'I!: votes and the office; .be climated

voters my 'position on public questions with which the voters al'e' people, ;Tbese powers, that is'the initative, referendum and recall, from our Primary system.

concerned. I, may not often be exercised by the people, but they'should at least ,10th-That the campaign' be
I am not a candidate merely to satisfy a personal ambition but '
have the ri2'hNo call them into play when the necessity arises. free of mud eleventh-
offer myself for,your consideration because I am an'ardent believer itr j n slinging,

the policies of militant\ progressive democracy and ,desire to see the f Conclusion., hour.attacts, misrepresentations
principles of than kind of democracy tiiumph. It cannot serve the I I have tried in the above to state my position on some of the important and falsehoods, gotten out'by political -

people faithfully in advocating these principles, I would not desire to questions before the country ut this time.. There are many other 'enemies.i .

become your cuugiessman. If this statement is brief, it is necessarily questions which might .considered, but from what I have above I'I I stand for the ,above pryici-
Jbecause I am not a wealthy candidate and have only a limited stated, you will be, able to decide on which side you would find me on
amount of money to expend preparing and mailing literature. practically all questions that might arise for official action in a con ples.' ..

I am a Democrat by birth, piincipleand training, 'and: rest my gressman's; career. J .W..T. HORNE.

candidacy upon,the democratic platfor. :I would. emphasize certain I ask you to examine the platform of other candidates for this j I ., .. .. -
questions because in my sphere ot duty as congressman, If I am office. If they donot give you a platform and let you know how I District Registration Offcrrs.I .\
nominated and"elected, shall have to deal with these questions. they stand on, public questions, you'should demand it. Do not leapin
'*** Tariff and Trusts.: the dark when voting for public official. He is your servant I Following is a list of, District
and you have'a right to know what kind of political clothes he wears. Registration Officers appointedI
I believe that the time has passed, if it .ever existed, when we Do not'let him-satisfy you.by saying simply, that he is one of you
need in this country a tariff for protection. The-iesnlt of such a taiiffis by Mr. J. M. Simmons, county
J and eats like you eat, sleeps like you sleep and lives like you live. 'I
to create high prices for.the necessities of,,life by retal'dingBnd keep. This is to vague., I am one of you, too, but I have trid to endeavor registration officer. 4
!' ing out competition; and the building up and protecting of trusts and to do for,you if you elect me. Require that much of the'otbers.I I I The registration books were

combinations dealing I iU( the necessities life Tear down the tariff hope that you can support me with'your vote and influence. opened, in each precinct March
it wall and competition'will soon make, food and 'clothes and other I
: your : I USth .
Respectfully! and will remain open for
necessities C'heaper'l'hel"ef re, I favor a' tariff: for revenue only and Emmett: Wilson. .
.when it is necesHaiy to levy a tariff let it be placed upon the luxuries I', 'four weeks.. If you are not al.

of life and not the necessities. ready'registered, go and register,
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>, Income and Inheritance Taxes. I Report,of Board of Public Instruction of Washington County, Fla." "'at once.

For Month Ending January 31st., 1912. I l Dist. No. 1 J.. D. Nixon.
Under our economic system in this country vast.. tOl.tuneshave **
Date., No. War. To whom and for what paid. Amount. '. ,2 Z..D. Napier.
.been accumulated yielding swollen incomes beyond the necessity of Feb, 1. By cash on hand brought, down.-,.. ....> ... .. ., 13503 7Q "
any individual, and made,possible by a failure to regulate 'gig4 itic .11618 fc) W Lenedy and aat at Chipley. .. ... ....... ...113500,. .1 i t 3 Walter Penmgton
!business combinations and ti'usts. I favor an income tax. which will I ," 116t9 K I Matthews RSgts at Mlllvllle"... ..&. :. .. 805/ oo '. "_ 4 R. L. Gainer.
11620 Ethel Douglas teacher at Union 2 mo... ..... .. 70'00 .
send back to the public treasury a certain per cent of the income '11621\ Urady Bonn teacher at New Hope.. .. .... .....: .. 3000 ". 5 W. A. Emmons.
derived by individuals when that income has reached into the thou I 11622\ J Gainer teacboat Barnet Pond..... ... ,... MOO :" ..- ,6 W. M. .:Wilson.
'J 2 mo..O 70 00 .
xtb sands of dollars.() I do not believe in taking away all profit in Income, S 11624\ 1623akle Myrtle VVIIIford William teacber teaoberat at Sulphur Parker.Hpg'a...... ..4. .. .. 3000 ,.' "4 '" 7 J. T. BoVven.
but h certain per! cent: .should be levied as n tax when the inconie has .' /5 1625 Blanche Williams teach at New Orange .r. 35 00.I \ 8 J. E. Howard. .
x : /ft 1626 JRPum"breyandanLSoutbDort.. .... .... .. .. 31 oo ;. ;: M
'reached u in'easonable or enormous proportions. ,For similar leasons, I 11627 II L, levy teacher Oakle Rldee 10 da.. ..... .. 14O oo 9 T, B. Young.
believe III, and think that the, State should adopt, an inheritance tax I. .*' 11628\ Dot Robertson teacher at New Harmony .... .... '17 (I1 \() '.. 10 O. C. Parker. ,
h which should be. levied ,when vast; fortunes descend from an estate "' b', 1629 Ed Allen teacher 'at Holme Creek 16 ds.. ... .. .. 80 00, *' 11 G. W. Johnson.
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11630 Effle Charles; searcher at New Prospect 2 mo. 24 00 .. '
aggregating thousands of dollars to the representatives and heirs'of ". ft 1631: Esther Miller teacher at West Bay. .... ..., ... 7(1( (00 .- 12 J. M. Simmons.
that estate. 11632\ Lesslft Carmlchael teacher at Cowford...... .,... 3500S ,- 13 P. N. Hutchison. '
." 1633 H L Bowen teacher at JUlie Pond ,. .. .... .... -2100 .
Railroads Telegraphs and Telephones. 6 1634 Inez 0 Martin teacher at Midway .. .... .. . 3000( '. ., 14 T. B. D. Gainer.
S' 163A Mabel O Haymond and asst Lynn Haven....... .. 3500 ", 15 J. J. Cox.
The growth and power of the railroad companies of this country S 163ff Belle Ruusell teacber at Cyprena...... ... ... .... 7000 16 E. M. Newman.
;; 5 1637 Zena Willis teacher at Morfee ... ........,. .... 30 OOft
: to them under the of
:4 : made it necessary place supervision Interstate '.. 1638 Jessie Johns teacher at Pine Island 2 mo.... .... mmft 17 W. B. Gay, '
Commerce Commission in dealing with tfie question of railroad rateS'I .. 1639 ChrUtaln Lofatead teacheratHanta Rosa 3 mo... 150 00 18 J. J. Kronmiller.
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I believe that the and ft 1640 Minnie Anderson teacher at Woodland .. ,. .. BO 00 ;
and trauspoitntion questions. telegraph tele ft 1641 KM Douglass repairs at Douglass .............. 30 00 19 W. G. Ilinson. '
phone companies doing interstate business should also be placed under *. ft 164: Olive Mowry teacher at Welt San.a (osa.. .... 3000 .' 20 H. L>.- Bowen.
r the strict supervision oC: the Commerce Commission, giving people an ],I S 1643 Harold Mowry teacher at Pt Washington. .... 50 00 21 J. W. McKinnie.
S .... 37I/() .
Strickland teacher Pt
ft 1644Attle at Washington.
opportunity to appeal to the Commission for protection against. ex1orbitant I I .. 9 1649 M R Robinson leachnr at east Vernol. .... .... 110 OO :. A'\ '. "* 22 M. M.'Fraiser.: ,
rates, overcharges anti. inefficient service. "S 11&6 Maggie Hannah teacher. Handy Mount. .. .. 18 00 _' '. 23 D. H. Horne. -
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*" f 9 1047 C P Allen and assta teachers a.Cblpley... DO oo
a.: Express Companies.An ".' 1IM8 T J Roulhae teacher at Ht Joe.... .. .,F. ... 25 JO '" 24 W. R. Miller., ..
'4 ft 1649 Patience Eoulhae teacher at St Joe ... ..: .. 30 oo 25 Ai ,
An IJgatiun of ihe history of express companies will show 1.,11650\ .IennleDarllnllteachera&Red Head...... .. .. 30 noM ,.r Hogeboom.
... .... ... 26 James Yates
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ft 1651 Annie E Moore teacher McNeil 21)0'!
"that have made enormous and_ unreasonable profits by high rates .. '
: they 9 1653 1.\ Anderson teacher at Point Washington. .. 80 OO
which la an unjust tax; upon the people of the whole) country. I favor ft 1653 MtanloUardner teacher at Dasher's Still ... 3O 00- ".
.. ....... .... .... 35 OO .
01ItJ'oLhy the CommercgCummissioai and if they cannotbe S 1654 Eitner Miller 2nd mo West Hay : t :
their properly ""ft ,1059. B F Oalner salary at Superlotendent..100 Of) .1 I The' ;
i co n 1 1 o1 led and regulated, I then favor the complete taking over ft 1056 W f Ku.i perdlem and mlleaae-... .. ... .... 5 CO :
of the business. .' S 1657 U B Bush per diem and mlleaRa... .1,... .... ....... 6 8O I I
[by government express 9 1658 B F-Carter per diem and mileage.... .. .... ., 6 4O Great }Liver "r.-.. : S5a
Parcels Post. *S ft 1659 H II Tiller commlnslon a. Treasurer.. .... ...... 17 81_ ; ,
fl' 1660 Chipley Banner printing Report ...... ... .. .. ,'. 900
Intimately connected with the regulation, of express companies 9 1661 Southport Ltmber Co. Heater at 3turfee.. .. ..,. 4 00 > Remedy. ,
.. 1030 Y Wry
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9 1662 Chipley Hardware Co. Heater at Oakle RII1 e. ,
Els the question of parcels post. I favor a parcels post system. As the ,. 9 1663 Oeo. I) Barnard office supplies............ .. .. ., 2086 S
Jaw now :is, a package weighing only very limited amount can be sent 9 1664 0 II MeKlnzle rent of Hall Panama City. ,... 23 70 -
"r .1 ..... .. .. ,70 oo
9 1669 P Powell teacher at Sylvania a mo.
by' mail. The paiceN' system will relieve in a great measure the burdenof I S 1066 Rosa Gainer and asst Panama City.. ........ .... 10500 I f"J: ,
excessive express charge*. The small merchant.has nothing to fear .S 9 1067 / Andrews......... .. .... 24000f I ''" ..I
it will much to his a 1608 vEKocheteaaheratOak Hill ......... ... .... 3500 : ;
from,the parcels post system, as be as vantage as Feb.! 24 Amount W HOalner Poll) of 1011......... .... 33900 .
to the advantage of the large mail order .houses. And to the farmer ,. 24 Amount of'W BUalnerTaxof1911..p: ,... 1071731Mcb. I{
or,person living in.the country, it would be of great value..because 'if 1 lly Caen on hand to balance.,;. .-.... .....,..,,.2 4rnJ S6 .
could send letter to the merchanthe $5512 43 '5519 42 .
he wanted a small order filled he" a
with and the goods would be sent to him at Imall cost of .. 1 BT Cash brugbt down.. ...... ...:.. ........ ..... 2-IOIi 36
trades .. .. . ..... ..
1 warra J u ou tstand I rtg .. .. .. \Y.I9 ,.s time and money.. '. t AmouDtlnTrea.uretbl.date.. ............ .... .. 8.141,36 .....
'" Harbors and Waterways. We hereby certify certify to the foregoing as Join correct la rvery particular: t ,- G
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O.. B. ItUSU, ChaIrman.-
B. F. O. Bect'y aDd (::0..8upt. .. ,.. ., .
I favor theimprovementwof: our harbors and rivers, and to that Attest: Der ;';'c'" j ON SALE AT .

end would work for appropriations by Congress. The opening of "

waterway will cheapen the cost:of freight and passenger rates and If you want: Have it read have' it published Jn;the City Drug Store,

otherwise ,benefit the whole: people. I also favor .the1 building of ,

:canals,.connecting' rivera and harbors, and perfecting- inland i Chipley Banner: everybody 'reads it.. t. Chipley. FJa.; ...


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THE BANNER West Florida Advertised.by L. &: N. IIIII""'" _- --- -

West Elorida is being broughtto w

PUBU8UK1) KVJCRY: : THURSDAY. the attention of the public in

At Chipley, Vim. .
the north, east and west by a

WAL.TBR W. JON Editor most attractive booklet of 68 HAV'E YOU SEEN'TH'EM ?

which is being circulatedby i
Eat: red at UMI poctaffic* a& ChlpUy.Fla.. aa. pages :
-.s dM mall natter.SUBSCRIPTION. the L. & N. :Railroad Com-
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pany by'its general: immigration.
: BATES: '
oas T&IB..M.OO and industrial agent, G. A. :park r. r

SIX MONTHS,...SOTBBMB with headquarters at Louisville. The beautiful line of New Spring Shoes r

MOKTBS.85AdvartUlnc The booklet is devoted exclusively I
i we have for men,. wimen and children.

to West .Florida, .r
ratM fnratetod o>application.

especially to those counties be- For men we have the Edwin Clapp and ..

Communications on live topic. espe- tween the Alabama line and the ,
dally of local Interest, are solicited. Itt Hamilton-BrowntShoes in Buttons and Oxfords
-IB understood, however, that the pnbllsh- Apalachicola river through which '
in the latest and most
styles
of THB BAHNEBwill not be responsible : very .
lor opinions expressed by correspondents. the L. & N, runs. General descriptive ', comfortable lasts. -

article of the lands, '. ,
TTK BAHHIB wants a lire representative / '
and correspondent atever postoffice climate, crops which may be :" For. the ladies we hfive the prettiest
In the county, and will make liberal( arrangements "
with the rlgrt parties. grown with success take up several ", 'line of shoes ever"shown in Chipiey, in Buttons -

pages and then the countiesindividuallyare ., Oxfords and Pumps, in White Buckskin -
THURSDAY! April. -.. $9I.I. 'taken.up, all the I
White Canvass. Tan Gun Metal and
.-" information obtainable about the I
::: Patent. Leather
A lot of the people herebouts various points of interest and .'"

asking. "Who fQr President?" showing views of residences and. And for the Children we have the White

Underwood or Wilson.'teddy.'e growing crops are featured. \ Canvass Patent Leather and Vici Slippers.: "

'I> .. Chipley comes in for a good :
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wrath at being lickedin share of the- booklet, quite .a ': We can fit any foot with a comfortableand >

bis own state by Taft is some- number of the half tones shows .' a long-lasting shoe. No need to go fuN .

thing terrible to behold. to good advantage growing. crops iher but just stop in at our store and get

.. .. etc., hereabouts.! spring and Summer Shoes.Campbell -
,_ ycur
There is little doubt that
The House passed the rivers any -

and harbors bill arrying appro-' other advertising booklet ot. any O' : "

of kind has eyerbeel issued which : : & Dekle Company
priation to the amount $26,260, .
well will do so much good to bring ..l'ANNOUNCEMENTS.
000. Florida was pretty re-
hbmeseetcers to West Florida as
membered in it.

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circulating. The booklet is en- \
The last rejected
Senate Friday -
.... titled "Letters to the Louisville For Tax Assessor. For County Cowm l..Ion r Dint. No. 9 I I
the Sherwood dollar day I hereby announce myself a candidatefor To comply with a promise to friends 4
pension billl but adopted the and Nashville\ Railroad Company "Tax Assessor of Washington county that I would"go; Into the race tor County .
subject to the action of the DemocraticPrimaries Commissioner 1 '
From People Who.Formerly Political announcements under this now announce myself a Y
Smoot""bill. The amount now ; and solicit your support and candidate for that office for the !Second '
Lived North About West Florida bead will be ts for all county officers except Influence. If elected 1 shall endeavor to District, subject to the action of the-
paid for pensions will be raised County Commissioners and members conduct the affairs of the office with fair- .Democratic primaries. I promise If elected ;
million dollars. ,"and there are hundreds of of School Hoard which will betS.BOeach. ness and Justice. to all. faithful attention to business coming
about
twenty
DAVE D. .DAVIS. before the Board. I will appreciate
.. these letters testifying to the All 'announcem ntl must be.paid for In 'your vote and support.

superior climate and healthfulness advance.L. Yours vprJ'trul'J.'
.Por Tax: : Collector.I W. E. MORRIS
Robert L. Taylor, U. S. senator ,
of West Florida.. hereby announce myself a candidate i

from Tennessee-' iddling .. .. H. Howell for Representative for subject Tax to Collector the action of Washington of the Democrat.lcprimaries county .. 1 herewith announce my candidacy asCounty r
Bob to all the South.-died in 1 will : Commissioner from District No.2.
Col.. Goethals says the rstships' To the Voters Washington County: all times to discharge the affairs inrthe subject to tha actlou: of the Democratic
Washington Sunday, followingan 1 am a candidate for Representativefrom office with fairness to all. Primaries. If elected I shall endeavor to +R
will pass through the Panama this county In the Legislature of do my whole In the premises safe- "
operation for gall stones, the I thank you for all past favors, and solicit best
Canal in Auguest or September 1013, subject to the decision of the Demo support and Influence lit tbe gaurdlng an may the Interests of
schock of which be 'was' unable to : cratic primaries April 30 and May 28,11112. coming your primaries. I amYours '- the people of the entire county 1 will i
1913. i If elected I will Introduce and supporta truly.] appreciate your vote and support w
stand. bill providing for a division of Wash H B. TILLER.For 8. .W. BUSH: ;
a I Ington county followingtheselines: Commencing -
at the north west corner of Cal-
A Socialist tried in New In Memorial. houn county, thence running west thru Kuperlntoudent Public InstructionTo hereby announce my candidacy to sues
was the center of Township 2 north, Range 12 ceeed myself as County Commissioner j
York the other day for trampling Mrs. Martha Johns was born west to range; line between Ranges&13 the citizens of Washington county I from District No 2, subject to tbe actionof
and especially registered voters: After democratic primaries. If elected I
thence south along said range line to
upon an American flag, while in Washington County, Sept 15, to the Base Line; then west along said having carefully considered the duties of shall endeavor to zealously safeguard the, i..
Base Line to Plnelog creak thence down Connty Superintendent Public Instruction I interests of the taxpayers and all citizensas
1862. She married to E. J.
f' speaking. At the trial his lawyer was said creek to Cboctawhatcb.ee river. I and being solicited by. some of my in the past and earnestly solicit your 1

r said, "Hand me that rag!" Johns April.5th, 1888 and died i feel that the above plan will be perfectly strongest friends, I hereby announce myself vote and support. ,
for sub-1 .
satisfactory to all Interested In county a candidate the above office, A. GILBERT..
; The attorney escaped with an March 25; 1912. To them was division and eminently air and Just to Ject to the action of the Democratic prl- !
the whole of Washington county.I manes. and If elected promise faithful
1 apology to the court. born seven children: 'five girls will also favor a bill prohibiting the service and to conduct the business of I here declare myself a candidate for
.. and two boys. On the 7th, of employment of convicts In competition the office In such. way as to reflect credit County Commissioner for the Second
'; .r with free labor and providing for their on myself and my constituents. I will Commissioners District. Subjecting myself
," last October the death angel being employed the roads of the state. appreciate your votes and your trust Im tj the result of tbe primary elections,
The house of Representatives tl ?!1. .. effortsIn used In me. Thanking you In advance., and I solicit the vote and support of the
has bill to take the tariff came and took one of the daughters behalf of thecommon*-*people of oar I desire-to remain your servant. voters of our-district.n If you elect me I .
passed
"," a the'rest are still living I county striving to conserve their Inter I W. T. HORNE; I will give you the best service. It Is possible f I
from sugar and raise an equal ests and protect them against unjust and for me to render.
In her life she the ,. THARP.
early joined dlacrlmnatory legislation.
amount of revenue through an With the hope that the above brief out To the Democratic Voters of Washington' '.
Primitive Baptist churcb'and dine will meet with the approval of the County: .i
excise tax incomes over .
upon I hereby make mv announcement for For Member School! Board-Sn Dlat.
of I ask most
voters Washington county
five thousand dollars annually. lived a devout Christian life untill respectfully, for their support.L. the office of County Superintendent of I The friends of Mr.:O. B. Bush announce I
God saw fit to take her home. II. HOWELL.For Public Instruction for Washington County him to succeed himself aa Member of .
'? It may also pass the..Senate.It .. subject to the Democratic primaries.If School Board for District :No. 8. Mr.
Her body is gone, but .she is not nominated and elected will follow the Bush has served u. faithfully for many
b.z:. Sheria'': Constitution and the school laws of FlorIda years and we do not feel that hlsjrday; of
dead; she is living! in many livesin I hereby announce myself a candidate using every effort to work faithfully i u usefulness near past yet.
behoves the Democrats I to Washington county today and for Sheriff of Washington county,subjectto for the benefit of a better and broader 1 I HIt:! FRIENDS. f
sit tight, vote straight and watch the action of the Demacratlo Primaries r system In our public schools. I promiseall _,% .., '
l she will continue to live for long Thanking In advance for sup the ability possess towards conform.
your
you I hereby announce myself a candidatefor
I Ing to the rules and regulations of the
the elephant in his sublime at- ,
I' and ,
port Influence member of the Board of Public Instruction -
I years to come., Every one that Yams truly 'school board In Its lawful dnty. I enterthis
tempt to walk in both directions WILLIAMS. race free from any entanglement of Washington county from ;
\ knew her was grived to hear. : of her JOHN W. 'with any clique or faction. I expect to District No. 8, sujbect to the action of y
at once, constituting, as the late do my whole duty as director and educa the Democratic primaries. If you see fir.
death, but it come. She suffered to nominate and elect to I '
{ for tor. L. U CHARLES. me
candidacy
I hereby announce
P. T. Barnum would have billed my service
but short while and bore her. the Democratic nomination of Sheriff of place. J; promise you the best It la
a r
t: it, it's greatest show.on earth. I II Washlnffton connt). If nominated and I To the voters of Washington County:. possible for me to render. .
,... sickness patiently. We thank elected I promise to faithfully discharge, I herein announce myself a candidate I. Thanking, ; you Jn advance_ for your voteas ,
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'. .. .. all the duties toe office, especially so for re-election to the 'office of County well 'all your influence among your d
God for her beautiful ,life, and In the prompt execution and service of Superintendent of Public Instruction neighbors In my behalf, I am .
t.
In a discussion of the excise remember 'our.' sainted sister processes and writs, both criminal and subject to the action of the Democratic Tours truly,
civil. Issuing from the various. courts. of I primaries the work well In hand AMOS F. ROOKS.
t tax bill in the house Mr. Under- with love, and revernce; her per- the county. and If elected I promise In future as 1 .
wood is reported having said that I respectfully solicit the support of the have In the past to be faithful the discharge For Connty' Treasurer.
fect character all ;
combining the
voters In the Democratic Primaries .with pf every duty connected with said
""r the decission ot the supreme Christian virtues benevolenceand a conscientious derlre to discharge. If office. Respectfully 1 hereby "announce my 'candidacy for
elected every duty of the office with loyalty B. F. GAINER. the office ot Treasurer of Washington
r" ,' court against the constitutionality eharity towards all, her purity to your Interest.. county, subjecting myself to the action
Yours very truly, and result of the Democratic Primaries
i of the income tax law had increased and retiring modesty com- HEHRY! FARRIOR. For Clerk Circuit Court. to be held April 30th and May 88th. If

: the growth of socialism To the Voters Washington County i elected 1 promise the people of Washing
bined to make her life loving
a I am a candidate for the office of Clerk i ton-county an honest administration of
in the United States. example. To the people of Washington county' : of the Circuit Court; of Washington county the affairs of the office
I am a candidate for Iherlff. and earn In the Democrat e primaries, and respectfully Thanking you In advance for your vote
-,- May God'comfort the: beloved estly request your consideration In the solicit your votos and support. and Influence among your neighbors, I am
Democratic primaries. My Ipassure Is If you elect me to this Important place I Yours truly, j
HOW CHRONIC COUGHS family, and. cause them to_ feel my best! recomemlatlon, and you promise the people of the county the same JOSEPH n. PORTER. "
of a clean, able and fair administrationof fidelity to duty that I have given you in
in the departure ot their loved the duties of the office, without fear or the office I now hold.

Are Being Cured by, Vinci one heaven is nearer, an'd while favor, should you choose me as your Thanking 7ouInadvanceforyourvote.and For County Comnl"'lo*..r, DIM. No.' 3
chelf executive officers of the county. I Influence neighbors
your among your myself
I
New RaTeD Conn.-"I was troubled their hearts is sad, rely on Jesus shall make the race on my own. merits.I in my behalf, I am County hereby announce Commissioner from a candidatefor DistrictNo.
with a most persistent chronic cough.lor know nothing of political wire pulling Respectfully
3 the of the Demo-
subject to action
I who will comfort them in the sod I ask careful con-
a long time and bad tried so many earnestly your QAINER.To cratic primaries. X promise If elected
remedies and prescriptions without blessed comfort ot bis, grace. sideration to whom before you-will making support.Respectfully up. your mindas I Washington faithful and efficient attention to all bus
the Voters of _
County the
: loess comlngbefore HoardGFORGPIF
benefit that I was discouraged. I was P;'B. R. yours
11REITT I hereby announce myself -candidate GAINER,
persuaded by my friend to try VVnol. M. W. !: .
t .. for the office oi Clerk of theCfrcultCourt
After taking the second bottle; of Washington County Florida, subject To comply with a promise to friends

j.., my cough left me and I mUst say' I' Shirt, waists at B., Blake & Co's To the Voters: to the action of the Democratic Primariesto that I would go Into the race for county
never felt better In.'.my life. I can al-' I herewith announce my candidacy for be held on April 30th and. May -8th, commissioner, I now announce 'fllt. e.lf a '
the office of Sheriff of Washington county 1012. candidate for that office for the Third .
..i 10 recommend Vlnol, to any one In a Wedding bells will ring next subject the actIon of the Democratic 1 realize that any position a man may District, subject to..the action of the Dem-
,run-down condition as the beat possible primaries and I earnestly ask con- get by the vote of the people l" a sacred ocratlc primaries, and I promise If elected
remedy Sunday. Guess who it is. 1 I Klderatlon and support. And I lour elect trust. If you elect me an your Clerk, I faithful attention to all business com
'I me 1 promise to give you a fair and will give youhonest service and courteous ,, Ing before the Board. .1 will appreciateyour
It fa the combined action of the New line of dresses and skirtsat square administration of the office. treatment. vote and support. '_
medicinal elements 'of the coda liv Yours, trulyJOHN: Give me an opportunity to serve you Yours truly] .

,,x ," "'' .era. 'aided by the blood-making' and :B. Blake & Co's. : j I "IVBRITT. and business I will In be the on Clerk's hand whenever Office you.have w. b. FINCH

strength-creating properties of tonic I will, folly appreciate! your support -
'' Iron which make Vlnol so efficient in Just phone Williams & Helton To the. Democratic voters of Washington WALTER COOK. There are few voters who do' ;

curing chronic cough; colds and : for groceries. .' J i r r County.
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:1 l; I candidate before the Primariesto not read the newspapers': Candidates
bronchitis...t the same time building i am a For ProMcntln Attorney; -
be held April BOth and May 28th re-
d1 up'the weakened, run-down system. There is never an end to the .bgoctlvely, for the office of Sheriff and I respectfully announce that I am a should know that the

; Try a bottle of Vlaol with the un- for the profitable plantingof promise If elected, prompt'nad efficient candidate to succeed myself as Prosecuting is the best and
'tlent.aAdlq that your money will be season attention to the affairs of the office; and attorney of Washington county and newspaper way '

:ry returned .If It does not bets you. dollars fn- this. ,part r".ot the cou'n';'_i i honest- and graftlesa. administration' ; solicit Democralc[ the support primaries.the ,voters' In tbe cheapest way to carry. ona_ cam ,

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6. Laws' that' will properlY control and regulate both labor and MEASURE OF MERIT
and the r necessary organization, that both may have a plain, .
nml adequate adjustment. ,
Citizens Should Weigh
7 Perfection of the employer's liability act., that negligence '
q without Its j 'ist burdens, that the depen.lent laborer and his family, This Evidence. '
: justice to the employer, shall be protected and adequately of merit lies in the evidence.
8 Business like appropriations by the Goverment for the evidence In Chipley. ,l
the rivers, harbor. Inland waterway, and /Rood roads, but not the not the testimony of strangers, ;E
National Treasurer for commercialism, or to gain local'favor for the endorsement of Chipley peo- .. j
_9. Enlarge facilities at the Agricultural College, to_the .
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farmer and gardner-that they maybe safely advised to increase their *the kind of proof (riven here-
tion and-profit. statement of a Chipley citizen.
10. Laws that will, create !"Land Mortgage Banks" and make A. E. Helton, of Qhlpley, Fla.,. .
farmers' and land-owners' property as security. .: "The public staatemcnt, gave
11. Improvement of our commercial bankln : and monetary years ago, recommending Doan's'
it may off both adequate and safe. Pills was entirely correct agdL
12. Amendment to the civil service,laws that every protection confirm It. This remedy has .
forded, and yet allow every citizen to be E"* sovereign and participate failed to give prompt relief
duties and ranks of citizenship.' we have had occasion to use It."' .
13. Income and inheritance tax with limitations that will not ( given March 30, 1911.) .
May 2, 1908, Mrs. Helton said
Indirect tax on State, County or municipal securities or increase the
of State member of my famly had a severe
County or mnniclpal taxe.
14. Amending the Act of Congress of 1907. so as to Include 'ot typhoid fever about a ;yen r' .
which left his kidneys weak and .
Washington Oregon Idaho Montana, Wyoming and Colorado in
further additions to the Forestry Reserve area. '. After that he was scarce
free from bachache and
the
15. Abolishing the Choctawhatchee National Forest Reserve,
!Ay the unjust tax and limitations on the original pioneer settlers within work caused a tired, Worn-out
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A relative advised
trial of
a
dary, that Its territory may become the home,of. liberty loving
them opportunity 4o have neighbors and schools.. and exacnd the basis. Kidney Pills and this remedy .
tlon. obtained at McGeachy & Go's

f .. $,): 16. Ship canal across Florida to avoi I the risk and expense of Store. Its use brought relief
the 'dangerous 'J tne pain'and soreness and acted
around
trip coast.
) 17. Eliminate the excessive costs of the Federal Courts that the .tonic to the entire system. ,
I may be the resort; for the poor to settle their Issues and not merely i lie by all dsilii-i.: Price 50
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo
ground for the rich. ,
York, sole agents for the United
18. Laws to perfect and simplify\ court pleading and practice that .
speedy and fair trial may be had, with all essential tcrestabltsh ,
19. Amendment to the Federal.Constitution'that: will abolish the name-JDoan'a -and
."iIe will Represent the District.
no other.
i In office for'Federal Judges.2o. .
Candidate( for Congress. Third District., .. Our form of government In its three branches, Legislative, ." ..
I and Judicial in the distinction that marks. 'ltd force and safety oven
.,f ., Democratic. Primaries, 1912. of all former efforts, aristocracies, monarchies and despotisms. In F. SCARLETT,
',\UsBBBBsW* lesentatlve,form it la the best product of Christian civilization for
I } candidate for this I submit
haveibeTprne a Congress district. ment of man, reserving to the people the right of petition for changes Notary Public.,
; my platform frankly and fearlessly requesting ganic law, the levying of special tax or the. granting of .
and rlili-nd may likewise consider both, that by your ex- leges over which1 they should have final declssion. '. '
inteligently. and concientiously discharge your t solicit your consideration; and support '. ,Estate- Handled.t, .
duty to raurl'ielfand to your district, free from friendship and re- larch, 11, 1912. ** W....... W. a specialty. .

lations'bip'action, obligation to which should not be paid at the Candidate For'Congressman, Third
Democratic Primaries, 1912. Office in First National Bank.
expense ofieitfier your conscience.or the government. .
Don'tfvptfejfor" me because we are friends; don't' vote againstme
mere |for Ori1e personal reason or caprice. Charge againstme Lorlmer Vindicated,

the evils-of mrancestors even further than the i urth generation Lormler last 'v?" ek won an y Root and Potassium)
but don t_credit me with nor risk the welfare ot this district. overwhelming vindication at the 0 Permanent

. on the aclneyelnehta of my grand sires or uncles.I hands of a special committee of
beliejJ3t t is'the duty of the candidate and not that of the eight who finisbed the second investigation to P. P.cue P.. Good luting result-it cure era.

candjdat' o.,orient. to fully and'clearly publish his record and l Iris of his election by the .R r0 other w. UMleu m dlyou toitay, cured /

own characteristics so that he submits_himself:to you as ,the great Illinoise legislature of 1909. Bya ,
impartial iu :between his personal ambition and the gopd of the vote of 5 to three on all vital P. P.

t governme'ntfjind likewise ,the duty of the 'voter in this constitu- points the committee exonorated

tional relalfonttp!!. demand such action from each candidate all of him of any knowledge of legislative system-clears, Makes the rich -digestion cleanses and the nerves.entire .

which stimulates alike our esteem and confidence in the machineryof corruption. A positive and skin diseases.

goy, rrjinent, that by true ballot. justice may be done. Edward Hines, the millionaire _. Drives out jf"A* the'Palo;,ends Malaria;
The gt a. est enemy to you and to our government,. to bothlabor lumberman, was also vindicated, is a wonderful tonic Thousands endorse it.

and"capItaHa' the failure on the part' of both candidate and He had been charged with raising F. V. GA.
voter to cpngeive.: th*'purpose' of goverpment and to realize his a corruption fund of one hundred -
connectionlatid duty. the fearless discharge of which free trom all thousand dollars to elect
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baneful infwence is prerequisite if the is to continuein Lori
government mer. G.... .. ....... ..
its present:. orm. The greateist,enem'i to both labor and capital A majority of the committeeheld

is the, candidate of a faction or some individual,, who seeks to that 'no new evidence had : :
be elected not by publishing fully and clearly his' record that you been adduced to justify a reversal -' '

I may examine' it, but rather deals in inuendoes, appeals" t'o passionand of the senate's previous action : W. ence I'e

glittering generalities. The case will be brought .
I dO'f"ask that you vote for me, but rather request that you squarely before the senate prob- .

fearless examine me and my opponents with respect to our spe- ably next week when a protracted r, .

cial qualifications for the great work and opportunities to developevery debate will begin. 1[ I! Ill, -
interest within the scope of the congressman's duty. The committee' was in sessionFor ::9 .
Measurers rigidly.; Let us equally with labor and capital three hours. The.vote stood 9 )W, 30

and then *necessary orgacizations be guided by the truth. Let us for the majority; Dillingbam, 8. i\1\ .

establiahijtlles and principles for their guidance, for,the c,control Gomble, Fletcher, Jones and 5J1\ .

ourselvesaml* .many men of many conditions, free from sordid{ jor Johnston; minority,' Kenyon, -
4111 :
selfish.moVes.,' In my private fife, militaay and public service, I Kern and Lea. Sentor Jones 1\\ I L'4 ::1\ ,

have folloWed these precepts, irrespective of' any fancied public was against Lorimer on the first 3. 'I'" L3) -. ....:: :: ::::
sentimen 9[ulterior results: Whatever glory or distinction may in ves trgation. I ;::;. '
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have mar k: my public service has been the result ot such efforts.In ; r- M '" .i __ .-....
th%campaign I believe you intend to demand the highest A Domestic Pelt :

order of political, action from the candidates.and that your answerto "The tlv is a domestic animal : Just a word: Fence Builders: '
appeal pasSion will come as it came to Xerxes, 'that you creatur!:! of civilation. He is :
consider.and; fight not for money but .for honor, which alone can which' '
winged punishment
a o r : Having for Ten Car.,Loads
I give peat toour social and political life. own dirt careless and neglect .

, I, tbQ lore ask your indulgence for the earnest consideration have brought upon,us." S says : of the-Best' Wire Fence, we :
j of my record and ,platform puplished and to be continued Dr. Wood Hutrtrinson but he 0

r+ tbroushoutTt.lic campaign. The press is in they openand should goes on to assure us that just as are in position you better prices.
be fair KvjrmK botb to you and my opponents the facjs and principles i-- .
we. have created the fly BO can we than be
ever
upon? Mich I elicit vour action ,and solicit your 'supp'ort. I exterminate him. All we have ; .
andBjrill.bave paid workers in the field. Not dollar "
no one
have, do'is'clean
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to up.our own premises Be sure before buying wire :
because I believe such to be the basest .
will; be sa spent by me, !! of and stable yards. Man's're-

corrupt i influences on ,our body politic. Voluntary workers for fuse or that of his animals is nec- : elsewhere. It saved. :
the candidate are consistent with good citizenship, but :paid runners -. cessary to the development of the
an.andSScretaries i in the field ,are abhorent and obnoxious to the fly. And the hopeful point is .. / .
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decent instincts? of an American. > this refuse nqgst be left undisturbed -
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> in piles, bins or.pits for ,

I PLATFORlVI- bat from; is ten the days period to three of time weeks necess-as ......... ...........

I favor iC:.elected and will diligently study and advocate: tbecomplete ,
for developmentof
ary
1. "TJiepprinciplesof' the last'Democratic platform.
Z. Glring! the Interstate commerce Commission such authority and power the fly, The 'solution of the DR. R. E. Oilon Lodge, No. 40,

,that l\rtay: consistently and effectively enquire into and regulate express problem,.then is, clean 'up des- DENTAL SURGEON. c V. 4V A. M.
rail road.JeljgTaph and telephone companies doing an Interstate business. troy the breeding place of the in- Chipley, ". Communications: Second
, 3. A.pevision of the, Tariff laws, so that It shall be levied for revenge. sect. The mere pre'sence of the and. Fourth Friday night in
Office FIrat Nat'l
only, that this the greatest oppression of a free people and.violation of thepurpose.spfiit over month. -
fly is a disgrace like that of other
and letter Of our government and its constitutions'shall be.no ;Brethern. cordially invited.
longer tolorateJ.! It is robery Under the form of the law ". "- insects not mentioned in polite A. G. Vff L. TAYLOK, W. M.
4. presenting gambling: in every sphere of human activity! ,,especially in society. .'JONES: Bee.
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products and the necessaries ot life, than whlch there l. no greater evil. ',' Notary Public '
, farm 5. lETws s that will be effective against trusts and monopolies, that will H. L. Bethel of Tallahassee, ven" usually gets
j I give and preserve equal opportunities and burdens. in the city Satnrday morning. j jn. State at in a worse fix.rr ,

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Grand. Jury. Presentment LONG NIGHT OF ANNOYANCESTr Plows That Will Plow.


Spring Term Circuit CourtTo .. of Scottish Household, Start

lime Prom Small source. Cam especially chilled Plows-a biff presenUee of your crop
In 8.qu.ne*. By the use of the old style implimcnU- broken. The modern up-to-date farmer

the Honorable W. H. Trice: lost each year on account of your land being improperly equipment. It means
Ninth Judicial aeries of annoying though somewhat progressiveness must have the proper .
Judge of the A wants. effeciency. and lathe present ace
Circuit of the State of Florida. amusing adrentures befel I time. money and labor saved. ,

We, the Grand Jurors for the household in Glasgow (Scotland ..
'" recent night. The trouble *tnrtd >
Spring Term of the Circuit Court one
about six o'clock,. when the kitchen
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Florida
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took fire matters becoming
".-' empanelled to inquire into and for : eo serious range that the fire brigade had The Wm. J. Oliver

the-County of Washington>> beg to to be summoned. After their departure I. .....'. ..
submit this our general presentment >
'_ and during the temporary Tr

: absence of the householder a well-' PLOW. ..

We have diligently inquired into dressed man called, and announcing ,

all matters coming before us as that he was a representative from ,
We note au increase
Grand Jurors.
fire proceeded to potter
the station
of crime which is due to au increase
of population and diversified busiiuess about the !replace. After a few e ;:

interest. We have found true minutes examination he collected :' -

bills '-wbereever evidence would .; shilling for his work, and then de to the ground and. runs as steady a clock. It is a real pleasure to step behind the handles

justify. We have investigated some parted. When the husband was informed Keeps "bumper" crooa always follows in its wake, because it turns the land

cases that were bound over from of the man's visit he became ot a Wm. J. Oliver Plow; as soil. '. -

Justice of Peace Courts ,where the suspicious and informed the police. I completely-over and thoroughly pulverizes' the to'b successtul. Regarding repaires and
not sufficient to find retired is the soft ot plowing that is'wanted and needed f
evidence was The tired couple had hardly : That that can be supplied and fit v
bills. We would ask that the Jus. for the night when they were rudely .. parts for; the Wm. J. Oliver Plows that are so accurately made parts

tices of the Peace iu the different awakened about :midnight by two when get them.
districts be very careful In binding officers wishing a full descrip you complete'FARM IMPLEMENT catalog, and it is yount for the asking either in person
police
We issue a
We also aik that it in.
over such cases. Don't hesitate to send
the Again the will receive orornpt attention. -
perscented
tion of impostor.
the Justices of the Peace and all or writing. Your request ..
other county officials tobe promptin couple retired to rest. But Wholesale and Retail.

sending in all their papers which about 8 BOO a m. the gentleman from

require au examination by the the next close aroused them with the

Grand Jury so that prisoners might news that their "conflagration" had

be liberated from jail if evidence eaten its way through to his bedroom Southern Hardware and Supply Company.

will not warrant the Grand Jury : The new outbreak was speedily

in finding,a bill. subdued'; but not before the
Ala.
We have made' au examinationof range which bed been the original] St. Louis & Water: Sts. Mobile,

the public records of the Countyand cause of the trouble had been"dozed"

we find the same welt kept and with a cold chisel and a few l MACHINERY CO.

in good condition. I buckets of water thrown behind to Call For Primary, Elections.The FARQUHA-R
It is impossible for the Grand I I' 43. B. Bay Street

Jurors in a short space of time to'I complete the general disorder. of Washington Democratic couuty Executive, State of Committee Florida, .JACKSON VI I.L, p. LORI _
of the
ascertain how the moneys POUND JEWELRY IN HADDOCK. for the holding of
I hereby: call and provide Largest stodk of Machinery
applied -
different funds are being ,, Democratic primary election to bo held,
we would, therefore, recommendthat An Edinburgh (Scotland) laundress l a In Washington county,at the legal pollIng -]; in Florida for saw mills and

the County Commissioner has made a most curious find: places In each election district -00 .. planing mills.EAROUHAR.
their "financial "statement the 30th day of Aorll 1912. for
publish haddock which Tuesday
in the stomach of a MACHINERY
quarterly, and we farther request the nomination of all 1'enaocratlc candidate
that the lion. W C. Lovkey and has turned out to be of considerable for the office of State Senator from bas been built for 57 years;

H. B. Tiller prepare an, itemized value. She had bought a supply oi the S5th senatorial district one Representative more built today than any oth

account of all moneys expended on haddocks recently to serve up foi a.Couoty.Judce, Clerk of tba I Let us tell why.
Court. Mberetr..Ta:Collector.Tal: er. you
.oi Circuit
to dinner when opening one
Vernon
the hard road from upon '
Assessor County tSuot. ol Public Instruction Send for> catalog and price.OAY .
Chipley, al'JO'&Ji itemized statementof them to clean it, she was amazed to County Treasurer Owe County Commissioners -

the expense of operating the find a diamond and opal earring three members of the School, .. .. ,

water' works, of the couuty, the lodging in the stomach of the 1lsh.I Board.County Surveyor Supervisor of ...,..".,,,","!,,,,, ;jr.r.t .. .., .r. .. ,. -.."' .. ..- '" -i Fj;:
,same to be published in the' "Pan' The; ornament measured an inch in Registration, one State Commltteeman.onn 011.
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_. 'ama City Pilot'' and the "Wash length and contained 12 diamondsand ConvreaslonaJ CommUteeman Jus- ; ,
ington Verdict," these accounts tc tlco of the Peace and Constable for each HEAD INN
be separate from the annual state a large opal of rich quality, ina each election district, one member of ,

meat. silver setting with gold mounting. County Committee from each election E. M. NEWMAN Proprietor.

We find ,that the County ,Com. From the circlet of diamonds surrounding district..

missioners have paid out money the opal there is one miss SECOND PRIMARY. .where Bay Head, PIor-ldo.
Provided that a second prl mary,
for the improvement of Inland Jng. visions of .said law.
necessary under pro Mecca of the Tourist Angler, Sportsman.
which they have nc of
Water Ways, shall be held on Tuesday,the28th day
legal right 'to dp, and'we would NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. May, 1912, to choose between the highest. ................"."."......

them, against such, expenditures. Department of the Interior candidates where nomination shall not
warn. U.ti.. '.Land Office at Gainesville March, 18., 1912.Florida. have been made by majority. rote. In the Rates Per Day j{ Newley Furnished 1| Find Boating

We recommend that If the newspapers Notice. Is hereby given that Tolbert H. I I first primary election and at such second '$1.00 and 1.50{ Good Table. j and Bathing.
of the County will not Paul. Of Sexton, Kla who on December primary election only such electors as "
22. 11108. made Homestead Entr Township were qualified to vote In the first prima.
publish the above statements referred : No. 01130 for NE(, Section 2. voteQUALIFICATION ;
Range Tallahassee Meridian ry election be permitted to
13 west
to as news that the same be 1 north
bag tiled notice of Intention. to makeFlna'l OF CANDIDATES::
paid for with the Counties money. Commutation Proof, to establish. Those and only those persons shall be
We have examined ,the CourtHouse claim to the land above described, before to become candidate. In any
Vernon Fla. permitted Class Saw 'Mill
the County Judge at on High Machinery.
and find same in good con the Democratic
the 9th day of May: 191 a. '- primary election held by
dition, with. the exception of some Claimant names as witnesses John Party In said county, -who declare under We carry at our new warehouse, 408
needed Taylor John Pettls. Lee Godwin and oath said oath to be Bled with the Chair stock of
sanitary improvements _1.lntnn ilendrix, all of Sexton .'I&] ''and 410 East Bay St.. a large
such as cleaning floors, fireplaces, 'NN Henry 8.;! Chubb, Plan of the. Democratic executive committee Portable and Stationary Engines;Ix>-
corners etc. Ed. fee Pd.. Register' of said county. their. allegiance tc comotive and Horizontal Return Flue
the principles and organizations of the Boilers; Saw-Mills, Planers, EdRcr.
We have visited the jail and national state and Saws, Belting and Mill Supplies; also
Fog PUBLICATION. Democratic party
found same well kept, the prisonerswell NOTICE engine and saw-mill repairs. We also
oollnt1o the last' encral election.
fed and comfortably lodged. Department theInterior, handle the celebrated line of HUSTJLER -
U. a Land. Office at Gainesville Florida ELECTORS QUALIFICATIONS. 'TAYLOR, ,VANCE. AMRER-
We find some repairs necessary in given March that 9., 1912.William Those and pnly those persona shall be u\tllo\ : 'ICAN and DELOACH Saw Mill. .
Notice Is hereby
the ceiling; the sanitary conditions Wells. of EconUna, Florida,who on June permitted,to vote or ,participate In the t ERIE, LEFFEL, TAYLOR and
seem to be good. 11, 1810 made Homestead. Entry Serial management. of any primary election held SOUTHERN Engines and Boilers PERKINS Shingle Mill. Machinery. Special .
We have visited the poor farm No. 00074, for EX of SE#, (Section 30, by the Democratic "art.1In. saidcounty Stave Machinery for-Turpentine. Plants.
and find it in good condition and Township 1 North Uancte 13 West Talla- who are white Democratic electors who Large stock carried for Immediate.Shipment. Get our prices bctor buying.:
hassee Meridian has tiled notice of Intention
to the principlesand We can aave you money. A postal will bring our Traveler.
declare their adherence
Proof
Commutation.
the houses well kept; we find only to make Final
establish claim the land above de- the Democratic. party Write for literature covering your special requlrement.-
and of those insane to tp organlzatlan: -
inmates
two one scribed, before the Clerk of the Circuit national., state and county. who are JVlolstoyVlocHItiefy Co.
; and recommend that he be 'Court, at. Vernon,. Florida! on the 17tU lawful electors In
.. the laws of-tho state
sent to the.State Asylum I day of April, 191 by 4OS &: 4.0.B.. Uay St. Jacksonville Florida.
I Claimant names as' witnesses: Lucius the district In whlcb'tho, offer to vote,
We note the condition of om cart.erhbaac llarrett Frank McNeill, wbo have paid their poll tales legallyduelhesecond L.OM0 Dl_tano Telephone No. B7-4.

public roads with regret and recom. ,all of Henry KuonOn S. Chubb.Ed. Florida.. Saturday: jn _the month .

mend that something_ be done fee pd lieglster. proceeding such primary election and . .O'O'O'O' .
immediately for the relief of the w who shall when challenged biaoyeleetor
'public.' .: The County Commissioners NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION make In writing his oath before ''an .Inspector -

are custodians of;the public highways Department. of the Interior that he supported the nominees : Neat Printing :
and we to U.S. Land Office it Gainesville. Florida. of the l Democratic primaries for the
therefore look March 9, 1912.
officers,
and county
w nomination of state
them for relief. Notice. Is hereby given that Callus Carter Creates a good impression :
We thank His Honor W. H. one of the heir for the heirs of ElllaMcNelll provided he participated In laId prima i
deceased. of Econfina Florida ries.'*nd,that he will.support the nominee -
Price, for his clear and comprehen who, on January. 12. 1910 made Homestead *of this primary.PROVIDED among your correspondents :
. sive charge,delivered,to us. Entry,, Serial No. 2x'. 68. for tIMeet.lno #1i It Is the sense of this committee I I,

'. We also thank Colr R. H. Bu. West Tallahassee SITownship Meridian 1 handled!a no- that no-white ejector shall be pro- and helps to give your' business -

1:: ford, Acting State's :Attorney, for lice of Intention to make Final Commutation ; itblted from voting In said primaries .
delibera i Proof to establish claim to the If shall declare under .
assistance who challenged <
':;. ,his during our land above described before tho Clerk of .- prestige.We .
2'. Lions, also other Court 'officials, the Circuit Court, at Vernon Florida.'on oath In writing. to be Bled with-. the Inspectors .
finished duties the 17th day of April.1912. ; that be will not vote against or .
and having our
now
Claimantnameas; witnesses: William do Neat :
nominees of said primaries. Printing .
,.';., ra Grand Jurors.. ,we. aide to tie dis Wells. Isaac Uarrntt tus) Solomon J. H. any ) "
ASSESS ENTSd
; Robins, all of Econflna, Florida. ** i i. T
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." charged. Henry 3. Chubb What the candidates before said primary at [Reasonable Prices. -
W. T. BORNE, Foreman. Ed. fee pd. Register. election shall be assessed as follows
',' ." A.: E. BKQISTEB, Clerk. which amounts shall be paid to the Chair '
.. This.March 23 1912. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. man of the County Democratic.Commit Banner Job Office. .
: ., of the tee on or befor March 301912. to-wlt: _
..., ',. .-' ... ... ... ... .. U, 8. Land. Offlce Department at Ualnesvllle Florida, I Vor Senator.. .................f 0.00'For . .O'.O'.O'O'.O' s.
1/,',_ 9. law. Representative,'........ .. 18.00For -
.: ;" The man who went to milk Notice Is hereby given that Luelns Car. County Judge ."........... SO.OO ,
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2ft. .....,........ 100.00 -
ser, of Econflna Florida whet on May Ion Sheriff.
down Boulder in
',:- :,.:. '':'. j. and sat, a : the 1910 made Homestead 3.otry. (Serial No : .It'or Clerk Circuit Court.. .._. 100,00
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-. ','. "r.middle of the,pasture and waited 00838 for BWJfpf 8WK.Action33.Town. For Prosecuting Attorney.... no 00. I. O, O. P. NOTICE. HUGH FARRIOR,
ship 1 North, RaDle1.J West,Tallahassee ForTa. Auellllo1'.oI.o! 7VOQ!
.. for'the cow to; back up, was a Meridian has filed notice of Intention to '. ForTai! Collector............ 75.OOKorHopt. Until further notice I DBNTIST.
make Final Commutation Proof,.toes tabl Publlo Inst ..,.. .. fiooo [
brother to the man who kept a lI.h l claim to the laud above described.v.totfi \ For County Treasurer .... ... 25.00For Chipley Lodge No.56,
-O store and wouldn't advertise .be- r the Clerk of the Circuit Court, at County Surveyor . .. 10.00 I. O.t F. will meet atOOp. m. Crown and. Bridge Work Specialty.. .
Vernon Florida on the nth. day-of April For County Commissioner.... 5.0O '
-....., cau8e"he'reasoned'that": the purchasing' 1913. / For ember School Board.... 5.OO each Monday evening:; AIL WORK GUARANTEED.
Claimant names an witnesses ins For Justice of Peace.. .., ... >.&O By order of the Lodge..
i- : public would back'up toji' Solomon J. U. Robins, Isaac Jiarrett, For Constable ,. ,w.;........ 8-flo W, A. McQuAOOE; N.;G. ,\a.: 0 Mce-over Chipley'State Bank.- .
of busmen when it William Wells, all of Econflna. lrln Ids. For,Supervisor Ike(istration. 7.0O. -
hia.: place. .Henry M. Chubb, W. C. LOCKBT, Chairman S. B. JtrnsoH,.Sec v. t-
w I' wanted i' anything EJ. fee pd, Register. J. II. OJJCBTKOT: Secretary Subscribe for tire Banner,

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I OOOOOI>>OCJQO MI iL1i1YV/YIVV'VWYI'IV I' Y.LLIVttIVVr.IValii./p.y' .
r.f CONFUSING MIND DEEP MOURNING FOR DOGS 'IOOOOC

I Astronomers THEM Than -Uaually I FathlonaBle. 'Women of London Nov LearnSIiorthand and Bookkeeping .

Imaginative In Their Theories D.... In Black Whan Their I
About the Unlverae. P.ta DI. We have bad i in the past more demands I for Stenographers i hand
i 52 Bookkeepers than we have been able to supply: New bust- 2
;I The astronomers are showing Deep mourning for pet dogs is iJ ness concerns are starting in Pensacola and West Florida
more than their customary activityof the latest feminine fad in London. g almost daily. These concerns need Bookkeepers and Stenog- '
a
imagination just now, and as Deep mourning among human be- 8 rapbers. "g j

they differ flatly ,in their conclu- ings to a certain extent has gone 8 Special $30 Course. j g

aiona, the public mind confused', out of fashion. Deep mourning for
a In order to the demands for fficehetp, have decided to offer
supply we
y 2i' j a
1.about what to believe in the way of dogs is taking its place. _- a three months course In Shorthane ,and .Typewriting Bookkeeping for i A
pews from space.It used to be'laid A London woman tells how, having I $30.00 each. Special rated for board and other expenses, will be secured. '
i that astronomy was an exactscience* advertised the loss of her dog, Total cost will not eqceed $100; including tuition. 'j 8
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I i ii Some of the bent stenographic posit ion*., In the city of Penaacola are i
i about which all controversy, ''waa she Was surprised and shocked to. i held by former pupils of this school who completed their course with u* In )I closed and this was true of the receive the same evening an envelope three m6nths. The Byrne Systems-thai we teach ire simple and practical ]
iI period when: astronomy was confinedto In mourning nearly an inch deep. and can be mastered in three months,., ,We secure position for our gradu-i g
ates. Write ua tor lull particulars. '
f I its mathematical aspects. But Inquiring of 'her veterinary surgeon R-

'- since the coming of Camille Flam- what this meant, she was told that I Jones' Busines College Pens cQla fla.

., marion some 30 years ago the imaginative mourning for dogs by memorial ,

ClauHe L'Engle ",school pf astronomers has cards with deepest .black edging, I GCCeccceccec rceececcoceooeeeccCoooooCcCccccCetaoeccIt

claimed. possession of the field, and and even by wearing black clothes i u._____.
Editero*ptXIE and. THE SUN speculation as to what happens in is becoming a definite fashion. [

the exterior universe has monopolized "In one instance," he said, a':

Candidate for the public interest. clergyman accompanied a dog to 'ita :

CongressmanatLargePrimaries/VtifMMK' Professor See of the Mare Island burial. Many smart women owners Makes More 'Cotton

'I observatory told the American Phil- now intimate tne death of a pet dog.

1912v osophical society the other, day that by means of mourning cards., In a number, of ''field .tests made by various

J "living beings exist wherever a, star, "They use the deepest.of borders experiment stations, it was found that complete

He has fought for the Feo!!.le'e: twinkles in/the skyOn the other -sometimes three-quarters of an' animal (tankage)'fertilizers produced 10% to 95% '

right'_-fo sis ytaio.. He will hand, Professor, Aitken of Berkeley inch deep-on their envelopes, and more cotton than complete cotton seed meal
insists that Mara is not inhabited, have special mourning, cards printedof goods. '
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continue. thia'eame<::' fight in the i 1 stud the same learned conclave where the same pattern as those used '
aame forceful J way.in Congreae Professor See exponded his theory of when human beings are concerned...' The reason is. this:" Tankage does. not' be- -
come available, all at once-it's action extends
the universe Professor: Svante Au- *"a aaB a* w- **

Vote. for L'Erigle : gustc ArrheniuB Of Sweden told the TO MOTHEIIAND OTBEit.Y -. over a longer period of time, thus giving your .

and choice for District I assembled savants that all this u eau use Ituok>en'f Arnica, !Halve 'to plants a. more continuous supply of food. '

ro TOO etirrralating speculation: about:xanals', cure children of- eczema,, rashes, tetter, Arid the very best grade of this tankage forms
Congreii man. .
ehattnga. aoaly and crulated humors, us .
on Mars was nonsense. The planetwas accidental the base of .
well aa their Injuries,-outs, .
..,..., too cold to support life, and the burn,' bruises,etc., with perfect aaftey.
) streaks which, Flammarion first contended Nothing el e heals ao quickly. For boll, i .ArmourAnimal Fertilizers
were canals are nothing bettor ulcers, old running or fever sore*or pile It '
city'
than the scars left by earth- has no eqaal.... t ota at 8 K.: MoGeachv.I We know the tankage we use is all right, for

Barber quak s., :--- we put'nothing but carefully-prepared'animal mat-

The. processes' by which the rival .NIGHTS. .SIX MONTHS LONG ter into it. We,have a great Advantage'over other

'" astronomers arrived'? at their conclusions manufacturers, because we-get ,the best materials

Shop. .were not t disclosed,, and the from the largest packing-houses. in the world--:

unlearned are' invited' to take their Armour's. '

aWai n9. choice' between them, without preju- Make sure:of getting best results, this season
"
ci ice. by using the best kind. of plant food Armour'

3 Barbers 3 .. "Animal" goods. ,' ,

John W. SlcicelamlU; Ureenaboro. pa., 0First : -

Everything; Up to-Now. ba three children, and like moat chlldreq A. 'lVEL'LS, Agent. ,.,
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they frequently take oo d.. "We have tried ., :

Shayee...-. . lSc. iv- several kind ofcouKh medicine," he says Chipley Fla -- "
Haircutting.25c. 'but hue never found aur yet that did them .
.
Shampoo..'. 2Sc. aa much good an Chamberlain's: Cough Item: ,

Massage fringe, .. 25c.2Sc. eel," For, sale by All JUealere. .. : 'MANUFACTURED BY ..

ARMOUR FERTILIZER
We Solicit:] Your Patronage. GERMANS IN, THE HOLY LAND WORKS, '

./! JACKSONVILLE :FLA.
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Very
Respectfully, Subject -of the( Kalaer Are Rapidly
W. D.- ters, Propr. Gaining a Firm Foothold '

|In Paleatlne. __, u_. -__" _'___
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xssst- Tourists who .vJsit' the-Holy Land Tramp-Geol l but I'd lib J t' \V.promptly obtain U. B. and J-'orelim

note the progress of its Germanization. to live in' Alasko. .. C

I On the road to Nazareth most Second Tramp-Why? to write tat our confidential latter before ftp.
plying tnt patent; it nifty bo worth money. ,
of the inns Germans.
are kept by Firat Tramp-Just thing of sleep. We promptly obtain U.a. and Foreign'PATENTS

Nearly all the' streets of Jaffa' have tug six months on one stretch I IIt < feud modal,iitetort or photo cl Inv i Lion tor
F [ the aspect of the Prussian village. free report on patentability. For fn-e book '
and TnADE MARKS or etnrn EN- < HowtoBecuroTRAnC HflDtfQ writ*'
The houses have red roofs and are TIRE; ulu>ruoy1H tut "bend model nkflvh < Patanln ml I IIH U T" H tVO o '
you have trouble,In getting rid of your or photo and we dead an IMMEDIATE
sorrounded by the little garden. so cold you may know that you are not treating FREE report on patentability. Wo give!
the beet legal service and advice, and our
Traces of the
dear to Gretchen.
It properly. TberI no reason why u charge are moderate. fry as.
Teuton.are everywhere. The Syrianhas cold Iboul-l hang on for week and it will SWIFT & CO.
been supplanted by ,the Berliner, not If you take Ubamberlaln'e Cough Rem -
?, Patent Lawyor, {Opposite U. S. Patent Office j
edy. For'aale by: All Dealer
lightest running, fast who has migrated from tie banks of Opp. U.S.Patent OfficeWashington, D.C. WASHINGTON D. C.
The
simplest the. Spree to the borders of the J or-
est cutting lAW mill eTer built;-a mill
that you can buy at the right price and dais: in"'Qrder to make his fortune. TOLLED OWN DEATH KNELL. "
with which you can make big money. German ia spoken everywhere.
I
It's all .in the Taylor FeedEvery The American consul himself is a : A sad occurred in a New EMMETT WILSON. .

: millntted with wir taM drive, German. Souvenirs 'of the kaiser ark' (N. J.) church a short time- .
set-oat .attachments and adjustableIdler. abound everywhere. Here one shows ago when the sexton, who was.toll-
Improved carriage-backing device Vfountam that he erected to-furnish ing,,the Angelusinadnrtently tolled' r ,
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Is qvmk acting and a time Bat!". of his own'death' knell. The
Made in all, sizes, portable and 'sta wat r. ,to- he' pilgrims -dying parish r '
,tionary.:4: ::- thirst; there :is a road that ha lev priest ;who' was in the rectory ad- ,
We manufacture Engines, Boiler, elled to-lighten the fatigue .of the joining, noticed that the bell ceased 1'f .
Shingle Machine, Cnt-OH Saws,Wood Enthusiastic show tolling before the usual number of
Splitters, ete.,1 and do Foundry Work. journey. guides' .
Writ for Information,and prices on anything on the Mount of the Ascension, be- strokes 'had been, given, which
'&->r'Taylor yon nmd.Iron Works side an imprint attributed to' the caused him to investigate. On the

Mallary MACON OA.______ Fhrist .or to Mahomet according to_ floor of the. belfry: he found--the sexton
-- one's faith, a human foot, well .. gasping for breath. While, the
marked in the root;.of which-he will reverend father' was caring for the ..
- confidentially jnurrnur in the ear of I spiritual needs of the poor man a t"
Food's
sSeedst the tourist: ,"William II. stepped physician was sent' for; who on. his "

thereIn a hundred years perhapsthis arrival pronounced the man dead;
1912. will solidify into the legend of heart failure being the cause. 6 M !T' 7; ',, Fk
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Our New' foescriptive Catalog William JI.-L* Cri' de 1p7ris. k.t JJ''

I, is fully' up-to-date, and tells all ONCE NURSED THE KINO..
about the bestGarden HIS CALCULATIONS.
The one desire of Mrs. Ann Rob-

and ,She-I'll be ready in .a minute, erts, 'who was for a: year the fosfer- t s"

rarrn Seeds.Every dear. ,- mother of George V.;is said to be

He' -Alt.right 111 just fix up to go back from America to Eng-

have farmer and of gardenershould' this catalog this; .paper?while I'm waiting. It land to spend her last days in her r
has a copy been won't take more than an hour/* old home. She is livingwith her
,which long recog-
standard authority brother; Mr Richard Edmunds of --
nized as a
the full and correct information r GtoaIoU3 dlcwd: Poultney, 'Vt.. but it is hoped that -z ; :
for
: which. gives.- f' CHmel from' Dr. J.T. Uurtlo, Pwl,n-, Kao. something will be' done in her behalf.
"1 not cured bad
II* wnte** only astern
We are headquarters for ofeczemain<< my patient With Electric by the British government. -

Grass and Clover Seeds, Seed Bitter, but aNo cured my aelfby. them of
Potatoes Seed Oats, Cow Peas the same disease, 1 feel sure'.tlieywill Do you know tbat of All the minor ail
Sofia Beans and all Farm Seeds; benefit aity-caae Eczema.." TilT shown menta cold are by far the moat dangerous?
what thouasnd* havtproved; that JSIeolrlo H I* not,tbe cold Itself that you need to rear
Wood's Descriptive Catalog mailed Bitters is a moat effective blood pu rlfte;. but the serious diseased that It often leads
request. Write for it. its an excellent! remedy for eczema,Letter, to. Mot of theee are known.term dice*,
free on salt rheum/ulcers,boil ana running aorea.ft sea. Pneumonia, and eoneumptloo. are
W. WOOD & SONS., ',tlmulatea liver, .kidney. and bowels, among them. Why not take Chamberlain'*
T.
Vau expel-poisons,helps dlx.atioo,_bulld'up Cough Kemedjr sad cure your;eoM ''whileroq.eaaf
Seedsmen; Richmond, the trengtn, ,Prtos-ll0 cu. $Batlafactlon. For sale by AH Dealer Candidate for Congress.

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Masonic Funeral.

II Personal. IT assisted Orion- Lodge by many No brethern 40, F. &A.from M ]I I- Town Topics. IT "


sister lodges in this section, as- MOST
M. M. Owen of Westville was sembled here Sunday at the lodge Slightly cooler yesterday and

in the city Sunday. and marched to the cemetery, today.C. .

W. A. Hardy of near Grace- where they gathered aroundthe A. Myers of Tallahasse was \ ANY.
vllle, was in town Sunday. grave of their late lamanted here Wednesday.! .
brother Buell Cook and paid '. BANK
Curtis Roche of Hard Labor their last tribute to him. There Sheriff Allen was called to Pan-i ...-
Still was in town Monday.L. were sixty-six Masons in line ania City Wednesday w

W. Ennis made a business and the Most Worshipful GrandMaster ;- .
excursion train DeFuniak
'The to
of the Masonic Grand -v. .- "*.
trip to South port Thursday.
Lodge; of Florida. Governor Al- was about three- hours late Can, handle your business after a fashion when
v Joe Green of Columbia. Ala., bert W. Gilchrist, was presentand Saturday morning.A ; .

was a visitor in the city Friday. conducted the funeral ser- man rises in his own estima- times are good; and money easy. When times

A.. F. McCrary Campleton, vice.A". tion when be settles down and
was in town on business Friday. large crowd of Mr. Cook's I in the estimation bis creditorswhen are hard and money tight you feell the
friends gathered at the cemeteryalso he settles -
Dr. F. C. Wilson was called to to witness the solemn and up. .
Bonitay, professionally Friday.P. impressive cermony bv the Dock Reddick, who has had an need of,a business cohnectton with a'
.
L. Home wasin, from the Masons over the remains of their oyster "shanty" here during the t,
departed brother. past!: season this week moved to and Reliable Bank
farm and spent the day Satur- Big Strong,
where he will
Buell Cook was honored and Soutbport open a .'
day.Tax appreciated in life and in death restaurant.The i
Assessor J. J. Williams his brother masons have notv Do your banking business and make your credit
roads are just now getting
was at Vernon Monday assessing. ; paid him the highest honor that \
condition, SQ Hauling can be
taxes. can be given.-a Masonic' Fun- done over them. Quite a large good; with the strongest Bank in
D. J. Jones returned Friday eral.
amount of fertilizers was carried
from a business trip to New out Satu rday. Washington County.
Orleans.. County Solicitor A. D. Carmi- '
chael spent Monday at the county X II.-'Porter of V"rncn, candidate -
Judge; I. Hutcbinson tran- site transacting business con- for county treasurer, was in
sacted legal business at Marianna nected with his office.T. town Wednesday. Mr. Porter The First National Bank
Saturday.Joe says the encouragement he is re-
F. Tiller of Southport, ceiving is very flattering.Ed .
Peters spent Sunday and spent Monday night and Tues- of
with his family at,his farm southof day morning bere the guest of Williams, editor of the Chipley.
Caryville. his brother Dr. Tiller. Holmes county Advertiser at
Bonifay visited with relatives
C. Johnson of Miller's Berry, J. R. wife :
McColsky. and and here Sunday. His wife who .. ........... ...
was in the city Saturday enroute Mrs. Bertha Blake attended the came 'over Saturday. returned II.".".".". .".".".11." .o

a to DeFuniak. I Sunday School Convention at Gil- with him.

L. S. Mountein of Ash ford, bert's mill Saturday and Sunday.A. Walter Cook candidate for A girl's kisses, says the Atlanta
A. F. Books went over to De- this week in the Journal like pickles i ia id
Clerk are
Ala., was mingling; ; with friends Saturday 'night and re- >
here Saturday.Mr. southern and western part of bottle-the first are hard to
Panama City in the citv
were
turned Sunday with his
morning
the looking after his but the rest come
county po- get, easy.
Filmore of Caryville 'was first of the. week visiting with daughter and little grand daughter ; lical interests..
looking after business matters their daughter Mrs. Eb Stan'derChipley who will spend .sonic time It has been agreed to make tomorrow
here Thursday fer.. with them- ( Mrs. M E. Williams, who has a "clean up" day at the
Live' been with her son at Dotban has cemetery. Either go or. send
W. C. Lockey was up from Bryan of Oak The Chipley Furniture, Co. moved to Chipley and will make some one to help in this .good
Vernon and spent the week end came over and spent a, day or have two carloads of furniture her home with her son J. W. Wit work. -
with,his family, two here with his parents, Rev. enroute to their store and' whenit liams and
and Mrs. W. A. Bryan, first of arrives next week they will family. A. G. Danley the GovernmentFarm
C. C.Johnson of Vernon, was the week. have the largest stock of furniture Mrs.,Bnles and children spent Demonstrator for Washington

shaking hands with friends here Dr. Milton of Westville fn West Florida, outside of Saturday and Sunday in Grare- ; county is'on the go
Friday morning. was Pensacola.' '' vile, visiting her parents her nearly all the time now, conferring -
here
Sunday to take part in the
mother, brother and sister, ac- and advising with .the farm-
Leslie Gay of Lynn Haven 'Masonic
funeral and spent the Jim Skinner and T. H. Shar-
was in town Wednesday ming- day with his cousin, Hon. A. D. ron have opened up another meat companied her home Monday. ers.

ling with friends. Carmichael market. .They are now locatedin
IRA A. HUTCHISON Dr. T. 6. Yates '
the building next the Banner ,
Lee Jones was up from Wausau Hon. Albe W. Gilcbrist,
and mingled; with friends here Most Worshipful Grand Masterof office. They guarantee to give Attorney at Law. Eye Specialist;
Saturday evening. the Masonic Grand .Lodge of you good service and the best 0 Will be in Chipley at Dr. Wilson's
meat-that be had.- Office at Vernon FJa.
can
L. D. Watts of Enterprise Florida, spent Saturday night i office the First Tuesday in April
and Sunday here Coming to participate Mrs. W. D. Wjlhams, of West- ,
Ala., spent Sunday here the Will practice In Circuit Courts 'of 1912. Consultation and exami-
in the Masonic funeral at ville and her grand Willie D.
son,
guest of relatives. Florida and the Federal Courts. nation free. ...
the grave of the late Senator Douglass; ot Laurel Hill, who is
Rev. Weaver of Wausau, was Buell Cook. The Governor was serving as "devil" on the Laurel ,
one of the visitors in the city given a most cordial welcome.W. Hill-News,- spent Sunday and

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Williams daughter, Mrs.. T. H. "
Dan Martin was over from A. Alford vice-president and A.
Bonifay Sunday and took part in D. Campbell director all of the Callahan.W. The Goods

'the Masonic funeral. First National Bank and C. V. D. Finch ot Macom, was in
Royster cashier of the Chipley town Saturday, and a caller at 0 \Vfl5lf? The Best of Fresh Meats. f-&y
Miss Maggie; Allen spent sev- State Bank left Monday night for the'Banner office. Mr. Finch isa
TT Beef Pork Sausage etc. f&&
eral days first of this week with Key West, to attend the State I candidate for Connty Commis- ,

friends at South port., Banker's annual meeting. They sioner from the Third District, Everything up-to-date and neat and clean.
E. will be about two weeks and his
Dr. R. Tiller spent a por- gone and announcement will be
tion of Sunday with his brother will visit Cuba; before returning. found under the proper head in Prompt service.. Phone 125.
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and family at Soutbport. the announcement column. Lookit

W. O. Daniel came down from You can get all kind of feed at up to and the polls read remember it, and when his you SKINNER & SHARRONNext
go request -
Campblleton and spent the week WILLIAMS & HELTON.See to Banner Office. '

end here with his family. that 6 cent sheeting at

J. H. Wachob was over from WILLIAMS & HELTON.Be .

Round Lake and spent the day
sure to see that new line of
here Saturday on business.M. Shoes at WI.LIAMS & HELTON -

A. Warren was over from New
Sailors Derby's and Pat-
DeFuniak and spent the day tern Hats, received this week, We Are THe People
Saturday here,: on. business.L. Just the thing,for Easter at the ,

M. Shipper was up from the Misses Richardson. .
middle of the ...- "-
part county and Kpr Price and Quality On
spent Eriday and Saturday.T. Milk Cows for Sale. ,

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J. Lawrence'was up from Four fresh young cows and .. .
Vernon Saturday to attend the calves;;'also some dry cattle for r ,, Wire Fencing .'.
meeting of the Confederate Vet sale at a -
erans. bargain.W.. E. MORRIS.' '

. Stoves
.
W. E. Morris one of the candidates ', ". -
for county commissionerfrom WHY IS THE CAMPBELL 11 ,-** x .
this district was in town & DEKLE COMPANY STORE : :' Material '
,Building Paints and Oil
FridayMr. SUCH A POPULAR SHOP- ,:

Richards of Wewahitcbka, PING PLACE WITH THE i
was the guest'of his sister Mrs. MEN FOLKS? Harness, -

W. D. Campbell, here one. day There are many reasons why I
0 last week.' this is so but the chief one Planters and
Distributors the
Geo. Ward of DeFoniak, pass- may be, the fact that here best made.
there is *.
displayed the largestand *
ed'through town Saturday after
noon enroute to his home from most complete stock of Spring Tooth Cultivators. -
Wauaau. section.furnishings for men in this "

Mrs.. Dick of Opelike, Ala., The spring; stock now. is re- IIIIf-See us before by. .-
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spent several days here last and plete with the latest noveltiesfor ... ,. "
this week the guest of 'Mrs. E. spring ,wear Ties, Underwear :- ,., ,

,C. Daniel.. Shoes Hats all of '.-

Mrs. C. Tiller of Pine Log! well and favorably known .
makes and and in .
patterns
. is here visiting with her son and large of prices.If a .
range Dunn Chipley.
daughter, Dr. Tiller _and Mrs. -Colernan Company
W. E. Coleman you have not been in to assure -
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\ yourself of the reason ,
W. O. Wells came over from other men prefer the Camp- S

,Alford, and spent Sunday with bell & Dekle service you owe A_. 6. McQUAGGE.. General Manager.
his"parents', and participated in it to your seuse of satisfaction -

f ,. I 'the Masonic funeral. to inspect evidence., -

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