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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 11, 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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1 Nearly all, THE FLESHY have the best assortment, of Ladies :

People in Town Are Amongour '. MUSLIN UNDERWEAR ever shown in Chip'ol

Patrons.That ley and- the prices are exceedingly reasonably t:,'

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FOR THIN F>BOF>LwB'S' TRADE, .' You can get ready-made UNDERWEAR '
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BLACK EYE PEAS. CABBAGE. So Why not buy it ready-made. .

50 POTATOES. .. ONIONS. 0 .
RICE. MEAT and LARD.' .
,:,, GRITS, Fine and Coarse.. FLOUR. -' .. .
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.Dr.'T. G. YatesEye A.. TV. EEI1S:: ,

Specialist ,, Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Will be in Dr.Wilson's
Chipley at
office the First-Tuesday in April) Bonifay Fla. _,' .
THE ROOM WHERE ALL GATHER' Office in Lindsey Buildings
1912. Consultation and exami- .... -oW -
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IRA A. HUTCHISON _- to clients.
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Attorney at'.Law. every day should be the best fur
nished in the house. See our NEW
Office at Vernon. Fla. -- ryom .
collection room .WFsBarber ,
of dining tables.
Will practice in Circuit Courts of'
CHAIRS, SIDEBOARDS SIDE
-. Florida and the Federal Court. '
TABLES, etc, and you'll get ideas Shop.
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.1) Lodge for furnishing your dinning room ------- 01SifllQi
F.a. A. M. I that will make it a place where the T.H. CAILAHAN. Pfopr.
Regular Communications: Second family will love to linger and talk
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Saturday and Fourth Friday night in
barber
I have just opened a
each month. =' long after the meal.is ended.
-..... Visiting Brelhern cordially invited.W. shop in the Dekle old building on .
L. TAYLOR, \V. M. ,- corner west of First Nat. Bank '
W. W. JONES; Sec. Chipley Furniture Company.Railroad '. and will appreciate a share of
your barbering trade. I guarantee -
The thing you call luck is real- Street, Chipley, Fla. to give you satisfaction
ly nothing more than energy, industry -
and honesty running ,on SHave lOHalt _
.- high speed. Cut 26c.i .

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: the problem all figured out. It's easy ,to demonstrate that we can save you ,money on your s t;

0 purchases, giving you an assortment.to- select from as large as any shown in Washington County. ..

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., Oi ment found,on our shelvesand they are likewise.surprised e Cuffs, Ties, Underware, Hosiery or in fact' anythingti
)" at the modest price. Quality and Cheapness. you need, and we will talk it in such a 'way that' it

go hand in hand at our store, :-: :-: :-: ;-: will sound like the jingle of dollars in your pocket. Q11
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Suggestion of-School for To.stm..t.r. 1 II

Really. Worthy of 8pm Indigestion
Oborclt Diret'lory. Consideration.
M. tC. Church. So\a\ h."r acbln.nry j ,
st and 3rd Sunday at U a. m. and 8 p. m
L. II. Cbapbolle Pastoi1. The function and responsibilities causes heartburn, sour
Sabbath School 10 a. m. W. N. KhowUSuperintendent. ..
of the toastmaster are as yet imperfectly stomach, nervousnessnausea

.'., Prayer Meeting :Thursday night, understood. The ordinary impure blood, andmore Y +a,

(, Young. Everybodyeordlelillavltod Men's prayer meeting TuesdnjQlfhts. 'conception of ft toastmaster is of trouble than many '1' ,

<<' a man who gracefully winds up an different kinds of diseases. \1"t"

Baptist.Church-Preaching every ant after-dinner speaker and sets him The food you eat fermentsin 't y.Y .
and the
and 4th Sunday. Rer. Ban r.paltr. the your stomach,
Uabbath: School 10 a. m V. V. Hawk going People usuallyoverlook poisons it forms are absorbed

Superinteneent.Prayer Meeting. Wednesday nights. much more important duty of keeping Into your whole r

''- a speaker under control after system, causing many: distressing

Pootoflle Dlreesory.Ofcehours7:3Oa.m."t.O7OO ha has been set in motion. t symptoms. At the

i> m.; except The situation really calls for ;a first sign of indigestion, try ,

Hunday professional toastmaster* Duringthe E62
jhait-boand mall close at 10:20 a.m midwinter season in New York: I',
Westbound mall'doses: at 5:10 p.m. Thedford'sBlackDraught
Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 a. m-, city alone there must be'nights when i

and leaves on arrival of the east. bound 10,000 men, dispersed in hotels and >kf\ ,,, II

mall. club are dining in behalf .oi t
Sunday hours: 11:30 m., 1.012:30 p..m.,. rooms, .1'
Money Orders Issued' at all hours when some cause or other. -

office is open except Sundays. The orator may be inspired, the f.'f'
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audience! may' be)impressed, there
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be the oldreliable vegetableliver
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Oar Clubbing Ll.bBANNzis riot--but always there is a sensation powder, to quickly '.

: and Semi-weekly' Atlanta abstractions. It is cleanse your .system from .I '-,
Journal. ,per year 175. of dealing with these undesirable poisons., I'J

BANNER: and Thrice s.week.New. York either politics, or economics;. it isalways "':r,

World per year 165. Tlmes-I'n- a,cause: Mrs. RIley Laramore of .J- ,

BANNER: and Semi-weekly: $1.5O. Baying in mind, then, the great Goodwater-- Mo:, says: "I .... .
n and,Citizen per year! ;. of, banquetas suffered for years from dyspep-i -
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BANMEB: and.Home and Farm per yrai importance sia and heartburn. Thedford's'Bl.ackDraught..tn
$l.SR an educational institution, we reaffirm small doses, F'i .

the necessity of placing that !, cured my heartburn in' a few j .,. ,
days,and now I can eat without( ..,,.
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General Directory. institution on an distress. Try it. ; ''

OFlo'WJAr..s. basis... To speak of the government .:-j: : t
STATE: regulation of public banquets Insist.on Thedford'sVIOLENT a

Governor':-Albor iv', GllcbrUt.l At the crying District {
premature. present Candidate for Congress-Jhird
Secretary:' 'of lIt.at.e-ll.:: ,Clay;: Crawford. shall .
who
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need is for toastmasters I '. ./

Attorney) General i. --Park' Trammell.Com hold the balance firm between the == ----, ...,.,, '
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amount of oratory expended and the \1 POISON NOT' FATAL : .1
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Sup Treasurer. Public- Instruction!: W. M, Doll, for amount toastmasters of food consumed might; deal A school adoJ] J While they are-, elated- at their Vote for' Mays for Congress. .< ""1'1'..., 4-/.)| ::.'i,';,

way.ComptrollerA.. o..,, room. quately with the .emergency,' success in 'saving the child's life, %, ', .xHe ... ':'fI",' ./,.I.,.

M. Shackleford, \ physicians at St. Agnes' hospital, always votes for us. c -. :.,''Jh. *''" f :
Supreme Court-Thos. Cler JUMPED SEVEN FEET, Philadelphia, marvel at the survival ". '' .''if/4;; : -.*; I
.M.II. Mabry. -
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who the oth .
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Chairman Railroad;Commission R. C. Dunn, Clerk.Hudson I "Any news down my' way?" :re ar, day 'swallowed seven strychnine: He sees- as we feel.: ., .'.-f'l;: .:.; -- .- L,

Judge'BritludicIaI clrcut'Emmet peated the.farmer; as he stopped his ; ableta: containing one-fortieth grab < '. ,; ; .r. '. -:':' i'.::'
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Wolfe. Pensacola. team. "Wall, I kin give,you a leetle j each.. The child's sister had a. hottls He feels as we feels ; ;" ":., .; ...;. ,......:,,}. -?; ,...' .

State Solicitor: : first. judicial circuit-* bit, I guess. It hain't earthquakes of the tablets in her room, bar .. '.."" .''i'!'''.., -".....',....._!:.P.".- ... ;"
f 'Wilson. but it does purty well advised to take quantity ""' .: c" '
fc. nor cyclone, ing been a yitr+'c. _
for our place." f the drug at intervals by her doc- 'Truly he is' one of us. ..1''i.,.". '\.I :,JI-,. ""'. .'' .. -
U. S. LAND OFFICE OFFICIALS.: "Well?" queried the tollgate man. While the. :family was at dinner : /"'\;. ;.
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.11. 8. Chubb, Register, (Gainesville. Fla. "Wall, the news is that Jim Wil- .. the boy saw the bottle with the W..H. .MILTON, M. L. DEKI.E., .F. M, GOLSON. L.ff J.\-; i."I' ,'-,

Shields Warren, Receiver Gainesville. liams' wife's canary bird got out of shiny pills in it standing' on a shelf President. Vice-President Cashier..,: ." '" :tf ''':..( .t 1"
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.WASHINGTON COUNTY OFFICERS.: to chase it more'n two hours to' getit ilimbed; on a chair and obtained the FirNational BankMARIANNA : ? j : : :;

Circuit Clerk-W. C. Locker,Vernon. back." jottle* The first tablet tasted;: Jike : : :, ,,:" )l I ,

"" County Judge-I.'Hutchison; Vernon.. "That isn't' much news.'* .ragar and.he ato another. Then. :hette FLA. ...1-:::; ...;:,:. 6 ... "-<,i I .
C. G. Allen\ Chlpley. .
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I s'pose not; but I was until were conlumed. '-; .'
Treasurer(. B. Tiller; Vernon. "Nope, I a third : seven ;' rr -- ,.; # .'
fax A.I'lIor-J.J. William. Chlpley. laying the best for the last." Then he fell off the chair.... Capital I $50,000.00 ". <' W: .,.. .. .".
Tax VoliectOr-W. 0. Ualuer. Kconlina.Sopt. !: "And what is it?" I /I.' '". .', ..., ,
Solicits Account of Banks Corporations, Firms ana Individuals.. ... A. : '
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Inst.ructloo-B. F Gainer, \_ : O'
Public "Why, a tin peddler came along rheumatism In footr '
four
have
: When yon In the banking bustneaa enables .offerr "'.,' ,;
experience us to .
Wausau.rupervlsor. he coulc pur twenty years *- :- :
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of ReJrI.iratoloo.I. W and bet Joe Harkins r Instep| apply'CHmberlaln's Liniment and you the best/ banking: facilities of any bank In West V[ orida. We also have a .. ?T;V-;. %.
Econfina. '" out jump him, and Joe held hi ) ou will gel quick reflcf.: It cost \Juto'quarter. a fully equipped Savings Department in which we pay irterest on deposits. Ac<.. ...',. + ,\
Gainer D. Carmichael breath and jumped seven 'feet and' Why cutter; For sale "by All counts! .by.maHhandled as easily as by personal interview. *""' -i; '..:r;', d
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County Surveyor-Thos. Collins. Cary- I that we are to run him for the' legia : -- F. M. GOLSON, Cashier.. .'. ,,..: --r...: <;i.,'
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vllle.\ tature next fall.-Rehoboth. :''''' > 1t.1
SURE THING "' ., ; .. '"
Commissioners: day Herald. ; *Y.*sti': z (.1
J.T. Ulglttower, Chairman Vernon.. + ri. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA.GAINESVILLE .. Florida State College For Women/'' :'" : y: ; "
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.A.C. Gilbert Chlpley. The moot common cause f iaaomla Is TALLAHASSEE 4! % ;; ,
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8. I,. Davis; Wausau. stomach. Chamberlain.. Institution for ,i. "' ww
disorders the A Superior But Inexpensive College Arts and Science, Normal ""', .: 4.
School. -1
.J. II. Porter Millvllle.U. \ I Stomach and Levier Tablets correct -thesi o Florida Young Men. 'School o>Music School Art. School of Itzprea- .". y-.y....... .
bion. School home Econnmlca. ".-. .. ".,_ :.,... f'J
F. Gunn. Santa Boaa. disorders and enable you.to sleep, For sal Four eotlegeea.rlcalturaiexperiment etatlun; First class equipment throughout. Tuition ,' .,*>/" ;
extensions 46 professors and amUt- :
University :
School Board t by All Dealers. free Other exvene.very low. For information f-; .;:.. II J.
: ants. 80 per cent Increase In attendance last address. .. ". '- ,- '. .. I
G.,,B. Bush Chairman,Orange.Hill. year. Attractive buildings and campus For ..r' '4
S.:J.Gainer,' ..'AndrewP. Tt ,' 1 ANXIOUS TO KNOW. catalogue address. A. A. MURPIIREE. ProMenl. EDWARD CONRABI. Prcildcit. .. :f.>" ; ,

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CHIPLEY CITY .
Mayor-H. B. Wells. oblest man on earth. Hems Good : :
Jli.rahal'"U.;: if. Farrlor, "Does she? When do they expect a Sloganora \ i

.>. 'Clerk and Treasurer-W. W.Cook. to get back from their wedding: "

Council-A. D. Carmichael, chairman, trip r' Bigger and Better Business.f: : :

O. DUDO.J. R. McGeachy,'C. E.,+ Than :< ,.

W.O. Butler. Jr.. .. PROVISION RACERS SUED. i. -" ..O..ArKNQ1/tIM. ....0.r ;;-;.'..,4"

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The damage that a slice of Dos- DON'T BLOCKTHEVAY1' '. 'f

j'jie. Banner r ton brown bread and a "broiled live' AA i '=- . :> : < :< >c" : ., '"

lobster may have caused'is estimated Move fast as the procession-or move out Take tb ::
who She (reading)-What _lid you as < _..." ;;; ,:, j.
at ; two'women
$18,000 by
think of this article.on' Arctic exploration pace of;the; company! you are, in "or- make' % ayY! 'for the man .:,.
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brought suits in a Boston court. .

,Chipley Fla. pf the plaintiffs seeks '$8,000 dam- 1lIeFull of hard cold fact behind. ,- ._ : .,'JJ' .1 I
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; tooth, (due to biting a nail, which she Dont stand. Stands for the Upbuildlnj of] I .
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"**",' ,T alleges was .in 'brown bread .bought I ; Is the "'(lath of better system. Don't. settle downon'tbe ladder of :: ": -i'. '1
disturbance.
shook or
without 8 Jar
of him while the.other : .
; Ctilpley. .s passionately awful Speed of our earth through space.We success., Doa'i;he a barnacle on the ship of pregress. ...:' '. ,: :
fond of lobsters claims that she e
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Washington, ... because of illness caused by her Mew Life Fills. No gripitwt no distress, Change'means progress... Progress'meansadvancemeDt' : RE
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lobsters which she Just thorough work that.brings1 food health .. { c' .
Xnd'FlorIda;; eating : says '"
'" "were old enough to rote" She and One teellni.. ,aso.-S.-E: HcOeachv, -. Advancement means movement. .MOVE, .'. '.1 ,,-..{ .' 1':.
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51 I Per Year. who sold the lobsters. EXPERIENCE DON'T' BLOCK THE WAY! : : ,
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to live. This startling ;
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statement was made by SUllman Crean, CURTIS: L JONES U. CARIIIUHAEL ." : ,' .f ';
\,," .;Neat, >THADC"MARKS .% A : :
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Malachite Col. Tbev told me Osyltns'CoYRI4wr ;: ;j" '
: .:. die with'oousumptlon.- Jt was up to ma- totry . "Ac. Notary Public. State. at Large. Attorney ut Law .', .' :'ii' ',
medicine'aud 1 began taM a'p, and.. description m9 L .Collections a Specialty.flhlpley. ." .,
the beet lung
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"" Printing Dr. King's New Discovery. -)& w swell loy"ntron Ie probably iwtentnhlp. Conmanleo All business entrusted to : .:;t' ".... .... ...
Commercial &lon..lotlFconlld.ntW. HAHOBOOKon l PM >t. ; Fla ;
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tbro .to r will have ,
prompt '
taken
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care my t.0't.
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I owe my life to th(4( great throat'and ........antiar. without ch.r...aabe my h .. '.\; .'. ,
Vw lung cure that has cheated the'grave of JltMrkaM.A attention. Fees'reasonable.. J w'' i .'
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The another victim.' Its folly .to 'suffer with :"
:: :$ Banner coughs, colds or .other tbroae'and lung eulMloa*.nd.omelT of any fflu.tr lolenuilo ted anna.W_HT. Y.-'r.rm..13.. .' Can be found at Post Office, ;" f1"ir' ".t'.
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Take the cure
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\0'* .r cents aDd $1.00. Trial bottle. free i wI'rauola rk Florida .
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real He' His" -for Inteligence, Not Passion ; Patriotism led a public1 off fee'that paid a salary. '
privilege and 'honor; I have given you my platform plainly

,.. ne less a duty, to become Not Commercialism; What Is Right tad clearly, and In writing each sentence -
:'r a,\for a public office in a re- I have been guided by the rule
s a existence and safety are Not What Will Pay. 'Is It honest, capable and faithful ,

"pon the Idea that the Indl- Ivory sentence of It'Is consistent
I. ,'., rid QS zen, whether rich or poor; with the great spirit and purpose of
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: .')9J) tee, whatever his station, ur constitutional government,, of
: lls;;!1' illgent. honest, faithful, which for more than twenty years I
:}L. and loyal, In order that lave been a zealous student.

<: .' ,. .; :.:) ;., patriotic intentions may be r was born In Walton County In the
"' '' ,. a-' l1iM utIYe.: It: la a vital' trust, Ea ap of luxury, not "of wealth, but of a

".',. >,. sbou If( J1 only the cleanest and (poor farmer, whose service In the con- -
:.. : .l8hi; purposes and actions should >rate'army left him poor,-and who
'S S t. "' ,de'.5t9d4\ |$::No more- desire to hold of- !id 1 much to aid the grand old
1,' ', : ,'I'; .! use of language to deceive; Scotchmen to hew Walton County out

.'....."..1Ojf 81ngxalr statements meaningless. )f the wildernesses through the dark
.a" purpose of avoidingthe lays of reconstruction, and he died at
wol frlhe; and attention to 'our L' cuy eighteenth year, leaving me, his
,tct ; failure to act, or to .the 9 ion, Inspired ,by his r.oble precepts
-H rltlt aYe- Issue; no selfish or SOl"U4'rnotx4l" nd examples. have labored, and by
.; ; In the use of. appeals to my own efforts passed through the col-
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'hey tcorIlQratlon, or other classes, f fy lanltor, and other common'servlce. I,
'' 'hQul: "J tando\ >.nr dim the lustre of Intel; and from my humble experience love
>le ne 4!";;.unil' the virtue of manhood, or you and know your conditions and "
lestftjr&tha\:\ growth of respect for clt- hardships. But don't send me to Congress -
.,'senahlpjjn'tile voter. Let such haveS ,., La
". .. for that alone. The place where
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\ ,10''Testings-place in our Free Ameni ; .. I was born, nor that I am the son of

.' 'iaiiVXJBtflgreat+i school of political a farmer not my appeal. I am your
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eedotkt-'rected upon the sacrifice and friend, but for''no such reason. I am
.<'\ .aplrid; J.trlotlsm of our fathers and your friend because, from my early
; 'xponth, :wisdom of the ages demands' boyhood I have studied our conditions,
\t'the\Uiilt6d.i! ;|.efforts of all voters, canlldate !and the origin, mission, spirit and purpose
i ; tjind officers. Its frame and of our government in the light
> < Hmfllur thbuld'.be secure In the of the experience of the ruins of for

S. S .1.*althful! co'ttfldence of every citizen, "-z mer efforts, and as military comman .
.|phOfle''Kole'ambition should be that It' der, as Mayor, and as State Senator, ;
'.be;ai}3Mating. as the land upon which I 'have known no boss, no faction, no

'tils"erected. Its' greatest good, and friend, and have cautiously, firmly
lot'thay: !;''qf self aggrandizement, loyally, and fearlessly labored to Pto-
tuoutd'.bat'our\ watchword without 'rote the welfare of every Interest,

whichvrhoae: subject we cannot con and to avoid legislation for classes. I ..
,/ (emplateraoo closely the historic fate am your friend, and I am faithful
of lIbe'\ will be repeated and we whether In private or public. .1 make _
h'aU fftllflnto oppression, 'misery and you no secret promises, and I need nc

.i.: wp ,'ttuiji41d the short-lived republics memorandumto, make my promises or .
M..lots Greece/'and' like the blood stained actions consistent. The truth is not

"ru\ftlJ ofJjKome.. Let us be mindful of r -- forgotten; and will stand cross-exam
;. >;';the'lessons', of the records of man's nation. And I want your friendship

"; V; failures.-and. successes In his attempts "He will rcpreeenfthe District." and your vote, but not merely because
'y .o'governs.1\We as a republic .are yet we are friends. Examine me for the
< -, but''an'isrfa.nt. I am by nature an op.timiat"wkhfaith great office of Congressman." Stud '
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but that alone will : : FLOTJKNpy .
; my platform of principles, honestly,
not' destroy'the; deadly poison of comt loyally and faithfully, and approve 01
:-y' mercial avrlce, nor will it secure for our CANDIDATE FOR disapprove It. Let us have discussion,
sefveend' our posterity our inherit the bulwark of
a republic. Let m<
';;";*aac 8"of d regulated liberty and free- For Congress, Third/District. have the benefit of your thought, not
:: i< .. Let qs not. like jhe patriots before Koeslp.: I want no paid workers in the

I.t .,thofj'flrst Caesar, with all our reCollections His every appeal is to be diligent, honest and loyal, that the. noblest -' OeM ,01". at the polls. I appreciate the
\ ,of what our fathers have virtuesAnd usefulness of citizenship be stimulated and many volunteers all over the district
a Aid of Brutua,'and the designing poll may The editorials from the Dress, those ._
,. (', tlcjans;;:who, would brook 'the eternal that every citizen may realize his country's needs and have the as- who distribute my posters and liters .ti

'.lnU'.to.ma.k.; and keep his state at sertative ,moral courage to make his ,patriotic. intentions effctive. tune are to.me gratifying, because la .

., : :easily ;asa; king' be swept away with -- ,..... --..- ......-: ....,.". -- -- ,- ...... ......... ..... - ....... such discharge a political duty It
,our;splrltl of liberty and freedom. Let ,Is not tainted with, merely factionalIsm .
\ '" ,notouripoeterity) and boasted freedom slstent with the mission and purpose science. 'Lasf night (April 4th) at Birmingham ties of friendship, or mercenary
1 '(floatAoiStbe unduly Inflated that it of our government and Its principlesBe Ala., 'Ex-Governor Charles motive, but Is voluntary and sincere
; :'? s..inajK faketus into the harbor of anar. a true soldier whether in war or B, Aycock, of North Carolina, and nowa and therefore consistent with good! -
." Chy; and despotism, out of which w. In peace. Stand under your true colors. candidate for -the United. States citizenship. I have not got to go tt
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I ;'would t come only as Washington and Study now our characters and Senate, fell dead with heart failure Congress, but I shall be true.
,, his .illustrovs followers came, by a our platforms, and without haste or 'while In the theatre speaking of "Uni In the press I have given yon mj __ '
'., revolutlonAwhlch erected the greatest passion, irrespective of friend or foe, versal Education And Its Necceisary: platform in brief. In public' speech :
.; ,principles of government, the inspired real or fancied sentiment, let your Benefits." A noble ,exflmpl,. If our shall discuss its principles. t ask: onl -
.+, .FatriotlsmJf6f civilization haa"eyer own conscience direct your vote; ,Ref heart must fall, if men must die, let your indulgence that you may Impar
.,. ',. known.' and under which as In none ormation Is not revolution. Let us' It be 'a. of old. "Beneath a clear: sky, tlally examine It, my record, and my -
;;- other. ar_);the Individual rights of the pay allegiance to our. true colors. Letus In noble, honorable battle." self. I -am not running on the acti y .
," Citizen, and,the public secure. Let u. not under the banner of democratsIn I have published in every paper in or failure to act of either of my broth

\ then, put'reason In the place of opln- a democratic republic, use languagefor :He District ers, Mr. Mays or Mr. Wilson. Th
!.', '0 ")(tong: Intelligence, in- the place .of pas a dual purpose, but let us be dill, lord as Mayor my lograpby, public re- fact ''that both. hate been or would b.
... "IIon.: patriotism in -the place of-com gent, honest and loyal, that the nob- ler, and as 'military comman- fruitless in Congress would make m
as State
:'t Toerctalism; what is right in the placer lest virtues and usefulness of citizen md Senator, in detail, no better, nor add to my ability 01
my platform, and have mailed
,- 'pf" w at'W1ll; pay In order that the ship may be stimulated, and that lame to the capacity to represent you In Congress
.'' I, :. ." y ,.ters, ma-t\;members of the' great jury every citizen' may realize his coun- idviaed of every voter, that you may be I make you no fulsome promises. But
;'. '. '...may, upon*the facts, render a night try's needs .and have'the moral cour- n all of my' private and public life. I do say to you that I shall be you ,.
: "" : V-ious;; ,verdict, and lead us to peace, lib nge to make his patriotic intentionseffective. lave barred my all campaign"clap-trap publications" I student, diligent, loyal and faithful
\' .,:: N. /';ertt'anc!'..tety. Let us profit by the Let us not be moved withthe sentiment appeals to with the same zeal that I have giver
.. ,'"' Experience. of Brutus that we may find idea that we have got to go to lemagogue., and tho language of the to my clients. Before I shall have
If I desired to lead
,{ ., Mrtua-it;.substance, not merely a name Congress, but that we must be true, evolution, I would 'to u spent my first term, I promise you .
.t.: --Sfld ,thatthose* who watch our action and discuss 'and answer the vital deny allegiance that the Congressional Record wll' .
ny party and to the of
/nd' political operations may learn problems of. government now before principles my bear witness of some .ntteranee from -_ ; -
rovernment. I would
', -. that liberty Is a blessing and not a the people clearly and positively, with American be a Mexican or me as an effort to recognize the greatest I
");., !'1.1".mockery ; ',The whisper of the babe out trimming, and without following in irat, a socialist, a republican or a demo- factor in America-The Farmer .
an anarchist
r 1. r.' giver/they( corrupt use of .mone, bj vagaries, and without the use of a lespot,but not either two the or a Today they are six and a half million
i. It\be'' trusta; and .the dark: plots of the ''Jack.; Follow the precepts of'Aaron Jme. My platform Is the at heartfelt same tilling 600,000,000 acres wit S
;4'':'t \ 1 -'narchlat'are not more dangerous to or Moses. In our hours of progress, their families constituting onstbirtfot
." 1' ," ite'.life drAmerlcan Institutions, than passion or graft, build no golden-calf, ixpresslon friend of my own mind, not thatf our population, whose annual pro '
a moulded to
.nor meet fan-
r. ..)'is .YoW catcher, the demagogue-or h, but' let an honest purpose be ever ted popular ducts are 8000000000.00, feeding the .
vagaries or sentiment. I
1 .. --',bo: \pays" .friendly or political debts in <"loyal and true, with which we. then want to be teeming millions, and yet since 1>OI
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and to
Congressman
'": violation'. of his conscience, and at need'no message from Washington, your only $107,000,000, less than I10.000.00t ....
'epresent In this
you ; native district
:' the expense of his government. Jefferson, Jackson or Bacon, for the In mt per year, appropriated to them and
: the
i'r; : l- \'lYouowefealty; to none but God same rule leads us to harmonious ac to know great trust, but I want our great Agricultural Department "
:'' /.:' '*liT f'KldljrjS examine every candidate for tion. Build ourselves and our plat fOU me Just as I am. I am a while for last year alone the 'appro
Candidate of
S .{ ; .;. l't' office; ?'an& see for yourself whether form consistently upon truth, and my own choice, not of priation for the Army and Navy ww i

.7. !i i'l Pih"e s ; pmesixlt! !he rule that Js QP.R there will be no remorse of con- toy>f office ring or faction, or from a family $216,613.885. Without the fg pq. this
*, *-' ," -fWii vv- holders, I have never occu- ''
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1}; : javo; if elected and will diligent:!iy study and advocate:- 13., Income and inheritance tax wli,th limitations that will'not permit anipat j -I

-.R-L m/f t'i,ty1' ''t he principles of the last Dem'ocratlc platform. indirect tax on.State, County or mijnlc securities or increase the, burdenof .. --
t .) ;;: >; '2.fGlYlng.the Interstate commerc 5 Commission such authority and pow- of State, County or municipal taxes. tI
X I r !,, I ('erJ4 that it may consistently and effect!ively enquire into and regulate express- 14. Amending-the Act of Congress 1907, so as to Include Florida with ,,
''::41.1.-: .'.[,rall teleA"rapb and telephone companies] doing an Interstate bnsiness.so Washington, Oregon", Idaho, Montana,, Wyoming and Colorado In preventing S"
:'1:'7'f5, ''!> '-ti; .";2'ir,1; -. .' revisiolt of the Tariff laws, 'i that it shall be levied for revenue.of further additions to the Forestry ReactJS. ve area. ...
-, ):' a i1 'f-L! "'""" Only;-.that this the greatest oppression a free people and violation of the Abolishing the Choctawhatche,e National Forest Reserve, removing .

.' ,," hI>:.>- .'" > ,'purpose,*spirit and letter of our govern iment and its constitutions, silall be no the unjust tax and limitations on the o rlglnal pioneer settlers within Its boun- ;
\-J' '.< 'f longer tuto ated. It Is robery under tt>e form of the law dary, that its territory may become th,e homes of liberty loving citizens, glv-

: { ;w:-: -''"",,':'V'.r'' : j-, Preventing: gambling In every i sphere of human activity, especially In them opportunity, to have neighbors an d schools and exeend the basis of .tax- ;. ';.
jss i/;; ,> ,,,farm products and the necessaries ot II Ife, than which there I. no greater evil. tion.
': :,;! K. ';" *:,'. :-'"5f>Iaw that will be effective ag ilnst trusts and monopolies, 'that will 16. Ship canal across. Florida to a void the risk and expense of the long .- .
,. ';. '-'''d'';.: \giver ", preserve equal opportunities ::and burdens. trip around the dangerous.coast. i ,
:;f .ii'1 7/lI.;' 4i 6.J'i:lLaws that wilt properly centre>1 and regulate both labor and capital 17. eliminate the excessive costs o>,f the Federal Courts that the judiciarytheir S
; .. "" I' I:, '; 'and thetr.' ceasary organizatfon, that both, may Have a plain, speedy,. safe may be the resort for the poor to settle issues and not merely the play ,. ,
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.". : ground for the rich. ,
); -' :fxfitAi)& adequate adjustment.
'r',.. ', ;S&6 i ijj";'i:: 7.'Ji(7i\( rfectlon of the employer's 1U'Jfjk act., that negligence may not be 18. Law to perfect and simplify coi urt pleading and practice that "both a ,', .
.' : V without its just burdens, that the ele pendent laborer and his family withoutted spcedyand.tair trial maybe had.-witl all essential to establish justice. .
,"':'"y I Miy;'v justice to the employer shall be proteci : and adequately compensated 19. Amendment to.the Federal Con istitution that will abolish life tenure ,
,1A ':- !'""..,,;-Aa,. Bu.lnelU-lIke approprIation. bj r the Goverment for the development 01 In office'for Federal Judges. .
the ot the'i 20. Our form of in its a;, 00.j'th rivers; harbors, Inland waterways and good road, but not use government -
":. y l1 a, *Natlol'lnLTreaaurer for commercialism I, or to gain local favor for.selfish ends and Judicial IS the distinction that m;arks its force and safety over the ruins <
t'.. t t'?':!htW';,." Enlarge facilities at the Agric oltural College to the education of the of all former efforts 'aristocracies, mOl narchles and despotisms. In Its rep- '
; ,i r \\'t:'''.'. far 1er'I.t",1 gardner that they.may bei.safely advised to increase their produc- 'lesentative form it Is the best product ',tr rl"'h';:' iv tlotj and profit, ment of man, reserving to the people thiranic :le right of petition for changes In or- .
:", tt \v.-W'' :>jj'JO,1 Laws that will create "Land Mortgage Banks' aDd make safe the law, the levyIng special tax: o r the granting of extraordinary prl"LI : "
., :' rYfarnrMsrsiand land-owners' property as i, security. leges over which they should have tins decisston. ,, '
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': 7. /1': ,,or-. ',' .,"iv": fImprovement: of our commercls il banking and monetary system that 'I solicit.your consideration and *u pport. / 5 .. .
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": V '.be both and safe.
: 'It ina adequate '
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12... Amendment to the civil service laws that every protection shall be afe .,
'. ,:? '.ib rd dVluid yet allow every citizen to t> a sovereign; and participate In the Candle: For Congressman, Third District.
1' duties and ranks of citizenship. Democratic Primaries: 1912.
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TfHE BANNER

County Division.

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.' .

At Cblplcy, Fla. LOUIS HOWELL REPLIES TO '
SPECIAL OFFERINGS
WALTER W.-aONB, Bdltor S. J. GAINER. ;

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Entered: at the pMtoOtoa at'Chlpley lion. M In reference to the matter of .

-.ad claM..aU matter. county division as touched upon .. .. .

by Mr. Gainer, of St. Andrew, 1 ..' -

SUBSCRIPTION RATES*" wish tq say that I' have stated ,. -

t one TKAK..... .. .. .. .. r. .. .. .. ..tt-00 publicly at many places that I am -. '

SIT MOUTHS-... .. .... .. .. ..-.. .50 not making a campaign for 'the j-. : fl0brcoverinq. $i[ for spring and shmmerusc: ,

THBKK MOHtna. .. .... .... .. .. .35AdTartlilnc of '" ,,,
location r
of settling the MATI1NG'-
puspose GRASS
-" ELTAX> ST. REGIS
application. the county seat for the proposed .,. .
rate larnlsbed on now county. I; have stated, and Istate'agalu .; RUGS and COLCUTTA MATTING Superior .

that if ehictea llopre ..... ,.... r -
.Communications on live topics especially ,:

r"." of local Interest, are that solicited.the pobllsh-U sentative Washington County, .. ... t ,any other. ,

la of understood Tea BARBER, however will not be responsiblefor J: shall do what 1 can for County .

opinions expressed by Correspondents.Tx Division upon 'the lines as laid American goods in smoothe finish and "_.,
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down by me. If I am ,. -
BANNER wants a live reprosonta- to have the county Artistic:.' ,
tare and correspondent atevery postpfflce in my efforts close.weave, Dutiable, Sanitary, "
I In the county and will make liberal atrangements divided, I shall also 'make provision :"

:' with the. rlgrt parties. for calling an election: immedi : Reversible, A popular covering.ior both .in_ '


-TMUWBDAV. April. 11. 1912.t the ately county for the seat.purpose'l'hlJlllue of of locating separation : side. and outside.:: Also a beautiful line of.. '

\ __- by which I propose to divide : .
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ART SQUARES 9 x 12, Consisting :
has-been clearly marked -
\ the Three-Leered Stool-A Voter'sGuide. the county ;

out in every newspaper in the : .
TONIC.. ST. REGIS and MERINO. .
K county so that no man can claim ."''':

There are three essential that he is being beguiled or mis- fine ',
substantionai heavy popular f Rug'
qualifications for a model officer lead; one of these papers is published .,' A ,' ,- "

; Honesty, Courage, Ability. in Air. Gainer's home town. ,made from: pure youns. Looks Like Silk, '; '

be Honest As to the method of bringing "J.. .- ', '. -:'- ;." .. _. ; >
A. ,candidate may di- '. .. .' '"
about the question of county Wears Like Iron. :, ; -
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r. and Competent-:-but a moral vision, can M.... Gainer accuse me ., -" ... i ,::- I

coward.He of forcing the question, when the '

r, is a dangerous man at the Chairman of the Democratic Exec '

crucial moment. He might Surrender utive Committee of Washington \ .

under pressure or tempa- County, in making his call stated for a I' i ':' l Campbell & Dekle Company ,

meeting of that committee, ', _
tioriJ 'in that call that county division ;

Candidate may be Honest and would be discussed, which, after ,

Courageous-but ,withoul proper much debate, the committee decided .
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blunders would to leave to the dillerent '" ;If..
What he -
Ability. for Tre&nnrer.
For Tin: A..e..or. County "tf

constantly commit! His ignor- candidates for liepresentative to ANN.QU. CFMUNTS.L. I hereby announce myself a candidatefor 1 hereby. announce my candidacy for: ;
xrimelA outline in their platform: setting Tax Assessor of Washington- county the office ot Treasurer of Washington .J:'' "
ance would prove to ,be a forth their position upon the sub subject to the action of the Democratic couut.YJlubject.IDlI'myseJr to the-actlon -* -"' .. : -" ,
candidate may be Courageous H.. Howell for I Representative Primaries and solicit your support and and result of the Democratic Primaries '.i' "". : I
Washington Influence If elected 1 shall endeavor to to be held,April BOth and May 28th.' If ", ,
ject.I the Voters of Connty
t not and To ; of the office with fairness -. '
: and Competent was present at that meeting 'lam a candidate for Representative conduct the affairs elected 1 promise tbe pecple of Washing ',

Honest! What profiteth it to heard.it discussed.. Senator "'B ellCoole' from this county In the legislature .of and justice to !ell.DAVE. D. pA; VIS. ton.county an honest ministration-of '-' ',: .
1913.j\nbjec to the decision of the Dnrao- the' affairs of the office. :
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of urged the advisability' of Thanking you in advance for your vote : "
elect"such a custodian public cratlo primaries April 3D and May 28,1012. : I '' .'
putting the question-on the ticket If elected I Will Introduce and .support For Hoperlntendent Fubll, Instruction and Influence_ among your neighbors> I am_ :, ::
affairs? in the form of "For County a bill providing for a dlvg(6n of Wash' ;) county Yours truly I .:- -' ,
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simple I ton following these lines: Commend 'To the citizens of Washington r JOSEPH: _. PORTER.: '
IB; county
? Jeffer
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I Therefore; as Division"' and "Against .County n : at> the north went corner of Calhoun and especially registered voters: After i
son said, the ideal official is j like a Divi 1ou" without any intimation, county thence running west thru having carefully considered the dutled o* Through a natural to be of sent .-
: the center of Township 2 north Range 12' County Superintendent Public Instruction vice tom 1 .. 3("
tl1iee-legged stool Without any. beforehand as to the line of divis : west toranxe line between Kan lies12 &13 and being solicited by some of my I self as a candidate for the office of Co- '.
ion. But final ballot theSenator's thence south along said range; line to strongest friends I hereby announce myself ty Treasurer. Washington Co., Subjecting t
*-'-. n'\. __ '. .of Its legs' it will! not stand alone! upon defeated to the Base Llnel then west along said a candidate for the above office, subject I myself to the action of tbe DemocratIc ',-',
l anyone position was by Base Line to Plnelog creek thence down tQt.he action of the Democratic primaries ; primaries April 30 and May 28th ,
:i Likewise, anqfficiarwitbout a' good majority I stated before said- creek'' to* Choctawhatcheo. I and If elected promise faithful I feel that I am competent to give' the -

; of the (three essentials named that committee! that I did 'not feel, that_ the>to abovo ait" interested plan will bef.in perfectlysatisfactory county'' service the office, and In such to conduct a way as the to reflect business credit of- electedsatisfactionVernon rmy home.and If, I

Honesty, Courage, Ability, is not oppose putting'the'question on the division and eminently 'faIr, and just to on myself and my constituents I will and yon can transact business In the. '"
the man-to' have charge of ticket but. hllt I was in favor of the whole of 8hlngtoncountv. appreciate your votes, and your trust Imposed treasures office every day In the week. .,
in advance.dellre .
proper Thanking
'I will also favor a bill prohibition the In me. you Wltb t.blllasrlorance toyou.1rupect.fuIlY "
affairs from President of the County Division, T Sid object to I. employment of convicts In -competItionwIth 1 to .remain your servant ask for your vote 'and.. influence among, "I .
the form4 of it as advocated! by Mr.\ freo-labor and providing for their W. T. l> UNE. I your neighbors. In. behalf. M
tfnited States down the line. ,i'URTiafor LJONES.' .. _
.; on ; being employed on the roads of the state. ,
could if
know .
t Cook for no man "
shall
times be8lfort.s ,
At all I UKO my voteriot "
Hence? the most popular man ha favored county .d visin before' In behalf of the common people of our To the WaahrnatoaCounty donmty Comml..lon r. Diet. Mo. 3
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may not be the best man to elect. Knowing the ]lineon.whichdivislou: county and Striving protect them toconserve'their againstunjust interests and- I hereby make rov announcement for I herebyVnnounea mYHelfcandldate'I' .: .. .

His popularity has little to do should,be.trade. Could you' Ml'. dlscrlmnatory legislation. "- \ the office of County Superintendent of= for County Commissioner 'from District ",'
With the-bope that the above brief out Public'Instruction for Washington Coh n No. 3, subject to the action of the Demo- ; '
with his essential qualifications.At Gainer. line will meet with the approval of the ty subject to the Democratic 'primaries. cratlc primaries. 1 promise If elrctedi':--' ..,...<' .r' "
My 'plan shows where I proposeto voters of Washington county, I ask most If nominated and elected I will follow the faithful and efficient attention to all busIness '
his popularitywou1d "
best. how I to divide respectfully for their support. Constitution. and the school Jaw of Florida comlngbefore Board ;
him and not the pub-,. divide, propose U II. HOWELL. using every effort towork faithfully .OFOUGKIi'. GAINER .::r r.t. ,
only protect and when I propose to divide the for the benefit of a better and broader \ .. '
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: 'he went state -. system In our public schools. I promiseall I 'trtenda -, ..:' ?
lie-in case wrong. county. I will further that For evertI To comply wltEka promise to .
the ability I possess towards conforming that I would Into the for county 'tf", ...
'iet inculcate the i able 'if elected hereby announce myself a candidate I go race .t'. .
Representative
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..., 'Theretore, us as far as am to the rules and regulations of the commissioner, I now -announce -myself a
for Sheriff of Washington countysubjectto school board In its lawful dnty. I enter ; A .-
office the Third,
absolute- Washington County that for
office is candidate {(
idea that public the action of the Demacratic Primaries
this race free from any entanglementwith District subject to the action of the Dem. .
-- IV 'a public trust, for public and and we have county divisioirat all, I Thanking yon In advanco for. your' support any clique or faction. 1 expect .to ocratlo primaries, and 1 promise If ejected : -. -:. .
; it epail be upon tho lines set forthin and' influence Lain Yours do my whole duty as,director and educator. faithful attention to all business com X '.q' y: r. '
not t for private benefit, and let us my platform: ; and I believe Mr.Gainer JOHN W. VyftLIAMB.: L: L.C ARLEt5. Ing before the Board. I will appreciate: .: 'c ';

apply to all candidates the knows well enough to ot'Washing CountyjtI :your: vote, .and support. "'Ill. .,,:tii. ::: :'
J me announce candidacy for To the Yours ,.. ; ,. !,
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,. .'''...'-.-...;-''--nch-. ---" -.above p re- know that I am neither a grafter the hereby Democratic nomination my of Sheriff:: of: herein re-election announce to' the myself office' of wandldatefor CountySuperintendent trnl'b:: FINcn.- .": .rfw' ...:. ,., I
':- immortal Author compromiser. 110 also ought t tto Washington 'county. If nominated. and ,- ': -
I. ... r scribed by the nor a : 'discharge : of Public Instruction '- "I' ; '
elected I promise to faithfully of the Democratic For Proceeutln Attorney:
.. in the action
know that the only! way. subject to
the office especially so
"of the Declaration of Independtnce. all the duties of ,
which the county can be 'dividedis In t.he'prompt execution and service of a ndifeected have.the tktehenl 'p.8pectfolly'announce that I am a, ..
He is the reputed Farther both 'criminal and 1.promise candidate to succeed myself as Proaecut- '
.. and writ, "
whether processes faithful the discharge ..
.' by legislative enactment, ; civil. Issuing from the various conrts .of have In' the past to be Ing attorney. ot Washington county, and _, ; '
: ... 'of Democracy' Let us obey his the people have expressed/ them I the county.I of every duty connected with said solicit the support- the voters In the. ": :rti:; ,
his times. I respectfully solicit the'support of .tbot officer Respectfully. Democratic primaries. 't .:" 'J: !1..
warning while revering mem- selves one time or a dozen the Democratic Primaries witha B. j ; GAINER, A. D. CARMICHAEL; c ,, '
voters In :
on. And at-the ballot box al- Regarding the benefits to be conscientious derlre discharge. It r. :, -.. : ., i. J ; '

gained by county division,. I may elected, every duty of the office-with loy- For Clerk Circuit Court: For County ComtulMlomer jrmu Ho. ..,, ,.' ./; -,
ways- : "! and I do think that the alty to your Interest. To the Voters of Washington County: with oromls. friends """ ..:>-
al have said, t Yours very truly I am a candidate for the office of Clerk To comply ,: s to .
'Three.L.eggedStool .
the
:Remember whole Bay country will -be bene llEi, Y l !-De Land Su pple'men t. the proposed division In the Democrat c primaries and ..res 1 now announce myself a> 7
fitted by ; candidate for that office for the Second. ;: ,
the people of Washlnaton'county; solicit votes and .
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\ pectfully your Buppor f'- ,
I District, subject to the action of the
think that the old -
and I do not I am a candidate for sheriff and earnestly If you elect me to this Important place I iM
arrive station request your consideration In the of the county the same Democratic primaries. 1 promise If elected '. ', .
Better to at the county will be-Injured. Is promise the people In faithful attention to business comIng 0;,.

twenty minutes before.train *imethan.half Following*. Gainer's thoughtto tnv Democratic best recomejirlatlon DrlmarlelMy\ and IDasure you IDA fidelity office to I duty now hold.that I have given, you : before the Board.' 1 will appreciate( .,M- c -'.. 9.-. ',

1" train its )logical conclusion.., we would of a clean able and fair *ministrationof Thanking you in advance for your vot.e.and your vote and support- '< i )? 1... ,. ,
the ;
minute after Yours'Vi'rJ'truIYt : a
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a the duties ofthe office without fear or influence neighborsID -
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your among your ,
have only one-county in-the state. VY. E. MORRIS,.. '.V' > t
favor should- you choose "me as-your behalf 1 am .
I and consideration my :A'
;:::::1. -'T. hfis gone.. Punctuality It would be cheaper. According to cholf executive officers of the County I Respectfully, = WCauntyCommissionerfromDistrictNo:9

t. .-.' for other people's feelings his argunient a few coul.d'go toTallahassee shall make the\ race on my own merits.I .- W.: B. OAIKER.To 1 herewith announce my candidacy as"-' .. ',""' '', ,:
M.,} attri- know nothing of political wire pulling, \; -.. .' : "'
are the two noblest as cheaply' as many end I earnestly ask your careful consideration the Voters of'Washington County subject to the action of' the Democratic .'j' (

\ ; bates-of the perfect gentleman i could go to. the various county before making up your mindas I hereby annouuce myself candidate I'tl ma.rlel.whole If elected I shall endeavor...fe.to\' ._-. ,, : '''',';
fe; do premises
t to whom you-wIllINPpqrt. fot the office ot Clerk of the CfrcnIt Courtof my dutyInthe .
: and tbe perfect lady. seats tf the State. A few could go RospecUullv yours, gaur Ina as tbe Interests of; ;"" "

.. :' -" to Washington, D. C.', cheaply) M. W. BEK1TT.To !: to the Washington action of County the Democratic, Florida Primariesto subject! the people of the entire county .1"wllI" ,' .,- .,.."
and
; could to.. each capitolof be held on April.<30th and May 28th, appreciate, ;your vote support. '
HOW :CHRON1G COUGHS as many go the Voterai 1913. X *, '({. BOSH.
the several States. But one step 'I candidacy for
herewith announce my 1 reallzn that any position a man may ; .
further and wer arrive at the .beautiful the ottlce of Sheriff otAVaahlngton county get! by tha vote of the Is a sacred hereby annonnce my candidacy to sac, .. .yam, .
,-- 'Are Being Cured by Vlnol subject to the action of the Democratic trust.. If elect me apple Clerk l'' eeeed myself as County Commissioner r', "
Divine yoo "
doctrine of the Rights District Mo 2 to the action "
primaries and" earnestly ask consideration from subject .
troubled"Ith your and
New Haven. Conn-"I was will give you honest service .courteous '
few are fit to and support And I If you elect of the democratic primaries. If elected I
chronic of Kings only a goyerq treat.ment.Olvlf -.
cough ;, ..
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a most persistent me I I Bromine to give, youa fair and to shall endeavor to zealously safeguard the
for,along time and had tried BO manyremedies /themselves orothers, while the square administration of the office and I !will mn be an on opportunity hand whenever serve yon have you Interests of the taxpayers and. all citizens, Y'. .
'. and prescriptions without I many ought to have a ruler, so Yours JOtr11Y business In the Clerk's' Office. as In the past, and"earnestly solicit' your ::"'.; ,..
BUtTT.To -
T. vote and support. :
benefit that I was discouraged. I waspersuaded give .them a king to watch over I will fully, appreciate your support. A. 'C--OILBEBT.: ,_ ",

by my friends to try ,VI- them. This may suit a few of St. I th* voters of Washington WALTER COOK. .j.:..... ...

'. n?l. After taking the second' .bottle. Andrew but I am glad to know -Coanty.I For nemb School-Doard2nd.. DU.. t here declare' myself a candidate for, ". ,". .,,

My ,cough left me, and I must say I" that the,general sentiment of our am a candidate before.,the Prlmarloa The friends of Mn U. If. Bush announce I County Commissioners Commtsyloner District. for Subjecting: the Second.my?' ,. -.- ;: r'.:.;;<"'"' .,. '.
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to be held April 30th and May 28th. re- him to succeed himself as Member of i .. ..1', '-:
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more democratic. self to,; the result of the primary electlonsii. V: :, -
alrundown people is hgectlvely for the office of Sheriff and ,;
; : school Board for District No. 3. Mr. i and solicit the vote and support 'Of thevoter -,.- : 'i"- '.
efficient
The only' class of people who promise If elected prompt 'nad liub has served os faithfully for many ollrdlat.rlct. II yoaelect; me I- .'>, ; .,
of \ -
condition.. the'best possible ?
attention to the affairs of the office; and and do not feel that hisday of '
we '
will be badlyinjured will be the years will give you the best service It Is possl-: '''-_' .1
remedy," honest and,graftless admlnl tratlon. usefulness.la near past I .' -.' "% '. f.'SLjBi"J. ;, ,
"I- .- 'U is" the combined action of the county/ officers, as 'most pf them .Respectfully, yet.MltT: FRIENDS bletorn6'0' ; render. W. ?* ,
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D.A. MCMILLAN. BAnp.1'P .. 'I'
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medicinal elements of the 'coda' lver are paid on a commission. basis. I hereby announce a candidate : ; .1.' %. ".,,

;'. *. ''aided .by the blood-making ali Mr. Gainer waxes eloquent for For Tx Collector.I for member of the Board of Public Instruction ] I. O.'O. P. NOTICE. f \ ."' {:?* r ri .
i strength-creating properties of tonic the fellow in the other end of the hereby announce myself a candidate of Washington county from I v' '. --r. *... -.
r', 'Iron which.makes Vlnol so efficient In He the people i it-the for Tax Collector Washington county District No. a. sujbeet to tho action of Until further notice11 ; ?: county. says
subject to the action of tha. Democratic 'the Democratic primaries. If 7ousee. fit '' "' '
'!,! curing chronic coughs colds and other end of the county 'would lose primaries If elected 1 will, endeavor at to nominate and elect mate this 1 Iportant jCbifeley Lodge No.S6; -. t

};:.: :. bronchitis-Hit the same time buildingup : the finest harbor on the Gulf of all times to discharge the affairs In the place, I promise you the best service.lt is I. O.. O.,F., wall meet at700p. m. :-, M. .;
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run-down,system.. office with fairness to all. possible for me to render: .. '!-
the weakened '
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Wonder thinksit each evening ; .
Mexico.. ) where he Monday : '
.r Vlaol the understanding I thank you for all past favors, and solicit Thanking yon In advance for your vote '
itr.. Try bottle of with be is ,goiugl Dividing the ,county your support, ana Influence In the as well .al your 'influence among. your By, order of tbe Lodges ? v" ", .... ';..... ..' : ':'
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I'f harbor neitherCogtlnued.on '
If"It. does nothela ( will, not move the ; : .._ Yours truly .. Touts truly, -1., '" ''
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Y :KOTICE ron ru8LICa'1'IO-1', WHY{( WOMEN SOFFEW,
TAXA1ION. Department of the Interior.
N 'ON- 0. S. Land Office at Ualneavllle, Florida. .1 .
April, 6, 1912. Many Chipley Women are Learning i.
Notion is hereby given that Oscar Harper -
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: of Econflna, I"ta. who. on January 29. the Cure. :
1910, made Homestead Entry, :Svriitl.I No
(XW70, for NX ofS W3 Section 12. Town Women often suffer not knowing the .
ship 1, South, Range 13, West, TallabasH'e cauite. *

fi Per tirie rit O u, jp 1S make MerIdian.Final has Commutation lllod notice Proof of Intentionto to establish Backache, headache, Oialneaa, nerioneness. '

claim to the land above described, ,AIrregular
: ,' before the Clerk of the; Circuit; Court, at
irk r Vernon, Florida! on the 15th day of May, urinary. passages, weakness -
To the I'' of W12. J aoguor'I. ,
Washington County.DO Clalment numcn as witnesses T. J. Each ,'
aseetningtortureof.ltaelf.
McNeil), J. W. Brown, William Well
YOU K] bat you.nowpay DO YOU KNOW :'that the and W. S, Purcell all of EconUna I'la.! Together tell. of weakened kidneys.{'It, j
f Henry a. Chubb, Strike at the,root--get to the cauac,
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for state ,''fin until t i X9 State of L/ouisianna is successfully Ed fee lLld. Register. the'
Quickly fflve the
19# mills] ? ,, :] deb .special Operation a large sugar farm ncefl. help ,. kidney J !I
School ? NOTICK FOE PUBLICATION( j
District a f { v with her convicts? No remedy endorsed like Poaa'4

DO YOU 1\1_ hat those of DO..YOU KNOW of any teas- U. S. Land Office Department at Oalnesvllla the,Interior.Florida. Kidney Pills.Recommended. -

you who own ,cji? >perty pay on" why Florida cannot do like- Notice Is hereby given April that U, 1013.ZIon A. by thousands I;

w ad d!tonal cil wise? Bush, of Bennett Fla.! who, on Augu Endorsed at home. .,
24. 1910, made Homestead Entry, >serial litre's convincing'proof: from a,Chip".
DO YOU K that build- DO YOU KNOW that one con-' No. O7338 for :NE (, bee 11. Tounstilpl ley citizen. \ '
I I South, Range 14 \\ est, Tallahassee Men
ing roads with, t labor costs vict( can cultivate 10 acres of dian has filed notice of Intention to make Mrs. Anna Kent, of Chipley, Fla.1says ,

more than blu i [roads with' ; ..wf7 sugar cane. ? claim Final I to Commutation thr land above Proof dosprlTwd to establish before : 'tFor about three years my k4.

I free labor? It a psider these I, DO YOU_ KNOW that ten the County; Judge ut Vel'uou111I.011" the neys gave me a great deal of troubled:
figures I II l.Hb day of May. 1912. My back was verr lame and,weak an4
on 1000( lets: acres bf sugar cane 'will 'yield Claimant names at witnesses: F! C.
Loss of reven'tI' I Mayo Richard hush John H. i'orter ol I 'difficulty with the kidney secri
i $810, net profit? Uonnett. Fla.-and Arch (iriliwrof Month- tlons. Headache and dizzy spell!*

derived frot$281,600 00 DO YOU KNOW that we have purt. 1'ia., Henry/: Cdnbh. bothered: me and ,I felt tired and lain j.
.
Cost of main aln 1300 convicts? ,. Ed. fee pd. Register. gild ail the time. A- friend Snaliji!

farding, eC' 250,000,00! DO YOU KNOW that MILON'S. advised me tu take Doan's Kldee. *
NOTICE: FOR PIUBLICATIONDepartment Pills and I procured a box at .
Total cost 'ofl f r practical propositions for of the Interior (Geachy & Co's,Drug store. Ther ri1'.
alone. 531600.00 working: the convicts on farms U. 8. Land office at Gainesville. Florida. lieved me immediately ane In a short ,
from and building roads with April 0, IIH2. time effected a complete cure." .
Time lost good the Notion Is hereby given that Nancy
badeatbei Georgia is doing is that a one: i111 I profits has'won friends throughout Routwell of linnnett, Fla,, who;on Nov. For sale by all dealers Price $Scents.
CVs 10,1910, made Homestead Entry Serial: ( I Foster-Mllburn Co., .
Sundays. S days' assessment in Georgia will the State, and has put,bis opponents :No. 0701( 7. for SE: >i, !Section 2. Township New York, sole agents for the Unit.
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1 Mouth: Kanan 14 West Tallahassee States. '
__niucb road as a three mill assessment the defensive?* }
Sickness :5 pet: P' on. They Meridian, hassled notice of Intention to .
cent. .; 1. lays in Florida, and that will attact it-they' may misrepresent make Final claim Commutation)to the land above Proof described to establish -, take Remember no other.the name-Doau ..:

Leaving actual work- Florida is.as. large as Georgia? it but they cannot' produce before the County Judxe, nt Vernon _4
Florida, on the 15 day or WHY; ,luia\ : ''
ing days ;2 tag $531,600:00 DO YOU KNOW that Florida the figures to disaprove it, Claimant names! as witnesses: Zion A. NOTICE FOB! PQUL10ATION.
more'than millionacresof flush Richard Bush F. C. Mayo, John Deportment of tKo Interior
owns
Which le.t ,usl m- Neither can they produce figuresin II. Porter all of Bennett. Florida.llenry U. 8. Land Office. at Ualnesvlllo, FlorldaS
pare with Ere a 'or: land in the Everglades? support ot their plan. a. Chubb March U, iwia. j
Ed feepd. Register.
Notice Is hereby given that W iillara
1,000 men foi days DO YOU KNOW ,that the production : i MILTON was born in the Wells, et Econllna Florida, who, on Jn
is western 11, 1010, made Homestead Entry Sere 1-
at $150Which per da ,0 352,500.00 ofsugar cane very part'of Florida and has NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. No. 06974 for KK' of EJi, !Section'' '

profitable. ? lived there all bis,life.MILTON'has ., Department ot the Interior Township 1 North; Range West, Tails
is cheaper than DO YOU KNOW who Doctor U. S. Land Office at Gainesville, Florida hasaeo Meridian baa filed notice of Intl'flj'tlon
convict latlor 179100.00 made a success March, 18, 912.. to ma\&:e, Final! Commutation ProiW
: .$ (
y ; Wiley is?, .Cti do He Notice Is hereby given that Tolbert B. toeatabllsh claim to the land above, d
course you of bis own business and 'will
) : scribed before the Cleric of the
DO YOU-KI: i is the:greatest living expert on'food mak'a success of your business. 23, 11)08 madeHomestoad Entry /Serial Court at Vernon, Florida on the 1TJ ,
oft
the convtcjiease and pay forthe N0.0113H for NE&, /Sections, Township day April, l 13. .,
4' products> and says sugar is MILTON has always been 1 north, Range 13 west, Tallahassee Meridian Claimant names as witnesses: Laetju ,
maintenance: ?!,: the convicts chief has tiled notice of Intention to make larterf) Isaac liarrntt Frank MeNefft '
the. of them all.
one
would increase prominently identified :with the Float Commutation Proof to establish Oscar Hopper, all of KconHna Florida.; '
our taxes 4tf DO YOU KNQW that: he has'' claim to the land above dellc'lbed..beCorethe .. Henry' S.: Chubb '
fight against :
mills? ( Mr, wltSon says' 5 mills. special privilegheis County Judge, at Vernon Fla on Ed. fee pd liegls
said of the Everglades: J seasoned both in politics and the 9th day of May, 1912. '
See page .ij2'House Journal "It is not lo13 Clalmeut names as witnesses: John NOTICE. FOR PUBLICATION.DeparCment ,
1911. necessary well upon businessrno; man can say that he Taylor, John Pettls Lee Uodwln and of the intent
) ,'i the tact that with: cane prOduced -straddle the Llnton Hendrix all of Sexton Fla.- U. S. Land Office at Galneavllle, FloriAlarch
DO YOU KNOW that to work : ever fence on any Henry U. Chubb 9, 1912.
at such a cost; even the question; he has fought for the Ed. fee pd. Register Notice Is hereby'given that Callte ;
the convicts will render Jsland.of Cuba could'.not I tor, one of the heir for the hairs of
: compete people when he was not running HcNelll deceased Econflna )j'orl)
necessary Ii.tutt..h'er increase .in with Florida in the production of NOTICE' FOR PUBLICATION, who, on January 12, 1910, made llom..
rout taxes fo2aterial. machine for office and be will fight for Department ot the Interior stead Entry. Serial No. otuati.: for SEA
sugar 'There is probably: nootbei"'bodV'or'Jant1 their interest when in office U. S. Land OUIco at Gainesville, Florida, Section 81 rownahlDl North Rmize: S.f
ery, mules/eng: .neers.. els? 1 I In the world ; March 9, JIUS. West,:Tallahassee Meridian baa filed
while Trammel, has FAVORED, Notice Is hereby given that Lucius Car tlce of Intention, to make Final ; na
DO YOUgUOW that if some which presents such remarkable ter, of Econflna Florldut who on May: 21V tatlon Proof; to establish chum to
is nottMjftl ,into Milton has FOUGHT 1910. made Homestead J ntry, /Serial No.U1838 land above described, before the Clerk f
plan | operationwhich
: possibilities as the- muck lands 1., for SVfUot HW#, Section 83,Township the Circuit; Court, at Vernon Florida, 4:
will_ cpake the convicts The MILTON sentiment is 1 North, Ranee 14 West Tallahassee the 17th day of April 1912. I
the southern shores of
bordering
: Meridian has filed notice of Intention to Claimant name as witnesses: WUllajM
yield a revenue: an increase in Lake Okeechobee With depth based on practical substantial, make final Commutation Proof,to establish Wells, Isaac Barrett, One !Solomon,"J. K.
taxation is inevitable? a constructive ideas; jt is therefore claim Lo the land above described, Robins.., all.of Econflna, Florida.!
ot soil averaging perhaps 8 feet, before the Clerk- fihe; Circuit Court, at Henry M.: Chubb,
DO YOU$QtOW-that Trammel and an extent of nearly- fakir a growing stronger: and will continue 1912V Vernon, Florida.- on the 17th day of ApUl. Ed., fOff pd. Jlo lst.r-i

Gibbons. and Watson are all to grow, Claimant names as witnesses: Jus
million with surface almost
acres, a 'Mr. Lawrence of
'" Solomon, J. li. Robins, Isaac Barrett Pippin, Vey
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advocating king the .convictson absolutely .level,,it affords Read MILTON'S, .Platform. In William Well, all of Econllna, Florida, non, transacted 'business here ;;tl
roads?'" JJK itbe gives details about his Henry IS. ,'hubh, i
promise of 'development which Ed. fee,.d.. Register. fews davit ago. -
DO YOjpKNOW the reaches beyond the limits of prophecy GOOD ROADS. CONVICTSand

reason Florida"cannot do what ," XA'rlON'deas,) ,

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Division' was the 'whole county' four years I'county will be saved -the time'J\lld -
County/: /
after: the present court house and expense of holding.another electionMr. .-
Continued,from,4tb) page. I jailwere built, as these were built I Gainer admits that I have : WIre" Fencea -

will it depi'f veTaiiy citizen of the in 1896. Then,why should we'heal i 1 f been a successful turpentine oper -

State of 1'liIlI1'p! <<) bis lights as a tate Id-divide the county and secure ator. .I will ask him' to trace my .
citizen. MVMQaiiier seems to be the benefits; accrueug therefrom1, !'[record back,to the'plow,handles on :

willing| to 's anything. to .defeat th giving additional facilities the :farm on which' I was born, .
county divisi.$' He says the Ja- _the development of our resources t from there through the log. camps, .I -

rots mat hav( to be paid in script. which are but j nst being opened uptI 'through the store house, and the

Does he not know that all jurors .have never,said, nor do I belleyethat County' Treasurer's and see ,s.,. '.
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eicept those)r J, P. Courts are dividing tliecounty along if that record will commend me to ,,

paid by then r6atef He says that-it the Hue that I propose to41 vide it, the voters of the threat State of a I _

will cost Thousands of Dollars to wilt aid Chipley in securing the Florida, ,there to aid in 'my feeble s; 11 -.. .

transcribe iecords., Wonder if court-house of the old county., Yet .-way to secure legislation that I 4 I Iy -

he thinks !t'>v'U cost any Jess two there is no doubt in! my jnlud that importance to my friends: ; Iial

or four years hencel As to building the people of Chipley would be as and, neighbors the people of

a court LouTe and jail, that 'will glad to get the court house of the Washington county. If my, record

have tube:: douesoouer or Litter old county as St..- Andrew, Mr* Shalt disclose that I, hare always!
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'if the couuty? ever divided; and Gainer's home town, was desirous been true to my principles and' to -

I do not thin'fcjtha building material of obtaining it in 1905 ,when it' 'had my constituents, then I,shall hope ." .t

will decrease- much in price,. its name on the tickets for that (6 be ,rable-to serve, them in this ''I: Just a )word Farmers\ ,and Fence: Builders:
judging thejiitureby; the past. purpose asking that the court new capacity for county division.

Mr. OAifterj- preteuds, "to take house be removed to St. :Andrew.If .I IL H. UOWELL,.

fright at tlI4,prospects of the .bnt'. your'home town" was so patriotic : Having made a deal for Ten Car Ldads

Jens of miming a new comity. to, the tax payers of Washington The best thing to give your .

Verily' 'hay" Ith'B!!' gentleman retrograded ,':county atr that time as to wish to enemy is forgiveness; to an. opponent I' of'the Best American' Steel Wire Fence, We.
; fiomjtlie courage of his discard, tho court house and Jail I
Fathers.; Let,hs see what has been .that bad been erected In 1896 at tolerance; to a friend, ,are in position .make you''better prices ,
the history'vffWashlngton county Version and build a new one at St. your, ,heart: to yourchild a good :'" '

in material-health and ability tti Andrew, what has, changed your exampler to your mother, conduct .' than ever before._ '

manage it insolvent! The records of the Certainly is not u 'matter of : '
to yourself respectto all Be before
your ; sure you :see us buying wire
'unless a'
of 'sister
county disclose that the, taxable heart, jealousy : .
charity.
value of ':aUJthe- property of the ,town can be called mattet 'of men T elsewhere It means'money saved.ChipI.ey .

county has been as follows: heart. NOTICE PUBLICATION.'.

in 1878 tots. tai. vat.Van $ 287,745 :Now, Mr.: Gainer, If you would Department the''Interior, ,
II 1t1HO ".,.' -'* *' : 03, n6 take the trouble to' inform yourself t:. 3. Land Office at Gainesville, Florida. "
..J800!)() ,. sit II 1,857,246 even just a little, you will} r April 6..19U. I C'I
p1910 "! n' 3,085,511 : Notice la hereby given that Frank MeNelH. HdW.::: o.
find.that airs submitting the mat :
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.n 1/ 3,159,860 I of Econflna, Florida who, on February -
i. 1911 ter to the voters of "Washington i 25 1900. made Homestead Entry

Iii the proposed valuation new fir county JL011'' was thepropel.ty county fairly" and squarely. Every .'I Serial, Township NoOI771.1 Sooth for NX Range of MVV:13 we L!..election t.Tallahasgee of ,..........................
voter in Washington* county may Meridian,has Died notice Intention
4,7,96'o r'of'fo'ver $"00.000 move to make Commutation Proof, to t .
II know
by pub.
reading any paper
establish claim to the land above described '.
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titan the Val. uation .o>(.tho 'whole liabed iu the county'just what I before the Clerk of the Circuit; Court at DR. R. E. TILLER.DENTAL A.

county ten, ,years before, propose to do, if el tedJ.fb".r g.rd 1913 Vernon Florida on the 19th_ day of May, McQuagge,. \

It can readily beseen f'om..the. to county division. If nYy ,plait Claimant; pamea as witnesses! : W.V;' SURGEON, ''f
gurCS thatUhe new county -wonldIwmole'ablby' meets with the approval of thevoters Gainer, W. 8. Purcell' William ,lfells)) Chipley. .- I Notary'Publi 1f 1
>$100,000 to take! and Oscar Harper, all of EcoDfl a Fla., = Florida -
of Washington! county, it Henry a- Chubb; ,. V S 'i
care of iL& runull/g expenses than will .settle the matter and the Beglster. Office over First.Nan Bank.. State ,at. Large.


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of principles the offlcee
ala platform
.:\ In the district, and mailed to e"v In Congress. ThEir forces are not Arm? and Navy: would rot. Why this mould fearless strive to make this
ery: TOter. And It was no appeal tc; only: the Congressmen who act, but great difference? Why no more atten treat government in reality the gem of
sentiment, but an effort to be fair and also the Congressmen who are men Lion to the analysis of soils and the civilization
to regulate, not to destroy or conns dummies. For the past-eleven :years specific Instruction of the farmer Th I solicit your consideration and sup ,
form of law. Let us bebuilders of only 9727272. Is The farmer baa not either
cate In the the yearly average answer easy.: port I hope you may be active
not destroyers. There It 00 to the farmers while the enormous taken the assertive and active part of for or against ,m.. All I ask Is that
glory: and suooess for all If only: the urn of $137,469,211.00 per year: has his government. He has been led by may be true and we shall still be
fabric of our government shall based gone to the Army: and Navy alone. mere claptrap and demagogic state you Wends. But don't vote for one, and
to secure the general welfare Who Is your friend ?' Examine th<< menU like "I am a farmer." "see at hen In private or public say, "Anoth-
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tree from class, faction, and commer candidates now when your opportunity you see," "feel .as you feel, "know ?r Is without question the best If our
cialism. Am a candidate we mar: have is golden that we may have nc how," "man of experience" and hat government is to last In Its present
ur friends, and our clubs, but when need for recall. And the same sug not demanded from candidates and form; we must be politicians and yet
the oath of office Is taken to him as gestlons I make to the laborer of er those In public trust some specific brothers-be true and not false, -
victor belongs no spoils nave the nob- ery vocation. The employee can flnd thing accomplished, while the great WM. W. FLOURNOY.' '
H est purpose to do his best The robe no better friend than that verified bj shipbuilding Interest of our country; to April 6.. 1912. .
)f office and the great trust should COT- my record In the State Senate, which their natural business-like way have
BT all bitterness and strife,. and upon 1 haye already publlsbedin.pyeyy! pa been on .post both at the, .polls e.n u "
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our government, to his Habitual sans FTournoy, (s 'some warm' on ancestars. advocates both' of these measures at
I FOOD FOR "ROil'f'rABLE THOUGHT of strict and rigid Justice in all the relations himself but he Isn't trying; to get desirable subjects of legislation *>J/
'Tbe platform ot Co1. W. W. Flour of'life, private and public, and !into Congress on his family record Congress.
,. Roy, candidate for Congress from this above all and Including all, to hii. What he has done for himself and foi The Inconsistencies, injustices andabuses ''
r district, appears in this week's Issue of plain and natural conception of and the people of the Third District It which have grown up In the
.' the paper, and our readers are asked devotion to. the undying principles good enough campaign material. administration of the laws authorli- '
: ,. to read It carefully a. It contains true Democracy, as they have bees Being Interested In the remark" ot ing reservations of portions of the .
much food for profttable thougbt.- formulated bY and handed down to us Col. Flournoy's: friend, we looked the public domain for the avowed purpose
... Madison Enterprl..R.corder, March Crom -the founders of our Incomparible < matter up with his help and this It of conserving forests and other
U, 1912. system of free government what we found: natural resources, appeal so stronglyto
., ''Tiro] that and most important Item Col. Flournoy's: family: and name Col. Flournoy's sense of Justice demanded
NOT THE VOICE OP A DEMA000UE. .n Col. Flournoy's platform quite prop 'had Its beginning far'' away: in ancient towards the Interests of the
I srly.: and with definite and unreserved France the name first appearing In Inhabitants of States in which such
-. 'We publish In this week's issue 01 'oyulty, declares his adherence to the historical records when Laurent reservations have been or are likelyto
".. The Times the platform of Col Wm principles of the national Democratic Flournoy (from whom the American be ordered by: the arbitrary action
W. 1'l0urDoJ"". candidate for Congress platform of 1908 It Is well to notice branch of the family is descended) of the President that he promises to
man from this dl.trlct. Without seek. sere' the fact that neither of his opponents Bed from the district ot Champagne urge' the amendment of the act of
mc to influence voters but that you has. as yet made to the pea after the massacre of Protestants by Congress of 1907 so as to prevent
make a critical study of platform we ple of the district such a declarationMr. the Duke of Guise and his adherents, further additions the area of forestreservations
will say that the platform deserves Maya In his published statement In 1562. Laurent Flournoy's: son Jean in Florida the same alIt
your careful attention It 1s.a eound'I 0 ,the voters, 'contents himself wltb born November 17, 1665 emigrated to Is in Washington Oregon. Idaho,
document in all Its plank. It la not .1 few bald personal platitudes and re; America and settled Virginia, where Montana. Wyoming and Colorado; and
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the voice of the demagogue but the peated (but as yet unfulfilled) prom bemarried in 1720 Elizabeth W1IHams. the abolishment of the Cboctawhat-
Itate.man. It do.s not seek to array tees' to publish a 'record of his per ( They had ten children, one ol chee reservation as an "unjust tax I
p\ the laborer against the capitalists but :'ormances In Congress;' while Mr whom Col. Thos. Flournoy, ,was a and limitation on the original pioneer
calls for laws that ,will protect him, Wilson does trot even claim to be a man of unusual prominence and settlers within its boundary." and IB
i and nee that he la compensated fosMs eat Democrat, but invents or.adopts, strength of character, holding numer order that its territory "may becomethe
.j r labor. It does not decry; the capitalist :he name by which be desires to be OUt responsible positions in the government homes of liberty-loving citizens.
but at the same time It would mown-a name never before knownin of colony and state. He was giving them the opportunity to have t
put the burden ot the government on the Democratic party. sheriff of Prince Edward County, then neighbors and schools," and extendIng .
'" all instead 01 the consumer alone. "The Democratic platform of 1908 high sheriff, a member of the House for the state and counties the
"This platform shows the comblnai leclares for the enlargement of the of Delegates,. a captain of militia and basis of taxation." .,
i .. tlon ot the statesman, the diplomat powers of the Inter-state Commerce later commander-ln-chief of the militia Col. Flournoy's advocacy of a ship
I ... and a brilliant thinker and also Demos Commission with respect to rates of of Prince Edward County. HU canal across the peninsula of Florida
.. ., ',,'R cratlc. It I. a true conservative transportation on railroads and to Ins descendant, John Flournoy, the father reiterates the frequent declarations ol
?J-.. statement ot a just set of principle, elude control of telegraph and tele- of Wm. W. Flournoy was Just such the State Legislature on the subject.
i which If carried out will make .OUI phone tolls on Interstate business another a' man of rugged virtue and His desire, as expressed In his platform
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.1 ..,- ..1 Congressman a true representative o'I' Ool. Flournoy: makes a specific declaraflna estimable character, a brave man, ol. to so modify the excessive cost "
'. all the p.opl.-Greenv11le Times, to"the same effect. unimpeachable Integrity beloved and bills In the federal courts as to open -
.r;:; March 22. 1912.PRODUCT. "HIs pOlJltlon,concernlns tariff revision respected by all who knew him From* their doors to the poorest citizen who
Is In strict and direct accordance Virginia the family: In the persons ol may be entitled to the benefits of their
:." OF CLEAN MIND. with the national platform and the IOns and grandsons of the redoubtable Jurisdictions, his demands for a simplified
e. :d. "We have hard many commenda.torr with the tariff legislation now being Thomas, and collateral kin. code of procedure In those
: remarks upon the able and vlg.orou. enacted by the Democratic House ot folk, emigrated to .Kentucky: Tennessee courts: and for the amendment of the
manner I Iq, which Hon. W. Flour Representatives at Washington. aad Georgia. That the family federal constitution abolishing the life
.I IIOY, of D.Funiak: Springs II pushing "The national platform falls to denounce was one ot prominence as far-back as tenure of federal Judges, are additional ,
.....r his candidacy for Congress' In this the practice of gambling In the records ,,show Is evidenced by the evidences of Col.Flournoy's profound
I" district H. hat told the people plain 'futures. affecting the necessaries of fact that there exists the time ol and Intelligent Interest In the \
", lr: and unlquhocall where h. stands life or agricultural products:. Col. Laurent a town of Flournoy, In welfare of the people and his earnest
i on all pertlnlnt political questions. Flournoy promises to urge legislation ;Champagne aa woll as a family coat desire and intention to do all he cantor
and hat done It wlthuot slinging si against the gigantic. evil. ,His pronouncement If arms fully described In a genealogyiubllehed ; their relief. .
I word of abuse at either If his oppo'nent. against trusts and monopolies by: Oaliffe of Geneva, Swltwrland ;- Finally Col. Flornoy's Intense admiration
i .. The platform ot Mr. FlournoJIe Is the very: essence of the Ian. where a branch of the Flour- for the unimpeachable excel.
an admirable document the pro guage of the national platform on the loy family resided, and whence Lau- lence and stability of our time-honored -
duct ot an able and clean mind and subject. x ent Flournoy fled to escape persecu- representative system of government, 1
; should b.'carefully r.qd and weigbed No laborer or employer: of labor can lon on account of his religion. The and his unreserved and ardent devotion
by every Toter. No on. questions his conscientiously reject or criticise Col.: sotto appended to ,the coat of arms to the principles underlying It.
abl11tr: or political integrity: The only Flournoy'a advocacy of Maws that will u: "Ex fore fructus-from the flowir foundations, find eloquent expressionIn
J question to b. considered I. whicta properly control and regulate both labor fruit" the flower of the walnutAll the concluding paragraph of his
;. 011. of the three candidates would and capital. and their necessary of which Is quite interesting platform when he declares It to be .
b..t represent the interests ot thin organizations; that they: may have a rat for all of which Col. Flournoy: "the best product of Christian civilization <
.., district In ConlCr. Mr. Flournoy' plain, speedy; safe and adequate adjustment. tares very little. His life has been for the government of man"
.. friends insist that be I. that candidate J .' The national platform es nuch too full'of hardships and laboror while reserving to the people the Inherent "
and that" his. election should beo.erwb.lmlns. pecl emphalzaes. the 'right Of wage him to take Into account the ques. and Inalienable right of pet.
There Is no Queatlor earners and producers the protection Jon of ancestors, except to rejoicehat tlon "for changes in the organic law .
but that h. will develop surprl.ln of wages and the improvement of labor they were honest and God-fear- The levying of a special tax or the ': /
strength In the primary but Mr. May. conditions does not refer to ng and possessed the hardy stuff of granting of extraordinary; privilege.,
bas quite a hold upon the people an regulation. Colonel Flournoy Insists vhlch self-denying pioneers are made. over which they should have final decision.
'. It remains to b. seen whether,or not upon the necessity of regulating both Vnd while It Is true' that "blood will ." .
that canbe supplanted-Tallahassee labor and capital,' (In Its relation to .ell," It Is also true that he who works Col. Flournoy and his friends have ,
True Democrat. March 22. 1912. labor), to the end 'that both may navt tut his own path- In life has little need been both surprised and delighted at
a plain speedy safe and adequate ad >f ancestors, save the everlasting the numbers of strong earnest and
NO CLAP.TRAP-A STUDENT ANC Juatment;' ;Just as the regulation of gratitude ,tor his priceless heritage.DeFunlak .- Influential citizens. ,In different parts. .
., ;. 1tTATESMAN. the rates and tolls of public utilities' Herald,. March 21, 1912. of the district who have recently-

'. 'Col. Flournor': platform as 'pub are calculated to adjust differences particularly: since the publication ,
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between these organizations and the of his platform-voluntarily: profferred
: '" Ibhed last week .Is just 'a plain prao =PATRIOTIC AND DEVOTED TO ,
'I .' Ucal outspoken document a. might people who use them. to him their enthusiastic support;; and "
.' .. be expected from a man who' has al "The national platform pledges the DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES. this too, In many Instances where
:"" : <. ; ways' occupied the position be hal Democratic party to the enactment of "Our vEmmetf ,evidently thought it more or less definite or formal pledges -
.>: ;, .:' -,. both In public and private lite. the law defining the liability of the would be a. good vote catcher to ads of support had been Intimated or hall .
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'; "In It be Covers,every: live issue 'off employee on account of Injuries; to the rocate in his speech at Milton the' es- promised to other candidates. With .,
.' { '.:' :p -', the dar: in terse sentences that do not' body or loss of life while In the die bliBhment of an "agricultural expert- such unselfish patriotic devotion to .
I t,., ,'. admit ot any: misoonstruction. but leI charge of duty. Col. Flournoy urges Dent school" (whatever thatjnay be) Democratic principles and to our '
forth his views clearly,.and show hllll the perfection of the act, for more n every: congressional district Col. time-tried and Indestructible form of 4. .
to b. both a student'and a statesman adequate protection and compensation "tourney: contenta himself with broad true representative government as
H. does not.go Int an extended die 'without injustice to the employer.' tnd liberal doctrine of "enlarged facilities Col. Flournoy has displayed In his
0" cuilion ot any of the policies advocat.d ''We favor aid ,to State and local at Agricultural College," for platform apd speeches, is It any wonder
.' or undertake to,aar: why: they are authorities In the constitution and .he practical education of farmers' that hasty' and unconaldered'com. '
-.,: right leaving thryt to be elaborates maintenance of post roads,' says the ind garduera' sons, and the farmers mittals stand for naught, and that so
uUt In his addresses upon the stump national platform. Col.: Flournoy. at md gardners themselves, in the pruwlples uuur of the'vel7 best and most representative
'"Tta.re I. nothing 01 the appeal tt Congressman wljl advocate 'businesslike > of modern agriculture to the citizens throughout the
?.R,.. clap.trap sentiment and In no para appropriations' for good roads and that they may: "increase their proluctlon district are flocking to his ,upporUOe -* .
.; graph does this more clearly appear but wisely qualifies his purpose by de and profits. nlak Herald, March 28. 191Za .".
-::.. r. thansthat In reference to the initiative nylng 'the use of the national treasuryfor Recognising the fact that national ..
": and,.. r.terendum. 11. favors those commercialism or to gain local favor Banks are forbidden to loan money THE KIND !HE 18. :
,. Nlaclpl.. '.0 ,far &I they: can be prac for selfish ends.' A 'post road' la ipon real estate, and also that the
,:J. "caJlr: applied. ,and .0 states rather any: highway over which the U. .S regulations, and'reatrlctlons governing In the Greenville Times of the 8th
,.. than urlnc' that he favors them ina Malls are transported. To seek the ither banks are almost equally prohibitory tnst, ,appeared "A good letter from:*:;: .
.o reference, to every: law passed br: the passage of bills giving "Federal aid to ; Col.- Flournoy advocates the good, candidate" as The Times' head; ,
legislature which( would be ImpracU Any kind of road would not only be tc aassage of "laws that will create land ?tine says, from which we extract the ...
,'r. -, oaL Iii depart from the language and meaning mortgage banks, making the lands and following, illustrating the sort of cam.
r "To our mind,. however, there :' of the national platform; but might bf arms of the farmers, available aa security paign Colonel Flournoy, the writer of
nothing more significant In the whole' I Invoking 'the use of the national tress for necessary loans. He also tarors the letter making: "
platform than the opening para&Tapb ury for commercialism or to gain local each improvement In the com- ""In "this campaign as In every other .
.,. wher.11I. be says: that b. will diligently : favor for selfish ends;' and to suck mercial and monetary systems: aa to ;)ne.. I have and shall desire, only: to
study: the matters outlined below The'tverage t efforts.Col. ,Flournoy is rightfully: op Insure both 'adequacy and safety.: stimulate respect and esteem for'
,'.. platform of the candidate 1m posed. Existing restrictions In the laws ;ruth and principles in the Individual
"''''\; plies that he knows everything; that:! "Other declarations In Col. Flour and regulations governing; the civil raters in paying their part to this government
:::,:" th.r.Ie to know' about every public ooy's: platform will be considered la service system forbid Its benefits to and their obligation thereto
;:\ iU..tlolI.. Cols Blournor: pledges him. ter."-DeFunlak Herald, March 21 large numbers of the population. Col In the selection of their Congressman.
.. self to be a student -of these matters .1912. Flournoy would amend these so as to' S I hope that the voters in
:-- and b. glided by the result ot tholll enable every citizen to "participate In ,this campaign will demand from the)
'.; ; tavestigaUons, and that alone should AN ABLE DEMOCRAT. the duties and ranks of citizenship." candidate an honest clear expression
7 '\ '" commend him to con.ld.ratlon oj The platform of Col. Wm. W. Flour As State Senator. Col. Flournoy of his own characteristics and his own "
.. _.. : :' ..." intelligent ...oter."-DeFun1a1l who Is making a clean and vlgftrous strongly advocated the passage of his Ideas and conception of Government,
'.. .. Br88se, March 11, 1912. coy campaign for Congress troll! bill providing for the taxation ot Inheritances so that they can discharge their constltutlonal .
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., .. .. ." r' this district will be found In this Is by the. state and favored duty. I have "
;. .. PATRIOTIC, ,PAIR HONEST. lue of the Advertiser. It is an able the adoption of the amendment to tee got to go to Congress but I have got '.
'. The declaration of principles that document and should be given serious United States Constitution authorizing to be true both to myself and to the t
.. ", ", ... will govern the official conduct oj consideration .by every voter In th a tax upon Incomes that would compel' voters; and ft elected I shall be ac
-, i' \ ". Host Wm. W FlournoT, It he should dl.trlct.-Bon1far: Advertiser. tboe.- o.t able to aid In bearing the lye fearless, and true tq my utmost
.. .. be nominated and elected to b. a burden of the expense of maintaining to: every interest within the scope of
'- > '.'> Congressman from the Third District the general government. For the rea. % Congressman's duty."
v,_ ',' or Florida which embraces a partial SOME 'ANCESTORS, TOO. ton' that his Inheritance bill w..not Isn't .that the kind of man the people
'. .. snnmeratfon of the measures 'bf The Pensacola Journal Mr. Emmett reached, on the House calendar after Of the Third District desire to '
pledgea to favor, diligently: study and Wilson's chief sponsor In a "broad Its passage by the Senate early in the : servo as their Representative? Do
J advocate should appeal strongly to lido." editorial In his behalf published session It did not become a law,"and o they need any more Impressive assurance -
the inteliigent and unbiased .consid'eratlon several days ago; laid much stress up legislative action on the Income tax than. his utterances to convince
.r or every voter In the dl.trlct- DQ his excellent family: connections amendment had to be referred to the them that Colonel Flournoy measures
.:, to hiss native good sense, to his pat \ well known resident of the Third next legislature to comply; with the up to the full standard of their requirements
rlotlo impulse In the.dlrectlon of lalr.- District, referring to the editorial was clear provisions of the state constitution ?-DeFunlak Herald. March
Refs gpdJt9nest% IJ1. tl1e_ n.1uct! 01l. tieard. tft tfim&tkY1L: our, maD la Jilt platform. COL rlQYl noy 8. 1912.i .


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leally Beautiful. Custom That Exist, ,.Colored Driver of Garbage Wagon r

IIar j .Among: Arabs East of I Said ,That Kept His BALE PER ACRE"
" the Jordan. From Stumbling; .

"Arabs east of the Jordan have": The colored driver- of an
u've heard that often of recent and
,which garbage'wagon was years,
nistom shows$ a kindly ling'Ine
No toward another,," writes aitrar- street urgently exhorting hear it more often each 'season' from 'now )

g. il. "If a man's horse dies (next to melancholy-looking horse! : .

3 BaShave S 3 ii s eldest son, his best companion) his steps. The animal's you making it? Can .you make it?
,. tie ,neighbor wilt bring in another hanging out. just as a
ions and put it in the stall of the adding to -its dejected people are doing it and we'khow,. you can,

'it'' L verytt n ow, lead one and allow it to remain seven hanging out so far, in fact, will. ; '

, ', 15c. days, :thinking in some measure cJ\Sion--comment. little better seed....:a levin** hes deeper
HairculUn 25c. ,x> make up for the loss of the dead "What makes that .
Shampoo 250. -a. little more care in cultivation and-
Massage; 25c. tnimaL The women also do some- hang but-that way Y". ,' '
Hair Singe 25c. ;hing similar when a baby dies. A' stander. 800 pounds per acre' of : "
f fI relation friend the bereaved "What :for does it hang
We : .or; wijl! give -
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lidttYow :
Vi" tronage. mother her pwn baby to nurse peated the driver.: "Why, :
( :Fertilizer 1 ,
'im from stumblin' ,
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Very Resp Uy, end care for during seven days; in keep ,
W, D. Pe Pt op1-a. J hat time .the parent is supposed to know nothing?' .. '\..

Secome reconciled to her.loss. "Keep him from I 'by the Inter-Cultural Method.

"Memory calls up ,a touching insident : do' YO\11 figure that out?" *

I that occurred, in our domestic "Why,"' explained* the easy-and certainly very profitable. .' ,
die in Moab. Soon after our advent "don't you see if that
lht wife stumble he'd bite his I right now that you Will make it. ,>
Iearttaut :ito that land my had the misfortune -
our tcrb. n
. ann I
N fPllt 'Itr putmt, vr+rtlt turrra ? t. 1 to lose a little one It You know that hoss ain't be sure your dealer gives .you Armour "
Ii prn r n a'T o.c1g1t '
, r"rdTrADE toon became known and the women, do no such fool,thing .as I

were very grieved about it. A, day

''. riRr uturno Ji w ffir Q +aa.. n I,u a E?; ir two after a young chief that had Tu MOTHKR3 AN D DTU : K. Vi LLS 'Agent.' ;
MVllnlnand wa ie de Arh 8, -.rS ilways been kindly disposed toward You slut ue Hack ('II', Arnica ,. ,
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report oa 'tatat bt .1y' '
heFn xtlural.ae ,13 presented himself at our door.. aura children of ecr niii, -, \ .: :
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ryluenr tnodoe14 k{ chattnx scaly nn ) crulstcd ; Vhipley v
i him in he entered and ,
' swtPa r "I asked well us heir HcclilfiitAl .
iI :fB ,YMi P 9 from under his cloak brought a tiny l>tin'-, brut..te.l'tii\: .' with, |<< !' I '.

5pp.U.S.Patent t ash'ar 1; .'r1 J.' ': whit lamb. He put it into my,wife's Noihinir 11 I tt li.. .le). H 'pl. .:''LI 1: FERTILIZER WORKS,.
'I'm -.< c'r', nt.r..< aIla or f .t- !4 .>. | ,
J arms, -saying, sorryforyour;
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I toss, and if I had a baby would have ,--- JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
tent it to you to,care for until you
HISTORY OP POLO.Polo
l bad got over your grief; I had' this, -

lamb, BO- have brought "it for you is ,the most
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THr LITTLE, MAN. probably hockey, golf and Class Saw Mill Machinery
w are but modifications 'of .

roar lituo-rank* big moaftT- Simplex*, futei. Uere,:my little man, is a penny earliest record of the game WjB carty atour.newwarehouse, 408
WfcXmnnlna IT'ALLI$ TATlflBf KB. *v rj, for Now what do sian, and date back six and 410 East Bay St., a large stock of
el you'proposQ
. fitted With wire valilM'tfrlvr'ut-out tualv you. Portable, and Stationary Engines; Lor
I inn tad udustablell.rS, Improred carriage to do with it r' before Christ. In
years comotive and Horizontal Return Flqe
I kin' dnvli-o li( quick< r1tM ond a time i ' I Ut! m nil lz ,.pqrtltbl* tAlatstipaary.r "I! guess I'll buy an Oriental seems ,to ,have been known Boilers; Saw-Mills, Planers, Edffera
I <.aacnrnr..uAery,-brtitue..tlepbmarhi.... uK* rug Saws, Beltingand Mill Supplies; n1!*o
I to, oulun,
S Tyai: Iron toHuTioi 15.'Maws It.Wo ud on.myself," replied the, little but it rose into favor ;handle'the celebrated': line of HUSTLEK -
,. .,r4 TAYLOR, VANCE. AMR1SK-
half a century ago, when the ;
( rol', 'M ICAN and DEL/OACH Saw' Mini-,
promptly olttiUu u,:;ands ForgnM i residents to '
John W. Biclcelsmlti: Greensboro. l'a.. began ERIE, LEFFEI;. TAYLOR and
: most was introduced into Engines and Boilers, PERKINS Shingle Mill Machinery. Spa
has_three children, and like children game
!rm they frequently takb oo d., "We bave tried by the officers of the Tenth hlnery for Turpentine Plants. :
I A carried for immediate Get before
Shipment. our prices buying-
several kind> of cough medicine" bo says .
f'I about 1863, 'but ,at that money. A postal will bring our Traveler.
! but bue never round any vet that did them '
players used hookey tticks' coveringyour special requirements.
jell modal Koto&or>t1>ol"cl luit ttlon for aa much good all Chamberlain's Uovgh Horne
i, Inereport oa ratontjvli'iUy. lor free book ," For sale by Al) Dealers. Hard balls. It was John JVleilstoy Mac'hJ..e yCo.:
, Peenlaa ,1VCyl6iDnE1'JADKS "MN1 of' the Thirteenth ,
E. ttay.St. J .Jacksonvill F.orldn.
EARTH ,IS BEING WORN AWAY drew up ,the rules and Long Dlmtan'o Telephone No. 8'7.-
+ which changed polo from Bank."A ..

,I Surface of Country' is Removed atRate' skill-less game into'. MACHINERY CO.
of an Inch'Every
sport. ,
i Opposite U.Sfl Patent OfficeWASHING..ON ] 780 Years 431 E. Bay Street ; i
D. C. j JACksONVILL, F-, LORID '
j', Because of erosions of numer' If you have trouble! ,In getting '
' - cold know that ure ':
ous drainage basins -of the United you may you' Largest; stock of Machinery!
Ing it properly. Tbere I* no
States thee surface of the country is ct ld shouH,bang on'for weeks in Florida for saw mills .and',

Woods Seeds being removed at the average rate of not If you take Cbaniberlttin's: ._ planing mills. -. '

an inch in every 760 years. Thatis elt,. For ssle by All Ueslers. ''t' EAtfQUHAR MACHINERY
Foe rather comfortable to know. It -
912. has been. built for 57 ,
It will take a great many years before WEDDED DESPITE. years"".
more built today than other -
Cur New Descriptive Catalog any
the land is again sunk beneath the
ii fully up-to-date, and tella. ) all ocean. The, geological .survey is A marriage was ,, Let.U3'tell you why- -:' !. ,
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\about the best.! sponsor for this information.It other day in Pittsburgh, .Send for catalog:and price. .
testifies the of ,
to
I powers
Garde11and'rarmj that ,
says !additionally althoughthe --
of both bride and .
f ; ; amount ;may: appear trivial it ..; j :,,'
EMMETT WILSON. ;
who Poles
Seds. is stupendous when 'considered "as atotl1r. couple, .are' -:
: farmer nd gardener (n a Polish'church, "
; Every The Mississippi river carries --
r, have of this the altar with the upper ; '
should a copy catalog annually'to the sea 133,400,000 tons!! ...
,which has!JJong J been recogi,. of dissolved matter and 340,600,000 their'bodies swathed in: ,

nized as a standard authority. tons of suspended matter and of cause 'burns received :

[or the full and Correct informa-. this total the ohio river carries 83- they were to start for' "5lz .
i:ion which it giveagf' the bride's veil caught :fire,
3&OOOO, tons and the Missouri river
We are headquarters: for twice as much. The Colorado river, red! grate 'igniting her "
Grass and Clover Seeds, Seed and that of-the//'' bridesmaid,
which has. built :.up for Itself a vast '. "
Potatoes, Seed Oats Cow Peas, was seriously burned. In ", ,
delta, brings down mora suspended ;
'Soji Beans and aH farm Seeds. the women the man was .
matter than any other- river:; in the ;
food's Descriptive Catalog mailed United States, delivering annually injured. The ceremony ?r ,
1 requestffiWrite lot it. its delayed, while the sufferers r"r
fee on : 38 T tons for each square mile of
tended to by a physician. ,
drainage basin, or: a total of 100-
r,W. WOODS= SONS, noo'oo; > tons.. .. party then proceeded to ,
:-iBteimond ;
Va.' ,
the
Seedsmen, The rivers of the United States leaving prospective
writhing in pain.
carry jto tidewater every year; 270-

Til 000,000() tons of dissolved matter and SERIOUS.MISTAKE., ;'..,
&513,000,000, tons of suspended mat- -. ,

'ter. This, total 783,000,000/ "ton$ "Now I suppose that man .\
GreaMmverRomcdy. represents more than 350,000,000 spree me." '"

,cubic yards of rock, or 610,000,000 ?wbyr,

yards of surface soil. If this erosive "He asked me for advice

-action, says the geological survey, !der a misapprehension, I"
had been concentrated on the Isthmus the kind that, was good for o

>, .of Panama at the time of the stead .of' the kind he '

.American occupation, it would have J

excavated the prism for;an 83-foot Do yon know that of all tbe
level canal in 73 days. ments colds are by far the most
It Is not the eold Itself that you
but the serious diseased tbat It
'oiAiHIbU3 Nitwd, to. Most of tbese ire known as (
comes front Dr. .f. T. Curtis.Owlgn ,.Xao. ses. Pneumonia: and
lie writes) "1 not only cu-ed bad eases among them. Why not take
ofocz nmln my patients with Klectrio: Cough,Remedy sad cure jour
ON SAKE. AT !Hitters, but itlin cured ciy selfhy them of you cant For isle by All
the sumo disease. 1 feel sure they will --
I City ElJJIK Store, benefit; soy'case ot eCZ JJl3." This shows HUGH
I what thousands bav proved, that Elect rig
Chipley. Fla, Bitters Is a most ell'ecthe! blood purifier, DEINXIST.Crown Candidate for Congress.
Us so excellent: remedy for eczema tetter.
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salt bolls ana running sores.
rbeum, ulcers '
oGataesvillei and Bridge Work a
L,1Ii11 was ,sod bowels, .S '
,F. It stimulates liven kidneys '
Tbursda : "' lookingafter I expels poisons, helps digastioo, build up ALL WARS For The Banner ,

lt nestcad matters. : \ I theetrengtne rri0ej> ,eta. Satisfaction: ... !a.OMce Over, blple7 State ,

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Entertainment at Chipley High School -

] Personal. IT Aaditoriaa, Friday Evening[ ( ]j Town Topics. IT 1 '

April 12. 8. P. M. MOST :,_

Mrs. R. L. Brooks of Vernon,, J. S. Griner, candidate for __ "
visited here Monday. :ADULTS 35 CENTS CHILDREN 15. State Treasurer, was in town ANY

All funds to go to High School Tbursday. He also spent a few .
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Candidate for sheriff M. W
{ Library. All together we have hours at Vernon. Mr. Griner
Brett was in town Friday.
bought $76.00 worth of books for says he is not simply a candi- .BANK.

r : Mr. Morris of Vernon, trap, the Library since Xmas .(exclusive date for the emoluments of the ,, '...i/.Ems?,, ,

sacted business here Monday. of freight. ) Come out. We office, but says it is!,his ambitionto '.;/ Fr, .L.
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Sewell Cook, of Geneva Ala., need your help. We will do our be real service to the people of fashionhen" 'r""

transacted business here Mon- best ,to make the evening pleas the state. Read his announce- Can .baodle :y'our business after a .
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; ant for you and yours. ment in another column. When'times:
day.J. The following is the program." time are )ioo 1 and money eauy. :
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H. Porter, candidate for i%
County Treasurer, spent Friday Part 1. Mays Stood Firm. are hard and, money tight you feell{the. : ] .
Instrumental Solo
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iaPr<
Miss Nellie William Congressman Mays did not .
here.Mr. witht'a.Big { ""
;' Day, of Panama City, was Recitation: .Mis Mildred Farlor, vote for that $75,000,000 pension need of a business cohnectton ,.,.;:'t'01,1 f, ,.

among the visitors here last Vocal Solo: Miss Myra Lee Peters increase for he realized that the Bank .
Recitation; Miss Lanra: Mae Pender Strong andReliable |
week.E. increase in pensions would ma-
Recitation; Miss Ruth McGeachy, .. &!'
M. Newman, of Bayhead, Instrumental Solo: Miss Ruth Lockey, terially interfear with the absolutely 'credit*,
make
Do banking business and your :
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Vocal Trio: of the your &
necessary expenses
was a business visitor here last ,'
Misses Williams,Judson and, White. r J
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He the :
\ government. was only *:
ye week. Recitation: John: Coleman, good with the strongest Bank in :, .
Florida member of who "
congress fr
C. A. Grubbs;,was up,trom.bia, Iustr,.." mental Solo: I "
Marion Campbell I stood ,by the national democratic
Miss .
r Washington County. '
still near Wausau, and spent '
Part 2. platform in. its pledge to reducethe .:T*,

Friday. "UNCLE DICK'S MISTAKE," expenses of the national government. "- I ,",,
., H. Robinson of Fountain) .
/R- CASTLE: Miami Metropolis
"l J was shaking hands with friends Richard Covingion A N.: Y. Broker: I .. The First National :Bank

\here Friday. c.I Mr. Rex Farrior,
A Sad Death.
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Clarence Covington: His Nephew, of
Chipley.People's
Geo. in from his .
Myers was, _
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,' Mr. John Neel Campbell, Word was received here Mon-
still and mingled with ,friends Mrs. Livingstone: ,
,,1.,,1' here Friday. A .Charming Young Widow day morning that Miss Marie

9 r" E. N. Everett Sr., of..Everett's' Miss Lottie Livingston Miss:Lucile Her Collins Niece, Gardner been stricken, at with Panama paralysis.City, Her had '.." .,.......,......fJ ...,...........'.. .,....." .".,..,.." ...

., mill, spent Friday here transact Miss Laura Lee Pender. mother left on the:first train for

ing business.! -- Sammy:, Hopeful Young Son, her bedside. And the sad news S. GRINER
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Master .
Jesse'Tuggle.
Prof. J. R. Pumphrey, of was received Wednesday morn- ...
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Instrumental Solo: Mrs. Hazel Myers
/Southport, spent a day and night Recitation: Joe: Parlor, ing that she had died Tuesday
for State
Candidate
here last week.' Pantomime: night, and her remains would be ,

Evelyn Carmichael ahd Wm. Lockey. brought here Wednesday evening .'
"C. C. Johnson, and Miss Cora .
Instrumental Solo: The funeral will take place Treasurer
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Sapp, of Vernon, were visiting Miss Zllla Hutchinson

p'i'4 here Thursday. Recitation: Miss Maggie Allen this morning. The many friendsof ... ,
,d ;
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the family extend sincere .
Instrumental Solo: y 1.
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Round :"
/"Mr. Hays, of Lake} -
/ Miss Pauline William spmpathy. Subject to the decision of the primary, respectfully solicits!
spent two or three,days here las .
,, \week; prospecting.Miss & / the) support of the voters of the State. He is a native of Florida,]
Curtis L. Jones, for Treasurer. Execntathre Committee,Meeiing( the son of a Confederate veteran and an unswerving Democrat!

McSwain, of DeFunfak, Two weeksago the Banner Never asked for office until a few years ago,when be'was elected!

", spent Sunday here, the guest of said "so for as we are advised Treasurer of'Bradford County. In this office he has saved hundreds
-: the Misses Alford. To The Members ot The: Democratic -
there is only one candidate for of dollars to the people of his county by refusing to charm

. Wesley Britt, wife and child county treasurer," But now we Executive Committee.You commissions on a certain class of disbursements. He was one of]

,'. ren of Bonifay were among the are glad to tell you there are two are hereby called to.meetat the first men in the State to agitate a reduction in the fees of

visitors here Friday.T. candidates for this important the Court House Vernon at county treasurers and is therefore entitled to part of the credit!

/* H. Callahan and wite, left" office. 10 oclock Saturday, April 13th, for the law passed by the last legislature which'will- result ins

/Sunday evening for Westville, to Curtis L. Jones one of Wau- ,1912, for the 'purpose of appointing saving of thousands of dollars to the taxpayers of the State. EeJ

Visit their parents. SJ. sau's prominent young& businessmen managers of the primary election will faithfully dischrrge the duties of the office it elected-
and do such other things in
makes announcement in
A. Jeffries, one of our most connection. with said, election ass
.. this week's paper for treasurer
'a prosperous farmers, spent and from what be tells,us, has a required by law. Well, We Are HereWith ] j

Thursday"* here.on business. '\ splendid chance for election, as This meeting is important. ,

t. // R. C. Horne, of Lynn Haven, prominent and influential men in Come promptly at the hour. The Goods!

(came in Friday, and ,spent the all sections of the county have The county Candidates are invited -

Week end here with his family, > voluntarily tendered him their to attend the meeting. What? The Best of Fresh Meats. 'w ,

/ Attorney D, J. Jones left Mon- vote and influence. W. C. LOCKEY, Beef, Pork, Sausage, etc. > -.:+, )!).

/day evening& tor Pensacola, to attend ,/ Read his' announcement: .and r Chairman. Everything up-to-date and neat and clean.
: \ important legal business X when you go to the polls remem-
ber his request Those who ,Milk Cows for Sale. Prompt service. 'Phone 125.,
:j, The Chipley Furniture ,Co., ... 1 I
know Curtis best, all say he is Four fresh young cows and
;,; received a carload of Furniture well ,worthy.x>f YOU vote. calves; also some dry cattle for SKINNER & SHARRON.. I
;;:; Monday, with another to follow. .. sale at a bargain.
-q 1 .W. E. MORRIS.' Next to Banner Office. -
< L. W. Ennis and J. J. Pelt, ex- The high cost of living isn't ..... .. I
!; curted to Southport and Lynn .
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nearly as mysterious as, the arguments .
Haven last week, and spent a that try to explain it.

\ .. couple of days.Attorneys ,
'Fraternal societies could do a ,
f 1 Wells, Carmichael great work if they would live up

Judge Hutchinson Butler, Sapp to: their privileges and obliga A PIECE OP ADVICE '

.'.:,w and McRae left Monday for Ver-. tions. :

;, non to attend county court. I I

,, --,'''1' E. R. Etch of .Lynn Haven, Notice of Election. .;

v come in Friday evening, spent By'an order of the Board of Public In- '
; tructlon of Washington/ County Issued ," ,,3s:
the night, returned Saturday, April 1st 1913. notice Is hereby given that ;- .. ; ,; .' .
an election will be held In each of the following ,: .
,'tII with promise to come again. Special Tax School Districts I. on .... .' ,' ,.,.k.y, ,,
Tuesday the 14th of A. ir 1913. a
day .May.
,'::' ': .. Messrs. Clarence and Willie for the purpose of electing; three (3)) trustees "I 4 ': We offer in your interest is "Buy Good ,.. : -:
';, and to determine the mil lane to be : .
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Bond and Miss left
slIder Helen
assessed and collected lu each for the ,.
succeeding :, )Hardware
last Saturday for Pensacola to two years. : or none, at All" Tha's what, '::,.' ,:,

,. .':'" attend an Easter Mask Ball. Inspector The following!' and clerks.persons were appointed ,,', ..., we do and it certainly pays us' as it '''?';-i:ir"t
District No. a.-St. Andrew-W R WII.co. _.,.
/' Supt. Gainer, and Curtis Jonesof \ ..John RThompsonJ W Purcell, In- .c will pay you. '. .:+;- fy..
/ tors, M. U. Post Clerk. I _
epee ,
Wausau spent a' day or two -< co'..."'
District No 9.-Pt Washington-OeorgeJnderwood.
I here last week, shaking, hands/ L Casy, J L Rasa,Inspectors ,:"> Buying only the '. "

worthy
.' S. A. esley., Clerk. we, have
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and feeling of the political puts/. ., ,
District No. 4-Mlllvllle-Willis" Jones, I ,
: Messrs.,Jeff Grace, Lloyd Miller J O'.,II.Harrison Damn, Clerk.1
and Mites Leila Grant, of District No. ft South Boolr!fay J. A, ti :time ycu want Hardwate of any der-; '
1f' ...... Graceville, spent Sunday the Sims E.Carkhuff. lames Anderson, Ins '
'' Dectors, W. R. Miller.. Clerk. .. ,
'r' Miss Miss Stan- \. .t' i scription you'll be
'. ;;. 2'uest'of Bertha District No. 6VernonD. F. Carter doing the best
/ ton. John T. Curler, Harriott Hlnson, Inspec : "
tors. Walter Berdersnaw,Clerk. thing to come to our store. '
i''', .: The Birmingham News wants District No. 7-1'omjklns-B. B. Ellis,

-oJ"-' to know why Senator Stepheson George W. *'.ScnrloclcClerk McGee E. Kyser. Inspectors, .'.". ", ,,

,,..:- should not have his Beat, since he District No. 8-Union-Daniel Hasty .
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," "bought and paid for it." A very Tom Collins. C. B. Waller, Inspectors .:
_, logical view to take of the case. Neal J. Yates, Clerk. .
", District No. 11-Long Bay-J.T. Wells, '
G. J. Mendenall U, ,and wife of Benjamin ors, Joe BrockClerk.Pipkin! W..p. Nelson, Inapec- Dunn-ColemanCompany Chiplc?. '
Macom, come in Sunday eveningand ;
All qualified voters within the territory : 1 FU.
spent the night'with friends. are entitled to vote In this election ;
.' Mendenall left and tickets must. be written on plain "
Mrs Monday I -
white '
morning for1' Midway, Fla., to I paper. o. B. Busm A. G. AlcQUAGGE General. Manager.,
: ::'V a+3.. .,. B. D\ GAINER '
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