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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 18, 1912
Frequency: weekly
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Coordinates: 30.779167 x -85.539167 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1893; ceased in 1943.
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Vol. XIX. Chipley, Washington County; Florida April IBth. 19':2.: Mo. -4;:
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,. People in Town Are Among;. MUSLIN UNDERWEAR ever shown_ in Ch'ii>-

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SWEET PICKELS
BLACK EYE PEAS. CABBAGE. .' ';a." So Why not buy it ready-made. (a
POTATOES. ONIONS. ,,,,.
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" Specialist, Attorney and Counsellbr at Law
I L ,Will lIJe in Ctjipley at Dr:.Wilson's ,
, office the First_Tuesday in July Bonlfay Fla. ;
1912. Consultation and exami- NO BACK BREAKING SWEEPING Office In-0-Lindsey, BuildingjWP"Prompt -.

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i IRA A. HUTCHISON. clients

Attorney at Law.' will clean half so well as the use of
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Office at Vernon Fla. NEW .
: the latest model, ball bearing carp -
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Will practice in Circuit Courts. of et sweeper. Come and try it. When
Florida and the Federal Courts. .
you are through: take a look at. our BarberShop. .

DR. R. E. TILLER. h V new showing of furniture intendedfor wwwO-OwwwwwiaRGT.

DENTAL BURGEON, People of taste. We want you to
.H. CALLAHAN. Propr.I .
,Chipley. FloridaOffice see it for we know tnat if you havea l

..... over.First.Nat'l) Bank. furniture need you'll fill it.here. have just opened a barbershop
in the Dekle old building on
R. SCARLETT, corner'west of First Nat. Bank,
.. Chipley Furniture Company.Railroad and will appreciate a share of
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your barbering trade. I guarantee -
I Real Estate Handled, Street Chipley, Fla. to give you satisfaction
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Collections a specialty. iDi Shave flOc.

Office in First National Bank. Hair Cut 25o.I .

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:; j:; the problem all figured out. It's easy. to demonstrate that we can .,save you money on your {jj

}purchases] giving you an assortment to select from as large as any shown in ashington County. >< '
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''I ti The women who have visited our Dry Goods DepartMen's Furnishings have not been overlooked by us. ,
Ali, ment have been loud in their praise of the 'assortWe can talk to you about a new Mat: Shirt Collar. diii'

ment found on our shelves:and they are likewise sur Cuffs, Ties, Underware, Hosiery or :in fact anything 'fi

prised 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.. .
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food Reason Why Traveler Could Not

Church Dlret rv. Encourage Degrading Desire Saved !
M. E. Chuei"h. South.-Preaching every for Opium. '
., and Srd Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Wt'll

,1.Sabbatb U. Chap School Panor.10 a. m. W. N. Sfaeats. Dr. W. 35. Gell, the Explorer, was '
Sa :Diking about the Chinese love oftpium" "I refused to be operated l
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-* Young Prayer Men's Meeting prayer Thursday meeting nights.Tuesday on the morning I heard

Dlab.'.. Everybody cordially tnvlb+d. "The Chinaman from this province about Cardul,," writes Mrs. "

Baptist Church--Preaching- every 2nd ," said Dr. Gell, "is always tall- .Elmer Sickler, 'of Terre a \

and 4th /Sunday.! Rev. Uaxtgr.pastor. :jig you what an opium fiend the Haute. Ind. "1 tried Car- 1 ,
.. Sabbath School. ft. m., *. C. llawkSnperlnteneent. ,. Dhinaman front that province is,and dui, and it helped me i ix.4 I

Prayer Meeting Wednesday nlghta. rice versa. There's a story about it. greatly. Now, I do my own

'" "A Stt man'was condemning the- washing and Ironing"
Fosto.,. Dlre..ry. >plum> ,excesses of the Flowery Jliaos.H !
Office hours 7: /Sundays.! E63Take
Bast-bound mall closes at 10:30: a.m the Flowery Miaos country, and >318 !
West-bound mall closes at (::10 p.m. in desert region a Flowery Mao CARD
Mall from Vernon arrives at 10 a. m. ivertook him and said; I
and leaves on arrival of the east bound.
mall. "'Stranger, I will give you my II

/Sunday! hours: 11:30: m., to 12:90 p. m., oat for one pipe of opium/ .1 I

Money Orders Issued at all hours; 'when "But the Su man refused. So the The. Woman's Tonic II
Is Sundays.
office open except
J-P HCHELL. P. M Plorye :Hiao said? Cardul is a mild, tonic

'Stranger, for a pipe of opium remedy, purely vegetable I

Oar Clubblug u... [ will give you 'my coat and: ,my jade and acts in a natural
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.. ,Journal, per year 11.75. "Still the Su man! refused, and on the delicate,woman

BANNKB and Thrice,.-week New York :he Flowery Miao then said J ly constitution, buildingup

,.World UA.NNKB,' per Semi-weekly year/,! 1.65. ), Tlmes-IV "'Stranger, give me a little opi-I 'strength, and toning up I 4 ll i Vljl Ri

.;.- ,n and Ultlxen, per year, 1.W. am. See, I offer you my coat, my the nerv.es. In the past 50

i.-' v BAWNEBaud Home and Farm, vet vai |fade ring and even my chain of gold years. Cardui( has' helped >

1.8ft for it. i .more than amillion'women. ',,'

.\ .. "At this ,pointt a listener said, to YOU are urged to try it, "
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., /STATE! OFFICIALS. "'Well, did you give Mia the opi it, will do you good. '
Governor-Alber W. Gllchrlst. um or noU"
At all drag stores.
Secretary of St.ate-H. Clay" Crawford. "'Give him the opium?* snortedthe

Attorney General Park Trammel] Su man. 'Give him the opium I ;Candidate for COl1gres:,.Thitd District i

Com Agriculture E. McUn.I And me with 80 miles to go and .. 1

I '. Treasurer-Wm V. Knott. only enough opium for about 10 .. .. I
IN VAUDEVILLE: .
-,r :; Supt. Public Instruction-. M Bollo.., pipes for myself I'" ....-' .." "....-. .. ....' .:. 4 ,'. "-', '';'. -," '',', -J\'", ',. ,

; : way /' ," : .::>Vqte JoWMays: for ;.Congress.'iHe .'.
; Comptroller: G.Croom. The moot common cause of loaomla Is ,... '...I.. ..- ."' .,. ,,
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Supreme Court-Thos. M. Sh .ckleford, dIsorders tbtf stomaci). Chamberlain' 'J. .. .t '..:
Chief Justice: M. H:Mabrv. Cler-f. Stomach and Li vier Tablets correct, t iese always votes ,for .ulS. v; .
disorders and to For sale 1-- ', x
enable sleep ,
Railroad Commltsfqn-R. Hudson. Burr by All Defter you. "r- ,-,, -rt. ',,. /$in../'Ii. :j." v.%",;.1*.. ,
Chairman; R. C. Dunn, Clerk., W : ,
Judge first judicial clrcul-I. Emmett ) .\JBUTsees as >ve,. feel.. .: ,,.j.:; .

... Wolfe, Pensacola. FIVE. COMETS NOW I IN VIEW 04 A .,' -i.: -. .. .1 ''':' .

.State Solicitor: first judicial clrcul C. Astronomer studying*' Three In. the 0t He ..feels as" -we feels. ," .i
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,u. s. LAND OFFICE-:OFFICIALS. Southern-Hemisphere. ." TTulyhois;; one' of: us. .;:' t

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H. S. Chubb, Register, Gainesville,::1'11., There are now .five comets'engag "
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Shields Warren, Receiver Gainesville. the attention of observers two :
: ing w. B. President.'M.; ."t. DEKLE, F. M. OOLSON. 'I
y in the southern hemisphere, three in II,, 'Vice-President Cashier.'.
WASHINGTON COUNTY OFFICERS. the northern. Of these three the _

-. Circuit Clerk-W. C. Lockey,"Vernon. most conspicuous is Brooks', situated .. erws"r' i s Nationa.l'Ban.k'
County Judife--I. A.IlutchisonVernon. between Ursae Majoris and Lyrae.Ita .
/Sheriff! -0. G. Allen, ChIpley First Comedian-Whatts the difference i
Treasurer-H. B. Tiller, Vernon. position causes the tail of the between a clock and a business .. MARI2TNNA, FLA. .
Great Bear to appear _tor have :four < .. .
ru AsBS8 or-J.J. William; Chlpley. firm PSecond -
Tax Collector-W. B. Gainer, Kcoutana.!: stars in it instead of the usual three. Capital, $50,000.00 '
Comedian-Give it $
/Supt.! Public Instruction F Gainer, is Brooks' up
... The fourth of course,
First Comedian-When wind _,Solkll Accounts of Banks Firms ;
..: Waunaik comet it is now between the second you ; Corporations ana Individuals.! '
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i Supervisor of ReRlstratlon -J. W. them up the clock goes, but the :firm Our twenty years experience In the banking business/ enables ua to offer,
third
and magnitude in ,
Gainer, Econflna. brightness.It you the beat banking facilities of
tops. 'any bank in West f'orkla. ,We also have a',
County $Kollcltor A. D. 'Carmlchael.Chlpley. has been well photographed at fully,equipped Saving's Department in .which'we pay' Merest on deposits. Accounts ",
Greenwich, and shows a tail 15 degrees .. by. malt handled aa easily a* by personal interview.. '
When hate rheumatism! In root Send business.
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County Surveyor-Thos. 'Jolllna, Cary long.: The second comet of our you Cnmberlaln's Llulmenl,and your ;
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Vllle Fla, hemisphere is Quenisset's-the first you will get.quick' reflfcf. It cost but aqunrter. I. F. M. OLSON, C'aah.fe!".

County Commissioners: discoverer. Its.position on Septem \ :. Why cutler; For sale by. All ,
J. T. BIghtower, Chairman, Vernon.A Dealers.. ,
:C, GMbert Chlpley. ber 28 was right ascension, 15 hours, UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA..
S. L,. Dayls, Wausau. .. 1 minute, 29% seconds, and declina 'I' Statd.CollegeFor'.Women.GAINESVILLE \

.. ... J. H. Porter MlllvllleU. ( tion 64 degrees, 52 minutes, 8 sec WHY WE SING. But Inexpensive institution' TALLAHASSEE 'SLAiSuperior .I
F, Gunn, Santa Rosa. onds. It is' of the seventh magnitude Florida Men. nf Art* and Sciences. Normal School: ;
Young Subonlnt .
MuKic. School Art. Scbiiol of Expres- '
School Boards and can be. easily; seen in a Why does anyone desire to ring?, Four-'I"......Barr Iet-ura!experiment station I : bmi, fechool ol tlonie Kcnnomics. ,It .1
G. Bi Bush Chairman Orange mil ( To feeling and emotion. UairetwltyeatnnsYm; y46 protewiom and assistant First das equipment threiiKhout.: Tuition ,
small telescope. The third comet is express *. 80 per cent increase" In attendance II.IOt"Jrea Other expenses very low, For Informationaddress
S. J. Gainer, /St.! Andrew.W. does the technics year. Attractive buildings and campus., For __
Why study
the discovered anyone: :
.; ., F. Runs.Vernon.!! new one by Belpawaki catalogu.addre.a.. A. A. MIJ.raUlt! "aid..... IDWASD CONRAD, Presidal.
,at. Simies, Russia, at 3 :00 a. m. on of singingP'In order' to gain such "

CHIPLEY CITY OFFICIALS.! September 29. Its right ascensionwas understanding of the laws governing --'- !
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Mayor-U. H. Wells. 10 hours, and declination N 8 his voice that, he may use it to, express -

... Marshal-H. M. Farrior, degrees. It is moving eastward, and : the emotion there. it within Here's a Good fora
Clerk and Treasurer-W. W. Cook. was visible low down in the sky to him. Many students seem to lose Slogan

Council-A. D. Carmichael, chairman, the east, from 4:30 to IS :30' a. m. sight of this fundamental fact, and
C. B.Dunn. U. McGeachy, C. E. TharpW.
O. Butler, Jr. alas, many more never appear to Bigger and Better Business. (
HER TERRIBLE DREAM. have heard it I They have,some nation .
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Her face! la drawn, her eyes are fairly good tones that this will in f
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in the world is .wrong?" what technical skill .they may of the company'-ybu are:.. in or make way: for:>- the man

Chipley! Ffa( : asks the astonished friend. "I, never- acquire, unless they have something ." behind.. :' .*, !
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raw anyone so terribly. them express. ,: '" ,-': : .-
:. Stand for tbe Upbulldinrlofj: "It is all because of an awful ,r '
nightmare had last night/*explainsthe ( I Nlslt'/'EF.N! / M 1LESA: / KECUMD Dont, stand.in. the' i way of, new ideas* Don't pause in the ., k'

ChlpleyVaahlngtoa, ,. sufferer. "It simply shatteredmy without ajar, shook or disturbance.'Is the path of better: .system. Don't .settle :dawn. on the, !ladder' of
', nerves, and, although I know it awful speed of our earth through spacs. success. Don't he barnacle, on"the.ship:of pregress" -:
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\ County. was merely a dream still I cannot ease nature's: move .. .. ...
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: rid myself of its effects; I dreamed New Life Pills. :No Kr ." -. ." 2nd. Florida. ; 'I WM called upon ''Unexpectedly to Just thorough work that bring good health projfress.. :'- Proffresa'aieansadyancement-.... '
plan, a' dinner for Dr. Wiley, Dr. and line feeling 26o B..B. McGeaohy.TRADe. ,"' "
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Woods Hutchinson and Upton Sin Advancement. means moy. men ji'o. t _, .
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;x .,' ,. : ,,: ', REPELS,ATTACK oVJ.A'r! .. .
... '-' { r. /'' Wi'alce a.Specialty of "Five years ago twodoctors told me 1 '

;: ,' : A :: :,. bad only two years to)live." This startling
F ':' .: I: ; .. Neat, ., state moot wa* made by Btlllman Orean,
CiRMItJHAEL
i !hr:, JrlaJ.chlte.'Col. "They told n>& I..would i.Me CURTIS L. JONES
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consumption wa up to me to Co :
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try the beet lung medicine aud began to Anyna..ndlnt..kaoh and Notary Pnblic tate.,at Large. at Law
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"'. ". .. 1 did,for none- r.'jj''ILhlilotfolDmonl! .ta All business entrusted to. Fla
f,\ ,.0 .... today am working and believe I lent fra J.a: : < u.tu fihJpl4'Y,
:" I owe my life to this,great throat and' Patents, tISVt.e.ito,without ch l lsiMrlajwodca ..!.Xllna....th pawl" my care will have my prompt ;
1: :; .J : : long cure that has cheated the grave of .
The .Banner another victim.IU- folly to suffer 'with !ntll!! .r attention'" Fees reasonable.Can "
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t..,,,,. ," ". 'tJ:. ,. \'.- .J" ,,"."',.j' troubles now.' Take tbe cure that's safest.Prioa toetmo. 'I.*!..- : rte. ..
: 00 oenfe and 100. Trial botUe free I 1J BoMbjallVKewYerk: ;. .L.awI ;
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parts andean equal care for the need_ InBuuncoM'Ill! depend upon
Braxton Beacham of the varied' sections. men of today give share to tho purpose bund to-thin river In Bending Its wall s ito -,'

of government In aldln In the dove tho ocean, known as Lakq, countv.
Constructive Powers of Con .
re" opmnnt of American resources, The govnrnment with some 1500: lakes of varying slates: but

For It has always been admmltted tha has ulrr-ady couio' to rccognlz lit the aggregate making a volume of water -

Congress. Congress may lay taxes. to build am that the development: and I iniprovemmi that gives| pause when ono contemplates -

improve light houses, public docks, of waterways In the United Statna Is i a the possibilities In these sam wittors -

,- ,.,..",, and. all such properties, whereof the: function of tho National government ,' If properly utilized .for enriching Ube
{ r'.c...... : United States is to hold the title. The
general Improvement of harbor, oath and that tbo containment, prosueriiy and I country. Tue Oklawah river Is the outlet -
1 other hand, the Constitution meant to ni-althof tint nation Is dependent, to i idigrno a l of these lake to tho St. Johns rlvi-r.

\ .... leave to ,the States all wing each to !thereupon Thle -conooptlon. This stream is of such Importance that
cover the expense by levying tonag which all how recognize as lust and righIn the' government has already a:;oehd.d
duties. The practice for yeas s corresponded I'volntlnii, through slow process of considerable sums of money from time t.

with thIs. The Inland com tho public mind.A time, for Improving Us navigation. I
mouwealths, however, as they were admitted -
Vlsable Illustration. may say hero, however, that what has
justly regarded this unfair, unless been done, on both the St..Johns and tho
i offset by Government's aid to 8T. JOHNS RIVER.
them }'h the construction of roads, ca We have In tine tttutn of Florida river. Ccklawaha rivers by fcbegovernment has
nal, and riverways. worth morn for tha making ot wealth, tin not made these streams navigable for different -
; J .t -1 It may be mentioned also that the reclaiming of land',tho building of horn craft nor opened them for navlgu

I : J '4i : of 1812 revealed the need of. Bettemeanr and schools and the bringing ota healthful Lion In any different season, than was tl.ncarrying
for direct communication wit) and thrifty cltlznnshlp. to the :State powers of the streams before then
the remote sections ot the Union. '
beganlts work of improvlu
government
than Is In tho power of many men, at ttuprt'sunt
Transportation to Detroit had cost fifty thorn, which In my.Judgement Is due i.tliAfart ..
conceive. 'To ol
tlmo to many
of amunition
'1 cents per pound sixty
h dollars per barrel of flour. All admit the citizens of Florida the f|". Johns river that the work of Improving them",
N ted that improved internal routes were moans no morn than It meant to the wild streams has never beau gone at Qn a BII fHclcntly -

necessary. The question was whether Creek or Semlnolo Indian, a pleases large scale nor In such manner
the general government had a right Stream to meander alarm 'the hunks of, as their merits and possibilities\ as waterways -
to construct them without amendment and a goodly "placo for pastime with the for .the uuontrydemanded. It Is nut

to the Constitution. The Whigs,, like rod and Tho United Stateagovern-:: difficult for the average man to' under-
gun
the old Federalists, affirmed such righ *
stendthattlJ00.000may: be expended on
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appealling to Congress power to es such an enterprise and result In no ap
! before I its Congr ass the mormons potnntlul -
tablish post roads, wage war, supervise -
jqw inter-state trade,' and conserve the value of this stream to this State:: und preclable benefit, while a million' or tvvci,

I the common defense and 'general wet to the.Nl\tlon. The paltry nmnaTif. money millions of dollars expended on the same
fare. As a rule the Democrats, have which have Men expended by the government enterprise will not only bring a lasting
always denied such right. Some of In Improving navigation Is the benefit but will In the long run, be far tint

- them justified outlay upon national boat argument showing that neither: cheaper to the government Such a system -

rivers and commercial harbors under jour roDr. nntatlvos in Congress, nor of Improved waterways as 1 adyi--
the Congressional power: of raising re others, have succeeded In-:bringing U cate, would bring under.the-- dominion ,of
and
venue regulating commerce.
man a vast area of land, for orange grow
I Others conceded the rightfulness ol public' attention, this natural source from
subsidies to !States! even for bettering which In, tho future, shall como untold lug and trucking purposes, and give access -
inland routes. Treasury surplus at wealth to the people of this\ State. If one to the markets of the world by it

t < t times and the money appropriationswhich will make a study of the topography ol cheap mode of transportation that sea
N I P by common consent, had been the country through which thu St. Johns now as wild as when the red mcu roanuit
made under Munroe and later for the river flows consider the direction which the forest.

old Natonal Road, encouraged the the river tends and recall, that. .from Its The practicability of 'utilizing\ these
k c Whig contention, but the whole ques lakai Is abundantly shown III
r source to boyoud Jacksonville, when I II waters now '
taken out of the
tion was pollticts by the fact that the Ocklawaha river la already -
rise Of the railroad system after 1832. gives Itself to the great ocean; there le ,,
The National Road had however, been only a fall.of an Insufficient number ol navigable for Inferior ,I craft, ami

Formal Announcement and Platform. A Forceful built across Ohio and Indiana on .Its feKtj; there U uot--,w 1011010'may bo .called. H which can be, made Into a stream that
way to St. Louis, and was made over rapid in the entlrft' length, he will be startled will carry large enough craft Into tho St,

Presentation. Looks Like Winner.INTRODUCTION. in 1830 to.the States through which II at the contemplation. of the ease- and Johns river, bearing' the products of the

a passed.This. comparatively little cost with which -thld! country, for''the loading of .ocean going
in brief, Is the, history of a Not but such development -
vessels. only so, a
be turned Into OCEAN
river a groat
s Mr"'Ofy' ."N'" can
of the Import to the
measure greatest '
would mean the dotting the lips|
10 CANAL, with ocean steamers coming
Nation which at one time was to the
,
fore, and has been left in the background to their piers and taking on their cargoes of those great takes with beautiful homes
only because, in the rapid development at Sanford. and such an observer, will also and a country subdued to man's will, payIng
In announcing for Congressman at large for the; great State of
of National resources, other see that the pre development of the tribute from the soil 'to tbo genius
Florida, I desire, first of all, to express my sincere gratitude for measures have seemed'the more- im itatulsonly'Inlts Infancy, Under this and {labor of,manIn, rich reward.

kindly expressions on the fart of my friends of their belief in my portant. It must be understood that oroceeduro now, possibilities will come to l to Roads.
The Same
fitness for the place which have appeared, from time to time, in this I* not a measure that any party, the old man, ready ta turn over the affairs Reasoning Applies '
not even for party success, has declared What I have lIald)'about 'cheapness In
While I conscious that I do not meritall Bon
the public prints. am deeply ot life to the and larger hopes
v' without the pale of the Constitution to
equally
that has been said! in behalf of my candidacy. I am, however and as riot belonging within the 'will spring In the breast of every younger Improving waterways If will applies to think that
highways. one stop
'quite sure, that no one could.be morethankful for what, they have function of the National Goverment. ion of toll.
life the
l In all the affairs of ,, cheapestLhlngn
I' written in my interest than I. Natural. Meant of Transportation We, as yet, are new In this State to are the durable things he will l bo'
large expenditures, but happily that Nation
It is my determined purpose making this race for Congress, jtlVERS :onvnced| that the, first cost of a. roud
has to understand that large
.' to deal in entire candor with myself and with the public. I do not My contention is that the growth ol come resulting In permanent RoodIs hound be' sufficient to 'coDarlJjtai.* un

wish to pose as one jmportan.ee is such, that the idea of seek the country and the consequent new expendIture, small resultIng abundance of good road material and that
better than expenditure, -
ing office, of this character.had, to! come to him, wholly through the this needs of our day, demand its the giving of In nothing that Is lasting. In DIV It should be used with generosity sufll--
great measure proper perspec-
S suggestions of friends. This iri judgement, would be an abuseof tive. It cannot be successfully denied, judgement. It tho merits of the St. Johns lent to )insure permanent results.A .

the generosity that has been shown me. 'On the' other hand I that the future happiness contentment, river Is a stream for the travel' of ocean system of great roads from Fenvacnla

can truthfully say; that the imtatiative having been taken, by those and prosperity the American people teamed] Inland, were put before Congress to Jacksonville, from Jacksonville to AllLml -

who thought that I was qualified for this high position, has made it depends more 011 good roads thanon with the force that the cause demands and to Tampa, or any other section
any other type of construction for Jon of the State, can bo built by simply,
a minion or two millions\ of dollars -
make this public announcement or pur-
much easier for-me to my intercommunication. I do not believe trading and throwing up the bed from

pose, and has greatly strengthened. mv faith in my ability to serve at this time,with the already constructed is easily could and t>o secured more so.for than such one a purpose hundred, iho'sotl' along the several routes, and

State in Congress.I railroads that any additional num- brick laid such .a foundation would
my ibousund dollars' could bo secured for the upon >
railroads would mean so much to
of
am at that time of life, when the physical man is, as I believe, ber any large section of this country, as a mprovement of some particular, part of nake roads which would' stand for an

at the best for good service. My mental endowments and attain- system of thoroughly modern highway thIs river, resulting In no lusting. good: hundred years, and would be of sufficient

ments, whatever may be their limitation when compared with would,mean to the people, and, and no ind -bringing no apparent prosperity to itrength to carry the traffic of the coun

_. those of others, I am persuaded, have been developed to such an extent other endeavor could be freighted with iny large section of the State.If .rye The foundation of these(toads would
-' that caution soberness and earnestness will control in the greater possibilities tor increasing the the St. Johns river was .opened for ever be In danger of destruction from

of judgements, for directing conduct. By frugality and wealth of the country people. Rome ocean vessels to Sanford, the canal ,uulor rout, nor would the'cold ever cause the
forming made an Empire, not so much by6'the loll to form a Vmuek" so that the, brick
dilligence, I am possessed of sufficient means to allow me to give Roman sword, as by the net work ofof the sluggish flow of the stream would vould be submerged In mud. Along such
of affairs without fret concerning Roman roads.If remain open for generations. The net.re -
public
to the demands .
myself of roads and oft from such highways
110 system
du- one will take any, single county, of the stream and the country through
from the
in to detract '
and to
so as no
interest way
thousands those'seeking for
private of plac
my In the great State of Florida in the vhlch It flows are such that no amount ,
I ties that I shall owe to my state and constituency, should I be en- less favored sections of the State, and of rainfall would ever endanger its can nd opportunity for making a living unler -

trusted with the duties of Congressman' large; from the great will make a calculation in the savingOf lei by /lining It with the wash from floods Uod's law of making their bread (In 1

State ot Florida. I will say in all frankness, that I much desire the team and vehicle, the increase in is Is the case In most of 'the streams of ,he sweat of their faces, would build

office in the meaning ordinarily conveyed, when it is said that men the tonpage in hauling, the increase in America. hells humble domlclls. This latter class

.' aspire for place. Being a plain man, from the people, I am ambi- the contentment number trip on the per part day of, the the greater rural The most Impressive? stream In the Is now recognized of more value to the

tious to reflect credit upon myself and the people I may represent.But population the Culture "from ease of British Isles. Is the Clyde1'Scotland:' ouch. In her present agricultural and
these motives which spring naturally in the human communication with centers where but It Is not known to the average traveler nanafacturlng development, than an In-
above
to the season in life when I desire, more than all women and children can observe the that this great ship-bearing river of inmerable boat of rich men would be,
I come
heart, am habits and customs of more advanced he greatest.vessels that ply the ocean, tasntlrely v are'under no'necessity of laboring In
than baa
else to be of service to my country in a larger way yet civilization, I am persuaded that sucha a manmade stream for such order to live, and thus contribute of their

been mj' orivilege and if I shall be elected' to the Congress of the one will conclude that the greatest raft. Time was when only the small bare labor for the subduing of the land tocan's
bring to the highoflce best need of our great State at this time, need''' of the Now
United States, I pledge to my powers raft of the wild man of the North of Eu- will, The crying
.
and energies of body and mind and heart. I pledge to put my en- Is more extended that and better the bringing highways.I of opd; piled these waters now the ships of Isnth Is not more money,' but more poor' .

tire self to the task of making my life count for the good of mv this am great pursuaded issue,, as a factor in the alls8al empty their bottoms' .Ula cow lonest. upright, manly' men, under the

State and of my countrymen. building of the Nation, before the Con- md from the great ship yards. that line lecessltyof Iaboning In order to live
gress"of the United States will be the ha banks of this great canal-river, some rlth opportunity to'enjoy folly the! petards
playing of.a part in the polhlral de- if the finest ships'afloat havo been sent of honest toll' In 'my"judgement
PLATFORM., protection only as an'incldeut. During velopment of ovr government, as important own her channel to do service on all the no 1 one thing1' will contribute more to this

,t of the war manntacturlng became developed ; and as benefical as any played by oceans of the 'world, and some of the real end than a thoroughly well built
evolution our
gov-
In the political partly 'through our own em our great fathers in the more formative ystem of public roads, knitting continuities -
of the
beautiful homes
most men are on
,'
student of
erment, nothing/ strikes the bargo, partly through the armed Bon period of the Nation and before of the the Consti- inks of this stream, made beautiful be. together and opening an easy ways
than the tution. Itherefore come people
history with greater force recurrence tility. Manufacturing! had grown to ; of this great Commonwealth, asking cause made serviceable, by the skill and s the market or the world., >

.. of great issues. The size, be an extensive Interest, comparing ,in for their suffrage for congressmanat oergy. and daring of man. Believe In 'These two Great Measures

variety of Interest, and general Inequality Importance -,,lth_agricultural and com- large, plegdlng myself to the adv. Whit Caa Be D ne." \
of the different sections has Therefore in the tariff of caeyof this great measure of National It Is therefore, upon these two great Uues -
merce. new '
".' been the cause of, first: one aid in the building of highways in the Under modern engineering, the St:: John -the building of great highways and
In general, another. 1816 the relation was reversed protection several States. river may be made a great ship carrying he Improving' the'waterways, whlclflr-

Issue being to the tore, then to being'made the,maln. aim and re- I realize the ease, which tbo part 'new anal, with such case 'as to make the op- believe of the ehlefest concern'! jn Lbe-

Great measures have been relgated venue the incident. Here we have<
the background not because they were most interesting illustration, of how a our governmental'' conduct, maybe lerculean talk In comparison. The fact States that 1 seek office at the hands
of serious consideration, but measure was brought to the front ,for I under the nvntumof* suction the
i unworthy the lost sight of, and understanding as la that of the people of this sateJ believe' tbirIlIIues
of and for
section en-
our country has as yet, the benefit a Is feasible Imply mud from the channel could bo banked on
rather because richmentof a class. A measure do, that a measure npt should elicit; and will elicit tbebest
developed scctionly. The majority against which the democratic party because the)' bear disinterested or' Indifferent Ither side, without Interfering with the + powers ot the present and the future.

r control, a cardinal tenet of our government has always contended in the advocacy public men speak lightly of such ftow of water or lessening' Its volume and talesman In' the ehdeavor to advance

and rightly io; has nevertheless of a. tariff only. Which policy-is equit- measures I am therefore, at the greater bleb In no way would do damage to tbe Interest, of thin'great country.I .
;; hardship on the more sparsely table for the whole country. A policy, pain to show what a large part new need roperty Immediate.) jaadcenttotherly- have persuaded myself that tbelltS.ar&
worked n favored sections of howeverthat has been kept in the background have played la shaping our colic leu. Perhaps er nor to surrounding country tatters.. of paramount Importance to the

,! settled and less untlll now the Democratic there Is. DO tenet to our government There would be no expensive blasting rosperlty and' growth '01, Florida. I,
the United States; cousequently parts party has grown strong enough in this aow clearly showing Its evolution, thru 01' cuts from Sanford to the ocean. Not angle tierefore, ''come before bet people askingr
,
this of legislation :
enforce
of the country are richer.in the holdIngs conntry, that to many of our moat type enlightened / new necessities In. the voicing of new con- dam or jock would have to be built thelrsuffrags that they may thereby

of money, culture and institutions, citizens, belonging to other political iltlons, than the Monroe Doctrine. bu' only a channel would have to be opened alve me the opportunity the Congress

than are other parts, equally as I parties, including Mr. Webster him- this Guaranteed Under' the Constitution.J under the cheapest construction of she United: States,'to plead and work '

worthy of such institution- and money kel, has contended was the only just have merely! alluded to this doctrinen known to thj science of engineering and f w measure so devoutly to be wished.I .
holdings and aa susceptible of such ane equitable tariff measure for the order to give force to >the claim that and Florida would have the best and the have endeavored. setting forth my

but they are In the back- entire Union. there mast be yet fuller Interpretation to heapest shlp-canaf in the world. It cane ,lews on. these Issues, not to Introduce
-
development As I have Indicated, such inequalities that the Ut. Johns rlv-
the National safely attlrmed
because those measures neces- in affairs have been the function of government; 'matt.er. that mfgbtin'inp' way obscure
governmental
ground In developing the natural resources of tlJ,can be ma enavlgable_ for ocean craft
such Improvement as yet due not alone to sectional greed, but bem., Consequently/ 1 have discussedothingjof
sary for or else they have because of the vastness of our country. this coontry, -If we areto possess the at less expense than any other stream In a purely party nature and I
:;. have not been pressed other aud the variety' of IU Interests. Conequetrtly -, joodly Inheritance that may be, ours, by United. States', and that the benefits : wish now to'say that, I am In entire a ,-
for the time given way to meas- i sometimes, a* in ,the tariff kwlt-e'and conservative application of berefrom will be a* great. for the coun cord 'w Jib the 'policies or the great Demo-

: urea more easily understood as belong- j theories tong in service have had to be the rights guaranteed under the ConstlvLatlnn. try at large and this State In particulars alit party: and If elected to the Cou-

'lug to the function of the-pational gov- abandoned. The evolution of the goy when those rights are Interpreted as work the government has dope of roes of the United States, shall do all
erment has been towards a better understanding of the new! National needs. a similar nature, for any section of the
In the light they
of
ernment. -' of the needs ot the Union. In my power to make", policy, the
For instance: It I I. understood that The perfection of the Union of the several NO man can foretell', the Influence, of fnlted States. arty effective In the National 1I1..
main America on the.civilization, the world In addition to the large area of country
of 1.812 the purposeof States can only come through a
until the war of the but are feeling that much of that laloollr the travel of th* St, Johns river B. BEACHAM.
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PUBLISHED: JEVKRY THURSDAY. past. All of the' candidates are "

i At Cblplcy' Flat.WAUTBM still leading.


I W. JONES*, Bdltof.Ratand The State candidates. are here, SPECIAL OFFERINGS; :I :

Ia there and everywhere these< .;
a Cfciptey.Fls.. a.asood .
; at Uw posterns at '
law mail mattr.SUBSCRIPTION. days and they all aay ,they, are

sure of elections. >,.

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RATES: T 'p It r-1

oars YEAH: ,.91.00BIX Dr. F. C. Wilson raised $26.00( 'I' "

MONTHS! ..10THB& \ here Monday to apply on a me- Infloor: covering'for spring and. slimmer use
MONTHS.2sed.artWag morial window to be place in a

church at Branford, Va. Tb DELTAX, ST. REGIS. GRASS .MATTING I"
rats furnished on application. sum of $400 is being raised by

the Daughters of the' Confederacy RUGS and COLCUTTA MATTING Superior .
topics, .
Communication on live especially .
solicited It of Florida for this memorial. .,
of local Interest, are
U understood however, that the publishof .. .. to: any ther. -

TH. BAJTKKK: will not be responsible. The Banner has had two or
for opinions expressed by correspondents.TTK ...
three communications on "County :
American goods in smoothe finish and.
BASH* wants live representative Division": the last week, but ,

and correspondent at every postoftlce we have not published,them be- r'( close weave Duriable, Sanitary. Artistic
In the county, and will make liberal ar .
y rangements with the rlcrt parties. cause we 'are not fighting the '

county divission battle. However Reversible, A popular covering for both. inside ..

THUt e>DAV. April. IS. 1012. they will be published as ,' line -
and outside. Also 'beautiful of
advertising matter if the authorscare '. a "
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to pay tor their publication. >: V
D. D. Davis for assessor and .. ART.SQUARES 9 x.l2. Consisting of TU

H. B. Tiller, for collector, are We are publishing three .columns' I ,"< TONIC. ST. REGIS and MERINO. :/>: -

happy over the fact that they ot campaign matter for :

have no opposition in'the approaching Presidential candidate' Oscar W... '

primary... v- Underwood this week.. 'l'b smatter ;- ,. ,' :' ,A substantional heavy popular fine Rug ; I 1

is paid for at our regular \ ,from Looks ,
Just a little more than two advertising rate. We ask you to ". ,. -made pure youns. Like Silk. :.' ,. "

weeks and some of the strug- read it and accept it for what ,:I'.Wears-' Like Iron. ,' :"- .-'
bunch of candidates will be w
gling We will
you think it is worth. '
out of their misery. Others will have three columns. 'again next i
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... -- Hon. Braxten Beacham, of Or- .... ,V : ..Campbell: &., Defile. :" Omp ny.

J. W. Watson of Miami, can- lando, candidate for congress for .,' ; .

didate for Governor, spent Fri- the State at large, publishes his

here, and made a short speech at formal announcement in this issue -

Campbell & Dekle's corner at of the Banner. It is and in- ,

t noon. His brief address was teresting document, and if the

well received. Mr. Watson is a voters rely on a'man's platform, ANNOUNCFMENTS. For Tax A..e.r. I For County Treasurer.

substantial business man, and Mr. Beacham will a winner. I bereby'announce myself a candidatefor 1 hereby announce my candidacy for
prove ,
Tax. : Assessor of Washington county, the office ot Treasurer of Washington
-'-= should be be elected, will give a One of the principal featuresof L. H. Howell for Representative, I subject to the action of the Democratic I county subjecting myself to the action
good business administration of his announcement; is his insistence Primaries, and solicit_your support and : and result the Democratic Primaries
To the Voters of Washington County: Influence. If elected 1 shall endeavor to : to be held April 30th and May 28th. If
the office of Governor. federal-aid for good conduct the affairs of the office with fairness .
on 1 am a candidate. for Representativefrom elected 1 promise I the people of Washington
1 roads. This should appeal to all this county In tbe Legislature of < and justice to al'I'A.' county an' honest administration' of
has 1913. siLbject to the decision of tbe Democratic : VIS.: the affairs of the office. +
.Bonifay has had another fire; the people. The gentlemen prlnrarlag May 28,IV12. Thanking you advance-tor- your vote
the high'school building and furniture the strong endorsement of his If "I liMed I will introduce and support For Superintendent Public Instruction" and Influence among your neighbors am
home people. a bill ivfovldlng for a division of W a hn Yours truly;
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including about 300 new I If:ton county following these lines: Commencing To the citizens of Washington. county JOSEPH H. PORTER,
desks:and a new organ was burn- T .. at the north west corner of Calhoun and especially registered voters: After

ed Sunday morning at 4 o'clock.. Advertisement. county thence running west. thru having carefully considered the,duties of Through natural desire to be of service -
tbe center of Township 2 north Range 12 County Superintendent Public Instruction to my friends hereby' announce myself -
The building was wood,and there 'Costs $20,000 to Win Governorship.A west to range line between Ranges & 19 and being solicited by ome of my as a candidate for the office of Coun-
was no insurance on either the thence, south along said range line to strongest friends I hereby announce ty Treasurer Washington, Co. Subject V
candidate for Governor has to. the Hose Line; then west along said.. self a candidate for the above office subject Ing myself to the action of the Democratic
building or the furniture. The informed us that it takes from Hast Line to Plnelog creek thence down to the action of tbe Democratic primaries primaries April SO and May 28th.I
loss is about 4000. The fire is said creek to Cboctawbatchee river I ,, and If elected promise faithful feel" that 1 am competleqt to give the
to have been incendiary Fifteen to Twenty Thousand: dollars feel that the above plan will be perfectlysatisfactory service, and to conduct the business of people satisfaction as Treasurer, and If
supposed to all Interested In the office In such a as to reflect credit
to win the nomination in the county way elected. I will make Vernon my home,
.' .. .. .. division and eminently fair and ;just to on myself and my constituents. I.will and you can transact business In the
Democratic primary. We do not the whole of Washington ('ount,.' appreciate your votes and your trust Imposed treasures office every day In the wee It.
Try that new cow feed for sale know anything about the cost of I will also favor a bill prohibiting the In me.' Thanking you In advance With this assurance to you. respectfully '
employment of convicts In competition desire to remain your servant., ask for vote and Influence among
Williams & Helton. 2t election but acceptingthe your
by an we are ,
with free labor, and providing for their W. T. ORNE.To your neighbors in my behalf.
statement of a man who is in being> employed on the roads of the state:: f CURTIS 4. JONES,
Vote for J. Stewart Lewis on the and At all times I shall use my best efforts' '
race, we naturally assume .
April 30., for Adjt. General. 2t In behalf of the common people of our the Democratic Voters of Washington
that he is spending this county striving to conserve their Interests County: I For County Commlvuloner, Dint No.' S.,

Get groceries from Williams amount of money in his effort to and protect them against unjust. andllscrlmnatory I hereby make my announcement for I hereby; announce myself a candidate
your legislation.With the office of County Superintendent: of for County Commissioner from DistrictNo. :v
& Helton; the sell the best. become Governor of Florida. the hope that! the above brief outline Public Inatructlon-for Washington County 3, subject to the action of the Demo-
The office pays Five Thousand will meet with the approval of thevoters subject to the Democraticprimaries.. cratic primaries i promise If elected,
John W. Williams will do his dollars Twenty Thous- of Washington county I ask most If nominated and elected I will follow the faithful and efficient, attention to all business
a year, or respectfully for their. sup Constitution and the school laws of Florida comlngbefore the BoardOFOROE
whole duty as Sheriff, if you elect and Dollars for the term. Why L. fIrt.HOWELL.For using every effort to work faithfully V. GAINER.To .
him. 2t spend Twenty Thousand Dollarsfor 9 for the benefit of a better, and broader
Sheriff1.: system In our public schools. I promiseall
with promise to friends
comply
White House Shoes, the very the privilege of working four hereby announce e myself a candidate the ability I possesstowarde conforming that I would go Into a the race for county
best made sold in Chipley only years without pay? There may for Sheriff of Washington county,subjecto school to the rales and regulation; I of the commissioner I now announce 'myself a
board In Its lawful
dnty. enterthis
Third
become good and sufficient the action of the Demacratlc Primaries candidate for that office for the
by Williams & Helton. 2t reason Thanking you In advance for your sup race free from any entanglementwith District, subject to the action of the Democratic -
but we confess that we ,are port and Influence, I am aoy clique or faction. I expect to primaries, and I promise If elected "
If you want a Sheriff who will too.dense. to figure. out the rea- Yours truly do tor.my whole dpty ed L.L.CHARLES.: faithful attention to all business com
.JOHN W. WILLIAMS.. log before the Board. I will appreciateyour
be "always the job, vote for"John son. To be on the safe side, we vote and support.

W. Williams. 2t : are going to vote for the man who 1 hereby announce my candidacy for To the voters of Washington Candidate Yours truly, ,
the Democratic nomination of Sheriff of I herein announce myself a. W. D.; FINCH,
has less than Three .Hundred C
4 J. Stewart Lewis is a native : spent Vashlnffton connt,.. If nominated and for re-election) to -the office .County ,
I Dollars, including his entry elected I promise to faithfully discharge Superintendent of Public Instruction
Floridian. Vote for him for Ad.. fee or Two Hundred and. Fjity all tbe duties of the office, especially son subject to tbe action of the Democratic For ProM ntln AttorueV.
jutant General of Florida. 2t the prom pfe execution and service of primaries. 1 have the work well In hand I respectfully announce that I am' a
Dollars-Hon. E.M.. S mole ot processes and writs, both criminal and and If elected I promise In future as 1 candidate to succeed myself as Prosecuting
If'you want comfort for your Key W st. He is,the only candidate civil. Issuing from tbe various. conrts of have In of the past duty to be connected faithful. In with the said discharge attorney of Washington county and
the county. every solicit the of the voters In the
fee White House Shoes. for Governor before the office. support
wear people I respectfully solicit the support of the Respectfully Democratic
Sold by Williams &.IIelton. 2t of Florida today who is not voters In the Democratic Primaries witha H, F CIAINER.For prlmaA1eD.'CARMTCIIAEL.For .
conscientious derlre to discharge If _
trying to buy his into the "
Vote for John W. Williams for way' lected, every duty of the office wltb.,loyalty '- Governorship.-Key West Jonr- to your Intwrest. : County: CommlMloner JDIat No. V,
Sheriff he will attend to the dut- Yours, truly To'tbe Voters of Washington County: friends
; nal. April 9th 1912. very I am a candidate for the office of Clerkof Tucomplywith a promise to
ties of the office promptly.' 2t .' HENRY FARRIOR. the ircult Court Washington coon- that I would go( Into the race for CountyCommissioner
ty In the Democrat c primaries, and respectfully 1 now announce myself a
Don't' fail to place an X -mark Advertisement. To the people of Washington; county solicit your votes and support.If candidate for that office for the Second
'I am a candidate for sheriff and earnestly elect this I District subject to the action of the
you me to Important place.
before "Stewart Le.wis' name. FOR A DEMOCRATIC VICTORY.. request your consideration In the promise the people of the county the same Democratic primaries. I promise If elected -

He is endorsed by his home democratic primaries. My past life .ls Udell ty to duty that I have given. you 'Inthe .. faithful attention' to business coming -
mv beat reoomen county. 2t, Sound.Democrat WI1h No fictional Ax To of a clean, able and fair administrationif Thanking now you' In advance for your vote, vote and ..uppor '.
Grind Should Be Sent To Na- the duties of the office,without fear or and your Influence neighborsIn Yours, Frjr truly. ORfIIIJ.a
among your
Vote for W.B."Gainer for clerk favor should choose W. E. f
tlo tai Convention.', you meas your my behalf. 1 am -- ,
of the circuit court he.fa competent helf executive officers of the county.: I Respectfully .
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The democratic party haa a fine opportunity shall make the race on my own merits.I .- W., B. GAINER. 1 herewith announce my candldacv as 1
the and is
to fill office thoI"ougbly know .
wire
to win a national victory thisyear political pulling Count' Commissioner from District No. 2,
.. familiar with the affairs if no mistake la: made at the Balti- "nd I parnest.ly'allk before making your. careful mind consideration To the Voters of Washington subject to >he action of the- Democratic
up your candidate Primaries. If elected I sbaliendesvor to
of the 2t more convention The beat i hereby
county. way to as to whom you wlll support. announce myself a safe-
do whole In the
avoid the making of a mistake that Respectfully yours, forth office ol Clerk or the CfreuliCourt my duty: premises

might cost our party the victory is to M W. .nR I'l'T. of Washington County, )'lorldaJlubject. tihe p opleoftheentiretcounty, i will
to the action of the Democratic 'rimarlestobebeldgnAprliloth
HOW WEAK WOMEN elect as delegates men who are sound -- and May 28th. appreciate your vote and support. ,
democrats without any factional az to To the, Voters: 1912 1:1.: W. BUMIf.
Triad.The Interests of the Florida democracy I herewith announce my candidacy for .
1 realize
thatany position a
man may
.May ,Be Made Strong at Small 'will be in safe hands if thefollowing subject he office too of the Sheriff action of of Washington tbe .Democratic county get by the vote of the people I is a sacred I hereby annonnce my candidacy tosuc-
Commissioner
and No Risk well known democrats are trust. If you elect me aA your Clerk; I ceeed myself' as County ;
Expense primaries, and I earnestly ask
your consideration the actionof
from District No. B, subject to
sent to the convention. Theae"gentle will give honest service abd courteous .
There are hundred of women in and support. And if yod you democratic primaries. If elected I
this :vicinity' ,_ weak thin run-down men lavor harmon or Underwood, but me L promise to give. you a fair and treatment. shall endeavor to sealoualysafeguard the
will be governed by the instructions of square ad-nlnlstratlon. : of the office Ulye mo an opportunity to serve yon Interests oj the taxpayers and all citizens 4
tired out and nervous. Such women and 1 will be on hand whenever yon have
the primary and use their best efforts Yours truly.JOlTN business the Clerk's Office. M In the-past, and. earnestly. solicit your
did Mre.
need Vinol just a* much BRITT.To .
to promote harmony in the party: I will fully' vote and support.! -
Jane Pepper of 2307 Howard street, appreclrteWALTER COOK. 'A. C. UILBERTI
For Delegates National Democratic; the Democratic ..
voters of Washington
San Francisco. Cal. who nays: ..iForglemaer '
"I hare used 'Vinol for some time Convention, State at Larpe.. County. Reboot Hoard-?n ,Vote for,six. I am a candidate before the Primaries Commissioner for the Second
with particularly grattfyingresults. I FRANK E. CHASEE. to be hold April aoth and May 28t.b. re- him The to friends succeed of Mr.himself O.B.Bush announce iommlss1oaers District. Subjecting myself *
Pas run down weak and debilitated. .goct vely.: for tbe office' of Sheriff, and school Board as Member of ta the result of the primary elections
,and,,my appetite was gone. After taking : S. CRILL promise If elected affairs t-nad emcleot.aHent.lon Bush has served for'us District faithfully No.for 2.many Mr. and I solicit the vote and support of't.be y
to the of tbe office II youlelect" me twill
and of district.
.' several bottles of.Vlnol I found A. W. GJLCHR1ST honest and graftless administration.; years and we do not feel that hU day of voters give( you our the best service It Is possi--

," my 'condition ,greatly improved and FRANK HARRIS Respectfully, usefulness la near past yet.His ble for me to read r. .
. A. cMILI,.1N. ::, FRIENDS.- j< W. THARP. r
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EDWIN D. IMMBRIOHT
anyone similarly affected. For Tax Collector. I hereby announce myself a candidate -
Vinol is. not a secret nostrum buts B. S'_,WILLIAMS. I for member of the Board of Public Instruction I. O. O. P. NOTICE.J .:
)bt'rebl! announce myself a candidate ,
i of Washington from
delicious cod liTer'and Iron tonic : county
For Democratic
Delegates National for Tax Collector of Washington county District No.8. suj beet to the action of further notice,
without ,oil. which will create an ap-I Convention, Third Long; District. ubject to the action of the Democratic the Democrat primaries If you see- fit Until
'petlte, tone up the digestive orgars Vote for two. all times. If elected the) endeavor the nominate and elect mate I Chfpley Lodge No.56,

.make pure blood and create atrenattu.'Try FRANK RENSHAW office with to fairness discharge to all. affairs.- In- place I promise yon tbe best- service tale I.[ O., 'O. F.< Will meet,at 7:00 p. m.
possible for to
me render.
.a.bottle ot Vlnol with the understanding I thank you for all past favors,.and solicit Thanking yon in advance for your voteas each Monday evening. .
'. ,that your money will br MILTON A SMITH your' supportaud Influence V 'In the well as your Influence among .your' By order of the LodgeW.A. .

returned it It does not help-700. Cur; this out,and save' for refference. coming. primaries.. Yours I am truly._ .. .. neighbors, my Yours bebslf, I am "" McQiTAOQE. N. G.

_. "'B.-...",'E. ..McGeachv, Chipley"Fl'a. on election day. I-. H. B. TILLER.- : AMOS truly, }'. ROOK .,, 3."B. JcxeoN Secy."I.I"YF"I -
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; I I 6. Laws that w'll properlY control and regulate boll) labor and capital WHY WOMEN .
., .1 i t nee.-ss.iry organization, that bah may have plain, speedy, safer -
.1\\.o'' nil 'III/de-| ;,,: .s lucKt.i .
i 7 i vrt.'Ui.M'i' of th.cntplo.. e'.II.1: .ty act tli.it ixxlljfence may not be Many Chipley Women -
u itiiou! it* j ,-t I b ir.Jrii*, tliiit the del'C..,nt''b"r.r .lid h.i. fstn.ilv, ithout S illy the Cure.
ju-itici, to the employer! shall he protected adequately compensated. women often suffer, not the
I 8 nu"II1t''lIk Approprlat by the Govcrment for the development cause. ,
the riycrs. ritrHmrInland waterways an.I good: roads, t but not the use ot the. Backache, headache, nervousness -
K,it'onal Treasurer for commercialism or to gain local favor; for selfish ends ''

___ : 9. Enlarge facilities at the Agricultural College to the education of the Irregular urinary paa .
: farmer and warner that they may be safely advised to Increase., their production near,, languor '
) 4 I and 1 profit Each- seeming torture of '
i. "' x 10. Lnw that will create "Land M.irtfjugc :"BanUs" and make safe the Together tell of,weakened .
,-I ; 'fanners'' and land-owuera*..property as security Strike at the, root-get to' .
{ : | -11.:'- Improvement of bur commercial banking; an'd. monetary system that Quickly give the help ys
It ml be both and safe '- need. '
,) adequate ; .
I '12. Amendment to the civil service taws that every protection shall be af No remedy endorsed -
f.rdedand) yet allow every citizen to be aaovereign.and 'participate in the Kidney Pills '
tliitle and ranks of cltlzen } j 13. Income and Inheritance tax with limitations that will not, permit an Endorsed at home.
,4 : Indirect tax on State County'or municipal securities or Increase ,the burden ere'.convlnclng proof -
I of State, County municipal taxe-i. ley citizen. '
I 14. Amending the Act of Congress of 1907 so as to include Florida with Mrs. Anna Kent, of ] Fla" ,

!i Washington. Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming and Colorado preventing says: "For about tnree, kid- I
farther :i 14 4t I 15. Al>oH hiriff the Choctawhntchee Nitional 1 Forest Reserve,' removing: My back was verr lame and ani
the iinjvit! tax and limitation*.on the orljot1l\al\ 'pin 'e.." settlers \\'& hilt Its boundary -' I had difficult/( with the -
that its' territory slay become the h mad of liberty lovliif.cltUen/ plvtlie tions. Headache and .
1 ky4 ( iT opportunity io have neighbors and .duJOI...' nd exstcnd the basin of taztloii. bothered me and 1 felt tired( languid -
/ alt the time. A,
-t I I 16.! Ship canal across Florida to avoi I the! risk I ;lnd''XjlCI1Scof': the long advised me tit take '
tk trip round the dangerous coast. Pills and I procured a: : .M,.

| 17. Ellminute the excessive costs of ttie Federal!: ; Courts that the_judiciary Geachy & Co.. Drug store. rilleved -
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may be the: resort for the poor to settle iruir !JISIUM und>iiot. merely. the play, me immediately ane short
j| ground for the rich. time, fleeted a complete ':
18. Laws to perfect acid simplify court pleading and practice that both n For sale by all dealers '' 50
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speedy and lair trial may be had with all esaenllaU to establish\ justice. cents. 'Foaterr Ulburn 'Co. ..,

}I ill Represent the District.'* Amendment to the'Federal Constitution that will abolish life tenureIn New York, sole agents for' '
... office for Federal Judges States. -

Gandida ,for 'Congress,, Third District. 20. Our form of government In Its three branches Legislative,Executive Remember the name- and
,'," I and Judicial, is the distinction that marks Its force and safely over the ruins take no other.
:: emocratic Primaries, 1912. of all fotmer-efforts, aristocracies, monarchies and despotisms. In Us rep-
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tesentative form it is,the best product of Christian civilization for the gorvern- Notice of
Ihavebc mit my record an4{ platform Jrank y. and tearlessly, requesting law, the levying of special tax or the granting of extraordinary'! privi Washington .; ,
1 and hoping; tbat oa:may likewise'consider both, that by your 'examination leges'over-whl h they should have final decission.! an April election Int. 1913 will, notice be held Is hereby In each tbat fol

you\n: ''" mtejiffentiy.anri conc enti uslyr discharge your I solicit your consideration and 'support. Tuesday the 14th Tax day School of May 1013., on

duty to yourself: ail 1'to yourdistrict, free from friendship and relationship March 11, 1912. W...... W. Flournoy for the purpose of electing trustees -

orijEatSSoy obligation to which should not .be paid at.the Candldafe'For Congressman Third District assessed and and to determine collected In the each : suisceedlna be-

>Vi j B expense of e'tbif\ your'conscience or the government. ,Democratic Primaries, 1912. two years.
The following persona were d
j B Don't voiejfoCme( because, we are friends don't vote againstme Inspectors and clerks. "
NOTICE FOR PtJALICATlON. I I NOTICE FOR PUBtlCATION.TUipartment District No. a.-Bt, Andrew" Wll-
reason ( against '
for personal caprice, Charge(
merley sgtne or
Department of the Interior, of the Interior. co, John R Thompson, J W Inspectors -
me the evils pfrtmrfanceators: even further, than the f.urth genera-! U.. S.: Land Office at Gainesville Florida. U, B. Land ORIo@ at Gainesville Florida. M. Q. Post Clerk. ,,

tion, but don'ificYedit':' ( with, nor'risk the welfare ot this'district, Notice la hereby given April that 13 1913.John-rA. !1 I I Notice Is hereby given! April thatOscar 6, Ittia.Harper Underwood District No L 8.-Pt Casy, J. L,Ruse( ":
on the achievements of grand sires or uncles. McQuagge of Fountain Florida, who on '' of Econflna.Fla. who onJanuary 'M, a A: V ealey. Clerk. ..
my. March 2r 1909, made Homestead Entry' 11)10\ made homestead Entry: Serial. No. District No. ,4-Mlllvllle/ "-",
I believetsffitDe| > duty of the candidate and not that of thecandidate's Kerlal No. W03, for SE34 of NWJ< and 00370(, for NK! orlny) Section 12, Town J.,II. Daffln.H..' F. Boyer, ,' .f.
NE3 of tiWU. Section 10, '!'own lp 1 ship 1, South, Range 13, West, Tallahassee O. Harrison, Clerk. 0.'S
bponeqt tQ fully and..clearly publish his record and his, north Range 13 west, Tullahassen Meri Meridian. has tiled notice Intention
the dian,bas} tiled notice of Intention tOlnali.e I'to make Final! Commutation Proof to establish District No. 5-Sooth Bout A.
r characteristics so that he submits himself to as great Sims James In-
; own you Final Commutation Proof to establish claim to the land above described :: E.Carkhu'J
impartial jUjySwttweert his personal ambition and the good of the claim to the land above described before, 'before the Clerk of the Circuit Court, at soector, W. R. Miller Clerk.
the Clerk of the Circuit Court at Vernon, Vernon,,Florid, on the 15th day. of May, 'District Do. 6-Vernon-D: (' ,
government aof'Ukewise( the duty of the voter m this constitutional Florida, on the.83rd day of May, 1912, I 1918. John T. Carter, Harrlon () >e-
t'lalipant names sa witnesses 8. O. I I Clalment names as witnesses: T. ..1.McNelll. tore Walter Benlersbaw,
relatiot .,demand such action from each candidate, all.of areer. Aungus McQuagRe, C. (J. Smith J. W. Brown William Wells t IMstrlct No. 7-Tompklns- ,
which stimU e, alike our esteem and confidence in jji-machinery William Nelson all of },'ountalnh"'lorlda'l and W. a.:: Purcell all of'EconUna. Fla., Ueoraa McGee J. E. Kyser, ,
Chubb
I Henry H. W. V.! /Scnrlock.ClerU.: \ ,
of our government: that by'true ballot 'justice may be d ne.' Ed fee pd., 'I Ed fee. paid. Register. District No. 8-Union- 8alt,

: The greatest enemy to you and' to our government to both NOTICE FOR 'ReRllt4Ir'l:, NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION Tom NeaiJ.Collins Yates C.Clerk B.. Waller,

labor and capltafrla the failure on the part of both candidate and Department of Departmentol the Interior, District No. 11-Long(; Bav'_ ,
> U. S. Land Office at Gainesville: Florida.
"' voter to conceive:the purpose of ""government and, to. realize his U. H. Land Office at Gainesville 1I'lorlda'l A Drill), 1913.Notice tore Beujamln, Joe Brock Pipkin Clerk.w.,f'. -
I/ March 18,
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Is hereby given that Frank M!
connection, lid utv, the fearless discharge of which free from all Notice la hereby given that Tolbert II. Neill of Econfinn, Florida who on February All qualified voters within. '
Pettls of Helton, Fla who on December 25./ 1909 made Homestead Entry ry are entitled to 'vote In
baneful infjuenice is prerequisite! if tbe'Rovernmentis to' continue 22,19118;; made Homestead Entry Serial Serial No.01771, for Nk of SWjI:: Bection and tickets must". be written plain. \
in its .. Mjrm. The greatest enem to Both labor and capital No. 01130 Range for NE' Section 9, Township 1,'Township 1 South' liantte 11W eat. Tallahassee white paper.
rand 1 north 13 west, Tallahassee Merl- Meridian. baa Died notice of Intention 0. B. ,
is the t te.of a faction some individual. l.. who. seeks to. dlan,-has filed notice of Intention to make to make Commutation lrocf to Attest! : \ .
Final Commutation Proof, to establish'establish claim to the land above described B. V. GAINER. 'r" -
be elected,J,5Jfcy| publishing fully,and clearly his record 'that..you claim to the land above described before before the Clerk of the Circuit Court at Secretary & County Supt.

may examine. ,.but''f a th e r deals in inuendoes,,appeals. .to .passion- the the 9th County day'Of Judge May,,1919.Clalment at .Vernon, Fla. on 1912.Vernon, Florida, on the 15th,day of May, -- -- -

and glittering generalities. names as witnesses: John j t Claimant'names as witnesses: W. W. "
Taylor John Pettla. Lee- Godwin and A. G. .
GaIner W. S: Purcell. William Wells
r"' I d1 not atbat you vote for ,me, rut rather request that you Linton Hendrix all of Sexton: Fla., and Oscar Harper, all of Econlina. Fla. ,

fearlessly 'examine me and,my opponents with-respect to our, specialqualificatio -' Ed. tee pd. Henry S.' Chubb Register Henry,1:1:: Chubb Register., Notary

s for the'great work and opportunities develop,

every intelngstt Ubin the.scope,of the, congressman's duty. NOTICE Department FOB, PIUBLICATION of the"Interior Read the advertisements., State at .
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Measu ritridly.: Let us equally with labor. and capital U. B. Land office at Gainesville. Florida.! .-- -- ---

and establish tbeirneae!ruleafand$ orgacizations.-be, principles for their guided guidance by the, for truth.the control Let usa of Bout Notice, well,Is1 of hereby Bennett'given, Fla April, who-that 6,on 1913.Nancy Nov ................ .......

> la, 1910, made Homestead Entry. Serial:! .
ourselves d/ntany! men of many conditions,, free .from, sordid or No. 07007, for SEtf Section: 2. Township
1 South: U&nfffl 14 West, Tallahassee
selfish .moH s :' In !my private iife, militaay and public service, I Meridian has filed notice of Intention to I
make Float Commutation Proof, tn establish Wire Fence.
follow? any.antted'public .1
have d lbese precepts! irrespective of claim to the land above described S.
sentiment afifllteripr results., Whatever glory. or distinction i may before the County Judaev at Vernon
Florida, on the 15 day of May, 1913
have markTdQiay public: service has been the result ot such efforts Claimant names as witnesses: Zion A. .
Hush, Richard Bush, 1". C. Mayo John
thla td
In a zfpaign| I believe you intend demand, the highest LI. Porter all of Bennett, Florida. '

; order o(political action from the candidates- that your.anSwef! Ed. fee pd. Henry S.,Keila Chubb r.

to appealsWlS\ "8Jorj..will; come! as it came to Xerxes: "that,.yoilconsiders S -t9
(t KSbt.not for money, but for honor, which:: alone can NOTICE!: FOE PUBLICATION "IGe
Department of the Interior,
rive pea tpo; ur social and political life.Ithererhe ,Q, H..Land Office at Ua'Desvllle.Jj'lorlda.
ask Jndulgen -e for the earnest consideration April 6, 1912. ,
your :Notice Is hereby Riven that ZIon A. ail 111 r .
of TrfyIr'eQpd and platform ,puplished and to be continued nUBbI of Bennett Fla., who on ,August
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made Homestead Entry berlal.: -
.' p tbroughotftlTJH\ c-campai: );n. Th'e press isr in the open and should No. 07138, for NEM, Sec: 11,. Township 1
booth:! Bangs 14 West, Tallahassee Meridian -
be fair, gvfrtfjboth'o]; ) you and my opponents' the facts. and principles has filed notice of Intention to make
upon hlchj elicit your action and 'solicit your support- I Final Commutation Proof to establish
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claim to the land above described before
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have, and v1illjbave' po-paid 'wor ers in the field. :Not one dollar the1 County Jndge, at Vernon, )1'10..00 the ?4 V. r.M..yr.- ----
13th day, of May. 1913.
will be'noagp itt by me, because I.believe such to be the basest .ofcorruPt.fuUl Claimant names as witnesses: F. C. '
workers for Mayo RIchard Bush, John U. Porter, of Farmers Fence
e on ourbody politic. Voluntary' Bennett FIs.,and Areb Gainer of Southport : .. Just a word and :,

re consistent with good, citizenship, but, paid. run in a.- Henry H. Cdubb .
andjtgcretaries in the field abhorent and obnoxious, to tbe Ed. -pd. '
ners are fee Register. : Having made a deal for Ten Car $'
decent fnstfaSta of an.Americanr! / < .

Dr. J. Ambus Wells, 'carried : 'of :the Best .American Steel Wire Fence, :
; D. C. Dawson, to the Blacksbear '
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PLATROE2M. Infirmrv at Dothan, for an oper- are in position to make 'you better $

:: I tav and will diligently study and advocate:- : L ', ation, Sunday Mr., Dawson.. baa _I'than 'ever before. '. :
1, Tbe pr loci plea ofthe last Democratic platform. been in poor health for quite a ,_ :
2. Gffvvihh Jl'l.be Interstate Commerce Commission, such authority and pow. While. ,
ors,that i nmy, onaUtentty' and effectively enquire into and regulate xpressrallroadjtelgT'lph t ., : Be sure you see us before buy: ing4 : .
and interstate business .
telephone companies doing an
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3. 1\, of the Tariff laws, so"that I It. shall be .levied'for revenue A prisoner placed in the city : elsewhere. It means'money saved. .:;

oo'yi, th)AJ.niln greatest oppression of a free people and, violation of the. ., jail Saturdayafternoon, made an "
pur nd letter of our government 1\nd.Ua constitutions shall be "no effort to escape early in tbe evening ..

; It is robery" under,th*Corm of the law. by setting fire to the blankets $'
4. .re're ing; Rambling! in every sphere of human.act11ty, especially In but the fire was discovered in : CKipley Hdw. C
(farm:pl'OC1l1 lid the necessaries ot! life than which there la no greater evil :
$.1 ." :at will be effective against trusts and moitopolies,. that will time; to pre'entaev serious damage 3,5 '
I give awl. I e equal opport.u.nitl"bu'rdea.*. either' to himself or the jail. 1 Ic4i ..<........................ ( :

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: .'., OscarV.. Underwood, reported i
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"There has been- no-0110011)1 .
? on' tile part of the uiannfncturIT ,
to five labor Us '.hare, of (he.ln .
iieflt derived.I from the tirlff. 4ti ,

They have Left Jill 1 the, jirotits.': ,

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"To protee1 ixrcifltw l* tir protect ''
mid l In ''!
IneHlflenf.v strtnjni-; "
lute rather than develop Indus: ,
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wall by taking bricks off the top <
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.:, Candidate. for Governor:
"The people have lost faithIn .
? the Republican party because It 99999999999999990
has not kept faith with them."
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r '"If It (the Sherman act)-Is enforced I 1'H: : asks your support-"

as a criminal statute It Is I

an efficient instrument for preventing 1st. Because he believes his 16 years experienceas

restraint and 'pnnldhlng of trade."monopolynnsi .alegislator: investigating the various state institutions -

well and truly qualifies him for the position.

2nd Because, the affairs of the state should be

"MOST AVAILABLE MAN.' managed a business manner, and being a successful

Underwood and the ,Dmoor.tlo. YOM, businessman promises a business ad minstration.

Strong In; New. York.' 3rd. Because he promises, if elected, to show in his
"Long before 1 saw any mention of
to the true condition of the financial -
Oscar Underwood's name as a possible message legislature,
candidate for the Democratic presidential affairs of the state together with a complete, ac-

-..--. -. .n mlnatlon I" had selected him as curate; itemized statement ot the lands in the. Everglades -'
the most available man to lead the
.; .' 9 by Harris A Owing. Democracy;. writes. Albert .,B. Kerr, from the; time the U. S. 'Government gave themto

,,\ ,If- He Is the actual leader of the national Democracy. Whoever la nominated son of the late James B. Kerr, M. Q. the.state, including every sale, contract commission,_
must'win the party's achievement under his leadership. As a believe
,' largely upon "I am a Democrat, aud I this
.practical proposition his friends throughout the country feel that he Is, there- to 'be Democratic year,?" he further attorneys! Jee paid, etc., right up to date.

_. :-....' :, fore, pre-eminently the man of'all others best fitted to' be the. party standard adds.' ."There, Is ,no man in mT' judgment 4tb. Because be has no wild=cat sugar schemes,,
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,..:;.- I, .A candidate as Mr. Undei'wood, It' Is refreslflng -
to Democratic partisans, on dollars to get started and then 'it would be an experiment -
; : STRONcESTMAN
't, ,. UNDERWOOD the side lines to have a leader of the and he does not believe it right to put anything

demonstrated capacity; of Mr. Under made convicts for sale the market in -
i-- by on ,competition
DEMOCRATS CAN NOMINATE wood. The Democrats of 'New' York

....a....iw..f ,.. expect: to win and Incidentally! 'we with honest labor.

Colonel W. L. Peel shall take much pleasure In' victory If 5th.. Because he would stay in Tallahassee and do
It be over Coloneltooeev.4' I. do not
belong to the "'lnt4tr .t.!'.lion t
Begardlesa of section I consider "In talking with Democrats In, the business that my.opposition to Mr. use-his office to advance himself to the U. S. Senate,.
; Oscar W. Underwood of Alabama the north, and east on recent visits to that:! Roosevelt may be accounted for: In
_ S ': strongest man the Democratic party section I am convinced that we could some other way."-Washington Tost The constitution of Florida prohibits' the Governor
I ,, oan nominate to make the fight for the not nominate any man who would receive from succeeding b mself. It should also prohibit any

presidency this year," said Colonel W. as strong or stronger support in member of his cabinet from using his office to adv cce
.
Ik Peel, president of .the American those sections than Underwood. To
National 'bank. win ,we have got to carry some of the UNDERWOOD CAN WIN. his political aspirations.

.-. ....." "My opinion Is based entirely on his states of the north and east like. New 5th. Because, he believes that Florida is today progressing
demonstrated qualities of leadership. York Indiana and others, and I am. View .of h.
"S. An Old Soldier's
r In his career In..congresa he has shown satisfied that Underwb himself the ablest exponent' of Democratic where other Democrats cannot Ga.. March 81.-In Jt should continue, we all admit that it takes capital fb
principles we hav lie has con "To my mind there IB no questionof'
develop the
spite of the demonstration-made many resources of our state therefore he
.. ducted the tariff tight from the Democratic sectionin this contest. It Is the.
standpoint with an ability whichwe question of the best man. Democratsall by the recently 4>organised Wilson would not advocate policies or laws purely for political

'have not seen demonstrated In over the country want the best I club here, there Is a very strong buncombe, that would drive capital away. Let them
years. Successful In business bas man, no matter where he Is from. It following for Underwood In- assist .
come ami. us. ,
proved himself equally successful In makes no difference whether he Is from Brooks county. This is Illustrated -

conducting the business .of the nation north Month,, east 'or west. It would by the statement of the Mi, Watson has always been a friend to West Florid

and In keeping 'at the sand time In be very gratifying If we could have a' Itev. W. R. Talley of Djlxle, who both in and out of the Legislature and has' endeav
aoeord with his party principles. president from thesouth, but tile first ,In town' yesterday and said
"I am a strong Underwood man because question to consider is the man. was : ored always to assist'them in their wants. West Fl r-
of voting population
that out a
It' S I regard Underwood as the "To my mind Mr. Underwood meets of In Dixie he 'knew of: ida will appreciates this and wil give him a large vote.
forty
,: strongest. and ablest Democrat. lie all ofthe qualifications better than
:: has been tried and tested and has been any other Democrat we could possiblyname only three Wilson men. The $
,. found fully capable.' We hare got to and I believe under his leader others were all supporting Un VOTE ORt WATSON, '
make the' tariff fight and asUnder- ship we -will attain Democratic vlctoty derwood. Mr: Talley who I. a
'1 wood has managed It so ably In the this year, which I do not believe we Confederate "Veteran and a man More publicity in State affairs and a
,. house he Is the man' of all others to can do '.If any other candidate Is of prominence In county ,affair,,
.%. 55 lead the party In thin contest. named."-.Atlautr (Ga.) Constitution. natdr: "As'to Mr. Underwood not Business Administration.
-.' being a southern man, the fact
that he Is now living In the
:. .; CANDIDACY OF HON. 0 W. UNDERWOOD south seems to be .uf lelent. Rep- .

resenting southern district in -.--.....
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he baa become the
congress
V PROJECTED ON HIGH AND HONORABLE BASIS 'leader of his party, and I think

:. \ ,lua record' shows. him to be a OSCAR W UNDERWOOD OF OUR
sufficient to- deal ,
of ability .
_ I man
CLEAN MAN ON A MANLY PLATFORP with,the real Issues of the campaign -
,. I adequately 'and squarely.They .
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:. 'A : I say we can't win. with a SISTER STATE OF ALABAMAACTUAL
.
j / southern man. We. have been
"
;. [Y'rOIlth.. Washington-.], i defeated with' a western man

,. s The 'Underwood movement Are received at the hands of hi*' party, as It Is se' and with a northern atari, and I
auch'assurances of support that forth by his manager, Senator Bank iini willing to take chances with ,
the distinguished southerner bus yielded head, faithfully embodies what all Vnouthern'man.. I often pick a LEADER OF THE NATIONAL DEMOCRACYBeing
to the wishes of his supporters for know of the candidate-it: Is, solidity winner, and In this ease I hare a"ouvlction
r a definite announcement for the presidential nomination at Underwood.."'Savannah!! A southern man fly however but '
of
"I wish the' people of the country one :Mr. Underwooc ', quailflcationi -
Air, Underwood, as Is well iGa. News.
Baltimore. ) Morning
'" to to know that :we expect to go in on for the presidency. He is a national figure-the only Democratic
known', was for*: long-time averse
the Idea'' of being taken up'for'discus. the strength of our candidate, his leader'wha.. eve led his party so safely by the 'political mountain
passes
his"well
high character, .tried" .
don .. ,a presidential possibility, and bU perfect saulty leadertthlp. aad fcepnblican pitfalls;.a man. of highp1l1'pose, rare ability,unquestioned
his Indorsement'br.the Ala' and poise Notes and Comments From the Pros. and rich
ven.after and ,his fidelity both to his frierdships ) Integrity experience) a master of the tariff question and as such
he depreciated the efforts Underwood lu .the duty,on
bama Democracy- removing the only candidate In the Democratic fold
land, also to-.tlie great and who by leading
friends to give.:fwldqr rom; the Democrats
become
of his sugar( Is certainly In a fair, way to
time honored victory in the next
principles of
the to : campaign can kill the
hence to his eligibility That he now the "candy kid" If he doesn't become Banquo's ghost of American
onsenta to stand for the honor 1m'piles Democratic party If we are urn the candy-date.-Gainesville Sun: politics; the great floor? leader from the south; the brilliant representative
able to save*
i '.that developments have dispelledthe I. mous and win unsigned through attacks; on anony.oth of out sister state of Alabama, In the halls of congress; the real AmUJic1aen

doubts that first assailed. him., er candidates then.we- do. not expect The tariff the teen ...I is oe." according in th Held of candidates-Oscar W Underwood, a.Democrat from Did l
} "The call upon Mr. Undtrwood/lMues or even Veer.'.to' win: Indeed to Governor Wilson. But there la -
from Influential quarters In 'all sec- under such circumstances we''wiolllnot' no Wilson tariff! There ban Under --- .. ---

.'_ dons a signal fact that. .dermtts fret time It In to'oJ deserve'to win. In all 'M in wood tariff. Why'Bay'morel) Atlanta We O"IPOt'l'IItmUMt not allow {h. I Arninglug his forces for the national

a. .... 'ffItr pe...n<<.A fears the tfeAWwr'the availability;: of a southern it will never be forgotten; that thereIs (Gn.> Constitution. hullabaloo of Irrelevant Issue. to ob.1 I campaign. Congressman -Underwood
..J1" man prompts no mental'reservation a certain comity: due between scure the grt.tt.main question on which continues to lay up stores of tariff ammunition
on the score of section. Rill status candidates of the same party and WhAt Is the matter.with Underwood the party Is ,to win the.fight In 1012the with a fine contempt for'the
'among the group of favorite sons is as that after the nomination we must Nothing so far''as' we know nothing tariff question. Underwood Is the. new thought cult In politics which'In
Moored as that of Champ Clark and be In position to fight" a common so -fur a. anybody knows, unless It be leader In the tariff revision' fight To sists that the 'Initiative the referendum
j' oodrow-Wilson both southern born, 'political enemy." .. hat Bryan does,not happen to Ilk him Underwood must the party look for and assorted recalls 81.the" burning
tat no leN esteemed< for all that.1Ks. A clean man on a manly platforv because he has. not been, able,, to boss leadership In .flgUt based on this vital Issues of the hour.-Provldence
Underwood's claim to grefertnce truly. '? :a. Um.-Charleston News and.Courier.i ,: subject Athens Banner. nal. awl-
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: WOOL NOT- HER' SPECIALTY InA I .

.: HOT ONE ,.
I J. ,
Woman Could Judo Accurately of
Barb' Silk, but All Negroes Looked .I t BALE PER ACRE"
r ,..'Ik. to Her. -

I ho colored" lawyer, retained."ton behalf 1 i a, a- : heard that often of recent 'and-
years
4i 'of, a colored dressmaker, /u.- ,

-\,charged with stealing her customers r. hear i it more often', each season.. from now

silk and substituting an inferior -, ., .

3 Ba s 3 quality, says the New York Mail, you making it? Can you make -it?
'
to throw doubt the
was trying,, upon
testimony a lady witness who had people are doing, it and 'we know' you can, -

Evetytli n p, oti.i said that she could fell the value of will. "'
.
i shave, silk accurately. little better seed-a. fever:' inches deeper .
: 2o.tihuvpoo "Do you think," said he, 'yon '
; 2sc. could:: recognize: the man of. color -a little more care lit cultivation, and-

I i :i i- 25c.We \ho brought you the bundle?" 800 pounds per' acre'of .

., "No," she answered, "I think all

S licit. our trgnage.vervl 'colored persons look: alike." Armour; Fertilizer i -

: "Oh; do you?" said the lawyer. .
w D. Pei "We .will see," and he called npon r
r e Propr.r "
several negroes present to rise. by the Inter-Cultural" Method.
''N madam tell the The Poet's Wife .
ow, please '
=rtn court"whether roii could distinguishthese read this :poem at a easy?--and. certainlyvery'profitable.

."' tion before
men'apart. ,
+ '"I don't B ee- any difference between -' Alas I It was the last right now that you will make it. '

lowiiu"viii. i I i-ml|nar-nf enng4pa>Sit iD t letter befojo npiworthnioney.-. them;. and,. .except that,some wrote. be sure your dealer gives you Armour

Wa V"u. v gt.tln $ iTd Foreign are a little darker than, others,, I The Editor-I see.- .. ,

PIA Sand cannot distinguish one. from another. dim or shoot him.

TRADE l/ tor etrro Ek I ." .*.>. II. WELLS .
TI 3 rtor eyeC? .. Agent '
,
,
ofpt rf u,sal cavort-O rra eeo.FR btu.y r{'IATI a grit. WI)6) you mean, thep, madam, that TIt MUTUERd D. ', "' '*.......... "
Ute l.i rt Jt gat .arr) .! ril advfoe.and Out you can Judge accurately of silk, You call use Uuck.cn .l l ?
Chipley
ek.ItgunatrmluMian. pa.s cure children of eezemiv ; a. .
and yet cannot differ- ,
you see any
chating. scaly and crlll : i
V'tt Ft aa Co.s ence between Mr:"Johnson: and myself well is their ncoidentul .

Patirnt wycru, ?" burn. bruises. ,etc.- with FERTILIZER WORKS
app, ;I.$ Pat Crtt .,, sshirgten,D.C. / pi heal ,
Nothing a an.
'She regards herself.-ag a ,Judge
ulcers old running or fever
of silk and, not of wool," interrupted bus no,eqital, 21)0.1.1'1 JACKSONVILLE; ,

0 the prosecuting attorney.- -Pbiladel- .
'I. phia Record, ESCAPED FROM !

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.HUMAN NATURE.: By a mad ; "
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... wife and daughter ofr Class Saw, Mill Machinery.'We

"t"o what do.you attribute the.qnfest -1 ..buyer of Mylor, ,
<:11'" of the;people r Just'escaped a horrible) carry at our new warehouse). 403
Coats tlttl*-ttk." 8lmnl.' fistm. i and 410 I+Kast Bay, St./.a large stock. mt
llgtifeMt running IT'S TAILOR fUt. En., 'To the fact, replied 'Mr, Dustin time ago, from bush Portable and Stationary Engines; L
mill lilted with wli/'\. .*. ..ont attaoh. '"that. ycomotlve
mane unit adjust> Improved carriage 3tax: they would rather pay. the district:; The Horizontal Return FilM
biking devlr. .lit on and a tiles acv.r.i1adn ., Honey to see moving'pictures than. alone when the :fire Hollers; Saw-Mills Planers, Edtftrs
In all itttl.,.>.),ori......Ootle.1"I and.. cotlonarr............ t'in and Saws,. Belting and Mill Supplies;ala* _
w.tnftnufMtUfW. ... .bln.1e a.eata. one of ,my libraries im- home, and before they engine and saw-mIll repairs. 'We also
wwood Bi.l*t n','"Ai cA r1o tou.du work Write W.n.
, .Snow. r. 'ove their.minda for nothing."' names' were licking handle the celebrated line of HOST
ITillny ft T..ylar rit 18oritl; Bal 75. Maca.", ... .... .. the house., The |L.ER.TAYLO.R. VANCE. AMRE
ICAN and DELOACH Saw Mill..
.... .c
--- --- .--------- : fire and the ,
prntnptlr blioltl..tr.+ a d'dead Jbrelgn John VV. SicKelBmlU: Greensboro.. Pa., caught ERIE LEFFEt, TAYLOR and
r- baa three children/anti like most children up some clothing ran Engines and Boilers PERKINS Shingle Mill Machinery. Spar
,for
they frequently take cod. "We have tried Turpentine Plants.
where they found a
carried for immediate Shipment. Get our prices betore buying.,
several kind of cough medicine he
; says with fear. A will '
Traveler.
paralyzed money. postal bring. our
but h eve Dt'ver'tnund any yet that did them covering .
bareback the mother your special requirements. r
aa much good an Chamberlain'Covgb Rem,
model,tama.ct 11 oto cd/Ltl LtiUf log cd,." For sale by All l>ealer the daughter behind. Mo'sby JVlocHli-ier'y.Co.
free report m j.tentttUltty.i tor free book <
UowtoeecuraT ( ..... animal with their E. dray St. Jacksonville' Florid.*.
Patent* 1 I
RECALLS BRITISH DISASTER. loped towards the Long DlBtanc Telephone No. 874.

r Jumped from the

A scheme is on 'foot id erect an ter, and stood neck :R'MACHINBRY'CO.

obelisk, at Isandhlwana, South Africa frequent plunges till 431 E.. Bay Street" ,-

Opposite Us.; Patent OfficeWASIltdGTON ] to the- 21' officers and 690 non- JACKSONVILU F1, LORIDA.
] D. C.Woofs S commissioned officers and men of If you have trouble In State"A
w > the Twenty-fourth regiment who cold you may know that in.: -' Largest stock of Machinery! :
log It properly. There
in Florida for sawmills' 'aM
fell there and in defense of forke'sDrift cold thoul'l bung on for w

; on January. and 23, 1879, not If you take : planing mills.EARQUHAR. .
Seeds, jn the Zulu war. Lord Chelmsford edy. For dale by All MACIIINER7-

invaded Zululand against Cetewayoon has been built for 57 years?
1912.Our
F : 1879 On WEDDED DESPITE :
January, ,January
'
..-.-' more built today than any oth
22, "&' British force encamped neat
Newj ll acr>tive
Catalog A marriage was er. Let.us tell you why.,
lie and tells all Isandhlwana was surprised by near-
is fully up-to: > ,
in
other day Send for catalog and price.
,
about the teat ly ID.OOO Zulus and overwhelmed J
testifies to the
806 Europeans, more than half be- powers ,
Caenand of both bride and
'. ... ... .. longing to the Twenty-fourth regiment EMMETT WILSON.
Poles
couple who. are'
Tarn Seeds. ,- were killed Next day a garrison '
(In Polish 'church
-* and of about 80 men'of the.-Twen a_ ',..
Every1 former gardener Rorke's the altar with the .
should KaveT copy(: of-this catalog ty-fourth regimentat Drift, their bodies swathed ,
which Ka>'' long bun recog-' ten miles from Isandhlwana,- was at cause of burns ;
nized as standard authority 'tacked. time after, time by 4,000 "
to for
they were start
for the full and correct information Zulus, who were driven back with &
the bride's veil caught %
which .
We r.are....itfgives.headquarters for the bayonet, leaving 350 dead. open grate, igniting l

and that of the :: __
Grass aitt Clover Seeds Seed. ROCK DEMOLISHED CHURCH. burned.
Potatoes;Seed Oats; Cow; Peas was seriously
Bean and 11 Farm Seeds. was the'women the man
Sofa] & As the cure saying mass in Injured The'
the Church of Lea in the
Wood's DtiiidHlve Catalog mailed Cabannes delayed, while the y R.ft.
free on: gaiw t. 'Write for it. department. of ..Ariege, southern tended to,by a" -
':re"h France, the other, day, a rock overhanging :-
T..W 'weoD O SONS.' the building, and known party then the proceeded )

L MilRichmond; ; V u as the,Eocher de la Vierge, fell without .leaving writhing in pain.SERIOUS.
and
warning, crashed throughthe
--- -- roof, causing the walls to col- .

1110r lapse. The priest was killed at the -
moment of the Elevation of the 'No".1, suppose

''G t Liver Host, and the chorister who was assisting spise me."

had 'a leg broken, besidessustaining "Why"

] emcdy.e. other injuries. After t'He'asked me for

the rock fell a hot'sulphur'spring issued der a. misapprehension

'with considerable, force from the kind that was f
the ground and the: gradual action stead of the. kind ,he A .e4

of-the water behind the rock is 'supposed -
'
to have been the cause of the' Do )ou know that Of all u
menu colds are by far the :
accident.
It Is not the eold itself that
but thaaejrlou diseased fit

GLOIUOUJ NEWtS to. Most of these are.
come from Dr. J. T. CurtlM, wign .Xa sea. Pneumonia, and TI
lie wr.tee..1 not only cured bad eases among them. Why not
of eczema In my patients with ,Klegtrlo Cough Remedy sad cure
Bitter, but alto cured my aelfby'; tnem of you can t For sale by All.
SALIr AT the same dlaeaae. I feel lure they will
benefit any ease ot eczema.." Tb la' shows
City _rug Store, what thousands havtproved. that, Electrto HUGH A:
Bitters lls a most effective blood purifier, Candidate for
It. an excellent remedy for eczema,. tetter. Congress. ,
salt rheum, ulcers, toll anu running aore. .. '
and ,
Crown Bridge : -
.sThvercl It stimulates liver, kidneys and bowel;
many a slsp -'twixf 'dlgnatidn, build ALL. WORK Gt1AR
expel poisons, helps up advertising in The Banner.City' .
the 8aq ej and lip'T the etre (tD. Pride 6a"'cl*:. 8ati..f.otlon HivOfflce over. CUlpley. :; your








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Louisana and a large portion of
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f .
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A. Blue, of Macom, was,'. in under two counties water as in results Arkansas of breaksin are Attorney L. D.1 McRae, attended MOST .

town Saturday. the political meeting and barbecue : .
leves along the Mississippi : ANY" ,
Dock Reddick was up. 'from river. Numerous small townsare ,at Milton Saturday. He ?:, "

Southport, Monday. ? ,/> already wiped out and vast says a good time was had.J. ;" .'
I streches; of valley lands are .
State Supt' W. M, Hollaway, covered by from six to twenty M. Simmons of Greenhead, BANK.. :: -, :

was here. Thursday feet of water. The whole of the county registration officer spent I ,H.". J.,1>-,:'

A. Sessoms vas over from lower Mississipp. Valley is now Saturday night here the guest of .-7; .: '.
Bonifay and spent Friday. facing the most disastrous flood Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Tiller. fashiwhen i "
in history. Can handle your business after a :
W. L. Sessoms was over from The regular quarterly sing of "*, .. "..

: Bonifay' and spent Monday: Greatest JWarine'Disaster In History. Cboctawhatchie Singing. Society times are. good. and money easy. When,'}i.es.

Lee Wells and John Farrior. The Titanic, of the White Star will be held the first Sunday in '"...L.
spent Friday down the,B. C. May are'bard and tight you feellCthe.need } ,
line and one of the world's largest at Holmes Creek Baptist money. ,. '
R.:F. Scarlett and wife are the tram-Atlantic floating pal church. All are cordially invited :
proud parents of a fine baby girl. aces struck an iceburg in midmorning to come and bring well filled of..a business cohnectton with..a'. I,'Ii
ocean,.Sonday and justin
J.'H. Porter was up from Ver-.' a few hours had sunk to the baskets. Dinner on the grounds. and Reliable Bank .
non,and spent Monday night here bottom of thesea.. Tax Collector, W. B. Gainer, Big Strong ;,
.. ,.
A. M. Harperwife and little By wireless from the-Olympic, who is candidate for Clerk of-the ;j* '
which vessel had hurried to the. Do your banking business and make your.tcredit,
daughter, spent Sunday at South- Circuit Court'circulated among ,
of the Titanic there-,
Assistance
,/port.ry .. t that 675 friends here a few days last Bank fn- : :
: port was received! pas- good with the strongest .::< .k /
::? Geo.: Myers and wife were up sengers had been rescued, and week. Mr.'Gainer is a competent ,. ., -*
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i'\from the still and spent Sunday something like 1500 to 1800 had man'.for any position, and ,. Washington County. \";, ,
.?: here. |I perished with the vessel when it should the people .elect him he .\ib',

*.'(' I went down, before the arrival of will make them ,good officer "
E. N. Everitt, Sr. and "Jr nd-; the Olympic. I a .r .,
..r:w'. '. son A. M. Everitt, were in town : 'The Titanic was a ten million and he is thoroughly familiar B'iikof

.j,'. ...c/f,.- Friday. dollar ship and ,was "maldng its with county affairs.: The. First National .

: T H. Chalkley, of Mobile was maiden voyage. '. .. .
Beacham
"- .. B. Jr., and Paul G.
,, '. v one of the business visitors here Bige'rs Chipley. ,
spent Tuesday afternoonand
Mrs. W. A.'Bryan returned a
Friday.
;..; "r.; '.., few days ago from Live Oak, night here. They have been
'::/,-. ,";! r',:._! Sheriff Allen and daughter, where she bad visited he som, campaigning in West Florida for

-;'. \: y",' j.?..l. Miss Maggie, went to Panama Chipley'Bryan, for ten days. several days in the interest of .......................................'..,...........".'1.......
I. City Sunday. ,
: ; C. S. Mountien, of Awhford, lIon. Braxton Beacham of Orlando -
.
... J. J. Williams transacted; business Ala., was mingling among friends who is a candidate for Congress -
.:I ,.:f at Pensacola and Lynn Ha- here Friday evening and Satur- from the' State at large. .j. S. GRINER
'v last week. day, and. looking after business '
) .ven. *
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: They were well received and did I
':- .. A. F. Rooks, candidate 'for matters. effective 'State n
., some work for''Mr, People's 'Candidate for
-- '. :. ':' :.member of the school board, was T,. B. P. Gainer 'of Southport, Beacham, who will be through ,,
A-.
,. ..: ..in town Monday. spent Friday night here; goingout ," ... ,>.' .
> ,,1.,;' + to Vernon, Saturday morningto this,part'of the state himself in a : :;... TreasurerSubject
,'w" W. H. Faulk from
:
: was up few days. .
attend the meeting of the executiVe .
.. Clarksville and'spent or '.. .
a day \
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.. committee.i .
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two here last week. See Dunn Cole men- Co. for .'
,
':" :'. W. and '
? .;' Benj. Pipkin was over from his Henry Jqhnson family fishing Tackle. I' to the decision of the primary, respectfully soli
., and Davis Gardner, of Panama
<: '::y .; farm south of Bonifay, and spent; City, soent Thursday here coming The B. C.. Railroad, ran tie:Bifppof? of the voters Qf the State., He is.J\ native of Flori

S;.':.,. ,. the day here
--:--.>1 .,:,: J. Wr Tharp candidate for Miss' Marie Gardner:, Sunday. Never asked for office until a few years ago, when he was, elec

+ t county commissioner from this J. Stewart Lewis, of Tallahassee Cbinamel, the furniture Stain., Treasurer of Bradford County. In this office he bas saved hi '

yR. district, was in town'Monday.D. candidate for Adjunt Gen- JCyamze at Dunn Cole man:,Co. dreds of dollars to the people of his county by'refusing,to char

A. McMillan of Millville, eral, was in town Thursday. Mr. We are toM that wedding' bells commissions on a certain class of disbursements. He was onef

.0 candidate for Sheriff, was circulating Lewis has the hearty endorse-' will ring ont south Sixth streetere the first men in the State to. agitate a reduction in the feescounty !
friends here Monday ment of his home people.L. -
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among
the oasSincr of many moons.. treasurers and is therefore entitled to of the
.,.;: -- ----- part crecj
.:u,%, H. Howell-of Panama City, Tackle the fish with fishing for the law passed by the last ]legislature which will result i ir
: ": ." T. J. Watts and wife are at leading condidade for Represen tackle bought of Dunn Coleman saving of thousands of dollars to the taxpayers of the State.
St. Andrews where-Mr. Watts islooking tative, was here a day or two last Co. '
will faithfully dischrrge the duties of the office it elected
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; after his telephone interest week. Mr. Howell feel very

.,.' ., confident of his election, Mrs. T. A. Dekle' of Campbel-
< ton visited her mother. Mrs. L.
:--r-- '1 E: M. Newman of Bay head, Dr. J. Ambus Wells,'who has O. Shivers here Several days Well We Are Her<
...$;.';,' came up and went to Vernon to been a medical.student at Atlanta this and last week. ,
";';?, : attend the executive committee for the past year, returned 1
'''I -, ,. '" meeting* home Saturday. He was given a Dunn Coleman Co. 'are pre- With The Goods! .
': .warm welcome by his numerous pared to sell ypu all kinds of
Wyatt Parish of Ebro, passsd friends.W. Hardware, See them The Best of Fresh Meats. '
through Chipley Monday enroute I What? .
', to DeFuniak, where/ he is attending B. Gainer, befog familiar WANTED want to buy or Beef, Pork, Sausage, etc. -.f }3)c. 1
school. trade for good bicycle. For further
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with the affairs of the
." .fi '" render the board ot county county com-can particulars apply at Dysons Everything up-to-date and neat and clean.
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'j ':. All sizes of Glass at Dun Coleman missioners much valuable serviceit Cording House.

..y '.,- .- 'A Co.Circuit. you pee fit to elect. him clerk. The greatest line of Stoves and Prompt service. Phone 125.,

/.A,' Court only, lasted two Vote for him. 2t Ranges and farming tools in SKINNER & SHARRON

y '. days last week. West FJa. See Them., Dunn.
r : Milk Cows tot Sale. Coleman ,Next to Banner Office.
: Dunn Coleman Co. have the Four fresh young cows and
: ; finest line of Sceren Doors and calves; also some dry cattle for .
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r: <. Windows.ever brought to Chip- sale at a

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I Delegate Delegate we want to shoj ou


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The Greatest- Line of Screen Doors and Windows


._ TIw- 1 I Ever llhown Here., Fine Front Doors, Sash and ;_


: Sash "Weigilts. Kitchen Sinks Galvanize Pipe'and

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I-- : t TACKLE THATS
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I The Best Line of' Fishing Tackle _Shown inChiplcy '


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I We Are' Looking Por You.


J. F. C. GRIGGS
'FRANK L. IA YES ,
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Editor PIMNCOIA Journal. will abide by the result of a n 1Y/ ;

,Believer in a Progressive, Mil- the Florida, Presidentiarprlmary Fla'A.

itant. Democracy-the fighting but he favors Wodrow Wilson G. McQUAOOE. General Manager
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